NWA World Women's Champion Kamille def. Madi (Non-Title)
Kyle Davis made it a point to announce Madi as "just Madi" and not Madi Wrenkowski. I have no idea why, but that's apparently her new gimmick. She had a really impressive outing against Melina several weeks ago and it's cool she had the chance to face off with the champ here. It had an odd dynamic with Kamille having to fight from underneath despite the significant size difference, but Madi had a solid showing nonetheless and I was pleasantly surprised she scored as much offense as she did. Are they turning Kamille babyface?
Magic Jake Dumas def. Rodney Mack
Dumas has made a handful of appearances on NWA programming at this point, including on the pre-show for Day 1 of the Crockett Cup. He definitely stands out with his gimmick and seems to be competent in the ring, so I'm all for him sticking around. Mack, on the other hand, had a pretty bad match with Tyrus at Crockett Cup, so I don't know if I need to be seeing more of his matches. That said, Dumas winning was the right result.
The Cardonas def. The Ill Begotten (Rush Freeman and Jeremiah Plunkett)
It looks like Mike Knox and VSK will continue to team as The Cardonas after joining forces in the Crockett Cup. I guess it keeps Knox out of singles competition, so there's that. I never know whether The Ill Begotten are supposed to be babyfaces or heels, so while I didn't particularly care about this contest, it was fine for what it was. The Ill Begotten feel like stepping stones, so The Cardonas winning made more sense.
Nick Aldis def. Deonte Marshall
I believe this marked Aldis' first appearance on Powerrr since falling short of regaining the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship at Crockett Cup. Based on how the finish to his match with Matt Cardona was booked, I assume we haven't seen the last of them against each other. This was a straightforward squash that thankfully didn't last longer than it needed to as Aldis went over strong.
NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion def. The End
I know The End won that number one contender's tournament a while ago, but did they end up getting their title shot or was this it? I honestly don't remember. The Briscoes sat in on commentary for this, so that made it fairly obvious who was winning. They had a solid main event and The End put up a good fight before eating defeat. I'm excited for La Rebelion vs. The Briscoes and I'd be all for The Briscoes being the one to take the titles from them.
Between the Crockett Cup earlier this month and the tag titles being defended in the main event on this show, I appreciate the newfound focus on the tag division. The rest of this show wasn't anything special, but it served its purpose in showcasing some stars and furthering a few storylines. It was a whole bunch of squashes that you don't need to go out of your way to see, but the emphasis on the in-ring action these past few weeks on Powerrr has been refreshing for this viewer.