On September 30th, 2018 PROGRESS Wrestling makes a long awaited debut in the SSE Arena, Wembley in London. Three years ago PROGRESS Wrestling put on their largest ticketed show to that date, entitled Chapter 36: We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Room, again. Chapter 36 saw 2,400 fans in the Brixton Academy and was held in September 2016. This was the largest PROGRESS show up to that point. Chapter 55: Chase The Sun was almost one year after Chapter 36 and PROGRESS Wrestling were set on making their September shows bigger than normal. PROGRESS hired out the biggest venue this particular British independent Professional Wrestling company had hired up to that point, Alexandra Palace, and on September 10th, 2017, PROGRESS Wrestling held Chapter 55. On the night of September 10th, 2017 PROGRESS Wrestling announced they Chapter 76 would be held in an even larger venue one year later, Wembley. This will be the biggest show that PROGRESS have put on.
The Line-up for Chapter 76: Hello Wembley
- PROGRESS World Championship Match – WALTER vs Tyler Bate
- PROGRESS Atlas Championship Match – Doug Williams vs Trent Seven (If Doug loses, he retires)
- PROGRESS Women’s World Championship Match – Jinny vs Toni Storm vs Millie McKenzie
- PROGRESS Tag Team World Championship Match – Flamita & Bandido vs The 198 vs Grizzled Young Veterans vs Brooks & Thatcher vs Aussie Open vs Mills & Mayhew vs Sexy Starr vs Anti Fun Police
- Singles Match – Pete Dunne vs Ilja Dragunov
- Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match – Mark Andrews vs Eddie Dennis
- No Disqualification Grudge Match – Jimmy Havoc vs Paul Robinson
- Matt Riddle’s Final Independent Wrestling Appearance – Mark Haskins W/ Vicky Haskins vs Matt Riddle
In the build up to this historic show, PROGRESS tweeted a link to watch last year’s September show, Chapter 55: Chase The Sun, from Alexandra Palace. You can watch this show in its entirety for free on YouTube.
Also available to watch on YouTube for Free is Chapter 36: We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Room, again. This was the show that PROGRESS held in September 2016 and was in the Brixton Academy.
There are some tickets in the £35 price range left, with all tickets in the £45 and £55 price range sold out. If you are interested in buying tickets to this event, Click Here. or you can watch this show after on PROGRESS Wrestling’s On-Demand service, Demand PROGRESS.
If you do not have tickets to Chapter 76: Hello Wembley, Jim Smallman, one third of the driving force behind PROGRESS Wrestling tweeted “Tomorrow lunchtime I’ll do a little giveaway for a couple of tickets for @ThisIs_Progress Wembley on September 30th. So keep your eyes peeled” at 10:09 PM – September 16, 2018.
I will be at this event on September 30th and would love to meet anyone who reads this blog, so don’t be shy when messaging me on social media or email. @ProWresMatthew