Newbridge Wrestling School, formerly known as the Rosemary Davies School of Wrestling, is a wrestling and boxing gym in the South Wales valley town of Newbridge, Caerphilly. It is most famously known as the birthplace of the Tag Team BROS.
Between 1970 to 2005, the wrestling sessions were originally run by Rosemary Davies, a Christian woman who did a lot of charity work in the area. She wanted a place for people to come together and started out, with the help of her son Daniel, putting together a wrestling camp in Newbridge.
It is a small business now run by Grayson Stonelake, a former coal miner who recieved a large payout following a works accident. The actual gym is council run and also serves as a multi-purpose boxing gym.
In January 2012, the gym has been invested in by former Celtic Wrestling promoter Kevin Spector as a new base for nurturing talent.