ICW: Serious Assault 2 took place three years ago today when Insane Championship Wrestling descended once again on the Maryhill Community Hall. It was an event packed with incident and drama, with several matches on the card adding fuel to the already smouldering fires created two months previously at Payback. The focal point was undoubtedly the creation of the Gold Label on that previous show when Wolfgang stabbed partners Chris Renfrew and BT Gunn in the back, and Swanton Bombed Booty from the top rope to cost his team a six-man tag match.

By joining forces with Red Lightning and Lionheart, Wolfgang had turned his back on the fans and his supposed friends who were livid. A match was set between the soon-to-be New Age Kliq and Operation Red Wolf to settle the score.

However, Red and Wolfgang came out on top in this encounter, leaving Renfrew and Gunn to lick their wounds in a decidedly unsuccessful spell for the duo. It was indeed retribution for the Gold Label after Renfrew and Gunn had cost Lionheart his match with Rob Cage earlier in the night. A double team effort left Absolution's Cage with a simple pinfall win.



Meanwhile, Jack Jester continued on his winning ways as he defeated Adam Shame in a Deathmatch. "The Ministry of Bizarre" was scheduled to face "The Paisley Wrecking Machine" at Payback, but Shame had to pull out due to the birth of his newborn son. So, the date was instead set for Serious Assault 2. Jester continued on his dominating ways with a fourth straight ICW victory leaving Shame to regret not getting one over on the man who had taunted him callously in the build up to the match.



In another grudge match, ICW Champion Darkside teamed with Nikki Storm to face Liam Thomson and sidekick Carmel, with Sara taking her place in their corner. This one had plenty of history behind it with Carmel having attacked Storm at Payback following Nikki's win over Sara.

Darkside decided to issue a challenge to Thomson and Carmel following the assault and he picked Storm as his partner. It didn't go well for the Champ and Storm; however, after they failed to defeat Thomson and ICW in-ring debutante Carmel.

Two, now familiar, 16-year-old teenagers also made their ICW debuts that night in 2010. Noam Dar – with Absolution stablemate Rob Cage in his corner – lost to Brad Valentino in a triple threat match which also included Chris Rampage. And Davey Blaze – now one half of the Tag Team Champions the Bucky Boys – lost his first-ever ICW contest to Kid Fite.



Another debutant, CJ Hunter, lost his opening match in the company to William Grange, who ironically picked up his first win at the fifth attempt.