By Scott Reid
Posted On 10-08-2016 21:37 GMT
On Sunday 28th August, at The Garage in Glasgow, two former brothers-in-arms will go head-to-head one more time, as their issues reach a whole new high. In front of ICW's home crowd, 'The Oddity' BT Gunn will face-off against 'The War Boy' and The Leader of The Filthy Generation, Stevie Boy!
After months of fighting back and forth, following the breakup of the New Age Kliq, Stevie and BT were seemingly on the road to finalising their issues, in a mixed tag contest at Shug's Hoose Party III. However, following their match, The Filthy Generation would brutally attack BT and his tag partner, Carmel, with a steel pipe, looking to put The Oddity and The Pipebomb Princess out of action for good.
With revenge on his mind, BT Gunn has demanded one more shot at Stevie, and he isn't waiting for it. At our next Fight Club TV tapings BT Gunn & Stevie Boy will battle it out, but will the bad blood between them cause these two top competitors to tear each other apart?
One of the most popular and talented competitors in ICW history, BT Gunn is as skilled as he is deadly. Able transform from world-class grappler to blood-thirsty psychopath in a heartbeat, 'The Oddity' may be one of the proficient and impressive competitors in the entire country, but being the measuring stick that so many others compare themselves too brings enemies, and BT is never short of people looking to take his spot in ICW. Since the dissillusion on the New Age Kliq, Stevie Boy has been making it his business to ruin the life of BT Gunn, who has managed to keep his fractured psyche under control thus far, while fighting off The Filthy Generation. A man can only be pushed so far though. Will it only be a matter of time before Stevie sends BT Gunn off the deep end?
Despite being one of the younger members of the ICW roster, Stevie Boy has helped build the company into what it is today. A pioneer of the ICW tag division, Stevie Boy is a former Tag Team and Zero-G Champion who once had the crowd on his side, but in recent months, the former Bucky Boy has transformed into the Leader of Filthy Generation, tearing through anyone who gets in he and Kay Lee Ray's way, and making BT Gunn's life a misery. BT Gunn has been accomplished a lot during his time in ICW, but will Stevie Boy take it all away, if he achieves his goal of taking The Oddity out of action?
Stevie Boy has promised that one of them 'won't walk out' of the Garage, but will it be The War Boy or The Oddity who is left laying on August 28th?
Tickets for our Fight Club TV tapings on Sunday August 28th, at The Garage in Glasgow, are on sale now at www.ticketmaster.co.uk, www.triplegmusic.com and www.tickets-scotland.co.uk!