Aron Stevens Captures NWA National Championship at Into The Fire

Giancarlo Aulino
BarnBurner Sports Writer


Sunday, December 15, 2019

The NWA returned to pay-per-view last night as they hosted their first event following their weekly show: Powerrr, and the card delivered quite an entertaining show that offered plenty of surprises for wrestling fans.  A special congratulations goes out to BarnBurner’s own Aron Stevens, who captured the NWA National Championship.  


Aron has made quite the impact in the NWA – his promos and in-ring work has been great - and his alliance with The Question Mark have been some of NWA Powerrr’s most popular segments as they use Karate as a method to defeat their opponents.

In fact, Aron was wearing a karate Gi when accompanying Question Mark to the ring for his match with Trevor Murdoch earlier in the night, which would surely make Sensei John Kreese of the Cobra Kai dojo very proud.



Both Aron and Ricky Starks had both exchanged wins over one another in the weeks leading up to Into The Fire – Ricky Starks defeated Aron in a singles match and two-out-of-three falls match and Aron pinned Starks in a tag team match -- and the champion, Colt Cabana, was looking to continue his title reign after defeating James Storm to become champion.


During a special Ask Me Anything previewing tonight’s event, Aron mentioned he and Question Mark had a few surprises in store as they continue showcasing Mongrovian karate. It wasn’t known whether Question Mark would be in Aron’s corner for the match or if he’d be going solo, but he was in fact in Aron’s corner and lent a helping hand in the form of the throat strike, which according to Aron, is one of the techniques of the powerful Mongrovian karate.


It’ll be interesting to see what Aron and Sensei Question Mark have in store now that Aron is the NWA National Champion, but with the NWA announcing that the Television Championship will be returning, there could be an opportunity for Aron and Question Mark to add another championship to the dojo.









Photo Credit: NWA