With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, pro wrestling promotions are having a hard time figuring out how to proceed. While WWE is stubbornly pushing ahead with shows sans a live audience, other promotions are getting a bit more creative with their content.
In the case of the NWA, we’re getting “Carnyland.”
So what the hell is it?
Here’s how they describe it:
To the fans of #NWAPowerrr, we have asked one member of the roster to let you know from the beginning how much we miss doing the studio wrestling show. You’ll hear their authentic voice on how important each of you and how much we miss you. We read every one of your comments and can’t wait to read below as you watch this new show.
From that moment, you’ll enter #Carnyland and what you see will be just a first step into this new land we’re building. Like any new place, it will constantly be evolving based on its visitors, citizens and those who sit on the town council.
You will see some familiar faces from the National Wrestling Alliance in this new place. We will not over hype this moment, as our great NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis has said time and time again... under promise and over deliver.
Carnyland is not just one thing. And trust us, we’ve all been there... a lot.
For my money, Cliche Promo 101 at Carnyland College was absolute money, and this show has a lot of potential.