Magic Jake Dumas def. Eric Jackson
I'm pretty sure Dumas has won every match he's had yet in the NWA, so it's clear they're intent on pushing him. I'm all for fresh faces on the show and he has an interesting act, so I'm not opposed to him being built up. Granted, he's only faced enhancement talent so far and will eventually need to face more notable names, but at least he's been kept undefeated so far and this was another solid showing from him.
Nick Aldis def. Ariya Daivari
Daivari called out Aldis following his win on last week's show and mentioned out Aldis was close with his brother Shawn at one point. It's well documented that I've never been an Ariya Daivari fan (to the point where he actually blocked me on Twitter despite never tweeting at him once which is hilarious), but to his credit, he held his own in this one and they had a quality main event. Aldis even kicked out of Daivari's magic carpet finisher at one point. I'd like to see someone on Aldis' level (if not Aldis himself) appear on this program more often to give it some star power.
We also got a segment at the podium in the middle of the show with the Mortons exchanging words with Colby Corino. The featured matches received more time this week and both were well worked. Dumas vs. Jackson served to further Dumas' momentum and Aldis vs. Daivari was one of the better bouts I've seen on this show to date, and that's coming from someone who usually couldn't care less about Daivari. This was a slightly-above-average edition of NWA USA.