Established in 1997 by Greg Oliver and John Powell, as a part of the CANadian Online Explorer — CANOE (get it?) website, Slam Wrestling benefited for its first 23 years from its partnerships with Sun Media, Quebecor and Postmedia.

On June 1, 2020, was launched, and the partnership with Postmedia came to a close. It is incorporated in the Province of Ontario.

The Slam Wrestling team is primarily made up of professional journalists, who generally have other full-time work of their own. The site covers pro wrestling with the respect that it deserves. To that end, scroll down to see some of the historical columns and editorials that prove that has always been in the fight.

We encourage you to link to, and tell other fans about our site, whatever your favorite method is.


Co-Founders, Owners and Contributors: Greg Oliver, John Powell and Bob Kapur.

Producer: Greg Oliver
Editor-in-Chief: John Powell
Hollywood Headlock Editor: Dave Hillhouse
“The Gary Howard Memorial Library” Book Editor: Greg Oliver
Grappling with Gaming Editor: John Powell
Music for Cauliflower Ears Editor: Bob Kapur
Photo Editor: Mike Mastrandrea

Senior Editors
Jamie Hemmings
Bob Kapur
Dale Plummer

Senior Reporters
Matt Bishop
Steven Johnson
Alexandra Robertson
Kari Williams

Matthew Asher
Matthew Byer
Ranjan Chhibber
Jason Clevett
Don Davies
Marty Goldstein
C Nathan Hatton
Gavin Hillhouse
Nolan Howell
Stephen Dean Johnson
Jon Langmead
Matthew McFarlin
Ryan Nation
Alex Podgorski
R. Caleb Smith
Marshall Ward
Bradley Craig
Greg Mosorjak
Amos Mina

Ricky Havlik
Joe Hrycych
Brad McFarlin
Minas Panagiotakis
George Tahinos

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Mat Matters: So long but not goodbye

Mat Matters: Saying goodbye to Slam Wrestling

Mat Matters: In tribute to good friends

SLAM! Wrestling staff chat

Slam Wrestling: John Molinaro chat

SLAM! Wrestling Chat – John Powell & Greg Oliver

Mat Matters: WWF media policy a joke

Mat Matters: WWF should just relax

Mat Matters: An open letter to WWFE

Mat Matters: WWF shuts out wrestling media…again

Mat Matters: Readers respond to new WWF policy