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.