PROGRESS Wrestling hosted their 46th Chapter event this past Sunday. ‘I Like to Chill out Here and Shoot some Dinosaurs’ took place at a sold out Electric Ballroom in Camden, London and featured one of the most stacked cards in company history. Here are the results:
The Origin (Nathan Cruz & Zack Gibson) b. The Origin ‘Banter Edition’ (Dave Mastiff & El Ligero) – The long standing Origin stable officially imploded in a fun opening bout which ended with a double lung blower from Cruz/Gibson for the win
Natural Progression Series IV Semi Final Match – Toni Storm b. Dahlia Black – Despite TK Cooper’s attempted interference Storm hit a Piledriver to secure a place in the Natural Progression final against Jinny. The winner of that bout will be crowned the first ever PROGRESS Women’s champion. Unfortunately after the match it transpired that Dahlia Black had broken her ankle:
Staying positive ? pic.twitter.com/aM7E54UWJr
— Dahlia Black (@blahliadack) March 27, 2017
Travis Banks b. Jack Sexsmith – Banks took the win after a fantastic back and forth match that further solidifies Jack Sexsmith as one of the rising stars on the UK scene.
Mark Haskins b. Axel Dieter Jr. – After a technical showcase Haskins took the win with his Sharpshooter variant
Loser Leaves PROGRESS Fans Bring The Weapons Match – Jimmy Havoc b. Will Ospreay – Before the bout Ospreay demanded that it be changed to a ‘loser leaves PROGRESS’ match. Company co-owner Jim Smallman agreed and after 3 Barbed Wire Acid Rainmakers Will Ospreay’s PROGRESS Career is seemingly over.
PROGRESS Tag Team Title Match – Trent Seven & Tyler Bate (c) b. The Hunter Brothers – British Strong Style unveiled a brand new set of Tag Team belts to replace the company’s Tag Team Shields. BSS retained their newly designed belts (which you can see below).
— Leather Rebels (@LeatherRebels) March 26, 2017
PROGRESS Atlas Title Match – Matt Riddle (c) b. WALTER – Riddle successfully defended his ATLAS title via submission
PROGRESS World Title Match – Pete Dunne (c) b. Mark Andrews – After a match marred with controversy (and a false finish) Pete Dunne leaves once again with the PROGRESS title around his waist.
— PROGRESS Wrestling (@ThisIs_Progress) March 26, 2017