That’s a special day. Wrestling is one of the most unique forms of entertainment in the world as it is a mixture of action, athletics, drama, comedy and more, but the wrestlers are supposed to make you believe that everything you are watching is real. That is a lot easier said than done but it is something that has worked for a very long time now. Now some of that dedication has paid off.
One of the bigger stories over the last few years has been the return of the NWA, which, as NWA World Champion Nick Aldis said, went from a punchline to a powerhouse. After several years as pretty much nothing, the NWA began running a weekly television series called Powerrr, which was fairly well received. It did not last long, but it was better than nothing. Now though, the NWA is on its way back and they are getting some special recognition.
As announced by Aldis on Twitter, October 21, 2021 will officially be NWA Day in the state of Georgia. Aldis met with both the state’s Governor and a state senator, who presented him with a proclamation and praised the state’s relationship with the NWA. The NWA will be returning to pay per view on March 21 with Back For The Attack. There is no word on if the NWA will be running an event on October 21.
It was an honor to receive, on behalf of the @nwa, the Senate Resolution declaring Oct 21 "NWA day" in the great state of Georgia. @GovKemp and Senator Mullis were very welcoming and proud of the historic and continued relationship between the state and the NWA. #nwapowerrr pic.twitter.com/3yTeoSWHAZ
— Nick Aldis (@RealNickAldis) March 18, 2021
The NWA is on a roll. Check out how they have been getting ready:
Opinion: This is pretty cool and that is a great thing to see. I’m curious to see how the NWA is going to see going forward, but this is the kind of thing that can get them some nice attention on the way to their big return. You can always use some extra wrestling and that is what the NWA can offer. Powerrr worked well, but what else can they do going forward? That is what we need to see from here.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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