16th Jan2020

‘NWA Powerrr’ Review (Jan 14th 2020)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s National Wrestling Alliance: Powerrr review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and I look just like Aisha Tyler. Let’s make some s— up…like I just did.


Match #1: Zane Dawson defeated Dave Dawson – National Wrestling Alliance TV Title Tournament Match

My Opinion: 2.1 out of 5 – This wasn’t much other than a lot of talking. There were some slams and all that stuff, but you can skip this sucker.

Match #2: Melina defeated Ashley Vox

My Opinion: 2.6 out of 5 – Melina did well here and looked pretty tough over-all. Vox looks like she could rip some-one in half, which ain’t bad for this sport. This was waaaaaaaaaaaay too short. Why are these matches so f—— short? Do you wanna watch a show of three minute matches? Do you have a short attention span? Are you a pigeon? Am I just writing all of this to make the review longer because the NWA doesn’t write recaps? I wanted this to go a lot longer, but three minutes is better than nothing.

Match #3: Aron Stevens & The Question Mark defeated Eddie Kingston & Homicide

My Opinion: 2.9 out of 5 – This was okay, but I really wanted this to just be Aron fighting Homicide. That’s when the match was the best and that is what they should have gone with…for more than ten minutes. Also, this was another short match. Who’s paying for short matches? Three minutes? Hell yeah!

Match #4: (Main Event) Team Morton defeated Team Aldis

My Opinion: 3.4 out of 5 – The right team won. Scott Steiner did well in this match for a guy who looks more like an old biker than Big Poppa Pump. Everybody else was more athletic and more exciting, but the real star was the old guy who invented a new kind of math. 2+2 = what the f— I say it is, you little b—-!

News Of The Night:

  1. Scott Steiner cut a great promo on him kicking a lot of ass.
  2. Ricky Morton gets an NWA World Title show, next week.

Final Verdict: 3.1/5

This was decent stuff, with Scott Steiner, Aron Stevens, Homicide and Melina as the best parts (honorable mention: Ashley Vox).


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