WWE fans who have always dreamed of working for the company now have a huge opportunity. The creative media division in Stamford is looking for a new copywriter. The job will entail writing for use in broadcast and digital scripts and more.

The position was posted to WWE’s corporate jobs page. Writers with experience, an understanding of the product, and attention to detail are welcomed to apply. It could be a dream job for the right candidate. The posting can be read below:

“Who’s ready to get in the ring?! Not literally of course, the metaphorical copywriting ring at WWE! We are looking for a smart & savvy wordsmith to join WWE Media as a copywriter supporting the Creative Media Division. As part of CMD you’ll be directly involed with creating promos, cold opens, episodics, commercials, and much more. Here’s your chance to work with WWE Superstars and A-List talent across the entertainment industry. Make sure to come ready with your personal WWE Superstar moniker because you know we’re gonna ask!  

Title : Copywriter

What You’ll Do:

– Lead, formulate, and develop ideas that ladder up to the Creative Director – Copy

– Write for a host of media including digital, broadcast, manifestos, & scripts

– Work closely with internal teams in all stages of the creative process — from brainstorming to project delivery.

– Understand strategy to ensure all ideas align with the WWE brand.

– Demonstrate strong design skills *Indesign and Keynote a plus*

– Thrive under tight deadlines and can juggle multiple projects at once.

– Ability to think strategically and conceptualize big picture creative.

– Expert storytelling skills with the ability to self-edit.


– 2+ years of work experience as a copywriter *agency experience a plus*

– Understand the WWE brand voice to shape campaigns.

– Attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to self-manage time and output.

– Must be dependable, positive, open-minded, and be able to clearly communicate.


Adobe creative suite, Avid, Keynote”

Wrestling fans who have been looking for a new career and have the experience to back up their writing can apply now. The fast-paced, high pressure work environment might not fit everybody’s resume. For the right candidate, it could be the opportunity of a lifetime.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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