IT'S no holds barred in Inverkeithing as kids get to grips with new wrestling classes.

The sessions are on every Sunday and teach basic holds, techniques used in the ring and fundamentals of the sport, as well as giving youngsters the chance to get fit, build confidence and have some fun.

They're being offered by the World Wide Wrestling League (W3L), a touring group who brought live American-style wrestling to the Carnegie Leisure Centre earlier this month.

Promoter Mike Musgrave said: "The kids are big wrestling fans and loving learning some basic wrestling skills.

"There are still a few spaces left in each class."

The W3L Kid Wrestling Experience is for eight- to 11-year-olds and junior classes cater for the 12- to 15-year-old age group.

Places are limited to 10 spots in each age group and you can book at or email to find out more.

Mike said the Father's Day event in Dunfermline was another successful show for the W3L, with around 200 fans enjoying the rough and tumble in the ring.

The Seven Deadly Sins tournament saw seven wrestlers compete in over the top rope, pin fall and submission contests, with the last man standing taking the prize.

He said: "We’ve been visiting Carnegie Leisure Centre since 2006 and always looking to improve our set-up.

"This was the first visit with our new lighting system, which helps transform the sports hall into a wrestling arena and improves the experience for the fans.

"We’re delighted at all the positive feedback from the event and look forward to returning soon."