By Scott Reid
Posted On 30-09-2016 14:13 GMT
With the announcement of the first ever Stairway To Heaven match, at Fear & Loathing IX on November 20th at The SSE Hydro, everyone is looking for their opportunity to be entered into the contest, to challenge for the ICW Zero-G Championship, and with the announcement of the first qualifying matches on October 9th at The Garage in Glasgow, fans are buzzing about the opportunity to see two former Zero-G Champions go head-to-head for their chance to compete at The Hydro.
In the first Stairway To Heaven Qualifying match, Andy Wild will go one-on-one with 'The Bollocks' Kenny Williams!
Returning to Insane Championship Wrestling recently to face Noam Dar in his farewell match, Andy Wild has been the talk of fans and ICW management alike. Following a lengthy social media campaign by fans, and his impressive performance upon his return, Andy appears to be here to stay in Insane Championship Wrestling, and is looking to get back into the swing of things very quickly, as he attempts to punch his ticket to Fear & Loathing IX on November 20th. A former ICW Zero-G Champion, Andy Wild may look like one of the most devastating heavyweights around, but he can move with the very best of them, possessing freakish agility that few can match. With his opportunity only a three count away, could Andy shock the world, and earn his spot at Fear & Loathing IX, after only 2 matches since his return?
While good fortune has favored Andy Wild recently, the same can not be said for Kenny Williams. The victim of controversy on a number of occasions, such as outside interference and questionable referee decisions, Kenny has been on an unfortunate losing streak since Shug's Hoose Party III, and just can't seem to catch a break. While he has been at the receiving end of some bad luck, nothing can take away from his constantly impressive performances. Looking better than he has in months, Kenny just needs his luck to take a turn, and this Stairway To Heaven qualifier could be just that. Having pursued the ICW Zero-G Championship ferociously since the end of 2015, Kenny will do everything in his power to pick up the win on October 9th, and earn himself a spot in the Stairway To Heaven match, but will he be able to get back into winning ways, or will 'The Bollocks' bad luck continue to haunt him?
Will it be Andy Wild or Kenny Williams who earns themself a spot in the first ever Stariway To Heaven match at Fear & Loathing IX, on November 20th at The SSE Hydro? Be there on October 9th, at the Garage, to find out!
Tickets for Sunday October 9th, at the Garage in Glasgow, are available now at www.ticketmaster.co.uk, www.triplegmusic.com and www.tickets-scotland.co.uk!