Viva La Lucha’s Champions and Challengers featuring talent from NWA Pro Wrestling

The 4th Edition of the Viva La Lucha PPV Series Champions and Challengers debuted last night on iNDEMAND through out the United States.  All of the NWA Heritage Titles will be on the line at this event, along with a big match up featuring former NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Blue Demon Jr.  Playing all month on PPV in the U.S. and Canada before it even hits TV in Mexico.
On the last installment of Viva La Lucha PPV, Pro Wrestling Revolution’s (NWA Pro Wrestling Affiliate) Heavyweight Championship was decided when Oliver John squared off against Blue Demon Jr.  Blue Demon Jr. was successful in defeating his long time nemesis Oliver John and taking away his Revolution Heavyweight Championship.  On Champions and Challengers, Oliver John faces off against that rising star of Inoki Genome Federation, Atsushi Sawada in this international match up.
Also on the card will be a 4 Way War to determine the #1 contender to the PWR Jr. Heavyweight Title
Another big title defense will be for the NWA Heritage Tag Team Titles.  The Champs have been heavily featured on NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood as the RockNES Monsters have maintained their championship reigns with some of the best tag teams in Southern California.  On the 4th Edition of Viva La Lucha they will face off against former NWA World Tag Team Champions Los Luchas.  When these two teams face off you know it will be a fast paced and lots of fun tag team wrestling.  Think a modern day Rock ‘n’ Roll Express vs. Midnight Express. 
And the Main Event for Champions and Challengers, The revolution Heavyweight Champion Blue Demon squares off against El Generico to see who will advance in the IWL Title Tournament in Mexico.  Blue Demon Jr. has been looking to extend his championship legacy as of late.  Ring of Honor’s El Generico already having establishing a name for himself in Canada and the United States is looking to build his legacy on the legendary Blue Demon name. 

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