Kratos def. Magic Jake Dumas and Jordan Clearwater in a Three-Way Match
What a random three-way match. I have no idea what purpose this was supposed to serve other than to give the winner a momentum boost. I would have been fine with any of these three winning, but I hope Kratos can capitalize off this victory and start building toward something significant. This was a well-worked match, though it was difficult to care without anything actually being at stake.
Magnum Muscle vs. Blunt Force Trauma Ended in a No Contest
Magnum Muscle is the new team name for Dak Draper and Mims. Their Champions Series title shot was on the line. Blunt Force Trauma have hardly been impressive so far, so I'm glad they didn't go over (their last title match with La Rebelion at Nuff Said was a stinker). This was decent while it lasted, but the non-finish was lame. I understand they want to protect Blunt Force Trauma, but Magnum Muscle should have won to give them a credibility boost.
Joe Alonzo def. Alex Taylor in an NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship No. 1 Contender's Match
With Jamie Stanley as his manager, Alonzo has gradually been building momentum, so I liked that he won this match to advance to 312 where he'll challenge Kerry Morton for the Junior Heavyweight title. This was a well-wrestled match with the right result. I believe ILL Begotten is no more per the stipulation, but I could be wrong as it wasn't completely clear. If that's true, then I can't say I'm sad considering they were always an enhancement group.
BLK Jeez and EC3 def. NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Tyrus and Eric Jackson
I must have missed the part where Tyrus and Jeez were no longer associates. I know Jeez and EC3 formed a partnership not too long ago, but I don't think we've seen Jeez and Tyrus interact at all since then. Apparently it's part of Tyrus' babyface turn. Idolmania Sports Management sucked, so if if they're gone their separate ways, then that'd be wonderful. I have no clue why Jackson teamed with Tyrus seeing as how he's been nothing but a jobber in the NWA up to this point. This was passable, but I don't know what it was supposed to accomplish since Tyrus' 312 opponent, Chris Adonis, wasn't involved.
The build to 312 has been bizarre and most days I forget there's a pay-per-view coming up. This was a weak effort on the whole with none of the four matches landing. Alonzo vs. Taylor made sense, but it wasn't a barn burner by any means, so this was a pretty throwaway show, especially with such an inconsequential main event. Tyrus has added nothing to Powerrr as the top champion and it's not as if there have been any other exciting storylines ahead of the event. It's painfully apparent on paper how much of a thrown-together show it is.