Double Zed

Double Zed

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Double Zed (real name Ashley Anderson) is a high school student currently studying English, Economics, Computing and Maths. His aspires to accomplish his dream of becoming a successful sports writer for a national newspaper.

His hobbies include playing sports, writing and watching movies. Sports quickly became his life, after watching football from a young age, his love for the game progressed to being one of the most important parts of him.

With football, WWE has also been a major part of Double Zed's life. He has been an avid fan since he was 5 years old, and continues to hold it as an integral part of his daily routine. Love for the WWE has never stopped nor ever will, and he holds hope for a job covering it.

On Bleacher Report, Zed sees it as an opportunity to enhance his writing ability and learning more about the profession he intends to pursue. He will write analytical articles predominantly on WWE and also plans to help this section to continue to flourish.

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  • Maria Cane posted 980 days ago

    Maria Cane

    Check out the NEW November MC Report analyzing an approach on the outcome of Rock vs. Cena at Wrestlemania. Comments, retweets, anything is appreciated!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/953694-the-mc-report-why-john-cena-winning-wont-even-matter-anymore

  • Anthony Vitale posted 989 days ago

    Anthony Vitale

    Thank you for the link!

    I thought it was a great first article. As you learn more about various writing formats that Bleacher Report offers, you will be able to reach your full potential. I think that slideshow style writing is good for you, but feel free to experiment!

    One tip on your future articles: Make sure that your argument covers all the points. In your slideshow, I could see why you would choose some of the times. However, you failed to write down your logic that brought you to that decision. The reader is left guessing.

    Other than that, it was a great article and I'm looking forward to reading your future pieces.

    Good job!