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Insane Fight Club II – This Time it’s Personal : Synopsis

Genuinely one of the most extraordinary televisual experiences I have ever had...

1x 60’
My Role
Exec Producer BBC Scotland
David Harron
Exec Producer IWC Media
Elspeth O’Hare
Prod Co
IWC Media
BBC1 Scotland
Transmission Date
10.35pm, 21st Jan (BBC1 Scot)
10pm, 1st July (BBC3)

Insane Fight Club is back. This year the boys are taking their unique form of entertainment to England as they stage fight nights in Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Newcastle.

With tickets to sell the boys embark on a road trip like no other as they invade each new city and come up with ridiculous new ways to grab attention.  They are serious about total UK domination and they’ll do anything to create a stir in the local and national press – from a tour round Brookside Close with Jimmy Corkhill to a spray tan that goes wrong with the Geordie Shore lads – their stunts become more outrageous as they hit each new city.

But it isn’t all anarchy and commotion - Insane Fight Club is promoter Mark Dallas’s livelihood – he makes a full time living from the fight nights and with a five year old son at home he needs to make the business work. This year also brings changes for fan favourite Grado as he struggles to juggle a new acting career with his full time job, his wrestling and his need for food.  Whilst Heavyweight Champion, Jack Jester faces the fight of his career as best friend and WWE superstar Drew Galloway challenges him for his title.

The stakes have never been higher - Can this merry band of friends fill venues in unfamiliar cities? Will it bring them the wider fame and recognition they crave? And will they still be friends at the end of it?

This is Insane Fight Club 2 and This Time It’s Personal