WWE Network and PROGRESS Wrestling’s partnership comes to a “harmonious end”

PROGRESS Wrestling today announced that its “very positive and long-standing” partnership with the WWE Network is coming to a “harmonious end.”

In a statement, PROGRESS said that after six years and almost 50 shows, both promotions are pursuing different digital media strategies with one chapter closing and another one opening for them.

PROGRESS co-owners Martyn Best and Lee McAteer said, “First of all, we want to say thank you to the WWE for a fantastic six year relationship and we wish them all the very best for the future. We are very excited for what the future now holds for PROGRESS Wrestling and we are currently in discussions with several high profile streaming platforms.”

PROGRESS also announced their return to the United States with a show to be held in Los Angeles during WrestleMania weekend.

The British promotion had more than 650 hours featuring 170 shows on the WWE Network.

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