NOTE: This item is one magazine per customer only.
Issue 1 of WhatCulture Wrestling has now completely sold out, but we do have a number of misprinted editions that we're making available online for free.
P&P is £2.50, but every order will contain a discount code to redeem that £2.50 back if you order any future issue of Wrestling. Plus, a link to the online version of the magazine where you'll be able to view the missing pages.
If you've been thinking about ordering a copy of Wrestling but haven't wanted to commit to the cost, this is the perfect opportunity to sample the vast majority of the product.
Featuring 140 full-colour pages of timeless wrestling content. Printed with a beautiful matte finish on extra thick, high-quality, paper.
• The Top 100 WWE Matches of All Time: ranked and discussed
• Guest Columns from former WWE, WCW and ECW star Shane Douglas, WrestleCrap’s RD Reynolds, former WWE trainer and thirty-year pro Tom Prichard, and noted wrestling historian Steve Yohe.
• Adam Blampied's How WWE Should Have Booked featuring Rey Mysterio’s World Title reign
• Features on Daniel Bryan, Bullet Club, Kris Travis, Rick Rude and Triple H
• Exclusive interviews with Nigel McGuinness, Scott Steiner, musician Mark Crozer, and director Mark Chervinsky
• An in-depth look at the movie career of Hulk Hogan
• Video game flashbacks
• Fantasy booking with: Shawn Michaels vs. Eddie Guerrero, and the Wrestling World Cup
• Delve behind the scenes with Tales From Wrestler’s Court, How 90’s Hardcore Shaped and Destroyed a Generation, The Lost Art of Kayfabe, and How the WWF Forced Vince To Get The ‘F’ Out
• Lists: Tallest Wrestlers Ever, The 10 Most Influential Cruiserweights
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
This product is a misprinted edition of Wrestling Issue 1 that includes 15 blank, overlayed, or otherwise unreadable pages. The remaining 125 pages are as intended and the product as a whole is brand new with no other faults.
Product is listed as costing 1p - This is because our supplier doesn't allow products to be listed as free. The 1p is subsequently deducted from postage.