#NEWS: Powerslam.TV Adds PROGRESS Wrestling To Lineup

Today Powerslam.TV announced that they have entered into a partnership with PROGRESS Wrestling and added the promotion to it’s stellar lineup. This partnership will allow Powerslam.TV subscribers to watch over 20 PROGRESS Wrestling including every event from this year.

Powerslam.TV celebrates it’s one year anniversary this month, having been founded in June last year. The site has wrestling content from over 130 different promotions but none more famous, it can be argued, than PROGRESS Wrestling.

PROGRESS Wrestling is one of the biggest promotions in the United Kingdom, possibly one of the biggest independent promotions in the world. Wrestlers such as Prince Devitt (Finn Balor), Zack Sabre Jr. Will Ospreay, Pete Dunne, Tyler Bate. Trent Seven and many other now global superstars have passed through PROGRESS’s doors.


Below is the official press release from Powerslam.TV –



Indie pro wrestling channel Powerslam.TV proud to be working with the Progress Wrestling team!

Los Angeles, CA – Powerslam.TV, the world’s largest indie pro wrestling channel is proud to announce that they are now working with U.K. pro wrestling powerhouse Progress Wrestling. The Progress team has started with over 20 events on Powerslam.TV from not only 2019, but also favorites from previous years as well. Subscribers to Powerslam.TV can now view such recent events as Corrupted Harmony from March, as well as their three-day event from May, Super StrongStyle.

Progress Wrestling, headquartered in London, England, launched in 2011, and has been touted as one of the most exciting promotions not only in the U.K. but also anywhere else in the world. While wrestling styles at their events may vary, they are most well known as the masters of the sub-genre known as British Strongstyle, characterized by elements of Japanese wrestling as well as traditional British catch wrestling.

Powerslam.TV is owned and operated by the online video platform, Pivotshare, Inc. which powers hundreds of pro wrestling channels from around the world and has been working with the team from Progress Wrestling since 2014. Powerslam.TV, which launched June of 2018, offers over 5,000 hours of pro wrestling content from over 130 brands from 17 different countries.

Subscribers can see wrestling events from such well known domestic brands as CZWStudios, AAW, DEFY, and Highspots, along with international favorites such as Over the Top, Pro Wrestling EVE, RevPro, and now Progress Wrestling. Pro wrestling fans can watch on the web at Powerslam.TV, or using iOS, Android, AppleTV, and Roku apps, as well as on the Amazon Channels experience, and select cable TV networks.

The Powerslam.TV team could not be happier to be working with the professionals at Progress. Powerslam.TV General Manager and Head of Digital Publisher Relations for Pivotshare, Chris Woolsey spoke about his excitement for the relationship when saying,

“Words cannot describe how thrilled we are to be able to offer our audience content from our friends at Progress Wrestling. We have always had such a great relationship powering their subscription channel, and it just made sense for us to extend that to Powerslam.TV.” He went on to add, “Our goal with Powerslam.TV is to be able to offer the highest quality wrestling content from the best brands the industry has to offer. When we think of the bleeding edge of pro wrestling, there is no other promotion that comes to mind more than Progress. The level of quality that their team consistently produces is a rarity and has become the gold standard in the pro wrestling world.”

Pro Wrestling content creators interested in creating their own subscription video on demand channel for their promotion, can sign up for a free account at Pivotshare.com or email Powerslam.TV directly at chris@pivotshare.com.

About Powerslam.TV:

Powerslam.TV launched in 2018, and offers over 5,000 hours of pro wrestling content from over 135 promotions in 17 different countries. Subscribers can view content on the web at Powerslam.TV or on iOS, Android, AppleTV, or Roku devices for only $5.99/month.

For more information and to sign up, please visit http://www.pivotshare.com

Blake’s Take: This is news that has really come out from left field. It’s no secret that PROGRESS Wrestling has a relationship with WWE. It was also rumored that the PROGRESS Wrestling library would be added to the WWE Network. Along with ICW and wXw when WWE will change their payment structure. What this means to that deal I don’t know. But I do know that Powerslam.TV has pulled a major coup here. Watch those subscription numbers fly!