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WrestleTalk Magazine Issue 11


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Break out a little bit of the bubbly, because the ELEVENTH issue of WrestleTalk Magazine is here with new AEW World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho as the cover star!

Issue 11 is our first ever monthly edition and the first that will be available nationwide in high street stores following our merger with FSM.

To celebrate we have revamped and improved several sections to give everything a bit of a refresh.

In this issue:

- The Class of 2020 - In a special feature, WrestleTalk Magazine looks at the wrestlers from around the world who could be on the verge of a breakout year in 2020.

- Full coverage of AEW All Out from Greg Lambert plus catch-up reviews of AEW Fyter Fest and Fight For The Fallen.

- An update on CM Punk's wrestling status

- The Wednesday Night War between AEW and NXT

- James Dixon reviews WWE SummerSlam, the Night of the Fiend.

- Former Power Slam editor Findlay Martin explores the long history of WWE on British television.

- Former FSM editor Brian Elliot joins the team with his first column for WrestleTalk Magazine, looking at the disconnect between WWE and its audience.

- Former Daily Star wrestling correspondent Patrick Lennon assesses the cost of wrestling for the modern fan.

- Did you grow up collecting Hasbro figures? Then you will love James Dixon's piece looking at the golden age of wrestling figures and lamenting how easy collecting has become these days.

- Former WOS Wrestling and Defiant Wrestling Champion Rampage Brown speaks to WrestleTalk Magazine in BritChat, first in a new series.

- We revisit classic moments and matches from the past, including the legendary rivalry between Steve Austin and the Hart Foundation, a WCW Iron Man clash between Ricky Steamboat and Rick Rude, a look back at the stacked SummerSlam 2005 and a brand new feature revisiting old Coliseum/SilverVision videos.

- Regular features return with Hot & Not, Reviews, Around The Circuit, Ask WrestleTalk and 10 For 10, plus some new regulars debut including Matches We Would Like To See Again, Say What?, Don't You Dare Be Sour, Looking At and This Month In History.

- Our new and improved television section covers Raw, SmackDown, NXT, NXT UK, MLW and NJPW