The NWA Introduces three new wrestlers to NWA POWERRR
New faces appear for NWA POWERRR. POWERRR made its return to the GPBS after a 420-day layoff. Following the NWA Back for the Attack Pay-Per-View, they taped matches for POWERRR almost immediately. But more impressive than the quick turnaround in production, was the new faces that joined the NWA. The NWA introduce three new wrestlers on the first episode of POWERRR.
The Pink Dream
Alex Gracia has appeared on eleven episodes of AEW programming, most for AEW Dark. Her wins and loss records are misleading. She’s known for her work on the Southwest Circut, working matches for SWE, Reality of Wrestling, and Mission Pro Wrestling. But she’s a world-class wrestler. Gracia has spent time working matches in Mexico and in Japan for Stardom. She’s also had matches for World Wrestling Network affiliates Shine and Evolve. She might have had a rough night against Kamile, she has the skill set to make an Impact in the NWA.
Mr No Days Off
Fred Rosser’s connections to the National Wrestling Alliance extend well over a decade. Long-time fans of the National Wrestling Alliance will remember him as Fred Sampson. Rosser was a regular for NWA Pro Wrestling East, Viva La Lucha, and Rising Phoenix Wrestling. In the Reclaiming the Gold Tournament he defeated Glamour Boy Shane in the First Round, before losing to Brent Albright in the 2nd round. Shortly after his time with the NWA he joined the WWE Developmental Program. He would become a tag team champion in 2015 with Titus O’Neil as the Prime Time Players. He has worked with NJPW Strong and Prime Time LIVE.His debut on PTL was against fellow POWERRR roster member Chris Adonis.
Marshe Rockett has been a veteran of the ring for going on 15 years. Although he has held championships throughout the midwest, he has never had a big break. Some of his biggest moments came more than 11 years ago. He competed at King of Trios for Chikara in 2008 & 2009. In the past, he’s had success teaming with Acid Jaz or Willie Richards as the “Da Soul Touchaz.” He challenged the late Jocephus for the RPW Championship on April 25th, 2014. Resistance Pro was Billy Corgan’s first foray into pro-wrestling.