Marshe Rockett def. Jeremiah Plunkett
I believe Plunkett has been in action on NWA programming before (the name sounds familiar), but I'm much more familiar with Rockett, who has been a regular for the NWA since the relaunch earlier this year. He's a good talent and this was a nice showcase for him. Plunkett had a solid showing as well, though I would have liked to see them get more time. This was a well-wrestled opener even though it had no significance storyline-wise.
Jordan Clearwater def. Rush Freeman and Papa Jive in a Three-Way Match
Similar to Rockett, Clearwater has appeared semi-regularly for the NWA since the return of Powerrr this year. I have no idea who Freeman and Jive are, but the three of them had quality chemistry together and produced a decent three-way match. I likely won't remember it by next week, mind you, but at least it gave the three of them more exposure. The NWA clearly has bigger things on the horizon for Clearwater given his alliance with BK Jeez and how often he's been on Powerrr lately.
David Arquette and Tim Storm def. The Kingdom of Jocephus (Jocephus and the Spiritual Advisor)
This match was from NWA New Years Clash, an NWA Pop-Up Event, in January 2019. It was back before Powerrr started up later that year. The stipulation stated that if Arquette won, Jocephus would have to shave his hair, and vice versa. It was supposed to be a singles match but turned into a tag team match also involving Storm and one of Arquette's spiritual advisor (a random bald woman). It was an entertaining tag team match that the crowd was into. Everyone played their roles well and Arquette was the highlight. He was really impressive when he returned to the ring a few years ago and doesn't get enough credit for the effort he was putting in (even with the documentary that came out about it).
Like most editions of PowerrrSurge, this was essentially a filler show that featured more wrestling than I was expecting. Usually, it's just promos and recaps of what's been happening on Powerrr lately, but we were treated to two showcase matches and a flashback to a bout from two-and-a-half years ago featuring Jocephus and David Arquette. The first two matches gave us a glimpse of some potential prospects we could be seeing more of the NWA soon, while the tag team match was a nice trip down memory line and a classy way to remember the late Jocephus. There isn't anything about this episode you need to go out of your way and see, but they filled the time well. We also found out that The Champions Series kicks off next week as well.