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ICW Fear and Loathing XI Results – New Champions On Scottish Wrestling’s Biggest Night

It was another historic night in The Hydro as Insane Championship Wrestling brought the world ‘Fear and Loathing XI’, as Lionheart and Jackie Polo rounded off their epic rivalry with the ICW World Title and Lionheart’s career on the line.

Photos © Insane Championship Wrestling, Mr David J Wilson

Insane Championship Wrestling held their biggest show of the year, and for the eleventh time; it was a night full of glory, betrayal and most importantly…violence.

In front of a packed Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland; Lionheart finally captured the ICW World Heavyweight Championship, besting his greatest rival Jackie Polo. In an all-out war, Jackie Polo was caught with a superkick, sending his own polo mallet into his face. A second Lionheart superkick, a uranage and a frogsplash late, we had a new ICW World Champion.


Kay Lee Ray finally regained her ICW World Women’s Championship, and the title of ‘Queen Of Insanity’ by beating Viper in an unbelievable match involving kendo sticks, carpet strips, staple guns, cheese graters and a thumbtack covered chair in which Kay Lee Ray forced Viper to submit when she forced barbed wire across Viper’s mouth into a crossface submission.


Joe Coffey proved he was the superior brother, beating his brother Mark Coffey  in a war to win the ICW Zero-G Championship, beating him with a pair of discus lariats.


We thought we had our first set to champions who would walk out of The Hydro with their gold in tact as The Kinky Party fought up a barrage of brutality from Alpha/Evil to hold on to their ICW World Tag Team Championships, when Jack Jester rolled up Bram for the three count. However, it wasn’t to be.

Ashton Smith and Rampage Brown then cashed in their ICW Tag Team Title shot they won earlier that night in a six-team TLC match against Mark Haskins and Jimmy Havoc, The Kings of Catch, The Fite Network, The Purge and The Briscoe Brothers. try as they might, it was too much for The Kinky Party as they fell to a spike tombstone courtesy of the P.O.D, the new tag team champions.


ICW Owner Mark Dallas got one over on Mikey Whiplash, having him fall to ‘The Prestigious One’ Joe Hendry. Hendry got the win when Dallas pulled the referee out when Whiplash had the match won, causing enough of a distraction for Hendry to chop block the leg, forcing Whiplash to tap out to the Prestigious Ankle Lock.

Post-match, Mark Dallas’ cronies tried to put the boots to Whiplash only for Andy Wild to make the save. Shockingly, Ravie Davie saved Dallas, turning on Wild and the ICW audience.


Jeff Jarrett betrayed one friend for another as he cost Grado his match against James Storm. In his capacity as special guest referee, Jarrett was levelled with an accidental low blow from Grado. As Grado had the match won, Jarrett pulled out the other referee out only to stop short of counting Storm down for the three count. Try as Grado might, he could not overcome the odds and after a guitar shot and one more Last Call Superkick, ‘The Cowboy’ stood tall.


In a marquee six-man tag team match-up, BT Gunn, Wolfgang and Noam Dar defeated the trio of British Strong Style (Pete Dunne, Trent Seven and Tyler Bate) when BT Gunn pinned Trent Seven following a barrage of a Dar Nova Roller, Wolfgang’s Slam Dunk and Gunn’s Technodrome to see them off.

Finally in a battle of former friends, Aaron Echo defeated Kenny Williams after he saw off interference from Red Lightning to drop Williams with the Echo Falls powerbomb.


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