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PROGRESS Chapter Two: The March Of Progress


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Following the amazing success of PROGRESS Wrestling's sell-out debut show on 25th March, "Chapter Two: The March Of Progress" has been confirmed for the afternoon of Sunday 24th June.

3.30pm start, doors open 2.30, finished by 7pm (just in case England reach the semi-finals of Euro 2012).


For anyone that missed the results, Nathan Cruz is the inaugural PROGRESS Champion after first defeating Colossus Kennedy in the opening bracket of the championship tournament, and then triumphing over El Ligero, Loco Mike Mason and Marty Scurll in the enthralling and often-times violent main event.

"Chapter One: In The Beginning" also featured what many observers are already touting as Match Of The Year and which many fans have fed back to us is "the best match we've ever seen in Britain", in which Marty Scurll defeated his LDRS tag partner in a 20+ minutes clinic of technical wrestling and hard-hitting brutality.


PROGRESS Wrestling puts on shows for grown-up wrestling fans - minimum age for entry is 14, and under-16s must be accompanied by an adult. We are non-PG, but not in a blood-and-gore sense!


Matches for Chapter Two will be announced in due course, however due to phenomenal demand subscribers to the PROGRESS mailing list will be given exclusive pre-sale tickets from 10pm tonight.

Join the mailing list here: http://groups.google.com/group/progresswrestling

Tickets will go on general sale on Saturday 31st March via http://progresswrestling.com/.


Follow us on Twitter @ThisIs_Progress or at http://www.facebook.com/ProgressWrestling for match announcements, news etc.

And of course we'll post up match-ups on UKFF as they're announced.


The DVD of Chapter One will be available by the end of April, and there are a handful of limited edition show-specific t-shirts still available via the website.

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The Vipers both come out of the London School of Lucha Libre (as distinct from Lucha Britannia) and are Will Ospreay (who also wrestles as a singles competitor) and Alex Esmail (who will be recognisable to some as one of the lead actors in "Attack The Block"). Together they make a very exciting, high-flying and skilful team.


The London Riots are James 'JD' Darmer (sp?) and Rob Sincaide, both of whom also work as singles competitors, and who have been working as a team for a couple of years (although not always under that name). They are more of a smash-mouth, brawling style.


Really looking forward to this match-up. One of the things we set out to do is give newer talent a platform - especially those that are in/near London - and I think this one could potentially go out and steal the show.


Hope that helps


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