NWA Returning Next Month With Weekly Pay-Per-View Series

Their first show in months...

Yesterday, the United Wrestling Network announced they will be partnering with National Wrestling Alliance and Thunder Studios to produce United Wrestling Network's Primetime LIVE, a new weekly pay-per-view series. The series will premiere on September 15 at 9 pm EST and will be available to purchase from FITE and cable/satellite pay-per-view providers. Each episode will be 90 minutes long and will emphasise the NWA and UWN Championships. 

Within the press release, NWA owner William Patrick Corgan said: "I'm pleased that we are finally able to announce some good news, and in partnering with United Wrestling Network we'll be able to get back to work with what promises to be top-tier matchups, and soon. It goes without saying that 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, and our goal in re-establishing in-ring NWA action was to make sure that our talent would be protected working within the now established safety protocols, as well as delivering consistent, high quality content like our vaunted shows NWA POWERRR, and 'Ten Pounds of Gold.' But this will be more than just a weekly, live PPV broadcast, as we plan on shooting additional content for the NWA YouTube channel and our Patreon subscribers. My goal here is simple: to provide the best contests possible with the greatest talent available, carrying on the great legacy of the National Wrestling Alliance as an independent governing body. And in that we hope to feature at least one championship match on every live broadcast."

UWN: Primetime LIVE Executive Producer and NWA Ring Announcer David Marquez added: "To me, 'UWN: Primetime LIVE' is a pro wrestling fan's dream come true. I've always wanted to produce a joint program that would feature the baddest and best pro wrestlers from different promotions on the same broadcast. This fan first way of thinking should allow us to present match-ups that you might not normally ever see on weekly television. There may be a time when you see someone from Championship Wrestling from Hollywood go against someone from Chicago's Freelance Wrestling, or even fighters out of the NJPW LA Dojo versus West Coast Pro Wrestling. A major goal we have is to take newer up-and-coming athletes and present them in a way that hasn't been done on a nationally televised show before. With this incredible new platform and opportunity to let the greatest talent shine on a worldwide stage, we are poised to create new superstars! Factor in the NWA Champions and the stars of NWA POWERRR and beyond, all converging for some of the most exciting programming possible. In my 30 years in both television production and promoting wrestling, this project will be the biggest of my career."


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