Episode 6: More Questions Than Answers.
From GPB Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Our hosts are Jim Cornette and Joe Galli.
David Marquez hosts the Rock N Roll Express at the desk. Morton is excited to see Homicide and Eddie Kingston get their shot at the tag titles. Gibson says the NWA is #1. Outlaw Inc join them and are humbled by their stamp of approval.
Joe Galli hosts Aron Stevens, who is dressed as a pirate again, at the desk. Stevens angry and declares that he is no longer a part of the NWA or professional wrestling. He will go put on some pants and confirm on his phone a new starring role in some nonsense. Stevens officially quits!
David Marquez hosts Belle and Rosa at the desk and wants to know why they joined forces. Belle says she doesn't know much about Rosa, but wants to move on from her past. Rosa cuts a Spanish promo and Belle translates. The bottom line is that Allysin Kay doesn't know what's coming for her.
James Storm rants and raves about Colt Cabana robbing the National title from him.
David Marquez hosts new National Champion Colt Cabana at the desk. Colt can barely contain his excitement to be champion again, and imitates Oprah to suggest that everyone gets a championship. Ricky Starks interrupts and is clearly eyeing the title belt.
Clips of Thunder Rosa training for and arriving at her MMA debut. This ends up being a teaser for a longer documentary coming soon.
Cornette and Galli continue speculating about why Kamille won't talk. Eli Drake interrupts at the desk and is tired of this subject. Drake says the reason why Kamille won't speak is because she might admit that he can take the World title from Nick Aldis. The Wild Cards interrupt. Lattimer doesn't like Drake sticking his nose in their business. Drake argues he is minding his business and could make Kamille squeal if given the chance. I'm a bit lost on why the Wild Cards care. Mr. Anderson interrupts and startles Drake with his loud noises. This was all very confusing.
Billy Corgan thanks the fans for coming to NWA tapings and making the show a success. He promotes the NWA Email list, which allows fans to get first opportunities for tickets, and he teases that we will want to get on board now, because bigger things are coming.
At Tony's Faulk's wrestling farm, they grow heels and babyfaces. This is delightfully demented and out of left field.
Joe Galli hosts NWA World Champion Nick Aldis at the desk and asks for his opinion about a possible conspiracy going on in the NWA. Aldis wants to remind all the guys in the back that the wrestling industry owes them nothing. He got to present Dory Funk Jr. with an award and stand side by side with the late Harley Race, because he earned their respect by doing things the right way in the ring. Aldis demands that his contenders also do things “the right way” and takes a seat at ringside.
Kamille shows up by surprise and argues with Aldis, as the Dokken theme song plays them out. Final Thoughts: If you've been meaning to give Powerrr a chance but haven't yet, don't start with this episode. It was fine as a middle chapter, but that's about it.