AR Fox and Top Flight def. The Wingmen ("Pretty" Peter Avalon, Ryan Nemeth and Cezar Bononi)
We've seen them team up before (and it's clear they're in line for a shot at the AEW World Trios Championship based on Top Flight's recent Dynamite win over The Young Bucks), but this match served as another example of the strong chemistry Fox and Top Flight have together. They're a super fun trio and compliment each other nicely. Of course, The Wingmen do nothing for me, but to give credit where it's due, they played their roles well here and it was an enjoyable opener.
Odinson def. Bully Ray in a Tables Match
It was weird seeing Bully Ray work as a babyface considering he's been the ultimate heel in IMPACT as of late. We also haven't seen Bully in the NWA in a few months if I'm not mistaken, but he was a good get for the NWA's first live Powerrr. He and Odinson had a perfectly solid match, but despite Bully desperately wanting to put Odinson through a table, it was not a Tables match and thus he was disqualified for doing so. Needless to say, this sets up a rematch between the two.
Red Velvet def. Billie Starkz
Velvet will challenge Jade Cargill for the AEW TBS Championship this Wednesday on Dynamite, so this was designed to give her a win before then. I actually liked how it was a competitive contest with Starkz scoring as much offense as she did. This was easily the most impressive performance she's had in AEW to date and I'm looking forward to seeing more from her. The crowd was behind her by the end.
Dante Chen def. Kale Dixon
Chen doesn't win many matches these days, but him beating newcomer Kale Dixon was a safe bet. I know nothing about Dixon, but he has a decent look and I thought he fared well for himself here. Granted, Chen was on offense for a majority of the match, but that was probably for the better. Having him work with someone who can go like Chen is definitely a smart choice. This was fine for what it was.