NWA Super Powerrr Results 5/12/20
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Season 3 Finale
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
Transcription by Josh Lopez
David Marquez Interviews Villain Enterprises
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
David Marquez: Okay, thanks fellas, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, Marty Scurll and Brody King.
Marty Scurll: My name is “The Villain” Marty Scurll, thank you very much, get it right.
David Marquez: I apologize for that. Well, welcome back to the program, a lot is going on. You, the world championship, your enterprise, the whole thing, tell the people what exactly is going on?
Marty Scurll: I’ll tell you what’s going on. The Villain is here in the NWA. And this time, i’m not alone. You see, when you mess with The Villain, you mess with the whole Villain Enterprises. Ladies and gentlemen, enter, Brody King.
David Marquez: Brody, you and I go way back, tell the folks about you.
Brody King: Since day one, Villain Enterprises has made a statement in the NWA. The 2019 Crockett Cup Winners. The first NWA Tag Team Champions of the modern era. Marty Scurll is a genius of a boss. He sent all the pieces to insure that he will be the next NWA Worlds Champion. Nick Aldis, you can do all the tricks you want, but your time with that title is up.
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— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
First Match: Kamille vs. Madi Maxx
Kamille drives Maxx back first into the turnbuckles. Kamille repeatedly stomps on Maxx’s chest. The referee admonishes Kamille. Kamille with a Big Biel Throw. Kamille levels Maxx with a Body Avalanche. Kamille follows that with a Delayed Bodyslam. Kamille tugs on Maxx’s hair. Maxx with forearm shivers. Maxx kicks Kamille in the gut. Maxx goes for a sunset flip, but Kamille stands still. Maxx ducks a clothesline from Kamille. Kamille drops Maxx with a Leg Lariat. Kamille is putting the boots to the midsection of Maxx. Kamille toys around with Maxx. Kamille puts Maxx on the top turnbuckle. Maxx kicks Kamille in the chest. Kamille catches Maxx in mid-air. Kamille connects with The Rolling Senton. Kamille Spears Maxx to pickup the victory.
Winner: Kamille via Pinfall
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
Bitch. Cocky. Not approachable. These are things that people may have heard about me and they’re all true. But life made me this way. When I was kid, I just wanted to have fun. I wasn’t striving to be great, I just was. But then I learned something the hard way. People don’t like you when you’re gifted. In fact, they turn against you. When I played softball when I was little, the coaches, well, they loved me, but the parents of the girls, not so much. They actually got together and went to the coach and complained that I needed to be taken out of the league because I put their little girls in danger. But I decided I didn’t want to play there anymore. I left that league to go play with the boys. Because from then on, I realized I don’t get along with girls, I’m just different.
In high school, my stats was so good, that parents were in the stands keeping their own stat books to make sure that mine weren’t padded, to make sure that my numbers were right because they couldn’t believe that I was putting up the stats I was. So ever since I was little, I’ve been hated. Hated for my power, for my strength, for what I was born with. Hated by not only peers, but adults. So respect for authority? Respect for anyone? Yeah, I don’t have that. I’m an elite athlete. Every single sport I’ve ever played, ever tried, I’ve dominated. Division One Softball. Football. And professional wrestling, well, that came easy. October 2018, Nick Aldis called. He needed himself an insurance policy. Now, do you think that he hired me for simply my looks? He hired me because he knew I was a force and that I could take care of business. He didn’t want some frail, little liability, bothering.
He wanted someone that could take a hit and give one back. Since October, championship match after championship match, Nick Aldis has retained. And what’s the common denominator? His talent, yes and me. Y’all keep questioning why I don’t speak. I don’t need to speak, I let my actions speak for me. See, my dad, he taught me that I better never start a fight, but I sure as hell better end one. It better take people dragging me off of someone while i’m on top of them to end that fight. So, y’all think that me coming out there and taking action in the middle of the ring, you think that was random? You think that was out of nowhere? Thunder Rosa, Melina, Allysin Kay, I know how you guys treat me. I see the little looks, the whispers backstage, people talk, but I’m here to end all of that. For those of you that are worried about what i’m doing in the future, worry about what Kamille is doing now. I’m here to end, all of you.
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
Sean Mooney Interviews The Rock N Roll Express
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
Sean Mooney: As you know, I have interviewed some of the biggest names in the world of professional wrestling, but I’ve never had the chance to interview the two legends i’m about to introduce. Please welcome, The Rock N Roll Express, Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson. Good to se you. Guys, you know, your history of professional wrestling runs so deep, especially in the NWA, you’ve done so much.
Ricky Morton: You know, the NWA is what it’s all about. And what we’re talking about right now, since 1985, The Crockett Cup. As a matter of fact, last year, we wrestled The Briscoes. And being The Rock N Roll Express, everybody comes gunning, we never made it past the first round, but that’s the way it goes. But you see, did anybody ever expect Robert and I to be 9 time tag team champions? Now, do you think you’re gonna expect that The Rock N Roll Express might win The Crockett Cup? What do y’all think? We got just a little chance, I think, thank you buddy.
Second Match: The Rock N Roll Express vs. Aron Stevens & The Question Mark?
Morton and Mark will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Mark applies a wrist lock. Morton reverses the hold. Mark drops Morton with a throat thrust. Mark tags in Stevens. Stevens goes for a leaping elbow drop, but Morton ducks out of the way. Stevens retreats to the bottom rope to create separation. Stevens tags in Mark. Stevens is getting flustered. Back to the collar and elbow tie up. Mark reverses out of the irish whip from Morton. Mark with an overhand chop. Mark tags in Stevens. Morton with a deep arm-drag.
RNR Express are teeing off on Stevens. Morton with the cover for a two count. Stevens delivers the eye poke. Stevens talks smack to Morton. Stevens is distracted by Trevor Murdoch. Stevens tags in Mark. Mark taunts Gibson. Stevens calls a timeout. Stevens brings out his personal insurance policy, Question Mark Jr. Stevens punches Morton in the jaw. Stevens HeadButts Morton. Stevens mocks The RNR Express. Stevens uses the middle rope as a weapon. Question Mark Jr attacks Morton behind the referee’s back. Question Mark Jr loses his stamina on the outside. Gibson shoves Stevens. Morton rolls Stevens over to pickup the victory.
Winner: The Rock N Roll Express via Pinfall
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
Kyle Davis Interviews: Melina, Allysin Kay, and Thunder Rosa
Kyle Davis: With The Crockett Cup on the horizon, and the women’s division taking off, the question is who will face Thunder Rosa for The NWA Women’s World Championship? And right now, joining me, is Melina to give her idea of why she should be the competitor. Melina, the times been given, why do you think you should be the individual to go for Thunder Rosa’s Title?
Melina: I am a living legend. Why wouldn’t I get an opportunity for the NWA Championship? Now, the last time I walked in there with a mutual understanding or so I thought, and obviously it wasn’t, so I wasn’t gonna put my life in jeopardy. I had to reassess, hey, there’s a reason why i’ve lasted this long in this business, and that’s by being smart, okay? When other people would quit at my age, please, all right. So anyways, I do deserve another opportunity, i’m game for having a fair and just fight, i’m all for that. And the thing is that, Allysin Kay, really? Now, you’re getting mad at me because, “oh, you had your opportunity.” Allysin Kay had two chances at the title, and she lost it, she lost both chances, okay, of keeping and winning the title back, she had two opportunities, and what? That’s disgusting, what a disgrace that she’s gonna be able to try to get it again, when I didn’t get my second shot, no.
Kyle Davis: Actually, now that you brought up Allysin Kay, she also has some time coming up, Allysin Kay, if you come out here please. Obviously we’re gonna have the referees out here. Allysin Kay, thank you for joining us right now, the refs of course are here in case any emotions get high, so nobody can interject. Allysin, you heard Melina, should you be the individual that challenges Thunder Rosa at The Crockett Cup?
Allysin Kay: Thunder Rosa beat at Hard Times, fair and square. I’ve given her credit, I have never made excuses for that, but during our rematch, you and Marti just had to come out here, didn’t you? You just had to be involved, you couldn’t leave well enough alone. That NWA Women’s World Championship will always mean everything to me, and I will always be fighting to get that back. But to be perfectly honest right now, Melina, I want to get my hands on you. You have been ducking me since day one. I have faced so many tough competitors as champion, but I have never backed down from a fight, and I expect nothing less from Thunder Rosa. But you, you’re a coward.
Kyle Davis: Speaking of Thunder Rosa, I think it’s about time we get the opinion of the NWA Women’s World Champion. The crowd is very happy that you’re here.
Thunder Rosa: Of course, you know, because they know that if the NWA decides to send anybody my way, I’m ready, I’m absolutely read. But in my mind, AK, I defeated you, twice. And all the shenanigans that happen in the last match, had nothing to do with me, is that right, Melina? Because I was very clear to you when I talked to you, that I didn’t need any help from you or anybody else to be a champion. I want to represent my family, my dojo and the NWA with pride. And honestly, Melina, I don’t know what were you thinking, I’m not gonna lay down for anybody, and that includes you, remember that. You know what? I just want to make this clear, I am one of the best, if not the best women on this roster, and I will take anyone. You know what? Since you’re eager to take her, and you’re eager to take her, you know, I can take you, AK, and I can take you, Melina.
Kyle Davis: I’m not quite sure if you have the right to really decide these matches, but are you trying to say that at Crockett Cup, it would be a Triple Threat Match?
Thunder Rosa: Yes, it will be a triple threat, I mean, I can take the both of you.
Kyle Davis: Triple Threat at Crockett Cup, that’s what you want?
Thunder Rosa: That’s what I want.
– Tony Falk Vignette.
Third Match: Tim Storm vs. Jax Dane w/Danny Deals in a No Disqualification Match
Dane attacks Storm before the bell rings. Dane is throwing haymakers at Storm. Dane slams Storm’s head on the ring apron. Dane rolls Storm back into the ring. Dane lands The Stinger Splash. Dane with an OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex. Storm kicks Dane in the gut. Storm punches Dane in the back. Storm tees off on dANE. Storm whips Dane into the steel ring steps. Storm with clubbing blows to Dane’s back. Dane rakes the eyes of Storm. Dane and Storm are brawling in the crowd. Storm repeatedly drives Dane face first into the Crockett Cup. Dane kicks Storm in the gut. Dane with two haymakers.
The action spills towards the announce table. Storm with a boot to the midsection of Dane. Storm continues to punch Dane in the back. Storm with forearm shivers. OverHand Chop Exchange. Dane with an OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex on the floor. Dane rolls Storm back into the ring. Dane wedges a steel chair in between the turnbuckles. The referee admonishes Dane. Storm with a running clothesline. Storm with a running elbow smash. Storm drops Dane with The Big Boot. Dane rises back on his feet. Dane hits The Dane Event. Storm sends Dane face first into the wedged chair. Storm connects with The Perfect Storm to pickup the victory.
Winner: Tim Storm via Pinfall
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Fourth Match: Marti Belle vs. Tasha Steelz vs. Ashley Vox in a Triple Threat Match
Belle is not a good sport. Steelz tells Belle to bring it. Vox applies a side headlock. Belle is standing on the ring apron. Steelz drops Vox with a shoulder tackle. Vox with a single leg takedown. Vox follows that with a Senton Splash for a one count. Belle sends Vox shoulder first into the steel ring post. Belle brings Steelz to the corner. Belle repeatedly stomps on Vox’s chest. Belle with Two Running Hip Attacks for a two count. Belle pie faces Vox. Vox denies The Three Amigas. Belle ducks a clothesline from Steelz. Belle kicks Steelz in the gut. Belle with a Side Russian Leg Sweep for a two count. Belle with desperate pinning attempts.
Belle with forearm shivers. Vox ducks a clothesline from Belle. Vox HeadButts Belle. Vox is fired up. Belle launches Vox over the top rope. Forearm Exchange. Steelz drives her knee into the midsection of Belle. Belle reverses out of the irish whip from Steelz. Steelz dives over Belle. Vox kicks Steelz in the face. Belle with a Rolling Elbow. Vox delivers a Missile Dropkick. Belle responds with another Rolling Elbow for a two count. Belle talks smack to Vox. Vox fights out of the fireman’s carry position. Vox SuperKicks Belle. Vox locks in The Real Catch. Belle nails Vox with The Pump Kick. Belle with The Full Nelson Leg Sweep FaceBuster. Belle negates The Stunner. Steelz ducks a clothesline from Belle. Steelz connects with The CodeBreaker to pickup the victory.
Winner: Tasha Steelz via Pinfall
David Marquez Interviews Eli Drake, James Storm and Eddie Kingston
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
David Marquez: Okay folks, welcome back to NWA Powerrr, Super Powerrr. And right now, please welcome, Eddie Kingston, James Storm, and Eli Drake. Okay Eddie, let’s just get into it, how did this alliance come together?
Eddie Kingston: Bro, real simple, Dave. Sorry, my mind is racing, I don’t know, give me a second folks, I don’t disrespect you, don’t disrespect me while i’m talking, please. I got a lot of things going on, Homicide is still out of action, I gotta go visit him, I gotta do a lot of things, you understand? I got a lot of things to deal with on a personal level, so just give me a second, let me gather my thoughts. Thank you, brother, I appreciate you.
I’m trying my best, brother, but here we go, here’s the thing. James Storm, me and him have a long history, again we can’t mention other company’s names, but we have a long history together. Eli Drake, same thing, we have a big history together at other certain companies, we know each other. Look, there’s not a lot of trust in this wrestling business because there’s a lot of snakes, a lot of scumbags, but when you find guys that know how to fight, and who just want to fight, you go and get them. You’re looking at two men who just want to fight. The hold the most prestigious tag team titles in this profession today.
There’s no doubt about it, there is no argument about it, you don’t have to tweet me or whatever you do on social media, it is a fact, it is proven. So, if I need two fighters to beat up guys from Ring Honor, sorry, I don’t even want to mention their names, I apologize. I don’t want to mention that company’s name, I don’t want to say anything about it because I may ruin the relationship. But anyway, I wanted these two men because they’re fighters, to take out The Bouncers, and that’s what they did. Now, I need to refocus on Pope. So please, David, talk to these two men, the world tag team champions.
David Marquez: Okay Cowboy, go ahead.
James Storm: You see, Dave, it’s very simple, we like to come out here and we like to have a great time. We like to make people laugh, we like to make sure that people enjoy themselves when they leave an NWA show, and that’s exactly what these guys get when they come to an NWA Show. But let me tell you something very simple, we can sit here and we can make people laugh all day and we can beat people’s asses. You see, I have been doing this shit for 22 years, I’m a grown man, this is a grown man, and this right here is a grown man. We love what we do, we love professional wrestling, we love entertaining people all over the world. So guys, don’t get our jokes confused, because we’re gonna be laughing here and we’re gonna be laughing after we stomp a mud hole directly in your asshole.
Eli Drake: Let me talk to you. You’re hearing two impassioned guys standing here, and let’s not get lost in the sauce here, you see what’s sitting right over there, don’t you? There’s a Crockett Cup sitting over there, and you know that the next pay-per-view here in the NWA is for the Crockett Cup, is it not? Yes, it is. I’m sorry, what’s that? Yeah! Yeah! So, now you got to look at something right now. This guy, dealing with his own issues with The Pope, he brings in The Bouncers, okay.
Now, where did they come from, Ring of Honor? I don’t have a problem with it, I’ll say that name all day long, Ring Of Honor, Ring Of Honor, Ring Of Honor, Ring Of Honor. Here’s the bottom line, Bouncers, came in, got their asses bounced right back to Ring of Honor, YEAH! Crockett Cup, the way I look at it, you can bring in anybody you want because then, you look here, you got James Storm watching our back, you gotta look at something, man. We ain’t the same guy, here’s a guy who likes to drink beer, he likes to have a good time, hell man, I don’t do any of that.
This guy, he’s a guy that’s legit from the streets. Now, you might look at me and think, oh, man, this guy, he’s a little pretty boy, but I got to tell you, I’m the only other guy getting called pretty boy, and I’m a man like he said, I will fight, YEAH! And that’s the reason why we hold these. So I put it out to you right now, Crockett Cup, anybody from any company on earth, any space-time continuum, any universe, any world, any company, I said come on down, get your ticket punched by me and James Storm, any day of the week, and we could all tell you what we tell everybody, sorry about your damn luck.
James Storm: YEAH!
Fifth Match: Strictly Business vs. The Villain Enterprises
Nick Aldis is playing mind games with Marty Scurll. Thomas Latimer and Brody King will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. King backs Latimer into the turnbuckles. The referee calls for a clean break. Latimer avoids the knife edge chop. Latimer applies a side headlock. Latimer runs into King. Latimer tells King to bring it. Latimer drops down on the canvas. Latimer leapfrogs over King. Latime dropkicks King. King answers with a shoulder tackle. Latimer with a forearm smash. King drops Latimer with a double hand chop. King with a forearm smash. King blasts Latimer with a knife edge chop. Latimer reverses out of the irish whip from King. Aldis kicks King in the back. Latimer knocks Aldis off the ring apron. Latimer is throwing haymakers at King. King reverses out of the irish whip from Latimer. Scurll kicks Latimer in the back. Scurll dodges a punch from Latimer. King delivers another shoulder tackle. King tags in Scurll. Scurll with a knife edge chop. The referee admonishes Villain Enterprises.
Scurll is channeling his inner Eddie Guerrero by pretending that Aldis kicked him in the back. Scurll with a drop toe hold. Scurll tags in King. Double Irish Whip. Double Elbow Knockdown. Assisted Frog Splash for a two count. King with a straight right hand. King with a blistering chop. King tags in Scurll. Scurll taunts Aldis. The referee is trying to calm down Aldis. Scurll drives Latimer shoulder first into the canvas. Latimer regroups on the outside. Scurll SuperKicks Latimer from the ring apron. Aldis dumps Scurll out of the ring. King is livid. Latimer sends Scurll face first into the steel ring post. Latimer with rapid fire haymakers. Latimer rolls Scurll back into the ring. Latimer applies a front face lock. Latimer tags in Aldis. Aldis delivers a gut punch. Aldis with a straight right hand. Aldis talks smack to Scurll. Strictly Business are using the referee to their advantage.
Aldis tags in Latimer. Double Irish Whip. Latimer with an Inverted Atomic Drop. Aldis follows that with a Running Boot. Latimer with a Running Elbow Drop for a two count. Latimer applies a rear chin lock. Latimer drives his knee into the midsection of Scurll. Scurll creates distance with a Vertical Suplex. Aldis and King are tagged in. King with forearm shivers. King with two running clotheslines. King whips Aldis into Latimer. King levels Strictly Business with a Double Body Avalanche. Villain Enterprise with an Apron Enzuigiri/Corner Clothesline Combination. Sunset Flip/German Suplex Combination. Aldis kicks King in the gut. King with a short-arm lariat.
King drills Alids with The PileDriver for a two count. Latimer drives King shoulder first into the steel ring post. Scurll unloads two knife edge chops. Scurll sends Latimer tumbling to the floor. Scurll ducks a clothesline from Aldis. Scurll thrust kicks the left knee of Aldis. Scurll plays to the crowd. Scurll is distracted by Kamille. Scurll kicks the umbrella out of Alids hands. Aldis begs for mercy. Scurll hits Royce Isaacs with the umbrella. Latimer with a running forearm smash. Scurll ducks a clothesline from Latimer. Scurll lands The Suicide Dive. King drops Latimer with a Running Lariat. King goes for The Razor’s Edge, but Latimer blocks it. Latimer delivers the low blow behind the referee’s back. Aldis connects with The Flying Elbow Drop to pickup the victory.
Winner: Strictly Business via Pinfall
— NWA (@nwa) May 12, 2020
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