Two New Wrestling Personalities Join Wrestle Zone Staff

Chris Cash


We continue to try and provide you all with the best that wrestling has to offer. One of the ways we are attempting to do that is through exclusive material that you can only find here on WrestleZone.com! With that said, the latest additions to the writing team are former WCW and TNA superstar, Glenn Gilbertti (formerly Disco Inferno) and former WCW and TNA announcer/interview, Scott Hudson!

Glenn Gilbertti worked for WCW as the Disco Inferno from 1995-2001. He was a WCW Television Champion and shared the WCW Tag Team titles with Alex Wright in the Dancing Fools. From 2002-2004, he worked for TNA under his real name and on the October 18th edition of Impact, Glenn reappeared on TNA television for an interview segment and a match with Abyss.

Glenn will be writing original articles each week in the Columns section here on WrestleZone.com. Also, head over to the official forums where you can personally ask any question you may have for the former disco dancer! Glenn will be in there on a regular basis to interact with you one-on-one.

To submit questions for Glenn: CLICK HERE!

Scott Hudson was a former WCW announcer. He worked mostly on WCW Saturday Night and did get the chance to announce the final edition of Monday Nitro in 2001. He had a short stint with WWE once WCW was bought out, but turned down a full-time job with the WWE. He then went to work with TNA as an announcer and backstage interview.

He is currently out of wrestling for the most part, but will be writing exclusive commentary here on WrestleZone.com. Plus, you can find him in the official forums where you can submit your questions for him personally. I know Scott very well and can vouch for his knowledge and experience within the business. He is straight-forward and never shys away from a question.

To submit questions for Scott Hudson: CLICK HERE!

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