Breaking news from IWC Headquarters! IWC Super Indy Champion Jonathan Gresham has promised to put his title on the line against all comers from all corners of the globe. After his initial challenge, former champion Gory answered the call, looking to regain the title he lost in the Super Indy 17 tournament, which saw Gresham defeat the man who pinned Gory in the tournament, David Starr, to win the title. We thought that match was set heading into August 11th, but a wrench has been thrown into the plans… a big, Olympic-athlete-sized, King of the Suplexes wrench named Jeff Cobb! Cobb contacted IWC officials looking to answer Gresham’s challenge for August 11th as well! There was no choice but to put all the men in the ring at the same time and have them fight it out for the IWC Super Indy Championship! With the added dynamic of an extra man in the ring, will Gresham be able to make his first defense a successful one? Will Gory be able to regain the title? Will Cobb come from out of nowhere to steal the title from both men? Only one way to find out….

PLUS all the huge action previously announced for Caged Fury 2018…

IWC World Heavyweight Champion Wardlow will defend his title against “The Next Trending Topic” Jack Pollock! Pollock earned his title shot at Threat Level Midnight: Part Deux by pinning the owner of IWC Justin Plummer in a grudge match. Wardlow is once again on a roll in IWC after regaining the title from Andrew Palace back in March at Seventeen after a controversial ending to the event which saw the formation of a new Team Labar, an alliance with Palace and The Mane Event, and Pollock with Team Storm sticking their nose in between. With all the extra bodies getting involved lately, the decision was made to pit the two athletes inside the steel cage! With the walls up and the cage door locked so nobody can get in or out, which man will emerge victorious?

Marshall “The Bull” Gambino will defend the IWC High Stakes Title inside the steel cage against Chest Flexor in what has been called “Marshall Gambino’s Final Match!” Gambino and Flexor have had their issues over the High Stakes title as of late. After Gambino challenged Flexor’s wife and manager Ginger to a dog collar match at Threat Level Midnight: Part Deux, Flexor got involved, the Sexy Talented Dudes came to his aid, and Jami Jameson returned with a barbed wire board to even the odds. Gambino challenged Flexor to one final match for the title inside the cage so none of the STDs or Jameson could get involved. Which of these two men will walk away with the High Stakes Championship? Is this really the swan song for the legendary Gambino family in IWC?

After Special Guest General Manager Bruce Prichard gave Team Storm a match against Shane Taylor at Threat Level Midnight: Part Deux, he decided they were good sports and gave them a shot at the IWC Tag Team Titles at Caged Fury 2018. However, IWC owner Justin Plummer wasn’t just going to leave it at that. Prichard’s controversial decision-making at the end of Threat Level Midnight saw him cost The Mane Event the tag team titles against Team Labar (and Andrew Palace the IWC World Heavyweight Title), so Plummer granted TME a rematch against Team Labar at Caged Fury, making it a triple threat match! Which of these three teams will walk away with the IWC Tag Team Championship?

Another controversial move by Bruce Prichard saw him re-hire Jock Samson at the end of Threat Level Midnight: Part Deux, with Jock attacking Andrew Palace. Jock very publicly quit IWC back in March and took his bag with him out the front door, threatening to go to every other wrestling promotion in the Pittsburgh area. On social media, Jock called out IWC owner Justin Plummer and Palace for their so-called “unprofessioanal” behavior, but failed to present any proof or examples. To finally even the score, Plummer put Jock in the ring with Palace at Caged Fury 2018 so Jock could put up or shut up! Will he be able to put his money where his mouth is?

In a huge No Disqualification Match, The Culmination will take on Keith Haught, Dan Hooven, and a mystery partner! The Culmination have made Keith Haught’s life a living hell. After Haught’s best friend Remy Lavey turned his back on Haught and joined the dangerous Cogar Brothers, the Culmination have made it their mission to see Keith alone and distraught. One made who hasn’t let that happen is Dan Hooven. While The Culmination has sought to destroy anybody who aligns themselves with Haught, including Jason Tyler and Santana Diamonds, Hooven has stood by Haught through thick and thin. But, they’re only two men taking on a team of three. Do Haught & Hooven have anybody explosive enough to stand by them and take out Lavey & The Cogars? We’ll have to find out on August 11th!

Two tag teams make their IWC debut in two different ways on August 11th! Ohio stand-outs Tre Lamar & Chase Oliver, known as No Consequences, make their IWC debuts against two IWC mainstays Darin Dinero & Colby Redd, debuting their new team the Sadie Gang! Lamar & Oliver come to IWC from the AIW Traning Academy in Cleveland, OH. With a little over a year in wrestling under their belt, they’ve quickly become two of the top young stars in AIW. Meanwhile, Dinero & Redd have decided that their whole may be greater than the sum of its parts and decided to try their hand at the tag team division in IWC. Which young team will make an impact on their first nights in IWC?