IZW March 2 Preview

February 26, 2013 by
Filed under: Press Release, Upcoming Events, Wrestling News 

The March 2 edition of IZW on GFL.tv is shaping up to be a no-nonsense type of card as egos are running high and verbal checks are going to have to be cashed. It’s a new day in IZW and the rough and tumble style of professional wrestling cultivated in the Sooner State is like no other. For hard hitting, relentless action, tune in to IZW every Saturday night at 8:00pm EST to see wrestling’s finest put it all on the line and always in HD.

Already booked in tag team action, it will be Impact Division Champion Damien Morte and his partner Copycat versus “The Natural Born Leader” Johnny Z and Jermaine Johnson in what promises to be a knockdown, drag out fight. These four wrestlers will square off in singles competition at March Mayhem on March 23 with Morte defending his title against Johnson in a Falls Count Anywhere Match while Copycat and Z faceoff in another bout. This tag team contest is a great opportunity to set the table for March Mayhem and allow each wrestler to scout his future singles opponent up close and personal. Morte is a man possessed right now and full of Impact in everything he does. Can Morte push Johnson’s buttons and get under the skin of the Leader of the Hype Section? Morte has proven to be a human Gumby with an almost unbreakable spirit and body but will Johnson find a weak point, a chink in Morte’s armor, that he can use to his advantage during this bout and more importantly later on in March when the Impact Division Title will be at stake? Copycat and Johnny Z have been chomping at the bit to fight one another since Violent Valentine and this will be their first chance to put hands on one another. Will the Master of Mind Games, Johnny Z, find a mental weakness in Copycat that he can exploit or will Copycat, full of piss and vinegar, be able to thwart any extracurricular activities Z has planned by sheer power and aggression?

With Double D and The Convict still in hyper drive mode in their feud over the IZW Title, this week is bound to add another layer to the already combustible rivalry. D will get his rematch at March Mayhem, but don’t be surprised if these warriors can’t wait until March 23. They are like oil and water. Each time the two cross paths fisticuffs follow. Both promise to be in the Impact Arena where more blood will be spilt.

And what about the saga of “The Brass Bull” Bobby Starr? Last week he picked up a solid victory against Kevin Morgan, but was destroyed by his former mentor, “The Bronze Bull” Aaron Neil only moments later. Is Starr really prepared to square off against the big boys of Impact Elite? Neil has never looked more determined to hurt and cripple a man and that doesn’t bode well for Starr.

This is who we are! Watch all the feuds and all the rivalries inside and outside of the ring. Tune in to the Southwest’s premiere wrestling federation and find out what will happen next. Feel the Impact!

To learn more about IZW, visit us at these locations.

Website: www.izwrestling.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/IZWWORLD
YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/IZWOklahoma
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImpactZoneWrestling

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