For more information: Keith Lipinski
Head of Public Relations – Wrestling Division – Big Vision Entertainment
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Order online: http://www.bigvisionentertainment.com/store/wrestling/wsx.php
Youtube Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54jV0H_Zqe4
Release date: Tuesday November 13, 2007
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 13, 2007
Wrestling Society X – Season One
“WSX will join Freaks & Geeks, Undeclared, Firefly and other TV greats in the pantheon of shows Americans were too stupid to â€˜get’.” – Derek Burgan of F4Wonline.com
In January of 2007, the pro wrestling industry was shaken to its core when MTV launched “Wrestling Society X.” Rumors ran rampant throughout the industry about the front offices of other wrestling promotions fearing what would happen if this hip new take on their business filled with younger, more entertaining, more spectacular wrestlers and matches caught on. Luckily for them, like all great revolutions, it was misunderstood by many, including the very network that stood to benefit most from it’s success.
But, for 9 glorious episodes (and one absolutely unbelievably %[email protected]#* crazy season finale that never aired) WSX change the way people thought wrestling HAD to be presented. Those who “got it,” loved it! Those who didn’t still could not believe the quality of the matches compared to what was being offered by the established wrestling companies.
WSX offered the best in high flying, no limits, aerial assaults with a new generation of wrestling stars including “The Aerial Emperor” Jack Evans, “The Cocky Coverboy” Matt Sydal with his main squeeze Lizzy Valentine, and “The P-I-M-P of W-S-X” the Human Tornado. WSX offered the best tag team division in the world including The Filth & The Fury (Teddy Hart & “M-Dogg” Matt Cross), Los Pochos Guapos (Joey “Kaos” Munoz & Aaron “Jesus” Aguilera), D.I.F.H. (sensitive Jimmy Jacobs & angry Tyler Black), Luke Hawx & Alkatrazz, K.I.G. (Ruckus & Babi Slymm), and The Cartel. And, WSX offered the most brutal bouts over the WSX Championship imaginable as Vampiro, Sean “6-Pac” Waltman, and Ricky Banderas sacrificed flesh and blood and limbs battling throughout the WSX Bunker and with light tubes, barbed wire, and exploding coffins, to prove who was worthy of being champion!
Plus, each episode features a special guest band joining hosts Kris Kloss and Bret Ernst at the broadcast table including Three-6 Mafia, New Found Glory, Good Charlotte, Pitbull, Zakk Wylde, Clipse, Jibbs, Styles P, Sparta, and Quietdrive!
This COLLECTOR’S EDITION DVD set features over 10 HOURS of WSX action on 4 DISKS packed with ALL 9 EPISODES WHICH AIRED ON MTV, the NEVER BEFORE AIRED SEASON FINALE featuring a PIRANHA DEATHMATCH and an EXPLODING STEEL CAGE TIMEBOMB DEATHMATCH, 10 WSXtra Bonus Shows, Deleted and Unaired Scenes, Alternate Commentary featuring the cast and crew, all 15 WSX Virtual Trading Cards, casting tapes/matches of stars before they were in WSX, music videos, Lizzy Valentine and Lacey bikini videos, Featurettes including “The Transformation of Fabian Kaelin: World’s Most Hated Announcer,” photo galleries, script galleries (YES SCRIPTS), and MORE!!!!! This is your ALL ACCESS pass inside the meteoric rise and fall of an international wrestling phenomenon. There has never been a DVD release like it before and most likely will never be again. . .
All features of the Wrestling Society X – Season One COLLECTORS EDITION 4 DVD set
-ALL 9 Episodes of Wrestling Society X as they appeared on MTV
-The NEVER BEFORE AIRED SEASON FINALE
-All 10 Episodes of WSXtra, the critically acclaimed online show
-All 15 “Digital Trading Cards” as they appeared on the official WSX website
-Deleted scenes and skits which did not make the TV or online shows – including three never aired Matt Classic skits
-Behind the scenes and in the ring Photo Gallery
-An interactive Script Gallery
-Alternate Commentary by WSX Wrestlers and Writers
All episodes: commentary by WSX co-creator, producer and head writer Kevin Kleinrock and writer, talent scout, creative team member Keith Lipinski
Selected commentaries with Keith Lipinski and That 70’s Team (Joey “Magnum” Ryan & Disco Machine), “White Trash” Johnny Webb, Joey “Kaos” Munoz, and stunt coordinators
-An explosion reel
-A highlight reel
-Very special Lacey and Lizzy Valentine bikini videos
-The Transformation of Fabian Kaelin: World’s Most Hated Announcer
-Four special music videos for Vampiro, Luke & Alkatrazz, That 70’s Team, and the Trailer Park Boyz
-Special marathon mode to view the episodes
-Four Easter eggs
-WSX Casting Tapes featuring additional matches from stars before Wrestling Society X. Including Jack Evans, Ruckus, Nate Webb, Joey “Kaos” Munoz, Mickie Knuckles, Lacey, Lizzy Valentine and much more!
-Trailers for current and upcoming BVE DVDs