PROGRESS Partner With Pro Wrestling Eve For Super Strong Style 16 Weekend

PROGRESS will be partnering with Pro Wrestling Eve for the upcoming Super Strong Style 16 weekend 3rd of June to 5th of June at the electric Ballroom in Camden, London.

Immediately following the Night 1 of the Super Strong Style 16 weekend, fans will be able to attend Pro Wrestling EVE’s God Save The Wrestle Queen show also at the Electric Ballroom.

The announcement came as social exclusive via Daily Star;

Before Progress confirmed the news, received the following Press Release Statement;

PROGRESS Wrestling are delighted to welcome EVE: Riot Grrls of Wrestling to the bill for our Jubilee Weekend of action.

On Bank Holiday Friday, 3rd June, following day one of PROGRESS Wrestling’s Super Strong Style 16 tournament, EVE will present their latest show: God Save the Wrestle Queens.

All shows will take place in the Electric Ballroom in Camden, North London.

This collaboration means that two of the most distinctive UK wrestling promotions are collaborating to present a stunning weekend of action-packed diversity.

EVE Riot Grrrls of Wrestling is an all-female wrestling promotion, who have the tag line ‘Punk, feminist, empowered. Women superheroes come To life!’ “God Save The Wrestle Queens” will showcase the best of the UK women’s wrestling scene in distinctive EVE style.

In a unique collaboration between the two promotions, there promises to be something not just for wrestling fans but for many of the 14 million expected in the UK’s capital to celebrate the Jubilee celebrations for the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

EVE Champion Jetta, who has also wrestled for PROGRESS, said: “I can’t think of a better way to walk into the Electric Ballroom for the first time than as EVE Champion.

“I hope fans from both promotions check out the other for the first time and I’m sure even Queen Liz herself will be doing everything she can to be a part of this incredible day of wrestling. She will witness me, The People’s Princess, dishing out ‘Clotheslines from HRH’ and successfully defending my EVE Championship against whoever stands in front of me on Friday, 3rd June.”

Lee McAteer, co-owner of PROGRESS, said: “Super Strong Style hits hard, and with all 16 contenders in action, day one will be the hardest-hitting.”

Martyn Best, PROGRESS co-owner added: “To bring EVE and PROGRESS together is a real showcase and a celebration of all that is good about British wrestling.”

Super Strong Style 16 continues through Saturday and Sunday, culminating in the winner being crowned the new PROGRESS World Champion. The weekend also features Gisele Shaw defending her Women’s crown against number one contender Kanji; ATLAS champion Luke Jacobs defending his title against Axel Tischer; a stunning three-way ladder match between The 0121, Smokin’ Aces and Sunshine Machine; and an I Quit match between Cara Noir and Spike Trivet which will end with one of them leaving PROGRESS.

Press Release Statement 24/05/2022

Pro Wrestling EVE are the one the premiere all women promotions in Europe, they are currently building to their weekend special the She-1 on the 18th and 19th of June. EVE’s She-1 will see Jamie Hayter compete in the UK for the first time since she signed with AEW, Japanese superstars Veny and Takumi Iroha as well as some of the best wrestlers from the UK including Alex Windsor, Emersyn Jayne, Rhio, Charlie Morgan and more.

PROGRESS Super Strong Style 16 2020 is setting up to one biggest weekends in promotions history particularly with regards to the Martyn Best and Lee McAteer era. As reported last week the winner of the SSS16 Tournament will be crowned the new PROGRESS World Champion 11 of competitors have already been announced with 5 final contestants to be announced in the near future.

Competitors already announced include Swerve Strickland, Robbie X, Amaris, Chris Ridgeway, Kid Lykos, Big Damo, Maggot, Warren Banks, Ricky Shane Page, a member of CPF (Just Joe Lando, Callum Newman, Danny Black, Maverick Mayhew) and Gene Munny.

To keep up to date with all things British Wrestling you can check out our Tea & Tights: A Great British Wrestling Podcast and their weekly Brit Wres Round Up;

PROGRESS latest Chapter, Chapter 134: No Mountain High Enough is now available to stream on their Demand Progress video on demand service.

Written by Andy More (@GBOatku82)

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