Travis Banks

Travis Bligh (born 15 February 1987), better known by his ring name Travis Banks, is a New Zealand professional wrestler.wikipedia
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On 6 September 2013, on ROH Road To Greatness Night 1, Banks would debut in Ring of Honor as he teamed with Aaron Solo and Mike Dean in a losing effort to Cheeseburger, Nick Merriman and Will Ferrara.
He made his debut in Ring of Honor on a dark match on September 6, teaming with Cheeseburger and Nick Merriman and winning his match against Aaron Solo, Mike Dean & Travis Banks.

Joe Hendry (wrestler)

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At Exit Wounds, it transpired that Banks, Joe Coffey and Joe Hendry had formed a stable called The Prestige.
On 6 March, at Exit Wounds, Hendry, Joe Coffey, Travis Banks, and BT Gunn formed The Prestige, a stable claiming something was wrong with professional wrestling and they were going to fix it.

Pete Dunne

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At WCPW True Legacy Banks teamed with Pete Dunne and went on to defeat Alberto El Patron and El Ligero in the first round of the WCPW Tag Team Championship tournament.
He lost the title to Travis Banks on 10 September.

Liam Slater

Banks made his What Culture Pro Wrestling debut in a Tag Team match as he teamed with Martin Kirby as they defeated Gabriel Kidd & Liam Slater.
At WCPW Stacked Slater made his What Culture Pro Wrestling debut as he teamed with Gabriel Kidd as they were defeated by Martin Kirby & Travis Banks.

Attack! Pro Wrestling

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He's known for competing in promotions such as Fight Club Pro, What Culture Pro Wrestling, Attack! Pro Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, and most notably Progress Wrestling, where he is a former World Champion

El Ligero

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At WCPW Refuse To Lose, Banks was involved in a triple threat match to crown the first WCPW Internet Champion which was won by El Ligero.
He faced Travis Banks at Loaded episode 10 with Martin Kirby handcuffed to the ring ropes on the outside, in which he lost after Martin Kirby spat water into his eyes.

Revolution Pro Wrestling

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He's known for competing in promotions such as Fight Club Pro, What Culture Pro Wrestling, Attack! Pro Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, and most notably Progress Wrestling, where he is a former World Champion

Joe Coffey (wrestler)

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At Exit Wounds, it transpired that Banks, Joe Coffey and Joe Hendry had formed a stable called The Prestige. On WCPW Loaded #16 Banks and Dunne were defeated by the Coffey Brothers (Joe Coffey & Mark Coffey) in the semifinal of the WCPW Tag Team Championship tournament. On 18 June, the first night of the two-night tournament event at the Royal Albert Hall, Banks beat Ashton Smith in the quarter finals and Joe Coffey in the semi finals before ultimately losing to Zack Gibson in the final.
The Coffey Brothers also defeated Pete Dunne and Travis Banks in the second round match, but they were defeated on 30 November at Delete WCPW by Johnny Moss and Liam Slater in the final round of the tournament.

Will Ospreay

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He successfully defended the title against a diverse range of opponents such as Matt Riddle, Keith Lee, Will Ospreay, and Mark Andrews.
Ospreay returned at the last event of 2017 as a mystery opponent for Progress Champion Travis Banks, however he lost the match.

British Strong Style

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Banks and Cooper would collectively be known as the South Pacific Power Trip and began a winning streak as a team that lasted until Chapter 45 where they were unsuccessful in challenging British Strong Style (Trent Seven and Tyler Bate) for the Progress Tag Team Championship.
The following month, British Strong Style found themselves new rivals in the #CCK stable of Chris Brookes, Kid Lykos and Travis Banks, who debuted by interrupting their attack on Matt Riddle.

Battle of Los Angeles (professional wrestling)

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On 28 June 2017 it was announced that Banks would debut for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) by entering the 2017 Battle of Los Angeles.
Travis Banks was also a participant, but he was pulled off due to an injury and was replaced by Sammy Guevara.

IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship

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On 30 March 2013, at IPW Genesis, Banks was involved in a #1 Contendership Battle Royal for the IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship, Banks and Liam Fury both eliminated each other making the match a draw.

Robbie Eagles

Also in April 2018, PROGRESS embarked on a mini tour of Australia, culminating in Banks retaining his title against Robbie Eagles.
In 2018, at a PWA and Progress joint show, Eagles was defeated by Travis Banks.

BT Gunn

BT Gunn joined the group later in the night.
In Defiant Wrestling, BT Gunn was part of a stable called The Prestige, alongside Joe Coffey, Joe Hendry, El Ligero & Travis Banks.

Mark Andrews (wrestler)

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He successfully defended the title against a diverse range of opponents such as Matt Riddle, Keith Lee, Will Ospreay, and Mark Andrews. On the second night, he lost a match to decide the number one contender for the WWE United Kingdom Championship to Noam Dar in a bout that also featured Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster.
At Chapter 57, Andrews unsuccessfully challenged Travis Banks for the Progress World Title.

Progress Wrestling

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He's known for competing in promotions such as Fight Club Pro, What Culture Pro Wrestling, Attack! Pro Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, and most notably Progress Wrestling, where he is a former World Champion Banks and Cooper would collectively be known as the South Pacific Power Trip and began a winning streak as a team that lasted until Chapter 45 where they were unsuccessful in challenging British Strong Style (Trent Seven and Tyler Bate) for the Progress Tag Team Championship.

Trent Seven

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Banks and Cooper would collectively be known as the South Pacific Power Trip and began a winning streak as a team that lasted until Chapter 45 where they were unsuccessful in challenging British Strong Style (Trent Seven and Tyler Bate) for the Progress Tag Team Championship.
After successful defending the tag team championship against teams such as the South Pacific Power Trip (TK Cooper and Travis Banks), and the Hunter Brothers, Seven and Bate eventually lost the title at Chapter 50 to #CCK (Chris Brookes and Kid Lykos), before winning it back less than a month later at Chapter 51.

Walter (wrestler)

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Bennett would also announce that whoever win the title would have their first defense at Lights Out 2018 against a debuting Walter.
It was announced that Walter was going to be added to the Defiant Internet Championship match of David Starr against Travis Banks at Lights Out.

Zack Sabre Jr.

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At WCPW Lights Out Banks defeated Zack Sabre Jr..
He then entered to Super Strong Style 16 defeating David Starr in the first round, Jack Sexsmith in the second by losing to Travis Banks in the semi-final.

United Kingdom Championship Tournament (2018)

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On 18 May 2018, it was announced that Banks would be taking part in the second ever WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament.

Flash Morgan Webster

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On the second night, he lost a match to decide the number one contender for the WWE United Kingdom Championship to Noam Dar in a bout that also featured Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster.
On Chapter 64, Webster won the Thunderbastard match thus earning a future Progress World Championship match that he got on Chapter 65, where he was defeated by the champion Travis Banks.

New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling

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In 2009 NZWPW wrestlers Travis Banks and Tykade both won gold medals at the Oceania Sumo championships in Australia.

British Tag Team Championship (RevPro)

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Zack Gibson

On 18 June, the first night of the two-night tournament event at the Royal Albert Hall, Banks beat Ashton Smith in the quarter finals and Joe Coffey in the semi finals before ultimately losing to Zack Gibson in the final.
He would then defeat Travis Banks in the finals and would go on to challenge WWE United Kingdom Champion, Pete Dunne, the next night in a losing effort.

Noam Dar

On the second night, he lost a match to decide the number one contender for the WWE United Kingdom Championship to Noam Dar in a bout that also featured Mark Andrews and Flash Morgan Webster.
On the June 20, 2018 tapings for WWE's United Kingdom Championship Tournament, Dar returned to action in a fatal four-way match, defeating Flash Morgan Webster, Mark Andrews and Travis Banks to become the number one contender for the WWE United Kingdom Championship.