The Fixers (Wrecking Ball Legursky, Jay Bradley and Matt Vine) def. The Spectaculars (Rush Freeman, Rolando Freeman and Brady Pierce)
Did I miss the part where Vine was made an official member of The Fixers? Vine's had a handful of matches on NWA programming, but I can't recall a single match he's won, at least until a now. A segment explaining why he's joined The Fixers would've helped. Meanwhile, Rolando has lost a lot of steam over the last year with his wins over Matt Cardona amounting to nothing. The outcome here hardly mattered, but the match itself was decent for what it was.
The Outrunners def. Eric Jackson and Fodder
I believe The Outrunners took part in the Crockett Cup and have occasionally competed in AEW and recently Ring of Honor. They're a fine throwback team but feel like they belong at the enhancement level. Then again, NWA has so few actual teams at this point that they might be a good fit for their tag team division. That's why I didn't have an issue with them going over here, especially since Jackson and Fodder are such a random duo. This was passable yet pointless.
Daisy Kill def. Robert Anthony and Jeremiah Plunket in a Three-Way Match
This whole thing was weird. Kill started the segment doing his usual singing shtick and called out "the king of the indies" (a.k.a. Matt Cardona) but got Plunkett instead. Apparently Kill was referring to Robert Anthony, who I would certainly not consider the king of the indies. That led to an impromptu three-way match featuring interference from Talos, Judais and Gaagz the Gymp. Assuming this had nothing to do with NWA 75, it was a waste of time.
Samantha Starr def. Ruthie Jay
If either of these women are going to be involved in NWA 75, it's not going to be anything important, so I don't think this match made sense for this show. Both are improving and they had a competent contest, but without anything at stake or a reason for viewers to root for one woman over the other, this just seemed to exist and nothing more. Jay's sell of Starr's DDT finisher was quite cool, though.
Knox and Murdoch def. NWA Television Champion Thom Latimer and Chris Adonis in a 2-Out-of-3 Falls Match
I knew this wasn't going to end well when it started with less than 10 minutes left in the show despite it having a two-out-of-three falls stipulation. Needless to say, this definitely did not need the stipulation. It was less about the match itself (which was solid) and more about Adonis turning on Latimer and costing their team the win. I don't remember them ever feuding post-Strictly Business, so it's a logical feud to do over the NWA Television Championship. I'm not sure why this couldn't have happened a few weeks ago as opposed to right before the pay-per-view.
The build to most NWA pay-per-views isn't great, but it's honestly amazing that they've managed to make the two-night 75th anniversary event this weekend mean as little as possible. Tyrus vs. EC3 for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship was announced as the main event weeks ago and there's barely been any mention of it on Powerrr since, and it's not like the rest of the card has received much hype, either. Only the ending of this episode was somewhat significant, and as of now, Latimer vs. Adonis has not been added to either night. They would have been better off not even airing a show this week because this was completely inconsequential.