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Jonathan Gresham injured, pulled from PROGRESS Sunday & Monday events

The ROH Champion reportedly suffered the injury in his match against Dalton Castle at Battle of the Belts 2.
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Jonathan Gresham is injured. 

The ROH and PROGRESS World Champion has been pulled from PROGRESS 132 on Sunday, April 17 and PROGRESS 133 on Monday, April 18. 

PROGRESS announced that Kid Lykos will replace Gresham and face Chris Ridgeway on Sunday's show. 

On Sunday, they posted a video of Gresham announcing his injury to social media while saying he will be back at their May 15th event.

"Hello everyone. Unfortunately, I will not be able to make it to London this weekend for the Sunday and Monday events due to an injury," Gresham says in the video. "I have not been cleared to compete. So, I do want to apologize to PROGRESS and the fans for not being able to make it this weekend. I really wanted to but my health comes first and I have to just take a little time off. Once I'm cleared, I'll definitely be back and I really look forward to being back and working with PROGRESS and performing for you guys. So, please keep me in your prayers, I'd really appreciate it. I'll see you all next time and thank you for understanding." 

According to a report from Fightful, Gresham was checked out for a possible concussion following his match with Dalton Castle on Friday's AEW Battle of the Belts II taping. It is believed he suffered the injury after taking a gutwrench suplex and landing on his shoulder and head. 

Gresham is currently scheduled to face Eddie Edwards on Impact Wrestling's live Rebellion pay-per-view this Saturday, April 23.