Stu Bennett (Bad News Barrett) narrates an opening montage showing off the last nine weeks of NWA Powerrr. Moments include Colt Cabana recapturing the National championship from James Storm, Nick Aldis’ epic title defense against Tim Storm, the debut of the Question Mark, and the Rock ‘N’ Roll Express becoming tag team champions once again.
Eli Drake vs. Ken Anderson –
Eli Drake wins by pinfall
Over to the interview desk with Dave Marquez. He welcomes the NWA World’s champion Nick Aldis . Crowd gives Aldis a huge ovation. He talks about how fans thought that the NWA was finished, a forgotten relic of wrestling’s past. He says that one voice kept the NWA alive, and that one doubled, then tripled, now they’re being watched by over 40 countries in the world. “A PPV headlined by sweet Charlotte…the 10 pounds of gold.” He then addresses James Storm: “You and I are the only two men tonight that have the chance to live forever, but if you’re going to do it, you’re going to have to come with me into the deep water, and I will show you why I’m the real world’s champion.” Marquez asks about Kamille, who Aldis says has the night off.
James Storm meets Aldis and Marquez. Storm says that no one man can be given credit for the NWA’s revival. “We did this as a team. And tonight when the smoke clears, you’re going to now that you’ve been in the ring with one of the toughest SOB’s on God’s green earth.” He promises that later he will be announced as the new NWA world champion. This ends the segment.
Tasha Steelz vs. Thunder Rosa –
Thunder Rosa wins by pinfall
As soon as the match is over Rosa continues her assault on Steelz. Ashley Vox runs out to make the save. She unloads on Rosa but Rosa gets the better of her. Shoulder breaker and arm-ringer. Vox screams holding her arm. Rosa stands tall over Vox before leaving to the back. Referee’s attend to Vox. Commentary wonder if she’ll be able to compete in her tag bout later tonight.
Question Mark vs. Trevor Murdoch –
Question Mark wins by pinfall
NWA World Tag Team Championship: Rock ‘N Roll Express (c) vs. The Wildcards (Thomas Latimer and Royce Issacs)
Rock ‘N’ Roll Express win by pinfall to retain the NWA Tag Team Championship
Commentary announces that on January 24th, the next NWA pay per view will take place. Stu Bennett reveals the NWA television championship, and says that the first champion will be crowned at the PPV.
Over to Dave Marquez. Eli Drake comes out and insults him, then polls the audience on who they think is going to win tonight’s main event. Crowd chants “Aldis.” Drake says he doesn’t care who wins, because at the end of the day he is the man who shines in this company, and he’ll eventually be right where he belongs, as the brands champion. He takes a few shots at Ken Anderson. Anderson comes out of nowhere and blindsides him. He picks up a steel chair and drives it into Drake’s gut. He places the chair around Drake’s neck and guillotines him into the ring post. Referee’s and security try and pull Anderson away but he’s irate. He sends Drake into the ring, sets up the chair, then flatliners him face first. Drake is out. Crowd boos Anderson as he leaves. Officials help Drake to the back as he cannot stand on his own.
Allysin Kay is out next for tag action. She carries her NWA women’s title, but Ashley Vox is not with her. Melina and Marti Belle enter next. Commentary asks if Kay is planning on facing them in a handicap match. Belle, Melina, and Kay argue…Marquez stops them before they tangle up and says that Kay will have a partner. IT’S ODB!! Crowd going wild!
Allysin Kay and ODB vs. Melina and Marti Belle –
Allysin Kay and ODB win by pinfall
NWA National Championship: Colt Cabana (c) vs. Aron Stevens vs. Ricky Starks –
Aron Stevens wins by pinfall to become the new NWA National Champion
Post match, Stevens says he won the title thanks to the power of karate.
Tim Storm in a referee’s shirt speaks with Alex Marquez. Storm begins by thanking the NWA fans, claiming that it is an honor and a privilege to be apart of this PPV. “To watch those two men battle for the most prestigious title in professional wrestling means the world to me, and I’m going to do my best because I know it means the world to them.”
Another video package of James Storm and Nick Aldis, this time focusing on what Adlis’ valet Kamille whispered in Storm’s ear. Although it was never revealed, Storm says that whatever she says gets out…it’s going to bring a whole new light to this industry. Recap of Aldis accidentally striking Kamille during his title match on the debut of NWA Powerrr.
Back to the arena…crowd is chanting NWA loud. Marquez tells us that Brian Hebner will officiate the first fall, and Tim Storm the second fall. If a third fall is needed, a coin-toss will determine who the referee will be.
NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship – 2 Out of 3 Falls: Nick Aldis (c) vs. James Storm –
James Storm wins the first fall
Nick Aldis wins the second fall
Nick Aldis wins the second fall via referee stoppage and retains the NWA World Championship
Commentary calls the finish very controversial as Tim Storm was not the assigned referee and James Storm never officially quit. Afterwards Aldis goes to Marquez. He says normally he would gloat, but instead he chooses to celebrate the greatness of the NWA. “This is where guys like me and James Storm find purpose in this crazy world.” Aldis then looks directly into the camera and says, “there’s not a man alive who can take this from me.” The lights go out.
MARTY SCURLL IS HERE. Fans can’t believe it. “Holy sh*t” chants. He comes to the ring and stares Aldis down. Aldis looks terrified. Scurll goes to the interview desk.
The show ends.