How to become a WWE Writer (Kayfabe)

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Arrow, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. INTRODUCTION

    If you are a fan of WWE, and a writer, you may be able to combine those two interests into a job as a WWE writer. The WWE looks for new writers regularly, so if you know how to find job openings and are prepared to meet the qualifications, you may be able to land a WWE writing job.


    STEP 1:
    Earn a BA or BS degree in communications, media studies, film, drama, or a related subject. The WWE requires its writers to have a bachelor's degree in one of these fields.

    STEP 2:
    Gain appropriate work experience. The WWE expects its writers to have a minimum of three to five years of writing and production experience for network television. They prefer applicants with TV staff experience in comedy and drama and expect a high level of creativity and the ability to generate ideas quickly.
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    STEP 3:
    Gain extensive knowledge of the WWE and its storylines. The WWE expects its writers to have a high degree of expertise in its shows, personalities, and ongoing plots. They should know the WWE's audience and demographics and be prepared to work with TV personalities and other writers.

    STEP 4:
    Live in the Stamford, Connecticut, area or be prepared to relocate. Stamford is the home of the WWE corporate office, and writers are required to live in the area.

    STEP 5:
    Be willing to travel. The WWE may require writers to do some business travel as a part of their responsibilities.

    STEP 6:
    Monitor job openings. The WWE's corporate site regularly posts available positions, including those related to writing. When you find a suitable opening, you will be able to apply for it online via the site.​

    Source: http://www.ehow.com/how_4809525_become-wwe-writer.html
     
  2. I'm way too intelligent for those retards
     
  3. So basically "We'd prefer idiots than people like Heyman"
     
  4. "We'd prefer people who write horrible television shows for a living rather than actual wrestling minds."
     
  5. I myself can make better storylines of the length of 8 months in one weeks time.
    Also it would be good, rather than the sh*t we have to deal with sometimes.
     
  6. @[Crayo], I'm going to be the next COO of the WWE. When that happens, a lot is going to change in the WWE for the better.
     
  7. Unless you know the Mcmahon's personally or give the greatest blow jobs in the history of mankind, it's not happening
     
  8. I'm the best and most loyal person in the "VKM Kiss My Ass club"
     
  9. Lol! I would be a good WWE Writer for the WWE Creative without any of those requirements.
     
  10. Writer possiby, but I'm talking COO ;)
     
  11. Yeah, I want a job a tool like Freddie Prinze, Jr got

    Really? Freddie Prinze Jr? Freddie from Scooby Doo? I know what you did last Summer?


    Mr Freddie Michelle Gellar... the biggest tool, whose irrelevant wife makes more money than he does. Shucks
     
  12. It must be terrible doing this job if Vince is as over bearing as he is rumoured to be.
     
  13. He's a billionaire, what did you think he was like seabs? :facepalm:
     
  14. Bill Gates is a billionaire and I doubt he tells some bloke in marketing to change his idea 20 times hours before the campaign is going to begin.
     
  15. Ditto. But McMahon is a snobby rich billionaire, who hates to waste money.
     
  16. Hates to waste money??? News to me, i thought he loved it based on his business ventures like WWE Studios and the XFL

    not to mention how much he must have wasted on his wife's senate campaign that she will never get elected in