The National Wrestling Alliance is looking to increase revenues and offer fans more choices for their wrestling dollar. The promotion has been trying to lock down top stars as they hope to expand in 2022. The NWA almost didn’t make it through the pandemic. Now, Billy Corgan and his team have announced that the NWA will expand their yearly pay-per-view shows from four to six. The company also revealed new details about their NWA All Access service.
For $49.99 a year or $4.99 per month, NWA fans can watch all six PPVs. Subscribers will also gain access to weekly episodes of NWA Powerrr each Tuesday through Fite. It’s everything a National Wrestling Alliance supporter could ever want.
A new show is also on the way for the NWA. NWA USA will air on Saturdays at noon on YouTube. Powerrr episodes will also be returning to that platform with a three-day delay. The company outlined their plans in a press release. Billy Corgan is excited about the potential for growth.
“With the NWA coming off our biggest and most successful year of this modern era, I can’t express just how thrilled I am to make this newest offering to fans via NWA All Access. And to that, we will work that much more to exceed expectations. Which is what makes the inherent savings in this annual package so exciting.
Because we as an organization really believe this new model will change the game for us; all whilst rewarding our most loyal and ardent fans with more shows and more PPV events.”
NWA wrestling has struggled to gain a foothold in a very crowded marketplace. The new moves could bring more eyes to the product. If the shows are good, Corgan could have a hit on his hands.
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