Joe Coffey VS Grado
By Scott Reid
Posted On 26-02-2016 02:31 GMT
Tags: Grado , Joe Coffey

With Insane Championship Wrestling making it’s way to Ireland for the first time ever this weekend, the top stars of ICW are scheduled to appear, and on Sunday, February 28th at The Academy in Dublin, The Iron Man will go one-on-one with The Stevenston Dream, as Joe Coffey takes on Grado!

Two men who formed an unlikely bond over the past year, Grado and Joe Coffey have nothing but respect for one and other, but in Dublin, their friendship will be put to one side as they go head-to-head for the first time in 2016 at The Academy in Dublin.

Having had a rollercoaster few months in ICW, winning the ICW World Heavyweight Championship in November, only to lose the title 2 months later to Chris Renfrew, Grado could be forgiven for taking some time out to re-assess his approach In ICW, but never one to disappoint the fans, The Stevenston Dream has refused to let his recent heartbreak beat him down, and has come back looking stronger than ever before. With a fire in his eyes, and a desire to become ICW World Heavyweight Champion once again, Grado makes his way to Dublin on February 28th to take on a man who helped him unlock full potential ahead of his huge win at Fear & Loathing VIII. While he may be at a size and strength disadvantage, can Grado’s heart and newfound edge lead him to a huge victory, on the first weekend of the ‘Aff The Telly’ Tour?

One of ICW’s most popular stars ever, ‘The Iron Man’ Joe Coffey has built a following that is almost second to none in Insane Championship Wrestling. Having been a constant on previous ICW tours, Joe has fans far and wide, and that fan base comes by no accident. Touted by many as the future of British Wrestling, Joe Coffey is as committed and driven as they come, constantly pushing himself to be better, each and every time he steps in the ring. Determined to make 2016 his year in ICW, Joe has refused to take a side in the Mark Dallas/Red Lightning war, instead swearing to forge his own path, with help from no-one else. If he wants to earn one more shot at the ICW World Heavyweight Championship, Joe understands that he has to go through some of the biggest names in ICW, and in Dublin, a victory over Grado could be the a huge step closer to getting one more opportunity at the gold.

These two huge stars lock horns at The Academy in Dublin this Sunday, February 28yh, but will The Iron Man reign supreme, or will Grado kee his momentum going, and get one step closer to reclaiming the ICW World Heavyweight Championship?

Tickets for this show on Sunday, February 28th, at The Academy in Dublin are available now at!

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