Chris Adonis def. Dak Draper and Damage in a Three-Way Match
Without anything on the line, I don't know why anyone would care about this match or who won. Adonis seemed to still be involved with Tyrus and the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship coming out of the Crockett Cup, but they lost the tag team tournament and that was it, apparently. At any rate, this was a fine match with these three, but it was over within minutes and felt like total throwaway.
Judais def. Gaagz the Gymp
Are the current and former members of The Miserably Faithful still feuding with each other? Ugh. Gymp is terrible and Judais isn't much better. Judais spent a majority of the match on offense, so at least it wasn't competitive. Sal the Pal ended up throwing in the towel for Gymp and that's how it ended. Maybe the live crowds are enjoying it, but I genuinely do not know who this stuff is supposed to appeal to. It's awful.
Joe Alonzo and Fodder def. Robert Anthony and Eric Jackson
Similar to the first two matches on this show, maybe I missed something, but I don't believe there was any explanation for why these teams were, well, teaming. Alonzo and Fodder are as random of a duo as Anthony and Jackson are, but Anthony isn't an NWA regular like the other three are, so Alonzo and Fodder winning made sense. This was well wrestled and all, but unless Alonzo and Fodder will be partners going forward, this seemed pointless.
NWA Women's Television Champion Kenzie Paige vs. Angelina Love Ended in a Time-Limit Draw
Regardless of whether it's with the women or the men, these Television title matches all follow the same formula and it isn't exciting. I appreciate their effort to do as much as possible in roughly six minutes, but it's mostly stalling and the champ ultimately lets the clock run out so they don't lose. Perhaps they see it as an old-school approach, but it happens so often that it's difficult to care. Love's matches aren't always the best, and this had an odd heel vs. heel dynamic, but it was decent enough.
Thrillbilly Silas Mason def. Koa Laxamana
We've seen Laxamana on NWA programming maybe once before, so I'm not sure why his open challenge was saved for the end of the show. He got called out NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Kerry Morton but got Mason instead because Mason and The Mortons are officially going by The Southern Six as a faction now. This was essentially a squash for Mason as it should have been and gave him another momentum-building win.
I know both nights of NWA 75 isn't until the end of the month, but with it marking the promotion's 75th anniversary, you'd think there'd be a bigger push to make it a more special show, but nope. We know very little about the card as of now other than Tyrus vs. EC3 for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship, which sounds abysmal. This was a waste of a show as it accomplished very little and largely featured meaningless matches. That isn't to say Powerrr is typically must-see programming, but this was definitely one of the weaker episodes in recent memory.