The National Wrestling Alliance have officially announced they will return to action on Tuesday, December 1, with their newest endeavour, NWA Shockwave.
The latest show from Billy Corgan and company will make air at 6pm on Tuesday’s, the slot previously occupied by NWA Powerrr which seems to have vanished without a trace. Even though NWA haven’t officially announced the dissolution of the popular YouTube show, there has been no word on its return.
NWA Shockwave will be produced at the Thunder Studios in Los Angeles, California and air on the United Wrestling Network which currently shows the UWN/NWA crossover program, Primetime Live.
An official announcement from the NWA read:
The National Wrestling Alliance returns to Tuesday nights!Mark your calendars! Beginning next Tuesday at 6pm eastern, the NWA will showcase matches produced in collaboration with the United Wrestling Network, including matches that have never been seen anywhere before! In the coming weeks, you will once again see the best that professional wrestling has to offer including Nick Aldis, Thunder Rosa, Eli Drake, Aron Stevens, Kamille, and many more!
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In previous months, NWA President Billy Corgan had teased the return of his company following the COVID-19 pandemic. Having not recorded any new material since the beginning of the year, many had consigned the promotion to history, stating that it would never return.
In order to keep his product relevant, Corgan sanctioned major championship changes on UWN Primetime Live, including Trevor Murdoch capturing the NWA National Championship, The Pope lifting the NWA Television Championship, the swapping of the NWA Tag Team Championships and most shockingly, Thunder Rosa losing the NWA World Women’s Championship to Serena Deeb.
Alongside the showcase on UWN, Corgan also worked a lucrative partnership with All Elite Wrestling to include the popular Thunder Rosa on their weekly programming.