By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
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ICW Shug’s Hoose Party 5 – Night 2
Glasgow, Scotland at O2 Academy
Results courtesy of Insane Championship Wrestling
The show was opened by ICW founder and owner Mark Dallas, who gave the reins of the night to special guest General Manager/Commissioner Jeff Jarrett, giving him a guitar as a gift. JJ stated that being on an ICW ring is a dream come true.
1. Kez Evans defeated BT Gunn.
2. “The Kings of Catch” Aspen Faith and Lewis Girvan defeated Lee Hunter and Jim Hunter.
3. Andy Wild over Jody Fleisch.
Jeff Jarrett called out “Just Justice” Jackie Polo, suggesting that he finds his Just Justice shtick funny but a bit too close to a gimmick infringement. He then challenged him to a match – not against himself, but against a good friend of his: the returning former ICW World Champion Grado!
4. Grado beat “Just Justice” Jackie Polo. Polo attacked Grado with his trademark polo mallet only to be stopped by Jarrett, who then smashed his guitar on Polo’s head. Grado and Jarrett celebrated by singing “With My Baby Tonight”.
5. Aaron Echo defeated Jeff Cobb.
6. James Storm defeats Ravie Davie in a Deathmatch.
7. Viper defeated Kasey (w/The Wee Man) and Session Moth Martina to retain the ICW Women’s Championship.
8. DCT (w/Coach Trip) defeated Stevie Boy (w/Kay Lee Ray) to win the ICW World Championship.
The next show is ICW: Terminator 2.5 – It’s Yersel at The Garage in Glasgow (Scotland) on August 26.
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