The Country Gentlemen def. The Now
Country Gentlemen, who I believe have teamed before on one of the NWA shows, consist of AJ Cazana and Anthony Andrews. I have yet to form a full opinion on them, but they were solid from what I saw of them here. They're a perfect fit for the NWA's tag team division along with The Now, who I really hope we see more of going forward. As I've mentioned before, I've followed them a lot over the years and they're a talented tandem. This felt like a tryout for both teams and it was well wrestled, so maybe they'll pop up on Powerrr soon.
Kyle Davis Interviewed Wrecking Ball Legursky
Legursky just lost to Ricky Morton on Tuesday's Powerrr, but in this promo, he was addressing the absence of his partner Jay Bradley. We haven't seen him in several weeks, so hopefully he'll be back soon. I enjoy Legursky, and while him losing to a dude in his 60s about to retire isn't ideal, I think he'll be just fine. He's entertaining as seen in this segment and I'm glad he gets as much exposure as he does.
Ricky Morton def. VSK
As noted in the previous paragraph, Morton is fresh off a win over Legursky on Tuesday's Powerrr. I didn't expect to see him back in action so soon after that, but I'm not complaining because as I've said, I'm happy we're getting as much of Morton in the ring as we can before he retires in the near future. It's amazing how much he can still do and his Canadian Destroyers will never not be impressive. This was a fun little match while it lasted, though I wouldn't have minded them getting a few more minutes.
It's funny that this was the shortest edition of NWA USA in several weeks and yet this was the one instance where I wouldn't have minded the main event lasting longer than it did. Nonetheless, this was a fairly straightforward, quality show by recent NWA USA standards. I could have done without the crap with Aron Stevens, May Valentine and Jamie Stanley toward the end, but everything else held my interest.