Taya Valkyrie def. Chelsea Green, KiLynn King and Jennacide in an NWA World Women's Championship No. 1 Contender's Four-Way Match
Aside from Jennacide, these are some of the better workers in the women's division. They had a pretty good match where everyone had their chance to shine, even though they weren't given a ton of time on the whole. Valkyrie winning is interesting because she just failed to win the title from Kamille on Night 1 of NWA 74. However, it was entertaining enough that I have no issue with them running it back, and honestly, I'd have Valkyrie be the one to ultimately dethrone her as champ.
EC3 def. Deonte Marshall
It looks like EC3 is here to stay in the NWA after all following his matches at both nights of NWA 74 and he's continuing his feud with Thom Latimer. God bless him using the NWA as a platform to promote Control Your Narrative, but he has to know the NWA has little to no buzz, either, right? I mean, they just lost Braun Strowman and Karrion Kross. What star power do they have left beyond EC3? This was a glorified squash. EC3 addressed Latimer in a post-match promo, but I can't get into the whole CYN stuff. It just feels like a lot about nothing.
NWA Women's World Champion Kamille vs. Allysin Kay Ended in a Time-Limit Draw
Have these two never faced off before? They've both been in the NWA for so long that I'd be surprised if they hadn't prior to now. Kamille is coming off two successful title defenses at NWA 74, so I didn't think her title was in much jeopardy here. Despite that, she and Kay had a quality contest, largely due to Kay being as talented as she is. I was originally surprised this didn't go on last, but it made sense with the non-finish that will hopefully set up a rematch.
Flip Gordon def. Doug Williams
Williams is going to have to go at it alone for now with his partner Davey Boy Smith Jr. out injured for the time being and I'm not sure what the timetable for his return is. However, I'm not complaining because Williams is awesome and can work well with just about anyone. This was an interesting clash of styles and an enjoyable, competitive main event. Nick Aldis was cheering on Williams from ringside and brawled with Odinson afterward.
William Patrick Corgan also cut a brief promo about his thoughts on NWA 74, but I didn't bother doing a write-up on it because it was pretty pointless. Otherwise, this was a straightforward and solid show where all four matches served a purpose. EC3 picked up a win and furthered his feud with Latimer via his post-match promo, Valkyrie earned the next shot, Kamille and Kay had great chemistry, and the main event was very well wrestled. The question is whether the NWA can continue producing Powerrr shows of this quality going forward.