Slice Boogie Says He's Not Signed With NWA, Wants To Secure Money As Soon As Possible

Since the National Wrestling Alliance has come back for the attack, Slice Boogie has carved out a role for himself on the show.

He defeated Crimson, Jax Dane and Jordan Clearwater in a four-way bout at NWA Back For The Attack and has picked up victories on subsequent episodes of NWA Powerrr.

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Appearing on Turnbuckle Tavern, Slice Boogie discussed his current contract status with NWA.

"I'm not signed with NWA right now. I'm still technically a free agent. Would I want to go to AEW? Probably, yeah. WWE tryout? Yeah. Japan? Yeah, that's a dream. I feel like I should be on New Japan Strong. I've wrestled five or six people on the show already. I don't have a specific company (I want to go to), I'm just trying to raise my stock right now. I'm still learning and improving, but I would like to be signed to a major company. Besides going to Japan, I don't have enough time to go on a worldwide tour. I need to secure that money as soon as possible. I would like to at least experience Japan before signing a deal," he said.

Along with the NWA, Slice has wrestled for Championship Wrestling From Hollywood and FIST Combat during the pandemic.

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