Blunt Force Trauma def. David Powers and Eddie Vero
Blunt Force Trauma are the two dudes who were pretending to be The Question Mark coming out of Hard Times 3, so on the bright side, it doesn't look like they're going by those names anymore. Instead, they're a pair of masked dudes managed by Aron Stevens, which is more bearable. They completely killed their opponents here and went over in dominant fashion. Their team may have potential if they're presented as actual threats.
KiLynn King def. Samantha Starr
Starr is the real-life daughter of women's wrestling legend Baby Doll, who mentioned in a pre-match promo she'll have an announcement to make soon. Starr had a decent showing but didn't do anything that stood out in a major way. King is a good person for her to be working with, though. This was a perfectly passable match that gave King a win as she presumably continues to chase the NWA World Women's Championship.
The Spectaculars (Brady Pierce and Rush Freeman) def. The Cardonas (Matt Cardona and Mike Knox) by Disqualification
Rolando Freeman earned an immediate match with Cardona as a result of The Spectaculars' victory here. The Spectaculars do nothing for me, personally, but I can recognize they're over with a portion of the NWA audience, not to mention The Cardonas are an excellent foil for them. This was a decent match, and although the non-finish wasn't ideal, it did set up the subsequent match without Cardona or Knox getting pinned.
Matt Cardona def. Rolando Freeman
Freeman owns two upset victories over Cardona from a few months ago. The crowd really wanted Freeman to beat him for a third time here, especially since Cardona's title shot was on the line (since when did Cardona have a title shot?). Again, I haven't been the biggest fan of this rivalry, but both men played their roles well here and they had a fun main event. Cardona finally beating Freeman was the correct outcome.
NWA getting out of its usual setting for these past few weeks has added to my enjoyment of the episodes. They aren't must-see by any means, but the shows have been well structured with most stuff serving a purpose. Blunt Force Trauma picked up their first win as a team, King got back on track by beating Starr, and Cardona and Freeman (seemingly) finished off their feud in the main event. All in all, this was a competent edition of Powerrr.