Strictly Business Addressed the Audience
Although Thom Latimer and Chris Adonis were also present for this segment, only Nick Aldis and Kamille got mic time. Aldis addressed last week's announcement that he'll have to defend his NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship at the next NWA pay-per-view in June against the winner of a Battle Royal in a few weeks. Meanwhile, Kamille hyped up her confrontation with Thunder Rosa later in the night. This was a solid segment that explained Aldis's actions at the end of the episode. Kyle Davis is great, but Joe Galli in the interviewer role is always excellent, if only for his interactions with Aldis.
Matt Cross def. Mims in an NWA Television Championship Qualifying Match; NWA Television Champion Da Pope Confronted Tyrus and Austin Idol
This was essentially a number one contender's match with a different name. Mims has been involved with a handful of matches and has been impressive. Cross is also talented, so they had a fun match for the time they had. The subsequent verbal exchange between Pope and Tyrus was fine, but I'm not sure what it was supposed to accomplish other than furthering their feud. Idol mentioned that Pope is four wins away from being able to challenge for the world title (I believe), and while I was glad they acknowledged that, the ending was odd. Cross vs. Pope will probably be the next TV title match before Tyrus gets another shot.
NWA World Tag Team Champion Kratos def. Sal Rinauro
Rinauro has been feuding with Kratos for weeks and this was his chance at revenge, but even he knew he was getting his ass kicked here based on his pre-match promo. Kratos took his time with Rinauro and I assumed Tim Storm would come in and make the save, but no such luck. Instead, Kratos defeated him with ease. I'm still thinking Storm and Rinauro will contend for the NWA World Tag Team Championship eventually and that's where Kratos will get his comeuppance.
Thunder Rosa and Kamille Came Face-to-Face
Kamille agreed to give Rosa another shot at becoming the number one contender to the NWA World Women's Championship, but only if she agreed to her stipulation, which was that Rosa can't wrestle anywhere else but the NWA if she loses. Basically, it's a Loser Stays in Town match, but only for Rosa. That's actually brilliant with how much Rosa has been appearing for AEW over the last year, but it pretty much means Rosa is winning because I don't think AEW would like that very much. I don't know why Melina and Taryn Terrell had to be there for this, but this was decent. The promos aren't the smoothest, but I appreciate that they aren't overly scripted.
Slice Boogie def. Jax Dane in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
Powerrr isn't known for its in-ring action, but the quality of the wrestling on this show has improved since its return and I though this was one of the best bouts yet. I haven't seen too much of either Boogie or Dane, and while I'm not sure the feud needed a gimmick blow-off match at this point, they made the most of it and had an entertaining main event. They beat each up all over the studio, yet it ended when Dane threw in the towel for himself because he was concerned for Crimson getting hurt at ringside. That was weird, as I didn't know you could throw in the towel for yourself. If nothing else, I assume it keeps Dane and Crimson together for a little longer.
Considering this billed as being a Super Powerrr episode, I was surprised it was only 45 minutes (shorter than most regular shows), but that's because in storyline, Strictly Business left the building and weren't there to compete for the NWA World Tag Team Championship. Was that supposed to put more heat on the heels? Because it cheated viewers out of a main event, and instead of giving them something different, the show was cut short. This was a slight step down from your typical edition of Powerrr, and definitely not deserving of the Super Powerrr title, but storylines were progressed, the main event was above-average up until the finish and Cross vs. Mims was well-wrestled, so there were a few highlights.