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It'll be very interesting to see how it goes. According to Cagematch, They have several future events booked in the Manchester area. Really excited to see Mandrews/Ospreay. Would be great to see Andrews win it but I don't see that happening. Either way I hope he shows up at PROGRESS more often. Seems like he's been doing a lot of stuff in the UK recently. According to Cagematch, he hasn't even wrestled for TNA since the end of July.

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Results from Chapter 23:

 

 

Pre-Show Dave Mastiff defeated The Pride Of Wales Eddie Dennis by Pinfall.

 

Pre-Show Sweet Jesus (Pastor William Eaver & Chuck Mambo) defeated The Dazzler Team (Darrell Allen & Earl Black Jr) by Pinfall.

 

Rampage Brown defeated Big Daddy Walter by Pinfall.

 

Following the match, both men exchanged blows before finally shaking hands in a sign of respect.

 

Natural Progression Series: Triple Threat Damon Moser defeated Jack Sexsmith & Shen Woo by Pinfall to advance to the Natural Progression Series final.

 

The Star Attraction Mark Haskins defeated Paul Robinson by Submission.

 

The Villain Marty Scurll defeated The Psycho Killer Tommaso Ciampa by Submission.

 

PROGRESS Tag Team Championship: Triple Threat The Origin (Nathan Cruz & El Ligero) defeated The London Riots (Rob Lynch & James Davis) & Sumerian Death Squad (Tommy End & Michael Dante) by Pinfall to become the new PROGRESS Tag Team Champions. *NEW CHAMPION*

 

Following the match, The London Riots & Sumerian Death Squad continued to fight in the ring until security and Rampage Brown eventually calmed the fight and The London riots were escorted backstage.

 

Natural Progression Series Trophy And Guaranteed Championship Match Liverpools No.1 Zack Gibson (w/ Nathan Cruz) defeated Flash Morgan Webster by Submission* to win the Natural Progression Series trophy and the guaranteed championship match.

 

*During the match, Morgan Webster managed to get his foot on the ropes during the submission but had his foot knocked off the ropes by Nathan Cruz.

 

Following the match, Zack Gibson told the fans that The Origin have taken the PROGRESS Tag Team Championship and next week in Manchester he will cash-in his championship match and take the PROGRESS Championship. Declaring that he never walks alone and after next week, Ospreay will never walk again.

 

PROGRESS Championship The Aerial Assassin Will Ospreay defeated White Lightning Mark Andrews by Pinfall to retain the PROGRESS Championship.

 

 

Thoughts:

 

 

Obviously the biggest news coming out of this show is everything that happened with The Origin. Winning the Natural Progression Trophy. I definitely see them holding all the championships going into 2016. If this happens I see a Regression/Swords of Essex hybrid of Jimmy Havoc, Paul Robinson & Will Ospreay being the opposing group, or even better, the only three former PROGRESS Champions that aren't in The Origin Jimmy Havoc, Mark Andrews & Will Ospreay (if he loses the belt). Personally I'd prefer this just to have more of Andrews in PROGRESS.

 

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Worth noting that Walter and Rampage broke the ring in the first match.

 

Very interesting theory about the Robinson/Havoc/Ospreay trio to combat The Origin. If I recall correctly Havoc hasn't appeared in PROGRESS since his loss to Robinson, and seemingly his big face turn. I can definitely see Havoc returning to assist Ospreay in some shape or form, but I'd be surprised to see Robinson in with them.

 

 

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It's only because of his history with both of them that I thought Robinson. I'd much rather it be Andrews though. That said, The Origin does have Dave Mastiff too so maybe both.....

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I don't think Ospreay loses the title in this Triple Threat. I think he loses it to Scurll.

 

 

You could be right, Ospreay retained and Scurll attacked him.

 

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I think it will be a while before Ospreay loses the title unless he's signed with Lucha Underground or something as I remember he was rumored to be on their list of guys they want. I feel like they built him up to the title win so much that he *NEEDS* to have a long title run. I feel like he'll hold it until after the SSS16 tournament next year. Perhaps Scurll will win that and win the title?

 

 

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When Will started talking about time, I was kind of expecting an Iron Man Match. Should be a good match though, I don't see Will losing but I wouldn't mind if he did.

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Will Ospreay, the U.K.'s most talked about young wrestler debuted tonight with TNA, but ended up losing in 5:00 in what was either a dark match or a match taped for Xplosion against Mark "Mandrews" Andrews.

 

Apparently, the plan was to push Ospreay but TNA found out that he had signed with New Japan Pro Wrestling and decided not to put him on the main show.

 

It is not certain when Ospreay will debut with New Japan other than he had been scheduled to be in this year's Best of the Super Juniors tournament in May and June.

 

Jimmy Havoc and Big Damo, the other U.K. stars scheduled to debut on this tour, as of right now are expected to be on the Impact shows taped tomorrow at Wembley in London.

http://www.f4wonline.com/tna-news/new-japan-bound-will-ospreay-loses-planned-tna-push-206611?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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Yes, that makes sense since Omega is moving up to heavyweight.

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I thought he would drop it to Scurll since before the match was announced, even when I didn't knew about the NJPW thing. Just had this feeling it wouldn't last long. I'm dying to see Scurll vs. Haskins.

 

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Anyone listened to the new podcast episode with Finn Balor? Thinking of starting the monthly subscription and if it's a good episode that'll be the final selling point I need.

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