Nick Aldis Open To Defending The NWA World Title Against Triple H, Talks Possibly Facing Marty Scurll, More


NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion recently spoke with where he revealed he is open to defending the title against Triple H.

On being open to facing Triple H:

“We can have championship matches with anyone, anywhere,” said Aldis. “I’ve put it out there on Busted Open that Hunter has a replica of the Ten Pounds of Gold on his wall, supposedly. If he wants a shot at the real one all he has to do is pick up the phone. I’m not a hard guy to find. That’s just one option, there is no reason why that can’t happen. They are not taking us up on it, but if he did, we would be there.”


“To have 11,000 people standing before you even touched, that was based on two guys who believed in their heart and presented in a way that carried themselves that they believe they are the main event,” Aldis stated. “They proved it. That’s the hardest skill to learn than wrestling moves, high spots and everything else.”

Wanting to defend at MSG and who he would like to face:

“There are a lot of guys. For me, there is no doubt in my mind that at some point, somewhere, somehow, Marty Scurll and I need to square off for the NWA Worlds Championship,” stated Aldis. “It is 15 years in the making; two kids who came from the middle of nowhere in England that people laughed at the idea of us being wrestlers. With parents who thought this was all a phase, that we would grow out of it. For him to have done what he’s done, the DIY way, everywhere I’ve went I’ve told people they have to take a look at this guy. For him to be where he is, one of the most successful guys, he’s like the “Rowdy” Roddy Piper of the modern era; he can do anything and go anywhere, he doesn’t need a belt. But, when the time is right, to tell that story, 15 years back with all of that history, to the point now of us both reaching our primes, that is the one I want.”