Wrestling Society X Episode 3 (February 13, 2007)


Apparently Wrestling Society X is like a tennis ball tube full of Pringles to me because once I popped, I find myself quite completely unable to stop. Today at lunch I watched yet another episode of this short lived foray into professional wrestling by MTV. It’s the third episode because that’s what makes sense to watch in terms of chronology. Let’s check it out!

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Wrestling Society X Episode 2 (February 6, 2007)


Time to check back in with the best wrestling promotion MTV ever aired in 2007, Wrestling Society X! When last we left the WSX many things exploded and when the smoke cleared 6-Pac and Vampiro had acquired contracts for a WSX title match…a match that will happen tonight!

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Wrestling Society X Episode 1 (January 30, 2007)


So I guess I’m back to watching wrestling. I don’t want to shell out money for the WWE Network right now because I could very well decide to go back to being a movie guy tomorrow so I think I’m going to stick with random junk that’s on YouTube which is why today I’m looking at the first episode of Wrestling Society X.

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AJW The Sneak Attack Wrestling (July 27, 1995 – August 3, 1995)

AJW The Sneak Attack Wrestling

It’s been awhile since I’ve written junk here because I decided to be a movie guy in 2019 and kind of stopped watching wrestling but tonight I got drunk and decided to watch some sleazy Japanese wrestling from the 1990s because I’m a dirtbag.

Today we’re reviewing the All Japan Women’s Wrestling The Sneak Attack Wrestling tape (ザ闇討ちプロレス) since it’s only like an hour long and all the matches are hella short. I’ve not watch wrestling in a long ass time so I don’t know if I’ve got it in me to watch a 40 minute grapplefest yet. Anyway let’s get down to business!

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