The Fixers Interrupted Bobby Fulton
I can't believe this Fulton's feud with The Fixers is still going on. God bless Fulton for still going out there and cutting promos to the best of his ability, but this storyline with The Fixers stealing the deactivated NWA United States Tag Team Championship belts ran its course a while ago. Maybe there's an endgame, but I just can't bring myself to care at this point. This was more of the same, but at least The Fixers got good heat for confronting Fulton.
Alex Taylor def. Victor Iniestra and Rhett Titus in a Three-Way Match
The NWA does these multi-man matches often where it's random assortment of wrestlers and nothing of significance is on the line. I guess they're supposed to serve as showcases for the talent involved, but more of a proper introduction for Iniestra would have worked better. Then again, he ended up taking the pinfall loss and we may not see him again after this, so that was probably why. This was a decent match. Taylor winning instead of Titus was interesting, so we'll see if it amounts to anything.
NWA United Tag Team Champions The Country Gentlemen def. Billy Tipton and Garrisaon Creed (Non-Title)
This was a quick showcase for Country Gentlemen than it was an actual competitive match. It didn't overstay its welcome and was what it needed to be. The SVGS laid out Country Gentlemen afterward, so clearly their feud isn't over despite SVGS failing to beat Country Gentlemen for the NWA United States Tag Team Championship at NWA 12. I honestly have no issue with that as it at least gives Country Gentlemen a real rivalry.
Max The Impaler def. Samantha Starr
Father James Mitchell spoke earlier in the episode about how he felt Max was screwed out the NWA Women's Television Championship at NWA 312, so this was her way of venting her frustration. Starr scored some offense, but Max dominated a majority of the match as she should have and won in a matter of minutes. I'm all for Max continuing to chase the TV title, though I'm not sure who fans are supposed to cheer for if both Max and Paige are heels.
For the record, this past week's edition of Powerrr featured nothing but replay matches from NWA 312, so this show featured the first fresh content since the pay-per-view. I appreciated that it wasn't a total throwaway episode and that there was some fallout from NWA 312 including what's next for several people. I wish the stuff with The Fixers and Fulton would end and the three-way match had no storyline standpoint, but by NWA USA standards, this was a perfectly adequate show.