NWA Powerrr Results 1/28/20

NWA Powerrr Results 1/28/20

NWA Powerrr Results 1/28/20
The GPB Studios
Atlanta, Georgia

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Transcription by Josh Lopez 

Sean Mooney Interviews Nick Aldis

Sean Mooney: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion, Nick Aldis. Nick, i’ve got to congratulate you for retaining the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. Yea beat Flip Gordon, but there is still a lot of tension with Villain Enterprises and Marty Scurll.

Nick Aldis: Sean Mooney. First of all, it gives me great pleasure to say welcome to the program sir. A great addition to a fine institution. Now Sean, you’re an intelligent man. Seasoned professional. You don’t need me to tell you, I am not a man who boasts. I’m not a man who brags. Hey, I’m gonna need you (fans) to do two things for me. Return to your seated position, then listen. It means sit down and shut up. I deal exclusively in fact Sean. The fact is that, Flip Gordon, is one of the most formidable professional wrestlers in the world today, except when he’s in ther with the old national treasure.

Flip is just a flop. He’s just, Flop Gordon. But for Flop, don’t feel bad. You just learned firsthand the same thing that every member of Villain Enterprises is gonna find out one by one. The same thing that every wrestler back there knows deep down in their bones and the same thing that Marty Scurll knows deep in his bones. That’s why he don’t want none of this. You are looking at the greatest worlds champion of the modern era, don’t @ me.

Sean Mooney: Wait a minute, Nick. You said Marty Scurll wants no part of you? He was here at Hard Times, but you had him escorted from the building?

Nick Aldis: Mooney, don’t embarrass yourself on your first outing, okay. Don’t let these people corrupt you and spread a false narrative. Fake news. Yeah, you heard me. I had Marty escorted from the building for two reasons. Excuse me, please let me finish.

Number One: I needed to make sure that I maintain the integrity of the worlds championship. Because listen, if there’s one thing you all know about me, I don’t want a match to be mod by outside interference, shenanigans, tomfoolery, skulduggery or any or all the above.

Number Two: Like I told Marty to his face, from here on out, I call the shots. And hey look, it shouldn’t be too hard for everyone to understand because every wrestler here knows just like every referee, every broadcaster, every single member of our great crew here at GPB Studios knows who’s pulling the wagon. They know who’s keeping the lights on around here. Just call me, The Marathon Man, because I run this show.

Strictly Business. Speaking of Strictly Business, everybody does want to know, what’s going on with Nick Aldis and Marty Scurll? What’s the scoop on the inevitable showdown between The Villain and The National Treasure? Well, you won’t have to wait long to find out. I’ve arranged a private closed set meeting with Mr. Scurll. The cameras were rolling and I can confirm that sit-down meeting will air at the end of this very program. And let me just tell you, by the time that you’ve seen this sit-down, you will know why they don’t just call me, The National Treasure. They don’t just call me, The Real Worlds Champion. You will know why they call me, The Dealer.

First Match: Royce Isaacs w/May Valentine vs. Andre Guhn

Sal Rinauro joins the commentary team for this match. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Isaacs backs Guhn into the ropes. The referee calls for a clean break. Isaacs delivers a gut punch. Isaacs with a straight right hand. Isaacs blasts Guhn with a knife edge chop. Isaacs slams Guhn’s head on the top turnbuckle. Isaacs whips Guhn across the ring. Guhn dives over Isaacs. Isaacs denies the deep arm-drag. Guhn ducks a clothesline from Isaacs. Guhn leapfrogs over Isaacs. Isaacs dropkicks the left knee of Guhn. Isaacs hits The Money Clip for a two count. Isaacs and Guhn are trading back and forth shots. Isaacs with a running forearm smash across the back of Guhn.

Guhn applies a waist lock. Isaacs with two sharp elbow strikes. Isaacs goes for a PowerSlam, but Guhn lands back on his feet. Guhn side steps Isaacs into the turnbuckles. Guhn dropkicks Isaacs to the floor. Isaacs regroups on the outside. Isaacs talks smack to Rinauro. Valentine is trying to calm down Isaacs. Isaacs gets back in the ring at the count of six. Guhn with an inside cradle for a two count. Isaacs clotheslines Guhn. Isaacs transitions into a ground and pound attack. Isaacs connects with The Hush Money to pickup the victory.

Winner: Royce Isaacs via Pinfall 

Eddie Kingston & The Pope Video Package 

Kyle Davis Interviews Thunder Rosa & Melina 

Kyle Davis: Ladies and gentlemen, your brand new NWA Women’s Worlds Champion, Thunder Rosa. I did not realize that Marti Belle and Melina would be joining you for this. Thank you for joining us. Now Thunder Rosa, everybody would like to know, the new championship on your shoulder, big news everybody was involved emotionally and spiritually. You gotta be feeling something?

Melina: It’s awe inspiring. History was made and I set the wheels in motion for that to happen, all right? I proved yet again that, with my guidance, champions are made. Wait a minute, every time that they cheer for Rosa, I made that happen for her.

Kyle Davis: That’s fantastic, Melina. Thank you, but I think the audience would really like to hear from Thunder Rosa.

Melina: No, we taught Allysin Kay a lesson. We set an example of Allysin Kay. And you know what? Obviously that lesson was learned because that match between Allysin Kay and Thunder Rosa, that was the best thing I’ve ever seen.

Kyle Davis: Speaking of Allysin Kay, I think now would be a great time to announce this. She has actually got the NWA to give her, her rematch clause. Next week on NWA Powerrr, it will be Allysin Kay vs. Thunder Rosa for the NWA Women’s Worlds Championship.

Thunder Rosa: Melina, you definitely opened out a lot of those for me in this company. But it will be me, Thunder Rosa, who Kay will face in the ring, once more.

Kyle Davis: One that note, we talked about it before

Thunder Rosa: There’s one thing that I want to say and I want to make it very clear. If I have to fight AK a million times, I will win each and every single time. There’s absolutely no women on this roster or on this planet that can stop me.

Kyle Davis: I was there when you won the championship at Hard Times and you were obviously emotional. If you could just share with the fans, what it felt like to have that moment?

Thunder Rosa: It was the most unbelievable moment in my life and in my career. Having my face on this legendary belt, it’s incredible. We made history.

Melina: We’re gonna save this emo crap for another platform, let’s go.

David Marquez Interviews Ricky Starks & Zicky Dice 

David Marquez: Okay everyone, welcome back to NWA Powerrr. At this time, please welcome the new NWA Television Champion, this is Ricky Starks. Okay Ricky Starks, what does all of this mean to you?

Ricky Starks: Well Marquez, obviously last night was some real hard times, you know what i’m saying. Oh Ricky had to go through three of the toughest baddest dudes I’ve ever been in the ring with. And that’s from top to bottom, i’m talking about men and women, everybody tough and bad. Ain’t never seen like that before in my life, but you know being the new TV Champion, that means that I know that I’m gonna have to defend this practically every week and fill some shoes from previous legends such as Arn Anderson, Dusty Rhodes, Tully Blanchard, hell we could even go as far back as a National TV Title where he had Ernie Lad, Nick Bockwinkel, Terry Funk, Austin Idol, they all did it.

But let me tell you this, there’s a lot of people that are trying rewrite history and they ain’t got no pin, but baby Rick is your writer. And I write with small strokes, I write with broad strokes, it don’t matter. I’m not trying to rewrite history, all i’m saying is hey, we got to add a few more pages to that book. And that’s the goal. There’s no platform that I haven’t touched. We’re not just on TVs man. Actually, we’re on smartphones, we’re on smartwatches, we’re on smart TVs, we’re on tablets. Everywhere you look, you better see this pretty face.

David Marquez: All right, but we already know the schedule. You have more to say, i’m sorry.

Ricky Starks: You know, you can’t rush a champ baby, that’s not how it works here. But speaking of TV, I want to call out one person. Somebody that’s been stuck in the past I noticed last night and I said you know what? I can’t let this itch go for much longer, there’s one person who seems to not have his head wrapped in the current society. There’s one man I’m talking about, it’s Zicky Dice. So Zicky, I want you to stretch yourself out here like man to man and let’s talk for a bit. Let’s rap, you know what i’m saying?

David Marquez: Zicky, if you’re around watching, please come on out.

Zicky Dice: Wow, what a performance. Ladies and gentlemen, make some noise for your new television champion. I am impressed. You had to defeat not one, not two, but three men to become champion. That’s impressive, outlandish. You see, you will be looking at your new champion right now if it wasn’t for the office bringing in some mutant freak who doesn’t even work here. And by the way Dave Marquez, you and WPC will be hearing from my lawyer about that. But let’s get back to our champion. Looking a little busted, maybe a little broke daddy. Outlandish Zicky Dice sunglasses are $6,000. You see this feather ear ring cost $4,500. And let’s not talk about my fanny pack, Ricky Starks. You see my fanny pack cost $16,000. That is outlandish. Now keep this in mind, Ricky Starks. You have something that is Zicky Dices. In case you don’t know, Zicky Dice is television.

Ricky Starks: I’m gonna stop you right there because it seems to me that you have been perplexed by the whole thing, you probably got loopy yesterday and that’s okay. But let me tell you, from the top of my head, to the bottom of my feet, I’m dressed in gold. One of these dauntless is worth more than this whole crappy ass outfit, okay? Furthermore, it seems to me if you want to talk about expenses, it seems that your mouth has been writing checks that you’re behind can’t cash. So let’s get in this ring cause I’m all about action, alright?

Zicky Dice: You want to do this right now?

Ricky Starks: Ladies first, go ahead.

Zicky Dice: My pleasure.

Second Match: Ricky Starks (c) vs. Zicky Dice For The NWA Worlds Television Championship 

Dice flexes his muscles. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Dice applies The Full Nelson Lock. Dice with a deep arm-drag. Dice shakes his hips. Dice applies a side headlock. Dice drops Starks with a shoulder tackle. Dice continues to dance. Starks drops down on the canvas. Starks goes for the leapfrog, but Dice counters with an Inverted Atomic Drop. Dice with forearm shivers. Dice punches Starks in the back. Starks cartwheels out of the irish whip. Starks with two deep arm-drags. Starks dropkicks Dice. Starks plays to the crowd.

Dice with a forearm smash. Dice slams Starks head on the top turnbuckle pad. Starks swats Dice out of mid-air. Dice with a running clothesline. Dice is choking Starks with his boot. Dice repeatedly stomps on Starks chest. Dice applies The Bear Hug. Dice with a Bridging Northern Lights Suplex for a two count. Dice transitions into a ground and pound attack. Dice has complete control of the match. Dice slaps Starks in the chest. Dice HeadButts Starks. Dice follows that with a knife edge chop.

Dice drives his knee into the midsection of Starks. Starks reverses out of the irish whip from Dice. Starks hits The Sling Blade. Dice puts Starks on the top turnbuckle. Starks kicks Dice in the chest. Starks delivers a Missile Dropkick for a two count. Starks and Dice traded back and forth shots. Dice drops Starks with a knee lift. Starks negates The Snake Rattle and Roll. Starks with an Inverted Atomic Drop. Starks connects with The Stroke to pickup the victory.

Winner: Still NWA Worlds Television Champion, Ricky Starks via Pinfall 

Joe Galli Interviews Eli Drake, James Storm, Aron Stevens and The Question Mark? 

Joe Galli: Alright ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce to you our new NWA World Tag Team Champions, Eli Drake and James Storm.

Eli Drake: YEA! Let me talk to you.

Joe Galli: First off, let me ask you guys something right now that i’m sure a lot of people wanna know. Do you guys have a name for your tag team?

Eli Drake: Joe Galli, do you not understand that I just said let me talk to you? Not you, YEA! Because let me tell you something right here, name or not, we told you at Hard Times, James Storm told you at Hard Times, I told you at Hard Times, it don’t really matter what the name is. It’s James Storm. It’s Eli Drake. All you got to call us is the champs baby, YEA!

James Storm: And as everybody knows, we only have one thing to say to everybody else in the back. Sorry about your damn luck.

Joe Galli: Aron Stevens and The Question Mark weren’t scheduled to come out here. What are you guys doing out here?

Aron Stevens: What are we doing out here? Hello, everyone. Hello gentlemen, I don’t believe we met. I’m the NWA Third Degree National Champion. This is The Question Mark, master of karate.

The Question Mark: KARATE!

Aron Stevens: And I, after that display of valiance, of courage, of bravery and still your NWA Third Degree National Champion. Scott Steiner couldn’t get the job done, thank you.

Joe Galli: Wait a minute. You chickened out. You took off running and you left your sensei, your friend high and dry.

Aron Stevens: First of all, I did not take off running. I had to be somewhere right after that match. Shut up.

James Storm: You come out here, you look like that stupid cow from chick-fil-a, just not as athletic or rich, you know.

Aron Stevens: I’m a vegan.

James Storm: I got something for you. I’ve been drinking a little bit. What did Bruce Lee drink when he was thirsty? What did he eat when was hungry?

Aron Stevens: For the sake of humanity, I hope you’re sterile.

James Storm: Listen to this. Knock, knock.

Aron Stevens: Shut up. Who’s there?

James Storm: Impatient cow, moo, got him. Here’s one more thing. What does Ronda Rousey, Ohio Street and Green Bay Packers all have in common? I got it, they all lost on the final kick. I’m here all day.

Aron Stevens: Did you drive here by yourself?

Joe Galli: Quite the celebration.

Eli Drake: Hey Cowboy, I’m gonna need a drink for this.

James Storm: That’s some good sauce.

Eli Drake: Cowboy over here is a little lost in the sauce right now, but Joe Galli, can you do me a favor?

Joe Galli: I can try.

Eli Drake: No Joe, you don’t understand, can you do me a favor?

Joe Galli: Yes sir.

Eli Drake: You don’t understand, can you do me a favor, Joe Galli?

Joe Galli: Yes I can.

Eli Drake: Do you hear what they’re saying? Joe Galli, can you do me a favor?

James Storm Doing A Joe Galli Impression: Uh, YEA!

Eli Drake: Joe Galli, can you do me a favor?

Joe Galli: YEA!

Eli Drake: Joe Galli, there’s two guys standing next to you right now. There’s one jagaloon dressed in his pajamas. There’s another nitwit who just went shopping at the bondage racket hustler. And these two are out there talking about tag team gold, am I correct?

Joe Galli: They certainly are.

Eli Drake: Okay. Here’s what I need you to for me, Joe. Can you do me that favor?

Joe Galli: YEA!

Eli Drake: Can you do that favor for, ELI DRAKE ?

Joe Galli: YEA!

Eli Drake: I need you to pass them a massage. I need you to welcome them to the James Storm, to the Eli Drake Deli. Tell them to take a number. In fact, I’ve got one here for you. Give them this number. Tell them to take it. Tell them, eventually we’ll get to them. When it’s their time, it’s their ass. We’re gonna punch that ticket, YEA!.

James Storm: Mooo!

Aron Stevens: You see, besides that man’s obvious obsession with livestock. Now ladies and gentlemen, back to reality. I am the third degree national champion. I have the belt. I have the largest third degree black belt in the world. And the two of us are coming after your tag team belts. We are fixing to have a karate party and you two turkeys are the pinatas.

Aron Stevens & Trevor Murdoch Segment 

Joe Galli: Hold on. First of all, do you want (ticket) this?

Aron Stevens: That smells, get that away from me. Sanitize that.

Joe Galli: Trevor Murdoch, welcome out here.

Trevor Murdoch: Did everybody see what I did at Hard Times? Did everybody see that I went to hell and back? Now granted, I wasn’t the winner of that. The better man, Ricky Starks, he won that match. He deserves that adulation. He’s a fighting champion. NWA deserves a fighting champion. That’s why I have respect for Ricky Starks. I can’t quite say the same for you. It seems like every chance you get sunshine, you get to running.

Oh yeah, I’ve seen it. I seen it at The Hard Times PPV. You went to running. I’m out here tonight because I went to the NWA and I talked with them. I had a question. They gave me the answer I wanted, so I feel like I need to come out here and tell you what’s going on. Next week on Powerrr, you have a title defense. You got a match next week and you’re gonna have to defend your title.

Aron Stevens: Against who?

Trevor Murdoch: Against me.

The Question Mark drops Murdoch with The Mongrovian Spike to end the segment.

Nick Aldis & Marty Scurll Segment

Nick Aldis: Apologies for the wait. I asked you here today because I think it’s important that you understand, what it is you’ve done to me and the position that you’ve put me in with your actions. I’ve got to be honest with you. I try to be patient, I try to be a nice guy, I try to look the other way and turn the other cheek, but I get really pissed off with how in spite of the fact that, I do everything right. I take care of myself. I protect this house. I go above and beyond for this company. I go above and beyond for anybody who writes a check for me. I always look out for the boys. And yet, I’ve been saddled with some bullshit reputation that somehow i’m the problem, i’m difficult to deal with. And then here you come and we’ve been friends, more than friends since we were teenagers.

I had to deal with, all through the years of my career, there are people and you know who i’m talking about. They’re everywhere. Who play the nice guy and they play this benevolent good person, oh I do all this stuff for kids and I do this and I do that and I’m such a great representative. And then they are a shit head behind the scenes. And I thought, you know who’s different? Marty’s different. He ain’t like that. When you got that deal, when you started to get really red hot, nobody was a bigger cheerleader for you than me. Nobody was there for you more than me. Always on the end of the phone. Always with a helpful advice, even if it was just an encouraging word, just a little pep talk, a little pick me up here and there. Personal and professional. And then last year, you challenged me for the World Championship. The Worlds Championship. The entire thing that defines me as a professional wrestler at this point. I go, all right, okay. In spite of everything, he’s deserving of that. He’s deserving of an opportunity.

What better way for us to headline a PPV together. And we left it all out there, I mean we strained our friendship. We go through it all. I bled all over the place. I almost passed out from blood loss. But we made it through, I get my hand raised and we embrace like brothers and should have been the end of it. Off the back of that and all the other momentum that you built for yourself, I’m not taking any credit for that, but you know as well as I do that, the Crockett Cup 2019 was the final notch for you wasn’t it? To get you where you needed to be and you land this huge life changing deal. I don’t understand. We sit here, no i’m talking now, let me finish. I’ve got my thing and you’ve got yours. And then, you decide to come in here and now you want to take this too?

Marty Scurll: Nick, my deal doesn’t have anything to do with this. You say this belt defines you, then what defines me? Do you know how it is to my have whole entire career being, oh you should’ve been champion, you should’ve won at Madison Square Garden, you should’ve won at The Crockett Cup? I have to live with that every single day. Every meet and greet, every fan like me, oh you should’ve been champion. I have to live with that. I feel like a failure.

Nick Aldis: Oh cry me a river why don’t you go and put your silk pajamas on and go take a look at your bank account?

Marty Scurll: This has nothing to do with money, Nick. This is about the championship. You’ve been World Champion. I had to sit there when I was earning 30 pounds on the indies in England while you were the TNA Heavyweight Champion. You’ve been world champion all over the world. Now, you’re the NWA Worlds Champion. Do you know how many times I’ve been world champion? None. And maybe that defines me as a professional wrestler. 15 years, I’ve been at this.

Never once world champion and I was so close, so close to beating you at The Crockett Cup. All I keep thinking, was for like days and weeks and months afterwards, how amazing it would feel just to have that moment. If I could’ve pinned your shoulders for an extra second, that place would have erupted and that would have really been the defining moment of not just my career, but my whole entire life. I know that I can beat you Nick.

Nick Aldis: Okay great, let’s just give you everything you want then.

Marty Scurll: You don’t think the NWA wants this?

Nick Aldis: As long as you’re happy.

Marty Scurll: I didn’t think you were satisfied with your win over me at The Crockett Cup and I think deep down you know I can beat you.

Nick Aldis: I made you tap out. I know you can beat me?

Marty Scurll: Let’s put the belt on the line. Give me a chance. Give me another shot.

Nick Aldis: I already did. How many more do you want?

Marty Scurll: One more chance. This doesn’t need to get hostile, right. You know what? One last chance for me.

Nick Aldis: So what are you saying? The money goes to me?

Marty Scurll: I don’t care about the money. What I care about is the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. Take the money, just give me one more chance for the ten pounds of gold, that’s all I want. You know I’m not gonna leave you till we get this.

Nick Aldis: Here’s what we’re gonna do. I’m gonna dictate the terms. Let’s mark the one year anniversary of our last encounter. Let’s do it at The Crockett Cup, location to be determine by the way and anyone who’s out there, any cities, any arenas, stop bidding because we’re gonna make this happen. It’s very real. You and me, Worlds Championship, I dictate the terms. And one more thing, seeing is your big money Marty, Mr. Box Office, but of course you’re a big box office when you wrestle me.

Let’s give you something to lose, really because everyone knows that you’ve got the money, but what happens if you have to pay for your defeat? You have to pay for your greed and your ego. What i’m talking about is, if you don’t win and if I put you down one more time, you personally cut a check and you refund every single person in that buildings ticket, you give them back their money, money back guarantee, Mr. Big Money Marty. That’s the terms. How bad do you really want it?

Because you talk about how it’s not about the money, but we both know it kind of is and there’s nothing wrong that with, by the way. But it feels pretty damn good to be the Worlds Champion. But you know, what good is this if I can’t use it to get paid myself? We’re in the wrestling business. Ain’t show friends, is it? So that’s the terms. Money back guarantee. You think about it and if you feel like getting your hands on this, it’s really worth the personal risk of paying back all those people in that arena, then you know where to find me.

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