Brian Schiedel (born January 10, 1985) also known as Brian Zane, runs the YouTube channel Wrestling With Wregret (Also stylized as W³). He is a YouTuber from Portland, Oregon, who is currently living in Reno, Nevada. He is known for his commentary videos on Wrestling related topics.
Zane created his channel and uploaded his first video on June 13, 2013. On his channel you will find commentary vlogs about his opinion on Pro-Wrestling topics as well as reviews and Interviews. Throughout the years, his videos were removed from the site, but he has since re-edited the videos (under Wrestling With Wregret UNBLOCKED) so they can be uploaded back on YouTube.
Series on Channel
during his time on YouTube, Zane has made several different series on his channel.
Wrestling With Wregret
Wrestling With Wregret is Zane's signature show. This show is a variety show that covers different topic in the Pro-Wrestling Universe. Similar to content by Nostalgia Critic and Angry Video Game Nerd, Zane typically reviews the worst things in the Pro-Wrestling Universe, though he also does videos about the positives on occasion.
Kayfabe Kitchen is a cooking show Zane does. The recipes used is from the WWF cookbook from 2000 and its' sequel, J.R.'s Cookbook from 2003. He makes and tastes the food and gives a rating on it.
Getting Into the Biz
Getting Into the Biz is the series where Zane takes his experience in wrestling and answers questions and offers advise
Zane has been involved in professional wrestling on the independent level as both a wrestler and a manager since 2006. He was trained in wrestling in Portland, Oregon by "Playboy" Buddy Rose and Ed Wiksoski. Brian got married in 2010 and has 2 kids. he stated in a live stream that his wife and kids have appeared in a video before but he wants to keep his family/personal life private.
- He has featured several Pro Wrestling stars in his videos, including WWE Superstar Brodus Clay, Jim Cornette and Brian Danovich.
- Brian sometimes has months of topics currently going through Marine month but