NWA Into the Fire 2019 : The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell features ODB discussing the fire that destroyed her food truck, the fundraising drive to help her buy a new truc NWA Champion Nick Aldis took questions from members of the pro wrestling media to promote Saturday’s NWA Into The Fire pay-per-view.
When Billy Corgan announced her intentions to obtain the remainder of the National Wrestling Alliance, it caused some scratches. What would a lead and long-time admirer of Smashing Pumpkins do to get the brand that was once out of the ash?
A little over two years later, his vision became clearer as NWA’s
popular YouTube show, Power, relies on pay-per-view in fire. Nick Aldis,
who has been NWA’s world champion for most of this new era, couldn’t be
more proud to see the phenomenal growth of the promotion. The British
tirelessly invested in achieving NWA’s title and title, defending “ten
pounds of gold” against the best talent on four continents. Hard work
“I think Into the Fire is a special feature for all of us because this is the first pay-per-view system in the NWA Power era,” he says. “The program has encouraged this pay-per-view purchase … This is the first one we do on our own with the talent we have picked and brought back. For me, it’s even more fun to do that well with pre-TV and FITE TV.”
He continues, “It is one thing to excite people on social media and say good things. It’s great when The Rock and Edge end these myths in our business. The ultimate goal is to encourage fans to separate from your hard-earned money, we have managed Whoever does more and more, this is the most rewarding. “
“This is a great opportunity to show growth and the path to
sustainability,” adds Corgan about PPV’s meaning to NWA’s future. “Our
main goal is to determine what makes our brand unique, and over time,
find a transportation partner that creates in our vision as a 21st
Aldis describes the collaborative atmosphere between an ad hoc group of individuals who have a common desire for NWA’s success. This is what is believed to separate Corgan from others who were in a similar position.
“I don’t think he got enough credit for his strong work mindset,”
Aldes says. He cares a lot about the commercial side of things. It is
not as if he is sitting saying “here a few million dollars.” I just want
to make designs and writers. “This is not a glorious fictional reserve.
Enjoy the creative part and collaborate where everyone has something to
say. The good thing is that I feel like it’s the first time in my life
and my professional life that I work for a box office company.
“It is not about who is in the right camp, what kind and favorite. Everywhere I worked, there was no necessary focus on what would generate more interest, which would make people buy tickets and Pay-Per-Views …” he explains. I think creativity is easy. If you care, you know what people are interested in. Companies make it difficult when they start playing. ” We really want to give yourself a note about this guy, and they don’t. “This guy didn’t agree with me, so I’m going to bury him.” What if people are willing to see him?
For example, he cites the reaction that Trevor Murdoch returned to at GPB Studios in Atlanta during his first appearance on NWA. Reactions from the powerful crowd gave the feeling that Marduk was hesitating with the audience. Thunder Rosa is another name that saw Aldis take the opportunity and not disappointed. The unique intimate atmosphere and reference to the old days of school has been afflicted by new fans and the elderly alike.