Natural Progression Series Qualifier Confirmed For PROGRESS Wrestling ‘ENDVR:5’


PROGRESS Wrestling have confirmed a natural progression series qualifier for their June 29th show, ‘ENDVR:5’ at The Garage, London.

It has been announced by PROGRESS Wrestling that Ali Armstrong will face Steve Burden in a natural progression series qualifier match at The Garage on June 29th at ‘ENDVR:5’.

PROGRESS Wrestling announced the match with the following:


On 29th June, we host two more #NaturalProgression Series qualifiers to determine the participants in July’s NPS match at Chapter 14.

With Chuck Mambo and Shen Woo already qualified, 4 more up-and-comers will be squaring off at #ENDVR 5 to earn themselves a spot in that match.

The first pair set to do battle are the ‘Free Man’ STEVE BURDEN (now liberated from The Warden’s control) and the massively popular ALI ARMSTRONG.

Burden showed the ENDVR fans just how powerful he is back in April when he picked up a dominant first singles victory and has never actually been pinned at all; Ali is massively popular and a talented wrestler, but still searching for his first win since debuting in September last year.

Who will progress to Chapter 14 at the Electric Ballroom?

Photo Credit: PROGRESS Wrestling

The announced match card is as follows:

Match Card

Eight-Man Elimination Tag Team

Mark Andrews, Pete Dunne, Will Ospreay & Joey Lakeside vs The London Riots, Paul Robinson & Isaac Zercher w/Jimmy Havoc


Natural Progression Series Qualifier

Ali Armstrong vs Steve Burden


First bell at 1.30pm.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here. ‘ENDVR:5’ tickets can be purchased at half price if purchased alongside ‘The Progress World Cup’.

The Official Facebook event page can be viewed here.

Source: PROGRESS Wrestling Facebook

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