Helter Skelter Preview
By Scott Reid
Posted On 30-09-2014 18:15 GMT

Insane Championship Wrestling kicks off the Magical Mystery Tour this Sunday, October 5th, at the o2 Academy Newcastle with ICW: Helter Skelter. This is the second ICW event to be held in Newcastle, and this stacked card will be one not to miss!

The ever-exciting Stevie Boy, now entered into the ICW singles division, looks to pick up his first win in Newcastle, but to do that he will have to go through former Zero-G Champion, 'The Real Deal' Mark Coffey. Coffey may have recently lost the Zero-G Championship, but he is dead-set on getting some momentum back, on the road to reclaiming the coveted championship. Can Stevie dazzle the fans like always on the way to his first victory as a full-time singles competitor, or will Mark Coffey get back on track and stop the high-flying Bucky Boy in his tracks?

Kid Fite has been at the top of his game in the past few months, performing better than ever before every time he steps into the ICW ring. As he makes his way to Newcastle, the Glasgow brawler will be walking into one of the toughest fights of the year, as he battles ICW debutante, and one of the most-talked about grapplers in the UK today, Rampage Brown. Brown has left a path of destruction everywhere he has gone, and he will be out to make an impact upon his arrival ICW, by taking out the tough-as-nails ICW original, Kid Fite. Newcastle will no doubt bear witness to an extremely intense brawl when these two men meet in the ring.

Johnny Moss is one of the most feared wrestlers in all of Europe, having competed against some of the top names in independent wrestling today. Most recently, Moss has shown a more vicious streak in ICW, attacking Grado the last time ICW made its way to Newcastle. This time however, the behemoth will face one of the few men in ICW who may be able to match his monstrous strength; 'The Laird of La Cala', Wolfgang. Wolfgang has had more than his fair share of issues involving his cousin BT Gunn lately, but at ICW: Helter Skelter, he will have to focus on the task at hand if he hopes to topple the juggernaut that is Johnny Moss. Have the recent events involving BT lit the fire under Wolfgang that he needs to defeat 'The Vigilante'? We will need to wait and see, but one thing is for sure; this battle of the giants will be one for the ages!

The stellar Best-of-5 series between Noam Dar and Joe Coffey continues at ICW: Helter Skelter, with the score currently sitting at 2-1 to Coffey. The first three contests of this series have been nothing short of brilliance, showcasing the top class technical wrestling that exists in ICW. Last time these two met in the ring however, Dar almost resorted to using a hammer to pick up the win over 'The Iron Man', but his conscience thought better of it. Is the pressure of proving himself over Coffey becoming too much for Dar to deal with? Noam must win in Newcastle if he hopes to stay alive in the series, but Joe Coffey is one of the toughest and most determined grapplers in all of ICW, and will be looking to pick up his third victory to come out on top in the series. Expect a technical masterclass when these two step into the ring.

Kenny Williams is on top of the world at the moment, having recently won the ICW Zero-G Championship from Mark Coffey, and and finally breaking free from his Kennedy Administration contract. Now free to control his own destiny, the new figurehead of the exciting Zero-G division comes to Newcastle to defend his gold against one of the hottest free agents on the independent scene today, 'Party' Marty Scurll. Scurll is a supremely talented and experienced athlete who has competed all over the world, and now, he makes his ICW debut, challenging for one of the most coveted titles in all of independant wrestling, the ICW Zero-G Championship. Can Kenny keep his momentum rolling, or will Scurll halt Williams reign as Zero-G Champion before it even gets started?

The ICW Tag Team Championships will then be on the line, as Chris Renfrew and BT Gunn of the New Age Kliq defend against the former WWE and World Tag Team Champions, Brian Kendrick & Paul London. The malicious Renfrew and Gunn have been as dominant as ever lately, capturing the Tag titles from Irn Jew in Edinburgh, before picking up consecutive wins over Grado and Wolfgang, respectively, at ICW: '1.21 Gigawatts, Great Scott!'. At ICW: Helter Skelter however, they will face their biggest challenge to date against the high-flying London & Kendrick, who will team together for the very first time in ICW in an attempt to defeat the insane anarchists, and take home the gold. Its one of the most exciting tag teams in wrestling, taking on two of the most dangerous men to ever lace up a pair of boots. This dream match may very well set the bar for what else is to come on the Magical Mystery Tour.

And finally, ICW Heavyweight Champion Jack Jester will face not one, but two of the most gifted and dangerous competitors in all of ICW, in the form of 'The Beast of Belfast' Damo, and 'Bad Boy' Liam Thomson. Jester has faced some huge challenges during his reign as ICW Heavyweight Champion, but at ICW: Helter Skelter, he faces, arguably, the strongest wrestler in ICW, and one of the most crafty and gifted grapplers in all of Scotland. Can Jester pull off another massive victory? Will Damo bulldoze his way to championship gold? Or will Liam Thomson outsmart both of his opponents, and take his place at the top of the ICW ladder?

Do not miss the ICW rosters triumphant return to Newcastle, this Sunday October 5th, for what will be an absolutely fantastic show. Tickets for ICW: Helter Skelter at the o2 Academy Newcastle can be purchased for Ticketmaster, the o2 Academy Newcastle website, and triplegmusic.com! Get yours now, or miss out on this monumental night!

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