Mike Knox def. De'Vin Graves in a Tables Match
Graves has appeared on NWA programming before, but this was all about Knox. He put Bully Ray through a table two months ago on Powerrr and the two will finally face off in a Tables match at NWA 74, so this was supposed to serve as a preview of that. Knox dominated as he should have and won decisively, so this was exactly what it needed to be and didn't overstay its welcome.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Jordan Clearwater and BLK Jeez
It's a shame that Clearwater and Jeez are still tied to the Idolmania Sports Management crap because they're much better than that and can be bigger stars without them. I can definitely get behind the idea of them breaking away from the group and Jeez managing Clearwater, but I don't expect that to happen any time soon. This was a fairly simple promo from them, though it would have made more sense to put it before Clearwater's match later in the show.
Ricky Morton def. Wrecking Ball Legursky
I say it a lot, but it's amazing what Morton can do at his age. He's mentioned many times that this will be his final year in the ring, so I'm honestly fine with the NWA getting as much out of him as possible. Of course, Legursky losing to him clean was a bit of a stretch, but the match was fun with Morton fighting from underneath and barely being able to pick up the victory. Legursky's a tag team guy, anyway, so him losing here doesn't make much of a difference.
Jordan Clearwater def. Joe Alonzo
As previously mentioned, Clearwater has potential. He has a good look and can both talk and wrestle, so he'll be one to watch going forward if he can continue to hone his skills and build momentum. This win allowed him to do the latter, but I don't know if the match needed to be as long and as competitive as it was. I know Alonzo has competed for the NWA before, but this would have benefited from being more of a squash for Clearwater.
NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Trevor Murdoch vs. Da Pope Ended in a Double Count-Out (Non-Title)
Murdoch and Pope have been teasing tension for so long that I was bummed this was given away as a random Powerrr main event and not saved for NWA 74, especially considering Murdoch vs. Tyrus is the main event instead. They told a solid story and had a quality main event. I didn't think we'd get a double count-out finish, but I'm fine with it if it leads to a rematch at some point.
It seems like all of the NWA 74 announcements are happening on social media and nothing of note is happening on the actual shows. I can't say I'm surprised by that because the product is so damn cold at the moment, but you'd think they'd be putting more effort into Powerrr. The main event was the only thing of significance on this show and everything else was very missable and forgettable. The build to NWA 74 has been abysmal, so the event won't have a tough time exceeding those low expectations.