Every WWE wrestler wants to be a champion or contender and to appear on each pay-per-view and episode of the television show to which he or she is attached. Every wrestler is desirous of creative atte...
Findlay is the former editor of Power Slam, a monthly wrestling magazine based in the United Kingdom, and author of three eBooks on pro wrestling. He has been writing about wrestling since 1992.
Articles by Findlay Martin
Just how important is a wrestler’s image? Is it the be-all and end-all in the business?
It’s a familiar story.
One of the most appealing aspects of being a WWE fan is trying to distinguish between the planned and unplanned output from the company.
WWE’s Golden Era of 1984-1993 was a period of tremendous change in the promotion.
There are few wrestlers like John Cena who have worked in WWE for an extended period and always remained on good terms with promoter Vince McMahon. Even Shawn Michaels, one of the company’s most rever...
Every wrestler aspires to achieve main event stardom and attain the riches and perks such a position provides. In WWE, many main eventers work part time schedules and fly first class and are provided ...