Jester vs Doros: KING OF INSANITY!

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Theo Doros has made it his personal mission over the past few years to bring order to the chaos of Insane Championship Wrestling, much to the dismay of every ICW fan. At Get The F Out on May 14th, Theo will need be thrown into the lions den, when he fights for everything he believes in, and faces Jack Jester in a King of Insanity match!

Since winning his match at Fear & Loathing XIII, Theo’s match rules have been added to every match in Insane Championship Wrestling, but that has been far from a popular decision. Known for it’s no holds barred style of pro wrestling, ICW has had to change completely under Theo’s laws, but owner Mark Dallas has a plan to try and take the company back to it’s old ways.

Playing on Theo’s desire for gold, Dallas struck up a deal with the self-proclaimed Wrestling God; If he wins his match at Get The F Out, he will receive a shot at both the ICW Zero-G & World Heavyweight Championships, but if he loses, the rules are gone from ICW. Theo happily agreed, but he really should have found out who his opponent was first.

The undisputed icon of ICW, Jack Jester is everything Theo Doros hates about ICW, so it’s only fitting that Dallas chose Jester to face Theo on May 14th, and to make things even sweeter, they will face off in a King of Insanity match. The Death Match of all Death Matches, King of Insanity is the most brutal match in ICW history. With the crown now around Jester’s head, after defeating BT Gunn at Fear & Loathing XIV, he will do everything in his power to make sure he never has to bow to Theo Doros!

Will Jester bring chaos back to ICW at Get The F Out, or will Theo Doros do the unthinkable, and become the new King Of Insanity?

Get The F Out takes place at The Garage in Glasgow, on Sunday 14 May! Get your tickets now at

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