Damage def. Rush Freeman
Are we really headed for a Blunt Force Trauma vs. Spectaculars match? Ugh. Neither team does anything for me personally, so here's hoping this was just a one-off to give Damage a victory. The best thing I can say about this is that it was kept relatively short and sweet. He made quick work of Freeman and that was it. Unfortunately, the aforementioned tag team match is probably coming to keep Blunt Force Trauma rolling.
Kylie Page def. Sierra
Kylie seems to be much more inexperienced than her sister Kenzie, but she isn't awful from what I've seen of her work so far. She's wrestling fairly basic matches, and if the point is for her to get more reps and improve, than that's a positive. That was clearly the case here with Sierra scoring a fair amount of offense, but this was perfectly passable and gave Page a nice win she can hopefully build off of.
Magic Jake Dumas def. PJ Hawx and Mercurio in a Three-Way Match
This was more of a two-on-one Handicap match with Mercurio and Dumas working together to beat down Hawx as opposed to a true three-way. I completely forgot about the alliance between those two because it's been a while. Maybe it's leading somewhere, maybe it isn't, but I can't say I care either way. As a result, this was a weak main event. It told a story I suppose, but there was nothing out of the ordinary or important about it otherwise.
This was one of the shortest editions of NWA USA yet at just 21 minutes. Hey, I'm not complaining as I think every episode should be around that length. This felt like NWA's version of WWE Main Event in that all three matches were decent albeit unnecessary. The only newsworthy items on this show were the backstage interviews with The Country Gentlemen declaring themselves for the Crockett Cup and Kratos doing the same and announcing Odinson as his partner.