FITE Confirms Full Card For NWA When Our Shadows Fall Pay-Per-View On June 6

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FITE TV has confirmed the full lineup for this weekend’s NWA When Our Shadows Fall pay-per-view. The event will be headlined by Nick Aldis versus Trevor Murdoch for the famed “Ten Pounds Of Gold.”

NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship

Trevor Murdoch vs Nick Aldis (c)

NWA World Women’s Championship

Kamille vs Serena Deeb (c)

NWA Tag Team Championship

War Kings vs Chris Adonis and Tom Latimer vs Aron Stevens and JR Kratos (c)

Thunder Rosa and Melina vs Kylie Rae and Taryn Terrell

Non-Title Grudge Match, ‘There Must Be A Winner’

Tyrus w/ Austin Idol vs Da Pope

JTG vs Fred Rosser

Fatal Four-Way Tag Team Match

The End vs MechaWolf and Bestia 666 (of AAA) vs Marshe Rockett and Slice Boogie vs Sam Rudo (formerly Adonis) and Sal Rinauro

The NWA When Our Shadows Fall pay-per-view will premiere on FITE on Sunday, June 6 at 4 p.m. EST. The event will also feature an exclusive new song from Smashing Pumpkins guitarist Jeff Schroeder, who was asked by NWA President Billy Corgan to write a song representing the PPV’s dark and ominous circus-like theme.


NWA’s Nick Aldis, the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion, recently spoke with WrestleZone Managing Editor Bill Pritchard about the state of the National Wrestling Alliance and his continued reign as champion, which currently sits at 948 days. He explained that he hears some of the criticism of his reign, but noted that the past year’s events are out of his control and he still takes pride in knowing that he’s still considered as the best representative of the NWA today.

“It’s just an unusual situation in the modern era for someone to hold a championship for this long. So, I’m just kind of like… sorry if you’re upset about the lack of wrestling matches that happen during a global pandemic, but aside from that, it’s a cool feeling to know that historically you’ll be up there with some all-time greats. That’s more of a novelty thing for me, but on a professional side,” Aldis said, “it’s more rewarding to know that I’m still considered to be the best guy for the job at this point in time after two years.”

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