Joe Coffey VS Stevie Boy
By Scott Reid
Posted On 28-01-2016 02:44 GMT
Tags: Joe Coffey , Stevie Boy

As ICW's 100th show draws closer, two of Insane Championship Wrestling's most talented stars are set to face off for the first-time ever in an ICW ring. This Sunday, January 31st, at the Garage in Glasgow, 'The Iron Man' Joe Coffey will go one-on-one with Stevie Boy!

Two men who last crossed paths during their early days in ICW's tag team division, Joe Coffey and Stevie Boy are now men who stand on their own two feet, and are each looking to get some momentum goin after the Fifth Annual Square Go. In a match of strength vs speed, will The Iron Man or The War Boy come out on top, at ICW's 100th show?

Undoubtedly one of ICW's most popular stars to date, 'The Iron Man' Joe Coffey has grown from one half of an impressive young tag team into, arguably, the best pound-for-pound wrestler that ICW has to offer. Driven and committed to success like no other, Joe Coffey dedicates his entire existence to becoming the best professional wrestler that he can possibly be, having travelled all over the world to perfect his skills in the ring. Having stated that he takes no sides in the ongoing war between Red Lightning and Mark Dallas, Joe is a man who stands alone, completely committed to his mission of one day becoming ICW World Heavyweight Champion. At ICW's 100th show, can Joe pick himself up after narrowly missing out on winning the Fifth Annual Square Go, and get himself back into winning ways on the road to glory?

During the history of ICW, arguably no-one has evolved more than the former ICW Zero-G and Tag Team Champion, Stevie Boy. Once the rarely-heard daredevil of The Bucky Boys, Stevie Boy has truly come into his own over the last 12 months, stepping out as a top singles competitor, and leaving his past well and truly behind him. While he may have ended 2015 on a not-so-great note, losing the ICW Zero-G Championship, Stevie Boy is a man determined to get back into the title picture, and reclaim the coveted gold. While his opponent this Sunday may be a much larger, stronger competitor, Stevie is a lightning fast athlete who can take on anyone, with his daring aerial assault, and never-say-die attitude serving him well time and time again. Can Stevie get this monetum going in 2016 by taking out one of ICW's biggest competitors?

This battle of Strength and Speed takes place this Sunday, January 31, at the Garage in Glasgow, at ICW's 100th show! Tickets are on sale now at and!

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