Kyle Davis Interviewed Matt Cardona
It's great that Cardona is continuing to make appearances on Powerrr while injured as his presence alone adds a lot to the program. He's been killing it in his current role and thus this was the usual quality promo from him as he put new NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Trevor Murdoch on notice and hyped up the rest of his faction. It was a simple, well-executed promo that left me looking forward to his eventual return to the ring.
Max The Impaler and Chelsea Green def. Jennacide and Missa Kate
Impaler has been a nice addition to the NWA women's division thus far. The fact they formed a team with Green was a bit random, but it was a solid showcase for the four of them, nonetheless. Kate actually just appeared on Monday's edition of AEW Dark: Elevation in a losing effort against Ruby Soho. I don't think anyone in particular stood out, but Impaler picking up the victory for their team made sense since they're new and should establish some credibility.
PJ Hawx def. Sal the Pal and Gustavo Aguilar in a Three-Way Match
Although there was nothing officially on the line here, I assume Hawx may earn himself another opportunity at the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship opportunity with this win. He was easily the best choice to come out on top and I'm glad he did. He's been coming along nicely and I like that he's been showcased on his own a bit more as of late. This was a well-wrestled affair with all three men having solid showings.
Rodney Mack def. Anthony Andrews
I continue to question the decision to put Mack in matches on Powerrr instead of relegating him to NWA USA. He's just not very good at this point and I have yet to see anything resembling a quality match with him in it. The most interesting part about this whole thing was Aron Stevens being at ringside as apparently he's now a manager following his retirement from the ring at Alwayz Ready. Stevens would make for a fine manager, but Mack might not be the right fit for him.
NWA World Tag Team Champions The Commonwealth Connection def. La Rebelion
This was a rematch from Alwayz Ready where Commonwealth Connection became champions. The first two matches these teams had were enjoyable encounters and this was no exception. Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Doug Williams work really well as partners and La Rebelion have delivered any time they've been in an NWA ring over the last year. Now that Commonwealth Connection have won for a third straight time, I'm curious who will step up next to challenge for the tag titles.
This edition of Powerrrr was all over the place. That's not to say it was bad per se, but the only parts I cared about were Cardona's promo in the opener and the tag team title main event. Everything in the middle was mediocre, though I was happy to see Hawx pick up the win in that three-way. NWA feels like it doesn't know where it wants to go next coming out of Alwayz Ready, especially with Cardona out injured for the foreseeable future. There isn't anything worth getting invested in at the moment and that's what the show has suffered the most from.