Ruthie Jay def. Missa Kate and Natalia Markova in an NWA World Women's Championship No. 1 Contender's Three-Way Match
Jay just unsuccessfully challenged Max the Impaler for the NWA Women's Television Championship, so I was actually surprised to see her go over here, but at least Markova didn't suffer the losing fall. Markova can go for the title again at some point, but not so long after losing to now-former champ Kamille at NWA 75. Jay is a fine person for Kenzie Paige to beat in one of her first title defenses. This was a well-worked three-way for the most part.
Zyon def. Double Barrel Boz
The buildup of Zyon continues and I have no idea why. I thought a match between him and Austin Idol's son/old pupil Cyon was coming, but there hasn't been a sign of that happening for months, and I'm less and less interested in the idea of it as more time passes. Zyon is simply a bore to watch, and that includes his squash matches like this one. He won decisively, but I question what purpose this was supposed to serve in the long run.
NWA Television Champion Thom Latimer def. Rush Freeman (Non-Title)
Latimer has his opportunity at the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship against EC3 coming up next month, so there was no doubt he was beating Freeman here, especially given the recent turmoil within The Spectaculars. There wasn't much to the match and there didn't need to be. Freeman does nothing for me personally, so I had no issue with Latimer winning clean in a matter of minutes. It accomplished its goal of furthering Latimer's momentum.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Aron Stevens
Blunt Force Trauma once again stood behind Stevens but said nothing. This was designed to hype up next week's NWA World Tag Team Championship match between Blunt Force Trauma and Knox and Murdoch, which will be a rematch from NWA 75. Their original encounter wasn't anything worth writing home about, so hopefully this next match will be better. I'd be surprised if Blunt Force Trauma lost the titles this early, but I'd actually be in favor of that happening. Stevens played his role well as always.
Magic Inc. def. La Rebelion
I figured this would be an easy win for La Rebelion as they're two-time NWA World Tag Team Champions and Magic Inc. are just an enhancement team. Well, I didn't think of the possibility of The Brothers of Funstruction and Violent J costing La Rebelion the win. I guess it made sense if their feud isn't over and the match itself was serviceable, but it didn't feel like something that should have closed out the show.
For some reason, they replayed Tyrus' retirement speech from after his loss to EC3 at NWA 75. Needless to say, I skipped over that. The rest of the show was solid by Powerrr standards, though nothing really stood out as special. Stuff moved along and I liked how matches were advertised and hyped for next week, but hopefully we get more matches announced for this upcoming pay-per-view soon. On a side note, it's worth nothing that Jamie Stanley and Madi both made appearances in backstage interviews, and both of them were reportedly present at the WWE tryout this week. I'm glad both of them got that opportunity, and now we'll see if they get signed. They're definitely talented enough for the NXT roster.