The Rock is a fan of NWA Powerrr.
The National Wrestling Alliance debuted its new studio show NWA Powerrr on Tuesday. The show, which streams live on YouTube and Facebook, has received positive reviews from the majority of fans online as it's presented as a throwback and something different from the majority of what they see on wrestling television today. Both Corey Graves and Bully Ray took to social media following the episode to give their thoughts the show.
Among the supporters of the show is The Rock, who posted the following message on social media.
Congrats Jim, the boys, crew etc. Stumbled across this show last night and enjoyed it. I grew up in territories and started my career at channel 5 in Memphis so I have a lot of love/respect for small scale, crowd tv shows. Cool vintage feel. Keep working hard boys. Rock— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 9, 2019
NWA gave their thanks to 'The Great One' in response.
Thank you Rock! https://t.co/UQmkny04G9— NWA (@nwa) October 9, 2019
Nick Aldis gave his thanks as well, while also angling for a match.
Thanks for checking out #nwapowerrr Rock. You inspired me as a kid and continue to do so with your incredible work ethic and class.— What's causin' Aldis (@RealNickAldis) October 9, 2019
PS...you've done it all, but you've never challenged for the #tenpoundsofgold. If you wanna make that happen we are open for business. ---- https://t.co/Vz6wcKHAcl
You can watch the entire first episode of NWA Powerrr and read Fightful's full recap of the show by clicking here.