Callum Leslie and Darren Rogers return to look back at PROGRESS Chapter Three: Fifty Shades of Pain! This show features a STRICTLY NO BLOOD NO HARDCORE MATCH...and you can guess how that goes. It's brutal. Lots of fun stuff on this show, setting up a big main event for the final show of 2012...
PROGRESS is starting off 2018 with a bang, and after Chapter 62's MOTY candidate between WALTER and Timothy Thatcher the train rolls on to Manchester. There PROGRESS is staging what some are calling one of the most stacked cards they've ever put on. Callum Leslie and Darren Rogers break down the huge title matches, the twists and turns of the women's division, an intriguing singles clash between former NPS winners and so much more.
After a show that got the whole world talking, Callum is back with merch man Darren Rogers to discuss the first Ballroom show of the year. WALTER and Thatcher in their match delivered chops heard around the world, while the CCK and SPPT teams exploded. Eddie Dennis continues to make his presence felt to torment Mark Andrews, and the Natural Progress Series V kicked off!
In a very special appearance, Callum is joined by PROGRESS co-owner Glen Joseph to look back at PROGRESS' second show Chapter Two. The show features debuts for the likes of Mark Andrews, Will Ospreay, and RJ Singh—and a seriously underrated main event.
Callum, Matt, and Cameraman Al return to preview Sunday's huge card. It's the first Camden show of 2018, and it's a stacked card—three title matches, the start of the Natural Progression Series, returns, debuts, and must-wins.
After another huge show in Birmingham at Chapter 61, Callum Leslie returns with Matt Richards and camera genius Al Ronald to discuss the show. How did the three title matches shake out? Where are the contenders going into this Sunday's show? Just how good is Pete Dunne?
That's right, we're going all the way back to the beginning! Rounding out the podcast schedule for 2018 will be a journey all the way back to the inception of PROGRESS. Podcast host Callum Leslie will be joined by the people that were there, including the fans, to tell the story of how PROGRESS evolved into what it is today. On the vintage weeks, we'll also host a live Twitter rewatch of the Chapter concerned. #ThatWasPROGRESS
Callum Leslie returns with commentator Matt Richards to discuss Chapter 59 in Sheffield, alternatively titled "Unboxing Part 1" or "That was SNOWGRESS". Amidst all the changes, who stepped up? Who took those opportunities? And who showed that they are here to stay going into 2018?