NWA Powerrr to air solely on YouTube, FITE will remain PPV provider

The National Wrestling Alliance makes the decision to have air Powerrr air solely on YouTube. FITE will remain the PPV provider

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NWA’s YouTube channel is now back as the sole host of Powerrr. 

In 2022, the National Wrestling Alliance announced their All Access plan that would see ‘Powerrr’ first air on FITE via subscription before airing on the organization’s YouTube channel on Thursdays. 

In a press release issued today, the NWA is going back to their original format of Powerrr airing solely on their YouTube channel on Tuesdays at 6:05 PM EST. NWA USA will remain on the channel as well. 

FITE is continuing to carry NWA pay-per-views and the next one is ‘Nuff Said’ in February which will be followed up by the Crockett Cup and then NWA 75. Here is the press release: 

CHICAGO — The National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) is making bold changes this year to allow our television programming to be available to the largest international audience possible. We are proud to announce that starting immediately, NWA Powerrr will return as first run programming on the NWA YouTube Channel on Tuesdays at 6:05 p.m. EST and NWA USA will remain airing at 12:00 p.m. EST on Saturdays on the channel as well. NWA pay-per-view programming will still be available through FITE TV. 
First run programming will begin Tuesday January 3, 2023 and includes matches which will determine the teams that will head to the finals of the Champions Series Tournament. 
“I want to thank our viewers who used FITE’s Monthly or Annual subscription service to enjoy our product,” said William Patrick Corgan, president of the NWA. “Making the switch to having the world be able to watch NWA Powerrr at the same time is essential to our growth strategy going forward. FITE has been an important partner and we are happy to continue our relationship with FITE as our pay-per-view provider,” Cogan said.  
The NWA Annual Subscription on FITE began to be phased out on August 26, 2022. Viewers who have active subscriptions can still use them to watch pay-per-view programming until their subscription expires. The NWA Monthly Subscription is canceled effective immediately. 

NWA pay-per-views, such as Nuff Said, the Crockett Cup and NWA 75, will be available for individual purchase on FITE. 

To get a look at the lineup for tonight’s Powerrr on YouTube, head over to this link.
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