Longtime independent wrestler Joseph Hudson has sadly passed away from what is believed to be either a stroke or an aneurysm. He was best known for wrestling for Billy Corgan’s NWA promotion, where he competed as both Jocephus and The Question Mark. Additionally, he portrayed a young Bruiser Brody on Dark Side of the Ring in 2019. Corgan would be the one to break the sad news on his private Instagram.
Hudson had been wrestling for over a decade and met Corgan in the early days of his career when working for his Chicago-based promotion Resistance Pro Wrestling in 2012. He’d also wrestle for TNA at their Victory Road pay-per-view in 2016, likely based on Corgan being the company’s Senior Producer of Creative and Talent Development at the time. He’d follow Corgan to the NWA once he took ownership and challenged for the NWA World Championship multiple times. His final match took place at an NWA Powerrr taping in January 2020, where he teamed with Aron Stevens, better known as Damien Sandow, in a losing effort to The Rock’ n’ Roll Express.