Insane Championship Wrestling: A 2018 Recap


There’s no real need for an introduction here. We all know about the current status of Insane Championship Wrestling as the top promotion in Scotland, as well as one of the top promotions in the entirety of the United Kingdom. 2018 saw them evolve in a major way. With several of their top names signed to NXT UK contracts (meaning they missed a handful of shows, including Shug’s Hoose Party), it paved the way for some younger talent to rise through the ranks, which I’ll get onto later. Before their first show of the new year on Sunday night, let’s take a look back at ICW’s major happenings throughout 2018!

Say His Name, He’s History

Coming into 2018, Lionheart and Jackie Polo were leading rather different career paths, The former had just came off the back of a huge victory over Rob Van Dam at Fear & Loathing X (a match also including Zack Gibson), whereas the latter had regained the Tag Team Championship alongside Mark Coffey at the same show. The first show of the year however, saw Polo Promotions lose said titles to The P.O.D. Then, the 7th annual Square Go! happened.


Polo entered at number 19, sporting his old singlet with his face embroidered onto it. The same singlet he donned during his rivalry with Lionheart. Number 20? Lionheart. The two really got into it and ended not only being eliminated at the same time, but having to be separated at ringside by ICW’s security team. It seemed as if the rivalry had been reignited, but Jackie appeared the night after to announce his retirement from professional wrestling. Mark Dallas wouldn’t let him leave that easily though – it took some time but eventually, a match between he and Hearto was signed for Barramania 4.

The Barrowlands Ballroom saw the debut of Just Justice, one of the best things about wrestling in 2018. This new character led Polo to victory over Lionheart, causing the former Zero-G Champion to enter a slump. After some encouragement from Sha Samuels, a rematch was signed for night one of Shug’s Hoose Party 5. Here, it would be Lionheart who came out on top. This is the match that featured Polo hitting Lionheart with the Styles Clash, the move that AJ Styles used to break Lionheart’s neck a few years ago. When the referee only counted to one, the roof came off the O2 Academy in Glasgow. With this victory, Lionheart had only one goal – winning the ICW World Heavyweight Championship at the Hydro.

It looked like he would be challenging DCT for the title, seeing as The International Sex Hero had won the gold from Stevie Boy the following evening. That wouldn’t be the case though, as DCT went on to lose the championship to Polo two months later. Lionheart won a #1 contenders match in October, confirming Polo/Lionheart 4 would indeed be going ahead at the biggest Scottish wrestling show of the year. Not only was the ICW World Heavyweight Championship on the line, but so was Lionheart’s career. He promised to retire if he failed to defeat Just Justice.

Fear & Loathing XI was an emotional night for all involved and by the end of the night, a new quartet of champions was confirmed (following title changes for the Zero-G, Tag Team, and Women’s World Championships) as Lionheart captured the World Heavyweight Championship in one of the greatest ICW matches in history for my money. Everyone about the match, and the rivalry as a whole for that matter, was fascinating to watch.

With Lionheart on top of ICW, he’s made a goal for himself to only defend the title against the top competitors from all around the world. First up tomorrow night – Japan’s Shigehiro Irie. All that’s really left to do now is say his name, he’s history!

Double Treble

As already mentioned, Jackie Polo and Mark Coffey (known collectively as Polo Promotions) went their separates ways upon losing the ICW Tag Team Championships. We’ve already gone through Polo’s half of the story, so we now turn our attention to Mark Coffey, who returns to the Zero-G division. He made it to the final two of the Square Go! Match before being eliminated after taking a steel chair to the skull from eventual winner Stevie Boy. The Power Forward could’ve easily handled the heat in ICW’s heavyweight division with his stiff strikes, but he vowed to become the first ever three-time Zero-G Champion.


An opportunity to do so came at the start of April as he challenged BT Gunn, but he ended up going to a double pinfall with fellow challenger Jody Fleisch and thus, the title was declared vacant. A Gauntlet Match at Barramania would sort that problem right out though, a match involving Coffey, Fleisch, Jordan Devlin, Rampage Brown, Andy Wild, and DCT. Coffey entered at number five and eliminated two men, achieving his mission in the process by earning the Double Treble as he calls it. His thunder was stolen post-match, as brother Joe returned to stake his claim for a Zero-G Championship match. Coffey vs Coffey was on (eight months down the line, anyway).

Throughout his reign as champion (and when he wasn’t appearing for NXT UK tapings, hence the delay in the match), Mark fended off the likes of Matt Cross, Dickie Divers, and Aaron Echo in both title and non-title action to prove he’s a great example of what the Zero-G division is all about. The match with Joe did eventually come at Fear & Loathing XI and boy, did it deliver. Mark’s reign would come to an end here, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that he was a phenomenal champion.

He appears to be going down a bit of a different path post-championship reign, having ambushed Andy Wild after losing to him in December. We’ll have to wait until at least February to find out why he did what he did (NXT UK this weekend after all), but I’m sure it’ll be worth the wait.

No Kinky, No Party

God knows how many times I’ve said this in the past, but I’ll say it again anyway – I had no beliefs that The Kinky Party would be winning any Tag Team Championships. In reality, I didn’t even see them surviving as a team. But today is January 11th 2019, and I’m glad to report I was completely wrong. Jack Jester and Sha Samuels have worked incredibly well as a tandem.


The 8th annual Square Go! did see Jester and Samuels have a bit of miscommunication, but it didn’t keep them sidetracked for too long. They were able to get back on the same page in time for ICW’s return to Newcastle in April, and managed to defeat The P.O.D to claim their first set of Tag Team Championships within ICW. Once again, I wasn’t too certain on what would happen – I predicted them to lose the titles by the end of the month (in fairness, The Kings of Catch were in that match so obviously I would). But no, they ensured their first title defence was a successful one as they bested not only The Kings of Catch, but also The Purge and The Sons of Ulaid.

From this point forward, every championship defence throughout their 231 day reign on top was an excellent showing from both The Big Ride Machine and The East-End Butcher. No matter if it was The Marauders, The Fite Network, or ALPHA/EVIL, you were guaranteed to get 100% from both champs. Even if it meant they’d be unable to crowd surf after the match. That’s how much they were willing to risk their bodies to keep the gold over their shoulders. That ALPHA/EVIL match at Shug’s Hoose Party by the way – would a blinder of a tag match!

Fear & Loathing XI marked the end of the road for The Kinky Party’s reign as champions though, as The P.O.D cashed in their #1 contendership briefcase following Jack and Sha putting away ALPHA/EVIL once more. Having failed in their championship rematch last month, they’re now at the bottom of the pile. Their next challenge comes in the form of Dickie Divers and a mystery partner tomorrow evening in Glasgow. Time for The Kinky Party to build themselves back up, and get back into the championship picture.

Women’s Championship Goes Global

ICW’s women’s division in 2018 was dominated in 2018 by two main figures – Viper and Kay Lee Ray. Sure, you had others popping in plenty of times like Kasey, Aivil, Martina, Sammii Jayne, and Little Miss Roxxy. But those two were the real driving forces behind the division throughout 2018.


Viper captured the title in the middle of February from Martina, and ended up cutting one of the best promos I’ve ever heard with my own two ears. The Vixen of Violence went on a crusade to show everyone just how much she cares about carrying the ICW Women’s Championship. If that meant taking the title to America and Japan, then so be it. Kasey, Sammii Jayne, Toni Storm, Taya Valkyrie. They all stood up, and they all fell down. With these worldwide defences across the border, the ICW Women’s Championship was officially renamed the ICW Women’s World Championship. A goal was achieved as The Megaton Barbed proved exactly how effort she’s put into making ICW’s women’s division what it is today.

Heading towards the Hydro for the third year running, Viper was practically begging Kay Lee Ray to challenge her for the title. She did indeed get her wish, but on Kay Lee’s terms only – the first ever Queen of Insanity Match. A statement was made by The Queen of Hardcore as she Gory bombed Viper onto two thumbtack-covered steel chairs. The match itself was a true classic. Items of sheer brutality were used, including a barbed wire board and a trash can literally full with thumbtacks. Viper pouring them over Kay Lee Ray’s back remains one of the best visuals in Scottish wrestling history. A vicious match just had to end in vicious fashion, so KLR wrapped some barbed wire around Viper’s mouth for a crossface. Ouch!

They embraced post-match, and then the new champ headbutted Little Miss Roxxy after the Newcastle native had defeated Viper at the end of December. Is this the signs of a new partnership having been forged between the pair?

The Future Is Bright

Since spring, several of ICW’s top stars (Wolfgang, Kenny Williams, The Coffey Brothers, etc.) have been signed to NXT UK contracts. This has meant they unfortunately had to miss a few ICW shows, including Shug’s Hoose Party 5. With those big names gone at times, the space was more than filled by the rising stars of Scottish professional wrestling.


Perhaps the best example of this was the meteoric rise of Kieran Kelly and Leyton Buzzard. Thanks in part to the rivalry between Chris Renfrew and Joe Hendry, Kelly and Buzzard have been featured prominently on the ICW roster throughout the year, and are still at each other’s throats despite said rivalry having come to a close. The new rivalry they’re part of is between Mikey Whiplash (Kieran’s side) and Mark Dallas (Leyton’s side), a side that also features Kez Evans and Ravie Davie, another two names who rose up in 2018.


The tremendous training schools from around Scotland provided some talent for shows on numerous occasions. Whether it was Paxxo, Irving Garrett, and Eli Bulwark from the Glasgow Pro Wrestling Asylum, KOE and The Titans from the Source Wrestling School, Ryan Riley from the WrestleZone Training Academy, there was an influx of new talent throughout the year, all of whom impressed. Props to all, and also to their trainers.

Photo credit David J Wilson

If I have one wish for ICW’s 2019, it’s to have these names – and plenty others – be featured more regularly in ICW. Considering the amount of great young talent in Scotland today, I’d even suggest bringing back the Spacebaws shows to feature them. Just a thought.

A New Vision

I mentioned in the previous point that Mikey Whiplash and ICW boss Mark Dallas have been embroiled in a rivalry as of late, mainly because of Dallas’ new vision of what he thinks ICW should look like. He wants ICW to step away from the hardcore limelight, something which doesn’t sit well with The Necromancer. After all, Whiplash is perhaps best known for his death match style, although he’s no stranger to tying up with opponents in a more technical match.


Another key point of Dallas’ new ICW is putting the spotlight on stars who have worked incredibly hard. Prime example – The Filthy Generation. We’ve spoken already about Kay Lee’s Ray success in the company, but Stevie Boy, Aspen Faith, and Lewis Girvan were sort of just there doing great things and not getting opportunities. Sure, Stevie’ was a former Zero-G Champion prior to 2018, but the point still stands. He wasn’t being used to his full potential until late 2017 in my eyes. He won both the Square Go! Match and the ICW World Heavyweight Championship in 2018, before going down with a knee injury I believe, while Aspen and Lewis still haven’t won those tag straps. They’re challenging The P.O.D at the Square Go! though – bring them home lads!


ICW have been criticised over the years for bringing in massive names from outside Scotland just to draw a crowd, such as Rey Mysterio, Rob Van Dam, Kurt Angle, and The Dudley Boyz. 2018 saw that change in terms of international talent, as it was mainly the finest independent stars who came over as opposed to the former WWE names. Jeff Cobb, Sugar Dunkerton, James Storm, Matt Cross, WALTER, Angélico, and The Briscoe Brothers (although it’s best not to mention them) came into ICW, and made their name known. The only real exceptions to this rule were Noam Dar, Killian Dain, and British Strong Style, who are currently contracted WWE stars. The show wasn’t built around them though, and they were used for the right reasons rather than just to put on a match.

Who knows what else Mark Dallas has in mind for his new ICW. Stay tuned to 2019 and find out!

So in simple terms, 2018 was an amazing year for ICW. Everyone just seemed to go their way (aside from the NXT UK dates of course). 2019 promises to be an even better year for them, with the following dates already announced;

  • January 13th at the Garage, Glasgow (Preview)
  • February 3rd at the Garage, Glasgow
  • February 24th at the SWG3, Glasgow (8th Annual Square Go!)
  • March 10th at the Assembly, Aberdeen (Drippin’ Like A Knackered Fridge)
  • April 7th at the Garage, Glasgow

Buy the ticket, take the ride!

2018 saw;

167 Matches
101 Singles Matches
27 Tag Team Matches
5 Six Man Tag Team Matches
1 Ten Man Tag Team Match
1 Fatal Four Way Tag Team Match
2 Triple Threat Matches
1 Chain Match
1 Chairs Match
5 Death Matches
2 Falls Count Anywhere Matches
1 Gauntlet Match
3 Glasgow Street Fights
1 Good Housekeeping Match
1 Handicap Match
5 Intergender Matches
1 I Quit Match
1 Ladder Match
1 Loser Leaves The UK Match
1 Square Go! Match
1 Texas Death Match
1 Title vs Career Match
1 TLC Match
3 Traditional Wrestling Rules Matches

Out of 42 Title Matches
The ICW World Heavyweight Championship was defended 12 times, with 4 title changes (Stevie Boy once, DCT once, Jackie Polo once, and Lionheart once) and 8 successful defences (BT Gunn four times, Stevie Boy once, DCT once, and Jackie Polo twice)
The ICW Zero-G Championship was defended 7 times, with 2 title changes (Mark Coffey once and Joe Coffey once) and 4 successful defences (BT Gunn twice and Mark Coffey twice) – The title was also declared vacant once
The ICW Tag Team Championships were defended 14 times, with 3 title changes (The P.O.D twice and The Kinky Party once) and 11 successful defences (The P.O.D four times and The Kinky Party seven times)
The ICW Women’s World Championship was defended 7 times, with 3 title changes (Martina once, Viper once, and Kay Lee Ray once) and 4 successful defences (Viper four times)
That Particular Sink was defended 2 times, with 2 owner changes (Liam Thomson twice) – The sink was also handed to Kid Fite once so Liam Thomson had enough money to challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship

Championship Reigns

ICW World Heavyweight Championship
BT Gunn – November 19th 2017-April 29th 2018
Stevie Boy – April 29th 2018-July 29th 2018
DCT – July 29th 2018-September 23rd 2018
Jackie Polo – September 23rd 2018-December 2nd 2018
Lionheart – December 2nd 2018-Present

ICW Zero-G Championship
BT Gunn – July 30th 2017-April 1st 2018
VACANT – April 1st 2018-April 29th 2018
Mark Coffey – April 29th 2018-December 2nd 2018
Joe Coffey – December 2nd 2018-Present

ICW Tag Team Championships
Polo Promotions (Jackie Polo & Mark Coffey) – November 19th 2017-January 21st 2018
The P.O.D (Rampage Brown & Ashton Smith) – January 21st 2018-April 15th 2018
The Kinky Party (Jack Jester & Sha Samuels) – April 15th 2018-December 2nd 2018
The P.O.D (Rampage Brown & Ashton Smith) – December 2nd 2018-Present

ICW Women’s World Championship
Kasey – November 19th 2017-February 11th 2018
Martina – February 11th 2018-February 12th 2018
Viper – February 12th 2018-December 2nd 2018
Kay Lee Ray – December 2nd 2018-Present

That Particular Sink
Wolfgang – May 28th 2017-September 23rd 2018
Liam Thomson – September 23rd 2018-October 9th 2018
Kid Fite – October 9th 2018-December 2nd 2018
Liam Thomson – December 2nd 2018-Present

Win/Loss Records
“The King of Benidorm” Aaron Echo – 6 wins, 8 losses
“The Most Handsome Man in Wrestling” Adam Maxted – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Twisted Priestess” Aivil – 4 wins, 3 losses
Alexander Darwin MacAllan – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Unstoppable” Andy Wild – 4 wins, 6 losses
“Half Man, Half Amazing” Angélico – 1 win, 0 losses
Ashton Smith – 8 wins, 1 loss
“The King of Catch” Aspen Faith – 9 wins, 8 losses, 1 draw
Bantz – 0 wins, 1 loss
Bás Bán – 1 win, 0 losses
Big Grizzly – 2 wins, 2 losses
“The Oddity” BT Gunn – 8 wins, 7 losses, 4 draws
“The King of All Evil” Bram – 6 wins, 4 losses
Chris Renfrew – 3 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw
Clint Margera – 0 wins, 1 loss
Cousin Zander – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Creator of Carnage” Crusher Craib – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Revolutionary” Damien – 1 win, 0 losses
“The International Sex Hero” DCT – 7 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
“The Great” Dickie Divers – 1 win, 3 losses
“The Urchin Prince” Drew Parker – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Bouncer” Eli Bulwark – 0 wins, 1 loss
Grado – 5 wins, 3 losses
“The Alpha Male” Iestyn Rees – 6 wins, 3 losses
“The Bone Collector” Irving Garrett – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The High Priestess” Isla Dawn – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Big Ride Machine” Jack Jester – 10 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw
“Just Justice” Jackie Polo – 6 wins, 5 losses
“Mr Mayhem” James Drake – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Cowboy” James Storm – 4 wins, 2 losses
Jay Briscoe – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Mr Athletic” Jeff Cobb – 0 wins, 1 loss
Jim Hunter – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The King of the Goths” Jimmy Havoc – 1 win, 3 losses
“The Phoenix” Jody Fleisch – 0 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
“The Iron King” Joe Coffey – 5 wins, 0 losses
“The Prestigious One” Joe Hendry – 6 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw
“The Irish Ace” Jordan Devlin – 1 win, 3 losses
“The Righteous Killer” Joseph Conners – 1 win, 2 losses
Kai Williams-King – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Clown Princess of Carnage” Kasey – 2 wins, 7 losses
“The Queen of Insanity” Kay Lee Ray – 4 wins, 4 losses
“The Lucky Yin” Kenny Williams – 3 wins, 8 losses
“The Self-Proclaimed Top Tier Talent” Kez Evans – 2 wins, 5 losses
“The Demolition Man” Kid Fite – 2 wins, 8 losses
“Shotgun” Kieran Kelly – 4 wins, 2 losses
“The Beast of Belfast” Killian Dain – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Assassin” King Killa – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Scudmaster Sexy” Krieger – 1 win, 6 losses
Krobar – 3 wins, 9 losses
Lee Hunter – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Renegade” Lewis Girvan – 8 wins, 9 losses, 1 draw
“The Prodigy” Leyton Buzzard – 2 wins, 7 losses
“The Bad Boy” Liam Thomson – 6 wins, 2 losses, 1 draw
Lionheart – 10 wins, 3 losses
Little Miss Roxxy – 1 win, 0 losses
“Your Mother’s Favourite Wrestler” Lou King Sharp – 1 win, 6 losses
Mark Briscoe – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Power Forward” Mark Coffey – 7 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
“The Star Attraction” Mark Haskins – 1 win, 3 losses
“The Session Moth” Martina – 2 wins, 2 losses
“The Son of Havoc” Matt Cross – 0 wins, 1 loss
Michael Chase – 0 wins, 1 loss
Mike Bird – 0 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
“The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash – 6 wins, 8 losses, 1 draw
Moose – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Scottish Supernova” Noam Dar – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Italian Nightmare” Paxxo – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne – 0 wins, 1 loss
Rampage Brown – 7 wins, 2 losses
“The Fresh Prince of Drumoyne Square” Ravie Davie – 3 wins, 10 losses
“The Artful Dodger” Red Lightning – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Last True Sick Boy Rory Coyle – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Gaelic Blood Machine” Rowan Frey – 0 wins, 1 loss
“Inspirational” Ryan Riley – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Most Handsome Man in Sports Entertainment” The Sam Barbour Experience – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The Main Event Empress” Sammii Jayne – 0 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
Screwface – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The East End Butcher” Sha Samuels – 9 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw
“The King of Insanity” Stevie Boy – 5 wins, 6 losses
“The Outlaw” Stevie James – 4 wins, 9 losses
“The James Brown of Throwin’ Down” Sugar Dunkerton – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Superior Cypriot” Theo Doros – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Nuclear Nightmare” Tor Atterhagen – 0 wins, 2 losses
Trent Seven – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Big Strong Boi” Tyler Bate – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Vixen of Violence” Viper – 6 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw
“Der Ringgeneral” WALTER – 0 wins, 1 loss
Wild Boar – 0 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw
“The Regulator” Wolfgang – 4 wins, 6 losses

Aaron Echo & Bad Company (BT Gunn, The Purge (Krobar & Stevie James) & Wolfgang) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Aaron Echo & Kenny Williams – 0 wins, 2 losses
Aaron Echo, Kenny Williams, The Kinky Party (Jack Jester & Sha Samuels) & Lionheart – 1 win, 0 losses
Aaron Echo, Kenny Williams & Mark Coffey – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Age of Orion (Michael Chase & Theo Doros) – 0 wins, 1 loss
ALPHA/EVIL (Bram & Iestyn Rees) – 3 wins, 2 losses
Bad Company (BT Gunn & Wolfgang) & Noam Dar – 1 win, 0 losses
Bantz & Leyton Buzzard – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Big Bad Bawdy Daddies (The Kings of Catch (Aspen Faith & Lewis Girvan) & Sugar Dunkerton) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe) – 0 wins, 1 loss
British Strong Style (Pete Dunne & Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate)) – 0 wins, 1 loss
BT Gunn, Dickie Divers & Viper – 0 wins, 1 loss
Chris Renfrew & Kieran Kelly – 1 win, 0 losses
Damien & The Purge (Krobar & Stevie James) – 1 win, 0 losses
DCT & Viper – 1 win, 0 losses
The Filthy Generation (Kay Lee Ray & The Kings of Catch (Aspen Faith & Lewis Girvan)) – 2 wins, 0 losses
The Filthy Generation (Kay Lee Ray & Stevie Boy) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Filthy Generation (The Kings of Catch (Aspen Faith & Lewis Girvan) & Stevie Boy) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Filthy Generation (The Kings of Catch (Aspen Faith & Lewis Girvan) & Stevie Boy) & The Fite Network (Krieger & Lou King Sharp) – 1 win, 4 losses
The Fite Network (Kid Fite, Lou King Sharp & Krieger) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Fite Network (Krieger & Lou King Sharp) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Govan Team (Cousin Zander & Ravie Davie) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Grado & Liam Thomson – 1 win, 0 losses
The Hunter Brothers (Jim Hunter & Lee Hunter) – 0 wins, 1 loss
James Storm & Ravie Davie – 0 wins, 1 loss
Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins – 1 win, 1 loss
Jimmy Havoc, Mark Haskins & Viper – 0 wins, 1 loss
Joe Hendry & Leyton Buzzard – 0 wins, 1 loss
Kasey & Ravie Davie – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Kings of Catch (Aspen Faith & Lewis Girvan) – 5 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw
The Kinky Party (Jack Jester & Sha Samuels) – 7 wins, 2 losses, 1 draw
The Kinky Pinky Party (Grado, Jack Jester & Sha Samuels) – 1 win, 0 losses
KOE (Kai Williams-King & King Killa) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Leyton Buzzard & Ravie Davie – 1 win, 0 losses
The Marauders (Mike Bird & Wild Boar) – 0 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw
The New Age Kliq (BT Gunn & Chris Renfrew) – 0 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw
The P.O.D (Ashton Smith & Rampage Brown) – 7 wins, 1 loss
Polo Promotions (Jackie Polo & Mark Coffey) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Purge (Krobar & Stevie James) – 1 win, 8 losses
RUDO Sports & Entertainment Brand (Bram & Martina) – 1 win, 0 losses
RUDO Sports & Entertainment Brand (ALPHA/EVIL (Bram & Iestyn Rees), Joe Coffey, Kenny Williams & Red Lightning) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Sinky Party (Jack Jester & Liam Thomson) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Sons of Ulaid (Bás Bán & Rory Coyle) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Sons of Ulaid (Rory Coyle & Screwface) – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Titans (Alexander Darwin MacAllan & Rowan Frey) – 0 wins, 1 loss

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Credit for all images used goes to David J Wilson.