NWA Crockett Cup 2019 lineup: The full card for Saturday’s pay-per-view event

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following matches are advertised for the NWA Crockett Cup event that will be held on Saturday in Concord, North Carolina at Cabarrus Arena.

-Nick Aldis vs. Marty Scurll for the NWA Championship

-Willie Mack vs. Colt Cabana for the NWA National Championship.

-Allysin Kay vs. Santana Garrett for the vacant NWA Women’s Championship.

-Wild Card battle royal

-Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe vs. Rock-n-Roll Express” Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson in an A Block tournament match.

-Brody King and PCO vs. Satoshi Kojima and Yuji Nagata in an A Block tournament match.

-Flip Gordon and Bandido vs. Guerrero Maya Jr. and Stuka Jr. in a B Block tournament match.

-Crimson and Jax Dane vs. the Wild Card battle royal winners in a B Block tournament match.

Powell’s POV: The semifinals and finals of the one night Crockett Cup tag tournament will also be held on this show. The broadcast team will be Joe Galli and Jim Cornette, and legends such as Magnum TA, Nikita Koloff, and the Midnight Express will appear. The event is available via pay-per-view television, FITE TV, and HonorClub. The price on FITE TV is $24.99. Join me for live coverage on Saturday at 6CT/7ET.

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