Odinson def. Flip Gordon
Odinson attacked Gordon following Gordon's loss to Nick Aldis several weeks ago, which was the reasoning behind this bout. This was easily the best Odinson match I've ever seen and nothing else comes close. Gordon may not be everyone's cup of tea, but the guy can go and he brought the best out of Odinson here. Post-match, Nick Aldis went after Odinson to further their feud and cut a fired-up promo at the podium.
EC3 def. Traxx
I applaud EC3's commitment to the "Control Your Narrative" shtick, but I think it's safe to say after over two years it's not clicking. It's such a departure from what he was doing previously and that was a gimmick that worked. His squash and post-match promo illustrated how boring he's become. That said, I like the layers being added to his storyline with Thom Latimer, so at least they're trying to make it interesting. They'll face off at Hard Times 3.
NWA World Women's Champion Kamille def. Jennacide (Non-Title)
Needless to say, I had tempered expectations for this one considering Jennacide isn't the greatest and I wasn't sure if Kamille would be the right opponent for her. As it turned out, they had a perfectly fine match. It was far from the best match Kamille has had as champion over the last year, but it certainly could have been worse. This was basically a warm-up for Kamille before she defends against Taya Valkyrie in a rematch at Hard Times 3. I'm hoping Valkyrie will be the one to ultimately dethrone Kamille as champ.
Rhett Titus and The OGK def. NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion and Damian 666
Titus beat Bestia 666 in a random match last week on Powerrr, so I'm glad they followed up on that by having him team with The OGK against La Rebelion and Damian this week since The OGK and La Rebelion have been feuding as of late. I didn't really need to see Damian in the ring and hopefully that's the last time he'll compete, but this was solid stuff otherwise. Titus picking up the win for his team was weird as it doesn't exactly earn The OGK a shot at the NWA World Tag Team Championship since they didn't factor into the finish at all.
Hard Times 3 isn't for another month, but I appreciate that they're putting the card together early. Far too often does the NWA wait until the last minute to put together pay-per-view cards that don't make any sense or have no build, so I'm happy Hard Times 3 appears to be the exception (despite the fact I couldn't care less about the three-way main event involving Tyrus). This was a slightly-above-average edition of Powerrr and everything serving a purpose was a refreshing change of pace.