NWA Women's Television Champion Max the Impaler def. Taylor Rising
Max becoming the Women's Television champ is the perfect role for them as it allows them to squash challengers on a consistent basis and continue building momentum. That gimmick may not work as well if they were the NWA World Women's Champion. We've seen Rising in action before, but this was all about Max and giving them a dominant opponent in their first title defense. Natalia Markova coming out afterward was interesting given their history.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Aron Stevens
Blunt Force Trauma was also at the podium with Stevens but didn't say anything. Stevens discussed and attempt to justify the nefarious fashion in which Blunt Force Trauma beat Knox and Murdoch at NWA 75. It was weird because they retained their titles, so why would he care? That indicates their rivalry isn't over and that makes sense since their NWA 75 match was their first encounter and they weren't feuding prior to the pay-per-view.
The Immortals def. The Outrunners
The Outrunners have made a few appearances on AEW TV as well as ROH TV lately, so the NWA better use them while they can before they sign somewhere. Those are bigger platforms, but they're better fits in the NWA in my opinion, and there's also less of a chance they'll get lost in the shuffle. Nonetheless, this was a competitive contest with The Outrunners getting more offense than I thought they would before The Immortals went over.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Pretty Empowered
Pretty Empowered leveled up big time at NWA 75 with Ella Envy and Kylie Paige becoming the NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions and Kenzie Paige becoming the NWA World Women's Champion. They addressed their victories here, specifically with Kenzie talking about dethroning the previously undefeated Kamille. It was a solid segment to set the tone for their respective reigns. Kenzie has the potential to have a strong title run if she's booked to do so. She's already improved immensely.
Brady Pierce def. Rolando Freeman
The commentators mentioned during the graphic hyping this match that The Spectaculars are no more, apparently because Pierce threw Freeman out of the ring in the Battle Royal at NWA 75. Partners throw each out of Battle Royals all the time, but I guess it was designed to mark the end of the group. Hey, no complaints here. This was one-sided in favor of Pierce as it should have been. We'll see what Pierce can do on his own.
Kyle Davis Interviewed NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion EC3
It's almost impossible for EC3's title reign to be any worse than Tyrus', so he has that going for him. In all seriousness, I hope he can have a successful run as champ, especially now that he's got a new look and appears to be taking his character in a new direction. Rest in peace, Control Your Narrative. He called out Thom Latimer for next week and I'm not sure why. I have no desire to see those two rekindle their rivalry as their chemistry was never the greatest.
The Southern Six (NWA National Champion Thrillbilly Silas Mason, Kerry Morton and Alex Taylor) def. (The Fixer, Wrecking Ball Legursky and Jay Bradley)
Now that Southern Six are officially a faction, it's time for them to start racking up wins and this was a good start. Morton lost his NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship to Colby Corino at NWA 75, but Mason won the vacant NWA National Championship that same weekend, so they still have gold in their ranks. I like The Fixers, but there's no need for Legursky and Bradley to have anyone else with them. Who the hell was the random masked dude named The Fixer? It felt like he was only there to eat the pinfall loss for his team. This was a well-worked main event on the whole.
This edition of Powerrr was hyped as the beginning of a "new era" and to the company's credit, it certainly did feel like a new era thanks to the production upgrades and slightly different format. Showing only a small snippet of each entrance like it's a video game was weird, but I applaud their attempt to try something different. The crowd wasn't shown, but we did get all the interviews at the podium again instead of in the back like the early days of Powerrr. None of what we got was all that memorable, but it was at least a step in the right direction.