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PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 84 ‘Eskeewd Beef! Have Anybody Got Any Bokkle Oran Doove?’ Results – Huge Matches Announced

Check out the big stories from PROGRESS’ Chapter 84 ‘Eskeewd Beef! Have Anybody Got Any Bokkle Oran Doove?’

PROGRESS had their latest chapter in the Electric Ballroom in Camden and a number of big moments set the tone for the months to come.

WALTER defended his PROGRESS World Championship against Chris Ridgeway. After surviving a brutal contest, WALTER levelled Ridgeway with a lariat to hold on to the gold. However, PROGRESS Atlas Division Champion Trent Seven made his way to the ring to challenge WALTER to a title unification match at Alexandra Palace over Super Strong Style 16 Weekend. Trent successfully defended his title against WALTER’s Ringkampf stablemate Timothy Thatcher earlier in the night, dispatching him with a burning hammer.

Swords Of Essex made it 2-0 against Aussie Open, defending their PROGRESS Tag Team Titles. However, this phenomenal contest did have a controversial ending as Will Ospreay got the win after levelling Mark Davis with one of the tag title belts. An enraged Davis cashed in his Natural Progression Series title shot to give him and Kyle Fletcher another match against Ospreay and Paul Robinson, but this time the belts will be suspended above the ring in a tables, ladders and chairs match.

This match will take place at the next Ballroom show in March, alongside another match which was announced; the third match in the show-stealing series between CCK and L.A.X.

We also saw the formation of a new faction, as Travis Banks recruited some help to take out Jordan Devlin. Banks lost by disqualification, but he gained the help of NIWA and TK Cooper who beat down ‘The Irish Ace’, and formed a new and improved South Pacific Power Trip.

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Nina Samuels qualified for the PROGRESS Women’s Title fatal four way, shocking Jinny with a roll-up out of nowhere. Millie McKenzie also picked up a singles win, defeating Bea Preistley with a spear.

Finally, an injury to Mark Andrews saw Mark Haskins having to take on Do Not Resuscitate‘s Spike Trivet and Chuck Mambo two-on-one, but they still needed Drew Parker to interfere causing the disqualification.

However, a ghost from their past appeared as Jimmy Havoc made his return to the Ballroom, brutalising the members of D.N.R with a steel chair.

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