So in case you missed it, Billy Corgan (yes, Smashing Pumpkins Corgan) bought the name, rights, library, titles, the entire shabang that is the National Wrestling Alliance after his fallout with TNA. After all that went down, people starting asking what Billy was going to do with the NWA, and he seems to be very committed to pro wrestling long term. He wants to be involved and he wants to bring the NWA brand back. Maybe not to the level it was at, but back in some form where it is a place for wrestlers to make money. So far his focus seems to be on getting the name and brand out there again before a "re-start" for the NWA next year. And to do so he seems to be shacking up with David Marquez, promoter of championship wrestling from Hollywood and head of the united wrestling network. Marquez is also a former NWA president and during his run the CWFH was the main stomping ground for the NWA titles. And the CWFH is going near nationwide with their weekly TV show this fall. Going up on CW stations across America. So it seems like a partnership to benefit both from what little we know. To follow the exploits of Corgan's NWA you can sub to their youtube. You can find a real nifty and honestly well produced little documentary style thing going on there about the NWA and it's world title as well. Let's see what Billy makes of the good old NWA.