The first time Rock N Wrestle rolled into Inverness in October 2013, there was more than your fair share of chaos, lycra (well a bit) and of course more than a few laughs. Even if we did see Toby Michaels being pummeled by Jack Jester. (see full review)

POn March the 21st, 2014, there might be the opportunity for revenge as Toby Michaels takes to the corner of Davey Blaze as we see a rematch of his fight with Jack Jester. Will we see Toby get another battering, or maybe just maybe revenge will be sweet.

Other returning Premier British Wrestling stars Grado and PBW Heavyweight champion Liam Thomson will be former WWE wrester Joe Legend and TNA British Bootcamp star Marty Scrull

Recently added to the bill are former TNA stars Jay Lethal and Sonjay Dutt. Currently a Ring Of Honor wrestler, Jay Lethal has an incredible career under his belt. The American professional wrestler was six-time Division X Champion in TNA and was a Tag Team World Champion. Sonjay Dutt, another Total Nonstop Action wrestler, has also archived times with Combat Zone Wrestling and Major League Wrestling. The pair are described as “Two of the most explosive wrestlers on the planet and not to be missed!”.

Music for the night will come from the ever faithful Toby Michaels Rolling Damned. Their style of “proper rock” will certainly compliment the action of the night. Formed in 2012, the band fronted by the surprisingly named, Toby Michaels, have tallied up numerous gigs around the biggest cities in Scotland and festival appearances such as Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, RockNess, Bfest and Jocktoberfest on the Black Isle.

Tickets go on sale Friday December 6th at 10 am from Ironworks 0871 7894 173 – A perfect Christmas present for the family!

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