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NWA announces first TV tapings of Billy Corgan era


The National Wrestling Alliance announced that they will be holding television tapings this fall.

The company posted a video with NWA President Billy Corgan talking about studio tapings from the 1970s and 1980s, leading to an announcement about the NWA starting their own television tapings. The video then announced that tapings would be held in Atlanta, Georgia on September 30 and October 1. No venue was announced, nor was it mentioned where the tapings would be airing.

The NWA has made changes in the last several weeks, including ending their relationship with Ring of Honor. NWA World Heavyweight champion Nick Aldis was a regular on ROH’s shows, as well as National champion James Storm and the NWA’s newest signee Eli Drake.

ROH and NWA had worked together for a number of shows, including the NWA's most recent event, the Crockett Cup. The tournament featured wrestlers from the NWA, ROH, CMLL and New Japan Pro Wrestling. ROH’s Brody King and PCO won both the tournament and the NWA World Tag Team titles.