La Rosa Negra and NWA World Women's Tag Team Champions Missa Kate and Madi def. Ruthie Jay and The Renegade Twins
I thought we saw the last of Renegade Twins following their loss of the NWA World Women's Tag Team Championship (they've been appearing in AEW more regularly since then and I just assume they've signed some sort of a deal), but this may have been their real swan song. Negra, Kate and Madi are riding high right now, so them winning was the right result. This was a solid match with everyone playing their roles well.
Natalia Markova def. Labrava Escobar
Markova is/was the perfect person to win the NWA Women's Television Championship Tournament and become the inaugural champ. I don't know if that can still happen (I haven't been following the bracket too closely), but she really should be doing more than spinning her wheels right now. This served as a showcase for her and it was a decent match. At the very least, she's winning matches, so there's that.
The Fixers def. Porter and VHS
The Fixers are still in possession of the decommissioned NWA United States Tag Team Championship, so no, they are not champions. This was a total squash for The Fixers as they made quick work of Porter and VHS and won decisively. With Billy Corgan taking the belts back afterward, it will be interesting to see if they attempt to steal them again or if that angle is officially over. I wouldn't mind a rematch between them and The Country Gentlemen seeing as how they work well together.
By NWA USA standards, this was a serviceable show. It was a step above some of the shows we've gotten in recent weeks that were total throwaway, though there wasn't much worth going out of your way to watch if you're a regular NWA viewer. The in-ring action was average on the whole and the right people went over in each match, not to mention there was some build for NWA 312 with the backstage promos, so I have no complaints.