NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Homicide def. Chris Sainz (Non-Title)
Pretty much all of Homicide's matches are contested for the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship, but Tom Galli noted that Sainz (making his NWA debut here) was one pound over the weight limit in order to challenge for the belt, so this was declared non-title. Homicide continues to act like a maniac and play mind games, which will hopefully culminate in him losing the title to Kerry Morton at Hard Times 3. This was a perfectly solid match while it lasted.
Angelina Love def. NWA World Women's Tag Team Champion Ella Envy
I know these Surge shows tend to feature matches that aren't storyline significant, but this was really random because I can't recall these two ever having established issues. Thus, it was difficult to care. This was basically what you'd expect from these two in that it was fairly abysmal. Love winning seemed counterproductive since Pretty Empowered are defending the women's tag titles at Hard Times 3 and Love won't be one of their opponents.
La Rebelion def. Hawx Aerie to Win the Vacant NWA World Tag Team Championship
(From my NWA 74 review...) It's such a bummer that The Commonwealth Connection had to vacate the tag titles due to an injury (or maybe it was an illness?) to Davey Boy Smith Jr. La Rebelion were already scheduled to contend for the titles on this show, though I'm not sure how Hawx Aerie earned the opportunity since I can't recall them winning too many tag matches in recent months. They're a talented team, so oh well. This was a well-worked match with not a ton of crowd heat. La Rebelion are one of the NWA's better teams, but I would have rather seen Hawx Aerie get their moment since La Rebelion were already champs for almost a year between 2021 and 2022.
This "Surge" edition of NWA USA was hosted by Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green, but they seemed to film everything from their home and not in the studio. It felt like we were back in quarantine, but I guess it makes sense considering their characters don't care about the NWA and only about themselves. This was your average Surge show with nothing out of the ordinary about it whatsoever, especially if you've already seen the tag title match from NWA 74. This was a pretty pointless episode all things considered.