Earlier today via NWA Facebook Live, the National Treasure Nick Aldis announced the first three names that will be guaranteed Worlds Heavyweight Championship Matches in November. The first match which be against Brandon Scott and will take place at Maryland Championship Wrestling’s “Autumn Armageddon in Joppa Maryland on November 9th.
At the NWA 70th Anniversary Show, Nick Aldis defeated Cody to win the National Wrestling Alliance Worlds Heavyweight Championship for a second time. The match was a 2/3 Falls Match that saw the action spill into the stands including the concession stand Aldis scored the first fall with his King’s Lynn Cloverleaf and would still the final fall with a small package.
“The challenges came rolling in” for Nick Aldis and his NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship according to the champion during his state of the union. Aldis agreed to match with Scott, because the champion felt that he can bring Scott to the next level with another match.
This match will be contested under 2 out of 3 falls, which was a staple for the NWA’s yesteryear and was how the title was contested at the NWA 70th. This will mark the second time these two have faced off in Joppa for MCW.
Brandon Scott has stretched out his wings since April 21st. Scott has become a regular for West Coast Wrestling Connection, in Oregon, as well as competing for America’s Most Liked Wrestling in the Mid-Atlantic. Scott will certainly have home field advantage when the two lock horns on November 9th.
Giving Brandon Scott this opportunity is significant, as he’s the first wrestler that Nick Aldis has given an opponent a second opportunity at the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship.
The 2018 Autumn Armageddon kicks of on Friday November 9th at the the MCW Arena. WWE Hall of Famer the “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase as well as The Booygeyman and Rosa Mendes will be in attendance and take part of a special pre-show Meet and Greet. Ring side and General Admission Tickets are still available, however front row has sold out. Order your tickets here