The National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) and Boca Raton Championship Wrestling will organize a joint event next month, and the lineup has been announced.
On Friday, both companies issued a press release to promote the show, which takes place on July 19th in Boca Raton, Florida.
You can check out the official announcement below:
“Boca Raton Championship Wrestling and The National Wrestling Alliance join forces for an epic showdown!
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 19th, 2023, as we bring the ultimate wrestling extravaganza to the Boca Black Box in Boca Raton, FL!
Witness jaw-dropping athleticism, electrifying moves, and intense rivalries that will leave you on the edge of your seat!
Prepare for an adrenaline-fueled night as the most talented wrestlers step into the ring, ready to unleash their raw power and showmanship.
Grab your friends, bring your cheers, and prepare for an unforgettable night of body slams, high-flying action, and spine-tingling moments!
Don’t miss out on the hottest ticket in town! Get your seats now for an evening that will leave you screaming for more!
Join us for an epic clash of titans as Boca Raton Championship Wrestling and The National Wrestling Alliance deliver a night of pure professional wrestling!
See you ringside on July 19th – let’s make history together!
Boca Versus The World
*NWA TV Champion Thom Latimer vs. Noah Kekoa.
*BRCW Champion Lakay vs. Odinson.
*Gangrel & Bull James vs. Daisy Kill & Jack Talos.
*NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Kerry Morton vs. Alan Martinez.
*Thrillbilly Silas Mason vs. BRCW All-Star Champion Mark Long.
*The Island Kings vs. Mike Knox & Trevor Murdoch.
*Kenzie & Kylie Page vs. MJ Jenkins & Natalia Markova.
*Ariel Levy vs. Joe Alonzo.
Impact Wrestling has three episodes of its Diary series airing on AXS TV in the next two weeks, and the synopses for the mini-docs are online:
7 PM ET – Diary: Bhupinder Gujjar
“Indian-born Bhupinder Gujjar shares the struggles of uprooting his life to a new country and revealing the unforeseen struggles he endured. We follow his path as he prepares for one of the biggest and most violent matches of his early career.”
7:30 PM ET – Diary: Trey Miguel
“Trey Miguel is on the cusp of becoming the face of a new generation of pro wrestling athletes. See how he balances that challenge while fighting his personal demons on a journey to discover who he is in life and in pro wrestling.”
7:30 PM ET – Diary: Rosemary
“For the first time, Impact star Rosemary chronicles the early part of her career and shares personal details on her struggles with injuries, mental health and finding her path in today’s pro wrestling landscape.”
AAW has given fans an update on their schedule following the latest mishap. Last weekend, Irving Hall was shut down by the city of Chicago, which forced the promotion to cancel the event scheduled on Saturday night.
AAW issued the following press release to give fans an update on what’s next for the company. It appears that AAW has booked several upcoming shows at Berwyn Eagles Club, with a search ongoing for their November 25th show:
“Update On AAW Going Forward
To start this out, I would like to say THANK YOU to everyone for their support after the incident with Irving Hall this past weekend. It was overwhelming to see the wrestling community come together and have our backs.
For the first time in AAW history, a venue owner’s neglect has brought on the biggest financial hardship we have ever faced. We have been doing business with the owner of the Logan Square Auditorium/Irving Hall since 2015 and it is sad to say, the trust has been broken.
A few weeks prior, we were informed by 115 Bourbon Street that we could no longer have events there. Their insurance company was bought out by a bigger company and they were forced to cancel all boxing, MMA, and pro wrestling events. This wasn’t easy news to take but we will move forward.
These last few days have been tough, stressful, and emotional for everyone in AAW.
We WILL move forward in a positive direction and keep giving you the very best in professional wrestling in the Chicagoland area.
The Berwyn Eagles Club has stepped up and taken on as many dates on our schedule as possible.
July 15th – Berwyn Eagles Club – Berwyn, IL
August 31st – Berwyn Eagles Club – Berwyn, IL
October 28th – Berwyn Eagles Club – Berwyn, IL (JLMT Double Header)
December 30th – Berwyn Eagles Club – Berwyn, IL
We are still looking to fill the November 25th date somewhere. We will keep you posted
If you had season tickets at Logan or Bourbon, we will honor your seats at the Berwyn Eagles Club.
Tickets for July 15th go on sale Monday morning at 10:00am at aawpro.ticketleap.com.
If you own a business, podcast, or anything else and would like to advertise/sponsor AAW, please contact us at [email protected].
Thank you again for your continued support, we won’t let you down.”
And finally, WWE alumnus Al Snow’s comedy special is set to debut on the Premier Streaming Network later this month. On Friday, PSN announced that the “Al Snow Tag Team Comedy” special will be available on the service starting on June 30th.
You can check out the official announcement below:
“Al Snow Tag Team Comedy Featuring David Vox Mullen Coming to Premier Streaming Network
Comedy special available on PSN beginning on June 30th
Former World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar and current co-owner of Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), Al Snow and the multi-talented comedian, actor, singer/song writer David Vox Mullen have put their creative minds together to bring a hilarious new comedy special to Premier Streaming Network (PSN). Produced by Under The L Productions, in association with Premier Studios, Al Snow Tag Team Comedy featuring David Vox Mullen will be the first comedy special on PSN and will be available on Friday, June 30th at 8:00 p.m./EST.
The hour-long show, recorded at Zanies Comedy Club in Chicago and directed by Danny Reyes, blends outrageous stories from Snow’s time in the world of professional wrestling, along with Vox’s impressions and improv instincts for a one-of-kind special that will have viewers declaring Snow and Vox comedy’s tag team champions.”