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November 23rd, 2016

IWC closes out 2016 on Saturday night December 10th, 2016 with Winner Takes All! The action kicks off at 7:00 PM at our home base of Court Time Sports Center in Elizabeth, PA. Several matches have been announced previously, and have been seen on social media, so we're here to round them all up for you!

Ever since DJZ recaptured the IWC World Heavyweight Championship back in March, he has taken on all comers. In addition to defending the title in IWC, he has also been competing all across the globe, including for TNA Impact Wrestling. Unfortunately for DJZ, he has suffered a myriad of injuries over the last several months that has kept him out of action in IWC. Justin LaBar has taken notice of that, and in the wake of Team LaBar's victory over Team IWC at House of Hardcore in October, LaBar was able to choose DJZ's opponent for Winner Takes All on December 10th. Seizing an opportunity, LaBar chose none other than RJ City to take on the battered DJZ for the IWC World Heavyweight Championship! Will "Mr. Sports Entertainment" be able to recapture the IWC Title? Or will DJZ keep fighting despite the odds against him?

Earlier this month, Chris LeRusso offered to put his Super Indy Title on the line against anyone... in the world! Now the challenge has been answered! Formerly from right here in Pittsburgh, but now residing in Mexico as a major player in CMLL, Sam Adonis has answered the call and is coming home! Will LeRusso continue his reign on top of the Super Indy division, or will Adonis take the title south of the border?! 

After many years of featuring the best female competitors in the world, IWC will finally crown the very first IWC Women's Champion! Much consideration was put into deciding just who would be in the four-way to crown the champion, and it came down to these four women. April Sera was the first female trainee to go through the Iron City Wrestling Academy. She spent time away from IWC but made her return this past summer, attacking Ray Lyn before she exited IWC. Marti Belle was seen on IWC live events for several years before landing in TNA, and since then she has helped to rebuild the women's divison. Sonya Strong is the wildcard in this bout, having never competed in IWC before. Sonya was trained at the House of Glory Wrestling school in New York by Amazing Red & Brian XL. This tough-as-nails competitor from the Bronx wants to make a huge impact on her first night in IWC. Finally, Britt Baker has been redefining women's wrestling in IWC since her debut in July 2015. She has not only taken on several women in IWC, but also a few men! She has also competed for promotions like AIW, Ring of Honor, and was seen on Monday Night Raw back in July. Which of these ladies will walk away as the very first IWC Women's Champion??

The Fraternity have had a stranglehold on the IWC Tag Team Championship since they won them nearly one year ago in December 2015. Trent Gibson & Channing Decker have defended the titles by hook or by crook against some of the best tag teams from around the country, and none of them have had their number... except one. Remy Lavey & Keith Haught were able to shock the world at Night of the Superstars in April, capturing the titles while WWE Hall of Famer Booker T looked on. Unfortunately, Haught & Lavey were upended for the titles only 2 weeks later (thanks to Marshall the Bull and an errant cage door). Now after finishing their rivalry with Marshall and earning his respect, these two dudes are looking to catch lightning in a bottle twice and recapture the titles! Will The Frat hang on to the championship? Or will Haught & Lavey shock the world once again? 

Team Storm has been a thorn in the side of Andrew Palace for the last several months. Bryan Bowers started the whole ordeal by calling out Palace several times, voicing his displeasure with his status in IWC. In September, Bowers introduced his entourage, Jaxon Argos & RC Dupree, fellow students of Lance Storm's Storm Wrestling Academy. Bowers since announced his retirement from wrestling, but Team Storm remains undeterred in their mission to gain full-time employment with IWC. As a result, they issued a challenge to Palace for a handicapped ladder match at Winner Takes All, with IWC contracts hung above the ring! Will Argos & Dupree be able to continue to poke and prod Palace while being contracted to IWC? Or will Palace rid himself of his pests once and for all?

Two bulls are on a collision course and will finally meet one-on-one at Winner Takes All! Wardlow feels he's the one true big man in IWC. But to really claim that, he'll have to eliminate the man who's been here since the beginning, former IWC World Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Vega$! Wardlow and Vega$ have been trying to tear each other apart for months, and they will finally get their wish on December 10th! The ring will need to be reinforced for this one as the irresistable force meets the immovable object!

Last year at Winner Takes All, a new tradition began in the form of the Proving Ground Battle Royal! Darin Dinero was able to withstand 20 other men en route to a shot at the IWC World Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Nutts at Proving Ground 5 in February. This year, we're opening the field to any competitor who wants to enter, and their reward will be a shot at ANY championship of their choice at Proving Ground 6 in 2017! Who will step up and earn the opportunity of a lifetime?

IWC presents Winner Takes All on Saturday December 10th, 2016 at Court Time Sports Center in Elizabeth, PA with a special belltime of 7:00 PM. Tickets are on sale now HERE!