Parents' Guide to

Wrestling Society X

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Pro wrestling goes extreme; too violent for most.

TV MTV Reality TV 2007
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Designed to be the "next generation" of professional wrestling, Wrestling Society X is a little rougher around the edges than the traditional WWF format. The stage and performers seem less polished and fit with a more street-oriented, extreme-sport style. Fans of professional wrestling will probably get a kick out of this new, violent take on the genre, though it doesn't deviate too sharply from what's been seen in the past. But non-fans likely won't become converts. Though a warning crawls along the bottom of the screen at the beginning of the show advising viewers not to try the stunts themselves, the tone is hardly serious, urging fans to "enjoy the mayhem."

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