David Marquez has announced he is parting ways with the National Wrestling Alliance.
As the NWA gears up for a return with Back For The Attack on Sunday, March 21. One of the longtime promoters and names most closely associated with the brand, David Marquez, has revealed on Twitter that he will not be a part of the upcoming tapings because he was not invited back.
I'd like to thank all the NWA fans who have included me in their enthusiasm for the return of Powerrr. I'm excited too, but I must admit that I will not be appearing on the upcoming episodes because I wasn't invited back. It's a great feeling that the brand and myself are so well associated. I became the NWA Missouri territory owner in 1997 and I've had the best of times (and the absolute worst) representing the promotion all over the globe. If this is my final exit from the company I extend a hearty handshake and appreciation to everyone who has fought to keep this storied institution going and wish the current management continued success. I have many students, close friends, and long-time associates who deserve to benefit from the popularity of this program, especially my production protege Billy Trask. He has a big task ahead of him that I know he will excel at. Of course, I'm not done with pro wrestling, I'm actually busier than ever with 3 weekly United Wrestling Network series and NJPW production.
Marquez was especially touted as an NWA promoter in the 2010s. He was closely associated with the angle between Adam Pearce and Colt Cabana that would see the NWA World Heavyweight Championship traded between both men and a seven-match series called “7 Levels of Hate.”
You can see a full look at the card for this Sunday's NWA return event here.