NWA announces new studio series name, platform, return to pay-per-view

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

The NWA issued the following press release regarding its weekly studio wrestling series.

NWA POWER is coming to you worldwide every Tuesday at 6:05pm ET starting on October 8th.

As unveiled today by NWA President Billy Corgan at the Hard Rock Cafe Atlanta…. this return to its roots for the National Wrestling Alliance with studio wrestling is being made widely available for all great wrestling fans at the same time around the world. You can watch this show with no restrictions, no paywalls. Watch with other NWA fans during the live premiere every Tuesday at 6:05pm Eastern.

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And if you can’t watch the live premiere, the show will be available on-demand via those platform plus they will be made available on Fite.TV every Saturday Night.

Also announced today the National Wrestling Alliance returns to Atlanta on December 14th with a live PPV event.

Powell’s POV: Remember that day or two when it looked like Tuesday might be a wrestling free night? Now the NWA and Impact Wrestling have both announced their plans to run on the night that was vacated when Smackdown moved to Friday nights on Fox. The tapings for the NWA Power studio series will take place tonight and tomorrow in Atlanta.

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. What a major dud. A lot of people thought that with the Billy Corgan name behind NWA, it was automatic that he would get a meaningful network like MTV to broadcast NWA. He couldn’t even get POP TV to broadcast his company. Has to be a major hit to Billy’s ego that he has to settle for YouTube and Facebook for his show which will not make any money for him. Too bad WWE suspended those talks with NWA to broadcast NWA on the WWE Network. That would have been a shot to the arm that his company needed. This not so much.

  2. What a great week this is to be a wrestling fan! The premiere of AEW on TNT. And now the return to weekly programming of the oldest and most legendary brand in the history of the business, THE NWA. When the obituary is written for the New York Office (and make no mistake it will happen, because until it is “it will never be over”) this will be remembered as the week it all began. We have been waiting for this week since 2001. Here we go!

    • What a major dud. A lot of people thought that with the Billy Corgan name behind NWA, it was automatic that he would get a meaningful network like MTV to broadcast NWA. He couldn’t even get POP TV to broadcast his company. Has to be a major hit to Billy’s ego that he has to settle for YouTube and Facebook for his show which will not make any money for him. Too bad WWE suspended those talks with NWA to broadcast NWA on the WWE Network. That would have been a shot to the arm that his company needed.

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