Everybody's got their own style man, but the main thing you gotta remember is this: wrestling is a story, PERIOD. Without a story nobody gives a damn. If you guy to a high school wrestling meet for your cousin, you don't care till you're cousin is on. Your job as a writer is to make the people care about your characters.
Another thing to do is book in advance before you write ANY SHOWS. For example, the rumored WWE title match at Summer Slam this year is John Cena(c) vs. Alberto Del Rio. That was on the main page at least 2 months ago, and Summer Slam isn't till August. Three or Four big events is really good to have because it's like a check point. In the UWA as soon as Never Gonna Stop is over I'm already thinking about Fight Night in Vegas even though its like 2 or 3 PPV's away. And not only am I thinking about it, I've basically got 2 or 3 matches booked. When I write the UWA in my notebooks as soon as i finish with 1 ppv i skip 4 pages and write the card for the next one.
Just a few hints that I've used