Is Eli Drake trustworthy? Will Tim Storm retire? Will we finally here from Kamille? So many questions, and some are answered this week on Power! Read more
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This week on NWA Powerrr, Colt Cabana has a mystery tag partner. NWA National Champion James Storm may have a new challenger for the gold. NWA Tag Team Champions the Wildcards defend against Eddie Kingston and Homicide in the main event. Plus, will Kamille finally have a chance to speak? Read more
This year has been a monumental one for the professional wrestling scene. Major seismic shifts has taken place with the emergence of All Elite Wrestling on Wednesday Nights, NXT debuting on the USA Network, and the resurfacing of the National Wrestling Alliance have all changed the wrestling landscape. I’ve skipped over NXT, tuned into the first two episodes of AEW Dynamite and over the course of this weekend (Saturday more specifically), I decided to wake up and head to YouTube to watch the first episode of NWA Power. Read more
In recent years, the National Wrestling Alliance has been on the upswing in terms of being known about in the wrestling business. For many years since the faithful night in Philadelphia when Shane Douglas tossed down the NWA World Championship to begin the era of Extreme Championship Wrestling, the NWA had been regarded mostly as a joke. Read more
The National Wrestling Alliance is attempting to return to national relevance with Billy Corgan as their new owner. Corgan, the lead singer in Smashing Pumpkins, had worked with Impact Wrestling and attempted to buy them, but had no luck. He has stated that storytelling will be a major focus for NWA and has a business plan to keep NWA strong for a long, long time. I personally haven’t kept up with NWA in several years, though I did review their show from 2010 and enjoyed what I watched, but haven’t gotten back to reviewing that show in a long time.
Recently, I figured to check out what was going on with the NWA. I honestly had no idea who their champion even was. Their champion is Tim Storm, a 50+ year old wrestler who hasn’t had much success in any major promotion, ever. In fact, after looking Storm up on the internet, he apparently has wrestled for over 20-years and I never knew about him. So, he certainly got a late start. He’s never worked for a major promotion. Read more