WrestleCade Up Next For GFE-FITE Partnership NWA Champion – Nick Aldis defends his title New York, NY – November 5, 2018 -The next event for the highly successful partnership between Global Force Entertainment and FITE TV is WrestleCade, Nov. 23-25 from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The centerpiece of the weekend is the fourth annual WrestleCade Supershow, where the new NWA Champ Nick Aldis will defend his title against former world champ/MMA crossover superstar Jake Hager, formerly known as Jack Swagger. WrestleCade also will feature panel discussions, including one entitled “November to Remember: Celebrating 25 Years of ECW.” GFE and FITE announced

For Immediate Release Sept. 6, 2018 WRESTLECADE LIVE EVENTS COMING TO FITE TV No less than four wrestling shows and a retrospective on ECW emanating from WrestleCade in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Nov. 23-25 will be carried live on FITE TV, the premium digital combat sports network. FITE will air Friday night’s “Showcase of Champions” (7-10) and Saturday evening’s “WrestleCade Supershow” (5-8), as well as a Sunday morning (10:15-noon) panel discussion entitled “November to Remember: Celebrating 25 Years of ECW.” WrestleCade Weekend is the largest three-day conventions that celebrates wrestling and sports entertainment from all eras. Fans come from around the

The Mirror in the United Kingdom recently spoke with Global Force Entertainment Founder, Jeff Jarrett, about his latest business venture. Read about this and more, here!

The Express caught up with Jeff Jarrett to talk about his partnership with Wrestling Travel and his reunion with Vince McMahon! “[We] Gave each other a big hug and it was almost as if we picked up [from where we left off]. 17 years later,,,.” – Jeff Jarrett Read the full interview, here!

NWA Legend Magnum T.A. and the National Title One of the premier titles in the NWA during the 1980’s was the National title. Some of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling held the belt, including Jack Brisco, Paul Orndorff, Larry Zbyszko, Ted DiBiase, Dusty Rhodes, Tully Blanchard, Wahoo McDaniel, and Nikita Koloff. Now, the NWA is reactivating the championship, with the winner of a one-night tournament taking place at #NWA70 this Sunday in Nashville being the recipient of a newly-redesigned title belt. On hand to present the winner with the strap will be NWA legend Magnum T.A. In position

Jazz’s Legacy and the NWA Women’s Title are on the Line at #NWA70 Holding a title in wrestling for a year is something few competitors will ever attain. Any wrestler would be proud of that accolade. Carrying a championship for two years? Now you’re starting to enter the rarified air of a legend. Meet the NWA Women’s Champion, Jazz. With the belt in hand for the last two years, Jazz, also a former two-time WWF/WWE Women’s Champion, has helped elevate the NWA title to a status it hasn’t enjoyed before. Now, she has been tasked with defending it against up-and-coming

Nashville fairgrounds wrestling venue, steeped in history, to host NWA 70th anniversary show featuring @RealJeffJarrett @RealNickAldis and @CodyRhodes https://t.co/WFs4Xl48mY — Tennessean (@Tennessean) October 17, 2018

Nashville’s Sports Arena is the Perfect Place for #NWA70 The NWA, and professional wrestling overall, have a long history in Nashville. Going back decades to the 1940’s, the Music City has seen some of the world’s best wrestlers ply their craft. During its existence, the Sports Arena, located at the Nashville Fairgrounds, has played host to some of wrestling’s biggest names and events. Despite its history, the Sports Arena, along with the Fairgrounds itself, were to be shuttered back in 2010. However, the Nashville City Council voted to keep it open, and both the Fairgrounds and the Arena remain open