TNT Extreme Wrestling Added To Demand PROGRESS
TNT Extreme Wrestling is now part of Demand PROGRESS
Liverpool-based indie promotion TNT Extreme Wrestling have officially been added to the Demand PROGRESS streaming service, further strengthening the relationship between the two promotions as the UK indie scene continues its rebuild.
Formed in 2015, TNT have gone from strength to strength, notably partnering with US indie promotion GCW for a series of shows in 2022, and PROGRESS owners Lee McAteer and Martyn Best own a joint stake in the promotion along with founder Jay Apter.
Apter said the following about the new deal:
“I am delighted that we now have a home for our shows and we are starting with an absolute classic by uploading our first show of 2023 – MERSEYSIDE MASSACRE.
“Ahead of our next two live shows – IGNITION – SKY’S THE LIMIT at 2:30 followed by our iconic DOA starting at 7pm on Saturday 4th March at Hanger 34 in Liverpool, this will remind our fans of the drama that they saw and heard about in January.
“This is the beginning of a wider VOD partnership with PROGRESS with all of our content library and all of our latest events coming to DEMAND over the next few weeks and months.
“I have worked closely with Lee McAteer and Martyn Best of PROGRESS over the past year and I am thrilled to show even more fans globally why TNT is so highly regarded.
“In 2022 our championship belts were featured all around the world on NWA, AAA and GCW and our three shows with GCW and our iconic DOA tournament were a huge success.”
PROGRESS co-owner and TNT backer Lee McAteer added the following:
“I have been a huge fan and supporter of TNT Extreme Wrestling for a long time. I’m so happy that it is now crystal clear where fans can watch TNT shows.
“This collaboration with Demand PROGRESS starts with its last show, MERSEYSIDE MASSACRE which featured the incredible main event of Dan ‘DRILLA’ Moloney and Leon Slater and had the entire wrestling community talking about after its shocking conclusion with Charles Crowley and Alexxis Falcon.”