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New Match Announced For AEW Collision, Reka Tehaka Signs Exclusive NWA Contract



We have a new match announced for this week’s episode of AEW Collision, as Mark Briscoe, Kyle O’Reilly & Orange Cassidy will face off against The Iron Savages on Saturday’s show.

You can check out the updated lineup for this week’s edition of AEW Collision below:

* Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Semifinal Match: Adam Page vs. Jay White
* Mark Briscoe, Kyle O’Reilly & Orange Cassidy vs. The Iron Savages
* Toni Storm vs. Trish Adora
* MJF opens the show.

In other news, the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) has announced that Reka Tehaka has signed an exclusive contract with the promotion. She joins the likes of Natalia Markova, Blunt Force Trauma, Aron Stevens, Bryan Idol and others who have recently signed exclusive deals.

You can check out the official announcement below:

NWA Signs Reka Tehaka to Exclusive Contract
Reka Tehaka Joins Growing List of Names to Sign National Wrestling Alliance Contracts
The National Wrestling Alliance has signed Reka Tehaka. The Samoan-born star is the latest talent to come under exclusive contract with the legendary promotion.

Standing nearly six-feet-tall, Tehaka debuted in 2019. The Nightmare Factory alumna has made appearances for All Elite Wrestling, Women of Wrestling and more, joining in the NWA early in 2024.

“With her size and strength, Reka Tehaka has all the tools to become a true standout in the National Wrestling Alliance,” says NWA Chief Operating Officer Joe Galli.

“The NWA’s unparalleled women’s division is universally known for stealing the show,” Galli continues, “NWA ensures that opportunity by prominently featuring these incredible female athletes each Tuesday on NWA Powerrr and allowing these superstars to headline many NWA Signature Live Events.”

During her to-date brief NWA tenure, Tehaka and “La Princesa” Tiffany Nieves challenged The King Bees for the NWA Women’s tag titles. Thus far they’ve been unsuccessful against reigning champs Danni Bee and Charity King, who also recently signed with NWA.

Over the last several weeks, the National Wrestling Alliance has signed multiple champions and other top stars to long-term agreements. The flurry of signings comes as the company moves toward NWA 76, the annual celebration of the promotion’s founding in 1948.

The contracts not only guarantee each an ongoing home every Tuesday on NWA Powerrr, the company’s flagship program streaming on The CW. They better their chances of making it to the NWA’s anniversary spectacular, scheduled for Philadelphia’s iconic 2300 Arena on August 31.

All NWA titles are expected to be defended at NWA 76, the company’s biggest Signature Live Event of the year. Tickets are on sale now.

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