Warrior World Wrestling Champion KC Navarro made his UK debut during the AEW All In weekend, firstly facing Nick Wayne in a brilliant high-flying match and then teaming up with Team Mayfairs against Team Miller in a pier-six brawl.
The PROGRESS Wrestling fans at the Electric Ballroom for both shows were absolutely riveted by his performance in both matches and he received a please come back chant from the crowd.
Roll on a few months later and The Sugar Rush is indeed making his way back to PROGRESS Wrestling to defend his Warrior World Wrestling Championship in a four-way match that promises to steal the show at The Long Halloween.
He told our media team after the August show this about his Warrior Wrestling Championship:
“Since I became Warrior Champion by beating England’s favourite son Will Ospreay… let me get that in there. I. Beat. Will. Ospreay. I changed the colour of the strap, I’ve made it a World Title by taking it everywhere from Australia to the UK. I’m doing really big things, so hopefully soon PROGRESS Wrestling and Warrior Wrestling can do something really cool together.”
We think so too… we are BLESSED.
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KC Navarro, The Sugar Rush.
After debuting in PROGRESS in August the Warrior World Wrestling Champion, KC Navarro has already made lots of UK fans both live and through DEMAND PROGRESS PLUS.
His victory over Will Ospreay to win that title speaks for itself and in recent weeks he has picked up worldwide wins over the likes of Matt Cardona, Brian Kendrick, TJP and Dan Maff.
His UK run is far from over and we can’t wait to see his high-flying matches in PROGRESS Wrestling.
Notable matches in KC Navarro’s history include:
KC Navarro vs Nick Wayne
Team Tate Mayfairs vs Team Simon Miller
KC Navarro may have only been in PROGRESS Wrestling for a hot minute, but he has already made a huge impression on the fans in the Electric Ballroom. Make sure you see KC Navarro matches in the UK before he becomes a signed talent worldwide star.