BT Gunn VS Kay Lee Ray
By Scott Reid
Posted On 05-05-2016 20:30 GMT




The dissolution of the once-dominant New Age Kliq has seen all parties involved go in very different paths in Insane Championship Wrestling. While some appear to have moved on, and are focusing their attention elsewhere, the bad blood between 'The Filthy Generation's' Stevie Boy & Kay Lee Ray, and 'The Oddity' BT Gunn has shown no signs of calming, and with Stevie Boy out of action due to an injury, BT Gunn looks to aim his near-uncontrollable rage on 'The Queen of Hardcore' Kay Lee Ray this Sunday, May 8th, at the Garage, when the two meet in the ring for a one-on-one contest.

A former ICW Heavyweight Champion, BT Gunn may be one of the best talents that the country has ever produced, but underneath all that skill lies a fractured and unpredictable mind that makes The Oddity one of the most dangerous men in all of ICW. Able to switch from being a dazzling in-ring competitor, to a bloodthirsty psychopath at a moments notice, absolutely no-one can truly prepare for BT Gunn, and it is that unpredictability that makes him so dangerous. With Kay Lee and Stevie having betrayed BT, The Oddity is out for vengeance, but will he get some retribution this Sunday at The Garage?

Anyone dubbed 'The Queen of Hardcore' must be a very unique competitor, and this exactly what Kay Lee Ray is! A pioneer of the ICW Women's Division, Kay Lee has long been a trend-setter in Insane Championship Wrestling, competing in some of the companys most memorable, exciting and barbaric matches. Constantly in the ear of her man Stevie Boy, Kay Lee is as conniving as she is talented, always ready with a plan up her sleeve. While many people would shudder at the thought of having to face a vengeful BT Gunn, Kay Lee Ray is fearless, and with Stevie Boy by her side, could she leave The Oddity disappointed once again, when she meets him in the ring this Sunday, May 8th?

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