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PROGRESS Wrestling “Chapter 47: Complicated Simplicity” Results



Here are the results of PROGRESS Wrestling “Chapter 47: Complicated Simplicity” on April 23, 2017:

James Drake defeated Eddie Dennis

Laura Di Matteo defeated Alex Windsor in a semi-final match to advance in PROGRESS Women’s Championship Natural PROGRESSion Series IV

“Flash” Morgan Webster defeated Mike Bird by referee stopage

After the match, Mike Bird spitted at “Flash” Morgan Webster’s face as he left. “Flash” Morgan Webster grabbed a mic and thanked the fans for the support since he was out injured. As “Flash” Morgan Webster was about to leave, James Drake attacked him on the stage.

The South Pacific Power Trip (TK Cooper & Travis Banks) defeated The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch)

After the match, TK Cooper and Dahlia Black said farewell to PROGRESS as they’re heading back to New Zealand. Glen Joseph then came out and offered a tag team title shot for South Pacific South Trip. This led to British Strong Style coming out and said that they might give South Pacific Power Trip their title shot right now as they beat down South Pacific Power Trip. British Strong Style were about to break TK Cooper’s leg with the chair, but Ringkampf came down to the ring to make the save as British Strong Style retreated.

Mark Andrews Vs. Mark Haskins in a #1 Contender’s match ended in a draw

After the match, Jim Smallman, Glen Joseph, and Jon Briley announced that both Mark Andrews and Mark Haskins are the #1 Contenders for the PROGRESS Championship.

Jack Sexsmith defeated Paul Robinson in a Super Strong Style 16 Qualifier match where if Paul Robinson lost, he leaves PROGRESS.

After the match, Paul Robinson announced that he is not only done with PROGRESS, but he is done with wrestling in general as he have medical problems.

British Strong Style (Pete Dunne, Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) defeated Ringkampf (Axel Dieter Jr., WALTER & Timothy Thatcher) to retain the PROGRESS Championship and the PROGRESS Tag Team Championships

Author’s Note: This was a great show from PROGRESS. Every match on this show was good to excellent. If you haven’t already, please watch and support PROGRESS. You won’t be disappointed.

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