The following results are from PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 53: Fate Loves The Fearless at The Electric Ballroom in Camden, London, England on July 30th, 2017:
Pre-show – Connor Mills defeated Spike Trivet by pinfall.
PROGRESS Tag Team Championship Number One Contender – #CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos) defeated Extra Talent-Ed (Aaron Solow & Ricky Starks) by pinfall to become the number one contenders to the PROGRESS Tag Team Championship.
Damian Dunne defeated Chuck Mambo by pinfall.
“Liverpool’s No.1” Zack Gibson & James Drake defeated Never Say Die (Alex Cupid & Dillon D’Anglelo) by pinfall.
Winner Challenges For The PROGRESS Atlas Championship – James Davis defeated Rob Lynch by submission to become the number one contender to the PROGRESS Atlas Championship.
Following the match, Rob Lynch announced that he had had his last match in PROGRESS Wrestling. James Davis then attacked Rob Lynch with a cricket bat.
“The Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne defeated Jack Sexsmith by pinfall.
PROGRESS Women’s Championship – Toni Storm defeated Candice LeRae by pinfall to retain the PROGRESS Women’s Championship.
PROGRESS Tag Team Championship – British Strong Style (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) defeated Jimmy Havoc & ‘The Star Attraction’ Mark Haskins by pinfall* to retain the PROGRESS Tag Team Championship.
*During the match, Pete Dunne took Mark Haskins’ wife hostage, distracting Mark Haskins which lead to Jimmy Havoc receiving a low blow before being pinned.
Following the match, Jimmy Havoc and Mark Haskins had to be separated by the locker room and security.
Keith Lee defeated “The Kiwi Buzzsaw” Travis Banks by pinfall*.
*During the match, Pete Dunne distracted Travis Banks which lead to Keith Lee’s win.
Following the match, British Strong Style attacked Travis Banks. CCK attempted to come to Travis Banks’ aid but were attacked with a sledgehammer. TK Cooper and Dahlia Black then made their return to PROGRESS Wrestling, coming to the aid of their South Pacific Power Trio partner, Travis Banks.
Our thanks to Daniel Richardson, ProWresLand and BritWresReview for the results from the event.