Psycho Love def. PJ Hawx and Kylie Paige
Kylie is the younger sister of Kenzie Paige. She and Hawx were a random team, but they were obviously only put together so they could lose to Psycho Love in what was a random match. Psycho Love haven't had a lot of luck together thus far and therefore they don't have a ton of heat, but this got them back on the right track. The match itself was better than I thought it would be and had a nice pace for as long as it lasted.
Jax Dane def. Shepherd Lutz
It feels like Dane has been more of a tag team player as of late, and that's fine, but I feel like he has more worth on his own. We got to see the dominant side of Dane here and it was a well-worked squash. Lutz had a small flurry of offense before ultimately eating defeat. This didn't seem to serve much of a purpose other than to reestablish what Dane can do in singles competition, and that's perfectly fine by me.
Thrillbilly Silas and NWA United States Tag Team Champions The Country Gentlemen def. The Miserably Faithful (Gaagz The Gymp, Judais and Sal The Pal)
I continue to wish the NWA would pull the plug on the awful Miserably Faithful crap, but it has yet to happen. I mean, they were teasing tension at one point (Sal and Gaagz even had a Mask vs. Hair match at one point that ended in a non-finish), but I guess that went nowhere. Silas and Country Gentlemen were obviously a much better paring and them winning was the right result. This was a passable main event and I appreciated that Silas and Country Gentlemen controlled a majority of it.
This was pretty par for the course for NWA USA. There wasn't anything storyline significant, but as a sub-30-minute episode, it was serviceable. Psycho Love scored a necessary win, Dane was showcased, and the main event wasn't awful, which is all I can really ask from a Miserably Faithful match. You could skip this show and you'd miss absolutely nothing, but at least it was a quick watch with three harmless matches.