PROGRESS is taking it to the next level.
PROGRESS Wrestling has been up and running for several years and in the past three years the promotion has risen its stock as more eyes are locking onto PROGRESS, ICW, ATTACK! Pro Wrestling and other wrestling promotions based in the United Kingdom. PROGRESS is also one of the promotions that has a working relationship with WWE as seen by the two allowing their respective wrestlers to compete for the other company/promotion.
On September 30th of this year PROGRESS will be hosting the biggest wrestling event in the United Kingdom in over 30 years inside of Wembley Arena which has a capacity of over 12,000 people. The promotion is also looking to branch into the United States as the dates for next month's tour of the U.S. have been revealed. On varying dates from August 4th through August 12th, PROGRESS Wrestling will be stopping through Philadelphia, Boston, New York City, Seattle, Chicago and Detroit. The talent roster for the tour has also been announced and further details on the shows are included in the press below by way of PROGRESSWrestling.com:
USA #CoastToCoast Touring Roster Announced
"Touring roster for the upcoming USA #CoastToCoast tour:
PROGRESS World Champion
Travis Banks (4th, 5th, 7th August only)
PROGRESS Tag Team Champions
Grizzled Young Veterans
PROGRESS Women's Champion
Jinny (4th, 11th, 12th August only)
WWE UK Champion
NXT Tag Team Champions
WALTER (9th, 11th, 12th August only)
Flash Morgan Webster
Jack Sexsmith (7th, 9th, 11th, 12th August only)
Toni Storm (4th, 11th, 12th August only)
4th August - PHILADELPHIA - 2300 Arena - TICKETS
5th August - BOSTON - Melrose Theatre - TICKETS
7th August - NEW YORK CITY - La Boom - TICKETS
9th August - SEATTLE - Washington Hall - TICKETS
11th August - CHICAGO - Cicero Stadium - TICKETS
12th August - DETROIT - Knights Of Columbus Memorial Hall - TICKETS
USA tour info and FAQ
not all wrestlers will appear on all shows"
PROGRESS' World Champion Travis Banks recently discussed how being in the promotion has elevated him as an in-ring performer. Click here to read that specific interview.