Ella Envy def. NWA World Women's Tag Team Champion Missa Kate in a Last Chance Match
If Envy lost here, Pretty Empowered wouldn't be able to challenge for the NWA World Women's Tag Team Championship as long as M95 are champions. I can't say I'm surprised Envy won, just because it's not like NWA has a very deep women's tag team division at the moment. I assume that rematch will take place at the NWA 75 pay-per-view. This was fine while it lasted, but it's time for these opponents to start working with other opponents.
NWA United States Tag Team Champion Anthony Andrews def. Cody Thomas
The Country Gentlemen lost a non-title match to Jordan Clearwater and Odinson two weeks ago on Powerrr, so it was weird to see Andrews working with Thomas here like that never happened. In fact, I don't think that loss has been acknowledged since, so I'm not confident they'll be doing a rematch for the titles at NWA 75. Bizarre. At any rate, this was an average outing, but it didn't seem to serve a purpose.
Magnum Muscle def. The SVGS
Magnum Muscle are in a strange spot where they work well as a team but have yet to receive any sort of meaningful push. Yes, they won here, but it felt like it was more about The SVGS losing and teasing tension afterward. The match itself was okay. Post-match, Jax Dane confronted Tim Storm at the announce desk and challenged him to a match at NWA 75. We've barely seen Storm wrestle this past year, but it makes sense for him to be a part of the 75th anniversary show.
Odinson def. Zion by Disqualification
Has there been any follow-up with the Zion/Cyon feud since Austin Idol turned on Cyon back at the Crockett Cup? Zion is his new pupil, and perhaps they're holding off on Cyon vs. Zion until NWA 75, but it's not a match I'm overly excited for, to put it generously. This was perfectly passable, but you'd think it was designed to give Zion a momentum-boosting victory. He didn't lose by pinfall, but having him lose at all was a questionable call.
Vampiro and NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion def. Mario Pardua and The Brothers of Funstruction
Vampiro's been all over NWA programming since showing up at the Crockett Cup to align with La Rebelion. I'm fine with him acting as a manager for them, but it's definitely not necessary for him to be in the ring. The same goes for Brothers of Funstruction, but that's just because I think the gimmick sucks. Credit to La Rebelion for trying to carry this thing, but it wasn't very good and did not belong in the main event spot.
NWA 75 is two-and-a-half weeks away and I can't think of any matches that have properly built up for the event beyond Tyrus vs. EC3 for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship, and that's only been built up through video packages and not in the ring at all. It's rendered these editions of Powerrr fairly pointless. Most of the matches on this show were decent enough, but they lack meaning/stakes and thus it's difficult to care. I'm sure a bunch of random matchups will be announced for NWA 75 at the last minute, and what's worse is that it's a two-day event for some reason, so expect plenty of filler.