Ladies, gentlemen… let’s take a quick stroll in the backstage of an ICW event. No, we won’t be telling you any secrets of the trade – but we will introduce you to the man who takes pictures so lively that by watching them you feel you are at the show, so good that you’d like to print them out...
This long, fantastic interview with the great Chris Renfrew ends here. And, like with any fireworks display, the loudest bangs come at the end.   ***WARNING: this interview contains expressions - and an image - that may offend someone’s sensibility.***    WtW: Let’s touch on hardcore wrestling. You did a lot of hardcore matches; is there anywhere you’d stop, anything you’d refuse to...
Let’s now enter the backstage and talk business. Obviously, talking business with Chris Renfrew means talking about ICW, and talking about ICW means talking about dreams: some have come true, others haven’t – yet.   ***WARNING: this interview contains expressions that may offend someone’s sensibility.***    WtW: You also are a booker in ICW, alongside Mark Dallas, aren’t you? How much do you contribute...
***WARNING: this interview contains expressions that may offend someone’s sensibility.***   Today, Chris Renfrew tells us about the NAK, about a certain utopia and about some crucial moments in his career. Read on!   WtW: Let’s talk about the NAK nowadays: you were born as a proper heel faction, now you get mixed reactions – or rather, at least in Glasgow, you are pretty...
***WARNING: this interview contains words that may offend someone's sensibility.***   We’re back with Chris Renfrew. We were talking about his epic feud against his best friend, BT Gunn.   WtW: When you started that feud, did you already know exactly how it would end? CR: Oh, yes. We had that angle planned for about one year before it even happened. Well, no, maybe...
***DISCLAIMER: this interview contains language that some may consider inappropriate***   Today we timorously knocked the door of The Asylum, the headquarters of Insane Championship Wrestling, to have a chat with one of the most relevant faces in the promotion that is bringing a revolution into professional wrestling, the mouthpiece (and arguably the leader) of the New Age Kliq, the man...
22 October 2001. FMW. Hayabusa, one of the faces of the company, is wrestling Mammoth Sasaki. He goes for a Springboard Moonsault, one of the moves he performs in every match. But he slips on the ropes, falls on his head and crushes two vertebrae. He’ll never walk again. 5 August 2015. Hayabusa leaves his wheelchair and, for the first...
This is the last part of our long interview with Jack Jester. Amongst other things, we’ll talk about emotions and we’ll find out what does Jack think of those who think that wrestling is fake. Read on!   WtW: What is your personal training regime? JJ: I train all day on Sundays, Tuesday nights and sometimes on Thursdays, I am at the...
We’re back for the fourth part of our chat with Jack Jester – who doesn’t measure his words!   WtW: Do you like watching deathmatch wrestling? JJ: I hate watching gimmick deathmatches. Most of them are pathetic. Obviously there’s lots of people who like watching them, and I’m cool with that obviously, to each their own. I’ve always said that I want to...
We’re back with Jack Jester. He’ll tell us about the break he took from ICW after losing the title… and then we discuss hardcore wrestling and blood! Read on.   WtW: After that match, after dropping the title you left ICW for a while. Was that the plan all along? JJ: Not really, but I was starting to feel unwell. It was...