Nick Aldis Says AEW and WWE Big Market Battle Benefit NWA

Nick Aldis said: “The growing rivalry between AEW and WWE has changed where and how both companies market live events. According to the Multiple World Champion, that presents an exciting opportunity for the National Wrestling Alliance.

“It seems like the strategy of WWE and AEW going forward is to focus less on smaller shows in smaller markets and put all their eggs in one basket for the big. Stadium performances in major markets,” Aldis said in a recent interview exclusively for Wrestling Inc.

“It’s exciting for other organizations,” he continued, “These other markets can be tapped with enthusiastic and grateful fans.”

In his view, WWE’s touring schedule in the pandemic era has largely moved away from most secondary markets. AEW has also focused on larger venues and cities since resuming tours. This allows companies like the NWA, Aldis said, to capitalize on “hidden gems” — smaller fields that have long loved and supported professional wrestling.

In recent months, the NWA has done exactly that. St. Louis organized the company August NWA Empowerrr and NWA 73 pay per view. November see By NWA By any means necessary PPV broadcast from Oak Grove, KY. This month NWA returns home to Georgia for Difficulty 2 and the most recent TV shots.

“Atlanta has been great for the show’s launch,” he said, giving studio audiences “really loud, boisterous, and frankly” the first few seasons of the show. NWA Powerrr. However, Aldis implies that the company will hit the road again soon.

He say The upcoming Crockett Cup is “penned” for Nashville. Other markets before and after have not been mentioned but are likely. None of this, he points out, is meant to lighten the NWA stronghold of Peach State.

“You never want to turn down your welcome,” Aldis said, reminding fans that it was the first lesson he’d learned during his six years with TNA/Impact Wrestling. During that time, the company “Impact Zone” is only based at Universal Studios.

“I was there during the great Universal years,” Aldis reminds fans. “There’s no doubt that, from a lifestyle perspective, it’s nice to be in the same place all the time – but that’s not conducive to active and exciting fan interaction.”

He says fan engagement is one area where NWA stands out. According to Aldis, Audiences are seen as “first priority” – something he feels “should be obvious” in a competitive business.

“Any wrestling company that isn’t WWE or AEW needs to operate in a very, very fan-oriented way,” he said. “You really have to go above and beyond to create a message that says“ Hey, when you buy tickets to this event you’re going to have a great time and we’re going to have a great time with you. We appreciate that. ‘”

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