NWA Commentator and Former Wrestler, Velvet Sky Talks ‘Alwayz Ready‘ PPV on FiteTV this Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted prior to Matt Cardona’s bicep injury. We wish the NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion a speedy recovery.
The current National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World’s Heavyweight Champion, Matt Cardona has not only lived up to his moniker of being, ‘Alwayz Ready‘, he has even gotten a Pay Per View (PPV) named after himself. The ‘Alwayz Ready‘ PPV takes place at the Knoxville Convention Center, in Knoxville, Tennessee on FiteTV this Saturday, June 11, 2022..
“As World’s Heavyweight Champion, Matt Cardona insisted that if he was to be compelled to go to a storied NWA territory like Knoxville, Tennessee and defend the championship, he would only appear if the June 11th PPV was in his honor,” said NWA President, William Patrick Corgan. “This event, named after his singular catchphrase ‘Alwayz Ready’, will feature his entrance music as the show’s sole theme, and all promotional materials therein will include his brand and likeness; including no less than a modified NWA logo which now reads MCWA (Matt Cardona Wrestling Alliance.) Now all that’s left is for the champion to be ready to live up to his requests.”
Although Cardona is claiming that he is the only NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion to ever have a PPV named after him, he is forgetting that Ric Flair had the, ‘Flair for the Gold,’ Cardona has proven himself to be the world’s best, whether we like it or not.
One person who is not too fond of the current champion, is former TNA/IMPACT Knockout’s Champion and Tag Team Champion, Velvet Sky, who joined the NWA commentary team a little less than a year ago. She makes up the three person team with Joe Galli and former NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion, Tim Storm.
Sky discusses retirement, joining the NWA following having worked with Corgan at IMPACT Wrestling, her show Velvet After Dark and how the legacy of the oldest promotion in North America still lives up to the standards that have been held up by the NWA for over 75 years.
Tickets are on salw at NWATix.com with various pricing from VIP down to general admission. The event will air live on FITE for $24.99 individually, and is included in the $49.99 NWA All Access annual pass available at https://www.fite.tv/join/nwa-