PROGRESS Wrestling, home of Europe’s Biggest Independent Wrestling Company is in talks for a new streaming home.
PROGRESS Wrestling which was founded in 2011 and relaunched in 2022 by new owners Lee McAteer and Martyn Best is currently in a exciting time in this promotions history, with PROGRESS World Champion Spike Trivet, PROGRESS Women’s Champion Lana Austin and multiple event sell-outs in the previous year Lee and Martin have revived PROGRESS Wrestling into an exciting and excellent in-ring wrestling company that is looking to reach new prosperous heights in 2023.
PROGRESS Wrestling is one of Europe’s featured wrestling promotions and has been home to some of pro wrestling biggest names such as
• WALTER (Gunther)
• Tommy End (Malakai Black)
• Toni Storm
Now PROGRESS Wrestling is discussing taking their rich video library and live events content to a new streaming service. Numerous streaming companies are interested in purchasing PROGRESS content.
PROGRESS shows currently air on Peacock/WWE Network and their current deal is set to expire with WWE in early 2023.
PROGRESS Wrestling officials want to get the promotion to wider and broader audience and feel other steaming services will offer a new opportunity for the company to grow.
As live sports and content become more and more high in demand the PROGRESS Wrestling video library and live content make a perfect fit and an excellent addition to streaming companies looking to add exciting content.
2023 will be a wild and exciting time for the wrestling industry and this will be another major promotion looking to make a move sending shockwaves through the entire wrestling industry.
Stay tuned to SW for the latest updates.