Kid Fite vs Paul London
By Scott Reid

As of late, Kid Fite has had a lot on his mind. Alongside Liam Thomson, Fight Club were on a lengthy losing streak which appears to have caused a fracture in the teams long working relationship, and almost brought them to blows at ICW: 'The Goggles! They Do Nothing!' in February. On March 30th though, Kid Fite will have to put his current woes aside, and bring his absolute best as the ICW original takes on former WWE star, Paul London.

Fast, innovative and always exciting, Paul London has wrestled some of the biggest stars in the world in both the WWE, and on the independent circuit, such as William Regal, Samoa Joe and AJ Styles. Experienced as both a singles and tag-team wrestler, London has held the PWG Tag Team Championships, WWE Cruiserweight Championship, and was one half of the WWE Tag Team Champions alongside fellow ICW debutant, Brian Kendrick, in a reign that spanned 331 days. With his fearless high-flying style, London will no doubt be coming to ICW to thrill fans as only he can, but if he wants to walk out of the 02 ABC as the victor, he has to go through one of the toughest men in all of ICW.

Do not let Kid Fite's recent misfortunes fool you. While he may be going through some personal issues with Liam Thomson at the moment, Kid Fite brings with him a wealth of world-travelled knowledge and experience. Not only is he the only man to have appeared at every ICW event since the company's creation, taking on the toughest that the insane asylum has to offer, he has also competed against the likes of Kevin Nash, The Young Bucks and Paul London's often-tag partner, Brian Kendrick. Kid Fite never backs down from anyone, and has shown that he possesses the mean-streak necessary to defeat even the toughest opponents. On such a grand stage like ICW: Still Smokin' Kid Fite will not want to let an opportunity at glory pass him by, and he will no doubt do whatever it takes to make Paul London's ICW debut a night he will never forget.

So can Paul London pick up the victory in his ICW debut, by defeating one of the men who has helped build the company from the beginning? Or will Kid Fite be able to put his troubles aside, and knock off an internationally acclaimed star to put himself back in contention for championship gold in ICW? The only way to find out is to pick up your ticket for ICW: Still Smokin'!

ICW: Still Smokin' takes place on March 30th 2014, at the O2 ABC in Glasgow. Tickets on sale NOW at Ticketmaster UK, Tickets Scotland, TripleGMusic.com and the O2 ABC website and box office.