IWC kicks off 2018 with a bang at the Shannock Valley Youth Center in Rural Valley, PA for IWC FALLOUT! The action kicks off at 7:30 and we already have several matches to announce!

Brand new IWC World Heavyweight Champion Andrew Palace begins his title reign with a tough defense. Following his victory over Jimmy Vega$, Dylan Bostic earns a shot at Palace! These two men have a history going several years back. The two men feuded over the IWC Super Indy Title in 2015, culminating in a Hair vs. Title match that, obviously, Palace won. Can he repeat history here? Or will his boyhood dream get cut short by “Swaggy D”?

IWC Super Indy Champion Gory has been on a roll since capturing the title back in August, On January 20th, he defends the title against “The Natural” Ethan Wright! This young athlete trained by the legendary Harley Race has captured several championships throughout Ohio, and very nearly qualified for Super Indy 13 back in 2014. He looks to return to IWC to capture the championship that eluded him. But the “New Age Plague” Gory will not relinquish the championship that easily. Which man will walk away champion after January 20th?

After eliminating nearly the entire IWC roster at Winner Takes All, IWC High Stakes Champion Bulk Nasty continues his “Bulk Vs. The World” Tour on January 20th. This time, he faces off with “The Reaper” Matt Conard! Bulk Nasty doesn’t scare easily, but after getting an endorsement from the Hardys back in April at Night of the Superstars, Conard wants IWC gold and he will stop at nothing to get it! Will he be able to topple the “Walking Crime Scene”? Or will Bulk continue to trample the competition?

Somehow, Jaxon Argos is a two-time winner of the IWC Rookie of the Year award. The IWC web staff has searched thoroughly for voter tampering and has not been able to detect any wrongdoing (without being able to find out how many voters Argos paid off, of course), so the voting apparently stands. All this to the dismay of Dan Hooven, who it was revealed was the runner-up in the category. Hooven had a Cinderella first year, training alongside former IWC Champion “Big League” John McChesney for a run at the tag team titles. Now he returns to tag team action with “Double D” Darin Dinero to take on Team Storm! Will the “true” Rookie of the Year be determined in the ring that night?

We will see six-person tag team action on January 20th as IWC newcomer Mambo Italiano teams with Katie Arquette & Calvin Couture (collectively known as Hollywood Couture) to take on Keith Haught, Jason Tyler, and “Bloody Adorable” Jinx! One year into their respective IWC careers sees former classmates Jinx and Arquette once again at each others throats. Combine that with Haught’s recent issues with the loudmouthed Mambo and this is sure to be a combustable situation in Rural Valley!

The situation between Jock Samson and Shane InYaFace comes to a head on January 20th as the two men finally meet one-on-one in the ring! Back in July, Shane offered to step in to be Jock’s tag team partner for a night, as Magnum CK was injured, but it was ill-fated. Jock apparently attacked CK the next month, but it was all a ruse to lure in Shane for a two-on-one attack in October. InYaFace hasn’t been the same since, adopting a new attitude. After a flash knockout win over CK in December, Shane has his sights set on Jock. Will he finally get the revenge he longs for?

The ring will need to be reinforced for this one! After their incredible Rural Valley Lockdown match in September, the six men involved will square off in a six-pack challenge to determine the #1 contender to the IWC High Stakes Title! Officer Dan Murphy, “The Gavel” David Lawless, “The Country Hammer” Jami Jameson, Marshall “The Bull” Gambino, Corey Futuristic, and Chest Flexor look to earn a shot at the High Stakes Title! The combustable elements in this bout are sure to explode as rivals and tag team partners will all be equal opponents! Who will survive and walk away with a shot at the High Stakes Championship?

Former IWC Super Indy Champion Chris LeRusso has promised an announcement on January 20th. What does “The Heir Apparent” have to reveal?

After the two men took shots at each other at Winner Takes All in December, Jimmy Vega$ plans to call out IWC High Stakes Champion Bulk Nasty on January 20th!