Magic Jake Dumas def. Brett Buffshay and Thrillbillly Silas in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match
This was originally scheduled to be a tag team match with Dumas teaming with Jax Dane, but Dane no-showed (in storyline) and it turned into a Handicap matchup instead. Despite having the odds stacked against him, Dumas was still able to pull out a victory, but only after Buffshay and Silas put forth a commendable effort. Dumas needs more wins and this was a nice step in the right direction.
Jamie Stanley def. KC Roxx
Interestingly, Roxx came out with Aron Stevens, who was the same person who beat the hell out of him a few months ago. Stevens also accompanied Rodney Mack to the ring on Tuesday's Powerrr, so unless Stevens already moved on from Mack following his loss to Cyon, Stevens may be managing multiple people. I think the story is that he's not having a lot of luck as a manager so far because Roxx lost here as well. It was a basic bout without much to it.
NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Homicide def. PJ Hawx
Homicide has put together a strong resume of matches as the NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion and this was another quality contest from him. Homicide already established on Powerrr that he wants to defend against Kerry Morton again at NWA 74, so that pretty much eliminated any chance of Hawx winning here. Nonetheless, they worked well together and delivered a well-wrestled main event.
This week's edition of Powerrr was absolutely abysmal, so this edition of NWA USA was a nice upgrade in comparison. The in-ring action was solid on the whole and the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship being defended made the episode a bit more eventful than usual. NWA USA has largely been a pointless program since its inception, but we might be approaching a point where NWA USA is a better show than Powerrr seeing as how subpar Powerrr has been recently.