NWA Television Champion Jordan Clearwater def. Mercurio
As I've mentioned before, Mercurio works well as a character, but none of his matches have stood out to be in a major way so far. This didn't change my mind at all, but it was solid. Clearwater, on the other hand, definitely has potential and is a good fit for the Television title at the moment. These Television title matches don't have a chance to be memorable due to the six-minute time limit, but they made the most of their time here.
The Mortons def. NWA United States Tag Team Champions The Fixers (Non-Title)
This match actually had some history behind it because The Mortons and The Fixers had been feuding for a while a few months ago, so it was a rivalry renewed here. As a result, I enjoyed the match and thought the two teams worked well together. The Fixers are basically babyfaces at this point, but it was still a nice win for The Mortons, who should be in line for a shot at the NWA United States Tag Team Championship.
Jeremiah Plunkett def. Garrisaon Creed and Traxx in a Three-Way Match
There was absolutely no reason for this match whatsoever. It had no buildup and viewers weren't given a proper introduction to any of the three wrestlers. Although he tends to be positioned as a stepping stone on the roster, Plunkett winning made the most sense since neither Creed nor Traxx are established in the NWA. As a match, it was pretty pedestrian stuff, but it would've helped if it had either storyline significance or something at stake.
Damage def. The Question Mark II
I hate that this feud is still happening. I know we saw this match recently in the Champions Series (or was it Damage's partner Question Mark II faced?), but to run it back again was unnecessary. They're two random masked men at the end of the day who are limited with what they can do, so unsurprisingly, this wasn't very good. Let's just hope they end it here and don't continue this rivalry because it isn't benefiting anyone at this point (especially the audience).
NWA World Women's Champion Kamille def. NWA World Women's Tag Team Champion Kenzie Paige by Disqualification (Non-Title)
Kamille has essentially run through the entire NWA women's division by now, so I appreciated that this was a fresh match. We saw Kamille battle and beat Ella Envy a few weeks ago, so I liked that Paige had a chance to avenge her tag partner here. It was a decent match and Paige was impressive whenever she was on offense. I couldn't have done without the non-finish, but I should've expected it since they probably didn't want to make the NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions look completely weak.
Idolmania Sports Management (NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Tyrus, NWA National Champion Cyon and NWA Television Champion Jordan Clearwater) def. NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion and Joe Alonzo
Yes, Clearwater pulled double duty on this show. I don't know of any established issues between Idolmania Sports Management and La Rebelion, so I have no clue why this match happened other than to potentially build toward Idolmania Sports Management taking all the gold and winning the tag titles as well. I have no desire to see that, but with the NWA being all in on the faction, I wouldn't be shocked. This was okay, and keeping Tyrus limited was for the best, but I didn't care much for this main event.
Is the Champions Series taking a break for the holidays? Maybe I missed an announcement, but it was all over NWA programming for a few weeks and yet none of it was featured on this episode. Instead, it was a bunch of random matches that likely won't end up meaning anything. There's rarely anything must-see about Powerrr nowadays, but this show was worse than usual due to nothing seemingly mattering. The in-ring action was serviceable on the whole, but I'm not too sure what was so "Super" about this Powerrr show.