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I have been a fan of professional wrestling almost my entire life. My earliest memories include watching the buildup to the first WrestleMania! It has been a dream come true to be able to write about the greatest sport in the world.
I came to Bleacher Report in September 2012 and was fortunate enough to become a Featured Columnist in October 2012. I am grateful for the opportunity to be here and am equally thankful to all of you who made my articles a success.
I have also been a writer for as long as I've been a wrestling fan. In the sixth grade I started my school's first writing club. I've worked for Parade Magazine and Better Nutrition Magazine and my articles have appeared in TUSK, Victorian Homes and Romantic Homes. My celebrity interviews include Maureen Taylor and Wes Cowan of the PBS show, History Detectives.
If you look real hard, you might be able to find some of my work on eHow and About.com.
My article about Thomas John Barnardo for Victorian Homes Magazine was nominated for an Amy Foundation Writing Award.
Hey man, thanks! Really appreciate it, even if I didn't post to you about it:)
I'll be sure to check it out. Before I start reading it(gotta figure out how you open it), what is it about? I read some of the introductions too.
I just noticed, of late I haven't read any article of yours. So I checked your profile & it appears you have left b/r. I wanted to say, I really appreciate your work. Will miss you here at b/r.
I know you are not writing here anymore, but I had to fan you to show my respect to one of the all time greats in BR history:)
i mate. Just need you to do me a favor here. When WWE described Jeff Hardy as “one of the most popular WWE Champions in history” in their bio of him on his Alumni page, did they mean he was one of the most popular guys when he WWE Champion, or just one of the most popular guys overall? And what does ‘WWE Champions’ mean here; a WWE Champion (like John Cena is now) or any Champion in WWE like Curtis Axel or Ambrose for example. Thanks in advance, Travis!
Ill take a look :) But I can say that Im proud to have been able to read your articles :) NEVER FORGET THE MAN THEY CALL TRAVIS TAYLOR!!! :D
Will you be on WE?
sure will miss you,*
Will do sir, thanks again for your time we sure will miss as WWE would say best of luck on your future endeavors! :D