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2017/02/05
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ICW Zero Gravity Championship: Kenny Williams (c) vs. Ricochet

Ricochet came in hot with a float-over northern lights suplex then a forward roll into a dead-lift brainbuster but Kenny managed to get his shoulder up before the three count. The champion springboarded off the ropes with his trademark back elbow but it wasn’t enough. Ricochet took back control, even nailing the Benadryller, but Kenny still managed to kick out. The Future of Flight came in hard with a barrage of stiff kicks to the face, but Kenny showed why he’s champion by kicking out yet again. Ricochet appeared to have Kenny set up for the Vertigo, but Kenny was able to counter into a rollup for the victory to retain his title. The two showed each other mutual respect afterwards, raising each other’s arm while the crowd chanted for one more time.

Winner and Still ICW Zero Gravity Champion: Kenny Williams

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