PROGRESS Wrestling To Hold Event In Cardiff On Weekend Of Major WWE Stadium Show

11 months ago by Connel Rumsey

PROGRESS Wrestling To Hold Event In Cardiff On Weekend Of Major WWE Stadium Show PROGRESS

It was officially announced that WWE will be returning to the United Kingdom for a major stadium show for the first time in 30 years, when they come to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on September 3, 2022.

WWE won’t be the only company running a show in Cardiff that weekend, as PROGRESS Wrestling announced their ‘Wrestling. Golf. Madrid. In That Order’ show for the Welsh capital on September 4, the day after WWE’s big show.

PROGRESS put out the following press release about the show:

PROGRESS Wrestling Announce Major Cardiff Show On The Weekend Of WWE’s Major Stadium Show

The first weekend of September, 2022, is set to be one of the biggest in UK Wrestling history – so we decided that PROGRESS just had to be a part of it.

On Sunday, 4th September, one day after WWE will host their first major stadium event in the UK in 30 years, at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium, PROGRESS will host a very special show in the Welsh capital.

‘Chapter 140: Wrestling. Golf. Madrid. In That Order’ will be a perfect way to compliment a special occasion. It will take place at Tramshed, less than half a mile from The Principality, formerly known as The Millennium Stadium.

Tickets for this show go on sale at 9am on Friday, 15th April.

The show will start at 1PM with tickets priced from £20. With 70,000 wrestling fans in the city that weekend, demand will be at an all time high so get yours now from

“As soon as we saw that WWE were making Cardiff their destination for a major stadium show, we knew that PROGRESS had to be part of this unique occasion,” said PROGRESS co-owner Lee McAteer. “This will be the biggest weekend on these shores since Summerslam 1992 at Wembley Stadium, and we want to show all the fans who will be in Cardiff exactly why PROGRESS remains the number one wrestling brand in the UK.”

“There is nothing quite like a British wrestling audience,” said Martyn Best, PROGRESS co-owner, “Our association with WWE gives us the opportunity to highlight the best of British Wrestling. Our PROGRESS fans, and British and world-wide wrestling fans, can expect to see something really special this weekend.”

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