Joe fell off a Cell in '96 but no one ever talks about that one. He is a chihuahua wrangler and pug enthusiast, with the proud distinction of loving Otis Dozovic more than anyone on earth could ever hope to. He's from the greatest city in the world. No not that one. He means Manchester, England. Don't laugh.
He puts the 'Bi' in 'Big Nasty Bastard', and can be found creating progressive wrestling memes and making just the silliest puns ever at @joedeltoro, and he also hopes you have a lovely day.
Andrew resisted the indoctrination efforts of Hulkamania as a child but found himself swayed by the smooth talking of Jake Roberts and the batshit crazy of the Macho Man. His titles include Pro Wrestling Referee, Editor, Writer, YouTuber, and most lately, shiftless layabout. He spouts a lot of nonsense at @SuicidePrinny on Twitter and tries to be more professional at @Andrew_Brinkley.
Lover of wrasslin', reader of comics and a university graduate with the soul of a vagabond. Follow me on Twitter (@TYNereim) and be sure to check out my webcomics.
Will's interest in wrestling was first piqued when he wasn't quite sure if he was scared of Goldust or fancied him; 16 years on, he knows it was probably a bit of both. He enjoys watching more wrestling than is medically advisable, and writing about its sheer glorious absurdities. You can find him on Twitter at @REMAININLlGHT.
Noah is a student from Nowhere Important, Lincolnshire born in 1999 just to make you feel old. His earliest wrestling memories include dislocating his shoulder when trying to be Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat against his brothers, and murdering everyone as Goldberg in Here Comes the Pain! on PS2. He also won a prize at the Attitude Era Podcast's live show so he is basically Kefin's newest best friend.
Lloyd Pyes is a twenty-five year old dunce who lives in Brooklyn, NY. His hobbies include thinking too hard about wrestling, dogs, and turning his punkhouse into a punkhome. He's single to the surprise of nobody and can be found being decent at best on twitter, @ldpyes.
Sarah Parkin first watched professional wrestling aged 11. She found out that The Undertaker and Kane aren't really brothers at the age of 22. When she's not being slow on the uptake, she spends much of her time marking out for The Undertaker and insisting Bull Nakano should be in the Hall of Fame.
Michael has been following the King of Sports since the late 1980s and can still remember the night his Dad knocked on the door pretending to be the Police when he was dubbing a VHS Copy of Wrestlemania 3. He writes about wrestling semi-regularly for Atomic Elbow Magazine.
Jamie MacDonald is a barbell-biffing, shin-swinging meatgoon from northeast Nova Scotia. His blood primarily consists of plasma, caffeine, and a liquid form of Demolition Hammer’s “Epidemic of Violence” album. When he’s not watching Simpsons episodes from 1993, you can find him talking about what’s happening in both pro wrestling and MMA on The Scrap, as well as video games from both worlds on The Scrap Arcade.
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George Twigg is a UK-based writer who first watched wrestling in 2001 to seem cool in the playground. The street cred you can gain from watching wrestling has diminished, but his fandom hasn't. He is currently working on a novel about the birth of wrestling in Japan, and loves you all very much. Even you, Tim.
Matt McCullough is a writer from Chicago, IL where he lives with his dog/roommate, Foster. He first started watching wrestling when the Mega Powers exploded at Wrestlemania V and hasn’t really looked back since.