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PROGRESS Chapter 113 Full Card Announced for June 19

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PROGRESS Wrestling has now announced the full card for their upcoming Chapter 113 show. Warp Into Monster Disco Hell will be available to stream on Peacock, WWE Network and the company’s own streaming service demandPROGRESS as of Saturday 19th June.

The final contest announced was a PROGRESS Women’s Championship match between Kanji and Mercedez Blaze. The Champion Kanji has been pinned on two occasions by Blaze since the restart of the company earlier this year.

Chapter 112 featured a tag team match with Blaze getting the win over Kanji with help from Gisele Shaw. The ‘Quintessential Diva’ Gisele Shaw had previously lost a Best of 3 Series to Kanji to determine the new Women’s Champion after NXT UK Superstar Jinny had to relinquish the belt earlier this year.

Cara Noir Returns To Action at Chapter 113

The PROGRESS World Champion Cara Noir will also be in action on the show. Noir will be defending against ELIJAH, who recently was taken on by his new manager Charles Crowley, a former PROGRESS commentator himself who ‘defected’ from the booth to develop his character further in front of the PROGRESS audience.

Here’s the full confirmed card for PROGRESS Chapter 113:

  • Dean Allmark vs Chuck Mambo
  • Gisele Shaw vs Alexxis Falcon
  • Big Money Gun Dogs vs Greedy Souls
  • PROGRESS Tag Team Champions Lykos Gym and Warren Banks vs NorthWest Strong (Chris Ridgeway, Luke Jacobs and Ethan Allen)
  • TK Cooper vs Man Like Dereiss
  • Alexxis Falcon vs Gisele Shaw
  • PROGRESS World Championship Match ’“ Cara Noir (c) vs ELIJAH
  • Jody Fleisch vs Danny Black

PROGRESS Chapter 113: Warp Into Monster Disco Hell will be streaming on Peacock, WWE Network and demandPROGRESS as of Saturday June 19.

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