PROGRESS Cuts Ties With Travis Banks, Updates List Of Departures And Suspensions
In light of recent allegations and stories...
PROGRESS Wrestling formally announced on Twitter Saturday that Travis Banks will no longer be a part of the promotion.
The official company account retweeted text exchanges between Banks and Millie McKenzie, who accused Banks of horrible treatment when the two were in a relationship. To go along with the retweet, PROGRESS wrote, "I believe @MillieMcKenzie0. Travis Banks is finished at Progress."
The company also amended a statement from yesterday, adding that El Ligero is also done with the company, and that Tag Team champions Jordan Devlin and Scotty Davis have both been suspended indefinitely, with the titles vacated.
The updated statement reads:
Further to our statement made earlier today, here is an update regarding specific allegations and current roster members:
David Starr - will no longer be working for PROGRESS
Marc 'Paz' Parry - will no longer be working for PROGRESS
Travis Banks - will no longer be working for PROGRESS
Ligero - will no longer be working for PROGRESS
Jordan Devlin - will be suspended indefinitely // the tag titles have been vacated
Scotty Davis - will be suspended indefinitely // the tag titles have been vacated
We take all these allegations extremely seriously. Those under suspension will have their situation reviewed periodically between now, and events starting again.
We continue to monitor and listen to the Speaking Out movement so that we can take appropriate action where necessary.