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ICW Square Go 2020 Review

We look back at the ICW Square Go 2020, discussing the build up to the show, the matches and the fallout we could see coming from the event.

Our team look back at the first big ICW event of the decade in the Square Go 2020.

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ICW’s first big show of the decade was a familiar one in the form of the Square Go.

Held at Glasgow’s SWG3 for the second straight year, the event is often one looked forward to by many of the promotion’s fans.

This is primarily due to the event’s showpiece match – The Square Go. ICW’s equivalent to the Royal Rumble, the match differs from the WWE version in that five random entrants are given a weapon to use.

With a packed card overall, the 9th annual Square Go 2020 had the potential to be an absolute classic.

On top of the main event, every single one of ICW’s championships were up for grab. Liam Thomson looked to regain the Zero G Title he lost in dubious circumstances to Leyton Buzzard back in December.

Having ended her year-long battle to become ICW World Women’s Champion, Aivil makes her first big defence against NXT UK’s Isla Dawn.

It’s been quite a journey for Lou King Sharp and Krieger from comedy team to firm fan favourites. But would it be enough to propel them to glory as they challenged The Purge for the ICW Tag Team titles.

Stevie Boy and Noam Dar are two wrestlers whop literally grow up in ICW before their careers took different paths. In a dream match for the promotion’s fans, they square off for ICW’s richest prize.

With so much to digest, Derek Kernahan and his panel review the Square Go 2020. They look in-depth about each match, how the built-up transitioned into the show and how the results will effect ICW going forward.

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