The Sun Online: June 2001 - Present
With the popularity of wrestling growing all the time in the UK, The Sun spotted the need for a column about the grap game. The LilsBoys were hired and wrote their first piece on King Of The Ring 2001.
They have been penning a weekly column ever since, which appears on the sports pages of The Sun's website each Thursday.
They have interviewed almost lots of big names in the wrestling business including Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Ric Flair, Bret Hart, Dynamite Kid, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mick Foley, Booker T, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Edge, Batista and John Cena.
The two biggest controversies were Flair calling Foley a “stunt man” and then-Raw star Batista saying Smackdown “makes me sick”  - which led to real-life and WWE storyline bust-ups between Foley and Flair and Batista and Booker T.
TalkSPORT: Nov 2001 - Nov 2002
WrestleCast: June 2006 - Present
Simon returned to the airwaves in June 2006 with a grappling podcast.
He and Radio 1's Joel Ross record a show roughly once a month when a big star is in town to join them. Previous guests include Randy Orton, Mick Foley and Chris Benoit, in one of his last interviews before he died in June 2007. Simon and Joel also conducted a controversial interview with Mr. Kennedy about the WWE's Wellness Policy, released shortly before Kennedy was suspended by WWE for obtaining steroids over the Internet.
- Sibley, A (August 18, 2003). "Celebrating a year of those LilsBoys". Wrestling101. Retrieved August 18, 2003.
- LilsBoy, S and LilsBoy, R (April 17, 2004). "Ric is naughty by Nature". The Sun. Retrieved April 17, 2004.
- LilsBoy, S and LilsBoy, R (January 10, 2006). "Batista’s Bombshells". The Sun. Retrieved January 10, 2006.
- PWTorch.com (June 10, 2006). "What Started The Booker T-Batista Fight". Headline Planet. Retrieved June 10, 2006.[dead link]
- Anon. "A-Z Of Hawksbee & Jacobs". talksport1089.com.
- LilsBoy, S and Ayass, D (April 12, 2007). "On the road to WrestleMania 23". The Sun. Retrieved April 12, 2007.[dead link]