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Exciting new features & contributors for Issue 22! We’re very excited to welcome Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp to the team as a feature writer and Talksport’s Alex McCarthy as our lead news writer!

- Resurrection Of Randy Orton – Has 2020 actually been the year of The Legend Killer? We assess the potential next steps for Orton by, first, looking at his past.

 

 

- Summerslam & Payback – Two centre piece shows in seven days. But was it enough to make the horror show that was Extreme Rules a distant memory?

 

 

- Explosive FTR Interview – In one of our most revealing interviews ever, FTR discuss what tag team wrestling should be, who the (surprise) best wrestler in WWE is and who genuinely dislikes them backstage in AEW.

 

 

- Takeover XXX – Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp joins the WrestleTalk Magazine team for the first time ever to look at the 30th instalment of NXT’s special event. Was it unfairly lost in a weekend of hot competition?

 

 

- The Rules of Storytelling – We look at the unofficial rules of storytelling and how the use (or lack of) have affected the wrestling business over the years.

 

 

- The Last Of A Dying Breed – Following a swell of fan support, Eddie Kingston recently became AEW’s latest signing. We look at his wild 18-year career and the journey he took to his biggest role yet.

 

 

- In Conversation With Ric Flair – Louis Dangoor recently had a chat with The Nature Boy and we bring you some of the highlights.

 

 

- NJPW – We debut our full round up for the Japanese company. August saw tournaments and title changes galore.

 

 

- New look TV round up page – Out with the old TV recaps and in with a whole new format with opinions from WrestleTalk’s Oli Davis, Adam Blampied, Laurie Blake & Pete Quinnell

 

 

- Wrestling Heaven & Hell – A new retro features as we analyse pieces of wrestling history as either Wrestling Heaven & Wrestling Hell.

 

 

- Another new retro feature sees us ‘Break Down’ an important passage of wrestling history. This month Stone Cold: From Austin 3:16 to WWF Champion

 

 

- Our retro section also looks at the first ever Wargames & WWF No Way Out 2001.

 

 

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***PRINT EDITION***

- The Undertaker – We look back on an astonishing 30 years for the Deadman

- Extreme Rules – Was it really the horror show that WWE promised us?

- Tag Team Elite – Has AEW formed the greatest tag team division wrestling history? We look at the current contenders to the champions

- Jon Moxley – WrestleTalk’s Louis Dangoor catches up with the All Eltie Wrestling star and discusses his new film, his WWE departure and the AEW roster

- Slammiversary – A new start for IMPACT that’s got people talking

- Summerslam – Celebrate the event of the summer with 10 important Summerslam matches you need to re-watch

- NJPW – A change in direction has left many fans scratching their head

- WWE Ratings Slump – We look at the TV trouble in the last few months

- Our retro section looks at a classic ROH match, WWE Capitol Punishment from 2011 & what happened This Month In History

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- Triple H - After 25 years with WWE, we ask the question - does his legacy live up to the hype?

- Double Or Nothing - We review AEW's first anniversary PPV

- Strange Days - The whole world is living through strange times and professional wrestling is no different. Money in the Bank was a prime example of that, as Findlay Martin discovered.

- Adam Blampied rebooks Bobby Lashley's WWE return in his 'How I Would Have Booked' series.

- Cashing In - We take a look back at every MITB briefcase winner and assess how they fared when cashing in their contracts

- We examine Ken Shamrock's significant contributions to both MMA and pro wrestling.

- Joe Hendry - The ROH star talks his career, WCPW, ICW, amateur wrestling and how he has stayed active during the pandemic.

- Reviews - We cast our eye over Undertaker: The Last Ride and the Owen Hart episode of Dark Side of the Ring

- Our retro section looks at ECW in 1997, WCW New Blood Rising, the classic TNA three-way between AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniels, boiler room brawls, Micro League Wrestling, action figures, classic merchandise, Coliseum Home Video classics, classic magazines, This Month in History and the Monday Night Wars.

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- Full coverage of Black Wednesday - the day that WWE fired several notable on-air talents in the biggest mass talent cull in years - and the wild week that surrounded it.

- Constructive Criticism - WWE has problems and we have solutions. We explain in detail what WWE needs to do in order to win back its fan base.

- Adam Blampied rebooks the inaugural Women's Royal Rumble in his 'How I Would Have Booked' series.

- After he was featured on an episode of Viceland's Dark Side of the Ring series we ask the question is New Jack an antihero or a criminal?

- No Fans? No Problem! - We look back at the history of empty arena matches and assess how the promotions of today are learning to adapt to life without fans.

- Grass Roots - We give plenty of coverage to the majors in the pages of WrestleTalk Magazine but what about the promotions operating under the radar? We went on assignment to Wolverhampton to check out wrestling at its grass roots level.

- Country For Old Men - In a follow up to last month's Over 50's Club, we examine the reasons why wrestling's attitude towards wrestlers over 40 has changed in recent years.

- Our retro section looks at the WWF in 2000, the superb In Your House: Canadian Stampede PPV, the classic Halftime Heat match between Mankind and The Rock, ladder matches, Fire Pro Wrestling, action figures, classic merchandise, Coliseum Home Video classics, classic magazines, This Month in History and the Monday Night Wars.

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This month’s packed edition includes:

- 'Here Comes . . . VeteranMania' - Following Bill Goldberg beating The Fiend at Super ShowDown to capture the WWE Universal Title, Findlay Martin takes a look at WWE's part-timer phenomenon going into WrestleMania

- AEW Revolution - Liam Wyatt enlists the help of a casual fan to review AEW's latest pay-per-view spectacular

- 'Life After WWE' - Examining the fates of those who have departed WWE over the past year

- Drew McIntyre - The early WWE years.

- Ligero - The NXT UK star speaks about criticism of the promotion, the state of the UK scene and the evolution of his character

- Edge - The return to the ring of the Hall of Famer could be just the tonic the WWE main roster requires

- NOAH's Arc - The promotion's new relationship with DDT could breath fresh life into the once-great Japanese group

- Mark Dallas - Part two of our interview with the ICW promoter covers the group's relationship with WWE in detail

- The return of Stately Wayne Manor - The former Power Slam scribe is back with some 'Further Thoughts'

- Our retro section looks at Ring of Honor in 2002, ECW Heatwave 1998, inferno matches, wrestling action figures, classic merchandise, Coliseum Home Video classics, This Month in History and the Monday Night Wars.

- All this and our regular features including Hot & Not, Around the Circuit, Matches We Would Like to See Again, Don’t You Dare Be Sour quotes of the month, reviews and more.

- And our television section – covering WWE, NXT, NXT UK, MLW, AEW, Impact and NWA Powerrr

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This month’s limited edition special includes:

- Full day-by-day coverage looking at how the global wrestling industry has been affected in April 2020

- WrestleMania 36 - Findlay Martin reviews and analyses the strangest WrestleMania in history in the fittingly-titled 'The Show Must Go On'.

- In 'The Over 50s Club' James Dixon takes a look at bone-benders working in promotions other than WWE who are in the twilight years of their careers.

- Bill Goldberg - Charting the two-time Universal champion's up and down WWE career from 2003 to the present day.

- Martin Kirby - One of British wrestling's most enduring and popular performers has decided to call time on his career. WrestleTalk Magazine gave him a call to find out why in our exclusive feature-length interview.

- Cody - In a wrestling world full of tweeners and shades of grey, The American Nightmare is redefining what it means to be a babyface hero in the modern era.

- Our retro section looks at WCW in 1994, the truly appalling Heroes of Wrestling PPV, a classic encounter between Bull Nakano and Manami Toyota, iron man matches, wrestling video games, action figures, classic merchandise, Coliseum Home Video classics, This Month in History and the Monday Night Wars.

- All this and our regular features including Around the Circuit, Don’t You Dare Be Sour quotes of the month, Further Thoughts with Stately Wayne Manor and plenty more.

- And our television section – covering WWE, NXT, NXT UK, MLW, AEW, Impact, NWA Powerrr and Dark Side of the Ring.

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