Mae Young Classic Star Confirmed For World Of Sport, Frontline Puro Release Debut Show, PROGRESS On Potential World Cup Clash

World Of Sport has announced another member of its official, exclusive British roster and it is a former WWE Mae Young Classic competitor.

Ayesha Raymond who took part in the first Mae Young Classic has been confirmed for World Of Sport, bringing her experience to the new roster. Her inclusion in World Of Sport does mean that she won’t be part of the NXT UK division and makes it unlikely that she will return for the upcoming Mae Young Classic tournament.

WOS Exclusive…

The whole of WOS better look out as @amazonayesharay is set to shake things up #WOSW #ITV #STV pic.twitter.com/6B2JxdiE4f

— WOS Wrestling (@WOSWrestling) July 8, 2018

Frontline Puro Release Debut Show

Will Ospreay’s promotion, Frontline Puro has released its debut show, ‘Build Me An Empire’ on demand for fans to watch via Vimeo. The show received great reviews from those who were in live attendance.

PROGRESS On Potential World Cup Clash

Following another England World Cup victory, the Three Lions have reached the Semi-Finals, meaning they are now only one game away from potentially playing in the final.

The World Cup Final clashes with the next PROGRESS Chapter show and the company has revealed its full plans for if that takes place, a decision that has left some fans frustrated.

PROGRESS plans to have two half shows and put the World Cup Final on in the middle of them, which means the show will end much later than originally planned.

most likely scenario is to start the show an hour early, have an extended interval in which the match is screened, and then the second half after the match. so you'd be looking at approx 3-3.50pm first half / 4-6.30pm match / 6.30-9pm second half.

— PROGRESS Wrestling (@ThisIs_Progress) July 7, 2018

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