It is with the utmost honor and privilege that OWW Radio welcomes 5 Time WWF World Champion, 2 Time WWF Intercontinental Champion, 2 Time WWF Tag Team Champion, 1991 & 1993 King of the Ring, 1994 Royal Rumble Winner, 2 Time WCW World Champion, 4 Time WCW United States Champion, co-holder of the WCW Tag Team Titles, 6 Time Stampede North American Champion, 2003 PWI Stanley Watson Award Winner, 1996 Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Famer, Stampede Wrestling Hall of Famer, OWW Hall of Famer, and 2006 WWE Hall of Famer, the legendary Bret the Hitman Hart!OWW Radio Productions can confirm that Bret Hart will be a guest on OWW Radio very soon, and we’d like our listeners to be apart of this great occasion. If you have a question you’d like to ask the Hitman then please forward your question to email@example.com or leave a message on the OWW Radio Toll Free Number 1-866-543-6990
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Hello to all of my friends and heroes all across the pro-wrestling universe. This is your friendly neighborhood internet geek and OWW Editor-in-Chief, Brad Dykens, writing to you with this friendly email to say hello. I’m also taking this opportunity to check in to see how life has been treating you. The reason you are receiving this email is because you have a profile on my website, Online World of Wrestling - a profile which may, or may not, be in dire need of updating. So if you wouldn’t mind, could you take a moment to find your name in the vast Bios section of OWW. The names are listed alphabetically at www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/bios/ If you have any problems finding your name, let me know and I will assist you promptly.
When you’ve found your name, click it (with pride), and check out your exclusive OWW profile. Isn’t it pretty? After you’ve done that, copy and paste the web address into an email and send it to all of your friends to show them how awesome you are (not that they don’t already know). You could also plug it via your myspace, facebook, or twitter account if you wish. Don’t make me beg. Then when you calm down and the pulse of your honor goes back to normal, please let me know if there is anything I can do to your profile to bring it up to date. Help me turn it into the best possible tribute to your professional wrestling career by making sure everything is complete and accurate. Feel free to make as many suggestions or additions as you want, as I am literally begging for you to do so! Do you have something to plug? You’re encouraged to write in and help maintain the information on your profile because, let’s face it, there are about 4000 profiles and I’m only one man. Some of the best profiles are the ones where the wrestler(s) take an active roll in maintaining the info, title histories, and match results. All I ask is that you don’t just reply and say “get the info off my website.” I’m asking for a little effort on your part and that shouldn’t be too much to ask.
Do you like what you see? Take a look around at some other bios of your fellow wrestlers. You’re also welcome to write in with info on other wrestlers so I can update their profiles as well. We feature wrestlers all the way back to the early 1900’s so I’m sure you will find something of interest.
Do you want to share your stories? I love reading stories about wrestlers, especially from the “old” days. I enjoy posting these stories on the profile of the specific wrestler(s) involved. Do you have a good story that you’re just dying to tell? Send it to me and I’ll share it with the world.
We are actively seeking guest columnists. If you’re interested in writing a one-time column, or even a regular column, to be featured on one of the most popular wrestling websites on the internet, then be sure to let me know at email@example.com
If you’re interested in being a guest on OWW Radio, you can inquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re also encouraged to let your opinions be heard by joining the OWW Forums at www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/forums/
Have you lost touch with a colleague in the wrestling business? I get a kick out of reuniting wrestlers with past friends so why not let me try for you. What do you have to lose? I have contact with many wrestlers – past, present, and future – but only a small percentage of the overall number. So please help out by forwarding this email to as many of your wrestling friends as possible, as I am aware that not everybody knows that they are being proudly featured on Online World of Wrestling – and I like to think they would be happy to see their profile.
Thank you very much for reading this email and I look forward to further corresponding with you soon!
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Did you know that Online World of Wrestling has a radio show? We started it a few months ago and we have presented about a dozen really entertaining shows with some great interviews with past, current, and future stars of professional wrestling including Davey Richards, Jimmy Valiant, Cheerleader Melissa, Tito Santana, ROH's Cary Silken, Steve Corino, CAC's Karl Lauer, Harvey Wippleman aka Downtown Bruno, Dory Funk Jr., Debra Marshall, Nick Bockwinkel, Luna Vachon, Jay Shannon, and most recently an wonderful Tribute to Owen Hart show which got a ton of amazing feedback.
Check out some of our past shows at http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/oww/radio/
Feel free to leave us some feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org
So here's my official statement on my return to MySpace. I think it was about two years ago I got so fed up with how crappy MySpace had become with all the bots and spam, and poorly designed scripts etc etc. Every profile was full of crap that didn't mean anything. I abandoned this account and buried it in a shallow grave. About a year ago I became a facebook addict. Seriously that site is so well put together. I started logging into MySpace every so often just to contact certain wrestlers about their profile. I started noticing a lot of the features from facebook were being "borrowed" by myspace. Myspace began looking and feeling a lot like facebook. I can't deny that there are a lot of people on here, and with a friend list somewhere close to 4000 people, it would be a good tool to reach out to fans of Online World of Wrestling. So I'm back on MySpace, I switched on my email notifications, so I can respond more quickly. Please help me find my MySpace smile again; share your comments with me and teach me how to have fun on MySpace. Thanks to everyone for their support over the last 8 years, and I look forward to hearing from all of you soon.
For any wrestlers out there, check out www.onlineworldwrestling.com/bios/ and see if your profile is there. I invite all of you to write in and contribute to your profiles and help us keep the information up-to-date. I can be contacted here or by email at email@example.com
Brad Dykens - Editor In Chief