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Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 21 Mar 2016, 5:34 pm

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I LOVE THIS COMPANY!


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Post by Marky on Fri 13 May 2016, 8:13 pm

Hell of a tournament!

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Re: Progress

Post by Dr Gregory House MD on Fri 13 May 2016, 8:40 pm

Hero's doing quite a bit in the UK atm, 2 Progress shots and Discovery plus he's in Dundee in a fortnight, which annoyingly I'm working

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Mon 16 May 2016, 6:35 pm

TK Cooper won the Battle Royal to close out the 16 names. Draw will be done this week I'm certain.

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Wed 18 May 2016, 7:12 pm

Sad news as Zack Sabre Jr is out of SSS16 due to injury, his replacement is someone else in WWE's Global Cruiserweight Series, Jack Gallagher!

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Re: Progress

Post by NickisBHAFC on Wed 18 May 2016, 8:07 pm

Sad

How long is he out for?

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Post by Marky on Wed 18 May 2016, 10:54 pm

Don't know. He's got a nasty cut on his arm which needed stitches so looking at a few weeks at least.

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Tue 24 May 2016, 10:30 am

Last 16 draw;

Day 1
Mark Haskins v Pete Dunne
Damon Moser v Mikey Whiplash
Kenny Williams v Zack Gibson
TK Cooper v Jack Gallagher
Dave Mastiff v Big Daddy Walter
Mark Andrews v Chris Hero
Sami Callihan v Matt Cross
Rampage Brown v Tommy End

And the main event of Day 1
Progress Tag Team Championship
The Origin (c) v London Riots

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Day 2 (Tournament brackets show the following possible matches)
QF:
Haskins/Dunne v Moser/Whiplash
Williams/Gibson v Cooper/Gallagher
Mastiff/Walter v Andrews/Hero
Callihan/Cross v Brown/End

SF:
Haskins/Dunne/Moser/Whiplash v Williams/Gibson/Cooper/Gallagher
Mastiff/Walter/Andrews/Hero v Callihan/Cross/Brown/End

Final:
Haskins/Dunne/Moser/Whiplash/Williams/Gibson/Cooper/Gallagher
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Mastiff/Walter/Andrews/Hero/Callihan/Cross/Brown/End

Final could well be Haskins v End based on Progress over the last few months but some mouthwatering matches on Day 1.

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Re: Progress

Post by The_Enigma on Tue 24 May 2016, 10:52 am

You ever used the Progress on Demand service Marky or purchased any DVD's? Think I may have to start cherry-picking a few shows to get totally up to speed...

Hero will destroy Mark Andrews and Sami Callihan v Matt Cross and Rampage Brown v Tommy End will make excellent additions. Shame about ZSJ!

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Post by Marky on Tue 24 May 2016, 11:38 am

I think you should go to the Manchester show next month before using On Demand.

I've used it and it's fine, never bothered with DVD's.

On Demand is great but being there live is even better and think you should go to it with no expectations.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun 29 May 2016, 12:42 pm

The origin vs London riots actually makes me cry that I'm missing it!

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Re: Progress

Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun 29 May 2016, 10:06 pm

Marky you got any spoilers mate?

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Post by Marky on Mon 30 May 2016, 9:35 pm

Progress SSS16:
Day 1:
Round 1 matches
Mark Haskins beat Pete Dunne
Mikey Whiplash beat Damon Moser
Zack Gibson beat Kenny Williams
Jack Gallagher beat TK Cooper
Big Daddy Walter beat Dave Mastiff
Chris Hero beat Mark Andrews
Sami Callihan beat Matt Cross
Tommy End beat Rampage Brown

Progress Tag Team Championship
London Riots beat The Origin to become the new Tag Team Champions

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Day 2:
Was announced Mark Haskins has been withdrawn due to collapsing after the show yesterday Sad

Winner gets Mark Haskins' quarter final place
Pete Dunne v Damon Moser v Kenny Williams v TK Cooper v Dave Mastiff v Mark Andrews v Matt Cross v Rampage Brown v Nathan Cruz v El Ligero
Mark Andrews pinned El Ligero

Quarter Finals
Mikey Whiplash attacked Andrews straight after Andrews won Haskins' QF place but Andrews beat Whiplash with a roll up
Zack Gibson beat Jack Gallagher
Chris Hero beat Big Daddy Walter
Tommy End beat Sami Callihan

Semi finals
Mark Andrews beat Zack Gibson
Tommy End beat Chris Hero
Marty Scurll was guest commentator for the semi finals and he and Hero had a verbal spat possibly setting up a match next month in Manchester

Dazzler Team beat Sweet Jesus in a number one contenders street fight for the Tag Team Championship

Roy Bodyguy's Wasteman Challenge was answered by Eddie Dennis. Meant to be a rap battle but Eddie Dennis sang Goldie Lookin Chain's "Your mother's got a penîs". Bodyguy owned Eddie with a very funny rap, they toasted with a beer. Then Bodyguy accidentally made Eddie spill his beer so Eddie laid him out!

SSS16 Final
Tommy End beat Mark Andrews despite failed interference from Mikey Whiplash, dedicated it to Kris Travis post match

Oh and Day 1 we smuggled in a sex doll and she ended up in the ring during Jim Smallman's intro to the 2nd half of the show...

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Re: Progress

Post by NickisBHAFC on Tue 31 May 2016, 12:06 am

London riots!

Buzzing for Tommy End.

Sounded like an incredible 2 days, gutted to miss it. Will be attending chapter 32 though.

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Tue 31 May 2016, 1:20 pm

"Riots on fire, Origin are terrified, Riots on fire, Origin are terrified, Riots on fire, Origin are terrified, Riots on fire...

...na na na na na naaah naaah na naaah naaah na naaah"

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Re: Progress

Post by NickisBHAFC on Tue 31 May 2016, 7:11 pm

Haha excellent.

Does this mean Tommy End will face Marty Scruel at chapter 31?

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Tue 31 May 2016, 10:11 pm

No mention yet of when End gets his shot.

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Re: Progress

Post by NickisBHAFC on Tue 31 May 2016, 11:07 pm

Hopefully it's 32 as I'll be there.

Can't believe the riots are champions though, that's excellent news.

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Post by Marky on Tue 31 May 2016, 11:31 pm

Chapter 32 tickets only went on sale today. Only 4 weeks away and the next show. Do you mean Brixton (Chapter 36?)

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Wed 01 Jun 2016, 12:45 pm

Both.

It's called booking tickets as soon as they go on sale, not hard marky!


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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Fri 03 Jun 2016, 11:39 pm

Jack Sexsmith stole our sex doll Shocked

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Mon 20 Jun 2016, 12:01 pm

Biggest news is that on September 17th and 18th, Progress will be heading to Canada in a Smash v Progress event.

SMASH v PROGRESS!

And as part of that upcoming rivalry, at next week's Chapter 32 Johnny Gargano will defend his SMASH Championship at PROGRESS in an open challenge!

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Chapter 31: All Hail the new Puritans was yesterday in Manchester, results below

Spoiler:
Atlas Championship Group Stage Tag Team Match
Big Damo and Joe Coffey beat Rampage Brown and Mikey Whiplash
*Was announced Michael Dante would not be present, Whiplash said he'd take his place, then refused to tag in so Rampage basically lost a 2 on 1 handicap match

Damon Moser beat Zack Gibson w/Nathan Cruz
*Moser earns a chance to get revenge on Cruz after their history with Moser being kicked out of The Origin ages ago, Gibson and Cruz laid Moser out post match with Cruz hitting a piledriver on a chair to Moser.

If anyone interferes both women are fired
Pollyanna beat Dahlia Black
*Jinny came to ringside mid match to try and get Pollyanna fired but was told by Jim Smallman that if she interfered she would be fired too, so she left!

PROGRESS Tag Team Championship
London Riots (c) beat The Dazzler Team to retain

FSU beat The Dunne Brothers

Mikey Whiplash beat Pastor William Eaver

PROGRESS Championship
Marty Scurll (c) beat Chris Hero by submission to retain in a brutal match
*Hero praised everyone at Progress post match to probably signal that's him done for now

And Chapter 32: 5000/1 is this Sunday in Camden, heavy v2 attendance as at least 3 of us will be there!

Card so far with more matches to be added this week;

PROGRESS Wrestling Championship
Marty Scurll (c) v Tommy End

Smash Wrestling Championship
Johnny Gargano (c) v ??? (Open Challenge)

Damon Moser v Nathan Cruz w/Zack Gibson

Atlas Championship Group Stage Match
Rampage Brown v Big Damo

Atlas Championship Group Stage Tag Team Match
Dave Mastiff and T-Bone v Iestyn Rees and Big Daddy Walter

TK Cooper v Jack Sexsmith

Jinny v Laura Di Matteo (formerly known as Elizabeth)


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Post by NickisBHAFC on Wed 22 Jun 2016, 5:24 pm

Marty Scruell vs Tommy End!

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Post by Marky on Wed 22 Jun 2016, 5:27 pm

For the title as well! Will be a cracker.

I'd kinda hoped Scurll would be the challenger to Gargano's title so that rules that out. Haskins not a bad shout for that.

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Re: Progress

Post by NickisBHAFC on Wed 22 Jun 2016, 5:56 pm

Haskins or Flash Morgan Webster


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Post by Marky on Wed 22 Jun 2016, 6:03 pm

Flash is injured long term. Managed to get two nasty injuries during his WWE Cruiserweight Qualifier against Zack Sabre Jr.

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Re: Progress

Post by The_Enigma on Wed 22 Jun 2016, 6:08 pm

PROGRESS will be returning up North for Chapter 34: KEEP IT UNREAL on Sunday August 14th.

TOMMY END, ZACK SABRE JR and WILL OSPREAY have all been confirmed to appear although no matches have been announced at this time. I truly believe this is a closing window before they are WWE or NJPW bound with appearances getting more limited.

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Post by Marky on Wed 22 Jun 2016, 6:14 pm

I'm jealous about Ospreay, although I'd like to think he'll be at the Brixton show in September.

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Re: Progress

Post by Marky on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 8:20 am

What a show man. Even Nando liked it Laugh

Results
Spoiler:
Jim Smallman opened the show, said whatever has gone on in the world everybody is welcome at Progress. Announced no Big Damo (5 staples in his head) or Mastiff (flu), replaced by Trent Seven and Zack Gibson respectively.
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Damon Moser asked for his match to be No DQ against Nathan Cruz w/Zack Gibson. Got his wish.

Nathan Cruz beat Damon Moser following a Conchairto from Cruz and Gibson. Was a brutal match. Cruz accidentally ended with mouthful of blood after a table dropkicked into his face.
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Jim Smallman asked someone in the crowd why he was being aggressive during match 1, after a public argument Jim threw him out (with the crowds backing) Laugh
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TK Cooper w/Dahlia Black beat Jack Sexsmith after interference from TK Cooper's mate Travis Banks. Sexsmith came out with OUR ACTUAL SEX DOLL FROM THE SSS16 WEEKEND Laugh And returned her to my mate in the 2nd row!
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Laura Di Matteo beat Jinny in an awesome women's match. Laura was Jinny's mistreated assistant for a very long time until finally snapping. Highlight was an unreal suicide dive from Laura into the crowd! Jinny attacked Laura post match which led to Laura saying this isn't over.
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SMASH Wrestling Championship
Johnny Gargano (c) v ???

Mark Haskins came out to accept the open challenge. Awesome technical match. The longer the match went on the more Haskins chants and less Johnny Wrestling chants were heard. Haskins making Gargano tap to his armbar to win the Smash Wrestling Championship at a Progress show! Huge reaction!

Gargano originally snatched his title back but then praised Progress and Haskins, told Haskins to show the world how good he is defending the Smash Championship and handed him the title.

Short video on the Smash Wrestling Facebook page here https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=657673677717521&id=108258929325668
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London Riots came out to show off their Tag Title Shields, they said to Jim Smallman they wanted to face the best. Jim announced at Chapter 33, Progress Tag Team Championship, London Riots v War Machine!
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Atlas Tournament Tag Team match
Zack Gibson (on behalf of Origin stablemate Dave Mastiff) and T-Bone beat Iestyn Rees and Big Daddy Walter via Gibson cheating and rolling up Rees with tights.

Gibson so over as a heel. So much heat. He had to literally shout how he was "Liverpool's number one" etc. Pretended to give the mic back to Jim due to the booing only to keep hold of it to antagonise the crowd further Laugh

Great showdown between Gibson and Walter too. Gibson chopping Walter to no selling, then Walter slapping Gibson's chest Big Show style Laugh
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Rampage Brown beat Trent Seven, Nando tells me Rampage won with a Piledriver but I went for a wee... I saw most of the match which was a feast of chops, right hands and clotheslines, and a part where they would repeatedly give each other a back suplex! Seven and Rampage both over.
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Progress Wrestling Championship
Marty Scurll (c) v Tommy End

Awesome match, after a ref bump, End made Scurll tap, but no finish. Scurll low blowed End. Scurll hit a Piledriver to End, new ref runs down, End barely kicks out! Scurll takes out the new ref with an umbrella to the face. Scurll locked in a choke on End using an umbrella which the referee (who barely recovered) couldn't see and he ruled End passed out.

Jim Smallman called cowpat and restarted the match, End hit the same sequence of moves that saw him pin Scurll non title 2 months ago, Scurll kicks out! End goes for a move across 2 chairs, lights go out momentarily, distracting End long enough for Scurll to roll him up and pin End with feet on the ropes!

That one was allowed to stand as the ref insisted he saw nothing wrong. End laid Scurll out and stormed up the ramp.

Progress trained Natural Progression Series 3 winner Pastor William Eaver came out to a HUGE cheer, Jim announced he was cashing in his title shot prize RIGHT NOW!

End watches from the stage as The Pastor hits a big clothesline to the already battered Scurll and is the NEW PROGRESS WRESTLING CHAMPION!

"Pastor's on fire, Marty Scurll is terrified"

Wild scenes in the Ballroom as someone who a lot of the fans have seen from literally Day 1 of his wrestling career (from the ProJo to the ENDVR shows to the main shows) is now Progress Champion.

Still buzzing really. I think everyone needs to get Progress on demand in their lives.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 10:21 am

THAT WAS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING, IM STILL IN ABSOLUTE BUZZ MODE! I LOVE PROGRESS SOOOOO MUCH!

If anyone says wrestling is rubbish, well they clearly haven't been to a progress show. Just incredible, I celebrated the ending like I do when Brighton score! The only difference I went more mental!

I'm signing up to on demand just so I can see it all over again.

Also that guy that got thrown out what a Mr Winklechops, were all one big progress family and I absolutely love it!

Photo with my boy Tommy end as well Smile


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Post by Fernando on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 4:14 pm

It was a great fun at Progress Ok! Would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys wrasslin'

Will Ospreay is back for the next show in London aswell Ok!

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Re: Progress

Post by The_Enigma on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 4:33 pm

Did you & Marky bump into Nick Fernando? Would make a great dark match to open the show Laugh Laugh Laugh

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Post by Fernando on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 4:36 pm

I walked past him several times and he never realized Laugh

#SuccessfulDaysWork

I just enjoyed Jim getting messed around by the sound guy after the interval.

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Post by Marky on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 9:15 pm

That sound guy was Jon Briley, one of the two founders of Progress (Jim the other, Glen Joseph who was on commentary being the third owner with Jim and Jon)

Not as if Jim could do anything about it like he could with annoying fans Laugh

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 27 Jun 2016, 11:08 pm

Sorry Nando didn't mean to be rude mate! Should of said hello!

The only thing that is keeping me going after England tonight, is that I'm still in buzz mode from progress Laugh

Next show I'm going to is the Brixton show in September.


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Post by NickisBHAFC on Sun 03 Jul 2016, 10:04 pm

signed up to the online demand today. Couldn't recommend it more.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 04 Jul 2016, 9:35 pm

Mark Haskins vs Will Ospray at chapter 33 in a number one contender match. Chapter 33 is looking decent.

Pastor William Ever vs Marty Scruell

London Riots vs War Machine.

Fly out to Portugal the following day, but it's looking hard to miss this!

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Post by Fernando on Wed 06 Jul 2016, 10:50 pm

Zack Sabre Jr vs Tommaso Ciampa at the 25th September show in Brixton
Tommy end is appearing aswell

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 25 Jul 2016, 9:04 pm

Anyone going to chapter 33 on Sunday?

I've decided against going as im on holiday the next day and ill probably go to Brighton vs Lazio.

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Post by Marky on Tue 26 Jul 2016, 5:56 pm

I'm going. Mainly cos I'm away in Lanzarote when Chapter 35 rolls around end of August.

Then it's Brixton...

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Post by Marky on Tue 26 Jul 2016, 7:03 pm

Keep your Brighton v Lazio mate.

Chapter 33 has a WASTEMAN CHALLENGE

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Wed 27 Jul 2016, 4:04 pm

Im going to Brixton. So ill probably hold of until then.

I love the wasteman challenge.

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Post by Marky on Tue 02 Aug 2016, 9:39 am

I had to cancel going at the last minute which was gutting but either way, an unreal show.

Chapter 33 results wrote:(via http://www.pwtorch.com/site/2016/07/31/731-progress-33-london-results-nxt-gm-william-regal-appears-new-progress-champion-ospreay-vs-mark-haskins-war-machine/)
PROGRESS Wrestling Results
“Chapter 33: Malice in Wonderland”
July 31, 2016
Camden, London, U.K. at the Electric Ballroom
Report by David Green, PWTorch U.K. correspondent

To say that Chapter 33 kicked off with a bang would be an understatement. Jim Smallman did his usual brilliant job of starting the show, introduced his colleague Jon Briley in the sound booth, as well as lamenting the fact that Glen Joseph was not in attendance due to recovering from his injury at the hands of Marty Scurll.

After introducing Callum Leslie and R.J. Singh at the commentary desk, Jim said he had another friend to introduce. WILLIAM REGAL’S music hit to a huge ovation and the man himself came out to say hello and state that the show was not about him, but the wrestlers in the back. He stayed in the crowd for the show watching very intently. ( Video at TalkSport.com )

(1) The Dunne Brothers (Pete & Damian) vs. Moustache Mountain (Tyler Bate & Trent Seven) went to a double count-out. This was a fun opener with the crowd coming alive for the very popular tandem of Bate and Seven, who impressed everyone by holding Damian in a vertical suplex for a solid minute while passing him to each other. The Dunnes kept Bate in their half of the ring for an extended beat down, with every near hot tag interrupted in increasingly frustrating ways. Bate managed to catch both Dunnes in his trademark Giant Swing/Airplane Spin combo.

Later, Bate managed to lift both Dunnes up in a double suplex before making the tag to Seven. Trent and Pete squared up to each other, but strangely didn’t come to blows. Instead, Trent turned around and levelled Tyler with a vicious forearm! If that weren’t enough of a shock, Damian questioned his brother as to what was going on, which resulted in Pete punting Damian in the family jewels! Trent and Pete surveyed the damage and both left the ring and stayed on the stage, where they were both counted out resulting in a draw for the teams. The new team shook hands to seal the deal, whilst Tyler and Damian sold confusion as to what had just happened.

Tyler Bate left the ring to a huge ovation after a star-making performance.

Match 2 – Jack Gallagher beat Zack Gibson via submission. This re-match from Super Strong Style Day 2 was preceded by the crowd not giving Gibson a chance to do his pre match promo by booing him vociferously. He made Smallman do the promo for him, but took over himself.

In attempted revenge for the last match at the ballroom, Gibson attempted to tie Gallagher up in a ball, but to no avail as Gallagher escaped and tied Gibson up once again. Gibson attempted the Shankly Gates submission, but Gallagher reversed it into a heel hook. Later Gibson went for a second rope lung blower, which Gallagher rolled into a modified ankle lock for the tap out. Top notch match from both as usual, with Gibson perhaps losing a little momentum in his quest to be recognised as the ” Weeeeerld’s number one.”

Following on was the Wasteman Challange from “Body Guy” Roy Johnson. Accepting the challenge on this evening was the very popular “Sexually Frivolent, Morally Ambiguous” Jack Sexsmith. After Johnson cut a very funny rap on Jack, Jack attempted to rebut by singing a romantic ballad, which was quickly cut off by Johnson. Sexsmith went on to cut a diss rap, but not on Johnson, rather on the trio that screwed him over at the last chapter, Travis Banks, T.K. Cooper, and Dahlia Black. After some less than pleasant remarks towards Black, the trio came out to confront Sexsmith. Johnson left the ring claiming it wasn’t his beef, leaving Sexsmith to take a beating, but he quickly turned around and chased the trio away. An impromptu tag team match was immediately made (playa).

(3) T.K. Cooper & Travis Banks beat Jack Sexsmith & Roy Johnson by pinfall. A basic but fun tag match that saw the New Zealanders keep control of Sexsmith for the most part. Johnson got the hot tag and ran roughshod on the villains. Dahlia Black caused a lot of distractions at ringside, causing Johnson to be knocked off the top to the floor at one point. While the referee was attending to Johnson, Black hit Sexsmith with a low blow, Banks with a spinning torture rack neck breaker and finally Cooper once again knocking out Sexsmith with his big right hand for the tainted win.
A good match to establish the new tag team that could be title contenders sooner rather than later.

(4) Mark Andrews beat El Ligero via pinfall. A match that I personally was very much looking forward to, with Ligero getting a lot of hate from the crowd. It was quite strange to see Ligero by himself without his Origin stablemates. There was a lot of back and forth high flying action, with Andrews hitting a tornado DDT on the floor late in the match. Andrews attempted a shooting star, but Ligero caught him with his knees. Feeling he had the win in his sights, Ligero set up for a suplex, with Andrews countering with an inside cradle for the out of nowhere win. A very good match that could have gone longer without out staying its welcome.

(5) Mark Haskins beat Will Ospreay by submission. The second half kicked off with the undoubted match of the night. This was the third time these two had squared off in Progress, with Ospreay coming out on top in both previous occasions. This was also Ospreay’s first appearance for Progress since March.

Ospreay came into the match nursing a shoulder injury, but after a great bunch of feeling out sequences, Ospreay was the aggressor in the match for the most part, even being slightly cocky at times. Any description I could give would not do the match justice. It was very back and forth in the latter stages, with Haskins kicking out Ospreay’s arm as he attempted a springboard. Despite having his arm worked over, Ospreay still managed to treat us to his “no hands” handspring kick (which he famously performed against Kushida in his New Japan debut). Some incredible counter wrestling and high spots came to an end when Haskins locked in the Star Armbar for the tap out and the No1 contendership to the Progress title.

After the match, the crowd called for Regal to sign both men up. Ospreay retorted, “He can’t sign me up, but if he signs anyone it better be you (Haskins).” Haskins was left with the mic to express how desperate he was to win the Progress Title, but in past occurrences he had been to quick to challenge and not prepared enough. He announced that he was cashing in his title shot against whoever the champion was at Chapter 36 in Brixton in front of the biggest crowd in Progress history.

(6) The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) beat War Machine (Ray Rowe & Hanson) to retain the Progress tag team championship. The match of hosses started out relatively tamely, with some typical big man moments, but nothing majorly engrossing. That is until the hot tag was made to Rob Lynch and the match turned around in a big way. Lynch threw Rowe and Hanson around like cruiserweights with German and belly to belly suplexes, before hitting a spear through the ropes to Rowe.

Hanson took both men out with a massive suicide dive, followed by Davis hitting a flip dive from a raised section of the ballroom. Back in the ring, War Machine hit both Riots with some incredible double team moves, but couldn’t put the champs away. They went for their Fallout finishing move, but Hanson was knocked from the top rope and Rowe was rolled up by Davis for the win. There may have been a cheeky handful of tights, but War Machine stilled adhered to the Code of Honor and shook the Riots’s hands.

(7) “The Villain” Marty Scurll beat “Pastor” William Eavor to regain the Progress World Championship. Eavor’s second defence of the title (after a successful defence recently in Ireland) was against a vengeful Villain, who immediately struck the champion with his umbrella and beat him down to get an early advantage. Scurll looked to get an immediate win, much like Eavor had done to him at the previous chapter, but Eavor fought back. This match was a big test for Eavor being his first main event with a lot of expectation, but he made a great accounting of himself.

Despite succumbing to much of Scurll’s trademark offence, Eavor rallied to catch Scurll with the Last Supper powerbomb followed by the Clothesline from Heaven, the momentum of which sadly knocked Scurll to the outside. At this point, a familiar voice was heard addressing the Pastor. From the stage emerged Sebastian, formerly of the Geezers tag team, returning to the company for the first time since November. He approached ringside stating Eavor was not all that he seemed and that he knew a secret about the Pastor. This distraction allowed Scurll to lock in the chicken wing. I couldn’t see if the Pastor gave up or it was a referee call, but the bell sounded for the submission, with Scurll becoming the first-ever two-time Progress champion.

A good show once again from Progress which, while maybe not as eventful as the last chapter, started setting up stories to be told for the huge show in September, with the likely main event being Mark Haskins challenging Marty Scurll should he make it to Brixton with the title. With the new stories of the new Pete Dunne/Trent Seven union, the fall-out from Eavor-Sebastian, and the continuing open challenge of the London Riots taking on anyone, anywhere, any time, the next few months will be very interesting in the world of Progress.

As if William Regal showed up!

And Scurll (c) v Haskins to go with ZSJ v Ciampa at Brixton too.

More announcements were made this week, with the list of 2017 dates announced.

2 shows in Birmingham next year!

Also with the big show in Brixton this year, next year's show at a similar time of year is "Venue TBA" so maybe it's becoming Progress's big annual event.

And SSS16 is becoming a 3 day event from next year which may change the format in some way, maybe to rival BOLA.

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Post by Fernando on Thu 04 Aug 2016, 11:29 pm

Ospreay vs Sabre Jr announced for Chapter 34 Ok!

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Post by Marky on Fri 05 Aug 2016, 6:19 am

Damn Manchester shows...

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Tue 09 Aug 2016, 5:56 pm

Progress big show next year in London, recon they will up it for from 2000?


Already excited for Chapter 36.

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Post by Fernando on Sun 14 Aug 2016, 3:56 pm

Scurll vs End vs Haskins - Chapter 36

Ballsy.

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 9:19 pm

Just watched Chapter 34 great show

London Riots vs War Machine was the best tag team match i have seen this year, up there with Riots vs SDS TLC.

Ospray vs ZSJ, well we all knew exactly how good it was gonna be.

The 6 tag match was great, really like the South Pacific Power Trip.

Got me more buzzing for Chapter 36!

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Tue 30 Aug 2016, 12:07 pm

Haven't seen Chapter 35 yet.

But for Chapter 36 we have confirmed

Scrull vs Haskins vs End for the Progress Championship

Rampage Brown vs Joe Coffey for the Atlas Championship

London Riots vs British Strong Style for the Tag Team Championship

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Post by NickisBHAFC on Thu 22 Sep 2016, 11:55 am

So its the biggest ever show this sunday at the 02 academy in Brixton.

Im away in Newcastle this weekend, so ill be trecking it down hungover on Sunday.

Anyone else going?

Should be absolutely incredible.

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