Before we get started, tickets for our next two shows can be found right here and we really are down to the last handfuls for both. We really do suggest you hurry up and secure yours, further information below.
Our final ever show at the Garage is of course the PROGRESS WORLD CUP on June 29th. We still had a non-tournament match to announce, but the ever-impatient PROGRESS Champion JIMMY HAVOC sent us this video to make his feelings clear:
So Mr Havoc wants a match… we have no problem with that. We’ve made a few phone calls and certainly have this situation well in hand. Good luck Jimmy, you’ll need it…
So to confirm: at the PROGRESS WORLD CUP on June 29th at the Garage in Islington, JIMMY HAVOC WILL DEFEND THE PROGRESS TITLE. Against who? Well, the only way to find out is to be there… and of course we also have the one-off World Cup tournament to crown a new number one contender as well, with eight of the very best members of our roster fighting it out. As it stands right now we only have TWELVE STANDING TICKETS REMAINING. Don’t miss out. Get yours by clicking here right now.
Today is a double Match News Monday though, with an announcement for the June 29th ENDVR:5 show too. This show is immediately before the PROGRESS World Cup show, and we only have 40 general admission tickets remaining. They’re half price when purchased with a ticket for the main show! Go here now to get one.
At ENDVR:5 we host two more Natural Progression Series qualifiers to determine the participants in July’s NPS match at Chapter 14.
With Chuck Mambo and Shen Woo already qualified, four more up-and-comers will be squaring off at ENDVR 5 to earn themselves a spot in that match and a real chance at an amazing kick-start to their fledgling wrestling careers.
The first pair set to do battle are the ‘Free Man’ STEVE BURDEN (now liberated from The Warden’s control) and the massively popular ALI ARMSTRONG.
Burden showed fans just how powerful he is back in April when he picked up a dominant first singles victory and has so far not been pinned in any of his ENDVR matches; Whilst Ali is massively popular and a talented wrestler, but still searching for his first win since his debut in September last year.
Who will progress (no pun intended) to CHAPTER FOURTEEN at the Electric Ballroom on July 27th?