By Scott Reid
Posted On 05-12-2014 14:29 GMT
As 2014 comes to a close, ICW: Brush Your Goose will play host to a clash between two men who have upped their game tremendously over the past 12 months, to become two of the most talked about stars in Insane Championship Wrestling. Those men none other than Joe Coffey and Liam Thomson.
For Joe Coffey, 2014 has, arguably, been the most important year of the young stars career. First becoming the ICW' Iron Man' back in January, Joe has quickly become one of the ICW's most popular stars, dazzling the fans with his terrifying feats of strength, and his phenomenal wrestling ability, each and every time he steps through the ropes. Most recently, Joe emerged victorious in the breathtaking Best-Of-5 series against Noam Dar, which culminated at ICW: Fear & Loathing VII. With that victory, Coffey added one more accolade to his name, but as we head into 2015, Joe will look to keep his momentum going, and get himself one step closer to potentially stepping into contention for the ICW Heavyweight Championship. That momentum may be brought to a screeching halt this Sunday however, as he steps into the ring with a man who is often touted as the best pound-for-pound wrestler in the country, Liam Thomson.
Since leaving his life a member of Fight Club behind, 'Bad Boy' Liam Thomson has been more aggressive than ever before, performing better than he has in years, both as a singles wrestler, and alongside Carmel in their Mixed Tag encounters. Now aiming to get himself on the path to championship gold, Thomson is going after one of the big dogs in the yard in the form of Joe Coffey. Taking out the ICW Iron Man would be a huge victory for Liam, and would almost certainly grab the attention of ICW Management, putting them on notice that the 'Bad Boy' is one to watch, heading into 2015.
Two of the finest grapplers that this country has ever produced go head-to-head in the final main roster show of the year, and are sure to leave fans speechless. Can the Iron Man finish off the year on a high note, adding Liam Thomson to his list his fallen adversaries? Or will the 'Bad Boy' pick up the win, and kick off 2015 in style? Either way, this is a match that you cannot afford to miss!
Limited tickets are still available for ICW: Brush Your Goose at The Garage in Glasgow's city centre, this Sunday, December 7th. Tickets are available now at www.ticketmaster.co.uk and at www.triplegmusic.com
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