MCX is expanding for 2022 with a few VOICE ACTORS!  Come meet the voices of some of your favorite characters from anime and cartoons.

And, of course a couple of Memphis Wrestling guests!

kellen goff
KELLEN GOFF is a Los Angeles-based, American voice actor known for a variety of roles spanning video games, animation and commercials. His most notable roles include Funtime Freddy, Fredbear and Glamrock Freddy from Five Nights at Freddy’s, Overhaul from My Hero Academia, Fiddlesticks from League of Legends, Diavolo in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, and Porco Galliard in Attack on Titan.
Additional credits include: The Last of Us: Part II (Bloater), Cookie Run Kingdom (Wind Archer Cookie), Black Clover (Kotodama Devil), Pokémon (Arctozolt), Beastars (Free), Konosuba (Hans), Fire Force (Rekka Hoshimiya), Saiki K (Reita Toritsuka), Genshin Impact (Abyss Herald) Demon's Souls (Old Hero), Demon Slayer (Father Spider Demon), Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Thrall, Twizzleflux, Murmy), SMITE (Jormungandr), One Punch Man (Gouketsu, Melzargard), and Akudama Drive (Hoodlum). He has also provided ADR for multiple projects including High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Looking for Alaska, and more!
GREG BALDWIN voiced the beloved Uncle Iroh for the final seasons of Avatar: The Last Airbender and for The Legend of Korra. He voiced Aku in the fifth season of Samurai Jack.

He can also be heard as the ancient Jedi Master Tera Sinube, Gwarm, and Cassis on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. He provided the voice of multiple characters in Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, most notably, the voice of Furlac.
Baldwin voiced the iconic character Frank Fontaine in the original Bioshock. In addition, he voiced Proctor Teagan in Fallout 4 and Jack M. Crazyfish in Spongebob Squarepants.
In the 2007 film TMNT, Baldwin performed a substantial portion, believed to be 90 percent of Splinter's dialogue in the movie after Mako died during production.
Tom Gibis Naruto
TOM GIBIS is best known for voicing Shikamaru Nara from Naruto, Takumi Nomiya from Honey and Clover, Mushra from Shinzo, Toyman in JLA Adventures: Trapped In Time, Michael Washington in Digimon, and Yuuta Fuji in the Prince of Tennis.
Bryan Donovan

BRIAN DONOVAN has been the voice of countless animated heroes including: Rock Lee from Naruto; Salty from Alpha and Omega; Ollie 'Shark' Sharkster from A.T.O.M.: Alpha Teens on Machines; and Narrator, Davis Motomiya & Terou from Digimon.

Brian is the director of the award winning documentary, Kelly's Hollywood (Showtime Networks), about the intimate relationship he had with his spectacular sister who was born with Down Syndrome (www.kellyshollywood.com). Brian has toured internationally speaking about inclusion, equality and how imperative it is for everyone to be given the chance to pursue their dreams.
Brian has been a professional actor for more than 25 years in film, television and radio. He has worked on-screen with such luminaries as Jim Belushi, Jim Carrey and Angelina Jolie.
In addition, Brian has been the executive director of the Los Angeles Repertory Theater since 1994, producing and directing more than a hundred inner-city high school workshops and live shows. Brian lives in Los Angeles with his family and dog, Cosmo.

BRUNO LAUER is a professional wrestling manager, referee, and occasional wrestler.He began his career working in professional wrestling promotions in the Southern United States, especially Memphis as 'Downtown Bruno' and 'Uptown Bruno' during the 1980s and 1990s. In the 1991, he joined the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as Harvey Wippleman, where he managed wrestlers such as Sid Justice, Kamala, Giant González, and Bertha Faye. In 2000, he became the first and only man to win the WWF Women's Championship. His booth will be beside Mark James of Memphis Wrestling History. Stop by and see them!