GIRLS OUT FOR A BOUT: The two top female wrestlers from Queensland and New South Wales, Storm and Madison Eagles, will battle it out at Bundamba.
GIRLS OUT FOR A BOUT: The two top female wrestlers from Queensland and New South Wales, Storm and Madison Eagles, will battle it out at Bundamba. Rob Williams

Girls face off in State of Origin battle

The two top female wrestlers from Queensland and New South Wales, Storm and Madison Eagles, will battle it out at Bundamba. Photo: JustJuliePhotography
The two top female wrestlers from Queensland and New South Wales, Storm and Madison Eagles, will battle it out at Bundamba. Photo: JustJuliePhotography Contributed

IT'S the blockbuster clash everyone in Ipswich is talking about: Queensland versus New South Wales.

And both rivals are charged up and ready to fight hard.

This month Bundamba State Secondary College will again be transformed into a wrestling arena as stars from each state grapple in the ring.

Queensland's top female wrestler, Storm, will battle New South Wales' Madison Eagles for the Pacific Women's Championship.

The marquee fight is a rematch from when the two faced off this year in March, with Eagles claiming the belt.

The two wrestlers are ranked among the best in the world.

The Pacific Pro Wrestling event will also feature a number of bouts on the undercard, including a battle for the light heavyweight title between champion Joel Bateman and his rival, The Masked Mystery.

Ipswich fighter Lucas Gold will also be wrestling.

Tickets for the event on July 13 are $20 each for adults, with kids at half price. Doors open at 6pm with the show starting at 7pm.

Canteen proceeds will go to funding the Bundamba State Secondary College's trip to NASA's Houston Space Centre.



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