|Created by||Billy Corgan|
|Presented by||Joe Galli (play-by-play commentator)|
Tim Storm (color commentator)
Velvet Sky (color commentator)
|Opening theme||Seasons 1, 2, 4, & 5:|
"Into the Fire" by Dokken
"I'm Broken" by Pantera
"When Our Shadows Fall" by Jeff Schroeder (feat. Michael Angelo Batio)
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||10|
|No. of episodes||93 (as of November 15, 2022) (list of episodes)|
(Director of Television)
|Camera setup||Multicamera setup|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production companies||Lightning One, Inc.|
|Original network||YouTube (2019–2020; 2022–present)|
FITE TV (2021–present)
|Picture format||HDTV 1080p|
|Original release||October 8, 2019 –|
NWA Powerrr is a professional wrestling streaming television program produced by the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) that premiered on October 8, 2019. The series currently streams on FITE TV, where episodes are also made available on-demand, and the NWA's YouTube channel. Powerrr features wrestlers performing in matches and getting interviewed. These elements together create and further the storylines of the NWA while building towards the promotion's pay-per-view events.
On May 1, 2017, Billy Corgan bought the National Wrestling Alliance, including its name, rights, trademarks and championship belts. Full ownership took effect on October 1, 2017. Corgan, Vice President Dave Lagana, and their production team would rebuild the NWA brand, acknowledging its history from its original inception in 1948, while gradually transitioning into a singular entity.
In September 2019, NWA announced tapings for a weekly television show, later revealed to be titled NWA Powerrr. The first tapings were held on September 30 and October 1 at the GPB Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, which has since been dubbed the "NWA Arena." The series would debut on October 8, 2019 on the NWA's YouTube channel. The program's air time, 6:05 PM, is a call back to the classic World Championship Wrestling show by former NWA member Jim Crockett Promotions that would air at 6:05 PM on Saturdays from the early 1970s until 1992. WOAI-TV San Antonio news reporter Joe Galli and longtime pro-wrestling manager/executive Jim Cornette were the initial commentators. Championship Wrestling from Hollywood owner David Marquez serves as an interviewer and ring announcer. Kyle Durden serves as backstage interviewer.
Following the November 19 episode of NWA Powerrr being listed, it was quickly taken down due to remarks by Cornette which some deemed racist. NWA released a statement the next day stating that Cornette resigned. He was subsequently replaced by Stu Bennett who joined Galli on commentary beginning with NWA's December 14 pay-per-view, Into the Fire.
In March 2021, after the NWA went on a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, television tapings for Powerrr would resume as part of a new distribution agreement with FITE TV. On Tuesday, April 13, the NWA debuted a companion series titled Powerrr Surge, which features additional wrestler interviews, unseen matches, and recaps from the previous Powerrr episodes.
On January 5, 2022, the NWA announced that Power would return to YouTube, airing on Fridays after the Tuesday premiere on FITE.
Main article: List of NWA Powerrr episodes
Each season of Powerrr focuses on storylines leading into the NWA's pay-per-view events. The third season was to culminate with the Crockett Cup, but the event was cancelled due to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to the wrestlers (male and female), managers/valets, and referees, the show features various on-air personalities including authority figures, commentators, ring announcers, and backstage interviewers.
|William Patrick Corgan||Owner/President||October 8, 2019- present||NWA's owner and president.|
|Joe Galli and Jim Cornette||October 8, 2019– December 3, 2019||Both were interviewers as well. Cornette resigned by the end of the first season.|
|Joe Galli and Stu Bennett||December 15, 2019– August 26, 2020||Both are interviewers as well. Barrett signed back with WWE in August thus leaving NWA.|
|Kyle Davis and Stu Bennett||January 21, 2020||Davis briefly filled in for Joe Galli.|
|Joe Galli, Tim Storm, and Velvet Sky||March 24, 2021– present|
|Joe Galli, Madusa, and Velvet Sky||February 15, 2022- February 22, 2022||Madusa briefly filled in for Storm.|
|Joe Galli, Austin Idol, and Velvet Sky||April 5, 2022; July 12, 2022||Idol briefly filled in for Storm, who was competing that night.|
|Joe Galli, William Patrick Corgan, and Velvet Sky||May 3, 2022||Corgan briefly filled in for Storm.|
|Joe Galli, Austin Idol, and Tyrus||May 17, 2022|
|Joe Galli, Tim Storm, and Tyrus||May 24, 2022|
|Joe Galli, Tim Storm, and Madusa||May 31, 2022|
|Joe Galli, Tim Storm, and Austin Idol||June 7, 2022|
|David Marquez||October 8, 2019– May 12, 2020||Also an interviewer.|
|Kyle Davis||March 24, 2021– present||Also an interviewer.|
|Kyle Davis||October 8, 2019– present||Fills in on commentary when needed.|
|May Valentine||March 24, 2021– present|
4/4/92 - the debut of the renamed Saturday Night show