J Spade def. Sal Rinauro, Jamie Stanley and CW Anderson in a Four-Way Match
This was quite the random four-way, especially with nothing being at stake. We've seen all of these guys in action before on NWA programming, though Rinauro was the biggest name of the four and thus it made sense why it was the focus. It was a fine four-way with fine in-ring action and it was cool to see J Spade pick up the victory by pinning Rinauro, which only adds to Rinauro's mental breakdown.
NWA National Champion Chris Adonis def. Fable Jake (Non-Title); Adonis def. Marshe Rockett by Referee Stoppage (Non-Title)
It's about time Adonis was in action on this show. It was said from the start that the NWA National Championship was going to be the centerpiece of NWA USA, but we haven't seen that at all up until now. Adonis obviously handpicked Jake on purpose because he was an easy opponent but got more of a challenge when Rockett stepped up immediately afterward. That was much more competitive and was a pretty good main event. The story was that Rockett came close and likely would have won had Adonis not cheated, so it will be interesting to see if he'll continue to chase the championship or if it's onto the next challenger for Adonis.
There was a random talking segment at the podium in the middle of the show with Kamille, Thom Latimer, Madusa and Raven all interrupting each other. The fact that we're seemingly getting a battle for power on this show between Madusa, Raven and Tim Storm is stupid, but the matches are still getting plenty of time. I don't think the four-way is worth going out of your way to see, but I enjoyed Adonis vs. Rockett in the main event. The National title has been a total afterthought lately, so hopefully this was the first step in making it relevant again.