NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Colby Corino def. Mo Jabari
Corino is the perfect person to be playing the role of fighting champion in the junior heavyweight division. Granted, there was zero reason to think Jabari was taking the title considering he's never appeared on NWA programming before and he had no introduction, but it was a well-worked opener, if nothing else. Corino offered Jabari a handshake afterward and Jabari refused it, so Corino is clearly a babyface.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Tiffany Nieves
I recognized the name of Tiffany Nieves and that's because, in addition to NWA Samhain, she's also competed on IMPACT! Wrestling and AEW Dark in the last two years. She cut a basic promo about arriving in the NWA and putting Ruthie Jay on notice ahead of their match in two weeks. I thought she did well. This is what the NWA needs more of instead of the cold introductions like what we got with Jabari in the opener.
NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions Pretty Empowered (Ella Envy and Kylie Paige) def. King Bees
It helped that we got to hear from King Bees backstage on last week's episode so fans could get familiar with them and make it seem like they at least had a slight chance of becoming champs. Ultimately, they did not, but I thought they had a perfectly solid showing. The NWA's women's tag team division obviously doesn't have a lot of depth, so I'd definitely be down for more of King Bees and having this be more than a one-off.
Blake "Bulletproof" Troop def. Koa Laxamana in a Submission Match
I'm not sure why this had to have a stipulation of any kind considering there's no established bad blood between these two. I know Submission matches are Troop's specialty given his MMA background (though he lost to Jax Dane in a Submission match at Samhain), but it just wasn't necessary. That said, this was what it needed to be with Troop winning relatively quickly and decisively.
NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion EC3 def. Talos
Don't ask what Talos did to earn an opportunity at the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship because I don't have the slightest clue. On the bright side, EC3 has been a fighting champion so far and it's been nice to have world title matches on Powerrr after not getting any on Powerrr while Tyrus was champion. This was a plodding main event because of Talos' limitations, but I suppose it could have been worse. Daisy Kill attempted to interfere but was thwarted by Dane, who will challenging EC3 soon for the title as we found out last week.
This was a slightly-below-average edition of Powerrr. As I've said before, the quality of the program has improved since the "new era" got underway, but this was a very forgettable episode on the whole. I would've called this a middle-of-the-road show had it not been for those silly Who Wants to Be a Spectacular? segments with The Spectaculars and Billy Corgan. Then again, we got an incredibly random return from former WWE star Paul Burchill out of it, so there was that.