WRESTLING legend Triple H will be fighting in Minehead this weekend - but tickets are only available for those staying on Butlin's.

The 48-year-old superstar, who has taken on a management role within WWE and rarely wrestles these days, took to Twitter to announce he will be returning to the ring for a series of bouts during the WWE's upcoming UK tour.

Triple H was one of the key figures of WWE's incredibly popular 'attitude era' in the late 1990's and early 2000's which saw WWE's brand of 'sports entertainment' gain mainstream attention.

Alongside The Rock, The Undertaker and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, Triple H was one of the top stars and with his 'Pedigree' finishing move, is one of the most iconic wrestlers who is still active.

Also putting in high-octane performances in Minehead on Saturday night will be The Shield featuring Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, as well as the extraordinarily talented homegrown talent 20-year-old Tyler Bate who is taking the wrestling world by storm.

However, there are no tickets set aside for local residents. This means the cheapest available tickets are £119 and include accommodation on Butlins.

Somerset County Gazette:

A spokesman for Butlin's confirmed: "These are weekend breaks where you book to stay on resort for the weekend and have access to all the shows and entertainment. It’s the same for similar breaks at Bognor Regis and Skegness."

Butlins give back to the town in other ways, playing an integral part in the town's economy, helping fund events and donating to good causes, and will be putting on the fireworks display this Sunday at 6.30pm.

However this year - due to the wrestling - the resort will be at full capacity there will be no parking or access to the resort for residents.

Earlier this year the resort said it would no longer be opening its cinema to local residents.

Residents had been able to sign in at the gate and use the ABC Cinema on site for many years but the leisure firm said it was clamping down in wake of recent terror attacks.

A Butlin’s spokesman said the new policy “brings the cinema in line with all our other facilities, while also ensuring we know exactly who is on our resort at all times – something which is becoming increasingly important in current times.”

West Somerset Labour Party says it has been in discussion with Butlin's Minehead resort director Julian Highfield about the possibility of getting ID cards for local residents.