Although the NWA has yet to have a new show in months, one of its champions will be defending her title very soon.
Mission Pro Wrestling announced that Thunder Rosa will defend her NWA Women's Title against Lindsay Snow at "Hell Hath No Fury" taking place on September 18 in Texas. Face masks are required and social distancing protocols will be in effect.
Thunder Rosa will be putting her NWA World Women's Championship on the line at Hell Hath No Fury against Lindsay Snow American Kaiju!— Brian Rosa (@briancervantes4) July 28, 2020
Face masks and social distancing required
Tickets available at https://t.co/wNTuSaayPg
Streaming live on https://t.co/hRsrxpx8Uj @nwa #nwafam pic.twitter.com/kS40Od9FlG
Also announced for the event is Alex Gracia vs. Avery Taylor as well as Madi Wrenkowski vs. Baby D.
Thunder Rosa has held the NWA Women's title since this past January when she defeated Allysin Kay at the NWA Hard Times pay-per-view show.
The NWA has stopped running shows months ago due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, calling off its planned Crockett Cup show that was going to take place on April 19, 2020 at the Gateway Center Arena in College Park, Georgia. There is no word on when the NWA will return, but NWA President Billy Corgan recently shut down rumors of the promotion shutting down.