#AndNEW: Several Title Changes At ICW Square Go!

Square Go!

Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW) were back in Glasgow’s SWG3 venue on February 2nd for the 9th Annual Square Go!, a night that turned out to be full of twists and turns as ICW’s already exhilarating 2020 continues.

#AndNEW: Noam Dar Wins ICW World Heavyweight Championship

Perhaps the biggest title switch of the night came as Noam Dar usurped Stevie Boy to become the new World Heavyweight Champion, marking his first reign with the title. ‘The Scottish Supernova’ announced he was back in ICW full-time in the middle of November, stating that one of his main goals for coming back was to finally capture the top prize on offer in ICW. Stevie Boy had sat atop the throne since night two of Shug’s Hoose Party 6, as he returned from injury to win the vacant title by defeating Wolfgang. Seeing as Noam is already a former two-time Zero-G Champion, he now only needs to win the ICW Tag Team Championships to be deemed a Triple Crown Champion.

#AndNEW: Liam Thomson Wins ICW Zero-G Championship

Coming into the Square Go!, it was more or less obvious that Leyton Buzzard was going to retain the Zero-G Championship over former champ Liam Thomson. After all, Buzzard only won the gold on December 15th, and is arguably the hottest thing going in Scottish wrestling at the moment, so it only made sense to have ‘The Captain’ be in possession of the title for some time. However, Thomson would indeed regain the title he lost just under two months ago, beating Leyton to open up the main card of the show. His previous reign began at Shug’s Hoose Party 6 this past July, where ‘The Bad Boy’ defeated Joe Coffey to taste ICW gold for the first time.

#AndNEW: The Fite Network Win ICW Tag Team Championships

Last but not least, Lou King Sharp and Krieger, two thirds of The Fite Network, defeated The Purge tandem of Krobar and Stevie James in a brutal Glasgow Street Fight to become the brand new ICW Tag Team Champions. ‘The Blood Tourist’ and big ol’ ‘Scudmaster Sexy’ had their own unique way of capturing the titles, locking Krobar outside of the venue, before dropping Stevie with their Morrison Manoeuvre finisher (named after your dear writer) to secure the titles. Outside of ICW, the pair have had plenty of success with each other, capturing the Tag Team Championships in both WrestleZone (WZ) and home promotion Premier British Wrestling (PBW), the latter of which they held for a record 910 days.

Kez Evans Wins 2020 Square Go! Match

Although not a championship victory, it’s certainly worth mentioning that the 2020 Square Go! Match was won by Kez Evans, marking the first time a graduate of the Glasgow Pro Wrestling Asylum (GPWA) has won the 30 person over the tap event. ‘This Guy’ entered at number fifteen (per the order of elimination in January’s Six Man Scrap), and last eliminated Kid Fite to win the briefcase. Kez now holds a championship opportunity that he can use at any point over the next 12 months, and knowing the dastardly grappler, he’ll no doubt strike when the champion he chooses is most vulnerable.

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