Mims and Dak Draper def. Blunt Force Trauma by Disqualification
Mims and Draper made for a pretty good duo here, and they're already more interesting than Blunt Force Trauma. Thus, I was content with the outcome, even if It wasn't a clean win. Blunt Force Trauma also recently lose to La Rebelion by disqualification, so they're not exactly off to the strongest start as a team. It was a decent opener otherwise and we'll see if it gets Mims and Draper into the NWA World Tag Team Championship eventually.
NWA National Champion Cyon vs. Jax Dane Ended in a Time-Limit Draw
Dane was much better in the role of National Champion when he held the title. Cyon is just an absolute bore and I would have rather seen his reign end at Nuff Saif as opposed to Jordan Clearwater. The heel vs. heel dynamic for this match was weird, but at least it was well worked. The time-limit draws are always lame and this was no exception. I can almost understand the time-limit draws with the NWA Television Championship matches, but not so much with the National title.
Matt Cardona def. Odinson
It's impossible to take Odinson seriously when he never beats anyone that actually matters, but this was a quality contest with solid showings from both men. It gave Cardona a much-needed rebound victory following his loss to Tyrus at Nuff Said. He called out Bully Ray afterward, only to flee once Bully showed up. I believe Cardona recently wrapped up with IMPACT, so if he's leaving the NWA as well, it looks like he's putting over Bully on his way out.
Pretty Empowered 2.0 (Ella Envy and Roxy) def. The Renegade Twins to Win the NWA World Women's Tag Team Championship; Madi and Missa Kate def. Pretty Empowered 2.0 (Ella Envy and Roxy) to Win the NWA World Women's Tag Team Championship
Renegade Twins just won the tag titles at Nuff Said a little over a week ago, so I was shocked to see them lose it so quickly here. They've been a good get for the NWA, so the only explanation is that their run was always meant to be short-lived and they'll be signing with AEW soon. If not, then this was a dumb decision. Madi and Kate then cashed in their Champions Series title shot to win the belts from Pretty Empowered 2.0. Both bouts were nothing special. Why would Kate and Madi reunite after Madi turned on Kate not too long ago? Was it ever explained why they're back on the same page all of a sudden?
This edition of Powerrr featured all of the classic NWA tropes: a disqualification, a time-limit draw, and back-to-back title changes in the main event. Those title changes were certainly newsworthy considering nothing notable ever happens on Powerrr, but I don't agree with what went down. It was nice to see the women's tag team scene get some spotlight, though. The other stuff on the show was serviceable and the whole episode felt more streamlined than usual, even though I wasn't captivated by a lot of what we got.