PRESS RELEASE: Hayden wins the NWA world women’s title this weekend!
Hayden Wins NWA World Women’s Crown in Houston
Saturday, January 25, 2014
For the third time in the span of a month, an NWA World championship changed hands as Barbi Hayden defeated Kacee Carlisle at NWA Houston #35 in Houston on Saturday to become the new NWA World Women’s Champion.
New NWA World Heavyweight Champion Crowned in Tokyo Saturday, January 4, 2014!
Satoshi Kojima defeated “Ironman” Rob Conway at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s “Wrestle Kingdom 8” event at the Tokyo Dome on Saturday, January 4 to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
Conway had been champion since March 2013 after defeating the Toyko Monster Kahagas in San Antonio, Texas and had since successfully defended the title many times both in the United States and several times in Japan, including against Kojima on April 7, 2013 in his first defense as champion.
In November in Osaka, Conway had also won the NWA World Tag Team titles along with Jax Dane when Conway pinned Kojima in a triple treat match also involving Kojima and Tenzan and the Killer Elite Squad.
Kojima’s victory marks the first time the NWA World Heavyweight Championship has changed hands in Japan since Dan Severn defeated Shinya Hashimoto on March 9, 2002.
Also in attendance at the match was former NWA World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race, who presented the new champion with the title.
The DVD showcasing the historic and successful NWA Invasion Houston event featuring the stars of the National Wrestling Alliance and New Japan Pro Wrestling which took place on October 18 in Humble, TX is now available at NWA Houston events and online at http://nwahouston.com/shopsite_sc/page2.html.
Nashville wrestling fans all know Mike Sircy.
Sircy has been one of the main names in the NWA scene in Nashville for many years. Having owned NWA Top Rope and being a part of NWA Southern All-Star Wrestling, Sircy has brought some of the best talent in wrestling to the area and, more importantly, to the fans. Now, it is time for wrestlers and wrestling fans alike to come together and help him.
Around the NWA – November 3, 2013
- It has been officially announced that at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s “Power Struggle” event on November 9 in Osaka, both the NWA World Tag Team and IWGP Tag Team titles will be on the line as NWA World Tag Team Champions Killer Elite Squad (Lance Hoyt and Davey Boy Smith, Jr.) take on IWGP Tag Team Champions Kojima and Tenzan and the team of Jax Dane and NWA World Heavyweight Champion “Ironman” Rob Conway in a three-way, two-fall, tornado rules match. The event will be available on iPPV.
Houston, TX – National Wrestling Vice President Chris Ronquillo has revealed the creation of a new NWA North American Heavyweight Championship belt, replacing and retiring the current belt, currently in the possession of the reigning NWA North American Heavyweight Champion Tokyo Monster Kahagas.
Houston, TX – The National Wrestling Alliance has named Colby Primeaux to the position of Director of Media Communications for the National Wrestling Alliance. Primeaux had been a freelance correspondent for NWA Houston and other NWA promotions since March 2013, and has written weekly feature articles for NWAHouston.com and the new NWARingside.com websites.
NWA Smoky Mountain “Fire on the Mountain” Results
Saturday, August 10, 2013 Kingsport, TN at the Civic Auditorium.
History was made this past Saturday in Kingsport, TN as current NWA Smoky Mountain Champion, Jason “The Gift” Kincaid defeated Chase Owens to become the new NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion. The two men tangled for over 40 minutes in an instant classic that featured nearly 2 dozen near falls. In the end, Kincaid prevailed with a flipping stunner from the top rope.
The National Wrestling Alliance is proud to announce the release of NWA Houston’s Parade of Champions “Paul Boesch Tribute” DVD and Blu-Ray Disc. DVD’s and Blu-Ray Disc’s can be purchased here: http://nwahouston.com/shopsite_sc/index.html
This historic event, which took place on April 20, 2013 in Houston, Texas, included three title changes and a tribute to the late legendary Houston promoter and NWA Hall Of Fame member (2012 class) Paul Boesch.
WrestlingINC staff member Raj Giri recently spoke to former NWA / WCW Superstar Nikita Koloff about his time in the business, never signing with WWE, his new show Preachers’ Daughters on Lifetime and more. You can watch episodes of Preachers’ Daughters on Lifetime today, the full schedule is at this link. Here is the interview, in its entirety:
WrestlingINC: You were first discovered by Road Warrior Animal, right, when you were trying out for the USFL?
Nikita Koloff: Yeah, I graduated college and was training for a pro football tryout when Road Warrior Animal gave me the phone call. He was actually approached by Don Kernodle, who was Ivan Koloff’s partner at the time. They were the world tag team champions in the NWA. Don had approached Road Warrior Animal and, actually, what he asked was, ‘Do you know any big guys who wouldn’t mind shaving their head and becoming a Russian?’ Animal said, ‘I know just the guy right now.’ That’s how it all happened.