Thom Latimer and Danny Flamingo def. EC3 and Matt Lancie
The match between Latimer and EC3 at Hard Times 3 had a non-finish, so their feud clearly isn't over yet (oh joy). The biggest problem with this match is that viewers (myself included) knew nothing about Flamingo and Lancie, so there was no incentive to give a crap about them as the partners of Latimer and EC3. It was a decent match, but I can't say anything Flamingo or Lancie did overly impressed me.
Wildkat Sports Revolution Champion Chuck Levine def. Nate Bradley
It's cool that the NWA is using talent from a promotion such as WildKat (much like at Hard Times 3), but similar to the opener, this suffered from the audience not knowing anything about either guy. A pay-per-view pre-show is one thing, but with this being Powerrr, the NWA really should have aired promos from Levine and Bradley beforehand to establish who they were. From an in-ring standpoint, this was well wrestled.
NWA National Champion Cyon def. "Thrillbilly" Silas Mason (Non-Title)
Mason was fresh off a win over Odinson in an impromptu match at Hard Times 3, so I thought he might be on the verge of a push. I don't care for Mason at all, but it would have at least justified why he beat Odinson. But nope, Mason lost to Cyon here and that was it. I suppose Mason was supposed to be the babyface, but I found it difficult to care either way. This bout bored me and didn't need to happen.
NWA World Women's Champion Kamille def. Jazmin Allure
I remember Allure from the many matches she had as an enhancement talent on AEW's Dark shows at one point. I haven't seen her in a while, so AEW must have stopped using her. It's not like she's been used by the NWA, either, so her challenging for the NWA World Women's Championship here was quite random. As a result, I didn't think the title was in jeopardy, but Allure held her own and Kamille went over decisively as she should have.
You can tell the NWA is throwing together a bunch of matches they filmed at their latest post-pay-per-view television tapings for Powerrr and NWA USA and calling it a day because most of this stuff has zero storyline significance. The in-ring quality was adequate on the whole and the change of scenery was nice, but the usage of the WildKat performers didn't make for the most interesting episode. This was a throwaway show despite the championship main event.