By Scott Reid
Posted On 26-02-2016 00:58 GMT
As part of the ‘Aff the Telly’ Tour, ICW makes its debut in Northern Ireland on Saturday, February 27th, at the Mandela Hall in Belfast, and at this event, the hometown boy returns for hat could be the biggest match of his career, as ‘The Beast of Belfast’ Big Damo gets one more shot at the ICW World Heavyweight Championship!
Having been on the warpath to get one more shot at the gold, since having his last opportunity ripped away from him by The Black Label back in July 2015, Damo finally gets his wish in his hometown of Belfast this Saturday, but the question remains; Who will the Beast face in the Mandela Hall on February 27th?
The night before this event, Chris Renfrew will put the ICW World Heavyweight Championship on the line in Liverpool against Drew Galloway, and the very next night, the winner of that match will make their way to Belfast to face Damo, but which of these two men will be walking into unknown territory to defend the title?
Despite the fact that they have rarely crossed paths in ICW before, Damo and Chris Renfrew have a long and storied history that dates back to their days in the training schools of Glasgow. Rising through the ranks of Scottish Wrestling together, Damo and Renfrew know each other very well, having battled against one and other, while also teaming together on occasion. With these two men knowing each other so well, a showdown between Damo and Renfrew, with the ICW World Heavyweight Championship on the line, could make for a very competitive match in Belfast on February 27th.
On the other hand, the issues between Damo and Drew Galloway in ICW are extremely well-documented, with the first half of 2015 seeing these two men at each other’s throats for months. At Shug’s Hoose Party II, Drew, along with Red Lightning and Jack Jester, robbed Damo of his chance to become ICW Word Heavyweight Champion, and since then, the hatred between these two men has only been amplified. If Drew Galloway walks into Belfast on Saturday, February 27th with the ICW World Heavyweight Championship around his waist, he will be walking into a battle zone the likes of which he has never known before, with one extremely angry opponent, intent on tearing him apart.
No matter who he faces though, Damo’s resolve will be exactly the same; to become the ICW World Heavyweight Championship at all costs. In his hometown of Belfast, can Damo do what no-one has ever been able to do outside of Glasgow, and become the ICW World Heavyweight Champion? Be at the Mandela Hall to find out!
Less than 100 tickets remain for this event at the Mandela Hall in Belfast, on Saturday, February 27th! Tickets are available now at www.ticketmaster.co.uk!