WRESTLERS will battle it out in the ring to raise funds for a charity that has helped a Brierley Hill couple to cope with their daughter's epilepsy.

Chris and Nikki Shaw endured many sleepless nights after their daughter, Ava, was diagnosed with the condition.

The three-year-old has been known to stop breathing during seizures, which led to her worried mum sleeping on the floor next to her cot, "in case anything happened".

But that all changed when The Daisy Garland charity provided the couple, of Goldthorne Walk, with a monitor which warns them when Ava has seizures during the night.

"It goes under her mattress and detects movement," Nikki explained.

"If she has a seizure, an alarm goes off to alert us straight away so we can deal with it.

"The monitors cost around £400 and they provide them free of charge for hundreds of families. It means I don't have to sleep on the floor anymore and the reassurance it has given us is priceless."

Nikki said she was determined to give something back to the charity and during a chat with her next-door neighbour, Alex Talbot, they came up with the idea for a wrestling show.

The show will be held at the Royal British Legion in Ruiton Street, Lower Gornal, on Friday, November 10.

Alex, who is a professional wrestler, was able to secure some top names for the event, including Adam Webb, otherwise known as Clint Margera, who recently competed in the infamous Tournament of Death in the US.

"It's going to be a great, family-friendly show," he said.

"All of the guys performing are at the top of their game and are doing this free of charge.

"Chris and Nikki will also be sharing their story and explaining more about the charity and what they have gone through with Ava before it starts.

"We just want to raise as much money and awareness as possible."

Doors open at 6.30pm and tickets cost £10 for adults and £6 for children.

A family ticket is also available for £25.

To book, call 07874141170.