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PROGRESS Chapter 113: Warp Into Monster Disco Hell Results

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PROGRESS Chapter 113 took place this weekend on WWE Network, Peacock and demandPROGRESS. The Chapter event aired from the Theatre Peckham in London, England and featured numerous bouts.

The PROGRESS World Champion Cara Noir defended his title during the show against ELIJAH. The Welsh challenger was joined by Charles Crowley, who had hyped the contender over the past few weeks as someone who could take down the ‘King of PROGRESS,’ Cara Noir.

PROGRESS Women’s Champion Kanji was in the main event of the show once again, defending against Mercedez Blaze, who had pinned her on two occasions prior since the return of the company in 2021.

Here’s the full results from PROGRESS Chapter 113: Warp Into Monster Disco Hell

  • Alexxis Falcon b. Gisele Shaw – Falcon would take the win via pinfall to further stake her claim to a Women’s Championship shot
  • Man Like DeReiss b. TK Cooper – The ‘Microphone Champion’ took the win to put Sunshine Machine in the losing column once again
  • Big Money Gun Dogs (Big Guns Joe & Gene Munny) b. Greedy Souls (Brendan White & Danny Jones) – Following their win, the Gun Dogs challenged PROGRESS Tag Team Champions Lykos Gym backstage
  • Dean Allmark b. Chuck Mambo – UK veteran Allmark took the win with the Clash Bomb
  • Laura Di Matteo b. Taonga – The returning Di Matteo won via submission
  • Jody Fleisch b. Danny Black – UK legend Fleisch took the win with his 720 DDT
  • North West Strong (Chris Ridgeway, Luke Jacobs & Ethan Allen) b. Warren Banks, Kid Lykos & Kid Lykos II – The tag team Champions were part of a loss here, with NWS getting the win
  • PROGRESS World Championship Match – Cara Noir (c) b. ELIJAH w/Charles Crowley – ELIJAH could not overcome The Black Swan who took the win via
  • PROGRESS Women’s Championship Match – Kanji (c) b. Mercedes Blaze – Despite losing to Blaze twice, Kanji took the win in her first title defence

You can watch the event on demand via Peacock, WWE Network and demandPROGRESS.

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