Nick Aldis states that NWA owes him money, comments on WWE rumors

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Aldis touches on several subjects. 

At IMPACT Wrestling’s post-Slammiversary television taping, Nick Aldis wrapped up his run stint with the company. Aldis would later share that he does not know what’s around the corner for him. PWInsider reported that there is ‘high interest’ in Aldis from WWE and he’s been internally discussed as a potential producer. 

Aldis was asked about that on episode #370 of K100 w/ Konnan & Disco. He said he cannot confirm or deny anything, but later in the show, a conversation took place about merchandise and Aldis said he thinks there’s a lot of incredible merch on WWE Shop. 

I cannot confirm or deny (rumors of me going to/talking to WWE about heading to the company as a producer)… I happen to think there’s a wide range of incredible merchandise available at WWE Shop. 

He’s spoken at length about his exit from the National Wrestling Alliance. Aldis commented on Pat Kenney (Simon Diamond), who is the organization’s Director of Talent Relations. 

Nick feels Pat showed his true colors when he left NWA. He added that NWA owes him money that’ll probably never come. Aldis felt betrayed by Kenney. 

I don’t wanna air dirty laundry but he showed his true colors with my exit from the NWA. I don’t wanna get into it too much but, they owe me money and it’s probably never gonna come and Pat kind of — I felt betrayed by Pat. I’ll just leave it at that.

Aldis was scheduled for independent dates in August but he pulled out of those due to a back injury and feels he can’t deliver at the level he deems acceptable. 

If the quotes in this article are used, please credit K100 w/ Konnan & Disco with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions.

No one adapted to suit the vision of Corgan/Lagana’s NWA like Aldis. Understood what it was, understood what it wasn’t, and knew exactly what to do to make both it and himself feel credible and worthwhile. The bloom was definitely off the rose by the time things began to sour between him and the NWA, but his departure just accelerated its descent.

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