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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.
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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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Wrestling, as the name implies, is a unique kind of sports entertainment. Today’s wrestling is characterized by fanfares, lights, music, and strange characters, as opposed to traditional wrestling devoid of somersaults and extraneous attractions.
Wrestling is one of the most popular kinds of sports entertainment, ranking as the world’s most popular sport. Professional wrestling attracts millions of followers through a mix of lucrative marketing and broadcast events.
The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is the sport’s dominant force, where players vie for ultimate success in the sport’s largest company. There are numerous wrestling schools in America that teach athletes how to master and succeed at the art of wrestling, its moves, and may even assist in placing their most skilled players. The aspiring want to be wrestlers who are interested in getting trained for professional wrestling typically contact the organization for which they hope to work, such as WWE or another top-tier organization, and request a list of wrestling schools recommended by the wrestling major, and athletes may benefit from attending the recommended wrestling school to improve their chances of getting hired.
Wrestling superstars are nothing more than a synthesis of mat maneuvers, intensive training, and dedication, all wrapped up in muscular form and grace. On every occasion, it is the performing athletes’ job to deliver a high-quality performance that evokes a sense of “oneness” in the hearts of their devoted fans who will cheer until the last buzzer sounds. To add to the excitement, each year, the best part of the wrestling industry, dubbed the annual super bowl of wrestling, also known as Wrestle mania, is hosted as a live pay-per-view event. It is unquestionably a visual delight for fans and a test of the wrestlers’ abilities. Wrestlemania features some of the year’s wildest and most spectacular events.
It is costly to train at wrestling training centers, and because time is inversely proportionate to the amount of training tutored the skill level, the more skillful you are, the less training you receive, and vice versa. Amateur wrestlers will spend more on wrestling training than intermediate or advanced athletes. In training sessions, a set of exercises or programs includes fundamental and advanced weight training classes; workout regimens, nutrition regimens, and actual ring practices that imitate the real-world wrestling setting. While the schedules are rigorous and the tasks hard, training centers provide the finest glimpse into the wrestling lifestyle.
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For other ardent fans who prefer to observe rather than participate in wrestling, who like the spectacle but are unwilling to take part in the action, the greatest seats are on the house sidelines. Televised tapings take place across the country, with stops at stadiums and other locations in nearly every state. Additionally, autograph sessions are routinely conducted to provide fans with the opportunity to meet their favorite WWE superstars in person.
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Pro Wrestling eXpress was established by Jim Miller and Sean \”Shocker\” Evans in 1994. A wrestling school, the PWX Academy, was subsequently opened at the Eastland Mall with B.A. Briggs, and Jimmy Valiant as head trainers. PWX also had a weekly late-night television show that aired on WPTT. The first events were held in October and November 1995. The first PWX Heavyweight Champion, B.A. Briggs won the championship in a tournament held on October 21, 1995, in North Versailles, Pennsylvania. The first PWX Tag Team Champions were crowned in a tournament final on January 8, 1996, in North Versailles, when Sean Evans and Vince Charming defeated Brian Anthony and Paul Atlas. PWX was also one of several East Coast promotions to feature talent from Extreme Championship Wrestling. On December 13, 1996, Blue World Order members Stevie Richards and The Blue Meanie won the PWX Tag Team Championship.
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Chris \”F\’N\” Hero Announces He\’s \”Far From Done Wrestling\”
Chris Hero shared that he\’s far from done with wrestling and will return to the ring \”the circumstances and situations are right.\” Hero did reveal that for the last 6 months he turned down a number of companies and if he wanted to coach/produce he could have a job tomorrow.
Hero wrote, \”Oh and, before anyone asks or infers, I am far from done wrestling. If I wanted to hang it up and coach/produce I could have a job tomorrow. I\’ve turned down a number of companies in the last 6 months- not because they\’ve been terrible offers or anything but because I\’m just not ready. I will come back when the circumstances and situations are right. Trust me, it *kills* me to not be out there doing what I love. The time will come and when it does it will be spectacular. In the meantime, I appreciate all of your patience. Take care & stay safe!\”
WWE released him back in April as a part of the company-wide cuts brought on by COVID-19. Hero also wrestled in several other promotions such as ROH, Chikara, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Pro Wrestling Noah, and CZW
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