In this one of a kind experience, listen to two former NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champions (neither ever lost the title) talk about the path of a Junior Heavyweight and what it means to be champion!
We are sad to learn of the passing for the “Samoan Beast” Michael Faith. The former two time NWA Texas Champion was a driving for the NWA Southwest region. He will be missed.
Danny Limelight joined the Alliance Guys Podcast to discuss how his career has taken off in the past four months. Becoming a bright spot for NJPW Strong, Prime Time LIVE, and working at All Elite Wrestling, Danny has become the hottest free agent in pro-wrestling.
Check out former NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champion Kevin Frazier and Jay Cal breakdown episode 5 of PrimeTime LIVE and react to the news of the creation of the United World Championship.
Marking 12 seasons of The Alliance Guys Podcast; Jay Cal, DKM, and former NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champion recap Episode 4 of Prime Time Live and discuss NWA News and Information.
Back with another episode of Jay Cal’s View, the journey of a journalist where Jay Cal pontificates about pro-wrestling. On this episode Jay Cal celebrates 1 year of POWERRR, discusses changes behind the scenes at CWFH, and celebrates former Woman’s Champion Jazz as she announces retirement.
Jay Cal and DKM go over the highs and lows of the 3rd offering of…
Former NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champion Kevin Fraizer, DKM, and Jay Cal take a deep dive into the United Wrestling Network #PrimeTimeLive which features talents from the National Wrestling Alliance, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and talent from across this country. This week the trio put over just how good Thunder Rosa is, how impressive Slice Boogie was, how much fun a true heavyweight bout can be, between Watts and Drake, and of course how much fun a junior heavyweight match can be between Martenson and Limelight.
What should have been the deathblow for the National Wrestling Alliance actually brought new life blood to the NWA. We celebrate 26 years ago, Douglas “putting the screws” to the NWA and tossing down the title, but we should celebrate the NWA surviving what should have killed it.