29th Mar2021

‘National Wrestling Alliance: Back For the Attack’ PPV Review

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this review of the National Wrestling Alliance’s NWA: Back For the Attack Pay Per View, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and this show brings the NWA back to PPV and to the public in general. I rode my camel McGod to this venue so we can talk about this show. McGod: I am McGod! Bow peasants! Me: Alright. Hold on… McGod: Forthwith my foot up your peasant asses! Bestow unto me that sweet, sweet pussae! Me: Wait. Wait. McGod: Move aside! I take large steps! Me: Hold on… (McGod knocks down Nathan) Me: Ow! Damn it! Ow! McGod: I shall begin this review! So begineth this discussion! Me: That’s my li… McGod: Bow peasants!

[Author’s Note: The following review features wrestlers (Tyrus, Thom Latimer and Crimson) who have been previously accused of sexual harassment (Tyrus) or domestic assault (Thom Lattimer, Crimson). These wrestlers may or may not have been found guilty of their alleged crimes. If their respective appearances on this show alarms or offends you, then viewer discretion is advised.]

Match #1: Slice Boogie defeated Crimson, Jax Dane and Jordan Clearwater

The Score: 5 out of 10

Match #2: Tyrus defeated JR Kratos

The Score: 2 out of 10

Match #3: Elijah Burke (c) vs Thom Latimer – NWA World Television Championship Match (Draw)

The Score: 7 out of 10

Match #4: Kamille defeated Thunder Rosa – #1 Contender To The NWA World Women’s Championship

The Score: 9 out of 10

Match #5: Trevor Murdoch (c) defeated Chris Adonis – NWA National Championship Match

The Score: 7 out of 10

Match #6: (Main Event) Nick Aldis (c) defeated Aron Stevens – NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match

The Score: 8 out of 10

Final Verdict: 7/10

For a two hour PPV, this was quite good. The show didn’t start off well with the first two matches, but the last four really made-up for that. You get Elijah Burke going to a fabulous stand-still with Thom. That match had some really strong action. Going to a draw was a bit of a surprise, but not an un-welcome one. Kamille and Thunder Rosa had the best match of the show, with grueling, athletic grappling from bell to bell. Trevor and Chris worked well as a pair and had a match that had enough meat on the bone to get some soup made. Finally, Aron lost to Nick in a strong match that Aron should have won. Both champion and challenger went back and forth in an amazing display of emotional action. The finish was a bit weak, but the match was quite lovely regardless of that ending. What we get overall is a two hour show that was kept to a minimum and only took a detour to celebrate the life of The Question Mark and to honor the lost lives of the wrestling community. This was an excellent show and not one to miss.


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