WrestlePages.com was founded in 2000 by teen brothers Brandon and Justin Fritz. The website was a staple of the Internet Wrestling Community (IWC) in the early online days of professional wrestling, even garnering attention from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
In June 2019, IWC veteran Richard Gray decided to revive the domain and website to make his comeback following a three-year hiatus.
Richard has covered professional wrestling since November 1999 and has gained a reputation for producing quality wrestling news content and breaking numerous stories throughout the industry. He is the owner of WrestlePages.com, which is the first publication of its kind.
The vision of Wrestle Pages is simple – bring quality back to professional wrestling news, while providing a website that is easy to navigate and based on community. As opposed to advertisements, Wrestle Pages functions as a subscription based website to make it fully user supported.
Rather than a website loaded down with copy/paste stories and clickbait headlines stuffed in-between advertisements, Wrestle Pages provides its users with a unique experience. Here, the user can stay up to date with the latest in professional wrestling while also being able to interact with others.
The unique element of quality content, paired with community is our model to drive the internet wrestling community forward. We encourage our users to participate with us, enjoying our content and creating their own at the same time. By doing this, Wrestle Pages aims to set the standard for insider publications going forward.