Da Pope and JTG def. The Miserably Faithful (Gaagz The Gymp and Judais)
Pope and JTG were on the same team on the Hard Times 3 pre-show, so them teaming wasn't completely random. They work well together, but what happened to JTG's team with Dirty Dango? Meanwhile, Miserably Faithful are terrible, so I'm glad the right team won here. I also appreciated that they largely kept the silly shenanigans to a minimum. They're telling a story with Gaagz taking another loss and the rest of Miserably Faithful being frustrated at him, but I wish the whole faction would disband.
Natalia Markova def. NWA World Women's Tag Team Champion Ella Envy (Kenzie Paige Served as Special Guest Referee)
Pretty Empowered have been all over NWA programming as of late, so although their tag titles don't have a lot of value in a nearly nonexistent division, it's nice that they've been getting plenty of exposure. However, I'm curious where their tension is headed is they're still the tag champs. Markova is coming off a loss to Max The Impaler at Hard Times 3, so this allowed her to get back on a track. This felt more like an angle than a true match, but it was decent.
NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Kerry Morton def. Colby Corino
I believe this marked Morton's first defense as NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion since taking the title from Homicide (who was present at ringside for this) at Hard Times 3. These two are obviously no strangers to each other and have great chemistry as opponents. Corino loses way more than it wins it seems, but I enjoyed their outing, nonetheless. Morton can be a fun champion if he can continue having matches of this caliber.
Interestingly, this show had more that mattered on it than Tuesday's edition of Powerrr. Even the championship main event was more significant because it had storyline significance and wasn't as random as Kamille vs. Jazmin Allure for the NWA World Women's Championship. I liked the main event and the first two matches were perfectly passable, making for an overall solid show by NWA USA standards.