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PROGRESS Chapter 111: One Leg In The Air Results

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PROGRESS Wrestling held their latest Chapter event over the weekend. Chapter 111: One Leg In The Air saw the culmination of the Best of Three Series as well as the Pick Your Poison matches ahead of the Tag Tournament Finals.

Here’s the preview for the event:

The main event of the show sees Kanji against Gisele Shaw to determine the new PROGRESS Women’s Champion. This is match three of the Best of 3 Series and it all comes down to this final wicket.

Keeping up the batting average, we’ve also got Kid Lykos vs Danny Black and Luke Jacobs vs Chris Ridgeway as part of PICK YOUR POISON ahead of the Tag Team Tournament final.

Kid Lykos II and Ethan Allen confirm each other’s opponents during the show.

PROGRESS Chapter 111 Results

Here’s the full results from the show:

  • Spike Trivet b. Big Guns Joe – Trivet took the win via pinfall
  • PICK YOUR POISON: Luke Jacobs vs. Chris Ridgeway – This match ended in a No Contest after Warren Banks attacked Chris Ridgeway
  • Mercedez Blaze b. Taonga – Blaze took the win via pinfall, Alexxis Falcon attacked her after the match
  • 0121 (Dan Moloney & Man Like Dereiss) b. The Sunshine Machine (TK Cooper & Chuck Mambo) – The 0121 took the win in their PROGRESS debut as a tag team via pinfall
  • PICK YOUR POISON: Kid Lykos b. Danny Black – Kid Lykos took the win via submission
  • Elijah b. Gene Munny – Elijah took the win via pinfall in this previously unannounced match
  • PICK YOUR POISON: Kid Lykos II b. Ethan Allen and Cara Noir – Kid Lykos II took the shock win via referee stoppage
  • PROGRESS Women’s Championship MatchKanji b. Gisele Shaw – Kanji took the win via pinfall to become the new PROGRESS Women’s Champion
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