About Us

RingsideNews is privately owned and operated. The website was launched back in 2007 by Steve Carrier and has been overseeing the website operations.

RingsideNews was originally known to many of it’s readers as WrestleAttitude.com. After the domain name RingsideNews.com was purchased, Steve figured it would be best to merge the names into one site, as Ringside News is much more marketable name, easier to brand and most easiest for readers to remember.

Since the merger of the two websites, RingsideNews has been able to reach millions across the globe by word of mouth, link backs, search engines and social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat, Tumblr, Pinterest, and YouTube.

Our work has been featured by popular publications such as Bleacher Report, USA Today, FOX Sports, WhatCulture and several other main stream media outlets. Ringside News has been mentioned many times in The Wrestling Observer News letter and Wrestling Observer Radio for breaking several big stories in the wrestling industry. We have continued to prove not only to our readers but also to our peers that we are a well trusted source for professional wrestling news.

In addition to finding our work featured on other sites, Ringside News also is part of the Facebook’s News Index as well as Google News’ index and we have been in a business affiliate with USA Today Sports for the last several years.

Our mission at Ringside News is to provide our readers with the most accurate professional wrestling news, spoilers and rumors with our around-the-clock coverage. The Ringside News writing staff goes out of their way to deliver original content at it’s highest quality.

The Ringside News Team:

Steve Carrier
Founder
Steve is the Founder of Ringside News. He has been writing about professional wrestling dating back to 1997. He first got into website development at the time and has been focused on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.
Steve is responsible for the Ringside News' branding, marketing, advertising, staffing and the overall funcunality of the website. Steve also designed and developed our mobile app, which is available for download at RingsideApps.com. The app is used by thousands of people on a daily basis and is highly recommend for anyone that wants to stay in the loop on the latest happenings in professional wrestling.
Outside of Ringside News' duties, Steve has previously worked for several other websites. When Steve was just only 15 years old, he was the managing editor of Wrestlezone and also Pro Wrestling. Those two sites were at the time considered the two most popular professional wrestling websites. Steve has also contributed news previously for WrestlingInc, SEScoops, EWrestlingNews and NoDQ.com. Steve would eventually departure from these sites so his main focus could be the success of Ringside News.
Outside of work, Steve's hobbies include going to sporting events & comedy shows, watching movies, working on cars, listening to music, working out and visiting the beaches in Florida.
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H Jenkins
Editor
H Jenkins first started writing articles about WWE and booking fantasy matches with Ric Flair vs Jake Roberts in his notepad in school. Following a career in finance, Jenkins joined the Ringside News team. His mission is to present the facts no matter how pretty, or ugly they might be.
H Jenkins is responsible for maintaining the highest level of news on Ringside News on a daily basis. His duties includes writing, editing, research, photo editing, video editing and lately he has been working on marketing. If you can't get ahold of Steve, he's probably your next best option.
Hobbies include pro beachballs at pro wrestling shows, pro dives if someone catches, anti bullies, olives, and pineapples on pizza.
Jenkins' favorite matches are Shane McMahon vs Steve Blackman, Sting vs Jeff Hardy, Ethan Page vs Karate Man (dream match).
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Felix Upton
News Contributor
Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.
While working at Ringside News, Felix has strived to provide around-the-clock coverage of WWE, AEW, Impact Wrestling and Ring of Honor news, rumors, spoilers and results.
When Felix is not working he likes to bungee jump off bridges and learning extinct languages.
Felix's favorite wrestlers are The Repo Man, Great Khali, Haystacks Calhoun and Asuka.
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Phillip Hendrix
News Correspondant
Phillip has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.
Phillip provides daily coverage of WWE, AEW, Impact Wrestling and New Japan wrestling news coverage at Ringside News.
Phillip currently wishes to see Hangman Adam Page defeat Kenny Omega for the AEW World Title in 2021.
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Harry Kettle
News Contributor
Sports writer covering pro wrestling, MMA & football. Forever dreaming of a world where Jeff Hardy wins the strap one more time.
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Martin Dickinson
Results Correspondent
Martin Dickinson is from Manchester, England and has graduated from Salford University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Art and is currently working on a Master Degree in Psychology.
Martin has been watching wrestling weekly since 2005. He was a Moderator on the old ProWrestlingScoop forums from 2009-2014 and currently writes weekly for the websites: The Last Word on Pro Wrestling, Smark Out Moment and The Wrestling Movement.
Martin's duties at Ringside News include the weekly live play-by-play coverage of AEW Dynamite and also the coverage of Impact Wrestling pay-per-view events.
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Curtis Dillion
Results Correspondent
Curtis Dillon is a freelance writer from a tiny village in Northern Ireland. He's also lived in Virginia and Ontario.
Curtis does our weekly live match-by-match coverage of WWE RAW and SmackDown for Ringside News. In addition to SmackDown, Curtis also does WWE & NXT special event coverage as well. He has been helping out at for Ringside News for many years.
When he's not writing wrasslin' results you can find him in a forest, wearing the merch of an obscure band, listening to some kind of gaming, wrestling, or murdering podcast.
Curtis believes that the G.O.A.T of professional wrestling is Stone Cold Steve Austin. Though it could also be Shawn Michaels and sometimes it's definitely The Undertaker.
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Adam Dunnells
Results Correspondent
Adam Dunnells has been watching wrestling since he was a kid, growing up at the same time WCW was on the decline. After walking away from watching wrestling in 2012, he came back in 2016 and hasn't been able to stop, joining Ringside News in 2019 as the SmackDown results coverage guy.
Adam's hobbies include reading, writing, checking out comic books, and playing video and board games. Adam is also currently working on his MA and PhD in English literature at the University of Southern Mississippi.
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