Tayside's biggest wrestling event is set to go-ahead this summer, despite its organisers still grappling with Dundee council licensing chiefs.
Paramedics may now be required at all WWE-style wrestling events in Dundee after licensing chiefs said past shows raised safety concerns.
‘I’m ready to throw the towel in’ — Dundee wrestling promoter in grapple with council over licensing rules
A Dundee promoter credited with bringing some of the biggest names in world wrestling to Tayside is in the midst of a grapple with the city council over licensing rules.
The busy Highland games season kicked off in Blackford with an action-packed programme of contests and music.
The son of former Dundee world champion wrestler George Kidd has revealed that he did not want his father to go through with his final bout at the city’s Caird Hall in March 1976.
Fans who stayed up to watch WrestleMania 34 may have got more than they bargained for when Dot Cotton appeared to turn up at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in Louisiana.
Home-grown American-style wrestling hits the Kingdom next week.
Newly-signed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stars faced off against homegrown talent for the Hell for Lycra XIV event at Dundee’s Caird Hall on Saturday.
Some of the UK’s top wrestling talent thrilled Tayside grapple fans at Dundee’s Caird Hall on Saturday.
She was the woman who gave one of the world’s most famous wrestlers his iconic nickname - over a cup of tea.