Stevie Boy VS Jordan Devlin
By Scott Reid
Posted On 25-04-2017 12:26 GMT
Tags: Jordan Devlin , Stevie Boy




At Barramania 3, technically Stevie Boy was the Last Man Standing, but he did not defeat Chris Renfrew and leave him lying. Chris Renfrew was dragged to "hell" by the returning 'Necromancer' Mikey Whiplash. As the brutal Last Man Standing match between Renfrew and Stevie Boy was drawing to its brutal conclussion, Stevie Boy was in a precarious position, with his hands tied behind his back. Renfrew was wielding a chair covered in thumbtacks, before the lights went out. When they came back on, Mikey Whiplash appeared from under the ring, literally tearing a hole into the canvas and dragging Chris Renfrew to hell, before stalking Stevie Boy, emerging with a noose in his hand, before disapearing back down the hole from which he had emerged, leaving more questions than answers. It goes without saying this has left some serious psychological damage on Stevie Boy.

When we last saw Jordan Devlin, he proved just how tough he really is when, during a World Heavyweight Championship contest with Trent Seven, he suffered a serious head injury when a dive over the top rope resulted in his head smashing the wooden floor with a sickening thud, opening the back of his head in the process. The match easily could have stopped there but Devlin refused to give in, and continued on in one of the most heroic efforts we have ever seen. With this act of super human ability, Devlin won the admiration and respect of the ICW fans and locker room alike.

On April 30th at the QMU in Glasgow, these men will collide for the very first time ever in what should be an absolute classic. Stevie will of course have the Whiplash effect niggling at the back of his mind but he has to leave it there, at the back of his mind, because he must be fully focused if he wants to defeat Jordan Devlin. Both men have proved how much physical pain they can endure, and on April 30th they clash and look set to further test each others limits.


Very limited tickets for this Sunday's event at the QMU in Glasgow are on sale at www.ticketmaster.co.uk!
 





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