Damage def. Jax Dane by Count-Out
I have no idea why this match happened and I don't think a reason was provided. I believe Blunt Force Trauma are headed back after the NWA World Tag Team Championship, so why would Damage waste time with Dane? This was pointless and not very good, either. Damage won by count-out, so he didn't gain much from this, anyway. If nothing else, Dane was protected in defeat, but he could've eaten the loss and it wouldn't have mattered.
Knox and Murdoch def. Russ Jones and Schaff
Knox and Murdoch have barely been featured since winning the Crockett Cup last month. They had some momentum stemming from that tournament win, which would have automatically made them the number one contenders to the NWA World Tag Team Championship, but they've definitely cooled off a bit. They're likely still headed for a title shot and hopefully it happens at NWA 75. This was a fine way to get heat them up again, but it could've been slightly shorter.
Blake Troop def. Mims
The booking of Mims continues to be baffling. He gets good crowd reactions and will get mic time like he did backstage before this bout, but it always amounts to nothing. This was decent, but I'm not sure what purpose it was supposed to serve. Perhaps Troop is transitioning into singles competition after teaming with Dane for several months. Mims would be a nice fit as the new NWA Television Championship, but it doesn't look too likely.
Jordan Clearwater and Odinson def. NWA United States Tag Team Champions The Country Gentlemen (Non-Title)
Clearwater and Odinson are such a random pairing. Did I miss something? I don't completely hate the idea of them becoming a team because they had fine chemistry here, but an explanation as to why they've joined forces would have been appreciated. This was solid. I was surprised by the outcome because it isn't often that champions in the NWA lose non-title matches to set up future championship matches, but I guess we'll get the rematch at NWA 75 with the tag titles on the line.
NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Kerry Morton def. Matt Vine
Vine has had a handful of matches on NWA programming, but obviously, he did nothing to earn a title opportunity, nor did viewers have any reason to believe he had the slightest chance of winning the title. As I've said before, Morton is finding his footing as a heel, but this wasn't anything special about this match other than the championship being on the line. Thus, it shouldn't have closed the show.
This was shorter than your average edition of Powerrr and featured more matches, too. That didn't make for a better show, however, as this was a fairly tame show on the whole. We got a title defense in the main event, but there was no chance of the championship changing hands. Everything else was adequate but didn't do much to build toward or generate interest in next month's two-night NWA 75 pay-per-view event.