Sports magazines have niches for every genre and wrestling is no exception. WWE magazines have been around for the past 30 years featuring some of the best sports photography in the industry. As a photographer for wrestling you are granted unprecedented access to the ring, back stage areas, and the inside world of the sport.
Wrestling has been around since the turn of the century beginning with old carnival barkers drawing in crowds to watch men wrestle with wildlife, giant men fighting 98 pound weaklings (planted in the audience) so the little man could pull off a David vs Goliath win. From those early days of wrestling came a multi-million dollar empire followed by millions of fans world wide.
The stories of the unknown wrestler and their humble beginnings to filling sports arenas with thousands of people are what keep people on the edge of their seats, making little boys of today dream about becoming the next Hulk Hogan or John Cena. Wrestling magazines are not only pages of history, but stories of dreams with some extreme photography and pull out posters.