By Scott Reid
Posted On 11-08-2015 00:56 GMT
ICW's Edinburgh Fringe run is a unique time of year, as it allows for a large number of new and unique match-ups to be seen by fans, and at ICW: The Ministry Of Silly Headlocks this Sunday at City Nightclub in Edinburgh, fans will be treated to a match between two of the most devastating strikers in the game, as Trent Seven goes head-to-head with Dickie Divers.
Having built up a very strong relationship with the ICW fans in a very short space of time, Trent Seven is already hugely popular, due to his very physical style in the ring. Dishing out horrific chops which rival that of anyone in professional wrestling, Trent not only deals out a great amount of punishment, but he can also take it as well, as seen in his previous ICW encounters with Mikey Whiplash and Mark Coffey. As tough as they come, Trent Seven is almost custom made for the brutal setting of Insane Championship Wrestling. This Sunday however, he takes on a man who can may be even more resilient than himself, as he takes on Dickie Divers.
A former ICW Tag Team Champion and Square Go winner, Dickie Divers has picked up his fair share of big victories in ICW, and that is by no means due to luck. As methodical as anyone in ICW, Divers is a master tactician in the ring, who can also withstand a great deal of punishment, as showcased in his multiple ladder matches in Insane Championship Wrestling. With lightning quick feet, one of Divers most important weapons in his arsenal is his kicks, which can knock an opponent out cold if fired perfectly. An extremely physical competitor, there may be no man better suited in ICW to take on Trent Seven.
It's chops vs kicks, as Trent Seven and Dickie Divers go one-on-one this Sunday. Can Trent Seven pick up his first ICW victory, or will Dickie Divers get himself back on track now that his issues with the NAK have been put to one side?
ICW: The Ministry Of Silly Headlocks, the 3rd night of ICW's Flying Circus run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, takes place at City Nightclub in Edinburgh this Sunday, August 16th. Tickets are available now at www.ticketmaster.co.uk