Kratos and Da Pope def. KC Roxx and "The Question Mark"
Rodney Mack parading around as Question Mark is still very dumb, though Aron Stevens does have potential as a manager now that he's gone all in with it. This was a fairly formulaic tag team match, but it worked with Pope fighting from underneath and Kratos making the comeback and winning for their team. Needless to say, it was the right result. Someone else showed up afterward dressed as Question Mark and Stevens acted appalled and confused. Again, the whole storyline is stupid.
Matt Cardona Interrupted Bully Ray
If it wasn't already obvious, Bully Ray is sticking around following his win over Mike Knox at NWA 74 and is apparently continuing his feud with The Cardonas. Trevor Murdoch going after Cardona in his rematch with Rolando Freeman seemed to indicate they'll rekindle their rivalry, but Cardona may feud with Bully Ray simultaneously. Either way, this was a perfectly fine segment to set that up possible match.
NWA National Champion Cyon def. Joe Alonzo
I liked the verbal exchange these two (along with Austin Idol) had on Saturday's NWA USA to hype this up. Granted, it didn't make me view Alonzo as any sort of threat to the title, but I appreciated the effort. They had a fairly decent, well-worked match, but again, there was no suspense surrounding the outcome. I'm still no fan of Cyon holding the National title considering how bland he's been so far in the NWA.
Max The Impaler, Natalia Markova and Angelina Love def. Roxy and NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions Pretty Empowered; Max vs. Markova vs. Love in a Queen Bee Three-Way Match Ended in a No Contest
I was under the impression that the Queen Bee match we got on the NWA 74 pre-show would be held annually at the event, but I assume it's going to be treated as a title that will be defended regularly going forward considering what we got here. If that's the case, then that's pretty dumb, especially with the rules being as complicated as they are. The six-man tag team match was whatever with a horrible looking finish (hopefully Roxy is okay). The subsequent three-way wasn't much better and the non-finish was lame. I'm not sure what this was supposed to accomplish.
NWA Television Champion Tyrus def. Mims
Wait, didn't Mims earn this title opportunity a while ago? Or did he get it and lose? I honestly don't remember. I hoped him getting another shot here meant he'd finally win it (especially now that Tyrus has been pinned by Murdoch), but obviously not. Instead, they had a forgettable match that Tyrus won clean before the show went off the air without anything else happening. This title reign needs to end immediately. The fact it's lasted this long is embarrassing.
The first two editions of Powerrr coming off NWA 74 were actually pretty solid. Unfortunately, it returned to subpar quality this week. That main event was very underwhelming and nothing on the undercard was remotely interesting. Hell, none of the backstage interviews left me looking forward to anything, either. Some fresh faces along with engaging storylines and above-average action would all provide the product with a much-needed boost in my opinion.