NWA Week in Review for Mar. 28th

In the infamous words of Poppa Cal, better late than never, the Alliance proudly brings to you this Week In Review for March 28th, 2009.

All thought a celestial down pour prevented the Alternative Wrestling Show from holding their 7th Anniversary Spectacular, the AWS still moves on. The big news from AWS is a crowning of a new Women’s Championship. Already scheduled to participate in the tournament are “The New York Knockout” Nikki, Morgan, Carla Jade, Marissa Lopez, Erica D’ Erico, Ellen Degenerate, Candice LaRae, Kittana Vera, and Aiden Riley, with three more names to be announced. Morgan and Erico work regularly for NWA Arizona’s IZW. The rest are pretty regular of Southern California. But that isn’t the only announcement for AWS as the Alternative Wrestling Show will be holding a show in Burbank, which is an alternative to their Rowland Heights location. (see what I did there.) The Burbank show is to be a part of the Hollywood Show Convention. And lastly the AWS will in fact hold the Anniversary Show at its home at the AWS on Sunday April the 19th.

At Ring Of Honor’s “Take No Prisoneers” on April 4th, our worlds champion Blue Demon Jr. steps into Ring of Honor. Demon battles Nigel McGuinness, in an International Tag Team Match. McGuinness joins Claudio Castagnoli to battle Demon and Brent Albright. This will be the 3rd NWA Worlds Champion to appear in front of a ROH audience.

Speaking of wrestling Royalty the relationship with Jerry Lawler and NWA Main Event is in full bloom. Lawler’s last appearance in NWA Main Event drew crowd of over 1300 in Kentucky.

Ultimate NWA has announced it will start running again and will be crowning new tag team champions.

NWA Pro Wrestling Revolution has stripped Tag Team Champion Rey Misterio for not being able to make events and the announcement will be made soon.

Lastly “In 2009, ECCW Pro-Wrestling will partner with SHARE Family & Community Services for the first Wrestling With Hunger event. Twenty wrestlers will take part in a 72 hour show in Port Coquitlam, BC with the goal of restocking the food bank shelves and set the world’s record for the longest wrestling show ever!” This is a great positive event for wrestling and I hope more NWA members follow suit.

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