Just over a year ago in January of 2007, the pro wrestling industry was shaken to its core when MTV launched "Wrestling Society X." Rumours ran rampant about the established franchises fearing what would happen if this hip new take on their business - filled with younger, more entertaining, more spectacular wrestlers - caught on. Luckily for them, like all great revolutions, it was misunderstood by many, including the very network that stood to benefit most from its success. But, for 9 glorious episodes (and one absolutely unbelievably %$@#* 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, 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, Los Pochos Guapos, D.I.F.H., Luke Hawx & Alkatrazz, K.I.G., and The Cartel.