Pro Wrestling Press fanzine, #24 details
- PRO WRESTLING PRESS fanzine, Issue 24:
MEXICAN BOARDERS - Former WWF performer Dusty Wolfe
tells more of his hilarious road stories. This time involving
Mexican border patrols and "being asked to leave Boystown"!
CHOKEHOLD - A very in-depth critique of Georgia-based pro
wrestler Jim Wilson's autobiography. Lots are areas covered,
such as the need for a union, black-balling in the industry, the
alleged sexual advances of promoter Jim Barnett, his unique
theory behind the reason for Tommy Rich's title run, the
infamous 'Battle for Atlanta', history of the NWA, deaths in
wrestling, and more.
WWE UNSCRIPTED - A look at WWE's brand new "coffee table"
SMACKDOWN: HERE COMES THE PAIN - An enthusiastic
review of the WWE video game.
PAUL LONDON CAREER PROFILE - A very interesting look at
the wrestling career, thus far, of WWE's latest signing. From
keeping his wrestling training a secret from his parents, right up
to landing his dream job at the WWE, it's all here!
SURVIVOR SERIES - Round-table type discussion from several
of our writers.
ROBBIE BROOKSIDE VIDEO - A review of the Liverpool lad's
video from when he travelled to the States to try-out for WCW.
Shot about 8 years ago, it shows him living at the William Regal
household and meeting lots of US wrestling stars of the time.
HAWK OBITUARY - In remembrance of Michael Hegstrand.
BACK TO THE FUTURE: A HISTORY OF MUGA - A fascinating
documentation of the wrestling style 'Muga', inspired by Karl
Gotch, named by Tatsumi Fujinami and most famously
performed by Osamu Nishimura.
VIDEO REWIND - Staff writer Marie Humphrey shares with us her
favourite moments in wrestling as a fan, including Halloween
Havoc, Guily as Charged, War Games and Great American
LOYALTY, WHAT'S IT GOOD FOR? - Emotional road diary of US
indy wrestler 'Uptown' Frankie Capone. Included NWA Wildside,
Ring Warriors, and the reason for the cancellation of NWA-FL
show 'Rising from the Ashes'.
IN THE MANAGER'S CORNER - Remembering the career of
Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan.
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