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Former WWE Wrestler Won The NWA World Heavyweight Championship Last Night

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• Former WWE Wrestler Won The NWA World Heavyweight Championship Last Night

At last night’s NWA Alwayz Ready 2022 event, Matt Cardona (Zack Ryder) relinquished the NWA World Heavyweight Championship due to injury.

This led to former WWE wrestler Trevor Murdoch winning the NWA World Title for the second time in his career.

Below are the results:

– Trevor Murdoch def. Aron Stevens (fka Damien Sandow in WWE)

This was Aron’s final match. He took a mic after the match and said “You’re Welcome”.

– Pretty Empowered (Ella Envy & Kenzie Paige) def. The Hex (Allysin Kay & Marti Belle) (c) to win the NWA Women’s Tag Team Championship

– Homicide (c) def. PJ Hawx to retain the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship

– Homicide (c) def. Colby Corino to retain the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship

– Natalia Markova (Taryn Terrell) def. Taya Valkyrie

– Jax Dane (c) def. Chris Adonis (fka Chris Masters in WWE) to retain the NWA National Heavyweight Championship

– Thom Latimer def. Cyon (Austin Idol)

– Tyrus (fka Brodus Clay in WWE) (c) def. Mims to retain the NWA Television Championship

– The Commonwealth Connection (Doug Williams & Harry Smith, fka David Hart Smith in WWE) def. La Rebelion (Bestia 666 & Mecha Wolf) (c) to win the NWA Tag Team Championship

– Kamille (c) def. KiLynn King to retain the NWA Women’s Championship

– Matt Cardona (fka Zack Ryder in WWE) relinquished the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship due to injury.

– Trevor Murdoch def. Nick Aldis, Thom Latimer & Sam Shaw in a Fatal 4-Way Match to win the vacant NWA World Heavyweight Championship

Trevor Murdoch Wins The NWA World's Heavyweight Championship for the second time at Alwayz Ready 2022

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As a powerlifter and olympic weightlifter, Mark Henry was truly considered to be “The World’s Strongest Man”, before he joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1996 and stayed with the company for 25 years.

During his long career, Henry won the WWF European Championship, the ECW World Heavyweight Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship (The Big Gold Belt).

In 2018, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by fellow Attitude Era Legend The Big Show.


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