Maria Kanellis Wants A Bigger TV Deal For Women’s Wrestling Army

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Kanellis thinks Women’s Wrestling Army is prepared to level up. Established in April 2022, Women’s Wrestling Army (WWA) has actually progressively grown its item and audience. As the business got traction, it collaborated with Pro Wrestling television to stream episodes on that platform. According to Kanellis, their viewership has actually doubled in the last number of months, however she wishes to broaden their brand name a lot more.

“I wish to get a larger television offer,” she informed WrestlingNewsCo’s Steve Fall when asked what she sees for the business in the future. “I wish to get more eyes on the item, obviously, I believe that would be the most significant thing ultimately. We wish to deal with our set and deal with the screen of things, I think you would state. Right now, every single taping has actually gotten much better and much better, has actually gotten more production quality. We’ve gotten more individuals behind the scenes. We now have Mark Brown, who was the director for Ring of Honor. He’s now directing our programs. Every single time we’re attempting to up our video game in that method.”

Considering that their creation last spring, WWA has actually likewise broadened the range of skill included on its programs. Previous IMPACT Knockouts Champion Tasha Steelz stays a routine in the series, while “The Virtuosa” Deonna Purrazzo racked up a couple of looks. Previous NWA Women’s Tag Team Champions Allysin Kay and Marti Belle likewise participated in tapings. Some leading totally free representatives made their mark also, consisting of KiLynn King, Trish Adora, Taya Valkyrie, and LuFisto.

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