Bobby Fulton vs. Wrecking Ball Legursky in a Non-Sanctioned Match Went to a No Contest
Well, this was a waste of time. The Fixers spoke beforehand about Fulton and threatened to put him in his place, but the bell never rang and thus it never happened. Ricky Morton came to Fulton's aid but was attacked by Joe Alonzo and Jamie Stanley. I wasn't expecting Fulton to take bumps for Legursky, but it's not as if anything interesting came out of this. On the bright side, this whole thing wasn't more than a few minutes long.
Blake "Bulletproof" Troop def. Jeremiah Plunkett
Troop's been fairly impressive from what I've seen of his work so far, so it makes sense to showcase him in singles action for once and not solely relegate him to the tag team with Jax Dane. We've seen several people bring their MMA skills to wrestling before, but it's not something we see in the NWA often, so he definitely stands out from the rest of the roster. This was a solid squash to establish what he can do on his own.
Natalia Markova def. CJ
CJ is the girl that is always accompanying Magic Jake Dumas. I don't know if she's a wrestler outside of the NWA, but based on what I saw from her here, she has no business being in the ring. That isn't to say she's bad by any means, but all she did was walk around the ring during this match and try to pull off magic tricks. That was pretty dumb, and it was almost like a joke dragged out for way too long. I have no idea what purpose this was supposed to serve or why it had to be positioned as the main event.
Although this was more significant than last week's throwaway show, this was still an abysmal edition of NWA USA on the whole. Fulton's feud with The Fixers has been decent so far, but that angle that started the show was a bunch of nothing. The same can be said about Markova vs. CJ, which was even worse and received an extremely flat reaction from however many fans were in attendance. The Troop squash was serviceable, but it wasn't enough to save this show.