NWA Women's Television Champion Kenzie Paige def. Sierra
Sierra is an impressive prospect we've seen in action on NWA programming before. I don't know if she'll be a regular for the NWA going forward, but she's made the most of her appearances. Unlike what we've seen with the men's Television title, they made smart use of the time limit here and had a nice little sprint. Paige comes into her own as a singles star more and more every time she competes and therefore should have a quality reign as champ.
Kratos and Odinson def. Cyon and Jordan Clearwater
Both of these teams will be competing in the Crockett Cup, so this was designed to serve as a preview of that. Are Cyon and Clearwater still technically members of Idolmania Sports Management? Does the group even exist anymore? The group was always awful, so hopefully it is indeed over. This was a well-worked match with Kratos and Odinson showing good chemistry as partners. They may be the early favorites to win the entire tournament.
Alex Taylor def. Koa Laxamana and Fodder in a Three-Way Match
I know nothing about Laxamana other than what the commentators told us, which is that he's a Chicago native and thus the live crowd had a reason to care about him. He did well, as did Taylor and Fodder, making for a well-wrestled three-way. It was never said that a title shot was on the line, so this didn't seem to serve a purpose other than acting as a showcase for those involved. Taylor already unsuccessfully challenged Kerry for the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship, but maybe this is building to him getting another opportunity.
Pretty Empowered (Ella Envy and Roxy) def. Labrava Escobar and La Rosa Negra
There really was no reason why this headlined the show considering there aren't any established issues between the teams and there was nothing at stake, but I can't complain too much about the women being spotlight. It was a solid match and Nega had a chance to shine per usual. Pretty Empowered winning makes sense if they're going back after the NWA World Women's Tag Team Championship soon.
It was weird how we got the two matches of some importance first and then two random matches in the second half of the show. The wrestling was better than your average edition of Powerrr, so it turned out to be a serviceable show. There aren't any interesting storylines at the moment, but I'm aware that their focus is fully on the Crockett Cup itself and attempting to make it feel as important as possible.