PWX Television Championship Match
Sinborn w/Lilith defends his Championship against Chief Thunderbear
New PWX Champion The Regent Joshua Kavod addresses the PWX Lockerroom.
Horsepower, the Fight Society representative, has promised two surprises that will strengthen the Fight Society.
Arawn Conners and Gus The Gardener, the new PWX Tag Team Champions, square off against their respective mentors Sugar Steve Flash and Bud Cassidy.
Induction Ceremony For The 2021 PWX Circle Of Respect Inductee:
Voice Of Pro Wrestling Hank Hudson
Dishonor is seeking answers following their snub of the PWX Tag Team Championship opportunity.
L’Artist Jru reportedly wants another shot at Superior G’s Cash App challenge.
How will Am-Po react after coming dangerously close to being injured by his former partner RK Sawyer?
Coming to Angry Kids 24-7 Radio
Timeless Traxx w/ Tyrone DuBose
If you enjoy “Old School” music, you’ll enjoy Timeless Traxx, hosted by Tyrone DuBose, The R&B Historian. A 60-minute weekly syndicated program in which the top 30 R&B songs in America over the last six decades are counted down. Timeless Traxx is broadcast weekly in over 100 American cities, including Las Vegas Nevada, Atlanta Georgia, Phoenix Arizona, and Tampa Florida, as well as international radio stations in the United Kingdom, Spain, Stockholm, Sweden, and Rome, Italy.
Tyrone DuBose is an R&B historian and a contributor to the award-winning television show “Unsung,” which chronicles the lives of R&B singers and groups. UNSUNG is an acclaimed award-winning series of one-hour bios that honors the lives and careers of prominent artists or groups who have gone unnoticed or underappreciated throughout the years. Kashif, Howard Hewitt, CeCe Peniston, Martha Wash, The Manhattans, The Chi-Lites, Hi-Five, and M’Lisa Morgan are among her television credits.
The R&B Historian was recently selected as one of the Associate Producers of Sheryl Underwood Radio, which is nationally syndicated. Sheryl Underwood Radio may be heard here on Angry Kids 24-7 Radio, Monday through Friday afternoon at 1:00 PM EST.
Listen to Timeless Traxx with Tyrone DuBose on Angry Kids 24-7 Radio on Monday evenings at 8:00 p.m.
Coming to Angry Kids 24-7 Radio… The Classic Chart Rundown Hosted By Dave Marley.
When it comes to music, Dave’s life is literally dictated by it. He is located in the United Kingdom and has been DJing since the early 1980s, but it was not until the mid-1990s that he developed an interest in radio presenting. His admiration, respect, and comprehension for all genres of fine music, from the vintage 1950s to the indie-pop and dance music of the ’90s and ’00s
He grew up in West London, listening to the radio from the age of three or four, and began collecting vinyl at the tender age of approximately five in the early ’70s, saving his pocket money to purchase 45’s as frequently as possible. He is still an obsessive collector of vinyl 50 years later.
Dave was a lifelong admirer of the late great Alan “Fluff” Freeman and his long-running “Pick of the Pop” show. Dave’s dream as a child was to host his own version of a vintage chart countdown radio show.
He is overjoyed to inform you that he is now the host of his own popular classic chart show. It was thus that “The Classic Chart Rundown” was formed. His high-energy presentation spans four decades of music from the official UK Top 40 Chart, beginning in 1957 and ending in 1989. He does intend to bring the show into the decade of the 1990s in the near future.
By: Courtney Wood
July 31st, 2021, will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the most significant nights in Pro Wrestling Express‘s history. From start to finish, spectators were treated to thrilling and entertaining action and went home with a sense of anticipation for the future. Despite the evening’s several achievements, there is one glaring dark spot: the unanswered mystery of why Arawn Conners were unable to fight for the tag team championships. Given his well-documented history of loyalty, determination, and resiliency, it’s difficult to picture him missing a match without reason.
I conducted an investigation into this extremely severe situation and learned that Arawn Conners was viciously attacked directly behind the PWX Community Center, while the Collective was competing against ‘Black Privilege.’ Unfortunately, no one has stated what happened to the Rockstar, although many suspect the person responsible was Captain Bender, the man with the most to gain. As if this was not shocking enough, they suspect that ‘Sugar’ Steve Flash was involved in the attack from the outset.
Captain Bender and ‘Sugar’ Steve Flash have been tag team teammates for years, jointly dubbed ‘The Pop Culture Sensations,’ so their partnership is natural. What folks may be astonished to learn is that their previous manager Nikki Nichols was spotted earlier that morning talking with PWX CEO Stephon Devereux.
This revelation appeared to be a tad too opportune to be coincidental. Nichols was simply there on the day Captain Bender was forced into an impromptu championship match? And simply happened to encounter the sole individual with the authority to sanction a title match at PWX? All indications pointed to conspiracy in order to win the tag team championships.
While these are simply hearsay at the moment, in light of the evening’s undeniable occurrences, these charges may not be so far-fetched. Apart from the improbable coincidences stated previously, there is the fact that in his first tag team bout of the night, against Fight Society, ‘Sugar’ Steve delivered kicks to his already neutralized opponent, Pav Novak, as Arawn Conners won the match. On the surface, this unnecessary act of aggression appeared to be out of character for ‘Sugar’ Steve, but was it a hint that he was altering his business practices?
Was this the harbinger of a new ‘win at all costs’ mentality? Furthermore, were the words emblazoned across Bender’s shirt, ‘All the Belts,’ an inspirational motto for one to strive to be their best, or were they a warning from someone who will do anything to claim to be a champion? I’ll leave it up to you to form your own conclusions.
About Pro Wrestling Express:
Jim Miller and Sean “Shocker” Evans founded Pro Wrestling eXpress in 1994. The PWX Academy, with B.A. Briggs and Jimmy Valiant as head trainers was later opened at the Eastland Mall. The inaugural events took place between October and November 1995. B.A. Briggs, the first PWX Heavyweight Champion, won the title in a tournament held in North Versailles, Pennsylvania on October 21, 1995.
Since then, Pro Wrestling eXpress has been the dominant force in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area for pro wrestling instruction. WWE Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle, WWE Superstar Cory Graves, and a slew of others began their careers with Pro Wrestling eXpress. Are you interested in pursuing a career as a professional wrestler? Please contact us.
For businesses looking to expand your reach:
What we can do for you is give a platform for your brand to be promoted. Pro Wrestling Express provides Advertisers with numerous ways to reach a diverse audience. Pro Wrestling Express can market your business creatively and affordably via Social Media, Television, Live Events, and Internet Radio. Such include endorsements of professional wrestlers via 30-second advertisements, pre-rolls, and mid-rolls, contests and giveaways at live events, banner advertising at live event venues, and guest interviews… Please see our Facebook Page and a clip from one of our television shows below.
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When The Devereux Committee of Pro Wrestling aired on PCTV 21 in 1998, it was Pittsburgh’s first wrestling talk show. The Devereux Committee was hosted by Stephon Devereux and Angela Conte, with Killer and G-Stock serving as their “Security.” The show included matches from across the country and was broadcast worldwide. The Devereux Committee was originally televised for six seasons before launching as one of the earliest podcasts on Blogtalk Radio.
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Stephon Devereux pursued music and other endeavors until returning to professional wrestling in 2007 and joining Undisputed Championship Wrestling outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Stephon Devereux took a break from the sport following a successful five-year tenure with UCW and focused on solo music ventures. This time, he kept his toe in the water, knowing that he would return to produce special occasions. Stephon Devereux was also welcomed into the Hall Of Heroes of the Undisputed Championship Wrestling. A feat he never imagined.
Stephon reconnected with radio in 2017 and joined the Idiot Radio Network. To no one’s astonishment, he resurrected the Devereux Committee. Stephon Devereux continued to release music and started The Stephon Devereux Show for Angry Kids 24-7 Radio after leaving Idiot Radio a year later.
Stephon Devereux is now allowed to express his strong opinions on matters other than professional wrestling via this new platform. With music and professional wrestling continuing to play a significant role in the program. Which was perfect timing given Stephon Devereux’s decision to return to professional wrestling. He was named CEO of Pro Wrestling Express in Pittsburgh. A corporation with a proud 27-year history of professional wrestling in the area. His viewpoint on business is widely known and appreciated. Additionally, he has his detractors. Only time will reveal who is proven correct. In the meanwhile, tune in to The Stephon Devereux Show on Angry Kids 24-7 Radio Monday through Thursday at 9:00 pm EST.
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Young Wag, a native of East Texas, is carving out a niche for himself in the indie hip hop scene. Not just in Texas, but throughout the World. Young Wag, grandson of the iconic DJ/radio personality Big Daddy Griff, realized at a very young age that music would be his primary love, life, and adventure in the future.
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Following in the footsteps of a pioneer is not an easy undertaking, but Wag was up to the effort. With his music reaching corners of the world he’s never been to, he’s on a mission to get on the road and perform in front of live fans who know his songs by heart. Consuming their energy onstage motivates him to improve with each song and live performance.
Young Wag provides us a glimpse into his universe with tracks like “Trust” and “Fast As I Can,” using incredible musical canvasses to paint his lyrical imagery. Along with beautiful visuals to accompany each song, he makes his point. What distinguishes Young Wag is his willingness to take risks with his music. This is clear on tracks like “Deep South,” which epitomizes Young Wag’s unique sound, which he has dubbed “Blue Collar Trap Music.”
With the support of Texas and the rest of the South, Young Wag is prepared to demonstrate that Blue Collar Trap Music is here to stay. What’s next for the native Texan? Interviews, tour dates, and other music he is currently working on. His ultimate objective is to travel beyond the United States and meet the new followers he’s gaining from all over the world. With his track record, Young Wag should have no difficulty securing engagements to accommodate those international admirers. Finally, Blue Collar Trap Music has arrived, and Young Wag is unquestionably the King.