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Wrestling: Wrestling Society X
Step Inside the Bunker...
Short-lived Professional Wrestling promotion aired on MTV in 2007.

Presented as an "underground" fight-club, taking place in the WSX Bunker, the focus tended to be on high-flying in-ring action, boosted by a ton of pyrotechnics and MTV production style. While criticized for its obvious use of planted audience members, the thirty-minute episode length, some questionable musical guests, and announcers that oozed Totally Radical faux-edginess, generally the matches themselves were of high-quality, the wrestlers had some interesting (and often hilarious) gimmicks, and the explosions were pretty cool. During its run, additional matches, promos and commentary was shown online at the show's website.

All in all, it had the marks of a promotion that had just started to find its voice when it was Screwed by the Network: MTV took offense at a spot where wrestler Ricky Banderas set opponent Vampiro on fire, and pulled the show from the schedule. The rest of the episodes were quickly burned off in a single night, with the final episode unseen until the DVD release.

As usual, you can find the basics at The Other Wiki.

"Trope Society X":

Would I Lie to You?TurnOfTheMillennium/Live-Action TVWWE Tough Enough
WSUTurnOfTheMillennium/Professional WrestlingWWE Superstars
WrestliciousPROFESSIONALWRESTLINGAll Japan Pro Wrestling

alternative title(s): Wrestling Society X
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