Nick Hausman

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Chicago, IL
Loyola University Chicago
Pro Wrestling, Improv, Craft Beer
  • Nick Hausman is a lifelong pro wrestling fan who has more than 15 years of experience in the business.
  • Prior to serving as the Managing Editor for Wrestling Inc., Hausman was the Executive Editor for WrestleZone.


In 2015, after much deliberation, Nick Hausman decided to retire as a pro wrestling manager and commit himself full-time to pro wrestling journalism. Partially because of his love of writing and pro wrestling but also, partially, because he was tired of falling down and getting hurt. He is proud to have held management roles with two of the planet's most trafficked websites for pro wrestling news. Hausman has also produced and co-hosted podcasts with WWE Hall of Famers Bret "Hitman" Hart, Sean "X-Pac" Waltman and former WCW President Eric Bischoff.


Nick Hausman attended Loyola University Chicago and served as the theater critic for their school paper, The Phoenix. Hausman is also a graduate of the Improv Olympic, The Annoyance, and ComedySportz improv training programs and went on to serve as a house ensemble member at each theater. His lifelong dedication to theater and the arts makes him uniquely qualified to bring a fun and critical eye to the colorful, wonderful world of professional wrestling.

Wrestling Inc. Editorial Policies

As the leading pro wrestling site in the world, Wrestling Inc. endeavors to provide comprehensive, up-to-the-minute, and on-the-ground coverage of all the major events and storylines in the wide world of professional wrestling.

Our team of editors and writers brings decades of industry experience to bear on our daily coverage, which includes breaking news, stats and results, color commentary, and in-depth research and original opinion pieces. Articles are reviewed regularly by our editors, advisors, and fact-checkers to ensure they're up to date, comprehensive, and helpful. See our full policy page for more on our editorial process.

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