Nick Aldis previews today’s NWA Powerrr studio show premiere

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

Nick Aldis wrote a preview of the today’s NWA Powerrr studio show premiere for FlaggedSports.com. “We wanted to have a show that absolutely embraces all the things that made professional wrestling stand out from other sports or any other television shows throughout history; loud, boisterous, gregarious wrestlers that tell you how great they are or tell each other what they don’t like about each other and then it gets settled with a match or sometimes a good ol- fashioned brawl,” Aldis wrote. “We don’t want you to have to sacrifice hours of your time every week to be able to follow our show, it’s one hour and trust me, it flies by…

“The show tips the hat to the classic studio style of Georgia Championship Wrestling or Crockett Promotions from the 80s, but with an updated look and production value. For those of you familiar with that style of presentation, it will be a fun nostalgia trip. For those that are not familiar, it will feel fresh and new.” Read the full preview at FlaggedSports.com.

Powell’s POV: I like this line from Aldis’s preview: “Simply put; if you like two guys sh*t-talking each other and then settling it in the ring, then give us an hour of your time.” Join me for a live review of the first episode of NWA Powerrr as the show streams on the NWA’s Youtube and Facebook pages today at 5:05CT/6:05ET. Today’s show is headlined by Aldis vs. Tim Storm for the NWA Championship.


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