Everything You Need To Know About EVOLVE 90 & 91

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EVOLVE hits the East Coast this weekend for EVOLVE 90 and 91 on FloSlam. As a bonus, some of the top stars of PROGRESS Wrestling will invade EVOLVE for a serious lineup of big matches.

Your FloSlam subscription gets you access to both events, our full slate of upcoming live shows, replays and our ever-growing archives of past wrestling events.

EVOLVE champion Zack Sabre Jr. will not be in action due to his current involvement with the NJPW G1, but Matt Riddle is coming back after an off weekend and will be featured in a pair of huge matches.

The weekend is also loaded with grudge matches, adding an extra layer of intensity to the proceedings.

On Friday at EVOLVE 90, PROGRESS Atlas champ WALTER is defending his belt against Fred Yehi -- the FIP champ and winner of the most recent Style Battle tournament.

Also, Lio Rush faces Matt Riddle in a non-title bout. It will be one of Rush's final appearances before he apparently moves on to the next stage in his career.

Keith Lee and Timothy Thatcher have had some serious run-ins lately, culminating in a confrontation when Lee and Tracy Williams battled to a no-contest at EVOLVE 89. They'll now square off in a grudge match at EVOLVE 90.



EVOLVE 91 is headlined on Saturday by a huge contest as Riddle puts his WWN Championship on the line against WALTER, Keith Lee, and Tracy Williams. Williams is undefeated in singles action since bringing in Stokely Hathaway to manage Catch Point. Lee has been the breakout star of 2017. WALTER is red-hot after winning the PROGRESS Atlas Championship. Riddle's championship has never been in this much jeopardy.

Chris Dickinson and Jaka have a chance to rematch the PROGRESS team of South Pacific Power Trip after their Best Tag Team Match-winning performance over WrestleMania weekend.

Speaking of Dickinson and Jaka, they're looking to get back on track after this past EVOLVE weekend saw them lose the EVOLVE Tag Team Championship to the team of James Drake and Anthony Henry -- who will also compete in matches that have yet to be announced at both of the upcoming events.

ACH and Ethan Page are in the EVOLVE doghouse after refusing to take their clash at EVOLVE 89 seriously. They've already been fined and now will be punished by being forced to team together against Dickinson and Jaka at EVOLVE 90 and then will face each other in the opening match at EVOLVE 91.



Mark Haskins is the other PROGRESS star confirmed for the event. He will face off with Austin Theory at EVOLVE 91.

Check out the lineup of talent scheduled for the two events and click on anyone to see their 2017 EVOLVE record, list of upcoming matches, bios, and all the storyline info you need to know as this massive weekend approaches.

The Champions



The Contenders



The PROGRESS Stars



Full cards

EVOLVE 90

  • WALTER (c) vs. Fred Yehi for the PROGRESS Atlas Championship
  • Matt Riddle vs. Lio Rush
  • Keith Lee vs. Timothy Thatcher in a Grudge Match
  • Chris Dickinson & Jaka vs. ACH & Ethan Page
  • Jason Kincaid vs. Austin Theory
  • Anthony Henry & James Drake will defend the EVOLVE Tag Team Championship
  • Plus more with Tracy Williams, Darby Allin and more

EVOLVE 91

  • Matt Riddle (c) vs. Keith Lee vs. WALTER vs. Tracy Williams for the WWN Championship
  • Chris Dickinson & Jaka vs. South Pacific Power Trip
  • Mark Haskins vs. Austin Theory
  • Darby Allin vs. Timothy Thatcher in a grudge match
  • ACH vs. Ethan Page
  • Plus more with Anthony Henry & James Drake, Fred Yehi, Jason Kincaid and more

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