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PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 74 ‘Midweek Matters’ Results – New Champion Crowned

Find out the huge news coming from PROGRESS’ first ever non-weekend Chapter show, Chapter 74 – Midweek Matters.

It was a history making night in Camden Town as not only did PROGRESS hold their first non weekend chapter in their history, but we also saw ‘The Ring General’ take control of the companies most coveted prize.

WALTER captured the PROGRESS World Title, defeating Travis Banks with a sit-out piledriver, sending the Electric Ballroom crowd into raptures. Despite the no-count out stipulation, Banks tried his best to sneak away with the belt, either with the help of TK Cooper, a steel chair or a title itself. But thanks to some quick officiating and Tyler Bate taking the belt off of Banks, the PROGRESS faithful finally have a new champion heading into Wembley Arena.

Speaking of Wembley, another huge match was made for September following Doug Williams retaining his Atlas Division Title against TK Cooper. After he won via his Chaos Theory German Suplex, Trent Seven made an appearance and challenged Doug to a title match at Wembley, stating that he will be the one to take the gold and in turn, retire Williams.

Our other two title matches also had the champions retaining, with Jinny keeping her PROGRESS Womens Title against Millie McKenzie, forcing her submit after constant interference from The House of Couture.

PROGRESS Tag Team Champions The Grizzled Young Veterans held on to their gold and nabbed two points in the Thunderbastard Tag Team Series, seeing off the Anti-Fun Police with their tombstone/codebreaker combination.

Also in the Thunderbastard Tag Team Series, the newly added team of The 198 got two points on the board, beating Aussie Open when Wild Boar dropped Kyle Fletcher with the Trapper Keeper.

A number one contender was also decided for the aforementioned PROGRESS Womens Title, as Toni Storm beat Laura Di Matteo with a pair of piledrivers. Post-match, The House of Couture attacked both women before Millie McKenzie and Candyfloss made the save. It seems the battle lines have been drawn within the division.

Finally, in a wild four way match, Pete Dunne got some momentum heading into his clash with Ilja Dragunov, beating Chris Ridgeway, Eddie Dennis and Mark Haskins when Dunne hit The Bitter End of Ridgeway as The 198 had Haskins taken out at ringside.

 

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