Since Billy Corgan bought and re-established the NWA, the two biggest matches under his banner have been Nick Aldis vs. Cody Rhodes.
The first bout took place at All In, with Cody capturing the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Title. Aldis would gain the title back at NWA's 70th Anniversary event.
Aldis remains NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion, while Cody is one of the top stars in AEW. Corgan has established a working relationship with Tony Khan and should the opportunity for Aldis vs. Rhodes 3 arise, Corgan would not turn it down.
"Right now, the NWA is in a position where we're building back up. I appreciate those opportunities but we're not geared in that way," said Corgan when asked about his working relationship with AEW and other companies on Two Man Power Trip. "If you saw the comments Chris Jericho had with IMPACT -- I'm publicly no fan of them because of my dealings, including them stealing former talent from us and what went on with Dixie Carter -- Jericho completely buried the situation with IMPACT and talking about the disparity in power and star attractions. No mark on the talent, but you're not an equal in the situation, so you're put in a situation where you're trying to convince another fanbase to believe in some form of equity. Under the right circumstances, like Serena and Thunder Rosa, is a nice balance. If Tony calls and wants to do Cody vs. Nick Aldis 3, I'm all over it. Some of the traditional ways people work together, like invasion angles, I don't think it's a good fit for either one of."
Rhodes vs. Aldis 3 has been discussed often by fans and in interviews, but it is unknown if it will ever come to fruition. On Busted Open Radio, Corgan said he's pitched the match to Tony "a few times."
Aldis will defend the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Title against Trevor Murdoch at When Our Shadows Fall on Sunday, June 6. You can view the full lineup for the show by clicking here.