Bodyslam.net is a privately owned and operated website.
The website was established back in November of 2017 by Cassidy Haynes and officially launched January 1st, 2018. Cassidy has been overseeing the website operations since it’s conception.
Bodyslam.net was originally known to some as cheap-heat.com, where we primarily focused on independent wrestling. However, after heavy consideration a decision was made to rebrand the website and branch out to cover a broader range of wrestling.
Since the rebranding, Bodyslam.net has been able to reach millions of readers across the globe through word of mouth, link backs, search engines and through our social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
We have had our work featured on such popular publications as Forbes, Bleacher Report, FOX Sports, WhatCulture, Cageside Seats, and several other mainstream media outlets. Bodyslam.net has also been cited many times in The Wrestling Observer Newsletter and our work discussed on Wrestling Observer Radio for breaking numerous big stories.
We continue to strive to prove not only to our readers, but also to our peers that we are a reliable and well trusted source for professional wrestling news.
Cassidy Haynes: Owner/Founder
Born – March 9th, 1983
Resides – Asheville, North Carolina
Cassidy began covering pro wrestling news back in the late 90’s taking a few years off during his college years in the early to mid 2000’s before deciding to get back into the game in 2008.
Morgan Eris: Copy Editor/Contributing Writer
Morgan has spent 21 years in and out of the writing industry, primarily focused on pop culture and music coverage before returning to her one true love, wrestling. To her credit, she’s been published on Bloody-Disgusting.com, The Pit: SE, and has held down the roles of A/E Editor, Layout Editor and Editor-in-Chief for two college newspapers in California. She has also produced and ran her own semester long radio shows in Ann Arbor, MI and Chicago, IL. Currently, you can always find her terrorizing netizens on Twitter (she will not give Elon the satisfaction of calling it X) as well as the the populace of the Greater Chicago region.