Kyle Davis Interviewed Da Pope and Trevor Murdoch
Murdoch has been exhibiting heel tendencies as of late and thus Pope tried to talk some sense into him. I say it all the time, but Pope is just a terrific talker and it didn't even matter that Murdoch said nothing at all. Pope laid into him and it was an effective way of furthering their feud. The storyline has been well done so far and I'm looking forward to their eventual match.
NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions The Hex def. Kenzie Paige and Just Madi
I've mentioned this time or two before, but it's amazing to me that The Hex have defended their tag titles more times than probably any other pair of women's tag team champions in the United States since they became champions last year. Granted, Madi and Paige aren't an actual team, but it's impressive, nonetheless. This was perfectly fine for what it was with Paige and Madi scoring some offense before eating defeat.
Colby Corino def. AJ Cazana
Corino is fresh off a win over Caprice Coleman on last Saturday's edition of NWA USA, so it would have made no sense for him to lose here to someone who hasn't had nearly as much exposure on Powerrr. Thankfully, that was not the case. This was a quality contest while it lasted and Corbino's victory keeps his momentum going. He'll be a great fit as NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion eventually.
Kyle Davis Interviewed The Briscoes
Davis asked The Briscoes what was next for them after they unsuccessfully challenged La Rebelion for the NWA World Tag Team Championship and they basically said their chase for the titles isn't over. I was thoroughly entertained by their initial encounter, so I'm definitely down for a rematch. That means The Briscoes will be sticking around for a little longer, which is excellent news.
NWA National Champion Jax Dane and The End def. The Ill Begotten (Rush Freeman, Alex Taylor and Jeremiah Plunkett) and Idolmania Sports Management (BLK Jeez, Jordan Clearwater and Marshe Rockett) in a Team War Match
We've gotten a Team War match at least once before and it was such a mess that I'm surprised they actually did it again. Unfortunately, this was no different. With nine men involved, it was almost impossible to keep track of each elimination (which included being thrown over the top rope this time) and the action was all over the place. I also don't know what Dane and The End gained from winning this or what purpose this served.
Mickie James def. Natalia Markova
I wouldn't have given this match away without any buildup whatsoever. I'd argue Markova is a star on the rise in the NWA's women's division and James is obviously the biggest female talent they have, so I would have saved this for down the line for when it could have meant more. That said, they had an enjoyable main event and Markova looked credible in defeat. I'm curious if James will be full-time with the NWA going forward since it doesn't look like she'll be a part of IMPACT's Slammiversary pay-per-view.
While not necessarily a bad show, this edition of Powerrr felt like it had a lot of random stuff that didn't have much to do with anything. They kicked the episode off strong with that Pope and Murdoch confrontation, but everything else after that didn't seem to have storyline significance. Again, most of the matches were well wrestled, but this certainly isn't a show you need to go out of your way to see if you missed it.