PROGRESS rounded off their March weekender in Birmingham, with a lot of fallout from yesterday in Bournemouth and another slot at Ally Pally decided.

    Chris Ridgeway qualified for the field of 16 for 2019’s Super Strong Style, forcing Spike Trivet to submit via armbar, joining DJZ and Jordan Devlin, who qualified yesterday.

    Do Not Resuscitate attacked Ridgeway post match, but Eddie Dennis, Jimmy Havoc and Mark Haskins saved him from further damage.

    Do Not Resuscitate did had some good fortune that night as Bill Eaver and Chuck Mambo beat The Anti Fun Police, once again courtesy of a spare turnbuckle brought in by Chuck Mambo.

    Havoc and Haskins bounced back from disappointment in Bournemouth to defeat Team Whitewolf in a highly competitive tag team match, A-Kid succumbing to a rainmaker/roundhouse kick combination.

    Jordan Devlin joined forces with El Phantasmo and Angelico in the main event of the evening but they were unable to stop the South Pacific Power Trip in a lucha rules six man tag. TK Cooper got the win rolling up ELP using the ropes for leverage.

    After some negotiations between the two that fell apart, Trent Seven beat Austin Theory in non-title action, with the Atlas Division Champion defeating the EVOLVE Champion with his burning hammer. 

    Kasey Owens had a banner debut in PROGRESS, teaming with Jinny and Laura Di Matteo as they won against Nina Samuels, Session Moth Martina and Millie McKenzie where Owens picked up a pinfall over Nina Samuels.

    Finally, DJZ could not make it two out of two this weekend as he lost to Eddie Dennis.