The NWA seems to be returning to holding live events in some form very soon.
The United Wrestling Network, which is affiliated with both Championship Wrestling From Hollywood and Championship Wrestling From Arizona, announced that it, along with the NWA and Thunder Studios have entered a partnership to bring live, weekly wrestling pay-per-view shows starting on September 15. The 90-minute shows will originate live from Thunder Studios’ Long Beach Studios and feature wrestlers from various regions and promotions, but there will be an emphasis on NWA and UWN Championships.
-- BREAKING: The United Wrestling Network, @nwa & @Thunder_Inc are partnering to launch a new, live, weekly wrestling PPV series on national cable / satellite TV and streaming on @FiteTV!— United Wrestling Network (@unitedwrestling) August 10, 2020
“United Wrestling Network’s Primetime LIVE” will premiere on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 9 pm ET. pic.twitter.com/KBnIGqnNIO
The 90-minute PPVs will originate LIVE from @Thunder_Inc’s Long Beach Studios and showcase competitors from all regions and promotions across the globe in their quest to settle real-life feuds and attain championship glory – with an emphasis on the @NWA and #UWN Championships. https://t.co/ptDXg7XyCf— United Wrestling Network (@unitedwrestling) August 10, 2020
The NWA has stopped live events and television tapings months ago due to the current ongoing coronavirus pandemic, including postponing this year's Crockett Cup show that was originally set for April.
The promotion started creating original content for YouTube during its hiatus, but that has slowed with there being no YouTube upload since June 18. NWA President Billy Corgan shot down any rumors of the NWA shutting down earlier in July in an Instagram post. The company cut ties with Vice President David Lagana not too long ago after he was accused of sexual assault and reportedly offered releases to anyone who wanted one.