Defy: Fight for This &Wrestle Summit|PROGRESS Wrestling

We are under two weeks until DEFY Wrestling’s next major event at Washington Hall in Seattle WA. DEFY Fight for This takes place Saturday, October 19th and brings some of the best international talents in the world.

Two of wrestling’s most influential in-ring talents of the past 20 years will make their DEFY debuts at Fight For this! CIMA who currently wrestles for All Elite Wrestling and Oriental Wrestling Entertainment has been a trendsetter in the squared circle for more than 20 years. He will be competing for his first time in the city of Seattle and is excited to see the Pacific Northwest! Also making his DEFY Seattle debut is AMAZING RED, who was last seen this past August when DEFY co-promoted the SUPER J CUP with NEW JAPAN PRO WRESTLING in Tacoma. Amazing Red faced off with Will Ospreay in a first-round match that is being praised as a potential match of the year by many experts!

Another wrestler the Defyance is excited to see his return is MATT SYDAL. It has been over a year since we’ve seen Sydal in a DEFY ring and he promises to show fans something new. October 19th will also see the DEFY World Champion, SCHAFF put his title on the line for the second time!
November 30th and December 1st DEFY presents WRESTLE SUMMIT 2. A two-night event showcasing wrestlers from DEFY along with PCW ULTRA who is based in Los Angeles CA. PROGRESS WRESTLING from the United Kingdom will also be participating this year in Wrestle Summit by showing off the world-class talent that regularly competes for them!

Both nights will be held at Washington Hall with Saturday, November 30th is 21 and over. December 1st will be ALL AGES with a special 5 PM bell time! Food and drinks will be provided by Lunchbox Laboratory. 

Tickets for all three events are now available at

All Information | Photo credit to DEFY

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