Nick Aldis has been a prominent feature for NWA over the past several years. However, it seems like all is not well between Aldis and NWA. Recently, Aldis shared a message on Instagram where he announced that he has given his notice to the company. NWA retaliated by suspending Aldis with immediate effect.

Nick Aldis’ contract expires at the end of 2022 which means he could very well be a free agent at the start of next year if both parties don’t settle their differences. While many NWA fans will be sad to watch the former NWA Worlds Champion leave the company, Matt Cardona isn’t bothered by it at all.

In an exclusive interview with TJR Wrestling, Matt Cardona commented on Nick Aldis’ NWA departure by saying that while it “sucks” that he’s leaving, it doesn’t affect him personally or professionally.

“I don’t know Nick, very well. We wrestled before and I felt we had great chemistry in the ring. I think he’s a total pro. I think he looks like a million bucks. He talks like a million bucks. He was the face of the NWA for a long, long time and he did a hell of a job and if he’s leaving, I mean, see you later.

You know, it doesn’t really bother me. I didn’t come to the NWA to steal anybody’s spot. I came to create my own spot. So, you know, Nick did a lot of work for NWA, a lot of great work for NWA. You know, it sucks that he’s leaving, but I know he will do great, whatever he does next, but it doesn’t really affect me personally or professionally.”

Matt Cardona is set to face Trevor Murdoch and Tyrus for the NWA World’s Championship this Saturday at NWA Hard Times 3 PPV. On the other hand, Nick Aldis was set to take on Odinson at the same event, but his replacement hasn’t been announced yet.

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