Mims def. Jordan Clearwater, Chris Adonis and "Bulletproof" Blake Troop in an NWA Television Championship Four-Way Qualifier
The best part about this match is that any one of the four could have realistically won. Okay, maybe not Troop, but the other three were real contenders. I actually thought Adonis would win coming off his promo two weeks ago, but I can't complain about Mims going over instead. It was a fun four-way while it lasted, but it felt a tad rushed and ended before it could get going. I believe this means Mims will face Zicky Dice for the vacant NWA Television Championship. I assume that happens at Samhain, but I'm not sure if that's been made official yet.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Knox and Murdoch
Knox and Murdoch showed great intensity while addressing Blunt Force Trauma and hyping up their opportunity at the NWA World Tag Team Championship. Surprisingly, their feud has been well executed since NWA 75 as it's played out consistently on the show and we've heard from both teams (or at least Aron Stevens on behalf of Blunt Force Trauma). I can appreciation that it's the most direction the tag titles have gotten in ages.
Kamille def. Madi
Will Kamille be relegated to spinning her wheels now that she's lost the NWA World Women's Championship after two years, or will she attempt to regain the gold? Time will tell (though personally I'd like to see her move on to a bigger company), but I thought this was a good match to keep her busy with. It was competitive and Madi was made to look credible in defeat. Madi attended the recent WWE tryout, so we'll see if WWE ends up signing her.
NWA United States Tag Team Champions Daisy Kill and Talos def. The Brothers of Funstruction
Kill and Talos just became champions at NWA 75, so it would have been silly for them to lose the belts so soon, especially to Brothers of Funstruction. I'm no fan of the clown duo, but to their credit, this was a perfectly decent match. La Rebelion cost Brothers of Funstruction and brawled with them afterward (including Vampiro and Violent J), so as expected, that feud will continue and likely culminate in one more match at the next pay-per-view.
NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion EC3 def. Jay Bradley
EC3's next title defense against Thom Latimer has already been confirmed for Samhain, so it's not like the championship was in any real jeopardy, especially against Bradley. This was okay, but certainly not world title material. If nothing else, it was nice to see the belt defended on an average Powerrr for a change (it felt like Tyrus' defenses were far and few between), even if it was weird that it didn't go on last. The tag title match felt bigger, but in that case, this didn't need to be for the title.
NWA World Tag Team Champions Blunt Force Trauma def. Knox and Murdoch by Disqualification
This wasn't much different than their NWA 75 encounter, though that isn't necessarily a bad thing. It wasn't an instant classic by any means, but I can't say it was awful, either. Blunt Force Trauma are fairly limited with what they can do, but Knox and Murdoch carried them to a solid main event. Knox and Murdoch were disqualified after the referee saw Knox with a chair in his hand even though Blunt Force Trauma were the ones that used it. Doesn't the referee have to see the person use it in order to disqualify them? That was a bit lame, but I guess this means we're getting another rematch at Samhain.
This was an eventful, wrestling-heavy show with three title matches. None of the championships changed hands, mind you, but I didn't expect them to since we're still fresh off NWA 75 and the next event is about a month. Funnily enough, I though the women's match was the best of the show despite not having any stakes. By Powerrr standards, this was an above-average episode and the quick runtime at only 42 minutes helped as well.