PROGRESS Wrestling Presents ~ Chapter 167: One Bump Or Two?

🤼 PROGRESS Wrestling are back at the Electric Ballroom in Camden Town for their latest show of 2024!  

All wrestling roads lead to the Camden Town for Chapter 167: One Bump Or Two.  PROGRESS Wrestling tickets are on sale now.

It’s National Tea Day, and what better way to celebrate the nation’s favourite drink than having our show named in honour.

PROGRESS will have just returned from their Chapter 166 – FREEDOM WALKS AGAIN in Philadelphia – what shape will their world titles be in after a weekend at WrestleMania?

Everyone is welcome.  Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult.

(Preview courtesy of the PROGRESS WRESTLING website)


🎟️ PROGRESS Wrestling tickets are on sale via Get Tickets link.

🗝️ Doors open at the Electric Ballroom at 2pm.

🔔 First bell is at 3pm.   

🚊🚗 Travel tips.  The closest tube station to the Electric Ballroom is Camden Town.  It’s on the Northern Line and just a few doors down from the venue.  Camden Road Station is the nearest overground station.  The following buses serve Camden High Street.  C2, 14, 27, 29, 31, 134, 135, 168, 214, 274, N2, N5, N20, N31, N134, N253, N279.  Use the Transport for London website to plan your journey.  If driving please note parking restrictions apply in the area.


PROGRESS Wrestling was founded in 2012.  The first event took place on 25th March at The Garage in Islington.

PROGRESS has become a byword for excellence in independent professional wrestling, making a massive impact not just in the UK but around the world.

The company has played a crucial role in truly launching the careers of many stars who have become household names on the very biggest stages.

Former PROGRESS Champions include the likes of Walter (Gunther WWE), Toni Storm, Pete Dunne (Butch WWE), Cara Noir, Jonathan Gresham, Big Damo, Will Ospreay, Matt Riddle, Jordynne Grace, Gisele Shaw, Eddie Dennis, CCK, Tyler Bate, Grizzled Young Veterans, Aussie Open and Trent Seven.

PROGRESS was re-launched in December 2021 under the new ownership of Lee McAteer and Martyn Best.

If you have not experienced a show live, come check out one of the PROGRESS Wrestling London, PROGRESS Wrestling Manchester, PROGRESS Wrestling Birmingham and PROGRESS Wrestling Sheffield events.  Everyone is welcome.

(Backstory courtesy of the PROGRESS WRESTLING website)

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