A "good" announcement is incoming in regards to the future of the NWA, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Over the last day, it's been widely noted that NWA has opted to remove all of its content from YouTube. However, nobody seems to be certain as to what this means for the company going forward, with NWA ring announcer David Marquez even admitting he wasn't sure what was going on.
Meltzer, though, seems to be well informed on the matter and has taken to the F4WOnline.com forums to reveal that a "good thing" is set to be announced by the company. But, he stressed that this move would not involve Tony Khan's AEW promotion.
“I was told it will be something announced in the next few days which is a good thing. Would not have to do with AEW.”
What this means for NWA going forward is anyone's guess at this moment, with fans theorising the promotion could be about to reveal a partnership with WWE, Impact Wrestling or NJPW in the coming days.
This news comes after NWA President Billy Corgan shot down rumours of the promotion's impending demise in 2020, even noting in October that NWA Powerrr would be returning "very soon".
In recent times, NWA's Thunder Rosa has regularly appeared on AEW television, even dropping the NWA Women's Championship to All Elite's own Serena Deeb. What this "good thing" will mean for the NWA/AEW partnership going forward is also something worth keeping an eye on as a deal with another wrestling company could see the likes of Rosa and the NWA Women's title being pulled from future All Elite shows.