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This Saturday at 5pm UK time, Chapter 105: Bring The Thunder drops on both WWE Network and Demand PROGRESS, featuring: PROGRESS’s 7th incarnation of the Natural Progression Series reaches its culmination: NPS7 Semi Final - Danny Black vs Warren Banks NPS7 Semi Final - Luke Jacobs vs Ethan Allen Lykos Gym vs Gene Munny and Big Guns Joe Elijah vs Chuck Mambo NPS7 Final – semi final winners compete for a future World Title Match PROGRESS World Champion Cara Noir vs Chris Ridgeway - World Title Match The first ever Women's Thunderbastard match - winner becomes No.1 Contender to the PROGRESS Women's...

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Our communication over the last number of days has not been good enough and we’re sorry. In the statements of the 20th and 22nd of February, we shared the talent feedback about their experiences at the tapings, specifically regarding safeguarding measures put in place, COVID safety precautions, and the overall work environment. The purpose of the statement on the 22nd of February was to address Paul Robinson. We were wrong to include the feedback of talent on the general work environment in this statement. It was not the correct time nor place, and we would like to take this opportunity...

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It was always our intent to name talent competing on each card, so that those who wish to watch can make a judgement for themselves. When a talent is working in a non-performing capacity, we require their permission to name them publically.  Paul Robinson has agreed that we can state that he was working as an agent on Chapter 104-108. Paul Robinson would have been an in ring competitor on this card, which changed only with conflicts of availability, and would have meant him being announced in the originally planned card. To reiterate our statement from 20th February, all talent...

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Whilst we are very excited to share with you Chapter 104 we wanted to take this opportunity to explain how this show came into being. The venue used was Theatre Peckham in London and these tapings occurred in late January of this year. Adam Burns from Theatre Peckham had this to say about the venue: “Arguably London's first Covid-secure venue, Theatre Peckham prides itself on its safety record and is delighted to host Progress Wrestling, who share our values and commitment to providing a covid safe filming location.” All PROGRESS talent and crew were tested, monitored and bubbled by an independent...

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Hi everyone,  Myself and James wanted to provide a further update in regards to the manifesto PROGRESS published last week.  The fans committee – this will be wholly independent of us, our only involvement has been to say we will make ourselves available for monthly (or more frequently if needed) conversations with them. Please contact Progressfancommittee@gmail.com and they will advise on further details, they are in the process of putting together who will make up this group. Merchandise and wrestlers – there will still be the ability for a talent to sell their own merchandise and interact with fans, if they decide...

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