ICW World Heavyweight & Zero-G Titles On The Line In Sheffield!
By Jamie Kennedy
Posted On 21-04-2015 12:48 GMT




This Sunday, ICW invades Sheffield for the first time, as the most vibrant roster on the pro wrestling landscape brings ICW: Up Down Left Right A C Start to the Steel City of England. As always, ICW management don't do anything by halves, and InsaneWrestling.co.uk is delighted to announce that both the ICW World Heavyweight and ICW Zero-G Titles will be on the line!

In the top bout, current reigning ICW World Heavyweight Champion Drew Galloway will defend his gold against the ultra-athletic Tommy End. Needless to say (but we'll say it anyway), fans are in for a supreme treat when watching both these lions go head-ho-head. This represents a huge opportunity for End, who could mark ICW's debut in Sheffield by leaving as champion.

For Galloway, there's a lot on the proverbial plate. Not only does the reigning champion have to deal with the ongoing saga involving the likes of Jack Jester and Sabu, but there's also the not-so-little fact that Big Damo is now the #1 Contender, and is currently gunning for the title.

As if that wasn't enough, Galloway is now faced with one of the most accomplished wrestlers on the planet today, the tattooed warrior that is Tommy End. As a member of the Sumerian Death Squad, End has already tasted ICW gold, in the form of the ICW Tag-Team Titles, but this would represent a huge jump up the ladder if he could capture the title in Sheffield.

In another huge title showdown, Kenny Williams will try to win back the ICW Zero-G Title against the new champion, Stevie Boy. At ICW: Alex Kidd In London, The Bucky Boy captured the belt in a fast-paced, unbelievably thrilling 6-man match. In a bout that also involved the likes of Kid Fite, Danny Hope, Paul Robinson, Liam Thomson and Kenny Williams himself, Stevie won the day.

Danny Hope had been the reigning Zero-G Champ, only holding the title for around one week, having defeated Williams at ICW: Boom Shakalaka He's On Fire in Liverpool on April 12th. It shows how competitive the Zero-G division is that two massive title changes took place inside 7 days, and the smart man wouldn't bet against the uber-talented Williams getting back on top of the mountain in Sheffield.

For Stevie Boy, this is his first singles title in ICW, and it's one he'll savour. It's unthinkable for the man to imagine losing the title so quickly after winning it, so this is sure to be a complete barn-burner of a contest. High-flying will surely be the order of the day, as these Zero-G athletes take some mighty risks, all for the chance to call themselves ICW Zero-G Champion.

Two huge title matches have already been signed, along with bouts such as Wolfgang vs. Grado. Limited tickets are still available for the show, and you can get your hands on them by heading over to www.ticketmaster.co.uk or www.triplegmusic.com!