NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis def. Odinson (Non-Title)
I don't think we've seen much of Odinson on his own, so I was curious to see how he would do. As for Aldis, his matches on Powerrr tend to be far and few between, so I'm glad they got him in action for this show. That said, this wasn't the most exhilarating outing. Aldis is solid in the ring, but the quality of his matches tends to rely on who his opponent is. This wasn't terrible, but I found it to be a mediocre match with nothing out of the ordinary about it. It also probably would have benefited from being a tad shorter.
Tim Storm def. Jordan Clearwater
I feel like we've seen Storm wrestle on Powerrr this season even less than Aldis, probably because the NWA sees him as more valuable on commentary at this point. He definitely excels in that role, but he can still go in the ring and shouldn't be retiring just yet. Clearwater is a talented prospect, so I had no problem with him taking Storm to the limit here before Storm picked up the victory. The match didn't serve much of a purpose, but it was well wrestled, if nothing else.
Mae Valentine Hosted a Sit-Down Interview with NWA World Women's Champion Kamille and Thom Latimer
I'm all for taking the sit-down approach with interviews, but this was way too long and went about seven or eight minutes longer than it needed to be. The worst part is that nothing of note was really said from either Kamille or Latimer. Valentine asked them about their relationship at one point and that was where they lost me. I was actually more intrigued by Kamille's brief interaction with Leyla Hirsch on Wednesday's AEW Dynamite than I was by anything said in this segment.
Tyrus def. Da Pope to Win the NWA Television Championship
Pope and Tyrus have been feuding pretty much since the NWA returned earlier this year. They've had a few matches and Tyrus even beat Pope in a non-title match at When Our Shadows Fall but didn't get another title shot until now. This was the "Lucky 7" title defense for Pope where if he won, he would have automatically earned himself an opportunity at the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. Maybe we'll still get Aldis vs. Pope at some point, but Tyrus winning here was a head-scratching decision. He's been involved in quite a bit of controversy over the last year and is abysmal in the ring at this point. The match actually suffered from having no time limit because it meant it'd drag on even longer. I hated the interference as well. The NWA tends to get too old school for its own good sometimes. This was a less-than-stellar main event with the wrong outcome. Unless this means Pope is moving up to the world title picture, I wouldn't have taken the title off him, or at the very least not give it to Tyrus.
This show would have been significantly stronger if the Kamille and Latimer sit-down interview was cut down and if the sit-down interview with Velvet Sky and Austin Idol was cut all together. Neither of them were overly interesting, but the rest of the episode was decent. It was a special "extra" edition of Powerrr with the NWA recently selling out their upcoming pay-per-views (or maybe just one of them?) and Aldis celebrating 1,000 days as NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion. The title change made this a notable show, but even that match wasn't the greatest. There isn't anything I'd recommend you go out of your way to watch from this episode, but it was nice to have Powerrr back on YouTube for one night.