PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 63 ‘Take Me Underground’ Results

PROGRESS headed up to Manchester where titles changed hands, major title matches were announced and tenuous friendships were fractured even further.

Travis Banks retained his PROGRESS World Championship in a triple threat match against his South Pacific Power Trip tag partner TK Cooper, and his CCK compatriot Chris Brookes when he made Cooper tap to the ‘Lions Clutch’. Following the match, Brookes shook hands with both his opponents, but when Brookes tried to offer his hand to Cooper, Cooper slapped him and left the ring; causing further friction.

We crowned new PROGRESS Tag Team Champions as Jimmy Havoc and Mark Haskins shocked The Grizzled Young Vets (James Drake & Zack Gibson). The title change came about through some inadvertent help from Flash Morgan Webster, who distracted the now former champs leading to Havoc and Haskins winning the belts with the Acid Rainmaker/chest kick combination.

Webster didn’t fare so well in his match against Mark Andrews following a distraction from Vicky Haskins. Whereas Vicky had helped Flash get a win at Chapter 62, it was her taking Flash’s moped helmet that led to Andrews hitting Stundog Millionaire and the Shooting Star Press for the victory.

However, post match Eddie Dennis continued his campaign to rid the wrestling world of Mark Andrews by attacking him from behind and even trying to pillmanize his ankle until the ring crew prevented any further damage.

British Strong Style had mixed fortunes in Manchester, with Tyler Bate submitting to Zack Sabre. Jr via the Young Boy Killer in a phenomenal contest, where as the seldom seen team of Pete Dunne and Tyler Bate beat the international dream team of David Starr and Matt Riddle when B.S.S hit a Burning Hammer and The Bitter End on Starr.

It also appears that Toni Storm is finding it very lonely at the top as PROGRESS Womens Champion. Following her and Charlie Morgan‘s victory over Jinny‘s henchwomen of Chakara and Nina Samuels, Morgan shockingly betrayed Storm with a superkick and seemingly joined forced with the injured number one contender.

PROGRESS Atlas Champion WALTER brutalized Mark Davis with a series of chops that left the Aussie competitor’s chest bleeding, and then forced him to submit with the Gojira Clutch, cementing his position as the best big man in PROGRESS or perhaps even the world today.

Drew Parker advanced to the semi finals of the Natural Progession Series, after he beat Spike Trivet with the small package driver. Trivet got the last laugh as he smashed Parker with his champagne bottle to leave The Urchin Prince laying.

Finally, we had a huge announcement from Jack Sexsmith, who announced that he will be cashing in his title match he won in Sheffield at Chapter 59 at Chapter 69, PROGRESS’ biggest show in Manchester ever entitled ‘Be Here Now’ and he will face the PROGRESS World Champion (whoever that may be).

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