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Well, Nosepass's Defenses are really good with an Eviolite, but it's HP-stat is lower.
Probopass has a higher HP-stat, but it's defenses are lower then an Eviolite-Nosepass. Plus, Probopass can hold Leftovers, as Nosepass is already holding an Eviolite. But Probopass has the Steel-typing, making only Water-type moves 2x effective on Probopass, making it lose it's Grass- and Steelweakness, but receiving an 4x Fighting- and Ground-type weakness instead of it.

I wonder which one is harder to pass (sorry, I needed to add this joke).

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Please be patient. It's not as if they're actively commenting instead of trying to help you. You will receive an answer when somebody who understands BH is able to respond.
By the way, I moved your answer to a comment. Please make sure you've left the answer box for actual answers to the question.
@Legolegger2 - I'm sorry that you were not satisfied :P.
To be fair, I did say you should probably use a better Pokémon, but if you had to chose one, use Probopass. :P
Levitate Probopass
Yeah, but almost every Team has a Contrary user with Superpower or use Thousand Arrows. :P

Also, some people use Mold Breaker. :P

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If you want an honest answer, I don't think either should be used at all in BH, but Probopass would probably be a better option simply because it has higher defensive stats and HP; additionally, because the only viable Pokémon that uses Eviolite in BH is Illusion Chansey. :P

When stuff like Zygarde-Complete, Dialga, Solgaleo, and Dusk Mane Necrozma are used, anything that doesn't bring phenomenal base stats, typing, and set is generally not used. If you are looking for for a good defensive tank, you should look into those Pokémon, or BH Viability, at least. Make sure the Pokémon you pick is best for its job. :P

Source: My best knowledge of BH

Hope I Helped!

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