Konvix is a villanous professional wrestling stable in the company Extreme Wrestling Organization.
Konvix made their debut on the January 9th edition of Monday Night Mayhem all of Konvix would qualify for the Royal Rumble. In the Rumble, TEC would last over 20 minutes, Zevlin over 30, and T-Dynamite being the final elimination to Kelly Hackenschmidt. Konvix would make their presence felt over the next few weeks, and at Ripperoni-Festivoni-Spriteoni, TEC, alongside Sophie Schrieber would go on to win the entire shuffle tag tournament, also winning the tag team championship, bringing the first piece of gold to the group.
The next night on Mayhem both TEC defeated Antonio Suarez and Alejandro Leyva and Zevlin Parker defeated Shogun and Josh Steinberg, respectfully to earn a match for the IPGT Jr. Heavyweight championship at Card of Honor. Also that night T-Dynamite would become the number one contender to TJ Shadows' Television title. After this, Bug Suge and Mariah were granted early release from Konvix for their lackluster performances at the time. At Card of Honor 4, TEC would win the IPGT Heavyweight championship and T-Dynamite would capture the Television title, bringing three championship to Konvix.
After Card of Honor, TEC's tag team partner, Sophie Schrieber would officially join Konvix, also adding the Women's World Championship to the group. TEC and Sophie Schrieber would begin a feud with Derek Krypt and Rusty over the tag team championships. Rusty gave TEC his first defeat on a surprise edition Mayhem. At Warzone, Konvix retained their championships, not TEC and Sophie, Konvix. In the match, Zevlin Parker, T-Dynamite, and newest member, Sphinx Payne all helped the two remain champions. After the match, Derek Krypt challenged T-Dynamite to a match at Final Testimony 5.
After Warzone, Zevlin Parker qualified for the Fate or Fortune match at Final Testimony.
Championships: EWO Television Championship (T-Dynamite) EWO Tag Team Championships (TEC and Sophie Schrieber) IPGT Jr. Heavyweight Championship (TEC) EWO World Women's Championship (Sophie Schrieber)