Cyon def. Garrisaon Creed
I haven't seen enough of Creed to get a good grasp on what he can do in the ring, but I have seen enough of Cyon after over a year and I'm beyond bored of the gimmick at this point. If they're not going to reveal who's under the mask and he isn't going to win anything of note, then it might be time to move on. He's perfectly competent in the ring and this was a decent match, but it's getting harder and harder to care about the guy.
Paola Blaze def. Tootie Lynn
Blaze's matches have notoriously been terrible in the past, so I was curious how she'd fare for herself here. She's obviously still a work in progress, but this wasn't completely awful, so there was that. I appreciated that this didn't go longer than it needed to. Blaze cheating to win was interesting as I assume this sets up a rematch between the two. At least she's finally flying solo, or so it seems.
Aron Stevens Attackede KC Rocker
This started off as a "wrestling seminar" of sorts with Stevens using Rocker to test out various maneuvers. He got more and more aggressive and in the end just beat up Rocker. Kyle Davis (or one of the other announcers) posed a logical question: why didn't anyone make the save for Rocker? And am I forgetting something or has Kratos' absence not been addressed or explained? Nonetheless, this was an effective way of getting heat on Stevens.
Idolmania Sports Management (Marshe Rockett and BLK Jeez) def. The Rude Dudes
I feel like we haven't seen a whole lot of The Rude Dudes together lately, only Jamie Stanley on his own. Personally, I'd much rather see more of them than Idolmania Sports Management. It's a shame because Rockett and Jeez are talented, but their partnership with Austin Idol has made for terrible television because Idol and Tyrus are unbearably bad. I'm not sure who the crowd was supposed to root for here considering both teams are heel, but it was well wrestled, if nothing else.
What a weird edition of Powerrr. I know it was a PowerrSurge show and those are usually shorter (which is fine by me) and rarely feature storyline progression, but this was branded as "Velvet After Dark" and it consisted of Velvet Sky wasting time in between the matches by acting horny and flirting with The Dirty Sexy Boys with the lights turned down. I guess there's an audience for that sort of thing and I applaud them for trying something different, but I found the whole concept to be dumb and the matches weren't interesting enough to make this episode worthwhile.