By day, Jason Mann is a mild-mannered Central Ohio copy editor getting by in the crazy world of newspapers. By night (and often very early in the morning), he’s a blogger and podcaster who shares the love and knowledge for pro wrestling that he’s gained as a fan since 1986. In March 2010, he began a podcast and blog with friends Seth Roy and Josh Hachat called Wrestlespective, which specializes in analyzing past matches and stories. He can also be found in constant conversation about pro wrestling on Twitter. In addition to wrestling, he also loves NBA basketball, classic movies, and learning about new things.
Wrestlespective: Website / Twitter / Facebook / Subscribe to posts / Subscribe to podcasts / iTunes
K Sawyer Paul
K Sawyer Paul is a novelist and graphic designer living in Toronto. His wrestling-based writing has included The Moss-Covered, Three-Handled Family Gredunza, Fake Vince McMahon,
Footnotes of Wrestling, and International Object. His goal is to spread the idea that professional wrestling is a complicated and misunderstood art form.
K Sawyer Paul: Website / Twitter / International Object / International Object Podcast / International Object Twitter
TH is a graduate of Drexel University with a bachelor of science in materials science and engineering. However, despite that predilection towards development of the right side of his brain by trade, he’s always had a soft spot for writing. At Drexel, he wrote for the Triangle, the school newspaper, for three years, as well as handling copy editing and online publication. He got into the blogging game writing an e-wrestling blog known as Random Ramblings of an E-Fed Lifer.
However, along with writing, his passion is professional wrestling. A fan since his youth, TH cut his teeth mostly on the WWF in the late ’80s and early ’90s before adding ECW to his fandom in the later part of the decade. Now, he consumes any pro wrestling he can, and writes about it wherever they’ll let him. When not watching, writing or pretending to be involved in wrestling, TH spends his time raising his family, dabbling in being an amateur chef and yelling at his television whenever one of his beloved sports teams, the Flyers, Phillies, Eagles and Sixers.
TH: The Wrestling Blog / Camel Clutch Blog / Twitter / Tumblr / Subscribe
Razor is a lifelong wrestling fan, from the days of watching in his grandfather’s living room to his career path, wrestling has run parallel with his life. In 2003, he entered to world of broadcasting with hopes of becoming the next Jim Ross, and that path brought him to his second love, radio. Throughout his radio career, Razor’s worked in almost every format, from oldies to alt rock, and officially made it in the business when he was fired for the first time in late 2006.
Before his return to radio in the fall of 2009, Razor decided to use his broadcasting background with something related to wrestling, and after years of being fed up with the traditional wrestling media, Kick-Out!! Wrestling was born. The site’s official podcast, Kick-Out!! Radio was launched in June of 2009, a one-man show discussing current events in the world of wrestling with the occasional slice of ridiculous.
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Logan Stallings (also known as Garcian Smith) is a Psychology student at the University of Florida. He’s working on an English minor. In his spare time he likes writing prose and poetry, as well as fantasizing about wrestling Chris Jericho and stealing all of Raven’s gimmicks.
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