Happy first birthday to us!
We are celebrating WrestleTalk Magazine heading into its second year of existence with a jam-packed Issue 7, containing more news, features and reviews than you can shake a stick at!
Our bi-monthly print tome features 48 full colour pages of interactive goodness, with exclusive free content via our groundbreaking QR codes, giving readers access to additional video and audio content.
Our cover star is Cody, fresh of winning the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship at All In. That he has since lost the title is irrelevant – we pride ourselves on chronicling historically important events in WrestleTalk Magazine and this image is as iconic as they come. As you might expect, All In gets an in-depth review within the pages of the mag.
In the second annual State Of The Game special we analyse all of the major wrestling promotions from around the world, including WWE, NJPW, ROH, Impact, PROGRESS and several others. We assess their current standings within the grap game, the strength of their overall brand, the quality of the product and their future prospects.
We kept former Power Slam editor Findlay Martin busy this issue, giving him the monumental task of keeping up with WWE’s seemingly-endless stream of content. Fin covers NXT TakeOver Brooklyn, SummerSlam and Hell In A Cell.
He also takes a look at Kenny Omega’s current status, his standing within the industry in 2018 and where his future might lie in 2019.
If you don’t have the time to consume all of the wrestling going on around the world (and let’s face it, who does these days?) we’ve got you covered. In addition to our round up of the big happenings on television from WWE, NXT, WOS Wrestling and Impact Wrestling, we have coverage from major indy shows PROGRESS Hello Wembley, PWG Battle Of Los Angeles, RevPro, Defiant, Joey Janela and plenty more.
Our classic content this month sees James Dixon review WrestleMania X, Fin Martin relive Rey Mysterio vs. Eddie Guerrero and Greg Lambert revisit the first ever Hell In A Cell match between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels.
Plus 10 For 10 looking at WCW concepts WWE could bring back, a bumper length Ask WrestleTalk, Shawn Michaels returning to the ring, the Brie Bella and Liv Morgan controversy, tons of news coverage, and much, much more.
Join us in our quest to help keep wrestling print media alive but picking up the issue from this link or by subscribing to the next year’s worth of issues to save money and ensure you never miss an issue.