At last night’s Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW) event Fear & Loathing XI from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, the company ushered in a new era of champions as all four of their championships changed hands throughout the evening. First off, RUDO Sports and Entertainment Brand client Joe Coffey defeated his brother Mark Coffey to win his first Zero-G Championship, adding to his previous ICW accomplishments of being a two-time World Heavyweight Champion and winning the 2017 Square Go! Match. The second of the titles to change hands was the Women’s World Championship, as Filthy Generation member Kay Lee Ray defeated Viper in the inaugural Queen of Insanity Match to be crowned the first three-time ICW Women’s World Champion. Alongside fellow Filthy Generation member Stevie Boy, they can now be called The King and Queen of Insanity.
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Following on from this, The Kinky Party team of Jack Jester and Sha Samuels did actually manage to retain their Tag Team Championships over the ALPHA/EVIL pairing of Iestyn Rees and Bram, only to lose the gold a few moments later to the same team they defeated to win the titles in the form of Rampage Brown and Ashton Smith, a team known collectively as The Personification of Destruction. Brown and Smith earned this title opportunity earlier in the evening by defeating The Kings of Catch, The Purge, The Fite Network, The Briscoe Brothers, and Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins in a six-team TLC Match.
Your NEWWWW @InsaneChampWres Tag Team Champions…@AshtonSmith_WWE & @RampageBrown, and announcing the winners was a piece of piss @Simon_Cassidy1, I dunno whit they pay ye for. pic.twitter.com/Z5JgJfAB4Z
— The Wee Man (@ThatWeeMan) December 2, 2018
Finally, in the main event, Lionheart defeated “Just Justice” Jackie Polo to finally add the ICW World Heavyweight Championship to his list of accolades while also keeping his career alive. This marks the culmination (presumably) of the pair’s storied rivalry, which was reignited in February of this year as they came head to head in the 2017 Square Go! Match. The score in the four matches between them currently sits at 2-2, so you can likely expect to see a fifth match between them at some point down the line to determine an overall victor in the series of bouts.
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All in all, it was undoubtedly the best Fear & Loathing ICW have put on thus far. Twists, turns, shocks, the whole nine yards. We’re now set for a completely new era of Insane Championship Wrestling with a whole set of new champions running over their respective divisions!