NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion def. Vampiro and Blue Demon Jr.
I'm not sure if this was announced as a No Disqualification match, but they did use weapons and weren't disqualified for it. Blue Demon Jr. is 56-years-old and Vampiro is 55-years-old, so needless to say, I didn't exactly have high hopes for this. I was actually surprised this wasn't worse, but to their credit, Blue Demon Jr. and Vampiro moved around decently well. It was far from a barn burner, but they made it work.
NWA Women's World Champion Kamille def. AAA World Mixed Tag Team Champion Flammer
Kamille has had some great title defenses in the last six months or so. This wasn't one of them. In fact, this was quite terrible, largely because of Flammer. I saw her wrestle as recently as late 2022 in MLW and I don't remember being as bad as she was here. I can't even blame a lack of chemistry between the two because Kamille held her own while almost everything Flammer did looked awful. There honestly isn't anything positive I can say about this.
NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Tyrus def. Daga
I don't think I've seen Daga in action since he was in IMPACT three years ago. He left along with his wife Tessa Blanchard and I believe the two recently divorced. At any rate, the only reason this wasn't worse than Kamille vs. Daga was because it was only a few minutes long. There wasn't much to it at all, but what we got was pretty bad. It was likely cut short due to an injury to Daga toward the end, so the finish didn't come off well.
AAA's talent won a majority of the matches on Part 1, so it made sense for the NWA to dominate on Part 2 with all of the champions retaining. Part 1 had some of the best wrestling I've seen on an NWA show in recent memory, whereas Part 2 had some of the worst (and that's saying something). The opener was at least serviceable, but the other two matches were beyond abysmal. I appreciate the NWA going outside of their usual setting, but this was not good.