Wrestling Society X offers high flying, no limits, aerial assaults with a new generation of wrestling stars including past veterans such as Vampiro, Sean "6-Pac" Waltman and Justin Incredible.
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Jorel Diez ...
 Markus Riot 10 episodes, 2007
Ryan Katz ...
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Kris Kloss ...
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 Himself - Los Pochos Guapos / ... 5 episodes, 2007
Ted Annis ...
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Claude Marrow ...
 Ruckus / ... 5 episodes, 2007
Joey Munoz ...
 Kaos- Los Pochos Guapos / ... 5 episodes, 2007
Craig Williams ...
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Wrestling Society X offers high flying, no limits, aerial assaults with a new generation of wrestling stars including past veterans such as Vampiro, Sean "6-Pac" Waltman and Justin Incredible.

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I Want My WSX!

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Action | Sport

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30 January 2007 (USA)  »

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First show scheduled to be debuted on all 3 MTV networks simultaneously. See more »

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Referenced in Doin' Time with New Jack (2007) See more »

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Best Thing on MTV in Years
28 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

How about that? MTV delivers onto us new wrestling. Here is the review:

This rules! Of all the things I despise about MTV, who knew that MTV would be useful? Get ready folks, Wrestling Society X is out for blood! We got some intense action with over the top violence to boot. The talent roster has on tap: Vampiro, 6-Pac, Justin Credible, New Jack, and many others to shine. We got here is some WRESTLING! The explosions in the battle royal were over the top but the energy was intense. The announcer introduced the wrestlers like a maniac instead of a regular ring announcer which was nice and is similar to the original ECW! Never would I thought in my wildest dreams would I be excited to tune in to MTV! This is easily the best programming on MTV since the Headbanger's Ball. Also a kudos to an appearance by Black Label Society as well. Also one last thing, the music here is actually decent. I noticed that Justin Credible's music is Prong's Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck! Well Done, MTV well done.

The Last Word: So MTV is not useless after all. This is only a half hour long now but given time, this can be huge. Also, it's refreshing to see actual WRESTLERS and not the muscle heads that can't wrestle. Recommended.


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