Published on April 16th, 2016 | by Pro Wrestling Stories0
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April 16, 2016
After a few weeks of traveling outside of the country and a week of work back in the bag, it feels great to be sitting down and writing new content for Pro Wrestling Stories again! I apologize that the stories haven’t been coming in quite as regularly as in the past. Speaking candidly, when the word ‘we’ is used on this site, it should actually read ‘I’. This website is run by one person only, me, a 33-year-old primary school teacher out of London who really enjoys writing music (see the link in the sidebar for the band ‘Sterling Avenue’) and writing, in general, spending time with my wife and friends and of course, professional wrestling. To break up the weekends, I love sharing stories I may have read or heard during the week either on /r/SquaredCircle, shoot interviews on YouTube or from wrestling related autobiographies or books. With pulling in over 60 hours a week at work and a baby on the way, it has been quite difficult finding the time to sit down and share my passion with you all (220,000 unique visitors from 187 countries, according to the latest figures from Google Analytics)! Though please know, stories will continue to come in, including our interview with the brother of the late Chris Candido and a humorous story after I publish this post revolving around sounds and smells escaping from wrestlers during matches.
Calling on Writers!
If you do some professional wrestling related writing or have a website similar to this one and would like to promote it via being a guest writer on this site, please get in touch! I love having others get involved here sharing their take on things. With over 300,000 unique page views a month, this would be a great opportunity for writers to promote their work on our site. We have already had Marc Madison from The Richest and Joey Finnegan from Nerdopotamus.net join us here on Pro Wrestling Stories and would love to continue to grow a list of guest writers for the site as only good come from this – most notably, more content for you! If this is something you may be interested in getting involved in, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, by Twitter or Facebook. As well, if you’re thinking about becoming a regular writer here on our site, write me telling me why!
All the best to you all and I hope you continue to enjoy the content I put out there from behind the curtain wall!