Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2019/09/15/results-progress-wrestling-chapter-95-still-chasing/
Event: Progress Chapter 95 – Still Chasing
Venue: Alexandra Palace, London
Submitted by: Steve Harris
The Knucklelockers (Darrell Allen and Jordon Breaks) over The NIC (Oisin Delaney and Charlie Carter)
Progress Tag Team Championships
Scotty Davis and Jordan Devlin over Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis) and Grizzled Young Veterans (Zack Gibson and James Drake) to win the titles
Davis cashed in his Natural Progression Series title shot to insert himself and Devlin into this match.
Pete Dunne Open Challenge
Pete Dunne over Cara Noir
Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven and Tyler Bate) over Limitless Bros (Matt Riddle and Keith Lee)
Progress Women’s Championship
Meiko Satumura over Jordynne Grace to win the title
Proteus Championship 30-man Rumble Match
Paul Robinson, entering at number 1, wins the Rumble, he can now decide under what stipulations the title will be defended during his reign.
Progress World Championship
WALTER vs. David Starr
For a singles match to follow a Rumble it has to be considered a real main event, and that’s how this match was anticipated given the history between these two across multiple companies and big matches. They were having a great match when WALTER fell back on his usual tactic of involving the championship belt in order to get disqualified. After a ref bump, Starr hit a belt shot followed by a brainbuster for the visionary pinfall.
At this point, Eddie Dennis came out and cashed in the championship contract he had won at Wembley last September against Mark Andrews. A masked man hit Starr with a chair before revealing himself to be…Mark bloody Andrews. Dennis pinned Starr to win the Progress World title. Dennis attempted a heel promo while large sections of the audience cheered him on. This finish was terrible and soured what had been a great show up until this point.