Write For Us

First and foremost, thank you for having an interest in wanting to write for Pro Wrestling Stories! What we offer on our site is a deep knowledge of the business of professional wrestling. We offer backstage stories and a historical insight into the happenings that went on once the cameras stopped rolling. What you’ll find is a group of writers coming together from different walks of life and different parts of the world to offer something truly unique and memorable that can’t be found anywhere else in this niche. When you become part of our team, you’ll be treated like family, your ideas will be respected, and your work will be read by hundreds of thousands of readers each month. If you feel you can offer something that would benefit our team, get in touch! We are looking for writers who can contribute one or two articles a week. There will be further new and exciting opportunities to come in the next few months.


No, but it is recommended. While you don’t need any impressive qualifications to become a part of the Pro Wrestling Stories team, we welcome those with a sincere passion for writing and have a vast background knowledge of the history of pro wrestling. A solid grasp of English grammar and punctuation rules helps, too!

Understand that all work on the site will be edited. Publishing quality work is a team effort here. Your articles may go through multiple levels of editing. This is a normal part of the process before articles go live to the public, so being comfortable with receiving and giving feedback is paramount.


Writers on the site have free reign over their own topics and content so long as it’s pro wrestling in nature. Writers make a pitch to our editor each week and an article idea is then chosen. Backstage stories like funny/horrible ribs, crazy nights out, or real-life altercations are the kinds of stories that tend to perform really well on the site. Lists are welcome, too, though we try not to post too many of these as they veer too much into the “opinion” side of things. Please note that we will only post stories that can be verified. This is done by including direct quotes from autobiographies, other publications, interviews, etc. Our site’s reputation hangs on the line when we put something out as true, therefore we like to back up all of our pieces with as many reputable sources as possible.


Quite frankly, editorials such as reviews, PPV/weekly show recaps, the best match of the week/month/year types of articles, or rumor pieces are not fitting for a site like ours. We have dabbled in trying these sorts of pieces in the past but found they did not perform well compared to our story pieces and it wasn’t worth the time or effort that goes into writing these sorts of pieces. Besides, readers can find pieces like this on countless other wrestling websites online. We deliver unique, entertaining factual information and interviews from a neutral or third-person point-of-view. Unless an opinion piece allows unique insight or access to the wrestling business, please do not send editorial pitches as these will be turned down. A good way to see what hits and what misses is to browse the articles we have already on the site.


While we don’t have a word count expectation, anywhere between 600 and 4000 words are the most suitable for online readership.


When you submit your work to us, it can either go into the body of the e-mail or inside of a word document. We’ll handle all the formatting ourselves on the site. We also offer opportunities for more senior writers to have a login on the site where you can draft and edit your pieces directly onto the site.


You definitely don’t need to. We’ll happily handle photos unless you have a preference for pictures you’d like to have used in your piece.


Send the following info along to admin@prowrestlingstories.com:

– Your name and a bit about yourself.
– Your availability to contribute.
– A pitch/submission.
– The type of articles you would like to write.

We just ask that you send us your ideas and receive the go-ahead from us before writing your piece. After it’s been submitted to us by e-mail, we will give any feedback on the piece and recommend any changes that need to take place before it goes live. We’ll handle the rest from our end. We of course reserve the right not to publish a piece if we don’t think it will perform well on the site. That said, we do try our best to be nice about these sorts of things and do our utmost to edit each of the articles so that they are the best that they can be for public consumption. All of the writers on the site have “real-life” day jobs and a few of us have small kids at home, so we cannot promise your piece will go up straight away, but we will do our best to have it up within a few days of receiving it!

Please note – If you have work that is already hosted on other websites, blogs, social media platforms etc, we cannot republish this content. We also kindly ask that any work published on our site is not reproduced on another website.

We also reserve the rights to all pieces submitted and used on our site.

Find out more about who we are and what we do on our about us page. We look forward to hearing from you!


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