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Super Strong Style 16 Day 2 Results 

Mark Andrews & Flash Morgan Webster defeated The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch)

Tyler Bate defeated Mark Haskins to advance to the Semi-Finals 

Zack Sabre Jr defeated Jack Sexsmith to Advance to the Semi-Finals 

Matt Riddle defeated Jeff Cobb to Advance to the Semi-Finals

Travis Banks defeated Flamita to Advance to the Semi-Finals

British Strong Style (Pete Dunne & Trent Seven) defeated Pastor William Eaver & David Starr.

Toni Storm defeated Laura Di Matteo and Jinny to become the first-ever PROGRESS Women’s Champion


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Super Strong Style 16 Day 3 results 

Wasteman Challenge
Flamita def. Roy Johnson, David Starr, “Pastor” William Eaver, “Flash” Morgan Webster, Mark Andrew, Jimmy Havoc & Jack Sexsmith

Super Strong Style 16 2017 Semi-Final
Travis Banks def. Zack Sabre Jr to advance

Super Strong Style 16 2017 Semi-Final
PROGRESS Tag Team Champion, Tyler Bate def. PROGRESS Atlas & WWN Champion, Matt Riddle to advance

#1 Contenders match for PROGRESS Women's Championship
Kay Lee Ray def. Katey Harvey

Submission match
PROGRESS Tag Team Champion, Trent Seven def. Mark Haskins by referee stoppage

PROGRESS World Championship match
Champion, WWE United Kingdom Champion, Pete Dunne def. Jeff Cobb

Super Strong Style 16 2017 Final
Travis Banks def. PROGRESS Tag Team Champion, Tyler Bate by submission to WIN the tournament

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Progress Chapter 50 Match Card 

PROGRESS World & WWE United Kingdom Champion, Pete Dunne addresses PROGRESS Management & Fans

PROGRESS Tag Team Championship match
Champions, British Strong Style (Trent Six Seven & Tyler Bate) Vs #CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos)

PROGRESS Women’s Championship match
Champion, Toni Storm Vs Kay Lee Ray

Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins Vs Nathan Cruz & Zack Gibson

Travis Banks Vs James Drake

The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) Vs Banter Edition (El Ligero & Dave Mastiff)

“Flash” Morgan Webster Vs Jack Sexsmith

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Progress chapter 50 results 

PROGRESS and WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne started the show by declaring that he would not be defending the PROGRESS World Championship until the Alexandra Palace show on September 10th against Super Strong Style 16 winner Travis Banks, claiming that he owns PROGRESS, the WWE and Sports Entertainment. Co-owner Jim Smallman reminded Dunne that he doesn’t own PROGRESS, and is contractually obligated to compete on their shows, and would be put in non-title matches – if any wrestler defeats him before September 10th, he will have to defend the title against them.

1: Toni Storm b. Kay Lee Ray to retain the PROGRESS Women’s Championship – this match started the show as Ray was booked to compete for Insane Championship Wrestling in Edinburgh, Scotland later in the evening – as it transpired, her flight was delayed and she didn’t make that show. A very physical bout, with lots of suplexes and dives to the outside. Ray kicked out of the Strong Zero, then hit Storm with the Gory Bomb and locked her in the Koji Clutch, which Storm escaped by touching the rope with her tongue. Storm retained the title with another Strong Zero, this time from the second rope.

2: The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) b. The Origin: Banter Edition (Dave Mastiff & El Ligero) – lots of comedy early, including Mastiff trying to get the fans to sing their entrance music “Turn the Page”, only for everyone to forget the lyrics to the song. Ligero and Mastiff did a trust fall at one point, and challenged the London Riots to do the same, only for Lynch to let Davis fall to the mat when distracted by Ligero offering him a pint of beer. The Riots eventually refocused, and got a much needed win after several losses in a row with the GBH pop-up Spear on Ligero.

3: “Flash” Morgan Webster b. Jack Sexsmith via disqualification – a very well natured match, with Webster settling into a defacto villainous role to base for Sexsmith’s offence. Sexsmith rallied and was about to use Mr. C**ko (a condom) on Webster when the lights went out and a siren blared. Out came Chief Deputy Dunne (formerly Damian Dunne), last seen in PROGRESS when his storyline brother Pete turned against him last year, and he proceeded to hit Webster with his megaphone to get Sexsmith disqualified. Dunne then attacked Sexsmith, declaring that Sexsmith and the PROGRESS fans were having too much fun, and as a member of the Anti-Fun Police, he was out to put a stop to it.

4: Pete Dunne b. Donovan Dijak in a non-title match – Dijak got a great reaction when he came out as a surprise, and stunned the fans with his dives, coming from a 6’7″ wrestler. It took Dunne a while to adjust, using underhanded tactics to get ahead. Dijak hit Feast Your Eyes, but Dunne rolled out of the ring. After some ringside brawling, Dijak went for it again, but Dunne escaped, landed a cheap shot, and won with The Bitter End. Dijak got a standing ovation after the match – he will appear for PROGRESS at their Freedom’s Road show for their ProJo graduates on Tuesday night (June 27th) at The Dome in Tufnell Park, London.

5: The Origin (Nathan Cruz & Zack Gibson) b. Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins – the show took place on Haskins’ birthday, so his wife came out and gave him and Havoc party hats and kazoos. Gibson ran them down for looking ridiculous, and said that Havoc won “The Tournament of Backyarders” (CZW’s Tournament of Death). This was mostly a brawl, and when referee Chris Roberts was taken down, Havoc gave Haskins a present, which Haskins unwrapped to reveal a steel chair. Haskins went to throw it, and it accidentally hit Havoc in the face, leaving Haskins prone to a Gibson rollup for the pin.

6: Travis Banks b. James Drake – solid match, with Drake working WWE main event heel style, controlling most of the contest. Banks fought back, hitting the Kiwi Krusher for a two count. Drake tried to pound his way to a win, but Banks withstood the punishment, and landed the Slice of Heaven on Drake for the victory to continue his momentum from winning the Super Strong Style 16 Tournament.

7: #CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos) b. British Strong Style (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) to win the PROGRESS Tag Team Championship – Brookes hit a big dive on Bate and Seven to start, followed by Lykos. Several minutes of outside brawling followed, with #CCK being thrown through chairs, and then hitting stage dives onto British Strong Style. Once the match officially started, the free-for-all nature continued, and #CCK were about to get the win when Pete Dunne came out, only for Travis Banks to fight him back to the locker room. Brookes kicked out of Seven’s piledriver and then dispatched him out of the ring, allowing Kid Lykos to hit an El Generico style Top Rope Brainbuster on Bate to win the titles in #CCK’s debut match in PROGRESS. Insane stuff throughout the match, and #CCK were massively over in the building.

Source: 411mania.com

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PROGRESS Wrestling presents “Revelations Of Divine Love” at The Dome, Tufnell Park, London on October 2nd.

PROGRESS have announced that they will hold a one night eight woman tournament to determine the next challenger for the PROGRESS Women’s Championship, currently held by Toni Storm.

The eight confirmed entrants in the tournament are: Chakara, Candyfloss, Alex Windsor, Charli Evans, Charlie Morgan, Zoe Lucas, Sierra Loxton & Millie McKenzie.

Source: hashtagwrest.wordpress.com

So this should be interesting, I don't think this is an actual chapter but it should be an interesting show.

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PROGRESS Chapter 56: La Danse Macabre Match Card


PROGRESS World Championship: Travis Banks (c) VS WWN Champion Keith Lee

PROGRESS World Tag Team Championship: CCK (Kid Lykos and Chris Brookes) (c) VS Grizzled Young Vets (Zack Gibson and JamesDrake)

PROGRESS Atlas Championship: Walter (c) VS Wolfgang

Progress Womens Championship: Toni Storm (c) VS Charli Evans

British Strong Style (Tyler Bate and Trent Seven) VS Sexy Starr (David Starr and Jack Sexsmith)

Omari & Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis) VS Connor Mills & Never Say Die (Alex Cupid & Dillon D'angelo)

Strangler Davis VS Timothy Thatcher

Pete Dunne to Address fans and Progress management


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PROGRESS Chapter 57: Enter Smiling


Main Event PROGRESS Championship: Travis Banks (c) VS Mark Haskins

PROGRESS Tag Team Championship: CCK (Chris Brookes and Kid Lykos)  (c) VS Ringkampf (Timothy Thatcher and PROGRESS atlas champion Walter)

Keith Lee VS "Flash" Morgan Webster

Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins VS Jack Sexsmith & ?

Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven and Tyler Bate) VS Grizzled Young Vets (James Drake and Zack Gibson)

Joe Coffey VS Doug Williams

Dahlia Black VS Alex Windsor VS Jinny VS Candyfloss

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1 hour ago, CobheadJake said:

Can someone do me a favour please? Each time there is a Progress event, can someone post the results please (including for this last one)? I don't watch them but they're a company I like to keep tabs on, so I'd like to see the results. Please and thanks.

Will do for the next event to help you out. If i forget to though i would suggest this website:


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