After 12 weeks the weekly episode pay per view series Prime Time LIVE went on an indefinite hiatus.
The Man They Call Sting has been a star for nearly four decades competing in every major promotion. The two time former NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion made his debut for AEW Wednesday.
Every Tuesday Night Prime Time LIVE presents live wrestling from Thunder Studios in Long Beach, California. The Primer gives you the background of what to expect from the PPV.
Former two-time NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Rave is forced to retire due to an infection that caused his his left arm to be amputated.
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!
Could there be a new challenge to the NWA National Championship? Trevor Murdoch won the title in September, but has yet to have his first title defense. Could this challenger be his first?
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.
Prime Time Live presents it’s tenth episode of the weekly episodic pay-per-view series. Tonight we’ll see a re-match between Clark Connors and Danny Limelight, the debuts of Lindsay Snow and Manders, and the Hollywood Heritage Championship will be on the line when Ray Rosas and Andy Brown go to war.
Marti Belle announced this morning that she was no longer under contract with the NWA joining a list of at least eight competitors who are no longer with the brand from last year.