Zero-G Championship Match Confirmed For The Square Go!

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The new ICW Zero-G Champion Theo Doros has a huge challenge at the 11th Annual Square Go, when he faces arguably his biggest rival in Insane Championship Wrestling.

Theo Doros has long claimed to be the saviour of Insane Championship Wrestling, having established a new set of rules for the company in late 2021, and in 2022, his focus shifted to the Zero-G Division. Known for some of the most exciting matches & wrestlers in ICW history, the Zero-G Division is built of the back of breath-taking highflyers and extreme risk-takers, but Theo Doros looked to change all that when he challenged then-champion Daz Black for the title at Fear & Loathing XIV. With aim to bring “real wrestling” to the division, Doros shocked the world when he captured the title and became Zero-G Champion, claiming his first title in his ICW career. However, he wasn’t the only man who scored a big win that night.

Saqib Ali has been part of the ICW roster since 2012, and has had mixed fortunes within the company. After a tumultuous split from his manager Chris Toal a few years ago, the Duo reunited in 2021, and have since become one of the most popular tandems in ICW. Also in that time, Saqib & Toal have been at constant odds with Theo Doros, with their fun-loving attitude clashing with the self-proclaimed saviour’s serious outlook on Professional Wrestling. On the same night Theo became Zero-G Champion, Saqib finally climbed the ladder, literally and figuratively, to earn himself a shot at the title at the Square Go.

The two rivals are now set for one more collision on February 26th, but will Theo’s reign of dominance continue, or will Saqib finally capture gold in Insane Championship Wrestling?

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