Andy Nichols is a long time professional wrestling advocate. Originally from Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, he now lives in Wilmington, NC. You may know him from his work in the music industry, having interviewed and worked with many Hall Of Fame and Grammy winning artists. You may also remember him from his days as “The Greenport Destroyer” from his telephone hotline in the 90s or his stint as heel deputy commissioner in the LIWF. If you really go way back, like the late 80s and early 90s, you might recall his newsletters, WWOPW (WIDE WORLD OF PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING) and WRESTLING UPDATE. Follow Andy on twitter at http://twitter.com/AYP_MrNevaDedd.
Dr. Lewis Feinman
The self proclaimed Doctor of Combat Sports, some of Lewis’ earliest memories are of watching television wrestling. He’s been following the American wrestling scene almost his entire life, the international wrestling scene since the late 80’s, and the MMA scene since it’s birth in the mid-90’s. Hailing and residing in Tucson, AZ, Lewis broke into the pro ranks in early 1997 and worked into the early 2000’s as “King” & “Mr. Hardway” Milo Watson until a series of concussions and injuries sidelined him for good. His wrestling business exploits weren’t just limited to working in the ring as he also picked up the fine arts of booking, announcing, & production. After a long hiatus that included graduating from college, working at an advertising firm, working in bar management, and running an information technology business, Lewis revived the Milo Watson character in 2014 and brought him to Tucson’s High Impact Wrestling where Milo was an on-screen announcer/character & Lewis was an administrator/advisor in the office until July 2015. In October 2015 he joined Rising Phoenix Wrestling in an administrative role and is currently helping the company restructure and relaunch in 2016. Follow Lewis on twitter at http://twitter.com/LewisFeinman.
Hailing from the Jersey Shore in NJ, MJ has been a fan of wrestling and sports entertainment since she was in diapers! From Saturday Night Main Events, WWF cartoons, to RAW and Smackdown! MJ has also been writing since the age of nine and currently can follow her at several different Hip-Hop and poetry sites and blogs. Sit back, get ready because “It’s Time to Play the Game” at AYP Wrestling! Follow MJ on twitter at http://twitter.com/SavinoOrtiz.