VSK def. Alex Taylor
I'm all for VSK's recent pairing with Matt Cardona because hopefully he can get more exposure as well as character development out of it. So far, he's only been a good hand in the ring but not much more beyond that. As just another member of The Ill Begotten, Taylor is in a similar spot. This was a quality contest and VSK winning was the right call. NWA USA is the perfect place for Taylor to hone his skills.
Angelina Love def. Riley
I haven't seen Love in action anywhere since Ring of Honor closed its doors under the previous regime at Final Battle in December, and I'm not complaining. Her matches in ROH were not very good at all, so I'm not overly enthusiastic about the idea of her joining the NWA's women's division if that's the plan. Despite that, this was short and sweet with Love winning decisively. In other words, it was exactly what it should have been.
Rush Freeman def. Garrisaon Creed
Freeman is just as generic as Taylor is and we haven't seen too much of Creed on NWA programming up to this point, so I can't say I cared too much about this main event. That said, it was well wrestled and didn't overstay its welcome. There wasn't anything technically wrong with this and the crowd was into it, but I can't say it was a particularly thrilling way to cap off the episode, especially since I don't imagine Freeman is being built up for anything.
As a PowerrrSurge edition of NWA USA, this show had a slightly different format than usual. There were three matches compared to the typical two with no promos in between. Instead, we heard from The Fixers since they were the hosts of the episode. The opening and closing matches were solid, but there certainly wasn't anything worth going out of your way to see. It was a throwaway show, though The Fixers were fun whenever they were featured.