NWA's The Circle Squared competition series has a premiere date.
During the most recent episode of Powerrr, Sean Mooney revealed that the show, which will see wrestlers perform in front of an audience in order to secure a contract to compete for the NWA, will premiere on February 18 at 6:05 p.m. ET. Mooney, who will host the show, also mentioned that Powerrr will take a one-week hiatus as a result and return on February 25.
In addition, Mooney revealed that, in the coming weeks leading up to the Crockett Cup later this year, there will be a number of different programming, including Powerrr, The Circle Squared, Powerrr Surge, a face-to-face discussion show, and the season finale Super Powerrr.
For a refresher on what The Circle Squared is all about, here is what the NWA wrote about the series when it was first announced:
This series will allow new talents an opportunity to put their money where their mouth is to get a chance to earn an NWA Talent contract. This competition show allows talents selected to step up to the circle of the podium to exhibit their talents on the microphone before stepping into the square of the ring to show their physical abilities in a wrestling match. The key to making the NWA roster and eventually NWA Powerrr will be in these talents ability to connect with the the live audience in Atlanta and the audience watching all over the world. The ultimate winner of The Circle Squared will earn an National Wrestling Alliance contract.
For full results of this week's episode of NWA Powerrr, click here.