Thrillbilly Silas def. Anthony Mayweather in an NWA National Championship Tournament Qualifier
As seen at NWA 74, Mayweather is still very much in the hunt for the National title, so I was surprised to see him lose here and to Silas of all people. Silas isn't bad by any means, but he hasn't done much to leave a lasting impression so far. This was easily his biggest win to date and hopefully he can build off it. The match itself was well wrestled, but the outcome will be what is remembered most.
Kerry Morton def. AJ Cazana
Morton is impressive in his matches more often than not and this was one of those instances. Cazana was a perfect opponent for him to work with, gain some experience against, and beat. Cazana is a fine enhancement talent for the NWA, so he served his role nicely here. This was a fairly basic bout that served its purpose in giving Morton a necessary win coming off his loss at NWA 74.
Chris Adonis def. Caprice Coleman in an NWA National Championship Tournament Qualifier
Adonis and Coleman are both incredibly experienced, so as expected they had the best bout on the whole show. Not to say it was a barn burner by any means, but I thoroughly enjoyed this for as long as it lasted and I thought they had quality chemistry together. Coleman can still very much go and Adonis' matches are always more interesting when he shares the ring with an opponent the caliber of Coleman. Adonis advances to the next round of the tourney to reclaim the gold he once (well, technically twice) held.
William Patrick Corgan was among the several people interviewed in the back and he made so many announcements that it was hard to keep track, but he did say a new number one contender to the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship would be crowned on Tuesday's Powerrr via six-way match. As for this edition of NWA USA, the NWA National Championship Tournament qualifiers once again helped in making the show more worthwhile. From an in-ring standpoint, only the main event stood out.