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NWA Set To Bring Back The Mid-America Heavyweight Championship + MLW/CMLL News



The National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) will reportedly be bringing back the classic Mid-America Heavyweight Championship.

According to a report from Pwinsider, the company will be reviving the title at their ‘Back to the Territories’ TV taping on June 1st in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is said that several representatives from the company’s various “territory” promotions will compete to crown the new champion. They will then travel to other promotions to defend it.

Exodus Pro, NWA Chicago, NWA Southeast – Joe Cazana Promotions, FTW, NWA Kross Fire Wrestling and World League Wrestling are all listed as NWA’s current territories and all of them will be represented at the taping.

The original Mid-America Heavyweight Championship featured champions such as Randy Savage, Buddy Rogers, Harley Race, Buddy Landell, Bob Armstrong, Tommy Rich, Jerry Lawler, Jackie Fargo, Bobby Eaton, Jeff Jarrett, Tracy Smothers, and others.

In other news, MLW and CMLL will be teaming up to present ‘Lucha Apocalypto’. The event will take place on November 9th in Chicago, IL.

You can check out the official announcement below:

MLW returns to Chicago Nov 9
Major League Wrestling will return to Chicago on Saturday, November 9 for Lucha Apocalypto, live on TrillerTV+ from Cicero Stadium.

Fans in attendance this Saturday at Cicero Stadium will get first access to tickets.

Tickets will go on sale for the general public this Tuesday, May 14 at 10am at and

As a thank you to Chicago fans for selling out Chicago for our May 11 event a half-month in advance, the November return will be a special fan appreciation event with tickets starting at $10.

Lucha Apocalypto will feature MLW fighters and CMLL’s grandest luchadores. Matches will be announced at

PLUS: Special Meet & Greets! One night only merch and more!

Tickets start at $10 at Tickets will also be available day of show at the box office unless the event sales out in advance.

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