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Even though they never even hinted at it in the broadcast, isn't Rasche Brown still one half of the mysterious NWA World Tag Team champions? Unless there has been a recent switch, the last I knew the champs were him and Keith Walker.
Originally posted by StareagleEven though they never even hinted at it in the broadcast, isn't Rasche Brown still one half of the mysterious NWA World Tag Team champions? Unless there has been a recent switch, the last I knew the champs were him and Keith Walker.
The NWA Champions' Roll Call (nwawrestling.com) concurs, but these folks probably don't want to confuse anybody - all of this show's tag storylines already revolve around what they're calling the "NWA Heritage" titles - which are really the M1W (Mach One Pro Wrestling) tag titles....which you'll find at the very bottom of THIS page (nwawrestling.com).
I was in LA yesterday so I went to the TV tapings last night. I'm guessing they were for episodes to air later this month or December. The formatting was all over the place so the way it's edited into a tv show is likely going to be much different from the order they ran the show. The show was at the Galxy Theater in Santa Ana (Where UPW used to run shows) and admission was $15 for three hours of tapings. It was a good time and I want to go again next month if I can swing it. The 3 big names there were Colt Cabana, Austin Aires, and NWA Champion Adam Pearce. The rest of the guys working were the local Mach-1/PWG workers and a couple guys who also work Revolucion up North. We got 2 Women's matches, Shimmer/ROH's Rachel Summerlynn (of the Putski family) against Lucky O'Shea and New York Knockout Nikki (Toni the Top from Wrestlicious) against Thunderkitten. Those matches were kind of short (around 4-5 minutes) but decent. the guys mathces mostly got longer (around 10 minutes) run times with a couple squashes interspersed. They did a few in ring promos and angles but mostly just wrestled. I got to meet Colt afterwards at merch and he sold me a shirt. He spent most of his time talking to the kids who were there (quite a few given a total crowd of a maybe 200) and was very good to them. He's a way cool dude to meet in person.
I won't tell anyone who to hate or who not to, but anyone reasonable could concede that a guy that hasn't been around for more than a couple months and hasn't been given any kind of real push is a weird target for "hate".