The second episode of Wrestling Society X begins with a bang as Three 6 Mafia dishes out a a performance of "Doe Boy Fresh" and brings down the WSX bunker! Now that's the way to get things started! After their performance, crunk Memphis boys...... Read Full Episode Summary »
This week we have bonus matches featuring Trailer Park Boyz, D.I.F.H., Matt Sydal, and Matt Classic, plus Kaos confronts Aguilera and more!
It's time to decide who will become the first WSX Champion as Vampiro steps into the ring to face 6-pac.
The second episode of Wrestling Society X begins with a bang as Three 6 Mafia dishes out a a performance of "Doe Boy Fresh" and brings down the WSX bunker! Now that's the way to get things started!
After their performance, crunk Memphis boys Juicy J and DJ Paul hit the booth to join Kris and Bret to witness the electrifying television debut of The Human Tornado! Hailing from Hollywood... Alabama, Tornado wins a high-flying match against Southern stomper Luke Hawx in front of his legion of fans, the TornaHOs! Tornado uses the aptly named Tornado DDT off the top rope to put Hawx away.
Afterwards, things get worse for Hawx, who is jumped by Los Pochos Guapos (Aguilera and Kaos) -- fitting retribution for Luke suplexing Kaos onto a LIVE ELECTRICAL WIRE last week and frying Kaos' skin golden brown in the process. Hawx gets a little help from Alkatrazz, released from jail over the weekend, evening up the fight.
Kaos attempted to bring a latter into the ring, but was rebuffed by Aguilera, who was tossed from the ring shortly after. Kaos then set up a table and climbed to the top rope to launch a moonsault onto Alkatrazz. Things looked positive for Los Ponchos until Aguilera was distracted by a bonita mamacita, and Kaos met a high kick by Luke that put him crashing thru the table. No matter what, this fight did not get settled and things are just starting to heat up between these four men.
The first official tag team match in WSX history sees the groovy vibes of That '70s Team take on -- direct from Japan -- Team Dragon Gate in an action-packed contest. Joey "Magnum" Ryan and The Disco Machine may not realize it is the 21st Century, but have what it takes to defeat Masato Yoshino and Genki Horiguchi. "Magnum" slows down Yoshino, the world's fastest pro wrestler, with his super '70s super kick, which gives his team the match. But Horiguchi isn't done, and makes a statement of his own by smashing That '70s Team's precious disco ball and making The Disco Machine teary eyed in the process.
Speaking of firsts, the first ever WSX Champion is crowned when Vampiro defeats the degenerate 6-Pac in an epic match up! Vampiro, straight from darkest depths of Hell, brings his own coffin to the ring and both guys give their all in the fantastic match. 6-Pac holds the advantage as he drills Vampiro with a tornado DDT thru a table.
The action returns to the ring as 6-Pac looks to add another title to his huge list of accomplishments with his 6 Factor. Too bad it earns but a two-count with a nonchalant cover. 6-Pac wants to hit another 6 factor on top of Vampiro's casket, when Vampiro goes low and hits his infamous Martinete piledriver on 6-Pac onto top of the casket, which explodes on impact while both men lay, possibly dead, inside! Head referee Patrick Hernandez makes the three-count, but who is champion? As the smoke clears, Vampiro dragged himself out of the casket with a bloody mouth and has his hand risen to be reborn anew as WSX Champion!
All this, plus mayhem thanks to an appearance by the Trailer Park Boys (Spyder, Jug and Spyder's uncle, "White Trash" Johnny Webb) direct from Johnny's mobile home. And, we then find out that they are ready to answer the challenge of The Filth and the Fury (Teddy Hart and "MDogg 20" Matt Cross), so we can all look forward to a red hot tag team match next week.
WSX SINGLES RANKINGS
1. Champion: Vampiro
2. Human Tornado
4. Jack Evans
5. Matt Sydal
WSX TAG TEAM RANKINGS
1. Trailer Park Boyz
2. That '70s Team
4. Team Dragon Gate