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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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