NWA Southwest back on Television on two Dallas-Forth Worth stations.

Dallas, Texas (July 23) – National Wrestling Alliance Southwest (NWA-SW) announced today the return to weekly television programming after a 7- year absence from the airwaves. The show will be titled NWA STARS playing off the Lone Star of Texas motto, and will debut July 25, at 11 p.m. CST on KLDT, Channel 54. It will also air on Time Warner’s Channel 95 serving Dallas subscribers beginning in three weeks with time slots to be announced soon.
NWA-SW owner Ken Taylor said the Show will be a 30-minute format. The show will also be exported in the near future to a server to be aired worldwide Internet.
“We’ve been working on this for the past six months so one format would be adaptable enough to serve both TV and the Internet” said Taylor. “These two television shows will mark the first time we’ve aired on cable in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area.”
Taylor said more Road Shows will now be scheduled in North Texas to take full advantage of the TV programming, but added that NWA STARS could be expanded to a few more cities in Texas were NWA-SW will be running regularly. “With both TV and the Internet, we intend to bring the NWA brand back as strong as it was 30 years ago in both Texas and Oklahoma,” he added.
NWA-SW is no new kid on the block to television wrestling. From 1999 to 2003, the company aired 200 one-hour weekly episodes in DFW, and was also carried on the defunct Urban American TV network reaching 60 markets in the USA.
Taylor concluded that NWA STARS will be the first wrestling show to be broadcast on two different television stations in DFW starting next month.
NWA Southwest presents Parade of Champions, August 14th 2010 from Gainsville Texas.  NWA Worlds  Champion “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce defends against Former WWE Superstar Charlie Haas.  Charlie Haas will also be on the Alliance Radio, the official podcast of Alliance-Wrestling.com, a NWA Fan Site.

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