Tony Brooklyn has made 3 announcements regarding new licensees this morning via his facebook page. Apparently the original announcement with regards to NWA Grindhouse status in the NWA was premature, however effective today, along with a returning NWA Liberty States, and the Atlantic Canadian Championship Wrestling have come to terms with the National Wrestling Alliance. For those who keep track of these sort of things, these will be the 23rd, 24th, and 25th licensees to join the NWA. Liberty States becomes the 3rd NWA member in New Jersey with NWA DAWG and NWA Coastal. The North East is now made up the 3 NWA Promotions in New Jersey, 1 in New York, 1 in Rhode Island, and now the Eastern Coast of Canada.
Here are the official announcements
The NWA is proud to announce NWA Grindhouse and promoter Steve Savage as an officially licensed promotion and promoter. If you are in the Rhode Island area, make sure to catch NWA Grindhouse: Hostile Holidays on November 10!
The National Wrestling Alliance is proud to announce NWA Liberty States and promoter Ricky Otazu as an official licensed promotion/promoter.
NWA fans in Hasbrouck Heights New Jersey can catch NWA Liberty States live action on January 18, 2013. More details to follow.
The NWA is proud to announce NWA Atlantic Canadian Championship Wrestling and promoter Matthew Bullen as an officially licensed promotion/promoter.
NWA-ACWC will promote events and television on Canada’s east coast (including Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland). Look for their debut in early 2013.