August 24, 2009
Live from Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA
"King of the Carolinas" Marcus Anderson -VS- HUNK Massive
FINALLY! the arirval of the "King of the Carolinas"! Marcus Anderson has sat back for two months waiting to get his chance to prove he is ready. To lead off the show, Anderson will face the best opening match wrestler in the history of the squared circle, Hunk Massive. Can Anderson tame HUNKamania and show he is ready to move up the ladder?
Huevos Rancheros -VS- "American Samurai" Dez Carter
Huevos Rancheros is another of the legendary curtain jerkers ICWF employs and his job will be to give a return test to Dez Carter! Carter didn't fare well earlier this year when he tried out, but the "American Samurai" has his sights set on ICWF gold and his first step leads through the King of Mexican jumping beans!
Perfectly Perfect Duo -VS- 'Nuff Said
Lance and Max Stuff have made some amazing changes, largest of which is dropping their long-time manager Samantha Bevins. Steve and Keith of 'Nuff Said got an early run at the TV Tags, but now that the tag scene is peared down, the boys think they have a shot at the belts! One team will take a step toward claiming the title shot at September Fallout! Can the Studds bring home the title shot without the guidance that served them wellf or a decade?
"The Minnesota Assasin" Tex Colorado -VS- Colt Daniels
Tex Colorado is possibly the most underrated wrestler ICWF has, but this bruiser has a shot against the man with a dark cloud hanging over him in Colt Daniels. Daniels has been haunted by failures in the past several weeks, worst of all was a missed opportunity at the IC Title at Rain of Terror. Daniels must perform well in order to be in line for more title opportunities, but can he finally win? And will his former mentor Alex Adams allow it?
RJ Souza -VS- "Sadistic Insanity" Damian Payne
When the statistical rankings were relased two months ago, Souza surprisingly sat on top even with a shocking loss at Rain of Terror to Adam Northstar. Now Souza tries to legitimize that spot with a match against oen of the best ICWF performers of all time, Damian Payne! For Payne, the time is startign to show and the desire to once again wear ICWF gold is pressing on him. Can the ICWF phenom find his place again and take control of his own destiny?
"Offensive" Alex Adams -VS- Kayoken Shiro
IXWA's short-lived champion, Kayoken Shiro makes his return to ICWF after a very successful run in the developmental territory. Shiro doesn't get an easy opening match in ICWF as he draws legendary wrestler Alex Adams. Adams has been a star about everywhere he has performed and had been a topd raw for nearly a decade. Adams is also responsible for training many wrestlers...most recently ICWF standout Colt Daniels. Can the legend return to form against the d-league champ?
"FlyKing" Will Geddings -VS- "San Diego's Finest" Eraser
What a match in store here as Geddings, long considered one of the most underrated tlents in the sport, faces off against one of the most underrated stars in ICWF history, Eraser. Can Eraser stop the fun train that is WIll Geddings and return to title glory once again? Or will Geddings again pull a few tricks from his sleeve and throw "San Diego's Finest" off his game?
[By strong request of the board in hopes to appease VVV...]
Vile "Vince" Viper
WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS
A main event that is about as convoluted as it can possibly be. Vile Viper requested to team with World Champion Dexter Payne against NextWave as the only way to get VVV to show up in the building with the IC Title in tow since he is now not under contract to ICWF. Why would VVV request this match? We don't know, but one thing is for certain...Dexter better watch his back because the King of Snakes wouldn't have requested this match unless it aided him in his quest to hold the world title before he fully retired.
PLUS EXPECTED APPEARANCES BY television champion Rich Patterson, Alexander Megalos will address the ICWF and state his plans for the future and many many more!
***Card subject to change