NWA World Women's Champion Kamille def. Paola Blaze (Non-Title)
I still have no idea whether Kamille is supposed to be a babyface or a heel. She'll act like a babyface in some of her matches and a heel in others. Her selling an injury made her the babyface in this one, but she'll probably come off like a heel the next promo she cuts. Blaze has been pretty abysmal in the ring, but she appears to gotten marginally better, so there's that. This was rather mediocre, but I did appreciate that they attempted to tell a story with Kamille fighting back from her injury to pick up the win.
Matt Taven def. Judais by Disqualification
Kyle Davis interviewed Taven beforehand and Taven teased going after "The 10 Pounds of Gold", a.k.a. the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. As a former ROH World Champion, he'd certainly be a credible challenger and I'd like to see what he and Matt Cardona could do. I had the exact opposite feeling for this match, however, as Judais is a bore in the ring. This match simply existed before the rest of The Miserably Faithful attacked Taven for the disqualification, prompting The Briscoes to make the save. I'm glad The Briscoes appear to be sticking around despite recently falling short of winning the NWA World Tag Team Championship.
The Dirty Sexy Boys def. The Miserably Faithful (Sal the Pal and Gaagz the Gimp)
I still can't get over how ridiculous the whole Miserably Faithful faction is. James Mitchell is the perfect person to be leading a group, but not with a guy named Gaagz the Gimp. I mean, are we supposed to take them seriously? Sal plays his role well, but he's a glorified enhancement talent, so there shouldn't have been any mystery surrounding the outcome of this contest. It was whatever, but Velvet Sky acting bothered on commentary about Angelina Love flirting with Dirty Dango was distracting and dumb.
KiLynn King def. Chelsea Green and Jennacide in an NWA World Women's Championship No. 1 Contender's Three-Way Match
I've never found Jennacide to be overly great in the ring and King has never interested me as a character, so I didn't have high hopes for this. That said, it was well worked and they kept the pace moving. Any one of them could have won, so the unpredictability surrounding the outcome helped. Although I couldn't care less about her, King winning made the most sense since Green has already lost to Kamille and Jennacide vs. Kamille could be a train wreck. I don't want King to take the title from her, of course, but she'll be a fine challenger of the month.
The Commonwealth Connection def. The Cardona Family (NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Matt Cardona, Mike Knox and VSK)
The Commonwealth Connection consisted of Nick Aldis, Doug Williams and Harry Smith. That's a hell of a trio and I'd like to see the alliance continue. We don't see VSK and Mike Knox appear alongside the rest of The Major Players in IMPACT, but all together in the NWA, they're known as The Cardona Family. Brian Myers wasn't there to join them, but he did have a match recently with Aldis on an NWA event (unless it hasn't happened yet). This was a very well-wrestled main event with enjoyable action and a logical finish with the babyfaces going over to send the message that Aldis is in hot pursuit of Cardona's title.
The simple structure of the Powerrr shows continues and it's infinitely enhanced my enjoyment of the show. It also makes everything much easier to follow, especially for anyone who writes about the show like me. The main event had star power and it was obviously the best bout of the night. This was one of the weaker editions of Powerrr on the whole as everything else beyond the main event was largely subpar and some of the matches happened for the sake of happening.