THEY'VE been training for months and now they're ready to put on their "Olympic tights and wrestling undies" to show the Sunshine Coast their grunt.
Queensland Championship Wrestling will host the inaugural "brawl" at the Nambour PCYC on Saturday.
It is the stuff that entertains television audiences worldwide and at last the action will be available live, featuring our own home-grown talent.
Trainer and contender Jamie Totorewa - aka Jimmy Sparx or the "The Aussie-hating-Kiwi" - has been getting his crew ready for action.
Joining him in the ring and bringing a bit of culture to the sport will be Noosa artist Ricky Davy, better known as "Ricky Rembrandt".
Ricky has a taste for "fine art, fine food and classical music" - as well as a love for wrestling.
What Ricky lacks in size (he weighs 65kg) he will make up for in arrogance.
He also has a killer "Reverse Russian Leg Sweep".
Totorewa said two women would also be part of the "16-man Royal Rumble type event" where the "last man standing is the winner".
He promised there would be "no acting", all the punches, grips and falls would be genuine, painful stuff.
The rules are simple: "no gouging eyes, no hair-pulling, no biting and you're not allowed to hit opponents with chairs".
It will be an event the whole family can enjoy.
Tickets are available from the PCYC or online at queenslandchampionshipwrestling.com.