The Brothers of Funstruction def. NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion (Non-Title)
Brothers of Funstruction are sticking around? Ugh. Putting them in the ring with La Rebelion was laughable, but at least the tag titles weren't on the line. On a side note, Vampiro accompanied La Rebelion to the ring here after helping them win a match at the Crockett Cup. I would have preferred to see this booked as a straight-up squash for La Rebelion, but it ended up being fairly competitive. I was prepared to write that it had the right result, but then La Rebelion lost. If nothing else, this was perfectly fine from an in-ring standpoint.
Ricky Morton def. Koa Laxamana
I have no issue with the Mortons being a heel father-and-son duo, but the spotlight should be on Kerry, not Ricky. I don't understand what the purpose this match was supposed to serve, especially since there was no introduction for Laxamana and thus viewers had no incentive to care about him. This was okay, but Morton's Canadian Destroyer looked worse than usual (though the camera cut tried to make up for it).
Zyon def. Rolando Freeman
For those unaware, Zyon is Austin Idol's new pupil after Idol turned on his son, Cyon, at the Crockett Cup. No, I don't care about Zyon any more than I did Cyon. We know nothing about either of them. This was designed to give Zyon a win and keep him rolling. Freeman was a good opponent for him to beat given he's a fan favorite, but it was weird that he didn't get a televised entrance considering he was all over NWA programming not too long ago.
Pretty Empowered (Ella Envy, Kylie Paige and Roxy) and Natalia Markova def. NWA World Women's Champion Kamille, NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions M95 and Ruthie Jay
The bad blood between all of these women carried over from the Crockett Cup. Kamille defeated Markova to retain her title on that show, but maybe she'll earn another opportunity based on her team's win here. The match was all over the place, but they picked up the pace at the end and kept it interesting. Other than Kenzie Paige, Pretty Empowered have seemingly lost a lot lately, so this should get them back on track.
NWA National Champon EC3 def. Thrillbilly Silas Mason
This was a rematch from the Crockett Cup where Silas fell short. I thought he might take the title here, but apparently not. I assume that's because EC3's going to challenge Tyrus for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship at NWA 75 and it means more if EC3 is still National Champion (though I'm unsure whether that title will be on the line, too). Silas turning heel recently to join Alex Taylor and Kerry Morton hurt his momentum here, and I wasn't a fan of getting another cheap finish, but it was a solid main event otherwise.
There were two The World Is A Vampire: Australia specials a few weeks ago, but this marked the first edition of Powerrr since late May. The show hasn't been overly exciting this year, so I actually appreciated the break, but this was a serviceable return for the program. The first four matches were whatever, which automatically made the main event the best of the bunch, even if the finish was too similar to what we got at Crockett Cup.