ICW Is Ending Their Weekly Fight Club Series After Eight Years

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Insane Championship Wrestling is pulling the plug on their weekly show ICW Fight Club after eight years.

The UK-based promotion issued a press release this morning to announce the end of its weekly running series Fight Club.

The following is an excerpt from their press release:

Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), a revolutionary name in the world of professional wrestling, has announced a bittersweet farewell to its iconic Fight Club brand. The brand has been a cherished part of ICW’s legacy, serving as the cornerstone of the promotion’s weekly TV show since its inception in February 2015. The emotional send-off for Fight Club will take place on Sunday, 17 December 2023, at ICW’s studio, The Asylum, located in Glasgow, Scotland. Fans that cannot attend in person will be able to watch the entire event live on FITE, ICW’s official streaming partner. 

The decision to conclude the Fight Club era comes in response to the ever-evolving landscape of sports and entertainment content. ICW is committed to adapting to industry changes, ensuring it continues to provide high-quality content that aligns with the evolving preferences and viewing habits of its dedicated fanbase.

Insane Championship Wrestling has been the home of today’s WWE Superstars, including RAW’s Drew McIntyre and Piper Niven. The former NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn. As well as former NXT Tag Team Champions Gallus.

Tickets for the final Fightland go on sale Wednesday, November 15, at universe.com/icw.

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