The extinct NWA territory system in North America
The extinct NWA territory system in North America

Formed in 1948, the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) was the largest governing body in professional wrestling. Under the control of the NWA Board of Directors (consisting of various prominent, regional promoters), the organization oversaw the NWA's national territory system which recognized one world champion, participated in talent exchanges, and collectively protected the territorial integrity of member promotions. Unlike independent promotions, territories collaborate and recognize other member promotions. In 1993,[1] the territories were reorganized following the withdrawal of World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). As other territories left the organization, the NWA would discontinue its memberships in August 2012.[2][3][4][5]

The following is a list of all past NWA-affiliated promotions and/or territories.

Former NWA-affiliated promotions and/or territories

The following promotions joined the NWA between its founding in 1948 and before the organization was acquired by Lightning One in October 2017.

indicates a founding member of the NWA

Table of wrestling promotions sorted by years in the NWA
Promotion Year(s) in the NWA Territory Promoter(s)
NWA Iowa 1948–1959[6] United StatesIowa Des Moines, Iowa Paul "Pinkie" George†
Minneapolis Boxing and Wrestling Club 1948–1960[6] United States Minneapolis, Minnesota Tony Stecher† (through 1954)
Wally Karbo (through 1954–1960)
Verne Gagne (through 1954–1960)
Harry Light Wrestling Office[7] 1948–1961[6] United States Detroit, Michigan Harry Light
Midwest Wrestling Association 1948–Mid 1960s[6] United States Columbus, Ohio Al Haft†
St. Louis Wrestling Club 1948–1985[6] United States St. Louis, Missouri Sam Muchnick(through 1982)
Bob Geigel
Heart of America Sports Attractions / Central States 1948–1988[6] United States Kansas City, Missouri Orville Brown(through 1958)
George Simpson (through 1958)
Bob Geigel (1958–1986, 1987–1988)
Jim Crockett, Jr. (1986–1987)
NWA Montana 1949–1950[8] United States Great Falls, Montana Jerry Meeker
NWA Hollywood 1949–1956[9] United States Los Angeles, California Hugh Nichols
American Wrestling Association[10] 1949–1957[9] United States Boston, Massachusetts Paul Bowser
NWA Nebraska 1949–1957[11] United States Omaha, Nebraska Max Clayton
Montreal Wrestling 1949–1957[9] Canada Montreal, Quebec Eddie Quinn
John J. Doyle Enterprises
California Wrestling Office
Hollywood Wrestling
United States Los Angeles, California Johnny Doyle (through 1954)
Cal Eaton (1954–1966)
Mike LeBell (1958–1983)
NWA San Francisco 1949–1961[9] United States San Francisco, California Joe Malcewicz
Fred Kohler Enterprises[7] 1949–1963[7] United States Chicago, Illinois Fred Kohler
Southwest Sports 1949–1966[9] United StatesTexas Houston, Texas Morris Sigel
Ed McLemore
Paul Boesch
Norman Clark
50th State Big Time Wrestling 1949–1979[9] United StatesHawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Al Karasick (through 1961)
Ed Francis
James Blears
NWA Mid-America 1949–1981[9] United States Dyersburg, Tennessee
United States Nashville, Tennessee
Nick Gulas
Roy Welch
John Cazana
Joe Gunter
Tulsa Promotions
Leroy McGuirk's Championship Wrestling
Tri-States Wrestling
Midwest Championship Wrestling
1949–1982[9] United States Tulsa, Oklahoma Sam Avey (through 1958)
Leroy McGuirk (1951–1982)
Maple Leaf Wrestling 1949–1984[9] CanadaOntario Toronto, Ontario Frank Tunney (through 1983)
Jack Tunney
ABC Booking
Mid South Sports
Georgia Championship Wrestling
1949–1984[9] United States Atlanta, Georgia Paul Jones (through 1974)
Jim Barnett (1973–1983)
Ole Anderson
Eastern Sports Enterprises[13] 1950–1957[14][7] United States New York City, New York Rudy Dusek
Manhattan Booking Agency
Manhattan Wrestling Enterprises
1950–1957[14][7] United States New York City, New York Joseph "Toots" Mondt
NWA Indianapolis 1950–1960 United States Indianapolis, Indiana Billy Thom (through 1959)
Balk Estes
Salt Lake Wrestling Club 1950–1960s[15] United States Orem, Utah Dave Reynolds
NWA Gulf Coast 1950s–1978 United States Dothan, Alabama Buddy Fuller (through 1960)
Lee Fields
Bobby Fields
Rocky McGuire
Upstate Athletic Club
Buffalo Athletic Club
Erie Athletic Club
1950–1970[16][17] United States Buffalo, New York Ed Don George (through late 1950s)
Bobby Bruns
Pedro Martinez
NWA New Mexico 1950–1982[18] United States Albuquerque, New Mexico Mike London
Championship Wrestling from Florida 1950–1987[15] United States Tampa, Florida Clarence Luttrell (through 1971)
Eddie Graham (through 1985)
Hiro Matsuda (1985–1987)
Duke Keomuka (1985–1987)
Western States Sports[7] 1951–1980[19] United StatesTexas Amarillo, Texas Dory Detton (through 1955)
Karl Sarpolis (1955–1966)
Dory Funk (1955–1973)
Dory Funk, Jr. (1967–1978)
Terry Funk (1967–1978)
Dick Murdoch (1978–1980)
Bob Windham (1978–1980)
Foothills Athletic Club
Big Time Wrestling
Stampede Wrestling
1951–1982[19] Canada Calgary, Alberta Larry Tillman (through 1952)
Stu Hart (1952–1982)
Jim Crockett Promotions
Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling
1951–1988[19] United States Charlotte, North Carolina Jim Crockett (through 1973)
Jim Crockett, Jr.(1973–1988)
Japan Pro Wrestling Alliance 1953–1973 Japan Tokyo, Japan Rikidōzan (through 1963)
Toyonobori (through 1966)
Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre 1953–1986[21] Mexico Mexico City, Mexico Salvador Lutteroth
Capitol Wrestling Corporation
World Wide Wrestling Federation
World Wrestling Federation
United States Washington, D.C.
United States New York City, New York
Vince McMahon, Sr. (through 1982)
Joseph "Toots" Mondt (through 1965)
Vince McMahon (from 1982)
NWA Pacific Northwest 1957–1992 United States Eugene, Oregon Don Owen
NWA All Star Wrestling Early 1960s–1985 CanadaBritish Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia Sandor Kovacs (through 1977)
Al Tomko
All-Star Pro Wrestling 1962–early 1990s New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand Steve Rickard
Big Time Wrestling 1964–1980 United States Detroit, Michigan Ed Farhat (The Sheik)
Francis Flesher
World Class Championship Wrestling 1966–1986 United States Dallas, Texas Jack Adkisson (Fritz Von Erich)
Big Time Wrestling 1968–1981 United States San Francisco, California Roy Shire
Eastern Sports Association 1969–1977 CanadaNova Scotia Halifax, Nova Scotia Al Zinck
World Championship Wrestling 1969–1978 AustraliaNew South Wales Sydney, New South Wales Jim Barnett
All Japan Pro Wrestling 1973–1986 Japan Tokyo, Japan Shohei Baba
NWA Southeast Championship Wrestling
Continental Championship Wrestling
1974–1987 United States Knoxville, Tennessee Jim Barnett
Ron Fuller
Korean Wrestling Association Mid 1970s–1983 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Kim Ill
New Japan Pro-Wrestling July 20, 1975 – 1985
Japan Tokyo, Japan Antonio Inoki (1972–1989)
Seiji Sakaguchi (1989–1999)
Tatsumi Fujinami (1999-June 2004)
Masakazu Kusama (June 2004-June 2005)
Simon Kelly Inoki (June 2005-April 2007)
Naoki Sugabayashi (April 2007-September 2013)
Kaname Tezuka (September 2013 – February 2016)
Katsuhiko Harada (February 2016 – present)
Capitol Sports Promotions
World Wrestling Council
1979–1987 Puerto Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico Carlos Colón
Victor Jovica
NWA Polynesian Wrestling 1979–1988 United States Honolulu, Hawaii Peter Maivia (through 1982)
Lia Maivia
World Championship Wrestling 1988–1993 United States Atlanta, Georgia Jim Herd (1988–1992)
Kip Allen Frey (1992)
Bill Watts (1992–1993)
Eric Bischoff (1993)
Dominicana De Espectaculos Late 1980s Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Arcadio Disla Brito
NWA New Jersey
NWA Championship Wrestling America
1992–2000 United States New Jersey Dennis Coralluzzo
Eastern Championship Wrestling 1993–1994 United States Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tod Gordon
NWA UK Hammerlock 1993–2013 United Kingdom Great Britain
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Dean Champion
Smoky Mountain Wrestling 1994–1995 United States Tennessee
United States Kentucky
United States Virginia
United States West Virginia
United States North Carolina
United States South Carolina
United States Georgia
Jim Cornette
Sandy Scott
International Wrestling Association 1994–2001
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Víctor Quiñones
Juan Rivera
NWA Florida 1994–2005 United States South Florida Howard Brody (through 2002)
Joe Price
Ron Niemi
NWA Pro Wrestling eXpress[22] 1995 United States Pennsylvania

United States Michigan

Jim Miller
IWA Japan[23] 1995–1996 Japan Japan Víctor Quiñones
Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling 1996 Canada British Columbia ECCW Entertainment Co. Ltd.
NWA Main Event[24] 1997 United States Tennessee Jason Womack
NWA Music City Wrestling
NWA Worldwide
1999-Oct 2000
United States Tennessee Bert Prentice
NWA 2000 1997–2001 United States North Carolina
United States New Jersey
Steve Corino
Marc Coralluzzo
NWA Ohio Valley 1997–2001 United States Indiana
United States Kentucky
Daniel Briley
Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling[25] 1998 United States North Carolina
United States South Carolina
Ricky Nelson
NWA Midwest[26] 1998 United States Illinois
United States Indiana
United States Iowa
United States Kansas
United States Missouri
United States Wisconsin
United States Florida
United States New Hampshire
United States Massachusetts
Rico Mann
Ed Chuman
Pennsylvania Wrestling Alliance 1998–2000 United States Pennsylvania Robert Fischer
Torrence Tate
John Wickizer
NWA New York 1998–2000 United States New York Carlina O'Brien
Richard O'Brien
NWA Northeast 1998–2000 United States New York
United States Connecticut
Michael O'Brien
NWA Michigan
NWA Great Lakes
1998–2002 United States Michigan Gene Austin
Canadian Wrestling Federation 1998–2005 Canada Manitoba Ernie Todd
NWA Georgia 1998–2005 United States Alabama
United States Georgia
United States Tennessee
Bill Behrens
NWA West Virginia
NWA West Virginia/Ohio
NWA Tri-State
1998–2007 United States West Virginia
United States Ohio
Richard Arpin
NEO Japan 1998–2010 Japan Japan Kyoko Inoue
Tetsuya Koda
NWA Southwest 1998–2011 United States Texas Ken Taylor
NWA Germany 1999–2002 Germany Germany
Austria Austria
Franz Schumann
NWA Hawaii/IXWF 1999–2007 United States Hawaii Parrish Ho
Joseph Tramontano
NWA Mid-South[27] 1999–2009 United States Tennessee
United States Arkansas
Alvin Minnick
New England Championship Wrestling 2000 United States Massachusetts Sheldon Goldberg
International Independent Wrestling
Impact Independent Wrestling
2000–2003 United States Rhode Island Tim Boutin
NWA Fusion 2000–2013 United States Virginia Rick O'Brien
Larry Horsley
NWA Absolute Entertainment 2009 Northern Michigan James Allred
Gary "The Freak" Neeley
NWA Addicted[28]
NWA Green Mountain
2004-May 2006
Vermont Chad Merchant
Chad Peters
All-Star Championship Wrestling 2002–2012 Wisconsin Jason Jerry
NWA All-Star Wrestling 2006–2012 Virginia Stan Lee
Allied Powers Wrestling Federation 2008 Pennsylvania Bubba Brewer
Alternative Pro Wrestling 2008–2012 Royston, Georgia
Alternative Wrestling Show 2005–2012 California Bart Kapitzke
NWA Anarchy 2005 Georgia Jerry Palmer
Franklin Dove
NWA Ark-La-TX 2012–2014 Longview, Texas Phillip Sullivan
NWA Australian Wrestling Alliance 2011 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
NWA Battle Zone[29] 2002–2012 Mississippi Denny McLain
NWA Bluegrass[30] 2002 Kentucky Kenny McCoy
NWA Blue Ridge 2004–2005 Virginia James Gillenwater
NWA Bodyslam 2011–2012 Texas Rudy Boy Gonzales
NWA Brew City Wrestling 2009–2011 Wisconsin Frankie DeFalco
NWA California 2004–2006 Central California Zack Reeb
NWA Capital 2009–2012 Albany, New York Area Frank Chiofalo
NWA Carolinas 2007–2010 North Carolina Eldon Speer
Central States Wrestling 2001–2008 Kansas
Joseph McDonald
Championship Pro Wrestling 2006–2007 Oregon Sam Simms
Kevin Brandt
Championship Wrestling From Hollywood 2010–2013 California David Marquez
Championship Wrestling from Florida 2003–2012 Northern Florida Kevin Rhodes
Championship Wrestling Incorporated 2008 West Virginia
NWA Charlotte 2009 North Carolina J. D. Costello
NWA Chattanooga 2010–2012 Tennessee
NWA Cold Front New England Ellen Magliaro
NWA Coastal 2011–2012 New Jersey Phil Varlese
Dakota Pro Wrestling 2010–2012 North Dakota
South Dakota
Brian Walther
NWA DAWG 2010–2013 New Jersey Lawrence Zirconium
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling 2011–2012 Georgia
Dynamo Pro Wrestling 2008–2012 Kansas
Jim Yount
NWA Empire 2004–2008 New York Jill Rosario (2004–2008)
Dave Ann (2008)
Empire Wrestling Federation 2006–2012 California Jesse Hernandez
Explosive Pro Wrestling 2006–2012 Perth, Australia
Explosive Pro Wrestling-Adelaide 2008–2011 Adelaide, Australia
NWA Force One Pro Wrestling 2009–2012 New Jersey Johnny Calzone
NWA Full Throttle Action 2011–2012 Oklahoma Will Peden
Fusion Pro Wrestling 2008–2009 Colorado Victoria Star
Billy Roberts
Jeff Michaels
NWA Great Championship Wrestling 2004–2007 Georgia Jerry Oates
NWA Great Lakes Wrestling 2009 Michigan Anthony Watson, Nate Mattson, Brian Dunn, Great Lakes Broadcasting Group
Gulf Coast Wrestling Alliance 2008–2009 Texas Ben Galvan
High Risk Wrestling 2007 California Matt Jackson
ICWA - NWA France 2002 France Daniel Jalbert
Frontier Championship Wrestling 2010–2011 Illinois Richard Bonjour
Impact Zone Wrestling 2008–2010 Arizona Steve Greyeyes Islas
NWA Indiana 2005–2010 Indiana Shawn Cook
Guy Lombardo
Marc Houston
Inoki Genome Federation 2007 Japan Antonio Inoki
Insane Championship Wrestling Wisconsin
NWA Intermountain Wrestling Revolution 2012–2013 Salt Lake City, Utah Brad Lisenby
IWA Mid-South Illinois Ian Rotten
NWA Ireland[31] 2004–2008 Ireland Paul Tracey
NWA Korea[32] 2006–2017 South Korea Lee Whang Pyo
NWA Liberty States 2012–2013 New Jersey Ricky Otazu
NWA Lone Star 2011–2012 Texas Tony Brooklyn
NWA Lucha Chicago 2010 Illinois
Mach One Wrestling 2008–2012 California John Ian
Metro Pro Wrestling 2010–2012 Kansas Chris Gough
NWA Mexico[33] 2008–2008
Mexico Blue Demon, Jr.
Daniel Acevas
Mid-American Wrestling 2004–2007 Wisconsin Carmine DeSpirito
Mr. Chainsaw Pro Wrestling 2008 Kalkaska, MI Hardcore Harry
Mountain Empire Championship Wrestling Virginia
NWA New Beginnings 2009–2010 Charlotte, North Carolina Greg Price
NWA New South 2003–2008 Mississippi Bob Serio
NWA No Limits Wrestling 2003–2009 Muscatine, Iowa Doug Ritter
Scott Ritter
North American Wrestling Association Georgia
NWA North Jersey 2004–2005 Northern New Jersey El Bandido
NWA Northern Championship Wrestling 2009 Lansing, Michigan
NWA On Fire 2008 New Jersey
Mario Savoldi
Tommy Savoldi
NWA Optimum 2009–2010 Illinois Jon Kmetz
Paradise Pro Wrestling
Lucha Americana International
2009 Texas
NWA Platinum 2009–2010 Indiana
NWA Premier 2011–2013 West Virginia Chance Prophet
NWA ProSouth Wrestling 2011 Alabama Terry Batey
NWA Pro Wrestling 2005 California
David Marquez
Pro Wrestling Evolution Georgia
Pro Wrestling Fusion 2009–2011 Florida Joseph Cabibbo
NWA Pro Wrestling Krush 2010 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Rasche Brown
Pro Wrestling Next 2009 Iowa
Pro Wrestling Revolution 2008–2012 Northern California Gabriel Ramirez
NWA Quebec Pro Wrestling[34] 2004–2010 Quebec Rodney Kellman
Rebellious Wrestling Federation 2009–2010 Illinois Sean David
Pro Wrestling Zero1 2001–2004
Japan Shinya Hashimoto & Yoshiyuki Nakamura
Yoshiyuki Nakamura & Shinjiro Ohtani
NWA Ring Warriors 2011 Florida Howard Brody
Rising Phoenix Wrestling 2007 Arizona Earnest Guill
NWA Rocky Mountain 2002–2003 Utah Mike Esposito
NWA Rocky Top[35] 2005 Tennessee James Strange
Scottish Wrestling Alliance 2004–2008 Scotland Pete Murphy
NWA Cyberspace
NWA Shockwave
New Jersey Billy & Daisy Firehawk
SoCal Pro Wrestling 2008–2012 Oceanside, California Jeff Dino
NWA South Atlantic 2003–2009 Orlando, Florida Steve Michaels
D.J. Jeff
Sunray Pro Wrestling 2003–2004 Florida Mike Tyler
NWA Alabama Pro Wrestling
NWA Xtreme
2002–2004 United States Alabama Kevin Brannen
NWA: Total Nonstop Action[36] 2002–2004 United States Tennessee
United States Florida
Jeff Jarrett
Jerry Jarrett
Ultimate NWA[37] 2003 United States Alabama Will Owens
NWA Ultra Championship Wrestling-Zero[38] 2003 United States Utah Steve Neilson
NWA Universal[39] 2003 United States Oklahoma Christopher Fox
NWA Wisconsin 2003–2012 United States Wisconsin Jason Jerry
Upstate Pro Wrestling 2004–2013 United States Upstate New York Jill Rosario (2004–2008)
Dave Ann (2008)
Chip Stetson (2008–present)
West Coast Wrestling Connection 2005 United States Oregon Jeff Manning/Pat Kelly
NWA Wrestle Birmingham[40] 2005 United States Alabama Linda Marx
NWA Top Rope 2005–2013 United States Tennessee Mike Sircy
NWA Wales 2006–2007
NWA Bayou Independent Wrestling 2007 United States Louisiana

United States Mississippi

Josh Newell
NWA Washington 2007–2008 United States Washington
NWA Underground 2007–2011 United States Indiana Merle Ramsey
Eric King
Undisputed Championship Wrestling 2008 United States Pennsylvania Chris Ashton
NWA Insanity 2009 United States Milwaukee, Wisconsin
NWA Unleashed 2009 United States Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
NWA Supreme 2009–2011 United States Illinois David Cavazos
Victory Independent Pro Wrestling 2009–2011 United States Michigan
NWA New Revolution Wrestling 2010 United States Denver, Colorado Matt Yaden
NWA WildKat 2011 United States Louisiana Luke Hawx
Orlando Jordan
Total Wrestling Explosion 2011–2012 United States Mississippi
NWA Wild West 2011–2012 United States Arizona
Xplosion Nacional de Lucha Libre 2011–2012 Chile Chile
NWA WarZone 2012 Australia Victoria Ben Gilbert
NWA Velocity 2012 United States Austin, Texas Austin Rhodes
Total Championship Wrestling United States Austin, Texas John Peterson
Xtreme Limit Wrestling United States Wisconsin Chad Vandermark
NWA Supreme United States Southern Indiana Jeremy Bevins
NWA Mid West United States Marion, Ohio James J. Martin
NWA Atlanta 2011 United States Atlanta, Georgia Jackie Marler
NWA Florida Wrestling Alliance 2011 United States St. Petersburg, Florida
NWA Branded Outlaw Wrestling 2012 United States San Antonio, Texas Ray Aikens/Clint Hansen
NWA Central States Championship Wrestling 2013 United States East St. Louis, Illinois Charles Wilcox
NWA Next Level Wrestling 2013 United States Knoxville, Tennessee Devin Driscoll
NWA Appalachia 2014 United States West Virginia Tyson Smith
NWA Mid South Pro Wrestling 2014 United States South Carolina Darrell Freeman
NWA Combat Sport 2015 United States Pensacola, Florida Travis Edgeworth/Lucha Locura
NWA Blue Collar Wrestling 2015 United States Oregon
NWA Big Apple June 2016 United States New York

United States New JerseyUnited States Connecticut

Andrew Anderson / Ebenezer Baldwin Bowles
Diamond Stars Wrestling 2016 Japan Tokyo, Japan
Irish-Italian Wrestling 2017 United States New England Mike Dube
NWA Old School Wrestling 2013 United States Odessa, Texas Fred Urban III
NWA Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling 2012 United States North Carolina Vinnie Vain
Innovate Wrestling 2004-2017 United States Kingsport, Tennessee Tony Givens
NWA Southern All-Star Wrestling 2007 United States Nashville, Tennessee Jason Womack
NWA Texas Stampede Wrestling 2013 United States Balch Springs, Texas James Beard
NWA Texoma 2011 United States Ardmore, Oklahoma Robert Langdon
NWA Top of Texas 2011 United States Amarillo, Texas Jack Kelso
NWA Vendetta Pro Wrestling[41] 2009 United States California

United States Nevada

Billy Blade
Joseph Duncan
NWA World Class 2009 United States Rio Grande Valley, Texas Carmine DeSpirito
NWA Wrestling Revolution 2007 United States McAllen, Texas James Dante
NWA Wrecking Ball Wrestling 2007 United States Wichita, Kansas

United States Frisco, Texas

Tony Martin

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