They may be of the fairer sex, but these women would be a match for most men in the ring. The women - who include a model and university undergraduate - are part of a new all-female fighting craze, where they are paid to floor each other with wrestling moves, including hair pulling and slapping. A mix of all-female wrestling and cat fighting, all the fights are genuine sporting contests, according to promoters. Deborah Windley, from Nottingham, is one of the 19 girls currently fighting in the Wildcatz competitions. The petite five-foot three-inch year-old wants to be a social worker and currently juggles being a single mum to three-year-old daughter, Mia-Leigh, with working as a bar maid and studying health and social care at college.