Near the end of the summer the enigmatic owner of the National Wrestling Billy Corgan made an extremely unexpected announcement. In the between since the announcement more information has been released about the upcoming Studio Wrestling show from the NWA. On Tuesday October 8, NWA Power is set to debut and you can watch this show with no restrictions, no paywalls. As far as watching the program it will premiere this Tuesday at 6:05pm Eastern and from this Tuesday it will become a weekly program airing every Tuesday, and it will air on Facebook and YouTube. The shows will also be made available on-demand through those platforms and will made available on Fite TV every Saturday Night.
I have always wondered why wrestling promotions had found more use for technology to gain some exposure. Over the last few years WWE moved to the WWE Network, Impact Wrestling began streaming on Twitch and various Independent companies have on demand services. One company that sticks out though is Major League Wrestling who has been using YouTube as an extra platform to gain more exposure for their weekly program after it airs on BelN Sports television channel. This is something that makes the NWA program unlike anything else out there, because a video sharing website has never be used as the only source of exposure for programming for a wrestling company.
At this point the first TV taping is in the books and ready to air, but with the NWA finally making a central weekly program it makes them stick out during the hottest period wrestling has seen in a long time. There is no doubting that Billy Corgan has really helped keep NWA on wrestling fans minds since he has taken over the promotion and this is an amazing next step. Another note was the NWA also announced NWA Power will be building to - their next PPV event which is set for Saturday December 14 in Atlanta. Remember on Tuesday October, 8 at 6:05 pm live on Facebook and YouTube it's the start of a new era for the National Wrestling Alliance!!
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With the rise of a social media presence for the NWA. It was fitting to move things for the site.