By Jamie Kennedy
Posted On 18-03-2015 15:19 GMT
Over the past few months, Lewis Girvan has been talking about himself in glowing terms, telling anyone who will listen that he's the biggest star in Scottish wrestling today. While it's hard to argue with the sheer talent Girvan possesses, it's ill-advised to poke the proverbial bear, especially when those "bears" happen to be Drew Galloway and Mikey Whiplash!
Undeterred, Girvan has pressed on, somehow also managing to juggle going after Kenny Williams in the process. The young prodigy has a lot on his plate, but would be wise not to under-estimate the current reigning ICW Zero-G Champion - so prolific is Williams that he has perhaps been the hardest working champion in pro wrestling currently, defending his title against all comers and never shying away from a fight.
At ICW Spacebaws: Episode VI - Return Of The Jewdi this past Sunday, Kenny once again left the building with his Zero-G belt, despite Noam Dar's foot being on the rope. Nonetheless, the referee didn't see that Dar was breaking the count, and Williams was victorious, certainly under dubious circumstances. It had been a dream match for ICW fans, one which ended controversially, but nobody can say Williams doesn't deserve a slice of luck, given his workhorse mentality.
Earlier in the night, Lewis Girvan just came up short against the 'Iron Man Of ICW' Joe Coffey, but once again showed exactly why he has such a high opinion of himself, very much giving his all against the ICW World Heavyweight Title contender. It had been a thrilling bout, one which Girvan will point to as evidence that he should have title gold around his waist in ICW.
InsaneWrestling.co.uk is delighted to announce that on April 11th, 2015, Girvan will finally get his crack at the ICW Zero-G Title, as the company rolls into Nottingham for ICW: The Princess Is In Another Castle. Lewis Girvan vs. Kenny Williams will be a cracker of a contest, no doubt, but there are already fans talking about how Girvan's ego would be out of control if he had a title.
Attacking Williams both physically and verbally over the past few months, this match has been on the cards for a while. It's unlikely Kenny himself is too disheartened by the idea of defending his Zero-G Title once more, and there's a little extra added spice to proceedings due to neither man seeing eye-to-eye with the other.
Limited tickets are still available for ICW: The Princess Is In Another Castle. The event takes place on Saturday, April 11th, 2015 at Rock City in Nottingham, England.
∙ Barramania - Mikey Whiplash vs Lewis Girvan
∙ Blow In The Cartdridge - Polo Promotions vs Global Bollocks
∙ Kenny Williams Vs. Noam Dar