ICW 2017 Year in Review

When you speak about 2017 for Scottish wrestling, the one promotion that immediately springs to mind is Insane Championship Wrestling. From their countless shows all over the UK to their unforgettable moments, it’s been a rollercoaster year for ICW. Let’s take a look back at the past 12 months!

At the first show of the year, ICW headed to The Garage on Glasgow on January 15th for some Fight Club tapings. Kasey was victorious in a Fatal Four Way Match to determine a #1 contender to the Women’s Championship as she defeated Debbie Sharpe, Sammii Jayne and Martina, while Lewis Girvan and Andy Wild battled to a draw in the finals of a tournament, leaving no #1 contender for the Zero-G Championship. In the main event, Stevie Boy picked up the victory over former New Age Kliq partner Chris Renfrew.

ICW’s first big show of the year came on February 5th at Newcastle’s O2 Academy, as they presented The 6th Annual Square Go! The Marauders finally captured the ICW Tag Team Championships as they defeated Polo Promotions, Lewis Girvan was victorious over Andy Wild in a rematch to become the new #1 contender to Kenny Williams’ Zero-G Championship who then retained the title over international wrestling sensation Ricochet, Kay Lee Ray remained the Women’s Champion with a win over Kasey and Trent Seven picked up the World Heavyweight Championship from Wolfgang. In the main event, “The Iron Man” Joe Coffey outlasted 29 other competitors by last eliminating Wolfgang to win the 2017 Square Go! Match. Surprise entrants included Martin Kirby, Rampage Brown, Johnny Moss and both members of The New Nation.

After a Fight Club taping that saw the reunited Bucky Boys pick up the win over The New Age Kliq in a Street Fight and Trent Seven and Kenny Williams retain their titles over Jimmy Havoc and Lewis Girvan respectively, ICW went on tour all around the UK. The tour featured several new and returning faces to ICW, including Nixon Newell, Lana Austin, Josh Bodom, Jordan Devlin, Liam Slater and “The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne. The tour also saw Kenny Williams’ Zero-G Open Challenge begin, with names such as Zack Gibson, Martin Kirby, Flash Morgan Webster and Andy Wild all challenging for the title.

After another Fight Club taping on April 15th featuring the debut of former ROH tag team War Machine, ICW headed to the Barrowlands Ballroom for Barramania III. BT Gunn came so close to capturing the Zero-G Championship from Kenny Williams in a 7 Man Scramble Match, Mikey Whiplash made his return as he kidnapped Chris Renfrew and Drew Galloway was victorious in his last ICW match before heading to NXT as he picked up the win over Jack Jester in Scotland’s first ever Barbed Wire Ropes Match. The biggest shock of the night came when Red Lightning made his return to ICW, with his first two clients being revealed as the new World Heavyweight Champion Joe Coffey and Grado.

Following a Fight Club taping on April 30th that featured matches such as Tyler Bate vs BT Gunn, Jordan Devlin vs Stevie Boy and Joe Coffey vs Pete Dunne, ICW were again back on tour with shows in Leicester, Cardiff and London. Throughout the tour, Joe Coffey made successful defences of his World Heavyweight Championship against Jack Jester and Dave Mastiff, Kenny Williams remained Zero-G Champion with wins over Kay Lee Ray, Zack Gibson and Sha Samuels and The Marauders held on to their Tag Team Championships as they defended against Modern Culture and the debuting Hunter Brothers.

Before the huge Shug’s Hoose Party 4 weekender, there were another four tapings for Fight Club. These tapings were home to some historic moments, such as the ICW debuts of Cav and former NXT star Bull James, Zack Gibson finally winning the Zero-G Championship from Kenny Williams in a Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight and of course Liam Thomson losing his house and sink to Wolfgang. It was also around this time that WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash was announced as the Fear & Loathing X commissioner and current 205 Live star and inaugural ICW Zero-G Champion Noam Dar was announced to make his return for one night only. The most shocking news was that the WWE United Kingdom Championship would be defended on night 1 of Shug’s Hoose Party 4. BT Gunn defeated Davey Blaze, Kenny Williams and the debuting Gabriel Kidd to earn the right to face Wolfgang with the winner of that match advancing forward to challenge Pete Dunne. But of course, it wasn’t as simple as that. Gunn and Wolfgang went to a draw, prompting Mark Dallas to place both of them in the title match alongside the returning Trent Seven for a colossal Fatal Four Way Match.

So then, July 29th and 30th were two huge nights for ICW. Firstly on night 1, Jimmy Havoc returned to challenge Mikey Whiplash, Stevie Boy and Chris Renfrew to a King of Insanity Deathmatch, Kasey finally became the Women’s Champion as she defeated Kay Lee Ray in a record 42 seconds, the fans turned on Joe Hendry in his Unsanctioned Match in favour of Lionheart, Kenny Williams regained the Zero-G Championship from Zack Gibson in a Ladder Match, Pete Dunne retained his WWE United Kingdom Championship in a phenomenal Fatal Four Way Match over BT Gunn, Wolfgang and his fellow British Strong Style ally Trent Seven and in the main event, The Pinky Party’s Sha Samuels and Noam Dar were victorious over Joe Coffey and Red Lightning’s newest client Bram. Night 2 saw BT Gunn take the Zero-G Championship away from Kenny Williams to become ICW’s first ever Triple Crown Champion, Sha Samuels defeated Grado which forced him to leave ICW, Bram interrupted the scheme wedding of Ravie Davie and Martina, Polo Promotions had help from Kenny Williams and Simon Cassidy, among others, to defeat all three members of The Marauders to ensure they wouldn’t be forced to split up and Joe Coffey retained the World Heavyweight Championship over Jack Jester in a Steel Cage Match with help from Red Lightning and Bram. The weekender also saw the announcements that former WWE stars Rey Mysterio and Rob Van Dam would be competing at Fear & Loathing X. Certainly a newsworthy weekend for Scottish wrestling.

The next few sets of Fight Club tapings paved the way for Fear & Loathing. Jack Jester and Sha Samuels officially united as The Kinky Party, Joseph Conners and Chris Brookes made their long-awaited ICW debuts (unfortunately Kid Lykos was injured and couldn’t make it alongside Brookes), Michael Dante returned to join Legion while The Kings of Catch joined The Filthy Generation, Johnny Moss had his last ICW match before retiring, current NXT star Kassius Ohno and current Impact star Moose both unsuccessfully challenged Joe Coffey for his World Heavyweight Championship on separate occasions, Joe Hendry unveiled Leyton Buzzard as his new intern and Kay Lee Ray regained the Women’s Championship from Kasey with help from The Filthy Generation.

Before The Hydro, ICW went on tour once again as they hosted the 2017 instalment of the Road to Fear & Loathing Tour. The tour featured the ICW debut of WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament competitor James Drake and saw surprise appearances from current UK Champion Pete Dunne and WWE legend Triple H. The night before Fear & Loathing X saw ICW make their way to The Garage in Glasgow for France ’98. The show saw El Ligero make his return after a number of years away, ICW Hall of Famer Carmel Jacob making her return to announce herself as the Ringside Enforcer for the Women’s Championship Steel Cage Match, DCT winning the very first Carlos Valderrama Invitational Battle Royal, Ravie Davie earning his spot at The Hydro with a victory over Bram and a surprise appearance from Rob Van Dam as he teamed with BT Gunn, Chris Renfrew and Lionheart to defeat Joe Coffey, Bram, Zack Gibson and Mikey Whiplash in a surprise main event.

The next night, it was Fear & Loathing X from The Hydro. With Kevin Nash as the special guest commissioner, he put everyone on notice that he would have no problem getting involved if anyone went out of their way. “The King of All Evil” Bram picked up the win in a Ladder Match to earn a shot at the Undisputed Championship with help from Session Moth Martina who turned on Ravie Davie, Polo Promotions became three-time Tag Team Champions as they defeated The Marauders before Kevin Nash saved them from a post-match beatdown at the hands of Iestyn Rees, “The Bollocks” Kenny Williams picked up a huge pinfall over Rey Mysterio, Stevie Boy came out on top in the first ever King of Insanity Deathmatch, Kasey regained the Women’s Championship from Kay Lee Ray inside the demonic steel cage, Lionheart pinned both Zack Gibson and Rob Van Dam in an Elimination Match, The Kinky Party defeated The Kings of Catch in The Dirtiest Match in Wrestling History and in the main event, BT Gunn defeated Joe Coffey to become ICW’s inaugural Undisputed Champion with help from two other BT Gunn’s.

With one show left in the year, ICW returned to The Garage for some Fight Club tapings. On the show, The Purge became the #1 contenders to the ICW Tag Team Championships with a win in a Fatal Four Way Match, “The King of Insanity” Stevie Boy defeated ECW legend Sabu, Andy Wild made his return in a loss to WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament competitor Wolfgang and BT Gunn went to a no contest with Lionheart, retaining his Undisputed Championship in the process. Red Lightning announced at the end of the show that he would be making his in-ring at the next set of Fight Club tapings on January 21st.

A monumental year for ICW. Who knows what could possibly happen as we head towards the first show of 2018!


All Title Changes

ICW World Heavyweight Championship
Wolfgang – July 31st 2016 to February 5th 2017
Trent Seven – February 5th 2017 to April 16th 2017
Joe Coffey – April 16th 2017 to November 19th 2017
BT Gunn – November 19th 2017 to Present

ICW Zero-G Championship
Kenny Williams – November 20th 2016 to June 18th 2017
Zack Gibson – June 18th 2017 to July 29th 2017
Kenny Williams – July 29th 2017 to July 30th 2017
BT Gunn – July 30th 2017 to Present

ICW Tag Team Championships
Polo Promotions (Jackie Polo & Mark Coffey) – September 11th 2016 to February 5th 2017
The Marauders (Mike Bird & Wild Boar) – February 5th 2017 to November 19th 2017
Polo Promotions (Jackie Polo & Mark Coffey) – November 19th 2017 to Present

ICW Women’s Championship
Kay Lee Ray – November 20th 2016 to July 29th 2017
Kasey – July 29th 2017 to October 1st 2017
Kay Lee Ray – October 1st 2017 to November 19th 2017
Kasey – November 19th 2017 to Present


Win/Loss Records
“The Author of The Echo Bible” Aaron Echo – 0 wins, 12 losses
“The Class Apart” Alexander Henry – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Unstoppable” Andy Wild – 0 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw
“The Lancashire Terrier” April Davids – 0 wins, 1 loss
Ashton Smith – 3 wins, 1 loss
“The King of Catch” Aspen Faith – 6 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
Austin Osiris – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Original Badman” Beano – 0 wins, 2 losses
Big Grizzly – 0 wins, 3 losses
Bonesaw – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The King of All Evil” Bram – 3 wins, 6 losses, 1 draw
Brendan White – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Oddity” BT Gunn – 15 wins, 11 losses, 2 draws
Bull James – 1 win, 1 loss
Cav – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Worth Every Pound” Charlie Sterling – 2 wins, 6 losses
Chris Brookes – 0 wins, 1 loss
Chris Renfrew – 6 wins, 12 losses, 4 draws
“Smashmouth” Chris Ridgeway – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Patriarch of The House of Saynt” Christopher Saynt – 1 win, 3 losses
“Pound 4 Pound The Best” CJ Banks – 0 wins, 1 loss
Coach Trip – 2 wins, 4 losses
Cousin Zander – 0 wins, 2 losses
“Boom Boom” Colt Cabana – 0 wins, 1 loss
Damien Corvin – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Delicious” Danny Hope – 0 wins, 1 loss
Danny Jones – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Bastard” Dave Mastiff – 1 win, 3 losses
“The Buckfast Barbarian” Davey Blaze – 6 wins, 11 losses
“The International Sex Hero” DCT – 8 wins, 12 losses
Debbie Sharpe – 0 wins, 1 loss
Dickie Divers – 1 win, 7 losses
Drew Galloway – 2 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw
Edwin Ricci – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Mexican Sensation” El Ligero – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Modfather of Professional Wrestling” Flash Morgan Webster – 0 wins, 2 losses
Flex Hunter – 0 wins, 1 loss
Gabriel Kidd – 0 wins, 1 loss
Grado – 6 wins, 6 losses
“War Beard” Hanson – 1 win, 0 losses, 1 draw
“The Alpha Male” Iestyn Rees – 15 wins, 2 losses
“Big Kink” Jack Jester – 9 wins, 17 losses, 2 draws
“Nature’s Gift to Wrestling” Jackie Polo – 16 wins, 9 losses, 1 draw
James Drake – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The King of the North” James Scott – 1 win, 2 losses
Jamie Winters – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Primate” Jason Prime – 0 wins, 1 loss
Jim Hunter – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The One Man Purge” Jimmy Havoc – 2 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw
“The Phoenix” Jody Fleisch – 2 wins, 5 losses
“The Iron King” Joe Coffey – 25 wins, 4 losses
“The Prestigious One” Joe Hendry – 5 wins, 10 losses, 2 draws
Joey Hayes – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Vigilante” Johnny Moss – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Voodoo Priestess” Jokey – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Import Killer” Jordan Devlin – 1 win, 4 losses
“The Righteous Killer” Joseph Conners – 0 wins, 1 loss
Josh Bodom – 0 wins, 1 loss
Josh Holly – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Clown Princess of Carnage” Kasey – 10 wins, 6 losses, 1 draw
Kassius Ohno – 0 wins, 1 loss
Katie Forbes – 0 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw
“The Queen of Hardcore” Kay Lee Ray – 11 wins, 7 losses, 2 draws
“Limitless” Keith Lee – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Bollocks” Kenny Williams – 23 wins, 6 losses, 1 draw
Kez Evans – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Demolition Man” Kid Fite – 5 wins, 6 losses
“Scudmaster Sexy” Krieger – 2 wins, 4 losses
Krobar – 6 wins, 9 losses
“Stunning” Lana Austin – 1 win, 1 loss
Lee Hunter – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Renegade” Lewis Girvan – 6 wins, 8 losses, 2 draws
Leyton Buzzard – 0 wins, 5 losses
“The Heart and Soul of British Wrestling” Liam Slater – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Bad Boy” Liam Thomson – 0 wins, 5 losses
“The Dugfather” Lionheart – 6 wins, 12 losses, 4 draws
Little Miss Roxxy – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Your Mother’s Favourite Wrestler” Lou King Sharp – 2 wins, 4 losses
“The Power Forward” Mark Coffey – 15 wins, 11 losses, 1 draw
Martin Kirby – 1 win, 4 losses
“The Session Moth” Martina – 3 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
“M-Dogg 20” Matt Cross – 0 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
Mayhem X – 0 wins, 1 loss
Michael Chase – 0 wins, 1 loss
Michael Dante – 0 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
Michael Parks – 0 wins, 1 loss
Mike Bird – 16 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw
“The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash – 2 wins, 10 losses, 2 draws
Moose – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Showstealer” Nathan Cruz – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Girl With the Shiniest Wizard” Nixon Newell – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Scottish Supernova” Noam Dar – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne – 3 wins, 3 losses
Prince Asad – 0 wins, 3 losses
Rampage Brown – 3 wins, 2 losses
“The Fresh Prince of Drumoyne Square” Ravie Davie – 3 wins, 12 losses
Raymond Rowe – 1 win, 0 losses, 1 draw
Rey Mysterio – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Future of Flight” Ricochet – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Whole F’N Show” Rob Van Dam – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal, Death-Defying Maniac” Sabu – 1 win, 1 loss
The Sam Barbour Experience – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Queen of Catch” Sammii Jayne – 0 wins, 3 losses
Saqib Ali – 0 wins, 2 losses
Scott McManus – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The East-End Butcher” Sha Samuels – 9 wins, 14 losses, 1 draw
“The Freaky Princess” Sierra Loxton – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Icon Killer” Stevie Boy – 11 wins, 11 losses, 2 draws
“The Outlaw” Stevie James – 6 wins, 9 losses
“The Insane Luchador” Super Crazy – 1 win, 1 loss
Thatcher Wright – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Superior Cypriot” Theo Doros – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Vigilante Referee” Thomas Kearins – 0 wins, 1 loss
Tor Atterhagen – 2 wins, 0 losses
Trent Seven – 10 wins, 3 losses
Tyler Bate – 2 wins, 2 losses
“The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 2 wins, 10 losses, 1 draw
The Wee Man – 2 wins, 2 losses
Wild Boar – 17 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw
William Grange – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Regulator” Wolfgang – 17 wins, 10 losses, 1 draw
“Liverpool’s No.1” Zack Gibson – 6 wins, 7 losses

“The Author of The Echo Bible” Aaron Echo, Chris Brookes & “The Bollocks” Kenny Williams – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Author of The Echo Bible” Aaron Echo & “The Bollocks” Kenny Williams – 0 wins, 1 loss
Ashton Smith & Rampage Brown – 3 wins, 1 loss
Bad Company (The Purge (Krobar & “The Outlaw” Stevie James) & “The Regulator” Wolfgang) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Bad Company (The Purge (Krobar & “The Outlaw” Stevie James) & “The Regulator” Wolfgang) & “The International Sex Hero” DCT – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Original Badman” Beano & Brendan White – 0 wins, 1 loss
British Strong Style (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Oddity” BT Gunn, Chris Renfrew, “The Dugfather” Lionheart & “The Whole F’N Show” Rob Van Dam – 1 win, 0 losses
The Bucky Boys (“The Buckfast Barbarian” Davey Blaze & “The Icon Killer” Stevie Boy) – 2 wins, 1 loss
“Worth Every Pound” Charlie Sterling & “The Fresh Prince of Drumoyne Square” Ravie Davie – 0 wins, 1 loss
Chris Renfrew, “The International Sex Hero” DCT & “The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 1 win, 0 losses
Chris Renfrew & “The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Patriarch of The House of Saynt” Christopher Saynt & “The Bad Boy” Liam Thomson – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Buckfast Barbarian” Davey Blaze, Dickie Divers & “The Queen of Hardcore” Kay Lee Ray – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Buckfast Barbarian” Davey Blaze & The Fite Network (“The Demolition Man” Kid Fite, “Scudmaster Sexy” Krieger & “Your Mother’s Favourite Wrestler” Lou King Sharp) – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Buckfast Barbarian” Davey Blaze & “The Queen of Hardcore” Kay Lee Ray – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Buckfast Barbarian” Davey Blaze & The Wee Man – 1 win, 1 loss
“Delicious” Danny Hope & “The Fresh Prince of Drumoyne Square” Ravie Davie – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The International Sex Hero” DCT & “The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 0 wins, 1 loss
Dickie Divers & “The Icon Killer” Stevie Boy – 0 wins, 1 loss
Drew Galloway & “The Icon Killer” Stevie Boy – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Fellas in Yella (Coach Trip & “The International Sex Hero” DCT) – 2 wins, 2 losses
The Filthy Generation (“The Queen of Hardcore” Kay Lee Ray & “The Icon Killer” Stevie Boy) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Filthy Generation (The Kings of Catch (“The King of Catch” Aspen Faith & “The Renegade” Lewis Girvan) & “The Icon Killer” Stevie Boy) – 2 wins, 0 losses
The Fite Network (“The Demolition Man” Kid Fite, “Scudmaster Sexy” Krieger & “Your Mother’s Favourite Wrestler” Lou King Sharp) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Fite Network (“Scudmaster Sexy” Krieger & “Your Mother’s Favourite Wrestler” Lou King Sharp) – 1 win, 3 losses
The Govan Team (Cousin Zander & “The Fresh Prince of Drumoyne Square” Ravie Davie) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Hunter Brothers (Jim Hunter & Lee Hunter) – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The One Man Purge” Jimmy Havoc & “The Clown Princess of Carnage” Kasey – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Prestigious One” Joe Hendry & Leyton Buzzard – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Phoenix” Jody Fleisch & The Kinky Party (“Big Kink” Jack Jester & “The East-End Butcher” Sha Samuels) – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Clown Princess of Carnage” Kasey & “The Queen of Hardcore” Kay Lee Ray – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Clown Princess of Carnage” Kasey & “The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 0 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw
Katie Forbes & “The Queen of Hardcore” Kay Lee Ray – 0 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw
“The Bollocks” Kenny Williams & Polo Promotions (“Nature’s Gift to Wrestling” Jackie Polo & “The Power Forward” Mark Coffey) – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Demolition Man” Kid Fite & “The Regulator” Wolfgang – 1 win, 0 losses
The Kings of Catch (“The King of Catch” Aspen Faith & “The Renegade” Lewis Girvan) – 4 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
The Kings of the North (Bonesaw & Damien Corvin) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Kinky Party (“Big Kink” Jack Jester & “The East-End Butcher” Sha Samuels) – 4 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
Legion (Chris Renfrew & “The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash) – 1 win, 1 loss
Legion (Chris Renfrew, Michael Dante & “The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Legion (“The Voodoo Priestess” Jokey & “The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Legion (Michael Dante & “The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash) – 0 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw
Leyton Buzzard & Michael Parks – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Local Butchers (“The Prestigious One” Joe Hendry & “The East-End Butcher” Sha Samuels) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Marauders (“The Alpha Male” Iestyn Rees, Mike Bird & Wild Boar) – 2 wins, 1 loss
The Marauders (Mike Bird & Wild Boar) – 14 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
Michael Chase & “The Superior Cypriot” Theo Doros – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash, RUDO Sports & Entertainment Brand (“The King of All Evil” Bram & “The Iron King” Joe Coffey) & “Liverpool’s No.1” Zack Gibson – 0 wins, 1 loss
Modern Culture (Danny Jones & Edwin Ricci) – 0 wins, 2 losses
The New Age Kliq (“The Oddity” BT Gunn & Chris Renfrew) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Pinky Party (“The Scottish Supernova” Noam Dar & “The East-End Butcher” Sha Samuels) – 1 win, 0 losses
Polo Promotions (“Nature’s Gift to Wrestling” Jackie Polo & “The Power Forward” Mark Coffey) – 15 wins, 7 losses, 1 draw
Pure Gangster (Prince Asad & Saqib Ali) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Purge (Krobar & “The Outlaw” Stevie James) – 5 wins, 6 losses
RUDO Sports & Entertainment Brand (“The King of All Evil” Bram & “The Iron King” Joe Coffey) – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Queen of Catch” Sammii Jayne & “The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 0 wins, 1 loss
Two Lads Pissing About (Joey Hayes & Martin Kirby) – 1 win, 1 loss
War Machine (“War Beard” Hanson & Raymond Rowe) – 1 win, 0 losses, 1 draw

Here’s the announced dates for ICW in 2018;

January 21st at The Garage, Glasgow (It’s Always Raining in Glasgow)
February 11th at The O2 ABC, Glasgow (7th Annual Square Go!)
February 12th at The O2 ABC, Glasgow (Fight Club Tapings)


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