Wrestling Magazines

I have recently picked up some wrestling magazines and am working on listing them. All of the ones liste are complete and look to be in generally Very Good - condition. They are being listed chronologically with the oldest one first then alphabetically.

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ISSUE
TITLE
CONTENTS
QTY.
PRICE
PAYPAL
May
1986
Superstar
Wrestlers
Super Stories - Koloff Klobbers Terry Taylor (Bad blood out of control), Ric Flair's Back Where He Belongs ("And that's on top, baby-WHOOO"), Will 1988 Be The Shepherders' Year? ("Oy!" shouts New Zealand crazies!), Ted DiBiase Warns Hulk Hogan ("My bucks will buy that belt"), Tommy Rich is Living Dangerously (Paul E. orders Adonis to "maul 'em") Superstar Exclusives - Personality Profile (Eddie Gilbert), Results of Annual Readers' Poll (Who's on top of the wrestling world?), King Kong Bundy in Hollywood (We've got the pix!) Super Features - Star Talk, Official Ratings, Superstar Letters
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August
1986
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Not dead yet; Underrated no more; A Bi-lateral view), Ringside with Bill Apter (All the latest news as of press time.), King's Court (Which wrestlers would you choose for a new league?), Dressing Room Confidential (Rick Morton is not ready for Ric Flair.), In Focus (Dream match correspondent report; Rating those who rate.), On Assignment (Part II of our correspondent's frightening encounter with Stan Hansen.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers your mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (An important change; Tag team ridiculousness; A reminder.), Tully Blanchard vs Ric Flair: Why This Match Will Never Happpen (The Superbrat is one contender Flair never has to worry about.), Press Conference: Rick Rude (An exclusive interview with the World Class champion.), Emotional Tug-Of-War: The Inner Forces That are Tearing Apart Randy Savage ("The Macho Man" is faced with a series of strong intellectual conflicts.), PWI Closeup (A career biography of Dusty Rhodes.), PWI Super Bonus Pinup (A magnificent portrait of "The American Dream".), Did You Win The Road Warriors Contest? (The winner gets to be a member of The Legion of Doom for a night!), Scouting Report (Examining six top stars; their strengths and their weaknesses.), Lex Lugar vs Harley Race: Legends at the Crossroads (The greatest of the future meets the greatest from the past.), Arena Report (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news!), The Last Word (They said it, you read it here first.)
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June
1986
Wrestling Eye
Features - In Defense Of The WWF, Magnum T.A.: Is He Just Another Dusty Rhodes?, Crockett Promotions: The Inside Story, Buddy Adams: Kingpin of the UWA, Blood, Sweat And Tears In The Squared Circle, Dusty Rhodes: A Career In Pictures, The Freebirds: Someone To Boo, Dick The Bruiser & The Crusher - Round Two, 'Flying' Bill Anderson: Making The Grade, Scott Hall: Rocky Road To Greatness, Stars On The Horizon Pin-Ups - Lisa Salvati, Kelly Kiniski, Greg Valentine, Buzz and Brett Sawyer, Chicago Combat: Slaughter vs. Zuchoff, Scott Hall, Randy Savage and Elizabeth, Bruiser vs. Reed, Misty Blue Simms, Nikolai Volkoff, Hawk, Sherie Martell, Harley Rack Departments - Editorial: Mandutory Retirement, Match of the Month: Buzz Sawyer vs Pistol Pete Whatley, Gene Gordon's Women, Promoter of the Month: Tor Berg, Action Shot: Angelo Mosca vs. Dick Slater, Wrestling Eye's Ratings, Letter's Page
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October / November
1986
WWF Magazine
Features - Lunch with Your Favorite Manager (Elizabeth - and Randy, too.), The Meanest Man I Know (Elizabeth on Randy Savage.), Heenan Interview (Bobby shares his brain.), Battle of the Titans (Piper vs Muraco.), The Superstar (Billy Graham's grand return to the WWF.), Back Stabber (Why Orndorff turned on Hogan.), Arena Eats (Gourmet goodies at Wrestling arenas.), Jake the Snake (Roberts' Reptilian ways.), King of the Ring (An outdoor tourney for all the marbles.), Bulldogs Beat Big Guys? (The Champs chances assessed.), The Machines (Giant and Super Machine storm the WWF.) Departments - Around the Ring (A new forum for readers.), Best and Worst.), Sounding Off (Wrestlers speak their minds.), Staying Fit (Wrestlers' personal tips for Good Health.), Foreign Affairs (WWF overseas), WWF Wrap Up (Goings on in the WWF), Headlocks (Puzzles and games), Poffo's Poetry (Lanny takes pen in hand)
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November
1986
Wrestling
World
Rating the Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the United States, including individual champions and top contenders), Maat Mail (Letters from our readers), Nikita Koloff's Championship Quest (After declaring himself the U.S. champion, savage Soviet Nikita Koloff took on Magnum T.A. in a best of seven series to settle the score for good.), "Handsome" Harley: Heads Up! (No stranger to championship ways, Harley Race is gunning for yet another title belt. This seven-time N.W.A. champ has joined the W.W.F. and has set his sights on no less than Hulk Hogan and the coveted crown.), Is Ric Flair Enjoying Life Less> (Lex Luger has been pushing "Nature Boy" Ric Flair to the limit and the champ is anything but happy about it. "When, where, and if I guve Luger another shot at my title is for me to decide!" cries the champ.), The Road Warriors: The Most Awesome Team in Mat Annals (They've accomplished more in a brief period than most wrestlers do in a lifetime and are currently sitting on top of the tag team scene. Here's a look at how the Roadies compare to the sport's all-time great teams.), Playboy Buddy Hits the Penthouse (Playboy Buddy Rose, the big, cocky, high-living veteran, is back and bragging about his latest accomplishments, which include capturing the tag belts with partner "Pretty Boy" Doug Sommers. "I intend to get rid of the lightweights, the goodie-goodies, the wimps, one by one," roars Rose.), Wrestling World Interview: Ox Baker Bares All (He's big, mean, and possibly the most dangerous grappler of them all. Here's a locker room interview with mean Ox Baker, master of the heart punch and a 20-year vet of mat mayhem.), King Konga: Wrestling's Terminator (Well-established as a martial arts expert, King Tonga has been tearing apart his foes all over the globe. Now in the W.W.F., Tonga has been nicknamed "The Terminator", and with good reason. Just ask a couple of his rivals.)
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December
1986
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (It's still Bruno's Garden; What's the story, guys?; Continental Kudos.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (Top stars answer YOUR questions.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Introducing Sean Royal (A Florida rookie on the rise.), Q & A (The first in-depth interview with U.S. Champion Nikita Koloff.), X-Ray (Our panel of experts examines Col. DeBeers.), Ric Flair's Fourth NWA Title Reign: Last Chance To Quiet The Critics (This championship could cement Flair's reputation forever.), Eddie Gilbert's Unstable Stable: Will Hot Stuff Inc. Get Stung By Sting (Gilbert's toughest job as a manager has been to hold on to his wrestlers.), Warning To Hulk Hogan: If You Trust Rowdy Roddy-You'll Pay The Piper (Piper could be doing precisely what Paul Orndorff did!), Bruiser Brody Predicts: Abdullah the Butcher Will End Chris Adams' Career (The Sudenese wildman is out to cripple the World Class champion.), World Title Scandal! Why Is The AWA Protecting Nick Brockwinkel? (By many standards, Brockwinkel should not hold the title.), Beyond The Square Circle (Candid photos of your favorite wrestling stars.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Introducing a new category: women.)
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December
1986
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Nikita, Pro & Con; Orndorff's biggest mistake; Wants more 'Birds.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), King's Court (Some wrestlers behave in highly unusual manners.), Dressing Room Confidential (A time warp in Georgia.), In Focus (TV time around the nation; Dream Match - Hogan vs Flair.), On Assignment (The last of EASY LIZ mail.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial reporter answers your mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Anaylsis (Big movements in the Top 10 this issue.), From Imitators to Innovators: Yhe Midnight Rockers Come Into Their Own (Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels have a lot going for them.), Press Conference: Kerry Von Erich (His first interview following his horrifying motorcycle crash.), PWI's Exclusive Coverage of The Great American Bash (All the action and excitement of all 14 Bash cards.), Full Color Section - The Great American Bash (Sensational action photos from many of the Bashes.), The Great American Bash - City By City (Results from every match of the Great American Bash cards.), Scouting Report - Special Edition: Tag Teams (The Midnight Express, Road Warriors, Fantastics and more.), Barry Windham's Message to WWF Fans: Rotundo and Spivey Are Not the U.S. Express! (Dan Spivey can never replace Barry Windham in the WWF.), Arena Report (Match0by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The Last Word (They said it, you read it here first.)
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December
1986
Wrestling
Eye
Features - Is the WWF Afraid of Roddy Piper, The Challengers: Who Hulk Hogan Won't Fight, Has Pay-Per-View Seen it's Day?, More Managers, The Inside Scoop on Wrrestling Schools, Baby Doll Goes Back to Tully & Ric, One on One: Exotic Adrian Street, Jim "Hacksaw" Duggan: Star Quality, The Road Warriors: A Career in Pictures, Why Jimmy Garvin Went Bad, WWF Crossword Puzzle, Gene Gordon Presents Women in Wrestling Pin-UPs - Magnum Ta, Konga the Barbarian, Von Raschke vs Kernodle, Rock 'N Roll Express vs The Koloffs, Sam Houston, NWA Jr. Heavyweight Title on the Line: Denny Brown vs Steve Regal, Exotic Adrian Street, Scott Hall, Nick Bockwinkel, Ivan Koloff, Hector Guerrero vs Black Bart, Ric Flair Departments - Editorial: Who Goes to Wrestling Matches?, Promoter of the Month: Jim Crocket Promotions, Independently Speaking, Fan Club Column, The Phantom of the Ring, Official Ratings, Photo of the Month: Brett Sawyer, Letters to the Editor
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December
1986
Wrestling's Main Event
Features - Terry Taylor (Camera shy TV champion.), Ric Flair (Climbs back on top), The Machines (When will the charade end?), Steve Simpson (Texas' sexy strongman), Terry Gordy (The uknown champion), Rock-n-Roll Express (Rewrite the record books) Special Monthly Features - Wrestler of the Month ("Rowdy" Roddy Piper), Match of the Month (Nikita Koloff vs Magnum T.A.), Out of the Ring (Magnum T.A. interview), Into the Spotlight (Billy Joe Travis) Exclusive Color Portraits - Terry Taylor, Nikita Koloff, Rick Flair, The Machines, Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson
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December / January
1986 / 1987
WWF
Magazine
Features - Battle of the Titans (Snake vs Dragon), Hart and Neidhart (Too tough for Jimmy?), Billy Jack Interview (Haynes speaks his mind), Hulk and Orndorff (How the Pros rate them), Slick (A look at a mysterious new manager), Breaking Records in Toronto (Biggest wrestling event ever), The Bodyslam (Who has the Best?), Roddy Piper (Has the Rowdy One finally changed?), Manhandler (A tough lady whips the men), Leaping Lanny (He's putting on muscle), Rougeaus' Quebec (A Canadian tag team at home) Departments - Around the Ring (Talking with readers), WWF Lowdown (Snooping behind the scenes), Sounding Off (Wrestlers speak their mind), Best and Worst (Courageous acts), WWF Wrapup (Goings on in the WWF), Headlocks (Puzzles and games), Poffo's Poetry (Lanny takes pen in hand)
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February
1987
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Piper hasn't changed; Kudos from a fan; Blanchard is a coward.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), Correspondents Report (Eyewitness coverages of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (Top stars answering YOUR questions.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Introducing The Honky Tonk Man (He's new to the WWF, but he's an old friend to wrestling.), Q & A (Discussing profound career changes with Nikita Koloff.), A-Ray (Our panel of experts examines Nick Bockwinkel.), Jake Roberts vs, Rick Steamboat: The Cold-Blooded Feud That Just Won't End (The Snake takes on The Dragon in a war of brutal proportions.), The Kremlin Claims Another American: Bam Bam Bigelow Becomes Crusher Yurkof! (Like Krusher Krushchev before him, an American embraces Soviet ideals.), Tragedy Strikes Wrestling: Magnum T.A. Needs Your Prayers Now More Than Ever (A horrible auto accident may well have ended his career forever.), The Making Of A Champion=1986: How Terry Gordy Is Winning His Battle For Respect (The UWF champion succeeds in title defenses - and silencing critics.), The Wildcat Surprises Slick Ric: Wendell Cooley Stakes His Claim in The NWA (World champion Flair has another top contender to deal with.), Beyond The Squared Circle (Candid photos of your favorite wrestling stars.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Nikita Koloff among Most Hated and Most Popular.)
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March
1987
Wrestling
Eye
Features - George Steele: The Man and the Animal, Battle of the Belts, Capt. Lou Albano Speaks Out, The Ten Men Who Can Retire Ric Flair, Match of the Month: American Express vs Volkoff & The Iron Shiek, The Dragon Speaks, Paul "Mr. Wonderful" Orndorff: In Pictures, The History of the WWF: Or, Yes, There Was Wrestling Before Hulk Hogan, Midwest Championship Wrestling Action, Rip Oliver: The Crippler Rules Pin-Ups - Jim Cornette & Bobby Eaton, Bobby Condrey vs Mickey Garrett, AWA Champs: Doug Sommers & Buddy Rose, Capt. Lou Albano, The Power and the Glory: Orndorff vs Steamboat, 1987 All-Star Color Calendar, Hernandez vs Haynes, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Debbie Combs, Ric Flair, Bobby Eaton vs Rick Morton, Linda Dallas & Manager Mad Dog, Larry Zbyszko vs Nick Bockwinkel
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March
1987
Wrestling World
Contents - Rating The Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the United States, including individual champions and top contenders...Compiled by the Mattingly Sports Bureau.), Mat Mail (Letters from our readers.), Stately States (Stately Wayne Manor looks at the best and worst of the Wrestling World in 1986.), The Foreign Connection: Still Fearsome After All These Years (The Iron Shief and Nikolai Volkoff are still one of the most fearsome tag-teams around and new manager Slick has the Badman from Iran and the Mad Russian hot on the trail of the British Bulldogs.), Hacksaw Higgins Seeks Revenge (Hacksaw Higgins is smoking mad, so mad that he's enlisted the aid of the Rotund One, Manager Sir Oliver Humperdink. The object of the diabolical duo's wrath? None other than Tall Texan and Florida champ Barry Windham.), A Look at the Real Butch Reed & Adrian Adonis (The WWF can do strange things to wrestlers. Adrian Adonis came out of the closet and now Butch Reed has everged as "The Natural". But is Adonis really "Adorable". And is Reed really the new Sweet Daddy Siki?), Wrestling World Interview: Sailor White Speaks Out (Sailor White is as happy in the squared circle as a fish in water. Never in his wildest dreams did this Newfoundland Navy man think he would actually get paid for hurting people. Wrestling World lets this former Moondog speak his mind.), The Two Sides Of Mr. Wonderful (Paul Orndorff is not only a contender for a championship belt but is also an Academy Award candidate. After convincing WWF champ Hulk Hogan of his loyalty, Ornforff turned traitor. Here's what's happening with the Benedict Arnold of wrestling.), All's Well That Ends Welles (Successful on the football field, George Welles has now moved to the wrestling ring and no matter whom he battles, each bout usually ends with Welles' hand raised in victory.), Can The Mountain Save Shiek Ali (Shiek Ali has the muscle and talent to become a major champion...but he also has Eddy Creatchman as his manager. Can wrestling historian Oohn "The Mountain" Woods save the Skiek from Creatchman's evil clutches.)
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April
1987
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Universally accepted; McArrogance; Dusty not defending.), Ringside with Bill Apter (All the latest news as of press time.), King's Court (Barry Windham's roundabout path to success.), Dressing Room Confidential (There is hope for the AWA.), In Focus (An examination of the TV wrestling glut.), On Assignment (Liz talks about Magnum T.A., Crusher Yorkof and Abdullah the Butcher.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected ratings.), Ratings Analysis (A comprehensive look at movement in each category.), Ted DiBaise: "I'm Tired of Being the UWF's Whipping Boy!" (DiBiase is locked in a series of matches against Michael Hayes.), Press Converence: Dingo Warrior (A rare interview with this reclusive World Class superstar.), Nikita Koloff & Dusty Rhodes: Superpower Summit (The Russian Nightmare and The American Dream join forces - incredible!), PWI Closeup (A career biography of Lux Luger.), PWI Super Color Pinup (A sensational portrait of the 1986 Rookie of the Year.), The Fans Demand: It's Time For a WWF Housecleaning (Changes have to be made in the WWF, and they have to be made fast.), Scouting Reports (Examining Sam Houston, Fabulous Moolah, Wahoo McDaniel and more.), "I Meant To Kill Jimmy Snuka!" by Col. DeBeers (The South African sadist brags about crippling "The Superfly".), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The Last Word (They said it - you read it here first.)
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April
1987
Wrestling
World
Rating The Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the United States including individual champions and top contenders), Mat Mail (Letters from our readers), Stately States (Stately Wayne Manor raps about the wrestlers he'd like to manage), Dusty Rhodes: The peoples champion, Dusty Rhodes, has suffered a setback with the loss of tag partner Magnum T.A. to injury but big Russian Nikita Koloff more that fills the void), Martel & Zenk: Can Nice Guys Finish First? (They call themselves the Can-Am Connection. But can former A.W.A. champ Rick Martel and all-around good guy Tom Zenk connect with the big time in the W.W.F.?), The Metamorphosis of Dino Bravo (A gladiator for the side of right in an illustrious nat career. Dino Bravo has returned to the W.W.F., only to be seen with the likes of Johnny Valiant and his Dream Team. Here's a look at Bravo; past, present and future), Corporal Kirchner Wages Hand-To-Hand Combat for the Red, White and Blue (The W.W.F.'s super-patriot, Corporal Kirchner, has resorted to what he knows best to battle unwelcome foreigners in the mat wars. And his hand-to-hand combat techniques are beginning to turn the tide), A Match Made in Heaven (Hulk Hogan and "Rowdy" Piper tag team partners? Is this the start of a beautiful new friendship or just the beginning of the end?), The Midnight Rockers: Rockin' Their Way Through the A.W.A (They're young, talented and good-looking. They're the Midnight Rockers and they have everything going for them as they shoot to the top of the tag team ranks), Sir Oliver and the Bear Crusher (Fan favorite Dewey Forte seems to have fallen into the evil clutches of Sir Oliver Humperdink, a power mad manager from the word go. But how long wil the 300-pound ex-football star feel at home in the House of Humperdink?)
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June
1987
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Not Davis' Fault; Won't Follow The Piper; Kudos From Down Under.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), King's Court (PWI will not seed the Crocket Cup tournament.), Dressing Room Confidential (The wrestler's health comes first.), In Focus (A look at The Outlooks; Enough, Already; Bits 'n' Pieces.), On Assignment (Looking at The Four Horsemen and Lex Luger.), Off The Top rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestlilng Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Examining changes and improvements in our ratings system.), Why Michael Hayes is Ruining Terry Gordy's Career (Hayes is unwittingly keeping Gordy from becoming UWF champ again.), Press Conference: Scott Hall (This giant young star talks about his move to Florida.), Magnum T.A.'s Message To His Fans: "Thank You For Your Prayers" (An exclusive Pro Wrestling Illustrated special feature.), PWI Closeup (A career biography of Hulk Hogan.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A sensational color portrait of The Hulkster.), The Road Warriors Are Getting Mean: "We Want The Crocket Cup...Again" (Can Hawk and Animal repeat in '87?), Can-Am Can Do! Rick Mantel and Tom Zenk Light Up The WWF! (Capturing the WWF World tag team belts is only a matter of time.), Media Report (A new column goes behind the scenes of the business of TV wrestlling.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The Last Word (They said it, you read it here first.)
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June
1987
Wrestling
Fury
Contents - The Bees Buzz (Interviews with B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell.), Scott Hall (On the way up>), Jake "The Snake" Roberts, The Magnificent One - Don Murphy, Arcedi vs. Garea - Over and out, Ric Flair - The Natural 'Nature Boy', Tito Santana - "I'll Be Back", Why Not Championship Suspenders?, James J. Dillon - Tully's Guiding Light, The Paul Orndorf Saga - Bad to Good/Good to Bad, Morales & Santana vs. The Dream Team, Brad Rheingan, Haynes vs Orton - Montreal Massacre Departments - Pin-Up Barry Windham (Color), Editorial - An exchange of talent in the Big Leagues, Pin-Up: Honky Tonk Man, Wrestling Fury's Official Ratings, Pin-Up: Roddy Piper (Color), Ric Flair - Color Centerfold, Pin-Up: David Schultz (Color), Pin-Up: Nikolai Volkoff, Questions Box, Nostalgia Corner: Killer Kowalski, Pin-Up: Jimmy Garvin, Pin-UP: Kendall Windham (Color), Pin-Up: Jesse Ventura (Color)
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August
1987
Wrestling's Main Event
Features - What Is Rick Rude Doing To His Career?, Ric Flair's Impossible Dream, The Hart Foundation (Are they just bums?), Savage and Steamboat (A rulebreaker's romance.), Tito Santana (It could be now or never.), Magnum T.A. (Return of the Boss.) Special Monthly Features - Wrestler of the Month (Misty Blue.), Into The Spotlight (The Mod Squad.), Match of the Month (The Crockett Cup,) Exclusive Color Portraits - Manny Fernandez & Rick Rude, Misty Blue, Barry Windham, The Hart Foundation, Rick Steamboat, Nikita Koloff Departments - Editor's Corner, Letters to the Editor, The Heart Punch, Digger's Diary, Round-Up, Ratings, The Last Page
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September
1987
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Freedom of Choice; Yellow Dogs; High-Flying Hart.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (Top stars answer YOUR questions.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Introducing Linda Dallas (A vicious animal joins the women's wrestling scene.), Q & A (Missy Hyatt explains why she left the WWF as quickly as she arrived.), X-Ray (Our panel of experts examines Ted DiBiase.), Spotlight on Jimmy Hart ("The Mouth of the South" is highlighted in a special Wrestler feature.), The Stevens-Zbyszko Debate: Who Is The AWA World Champion - Hennig or Bockwinkel? (The integrity of the title has been tarnished by this controversy.), Fan Ballot Results: Strip The Harts of the WWF Tag Team Belts! (The results are in - Wrestler readers speak out!), Battling The Foreign Menace in the WWF: Hacksaw Duggan Defends The American Way (Now more than ever, he's walking tall for America.), Chained Together And World's Apart - Nikita Koloff Breaks His Last Link With Uncle Ivan (An incredible family war of student against teacher.), From Bodyguard To Champion: How Big Bubba Rogers Became the UWF's Top Man (Gen. Skandor Akbar is more cunning than anyone thought.), Matt Brock's Looking Back (April 30, 1977: Bruno Sammartino vs. Superstar Billy Graham.), Official Wrestling Rankings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Introducing a new revolving category; plus, a special poll.)
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Fall
1987
Wrestling Superstars
Contents - Fan Forum (Dream Time; Listen, Weasel; WWF A Game Show.), Superstar Grapevine (Late news as of press time.), Superstar Quotebook (They said it...you read it here first.), Superstar Dream Match: The Road Warriors vs, The Can-Am Connection (Two of today's greatest tag teams square -off in a best of three series.), Superstar Interview: Curt Hennig (Now a rulebreaker, Hennig has a lot to say about Nick Bockwinkel.), NWA Tag Team Champs Rude & Fernandez: "We Demand To Be Rated Number One" (They're tired of living in the shadow of The Road Warriors.), Special Section: The 10 Men Other Wrestlers Fear Most, The Road Warriors, Bruiser Brody, Rick Steamboat, Jimmy Snuka, Steve Williams, Abdullah the Butcher, Jake Roberts, Bam Bam Bigelow, Ric Flair, Randy Savage, Superstar Data Sheet (Your personal information center on Rick Steamboat.), Superstar Action Gallery: Rick Steamboat ("The Dragon" is featured in a full-color action centerfold.), Other Viewpoints (Five wrestlers speak out on Rick "The Dragon" Steamboat.), The Ken Patera-Bobby Heenan Controversary: For Once "The Brain" Is Right (It's not Heenan's fault that Patera was in jail for two years.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (An updated look at rating the top 10 managers.)
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October
1987
Superstar Wrestlers
Super Stories - Curt Hennig Reigns in the AWA (Hail the new Champ!), Flair Wants the Girl! (Precious is as good as mine), Lex Luger Closing in on Nikita ("I'll take that title-Ruskie!), Hulk Hogan Crown "A King", The Return of Magnum TA (Now more than ever - Magnum's our man!), Dory Funk Rocked by Rotunda! ("Sorry, Funk - this is a young man's sport") Superstar Exclusives - Jesse Ventura - Movie Star (We've got the pix!), New Breed Caught Off Guard! (Sizzlin photos!), Sherri Martel's Dog Day Afternoon! (Pretty lady in puppy heaven), Spend a Day Off with Slaughter! Poffo! Rodz! Super Features - Star Talk, Personality Profile (Southern Boys), Official Ratings, Superstar Letters
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October
1987
Wrestling
Scene
Contents Opening Bout - Back in the AWA! (Wahoo on the warpath!), Main Event - Will Barry Windham Ever Win a Belt? (Flair was too tough! Big Bubba too much!), Featured Attractions - Midnight Express Unveils Their New Policy ("Take no prisoners"), Super Assassin Wallops Abudahdein! (In brutal Coal Miner's Glove Match!), Brutus Beefcake - The Barber of Wrestledom! ("I'll turn WWF into Land of the Skinheads") Special Attraction - IWE Wrestling (Get to know the stars, the thrills, the excitement!) Departments - Fans Speak Out, Wrestling Scene, Official Ratings Star Poster #43 - Barry Windham
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Winter
1987
Wrestling '87
Crossfire: Steve Williams ("Dr. Death" speaks out about Eddie Gilbert and Dick Murdoch as he's grilled by Wrestling '87 editors Bill Apter and Eddie Ellner.), Head to Head: Jerry Lawler vs. The Honky Tonk Man (Cousins with similar styles. They've wrestled before, but long ago. Who would win if they met today? Four seasoned experts offer analysis.), Interview 87: Jesse Ventura ("The Body" speaks his mind about Hollywood, TV commentating, Adrian Adonis and the state of wrestling in this exclusive Wrestling 87 interview.), Morally Bankrupt: The Sellout of Million-Dollar Man Ted Dibiase (Once a scientific mastermind in the UWF, DiBasie has traded in science for reckless and self-indulgent philanthropy. But can he buy Hulk Hogan?), Wrestling's Most Dangerous Unit: The Four Horseman - Success at Any Price! (Led by J.J. Dillon, Ric Flair, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger and Arn Anderson are wrestling's most dangerous cooperative. What really makes them tick?), The Road Warriors Threaten The NWA: "Treat Us Right Or We're Gone!" (Are Hawk and Animal poised to join the WWF? Maybe, unless NWA promoters treat them with more respect.), Missing In Action: Slaughter - Mascaras - Hansen - Brody - Shultz: Why Wrrestling Needs Them Back in the Mainstream (These five men have all been huge stars at one time or another. They could be again - if they want.), The Private Side: Sir Oliver Humperdink (Wrestling 87 joins the rotund manager for a day on the boardwalk in Daytona Beach, Florida.), You Decide: Should The Press Report Wrestlers' Personal Problems? (If a wrestler breaks the law, should the fans know? How much of a wrestler's privacy is forfeited because he's a public figure? Read the arguments on both sides of the issue and cast your vote today.) Departments - Opening Bell, Feedback, Newslilne, In This Corner, Manager's Forum, Scouting Report, Scoreboard, Best Bet, Golden Moment, InfoCenter, Ratings, This Just In
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November
1987
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Anything and Everything; Legal Eagle; The Unsong Heroes.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (Top stars answer YOUR questions.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers for those who deserve them most.), Introducing Doug Furnas (A champion powerlifter seeks to become a champion wrestler.), Q & A (Sir Oliver Humperdink talks about his managerial plans for the WWF.), X-Ray (Our panel of experts examines The Honky Tonk Man.), Spotlight On Ric Flair (The NWA World champion is honored in a special Wrestler feature.), The Wrath of Khan: Killer on the Loose in the WWF - and Hunting For Hogan (The WWF World champ's biggest task might be staying alive.), Tommy Rich: "I Wouldn't Blame The Fans If They Never Trusted Me Again" ("Wildfire" is sorry for his past behavior.), Lex Luger Wins The U.S. Title From Nikita Koloff! (The young superstar scorers a spectacular victory.), Steve Williams Dethrones Bubba Rogers For The UWF Belt ("Dr. Death" wins the title on his first attempt.), The Muscles That Protect "The Brain": Can Hercules Hernandez Shield Bobby Heenan From Ken Patera? (Their old feud is burning hotter than ever.), Matt Brock's Looking Back (September 1964: Antonino Rocca vs. Danny McShane & Louis Tiller.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (WCW/NWA poll results; most hated tag teams.)
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November
1987
Wrestling Eye
Features - The Four Horsemen: The American Dream's Greatest Nightmare, Wrestling Eye's Predictions For 1988, Greg Valentine: Is He Lost Without Brutus?, Nostalgia Corner: Robert Gibson, The New Breed: Wrestling 2002 Style, Wrestlegate: Were the Iron Shiek and Hacksaw Plotting Against Nikolai Volkoff?, Paul Orndorff: Missing In Action, The Graham Family: Bad, Bold and the Best, Larry Winters: The People's Choice for the NWF, How to Become a Ring Announcer, Jesse "The Body" Ventura Takes Hollywood, Jimmy Garvin: Flair's All Mine, ACWA: Battle of the Belt, Martel Whips Divine Pin-Ups - Hercules Hernandez, Steve Simpson, Arn Anderson, Ric Flair, Haku The Islander, Nikita Koloff, Rock 'N Roll Express, Match of the Month: Flair vs. Garvin, Tony Atlas, Percy Pringle, Danny Davis, Bobby Fulton and Dominic Denucci, Ron Bass, Junkyard Dog Departments - Editorial, Official Ratings, Fan Club Column, Phantom of the Ring, Letters to the Editor
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December
1987
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (The Nature of Flair; He's got them covered; Some live questions), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time), From The Desk of.. (Remembering some very important people in PWI's history.), In Focus (An explanation, special recognition, and a look back.), No Holds Barred (Rosenbaum has some strong opinions on the veteran Matt Brock.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial comumnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysys (Ratings from our first issue, Puerto Rico ratings.), Introduction: The 100th Issue of Pro Wrestling Illustrated (Your special guide to this centennial spectacular.), PWI: A Behind The Scenes Look (A special view of what goes into the making of PWI.), The PWI Achievement Awards: A Retrospective (A look back at the most respected fan poll in the wrestling world.), Special Contest: Win a Lifetime Subscription to PWI (Our greatest contest ever!), The 10 Most Influential Wrestlers of the PWI Years (Andre the Giant, Bob Backlund, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Harley Race, Dusty Rhodes, The Road Warriors, Bruno Sammartino, Kerry Von Erich), The 10 Greatest Events of the PWI Years (Comprising an exceptional view of wrestling history since 1979.), Unofficial/Official Awards of the PWI Years (Your own unusual awards categories and the dubious winners.), The First 100 Issues: A Special Fan Poll (Results of an anniversary ballot featuring your "bests" and "worsts".), The PWI Years in Review (A lively and informative look back at wrestling from 1979 through 1987.), Arena Report (Results of the most significant cards during the PWI years.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate late-breaking news), The PWI Poll (Wrestling in the PWI years.)
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December
1987
Wrestling Fury
Contents - The WWF vs. The NWA: Who Has The Better Talent?, Jim Cornette: The Man and His Racket, Ricky Steamboat: A Tribute to The Dragon, Honky Tonk Man: Wrestling's Biggest Loser, The Ultimate Clash: The 4 Horsemen vs. Legion of Doom & Superpowers, Danny Davis: Friend or Foe, The Fantastics: One Terrific Tag Team, Wrestling's Wickedest Moves, Hulk Hogan: Could He Lose To Lex Luger?, Muraco and Orton: Stronger On Their Own, Mark Curtis: Wrestling's Master of Disaster, Owen Hart: Canada's Hottest Superstar, The Men Who Make Wrestlers, Tim Horner and Brad Armstrong: Lightning Express Shines Through Departments - Editorial, Wrestling Fury's Official Ratings, Wrestling Fury Pin Up: The New Breed, Photo of the Month: Jimmy Garvin and Hawk, Question Box, Wrestling Fury Pin Up: Ric Flair vs Dusty Rhodes, Wrestling Fury Pin Up: Jimmy Hart Color Features - Tom Zenk vs Bret Hart, Austin Idol, Hulk Hogan vs Randy Savage, Robert Gibson, Harley Race
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December
1987
Wrestling's
Main Event
Features - The Road Warriors (True Iron Men), Devastation Takes a Walk Down Badstreet USA, Ric Flair (The Champion has gone over the edge), Sensational Sheri Yakes a Back Seat to the Fabulous Moolah, Dusty Rhodes is the Man to Stop Lex Luger, The Confusing World of "Mr Wonderful" Paul Orndorff, Exclusive Interview (Dr. D David Shultz tells all (Part 2)) Special Monthly Features - Wrestler of the Month (Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat), Match of the Month (Superstar Billy Graham vs Paul Orndorff), Into the Spotlight (Laser-Tron the gurute of wrestling) Exclusive Color Portraits - The Road Warriors, Michael PS. Hayes, Ric Flair / Ron Garvin, Sensational Sheri, Ricky Steamboat, Laser-Tron Departments - Editor's Corner, Letters to the Editor, The Heart Punch, Digger's Diary, Roundup, Ask Dr. D, Video Review, Ratings, The Last Page
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January
1988
The
Wrestler
Your Letters (Don't forgive Madril; Beware of Orndorff; Waiting for Magnum), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches), You Asked Us (Top stars answer YOUR questions.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most), Introducing Jason the Terrible (A madman in a hockey mask terrorizes Stampede wrestling), Q & A (World Class champion Al Perez talks about his war with the Von Erichs), X-Ray (Our panel of experts examines Jerry Lawler), Spotlight on Sherri Martel (The new WWF women's champion is profiled in a special Wrestler feature), Nikita Koloff vs. Terry Taylor: Unscrambling the TV Title Picture (The NWA and UWF champs will unify the titles as Starrcade), Victim of Circumstance: Why Curt Henning Will Never Get the Respect He Deserves (Worthy AWA World champion or overblown amateur?), The Experts Agree: The Road Warriors Will Turn Bad in 1988 (It might be the only way for "The Legion of Doom" to get their due), One-Night War with Ted DiBaise: Hacksaw Duggan Returns to the WWF - But For How Long? (Once immensely popular, Duggan must prove himself to the fans once again.), A Spectacular Contest: Win a Caribbean Wrestling Dream Cruise for Two (A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to win a week with the stars), Matt Brock's Looking Back (August 1973: Bobby Shane vs. Jack Brisco), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings), Ratings Analysis (Hogan regains the top spot; the fans love "The Macho Man")
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February
1988
Gold Belt Wrestling
First Round (Our letter to you), Back Talk (You have your say), Ric Flair vs Jimmy Garvin (A best bout), The Greatest Card Ever (A fantasy), Hulk Hogan!!!, All Around the Mat, Central Heat, The Northlands Connection, Coach Kurt Sez..., GBW Goes to the Movies, Superstar Billy Graham, Bam Bam Bigelow, Brian Pillman, Misty Blue, Rick Martel, The Greeat American Bash, The One Man Gang, Missy Hyatt, Bugsy McGraw
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February
1988
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Comments from readers and wrestlers about PWI's 100th issue.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of...(The return of Hacksaw Duggan was a royal WWF sham.), In Focus (Adrian Adonis; Roma and Powers; The NWA comes to New York.), No Holds Barred (The NWA World tag team title; Wendell Cooley; Hogan vs Savage.), Off The Top Rope (Dinner and polo with Vince McMahon, plus answers to your mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Who's number one, tag team controversary, and a new ratings category.), Brothers In Arms: Kerry & Kevin Von Erich Battle The Comeback Odds - Together (Two can fight the battle for the World Classic title better than one.), Press Conference: Wahoo McDaniel (The former NWA tag team champion talks about his quest for the AWA title.), Incredible Turnaround! Randy Savage Becomes More Popular Than Hulk Hogan (Who ever thought "The Macho Man" would steal the fans hearts/_. PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of "Hands of Stone" Ronnie Garvin.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A magnificent color portrait of the NWA World champion.), He Did It His Way: Ronnie Garvin Defeats Ric Flair For The NWA Title (The remarkable story behind an incredible wrestling event.), Grounded! The Fabulous Freebirds Split Up (Terry Gordy, Michael Hayes and Buddy Roberts go their separate ways.), Media Review (A look at the NWA-WWF pay-per-view showdown.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The PWI Poll (This issue's subject: the NWA World tag team title change.)
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February
1988
WWF Magazine
Features - WWF Interview (Ravishing Rick Rudd talks to WWF.), Battle of the Titans (Hulk Hogan vs Bundy on Saturday Night's Main Event.), Jake "The Snake" Roberts (Is Damian this Loner's Only Friend?), Demolition (An obstacle for the Patera/Haynes Team.), Muraco Makes New Enemies (When the Rock saved Superstar, not everyone was happy.), The Barber Wants the Hammer (Old friends have new scores to settle.), Strike Force (Now they have the Belts, how long will they keep them?) Departments - Around the Ring (Editor's comments), Fan Forum (Communications channel for readers), WWF List (Wrestlers' valentines), Newsbreakers (Late-breaking developments), Personality Profile (The Ultimate Warrior), Private Eye (A personal look at WWF stars.), WWF Lowdown (Snooping behind the scenes.), Wrap Up (Goings-on in the WWF.), Wrestler's Rebuttal (Heenan fights back.), WWF Crossword (Grappling with words), Caught in the Act (Unusual photos from the world of the WWF)
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March
1988
Gold Belt Wrestling
First Round (Our letter to you.), Back Talk (Now it's your turn.), Fantasy Match (The Greatest Tag Tournament Ever.), Sweet Daddy Siki, Brutus Beefacke All Around The Mat, The Northlands Connection, Central Heat, Coach Kurt Sez..., Hulkamania...Forever?, Barry Windham, Jake Roberts, Strike Force, The Kiwis vs The Cubans: A Best Bout, Don Muraco and Bob Orton, Bruiser Brody and The Barbarian (Unbelievable.), Wrestling's Women, Ronnie Garvin ("Hands of Stone" Outdoes 'em all.)
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March
1988
Inside Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Get in shape; Faulty connection; Macho Mistake.), Editor's Notebook (The on-again, off-again relationship between Jerry Lawler and Bill Dundee.), Behind The Dressing Room Door (The integrity of wrestling is not for sale...or is it?), On The Road (1988 will mark the re-emergence of World Class wrestling.), Names Making News (All the latest news as of press time.), The Insider (Seeing Chief Jay Strongbow again wasn't worth the sacrifice.), On Assignment (The marriage of Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt opened up old wounds.), Where Are They Now? (Updates on four major mat stars.), Capsule Profile #140 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Tony Atlas.), News From The Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (Starrcade '87, WWF Old-Timers battle royal, Kevin Kelly and advice.), Chris Adams Challenges Al Perez...and Gary Hart Holds the Key! ("Gentleman" Chris returns to World Class and meets an old enemy.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in seven important categories.), Inside Wrestling Roll Call of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere.), Bam Bam Bigelow: Wrestling's Most Dangerous Man! (The WWF's tattooed monster is on a rampage.), Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts Declare: "Michael Hayes & Jim Barvin Are Not The Freebirds". (And they're ready to do something about it.), Nikita Koloff: "Dusty Rhodes Has Disappointed Me" (A shocking "Hotseat" interview with the great Russian star.), The Honky Tonk Man's Secret Plan: Turn Savage and Steamboat Against Each Other Again (It might be the only way for him to save his intercontinental title.), One On One (Verne Gagne vs. Larry Henning.)
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March
1988
Wrestling World
Contents - "Nature Boy" Ric Flair, Rating The Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the United States, including individual champs and top contenders,,,Compiled by the Mattingly Sports Bureau.), Mat Mail (Letters from our readers.), Stately States (Stately's no Scrooge. See what he got your favorite wrestler for Christmas.), Hogan & Savage: The Mega-Powers (The Hulkster and The Macho Man are clearly the cream of the crop in Pro Wrestling. Now these two forces, once at opposite ends of the spectrum, are coming together, making them the mats "Mega-Powers".), The American Dream Marches On (He's as American as apple pie. Not only that, Dusty Rhodes' name has almost become synonymous with professional wrestling. Here's a look at the man they call "The American Dream".), No More Mr. Nice Guy (Curt Henning used to be everybody's favorite in the A.W.A. But he quickly found out that was not the way to the top. Here's a behind the scenes look at the "new" A.W.A. king.), Enormus Egos: Big Heads, Big Bodies Pt 2 (The list goes on. Here's more on the most conceited men, and women, in the mat world.), Rock On! (The Midnight Rockers, the young lions of the tag-team ranks, are still bringing their speciality magic to the ring. Here's an upclose look at Shawn Michaels and Marty Janetty.), Andre the Giant, The Road Warriors, Lex Luger, Sting Makes His Mark (Some thinks he looks a little weird to be a big success on the wrestling scene but Sting has foresaken tag-team laurels to show everybody just how good he really is.), Wendi Richter: Ready To Take On The World (She's already ruled the world as the WWF's Women's champ but beautiful Wendi Richter is out to add even more title belts to her collection.), Wrestling World Interviews: Omer Marchessault (Our wrestling historian talks to one of the true legends of the wrestling world, Omer Marchessault, a 55-year veteran of the ring wars.) Regional Reports 1
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April
1988
Super Sports Series Wrestling Today
Features - Dusty Rhodes is the People's Champion (Over the years he has won his share of championship belts. Perhaps no other wrestler has sustained his popularity over such a long period of time.), Butch Reed: Danger Personified ("The Natural" has established himself as one of the premier wrestlers around. Not only that, but one of the most dangerous, too.), Can Superstar Graham Push Morocco Over the Top? (Now known as "The Rock" Morocco has displayed more ability with Superstar in his corner. He seemed to have found the inner drive which Graham reached for to achieve greater heights.), The New (and Improved?) Mike Rotundo (Not only has Rotundo's entire style of wrestling changed but he is now under the guidance of Kevin Sullivan. Many feel Sullivan has too much control over him.), The Good, The Bad and the Unsure (Whether it happens overnight or over a period of several months, the bottom line is, more and more wrestlers are changing their philosophical approac h to the sport.), Magnum, T.A.: An Update (As Magnum continues to make a miraculous recovery from a terrible car accident, one can't but help remember the night he faced Ric Flair in Philadelphia.), Ted DiBaise: The Million Dollar Man Who Wants to Buy the Championship (One way or the other he is determined to own the WWF championship. His offer to do so brought attention to his quest, but no support from the fans.), The Wrestling Hall of Fame (Every other sport has one except wrestling. It's time to change that. The first inductee we present is Bruno Sammartino.), Hercules Hernandez: The Potential is There (Many others have it, but never have fulfilled it. Hernandez appears to have it all, and the next year or so will be a critical one for him.), The Black Venus: Princess of Pain (She is vicious and probably the strongest female around. She even has an open challenge to male wrestlers.), Killer Kowalski: A Wrestling Treasure (He is one of the most feared wrestlers in the business. Now he has a training school for newcomers and still makes his presence felt in the ring as a referee.), Wrestling Today's Yesterday Tony Marino: A Case of Pride (Tony Marino traveled a rocky road to the top and is determined to stay there. He parlayed a fine physique and hard work to achieve success.) Departments - Editorial, Wrestling's Hot Wire, World Ratings, Wrestling Today Pin-Up (Ric Flair), Wrestling Today Pin-Up (Rock7Roll RPM's), Wrestling Today Centerfold (George "The Animal" Steele), Wrestling Today Pin-Up (Brad Armstrong), Wrestling Today Pin-Up (Brutus Beefcake), Nostalgia Corner, Wrestling Today Pin-Up (Kevin & Kerry Von Erich), Wrestling Today Pin-Up (Leroux & Blue)
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April
1988
The
Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Leave Missy alone; He's the total man; Look for the Substance.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), You Asked For It (Top stars answer YOUR questions.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Introducing Scott Rexsteiner *The younger brother of Rick Steiner has a bright future.), Q & A (A revealing interview with Bobby Eaton of The Midnight Express.), X-Ray (Our panel of experts examines Kerry Von Erich.(, A Month of Doubt or a Permanent Change? The Midnight Rockers Turn Rulebreaker! (Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels are two very confused men.), Lex Luger: "I'm Free of the Horsemen...But The Horsemen Aren't Free of Me!" ("The Total Package" vows revenge on his former partners.), Full Coverage of Wrestling's Greatest Day (A look at the highlights of a most historic Thanksgiving.), Bonus Color Section! (Wrestler action close-up: Starrcade.), (Wrestler action close-up: The Survivor Series.), (Wrestler action close-up: AWA & World Class.), Former Partners Warn Tito Santana: Rick Martel will Destroy Strike Force (Martel's personality will inevitably result in a championship breakup.), Wahoo McDaniel Whips Curt Henning: "My Strap Match Victory Means More Than the AWA Ritle" (The Indian veteran seeks revenge more than glory.), Beyond the Squared Circle (Candid photos of your favorite wrestling stars.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (The UWF is gone, the CWF is here, and a new cumulative category.)
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April
1988
Wrestling
All-Stars
All Star Comments - Fans Speak Out, All Star Reports - Official Ratings, Wrestling Around the USA All Star Challenges - One Man Gang Gets His Orders! ("Do it now - Do or die" screams Slick!.), Move Over Michael Jackson - Jivetones are Bad (A title is just a matter of time!), "Dr. Death" Steve Williams Fighting an Army! ("That's what being a champ is all about"), Terry Taylor - A Man in Love with Himself ("I'm the true class act in theweUWF!") A;; Star Spotlight - Exclusive Interview (Paul E. Dangerously & His Original Midnight Express!) All Star Color Pin-Ups (Lex Luger - JYD - Abdullah - Chris Champion - Nikita Koloff - Dusty Rhodes and lots more)
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May
1988
Inside
Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Luger's mistake; Always together; Night of Champions), Editor;s Notebook (How do we get "One on One" hooked up.), Behind the dressing room door (Three cheers for Bret Hart and The Jumping Bomb Angels.), On the Road (Stampede Wrestling is getting the recognition it deserves.), Names Making News (All the latest news as of press time.), The Insider (Come on, fans - open your eyes.), On Assignment (Terry Taylor is dangerously near the edge of sanity.), Where Are They Now? (Updates on four mat stars.), Capsule Profile #142 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Steve Williams.), News From the Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (Bunkhouse Stampede, Hogan-Andre, and goodbye to an old friend.), Forget about Barry Windham,,,It's Baby Doll who'll Cause Larry Zbyszko's Downfall (She's done it before, and she'll do it again.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in seven important categories.), Inside Wrestling Roll Call of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere.), Million-Dollar Middleman: The Future of the WWF is in Ted Dibiase's Hands (With so much money at his disposal, anything is possible.), The Road Warriors vs The Warlord & Konga the Barbarian (A special preview and analysis of this violent feud.), Fritz Von Erich: "They've Broken my Body, But Not my Spirit (The patriarch of the Texas mat wars is interviewed on the "Hotseat".), AWA World Tag Champs Again! The Midnight Rockers Derail the Midnight Express (Marty Jannetty and Shawn Michaels score a stunning victory.), One on One (Austin Idol vs Tommy Rich)
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June
1988
Wrestling World
Contents - "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert, Rating the Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the world, including major individual champs and top contenders...compiled by the Mattingley Sports Bureau.), Mat Mail (Letters from our readers.), Stately States (More mat musings for all you Manormaniacs!), The Road Warriors Rage On! (Just when you think you've seen it all Animal and Hawkmanage to stand the wrestling world onit's head...again. Here's why the Roadies are more awesome than ever.), Beyond the Ratings (A look behind the scenes at one of the world's busiest sports bureaus gives you an inside look at why one wrestler's rated higher than another.), The Strange World of Adrian Street (It doesn't get any weider than this! The Exotic One has tiptoed through the tulips right to the top of the mat game. Wrestling World examines Adrian's lifestyle and training techniques.), Kevin Kelly: The Vicious Mr. Magnificent (Mr. Magnificent is after Curt Hennig's scalp and claims he won't be denied. There's no stopping this muscleman on his way to the A.W.A. crown.), The Ultimate Warrior, Sting, The Honky Tonk Man, Bam Bam Bigelow: The Beast of the East (He's one of the W.W.F.s biggest attractions and at 390 pounds he can do anything a 220-pounder can! Here's a look at the skyrocketing career og Bam Bam Bigelow.), Totally Hot! Shaun Simpson has come from South Africa to win over American fans with his good looks and super talent. And this rising star is hot in more ways than one!), New Kings of the Northwest (They come from Texas but they've taken the Pacific Northwest by storm. They're the Southern Rockers and these men from the Lone Star State are destined to go a long, long way.)
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June
1988
Wrestling's Main Event
Features - Bam Bam's Big Mistake, Peter Maivia Jr.: Following in His Father's Footsteps, Satan Reclaims Kevin Sullivan's Soul, Looking Back at the WWF's First 25 Years, Kerry Von Erich: The Return of the Modern Day Warrior, Reader's Poll Results, Gagne vs Hennig: Two Sons Continue the War, A Dangerous Night for Tommy Rich Special Monthly Features - Wrestler of the Month (Lex Luger), Match of the Month (Hogan vs Andre), Into the Spotlight (Larry Zbyszko), Independent Focus (Diamond Timothy Flowers) Exclusive Color Portraits - Lex Luger, Bam Bam vs Virgil, Bruno Sammartino, Hulk Hogan, Ricky Steamboat, Larry Zbyszko and Baby Doll
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August
1988
WWF
Magazine
Features - WWF Interview (WWF Magazine talks with Bad News Brown), Battle of the Titans (Savage shows Virgil and DiBiase who's the Boss), Bret "Hit Man" Hart )WWF Magazine looks at his bright future), The Peggy Sue Puzzle (Who is really being hidden behind that veil), Savage - The First 100 Days (Friends and enemies assess the Reign to date), Rude Vows to Destroy Jake (The Ravishing One is obsessed with The Snake), Muraco Will Collect from Valentine (The Hammer will pay for injuring superstar) Departments - Around the Ring (Editor's comments), Fun Forum (Communications channel for readers), On the Mat (Looking at Jimmy Hart), Newsbreakers (Late-breaking developments), Personality Profile (This month, the Young Stallions), WWF Trivia Test (How well do you know the WWF?), Private Eye (The Bulldogs with their building), WWF Lowdown (Snooping behind the scenes), WWF Wrap Up (Goings on in the WWF), Wrestler's Rebuttal (Bravo pours scorn on the USA), WWF Crossword (Grappling with words), Caught in the Act (Unusual photos from the world of the WWF)
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September
1988
Inside
Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Wildfire's back: A woman scorned), Editor's Notebook (An exploration for the ratings of Jim Comette), Behind the Dressing Room Door (A happy anniversary for The Honky Tonk Man), On The Road (One man's view of the state of the sport), Names Makin' The News (All the latest news as of press time), The Insider (Al Perez may have made the wrong choice), On Assignment (Phone frolics can be very revealing), Where Are They Now? (Updates on four major mat stars), Capsule Profile #146 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Mike Rotundo), News From the Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (Lawler's reward, Koko's folly and Dillon's domain), "The Fantistics Begged Me to Mange Them" by Jim Cornette (An ourtageous claim or a shocking revelation?), WrestleMania IV! The Crockett Cup! Parade of Champions (45 days of Guts and Glory! Full-color coverage: Wrestlemania IV, Full-color coverage: The Crockett Cup, Full-color coverage: World Class Parade of Champions), Jerry Lawler Captures Curt Hennigs's AWA World Title (Memphis will never be the same after this classic moment), Bad News for the Hart Foundation: Bret Defects! (A feud makes for a change in Bret Hart), Kerry Von Erich: "I have my doubts about Michael Hayes"), One on One (Lex Luger vs Barry Windham), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in seven important categories), Inside Wrestling Roll Call of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere), Blast From the Past (This month in wrestling history)
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September
1988
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Hulkamaniacs speak; Winds Of Change; Suspension Stupidity.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of.. (How do the veterans manage to stay around so long.), In Focus (The SuperCards '88 Book of Lists.), No Holds Barred (The Sheepherders get ripped off at the Crockett Cup.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial collumnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The Sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (More on Continental and an explanation of our Top 10 rankings.), Missy Hyatt: Queen For a Day For The King (Jerry Lawler gives Missy a royal lesson in humility.), Press Conference: Barry Windham (The fourth Horseman shocks the wrestling world.), Supercards '88 - Exclusive Coverage of Wrestling's Spring Season (An in-depth analysis the year's major events.), Supercards '88 - Full Color Coverage, WrestkeNabua IV World Title Tournament, More Action From WrestleMania IV, The Clash Of The Champions, The Jim Crockett Memorial Cup Tag Team Tournament, AWA Rage in The Cage, Supercards '88 - Supermoments, WrestleMania IV - Randy Savage vs. Ted DiBiase, WrestleMania IV - WWF World Champion Randy Savage and Elizabeth, The Crockett Cup - The Midnight Rider vs James J. Dillon, Has Oliver Humperdink Failed as Bam Bam Bigelow's Manager? (The big man is on the verge of getting lost in the shuffle.), Scouting Reports (Buddy Roberts, Bret Hart, Steve DiSalvo and more.), Kevin Von Erich: "Iceman Parsons is Using Kerry to Avoid Me!" (The elder Von Erich is looking for a title shot.), Arena Reports (Including match-by-match results from SuperCards '88.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate late-breaking news.), The PWI Poll (This issue's subject: SuperCard Sunday.)
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November
1988
Sports Review Wrestling
Contents - Mailbag (A Eulogy; Honkymania; Bad Treatment.), The Tattler (Late news as of press time.), Ask The Stars (Are you better off with or without a manager.), The Inquiring Reporter (Who's your favorite in the Freebird feud.), We Accuse (The federations should begin levying fines.), Wrestler Of The Month (This issue we honor Hulk Hogan.), Point/Counterpoint (Should Jesse Ventura be allowed to serve as referee.), Sports Review Interview: Bad Company (A frank discussion with AWA World tag champs Tanaka and Diamond.), Memo To All Wrestling Federations: Leave It To The Fans? You've Got To Be Kidding! (Putting big decisions in the hands of the fans is asking for trouble.), Special Section: The Great American Bash! Full Coverage of All The Action, Drama and Controversy (June 26, Orlando, Florida)(July 16, Greensboro, North Carolina)(July 10, Baltimore, Maryland)(July 23, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)(July 31, Detroit, Michigan), Honky Tonk Man vs. Brutus Beefcake: This Never Ending Feud Must End Now! (Their battles must end for the good of both wrestlers.), The Rock 'N' Roll Express Splits Up! Wjp's To Blame? (The end of the famous tag team leads to a host of questions.), Kerry & Kevin Von Erich Look To The Future (After overcoming tragedy, it's onward and upward for the brothers.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Ratings explanations plus Windy City rankings.)
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December
1988
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Cage Catastrophe; Continental Comrade; Bash Bashing.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of... (Can Curt Hening star in the WWF?), In Focus (Quantity or quality? T-shirt contest; Seperated at birth.), No Holds Barred (The Honky Tonk Man stakes his claim as an all-time great.), Matt Brock: Looking at Jake Roberts (Our veteran reporter examines "The Snake".), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial somumnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Angry Road Warriors; Windy City ratings.), AWA World Champ Jerry Lawler: "I've Beaten Savage and Flair - I'm the Best!" (Why "The King" believes he is the only world champion."), Press Conference: Precious (The beautiful valet discusses her troubles with Kevin Sullivan.), The Four Horsemen's Revolving Door - Who's The Next to Go? (Is wrestling's most infamous organization planning more changes.), PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of Hacksaw Duggan.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A beautiful color portrait of Hacksaw Duggan.), Why Bam Bigelow Left the WWF (Tired of being overlooked, the big man is moving on.), Media Review (It's an expanding pay-per-view world for wrestling.), Pro Wrestling Illustrated Exclusive: Bruiser Brody's Last Match (A last look at the man who will enter history as a legend.), Too Much Talent: It's Time for a WWF Intercontinental Tag Titles (The WWF has many teams - and not enough prizes to shoot for.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The PWI Poll (This issue's subject: The Powers of Pain join the WWF.)
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December
1988
Wrestling All-Stars
All Star Comments - Fans Speak Out! All Star Reports - Official Ratings, Wrestling Around The USA! All Star Challenges - Who Are The Champs And Who Are The Chumps?!! (A special Guest Editorial.), Rockers Out To Rock WWF (Eyeing Demolition - believe it or not!), Steve Regal Sizzles! (But is he the forgotten man of wrestling?) All Star Spotlight - Is The NWA Protecting Ric Flair? (The answer may surprise you!) All Star Color Pin-Ups - Ronnie Garvin, Road Warrior, Animal, Al Perez, Kerry Von Erich, Madusa Miceli & lots more
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Winter
1988
Pro Wrestling Illustrated Annual
Contents - Introduction (Your guide to this edition of Pro Wrestling Illustrated Annual.), Best of Dressing Room Confidential (The whole truth and nothing but the truth.), Best of On Assignment (Getting in shape with Tommy Rogers.), Best of Off The Top Rope (The way this immortal columnist would like to be remembered.), Revealed! Paul Ellering's Plot to Brainwash Arn Snderson (Playing with the rookie's head was child's play for the master.), Comeback Wrestler of the Year: The Rebirth of Magnificent Muraco (With a new attitude comes a renewed will to win.), The Road Warriors Threaten the AWA: "Take Your Belts and Shove 'em" (Either give them some competition or bid them farewell.), Bulldog vs Bulldog: It Really Happened and We Have the Photos! (Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith tried to rip each other's heads off.), How the Fans are Destroying Jim Garvin (The level of competition you demanded would be too much for any man.), Are the Four Horsemen Protecting Ric Flair from Lex Luger? (If he wasn't such a threat, he would never have been a horseman.), Fabulous Color Pinups - Kevin Von Erich, Sting, Precious, Raymond Rougeau; Randy Savage vs Ted GiBiase: How this Feud Controls Hulk Hogan's Destiny (If the wrong man wins, Hulk Hogan will be there to meet him.), Press Conference: Michael Hayes (When this man is given a forum, he doesn't hold back.), Matt Brock's Looking at...George Steele ("The Animal" comes under the scrutiny of the venerable journalist.), Official Wrestler Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (A look behind the ratings.), Ringside Update with Bill Apter (The latest news as of press time.)
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January
1989
Pro Wrestling
Illustrated
Between Falls (No respect; Women's World; Sullivan's deranged), Ringside with Bill Apter (All the latest news as of press time), From the Desk of...Stuart M. Saks (Ric Flair's campaign for respectability), In Focus with Craig Peters (It's time for predictions' Who does read PWI?), No Holds Barred (Wrestling needs more common sense in enforcing rules), Matt Brodk: Looking at the Honky Tonk Man (Our veteran reporter examines the former intercontinental champion), Off the Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected ratings), Ratings Analysis (More silly ratings categories plus an AWA ratings explanation), Person to Person from Sting (A lucky PWI reader receives a phone call from his hero - and you get to evesdrop), Press Conference: Iceman Parsons (The new World Class Texas champion blasts The Von Erichs), The Hogan-Savage-Elizabeth Triangle: Will the Megawoman Destroy the Megapowers? (The beautiful manager could prove to be The Megapowers undoing), PWI Closeup (A gorgeous career biography of Barry Windham.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A gorgeous color portrait of Barry Windham), Achievement '88: Vote for 1988's Greatest Wrrestlers and Matches (It;s your choice to decide these prestigious annual awards!), Scouting Report (Hulk Hogan, Brickhouse Brown, Nikita Koloff and more), The Road Warriors Shocking Claim: "We'll Win the World Belts at Starrcade - or We'ss Retire (The Legion of Doom would pay the untimate price for the World title), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news), The PWI Poll (This issue's subject: Summerslam 88)
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January
1989
Sports Review Wrestling
Contents - Mailbag (Rocking 'n' Reeling; The Royal King; Tricks and Treats.), The Tattler (Late news as of press time.), Ask The Stars (What's the hottest trend in wrestling today?), The Inquiring Reporter (Should Nikita Koloff once again trust his uncle Ivan?), We Accuse (Wrestling shouldn't always be a family affair.), Wrestler of the Month (This issue we honor AWA TV champion Ronnie Garvin.), Point/Counterpoint (Should Oliver Humperdink be Bam Bam Bigelow's manager?), Sports Review Interview: Jerry Lawler (A revealing discussion with the AWA World Champion.), AWA/World Class/CWA Spectacular: Exclusive Preview of Superclash III (Wrestling's latest supercard promises first-rate excitement.), Special Section: Randy Savage's Career in Pictures: The Early Years, The Molding of a Star, The Road to a Title, Savage Wins the WWF Belt, Championship Defenses, Dillon On One Side, You On The Other: Who Will Win the Tug-Of-War for Sting? (Will Sting stay loyal to his fans - or fall prey to the almighty dollar.), Sports Review Fantasy Special: Cheryl Leaves Jake For Rick (Imagine the turmoil is Cheryl Roberts left her husband for Rick Rude.), Ric Flair's Toughest Battle: His Battle For Respect (He may be the NWA champion, but few hold Flair in high regard.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Charting former UWF stars, plus a new Florida promotion.)
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January
1989
WWF
Magazine
Features - WWF Interview (Brother Love has some curious answers), Battle of the Titans (Roberts vs Rude plus as Andre shocker), Hulkster Vows Vengeance (Fury over The Boss Man's treachery), Street Fight (Bad News challenges The Macho Man), The Brain Busters (Bobby Heenan's new weapon), Ted DiBiase's Frustration (Hercules will not submit to slavery), Duggan Shows the Flag (He's fed up with Dino Bravo) Departments - On the Mat (A surprise from the Body), Newsbreakers (Is Brother Love on the take?), Personality Profile (This month, Mr. Perfect), Private Eye (Koko B. Ware with his family), Wrestler's Rebuttal (Ted DiBiase's enslaving viewpoint)
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March
1989
Wrestling Power
Contents - More Power To You, Ratings, Wrestling Powerline, Going For The Gold: Sting vs. Flair, They Call Him The Grappler. Power To The People!, Powerhouse Profile: Ken Patera, Latitudes South, Dream Team vs Rose & Sommers, Power Struggle of The Month: Duggan vs One Man Gang, Antonio Inoki, Pen Pals, Hot Products Full Color Pin Ups - Tom Brandi, Ken Wayne, The Road Warriors, Kerry Von Erich, Bob "Super Bad" Bradley, Steve Casey, Debbie Combs Wrestling Power Pixs Pin Ups - Candi Divine, Masa Saito, The Ultimate Warrior, Lex Luger
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March
1989
Wrestling Ringside
Opening Attractions - Ringside Round-Up! (The latest wrestling scene developments!.), Official Ratings, Letters (Ringside readers sound off!) Ringside Main Events - How Good Is The Ultimate Warrior? (With Hogan & Savage in his corner, he could go all the way!), Russian Civil War (Reunited Koloffs out to K.O. Assassins!), Midnight Express New Fan Darlings! (Getting cheered - not jeered.), DeBeers Waging A War Of Hatred (But learns a valuable lesson!) Ringside Exclusive - Ringside Action Spotlight! Sting vs. Barry Windham, Battle of the Bam Bam's (Gordy battered by Bigelow.)
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Spring
1989
Wrestling
Superstars
Fan Forum (Two views on Duggan, Hail to the Express, On the Road again.), Superstar Grapevine (Late news as of press time.), Superstar Quotebook (They said it...you read it here first), Know Your Holds (Ronnie Garvin explains the complexities of the stepover toehold), Superstar Dream Match: Sting vs. The Ultimate Warrior), Superstar Interview: Paul Ellering (A frank discussion with the manager of The Road Warriors), Exclusive Coverage of the Fifth Annual Cotton Bowl Spectacular (An exclusive look at one of World Class' biggest cards of the year!), Mike Rotundo Tells Rick Steiner: :You're Too Dumb to be my Partner!" (The conflicts between these college greats are turning into total war!), Special Section: 10 Top Stars Reveal..."My Toughest Match": Barry Windham, Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger, Jerry Lawler, Ted DiBlass, Ivan Kolof, Hacksaw Duggan, Kerry Von Erich, Dusty Rhodes; Superstar Data Sheet (Your personal information center on Barry WIndham), Superstar Action Gallery: Barry Windham (The newest Horseman is featured in a full-color action centerfold), Other Viewpoints (Five wrestlers speak out on Barry Windham), The French Connection: Andre the Giant & Dino Bravo's Plot to Destroy Hacksaw Duggan (Can these two hated rulebreakers succeed in savaging the WWF's leading patriot?), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected ratings), Ratings Analysis (New number-one tag team plus a Most Hated analysis)
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April
1989
Gold Belt Wrestling
Contents - Small Talk, The Road Warriors... ("We don't need anyone but outselves.), Prince Peter Maivia...("I know my Father is proud of me.), Ratings, What Will Happen To The Champions For 1989?, Nobody Asked But, GBW Presents...WWF Superstars (Photo Feature.), Rick Steiner vs. Ric Flair ("When the DogFaced gentleman wrestled Ric Flair.), Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson...(From Horsemen to Heenan's Brainbusters".), The Squared Circle, Ivan & Nikita Koloff...("Blood is thicker than water".)
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April
1989
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (A Word of Thanks; Anguished by Andre; Where Are They?), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of...(What would you do with the NWA if you were in charge.), In Focus (Rhetorical questions, a material world, and the Midnight wars.), No Holds Barred (The British Bulldogs return home to Calgary.), Matt Brock: Looking At Ronnie Garvin (Our veteran reporter examines "Hands of Stone".), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial comumnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tracking trends, closeup on Atlantic Coast Wrestling.), Revealed At Last! The Men Who Made Paul E. So Dangerous (The young manager had plenty of help on the way to the top.), Press Conference: Don Muraco (The new North American champion speaks out in a frank interview.), Has Savage Signed To Wrestle Hogan at Wrestlemania V? (Could the decades biggest match be a reality.), PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of Rick Steiner.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A stunning full-color portrait of the "Dogfaced Gremlin".), How The Powers Of Pain Played You For Fools (Why Warlord and Barbarian exploited their surporters.), Media Review (A critical look at the holiday TV spectaculars.), Ted Turner Buys The NWA: What Does It Mean For Wrestling? (It's the dawn for a new era for wrestling's oldest federation.), Wendi Richter: "My Hatred For Madusa Miceli Made Me Champion Again!" (How Richter's scorn led to her third world title.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The PWI Poll (This issues subject: Japanese wrestling.)
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April
1989
Superstar Wrestlers
Super Stories - Hogan & Savage Will Brawl For It All! (Hulkamaniacs & Machomaniacs holdin' their breaths!), Superclash 3! (You had to see it to believe it! 13 pages of action pix!!), Bam Bam Bigelow Pours It On! ("I'll be the next U.S. Champ!"), Will The Road Warriors Pay For Their Treachery? (Luger & Sting vow, "We'll settle this thing!") Superstar Exclusives - Wendi Richter's Private Pictures! (Tag along for the fun.), The Jimmy Valiant Story! (Get to know the Boogie Woogie Man!) Super Features - Star Talk, Superstar Letters, Official Ratings
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April
1989
World Wrestling Federation
Features - WWF Interview (Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake struts his stuff.), Battle Of The Titans (Results from the Royal Rumble.), The Main Event (Mega-Powers vs Twin Towers on live Prime-Time TV.), Red Rooster Goes After Heenan (He hopes to teach The Brain a wrestling lesson.), Rick Rude: "I Will Be The Ultimate Champion" (Ravishing Rick predicts victory over Ultimate Warrior.), Fuji's Plan (Insights on Fuji and The Powers of Pain.), A Giant Problem (Jake must plan a strategy against Andre the Giant.) Departments - Around The Ring (Editor's comments.), Fan Forum (Communication channel for readers.), Body Language (Jesse "The Body" Ventura tells it like it is.), Newsbreakers (Late-breaking developments.), Personality Profile (This month, Rugged Ronnie Garvin.), WWF Trivia Test (How well do you know the WWF?), Private Eye (The Bushwackers on the loose in Busch Gardens.), WWF Lowdown (Snooping behind the scenes.), Wrestler's Rebuttal (Red Rooster flies off the handle over Heenan.), WWF Crossword (Grappling with words.), Caught In The Act (Unusual photos from the world of the WWF.)
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April
1989
Wrestling All Stars
All Star Comments - Fans Speak Out All Star Reports - Official Ratings, Wrestling Around the USA! All Star Challenges - Hercules Unchained! ("I'm no one's slave now!".), How Does This Sound: Rick Steiner - Superstar!, Battle of The Midnight Expresses! (Cornette's cronies out for blood!), Road Warriors Breakin' Rules & Bustin' Heads! (And the fans love it!), The Rampaging Rougeaus! (Are they fabulous - or fakes?!!) All Star Spotlight - Annual Wrestling Peaders Poll! (The votes are in! Check out some shocking surprises!!) All Star Color Pin-Ups! - Sting, Michael Hayes, Fantastics, Ron Bass, Hercules & lots more)
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July
1989
Inside Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Midnight Madness; Superstar Slaughter; True Colors.), Editor's Notebook (The incredible comeback of Ken Patera.), Behind The Dressing Room Door (Addresses where you can send mail directly to wrestlers.), On The Road (Sometimes it helps to get things off your chest.), Names Make News (All the latest news as of press time.), The Insider (Terry Taylor's new image is nothing to crow about.), On Assignment (Finally, the real Michael Hayes is back.), Where Are They Now (Updates on four major mat stars.), Capsule Profile #156 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Akeem.), News From The Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (Megacards, Flair vs Steamboat, Sheik, Japan and more.), Nikita! Landell! Garvin! Fantasticks! Morton! Ex-NWA Stars Shine On (An independent card proved that top NWA stars never die.), Kerry Von Erich's Shocking Confession: :I Can't Count On My Brother Anymore" (Kerry misses his older brother, but there's little he can do.), Megapowers II? It's Time For Sting and Ultimate Warrior to Reunite (This reformation would change the sport forever.), Is Jimmy Hart Randy Savage's Secret Manager? (A link to the "Macho Man's" past could be a key to his future.), Barry Windham: "Losing The U.S. Title Was a Blessing" (The former U.S. Champion tells all in a surprising "Hotseat" discussion.), Demolition vs Powers of Pain: World Champions of Violence! (Whoever wins this feud will be known as wrestling's most barbaric duo.), One On One (Rick Steamboat vs Ric Flair.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in seven important categories.), Inside Wrestling Roll Call of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere.), Blast From The Past (This month is wrestling history.)
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July
1989
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Contents - Between Falls (Hulk's still the Man; Ultimate strategy; Legendary fraud.), Ringside with Bill Apter (All the latest news as of press time.), From the Desk of...Stuart M. Saks (What would wrestling be like without Hulk Hogan?), In Focus with Bob Smith ("Sky" high, and a new member of the PWI family.), No Holds Barred (What if some of wrestling's biggest events never happened.), Matt Brock: Looking at Larry Zbyszko (Our vetern reporter examines the AWA World Champion.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tracking trends, plus ICW ratings.), Rick Steamboat: "I'm Not a Real Champ Till I Beat Luger & Sting" (Pride drives the NWA champion to wrestle his friends.), Press Conference: Paul E. Dangerously (The outspoken manager tells all in an outrageouos interview.), The Night They Carried Hulk Hogan Away On a Stretcher (Will the former WWF champion ever be the same.), PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of Roddy Piper.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A breathtaking full-color pinup of the "Rowdy Scot".), Why John Studd is Deathly Afraid of Andre the Giant (The big man must overcome fear to defeat his enemy.), How Diamond Dallas Page Almost Ruined Don Muraco (A money-making scheme almost finished "The Rock's" career.), The PWI Dream Tournament: You Decide Who Wins (At last - your chance to determine the world's greatest wrestler.), Arena Reports (Matchj-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The PWI Poll (This issue's subject: AWA World Champion Larry Zbyszko.)
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October
1989
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Praise The Lord; Cool Cooley; The Point Is Mute.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), Win, Lose or Draw *Mike Enos wants to be heard.), Blindsided (An investigation of the ICW's angry champion.), Thumb's Up, Thumb's Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them the most.), Correspondent's Report's (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered.), Introducing "Beetlejuice" Art Barr (Roddy Piper's changed him from a stylist to a wildman.), Q & A: Billy Jack Haynes (The veteran star explains why he "unretired".), Spotlight On Mussy Hyatt (A look at the beautiful blonde's career highlights.), A-Ray: Rick Steamboat (Our panel of experts examines "The Dragon".), A Quuick Fix For World Class Madness: Ban Eric Embry! (An end to the anarchy must come - now.), Blanchard, Anderson, Windham and ??? Is J.J. Dillon Rebuilding The Four Horsemen In The WWF? (The unscrupulous manager may be preparing for a comeback.), Deception, Disgrace and Destiny: The Teddy Long Story (The former referee is intent on writing wrestling history.), No Holds Barred! Hogan & Beefcake vs. Zeus & Savage: An Exclusive Preview & Analysis (An intense look at one of this year's most anticipated bouts.), Michael Hayes: "I Made Lex Luger A Man" (The Freebird is taking credit for Luger's turn to rulebreaking.), Beyond The Squared Circle (Candid photos of your favorite stars.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tracking trends and a look at your letters.)
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November
1989
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - Robert Fuller: The Man Jeff Jarrett Can't Brush Off (For more than a year, Robert Fuller has feuded with Jeff Farrett in the CWA and World Class areas. Now, the young star has moved to the CWF, but Fuller's going there, too - and he wants at Jarrett more than ever!), Press Conference: Rick Steiner (The "Dogfaced Gremlin" discusses his brother Scott, his feud against Kevin Sullivan and Mike Rotundo, and his strange relationship with several canine friends.), Dusty Rhodes: Alone And In Danger (In the NWA, there were always men for the "American Dream" to depend on. Now he is in the strange new world of the WWF, where he must face the strongest competition of his career - alone.), Lex Luger vs. Rick Steamboat: The Untold Story Behind Their Tragic Feud (When Luger attacked Steamboat, it was one of the most shocking incidents of the year. But the wounds Steamboat suffered go much further than skin deep.), Ultimate Warrior's Heartbreaking Mission: He Must Retire Andre The Giant (Many years ago, Andre was an inspiration to a young Ultimate Warrior. Today Andre has turned his back on his fans, and the Warrior must show the Giant the error of his ways.), The PWIDream Tournament Semifinals: You Decide Who Wins (Examine the secomd-round singles results, and make your decisions about who will move into the final round.) Departments - Between Falls (Selective Recall, Super Steiner, Foul Freebirds.), Ringside (All the latest reviews as of press time.), From the Desk Of.. (Boxer-wrestler mixed matches are despicable.), No Holds Barred (It's a perilous life on the road for grapplers.), In Focus (The struggle for NWA supremecy continues.), Matt Bock: Looking at Wahoo McDaniel (Our veteran columnist examines this retired superstar.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most recpected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tracking Trends on The Road Warriors, Ric Flair and others.), PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of Ric Flair.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A magnificent portrait of the "Nature Boy".), Scouting Report (Jimmy Snuka, Mil Mascaras, Larry Zbyszko and more.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The PWIPoll (This issue's subject: The "new" Lex Luger.)
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December
1989
Wrestling USA
Contents - Introduction (Your guide to this edition of Wrestling USA.), USA Update (Ric Flair discusses his return to the NWA throne.), Wrestling USA: New York, New York (Eddie Ellner's raucous observations in "Straight Talk".), Wrestling USA: Rockville Centre, New York (More "Seperated At Birth" in Craig Peters "In Focus".), Wrestling USA: Viuce If The Fans (Fans tell "The Inquiring Reporter" how they feel about Sherri Martel.), Wrestling USA: New York, New York (Matt Brock's "Looking Back" aa Superstar Graham vs. Dusty Rhodes.), Wrestling USA: Atlanta, Georgia ("Win, Lose or Draw" takes a second look at Teddy Long.), Wrestling USA: Amarillo, Texas (An exclusive "Wrestling '89" interview with Terry Funk.), Wrestling USA: Rockville Centre, New York (Six legends take the stage for an exclusive "Press Conference:.), Wrestling USA: Minneapolis, Minnesota (Joe Blanchard in a thuught provoking "Sports Review Interview".), Wrestling USA: Dallas, Texas (Why obey the rules?), Wrestling USA: Glens Falls, New York (Inside information! 20 facts you never knew about Hacksaw Duggan.), Wrestling USA: Portland, Oregon (Roddy Piper is back! :I'm addicted to Wrestling.), Wrestling USA: Atlanta, Georgia (The Road Warriors - What's holding back The World's Greatest Tag Team?), Bonus Full-Color Section - Wrestling Action USA! (Jerry Lawler vs. Matt Borne, Paul Diamond vs. Akio Sato, Dusty Rhodes vs. Ted DiBiase, Rick & Scott Steiner vs. Mike Rotundo & Kevin Sullivan.), Wrestling USA: Dallas, Texas (The Secrets of High-Flying Success.), Wrestling USA: New Haven, Connecticut (The Bushwackers - Winning Ugly.), Wrestling USA: Charlotte, North Carolina (Special Section: Ric Flair's personal photo album.), Wrestling USA: Chicago, Illinois (Muscle-for-muscle, Who's more awesome: Hogan or Luger?), Dateline USA (Your comments on past issues.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tracking trends and rating the managers.)
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January
1990
Inside Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Zbyszko Ripoff; Save Elizabeth; Matt's Diet.), Editor's Notebook (Who is the team of the decade?), Behind The Dressing Room Door (A look at the Survivor Series '89.), On The Road (Common sense from Terry Funk - of all people.), Names Making News (All the latest news as of press time.), The Insider (Wrestling moves out of the family arena.), On Assignment (Ricky and Robert discover that they're better off together.), Where Are They Now? (Updates of our four major mat stars.), Capsule Profile #162 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Dennis Condrey.), News From The Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (A staff shrink, Gossett's diapers and Stan Hansen.), Rock 'N' Revival: Morton & Gibson's Incredible Comeback (The ever-popular tag-team wins the CWA title!), We've Found Him! The Man Who Can Defeat Hulk Hogan (A clue? He's from Borger, Texas and he's a former world champion.), Why Sting's Friendship Is Tearing Ric Flair Apart (The "Nature Boy" wants to fight his own battles.), Jack Roberts vs. Ted Bibiase. Cold-Blooded Obsession ("The Snake" will risk his life to get "The Million Dollar Man".), Paul E. Dangerously: "I'm Too Dangerous For The NWA (The controversial manager takes his place on the "Hotseat".), Lawler vs. Embry: The King of Memphis vs The King of Texas (It's a royal rumble in the Lone Star State.), One On One (Sgt. Slaughter vs. Col. DeBeers.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in seven important categories.), Inside Wrestling Roll Call of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere.), Blast From The Past (This month in wrestling history.)
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January
1990
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - Kerry Von Erich vs. The Clawhold...and The Clawhold Wins (When the "Modern-Day Warrior" locked up with Taras Bulba, the Mysterious Mongolian, Von Erich assumed it would be just another bout. Little did he or the fans realize that Bulba would upset the Texas legend in the shocker of the year.), Press Conference: Jim Ross (The respected commentator discusses the state of the sport, the rapid growth of the NWA, and picks the winner of a Hulk Hogan-Ric Flairmatch!), Next Victim: Hulk Hogan (The Ultimate Warrior has rampaged through the WWF, destroying every opponent that has come into his path. But now, the massive intercontinental champion is lusting for the WWF World title - and Hulk Hogan stands in his path to glory.), Achievement '89: Vote for 1989's Greatest Wrestlers and Matches (It's time for PWI readers to honor the stars and events that made 1989 such a memorable year. Select your favorites and send in your ballot today. You'll be helping make wrestling history.), The Midnight Express: "Cornette's On Shaky Ground" (One year ago, Stan Lane and Bobby Eaton - The Midnight Express - were the hottest team in the NWA. Today's Express, however, is in the midst of a prolonged slump - and both members blame their wily manager, Jim Cornette!), You Decide Who Wins! The PWIDream Tournament Championship Final (Examine the semifinal results, and make your decision on who will emerge as the champion of this exciting imaginary tournament.) Departments - Between Falls (Dream Time, Talent Drain, Let's See MaGee.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of...(Saks replies to a staunch defender of Dusty Rhodes.), No Holds Barred (An update of some recent columns.), In Focus (It's time to look ahead to 1990.), PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of Sid Vicious.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A magnificient portrait of the Skyscraper star.), Scouting Report (P.Y. Chu-Hi, Randy Savage, Derrick Dukes and more.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquuirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), The PWIPoll (This issue's subject: Foreign objects.)
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January
1990
Wrestling World
Contents - The Road Warriors, Rating the Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the world, including individual champs, and top contenders...Completed by the Mattingley Sports Bureau.), Mat Mail (Letters from our readers.), Stately States (Mr. Manor's therapeutic wrestling word association.), Mat This 'n That (A melting pot of wrestling news, views and products.), Sting VOws to Climb to the Top (He's got the popularity. Now all the talented Stinger has to do is defeat the Great Mute, Lex Luger and the reigning champ, Ric Flair..), Zeus: The Human Wrecking Machine (After SummerSlam, people knew Zeus wasn't invincible after all. But many still believe he has the power to pull Hulk Hogan off the throne.), Wrestling's News and Views (Here's the latest issues confronting the mat game as our trusty correspondent analyses the current headlines in the wrestling world.), Who is That Masked Man (Here's a loo9k at some of the most successful hooded hombres in the ring...and some of the reasons they went undercover in the first place.), Midnight Express: On the Right Track (Jim Cornette is used to winning and Beautiful Bobby and Sweet Stan are used to being N.W.A. Tag Team champs. And that'sjust what they plan to be...again.), Lex Luger, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Hulk Hogan, Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Ric Flair, Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake, Terry Funk, Rockin' On (The Rockers are what tag-team wrestling is all about. They're fast, agile and work together like a well-oiled machine. And they've got a great future in the W.W.F.), The One, and Certainly Only, "Sweet Man" (He was known as Sputnik Monroe, one of the original bad guys of the mat game. But this colorful character liked the moniker of the "Sweet Man" just a little better.), Independent Focus: "The Rocket" Pat Brady (This native Canadian likes the free-agent market and plans to use his success in his homeland as a steppingstone to world glory.), Northwest Canadian Wrestling News (Say so long to All-Star Wrestling and look for good things to come out of the Stampede promotion run by mat legend Stu Hart.), Takedown on Tape (Reviews on Tape (Reviews of the hottest wrestling action on videotape.)
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February
1990
Sports Review Wrestling
Contents - Mailbag (Doomed Warriors; I-C Greatness; Air Tokyo.), The Tattler (Late news as of press time.), Straight Talk (Our most outspoken columnist shoots from the lip.), Locker Room Confidential (Three champions, three legends.), Ask The Stars (What is it that managers do for their wrestlers.), Inquiring Reporter (How do you feel about speciality matches?), Wrestling Scrapbook (A look at the sport five, 10, 15 and 20 years ago this month.), Wrestler Of The Month (This issue we honor Texas champion Kerry Von Erich.), Point/Counterpoint (Should "Sensational" Sherri be banned from ringside?), Great Muta & Lex Luger: Their Two-Pronged Attack Will Destroy Ric Flair (Can even the NWA World Champion survive this kind of assault.), Special Feature: Your Wrestling Datebook and Calendar For 1990 (This year's edition features the greatest matches of the decade.), Roddy Piper: Red-Hot Scot! (The rowdy one is fast becoming the WWF's most popular star.), Sport Review Interview: Kerry Von Erich (A revealing discussion with the "Modern Day Warrior".), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Title turmoil, tracking trends and more.)
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March
1990
Wrestling's
Main Event
Features - Tom "Z Man" Zenk: Headed for a Championship, Dusty Rhodes Relives his Past, The "Macho King" Speaks Out, The Downfall of the Steiner Brothers: She is Woman, Hewar her Roar, Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson: Back Where They Belong, Jake "The Snake" Roberts' Triumphant Return to the WWF, You Can't Trust Jim Cornette, The Rockers Run the Rougeaus Out of the WWF Special Monthly Features - Wrestler of the Month ("Rowdy" Roddy Piper), Into the Spotlight (Billy Travis), Match of the Month (The Great Muta vw Ric Flair) Exclusive Color Portraits - "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Tom "Z Man" Zenk, "Macho King" Randy Savage, Woman, The Rockers Departments - Editors Corner, Letters to the Editor, The Lord's Manor, Video Review, Heart Punch, Round Up, Ratings, The Last Page
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April
1990
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - Any Opponent Anytime: The Rockers Command Respect (They've overcome the odds, their critics, and their lack of size and power. Today's Rockers are more than willing to mix it up with any opponents the WWF has to offer - and their proving their excellence in the bargain.), Press Conference: Sting (The California native has long been one of the NWA's most popular stars. Now he's more fiercely determined than ever. Find out what's really on his mind in this frank and revealing conversation.), PWI Wrestler of the Decade: Why Lex Luger Cuoldn't Ruin Ric Flair's Greatest Day (When the "Total Package" destroyed Flair's trophy designating the NWA World champion as the finest grappler of the past 10 years, Luger assumed he had destroyed the "Nature Boy's" moment of glory. Not a chance.), Hulk Hogan Gets Revenge! "Mr. Perfect" Isn't Perfect Anymore (Curt Hennig was undefeated in the WWF for more than a year. When he and Lenny Poffo destroyed the "Hulkster's" World title belt, Hogan took aim at that record. Bulls-eye!), Jerry Lawler: "The Fans Have Changed, Not Me!" ("The King" is now every bit as hated in Memphis as he is in the rest of the country. He's breaking rules and abandoning friends, but Lawler insists it's the fans who have turned their backs on him.), The Winners Are Announced! The PWI Dream Tag Team Tournament Final (Examine the results and see if you agree with the winner of the biggest fantasy tournament ever. Is it The Road Warriors or Demolition? Read this and find out.) Departments - Between Falls (Luger's Gift; The Great Debate; Buzz is Back.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of...(The editors name the PWI "Wrestler of the Decade".), No Holds Barred (Scotty the Body's nuptial nightmare.), In Focus (Speciality matches, imperfect perfection and more.), Matt Brock: Looking At The Midnight Express (Our veteran columnist examines Stan Lane and Bobby Eaton.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tracking trends, plus the "second" 10.), PWI Closeup (An in-depth career biography of Dusty Rhodes.), PWI Super Bonus Centerfold (A magnificent portrait of the :American Dream".), Scouting Reports (Bad News Brown, Kerry Von Erich, Chris Champion and more.), Arena Reports (Match-by-match results from around the wrestling world.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate. late-breaking news.), The PWI Poll (This issue's subject: Independent wrestling.)
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April
1990
Wrestling
All-Stars
All Star Comments - Fans Speak Out All Star Reports - Official Ratings, Wrestling Around the USA! All Star Challenges - Mexican Wrestling! (Red hot action from South of the Border), Sensational Sherri! (She's tough as granite), Sammartino Whips Koloff! (With a chain), Superfly Jimmy Snuka! (Flyin' higher than ever), Bret Hart! (Hitman on the prowl), Readers' Poll (Vote for the "Wrestler of the Decade") All Star Spotlight - The Great Muta (One Step away from the Gold) All Star Color Pin-Ups - Mad Dog Buzz Sawyer, David Sammartino, The Steiner Brothers, Magnificent Mimi, Big John Studd, Norman the Lunatic, Curt "Mr. Perfect" Hennig
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May
1990
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Horse Manure; Ultimate Champion; Steiner Line.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), No Holds Barred (The titanic battle of PNW vixens: Who cares.), Blindsided (Lamenting the demise of the smaller federations.), Thumgs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered.), Introducing Brad Anderson (The newest Horseman hopeful is looking to make his mark.), Q & Q: "Mean" Mark Callous (The new Skyscraper is featured in an outspoken interview.), Spotlight On Jim Cornette (A look at the devious manager's unique career.), X-Ray: Bill Dundee (Our panel of experts examines the Australian "Superstar".), Sting & Ultimate Warrior: Running A Parallel Course to Greatness (They took different roads, but they both led to glory.), Can Kerry & Kevin Von Erich Meet The Challengers Of The '90s? (It's a brave new world for wrestling's most famour brothers.), Law And Order Comes To The WWF: Big Bossman Rehabilitated! (The former corrections officer is being cheered by the fans.), Why Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk Must Split Up - Now (They'd be much better off as singles grapplers.), A Decade Of Greatness, Part Two: Hulkamania Runs Wild (The second installment of a three-part series honoring the "Hulkster".), Matt Brock's Looking Back (March 1963: Edouard Carpentier vs. Don Leo Jonathan.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Lots of changes in our ratings this issue
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May
1990
Wrestling
Eye
Features - Sting: Champ of the 90s, Randy Savage: King or Court Jester, The Perfect-Hogan Story, The Great Muta: Superstar on the Rise, The Piper Heenan Saga: Comedy or Tragedy?, Movin' On: Tully Talks of his Retirement, The War Zone: Ric Flair vs Lex Luger, Kamala: Still Crazy After All These Years, Tom Pritchard: The Golden Lion of Wrestling, Hype in Wrestling: The Wave of the Future, George Cannon: Wrestling's Crybaby, Female Free-For-All Pin Ups - Ric Flair, Diamond Dallas Page & Coldebeers, Michael Hayes, Big Boss Man, Animal, Jeff Gaylord, Lex Luger, Jake Roberts, Greg Valentine, Dusty Rhodes, Dan Spivey, Ricky Morton, Eddie Gilbert, Brutus Beefcake
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December
1990
Sports Review Wrestling
Contents - Mailbag (Surging Steiners; Fee Fi Fo Fum; Federation Follies.), The Tattler (Late news as of press time.), Straight Talk (Our most outspoken columnist shoots fromthe lip.), Locker Room Confidential (Conventional wisdom isn't always conventional.), The Inquiring Reporter (Who do you trust - Sgt. Slaughter or Nikolai Volkoff?), Ask the Stars (Does a wrestler's strategy change if his finisher falters?), Wrestling Scrapbook (A look at the sport through the eyes of history.), Matt Brock: Looking at Jeff Jarrett (Our veteran columnist examines the USWA fan favorite.), Point / Counterpoint (Should the NWA strip Arn Anderson of the TV title?), Wrestler of the Month (This month we honor Hulk Hogan), Special Photo Section: Summerslam '90 - Match-by-Match Coverage -The Rockers vs Power & Glory, Sensational Sherri vsSapphire, Brother Love interviews Sgt. Slaughter, Curt Hennig vs Kerry Von Erich, Warlord vs Tito Santana, Bad News Brown vs Jake Roberts, Demolition vs The Hart Foundation, Dusty Rhodes vs Randy Savage, The Orient Express vs Nikolai Volkoff & Hacksaw Duggan, Ultimate Warrior vs Rick Rude, Hulk Hogan vs Earthquake; "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich: This I-C Champion Blows Away The Ultimate Warrior (The "number-two" champ could be the number one wrestler.), Rick & Scott Steiner: The U.S. Tag Team Isn't Enough (Now they're lusting for a piece of Doom.), The Hart Fundation: The Secret Behind Their WWF Tag Team Victory (They didn't earn their glory by themselves.), Sports Review Interview: Paul Orndorff ("Mr. Wonderful" reveals why he left the NWA.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Some unusual ratings categories.)
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March
1991
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - 1990: The Year In Review (Here's a no-hold barred look at some of the events that shaped professional wrestling during the past 12 months. Plus, 1990 by the numbers, the year's best quotes and much more!), The Pro Wrestling Illustrated Achievement '90 Awards (Your votes have determined the winners in 10important categories. Sting closes a tumultous year with a bang, Hulkamania also rules, and first-time winners abound. Plus, the 1990 Editor's Award goes to a true legend of our sport.), Your Unofficial Official Awards for 1990 (We ashed you to come up with some funny, crazy and outlandish awards categories and choose the proper recipients for those "prizes". The result was the best year of Unofficial Officials yet.), Predictions: 1991 (What will happen in the sport in the next 12 months? Many readers looked into their crystal balls to find out, and their predictions may surprise you.), PWI Superstats (For the first time ever, complete year-by-year listings of all the PWI award winners - including runners-up. Plus, an up-to-date compilation of every 1990 title change for dozens of championships worldwide.) Departments - Between Falls (Race wins the race; Terrible Tornado; Hansen's Horrors.), Ringside (All the latest news as of press time.), From The Desk Of..(Holiday gifts for those who deserve them most.), Win. Lose or Draw (Getting the fans point of view.), In Focus (New Years resolutions for the stars of the sport.), The Steel Cage (Watching The Nasty Boys is like going back in time.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (A look at your most hated Tag Teams.), Steve Anderson's View (A look at the year through Anderson's cartoons.), "Top 10 Reasons" Lists (Even Eddie Ellner gets in on the fun here.), Arena Reports (The most comprehensive collection of match results anywhere.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news.), Memories of '90: The Editor's Picks (Our staff selects the most memorable moments of 1990._ 1
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March
1991
Wrestling World
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan & Nicoli Volkoff, Rating the Wrestlers (A listing of the top 50 wrestlers in the world, including individual champions and top contenders...compiled by the Mattingley Sports Bureau.), Mat Mail (Letters from our rreaders.), Stately States (Mr. Manor finds admirers in Tennessee and Texas!), Mat This 'n That (Wrestling World survey contest winners; mat collectibles and more!), Pen Pal Alley (These Wrestling World readers are waiting to hear from you!), The Macho King's Quest to Rule Again! (Randy Savage has done it all...and now he wants to do it again! But the Macho Man may have to make some changes if he wants to reclaim the WWF Heavyweight title.), Wrestling's Best and Worst (Our man Mars continues his endless quest to give the greatest fans in the world the inside scoop on the mat scene. This time around he uncovers the sport's best and worst.), The WW Survey Results: Our Readers Write (Here it is, the article you, the fans, created. The results of the WW survey listing your favorite and most hated grappling personalities.), The UWF Blazes New Ground (There's a new promotion on the national wrestling scend that features such top-notch talent as Steve "Dr. Death" Williams, Paul "Mr. Wonderful" Orndorff and many, many more.), Is the Song Over? (Rhythm & Blues, aka Honky Tonk Man and Greg Valentine, seem to have hit a few wrong notes in their quest for the WWF tag belts. Have they sung their last song?), Demolition, Scott Steiner, Big Boss Man, The Ultimate Warrior, Lex Luger, Sgt. Slaughter, Ric Flair, Will The Horsemen get Sting? (Our veteran correspondent smells a rat in the NWA. Could the champion, Sting, be set up by the infamous Four Horsemen?), The Crazy World of Kamala! (He's big and brutal and if you're brave enough to face him in the ring you could leave the arena the hard way...on a stretcher.), A Rockin' Tag Team (Shawn Michaels and Marty Janetty are rockin' the WWF tag-team ranks with their tremendous speed and teamwork. Here's an up-close look at the Rockers.), Autumn Armageddon: Fireworks in Philly (They are calling it "the best independent card of the year," and Wrestling World gives you the scoop on Joel Goodhart's action-packed indie effort in Philly!), Northwest Canadian Wrestling News (Things are as hot as ever in the great Northwest. Though the temperature is dropping outside, the ring action is steaming.), Takedowns on Tape (Reviews of the hottest wrestling action on videotape.)
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March
1991
Wrestling's
Main Event
Features - "Hotstuff" Eddie Gilbert Sets the USWA on Fire, Sgt. Slaughter: America's Traitor, Introducing Nicky "Air" Hawks, Chris Adams' Family Feud, Is Lex Luger Lost in the NWA Shuffle?, Slammer's Wrestling Gym: The Wrestling Fan's "In" Place to be in Los Angeles, Buddy Landell: The Mouth That Roared, The Steiners: Back on the Championship Trail, The Legion of Doom: "Demolition, Prepare to Lose Your Paint! >b>Special Monthly Features - Wrestler of the Month: Sid Vicious, Into the Spotlight: The W.P.W., Match of the Month: Jerry Lawler vs Terry Funk Exclusive Color Portraits - "Hotstuff" Eddie Gilbert, Sgt. Slaughter, Sid Vicious, Lex Luger, The Legion of Dome
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April
1991
Gold Belt Wrestling
A View From the Cheap Seats, Kerry Von Erich: A Definite Threat to Hulk Hogan's Popularity, Jake Roberts: In Sewarch of a WWF Crown, Showdown in Yokohama: Muta vs Steamboat!, Pen Pals on Parade!, Introducing Messe "The Mayor" Ventura?, Tomorrow's Stars Today, Gold Belt Wrestling's Photo Contest!, Flashback: Chief Jay Strongbow, Antonio Inoki's 30th Anniversary as a Pro-Wrestler, Rassler on the Rise: Mike Incognito, Spotlight on Fandom, Gold Belt Wrestling's Reader Survey, Powerslam Paparazzi, Southern Roundup, The Wrestling Kahuna's Insider Files!, Gold Belt Wrestling's Mailbag Full-Color Wrestling Pinups - David Sammartino, Villano #5, Nikita Koloff, Antonio Inoki, Jimmy Hart, Teddy Long, Madusa Miceli, Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham, Jeff Gaylord, Doug Furnas, Randy Savage, Dr. Tom Prichard, The Rock & Roll Express, Bret Hart vs. Curt Hennig
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April
1991
Wrestling USA
Contents - Introduction (Your guide to this edition of Wrestling USA.), USA Update (Scott Steiner discusses his championship future.), Wrestling USA: New York, New York (Matt Brock examines Sid Vicious in "Looking At".), Wrestling USA: Memphis, Tennessee (Why Sam Lowe doesn't belong "Behind the Dressing Room Door".), Wrestling USA: Minneapolis, Minnesota (Nick Bockwinkel: A thinking man's champion in "The Steel Cage".), Wrestling USA: Cabool, Missouri (Discovering a real champion in "On the Road".), Wrestling USA: New York, New York (Stu Saks' "From the Desk of.." looks at Paul Jones.), Wrestling USA: Know Your Holds (Junkyard Dog explains the nuances of the headbutt.), Wrestling USA: Memphis, Tennessee ("Blindsided" looks at the sports new monster - Eddie Gilbert.), Wrestling USA: Asheville, North Carolina (Stan Hansen talks tough in "Press Conference".), Wrestling USA: Middletown, New York ("Q & Q" explores the thoughts of ICW titlist Vic Steamboat.), Wrestling USA: Chicago, Illinois (Doom sets the record straight in this "Superstar Interview".), Wrestling USA: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (The Hart Foundation: The secret behind their WWF Tag Team Title victory.), Wrestling USA: Atlanta, Georgia (Sting under Siegel is wrestling's coolest champion losing his cool!), Wrestling USA: Charlotte, North Carolina (TV or not TV: Am Anderson - the NWA's forgotten champion.), Wrestling USA: Hartford, Connecticut (A slick move! Turning wasted potential into Power & Glory.), Bonus Full-Color Section! Wrestling Action USA! - The Ultimate Warrior vs Randy Savage, Dusty & Dustin Rhodes vs Ted DiBiase & Virgil, Susan Sexton vs Kat LeRoux, Tommy Rich vs Rick Morton vs The Freebirds, Wrestling USA:Scarsdale, New York (Paul E. Dangerously: Why the "Young Genius" has flunked as a manager.), Wrestling USA: Los Angeles, California (Can the Ultimate Warrior resist the urge to beat up Sensational Sherri?), Wrestling USA: East Rutherford, New Jersey (Rick & Scott Steiner - The U.S. Tag Team isn't enough.), Wrestling USA: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Woman: "The NWA would have to beg me to come back."), Wrestling USA: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Invincible again! The triumphant returen of Hulk Hogan.), Wrestling USA: Candid Moments ("Beyond the Squared Circle" looks at top stars at play.), Dateline USA (Your comments on past issues.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected ratings.), Ratings Analysis (A look at the Most Hated tag teams in the sport, plus reader mail.)
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April
1991
WWF Magazine
Features - WWF Interview (Sullen sounds from The Undertaker and Paul Bearer.), The Royal Rumble (All the results of January's Pier Six Brawl.), Wrestlemania VII (Superstars and Stripes Forever!), Hold the Banner High (The Hulkster holds Old Glory aloft.), Master Manager (A profile on Mimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart.) Departments - Around the Ring (Editor's comments.), Fan Forum (Communications channel for readers.), Brainstorms (Bobby "The Brain" Heenan spouts off.), Newsbreakers (Late-breaking devolpments.), Personality Profile (This month, Virgil.), WWF Trivia Test (How well do you know the WWF?), Private Eye (The Million Dollar Man goes house hunting.), WWF Lowdown (Inside information on the WWF.), Viewpoint (With Sensational Queen Sherri.), Crossword (Grappling with words.), Caught in the Act (Unusual photos from the world of the WWF.)
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May
1991
Wrestling Classics
Contents - Introduction by Capt. Lou Albano (The Captain's guide to this edition of Wrestling Classics.), Timepiece (Bob Backlund looks back at his feud with Sgt. Slaughter.), Wrestling Fun Page (Word Puzzle, trivia and Ross Bunch's "Tumbuckle Chuckles".), Classic Wrestling Ratings (A look at the Pro Wrestling Illustrated standings five years ago.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Curent rankings - the most respected survey anywhere.), Ratings Analysis (Two important changes, plus wacky categories.), Then & Now (A look at Terry Funk - yesterday and today.), Men & Women Mixed Matches: Should They be Banned? (This is a controversy that refuses to die.), The Savagery of a Bullrope Match: Austin Idol Beats Stan Hansen at his own Brutal Game! (Proof positive that even a maniac can be stopped.), Can LouThesz Win the Title a Seventh Time? (He won his first in 1937 - they asked this question in 1973!), Mighty Igor and Hulk Hogan Clash: A Battle of Strength, a Battle of Will (It ws a test of power neigher man will ever forget.), Look at Victor Rivera's Face: Only a Maniac Could do this! (It was an ugly bout this former star will never forget.), Freeze Frame (Rick Steiner vs Rey Misterio in a beautiful color portrait.), Andre vs. Slaughter: Why the WWE is Determined to Break Sgt. Slaughter (The promoters feared Slaughter was a threat - and they were right.), Sgt. Slaughter: "I Pledge Allegiance to the Fans" (The pledge was painfully broken.), Is Sgt. Slaughter Destined to Let His Fans Down? (Is there any doubt about the answer today?), Sgt. Slaughter: A Portrait of the Ugly American (The former Marine drill instructor has come full circle.), Jerry Sags and Brian Knobs: As Nasty as They Wanna Be! (The WWF is now learning that cruel lesson.), Just How Stong is Sid Vicious? The Horseman may be the most powerful man in the sport.), The Last Word (Fans speak out.), Ringside: Update with Bill Apter (The latest news as of press time.)
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June
1991
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Lex-tra effort; Matt Musings; Shut Slaughter Up), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), No Holds Barred (Even in his 40's, Flair.s till the man.), Blindsided (Japanese wrestling; the next big thing?), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Correspondence Reports (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (All your important questions are answered.(, Introducing Preston Steele (The "Ultimate Male" is on a hot streak in the IWA.), Q & Q: Kevin Von Erich (The double-champion discusses his return to the ring.), Spotlight on Tom Zenk (A look at the career highlights of the "Z-Man".), X-Ray: Sid Vicious (Our panel of experts examines the huge Horseman.), Jack Attack! Cactus Trashes Muraco (Cactus proves he's an uncanny competitor!), Sting: "I Never Thought I'd Miss the Belt This Much" (Life as an ex-champion has been hard for the young superstar.), How Much Longer Can We Depend on Hulk Hogan? (Even the "Hulkster" can't be great forever.), Ric Flair's Mission: Chop Down El Gigante...Before He's Too Big To Handle! (It's the tallest order the "Nature Boy" has ever faced.), Ill-Tempered, Ill-Humored, Ill-Natured: The Nasty Boys Make Us Sick (And WWF tag teams are seeking ways to find a cure.), Beyond the Squared Circle (Candid photos of your favorite stars.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Tag team turmoil)
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July
1991
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Slaughter's Stink; Terrible Terrence; Awesome Austim.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), No Holds Barred (Ban Supercards?!), Blindsided (Some post-WrestleMania ramblings.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness reports of the months major matches.), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered.), Introducing Horace Boulder (He has strong bloodlines; He's Hulk Hogan's nephew.), Q & A: John Tolos (An in-depth conversation with a "Maniac".), Spotlight On Davey Boy Smith (A look at the career of the "British Bulldog".), X-Ray: Cactus Jack (Our panel of experts examines this hot young man.), USWA Hellraisers! Embry & Prichard: Violence is Golden (Can't anyone stop thee sadistic maniacs?), Tears of Sadness, Tears of Joy: The Bittersweet Reunion of Randy Savage and Elizabeth (It was a reconciliation that rocked the world.), Can Ric Flair Shatter The "Myth" of Japanese Superiority (Is it a misconception or a cold, hard fact?), The Legion of Doom's Obsession: Dethrone The Nasty Boys - in 59 Seconds (The LOD will settle for nothing less!), Rick & Scott Steiner: Conquering The World (After the U.S. and Japan, what's next.), Matt Brock's Looking Back (October 1972: Shibuya & Saito vs. Blassie & Froelich.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Welcome Tri-State; plus championship chaos.)
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August
1991
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - The Second PWI Dream Tag Team Tournament: You Decide Who Wins (Sixteen of the sports most awesome tandems vie for glory in a spectacular elimination tournament. Who will emerge victorious? You decide.), Buried Alive! The Ultimate Warrior's Night of Terror (When the Undertaker and Paul Bearer combined to entomb Warrior in a casket, the former WWE World champ was forced to come to grips with his mortality.), Press Conference: Owen Hart (The legendary high-flyer sits still long enough to talk about wrestling in Mexico and Japan, his recent tenure in the WCW and his stint in the WWE as The Blue Blazer.), Nikita Koloff: "You Cheated Me!" Lex Luger: "I'll Destroy You!" (Their feud over the U.S. heavyweight title stretches back to 1987. This is one war that is going to get a lot more violent before it starts to settle down.), Supercards '91: Wrestlemania VII Rocks America (Hulk Hogan won his third World title, Randy Savage and Elizabeth reunited, but the biggest card of the year was something of a disappointment to the WWE.), Supercards '91: WCW Draws 64,500 in Japan (The main event created a world of controversary, the Steiners were stunning, and a remarkable era of U.S.-Japan relations was triumphantly ushered in.), Shifting Gears: Wrestlers Who've Radically Changed Their Bodies - and Why (When an athlete chooses to remold his body from one type of physique to another, there are usually many strategic reasons behind the decision.) Departments - Between Falls (Hogan: Hero or huckster?; St Gilbert; Unfair to Flair.), 10 Years Ago in PWI (A look at what shaped the sport from our August 1981 issue.), Ringside with Bill Apter (All the latest news as of press time.), From the Desk of...Stuart M. Saks (The awkward transition from NWA to WCW), Win, Lose or Draw (Ban the snake - or ban "The Snake"), In Focus (Savage's "retirement", Hansen's chaw and some WCW newcomers.), The Steel Cage (Is Jeff Jarrett wise to trust Robert Fuller?), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings *The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Welcome Tri-State, plus top-spot turmoil), Scouting Report (Bam Bam Bigelow, The Mountie, Ron Simmons, and more.), Arena Reports (The most comprehensive collection of match results anywhere!), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, alte-breaking news.), PWI Close-Up: Hulk Hogan (An in-depth career review of the "Hulkster")
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September
1991
Inside Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Slamming the Sarge; Nasty enough; Was funk junked.), Saks' Notebook (What makes wrestling great?), Names Making News (All the latest news as of press time.), On The Road (The surprising plight of The Berzerker.), Behind The Dressing Door (Actions and reactions to mat happenings.), The Insider (Sid Vicious comes of age.), On Assignment (Some perceptions die hard.), Where Are They Now? (Updates on four major mat stars.), Capsule Profile #182 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Nikita Koloff.), News From The Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (Flair's the champ; Cassidy's title's useless; Steamboat's a shame.), In Order To Prove His Worth...Steve Ray Throws Himself to the Lions! ("Wild Thing" went to great lengths to make a point.), Rick Doesn't Mean to be Rude, But..."If You're a Manager, Keep the Hell Away! ("Ravishing" Rick is on his own - and loving it!), Sid's in the WWE...and Hogan's in the Biggest Trouble of His Life! (This could be the most significant WWE debut in years.), Warning: The Diamond Exchange is The Second Coming of the Four Horsemen (Page, Dink, the Freebirds and the Stud spell trouble.), Missy Hyatt: "I'm More of a Man than Paul E. Will Ever Be" (The blonde bombshell speaks out in a revealing "Hotseat" interview.), Battle Royal Scandal! The WWE's Perfect Scheme to Protect Curt Hennig (He won't lose the I-C belt facing exhausted opponents.), One on One (Robert Morton vs. Robert Gibson.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in six important categories.), Inside Wrestling Roll Call of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere.), Blast From the Past (This month in wrestling history.)
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November
1991
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Injustice; Morton's Right; Beautiful Bobby), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time), No Holds Barred (The difference between perception vs. reality), Blindsided (Jerry Lawler is "The King" of his world), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered), Introducing The Billion-Dollar Babies ("The Truth" has led his killers to IWCCW glory), Q & A: The Diamond Studd (A wild discussion with the newest Diamond Exchange member), Spotlight On Ron Simmons (A look at the career of the former all-American), X-Ray: Hulk Hogqan (Our panel of experts examines the "Hulkster"), Global Warfare: The Hottest New Action In Wrestling (The new federation seems destined for greatness), Rick Steamboat's Inner Passion: The Real Fire Burns Within The Dragon (This star won't rest until he becomes WWF champion), The "Total Package" Unraveled: Lex Luger Wins The WCW Title - But Loses His Fans (A triumphant moment for Luger, but a crusher for his supporters), Roddy Piper Faces Reality: "He's Through - His Body Just Can't Take It Anymore (It may be the end of the line for the "Rowdy Scot"), The Shocking Lawler-Embry Wager: Fuller & Jarrett Will Be At Each Other's Throats In Six Months (Will this sudden friendship ultimately lead to a betrayal?), Matt Brock's Looking Back )October 1982: Ric Flair vs. Roddy Piper), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings), Ratings Analysis (New champions, plus welcome the GWF)
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February
1992
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - Stars on the Horizon: Wrestling's Hottest Prospects for 1992 (As 1991 comes to an end, it's time to look ahead at the wealth of young talent that's heating up several federations. The Farenheit figures to rise in '92 as these upstarts gain more experience, Champions, beware.), Press Conference: Eddie Gilbert (After taking several months off, "Hot Stuff" has returned to action - and returned to the brutal rulebreaking style that's made him one of the sport's most feared men. Learn why in his wild interview.), Case: The Attack of the Killer Snake. Defendant: Jake Roberts. Verdict: Justice is Served (When Sid Justice ended Jake Roberts' attack at the Savages wedding reception, Roberts vowed to put the giant on trial. But when all the facts are brought before the fans, it's obvios Justice has been Roberts' judge, jury and excutioner.), Has Hulk Hogan Had Enough (With his fine performance in Suburban Commando, the WWF World Champion has become one of Hollywood's hottest commodities. The time has come when this megastar must ponder his future, one that might not include wrestling.), Sting's Return Gift to Abdullah & Cactus: Rick Steiner (Sting has been the unwilling recipient of some rather dangerous gifts lately, but he stillwas thoughtful enough to return a thank-you note. Now, Steiner is sending Cactus and Abdullah a powerful message: don't mess with my friends.), The PWI Dream Tag Team Tournament Final: It's Lex Luger & Sting vs The Legion of Doom - and You Decide Who Wins (The time has finally come! Our rreaders have picked their choices as the top tag teams in our fantasy tournament. Cast your ballot today to determine who the finest tag team in the land really is.) Departments - Between Falls (Big, Bad Ron; Johnny Be Bad; Forget it, Sarge), Ringside with Bill Apter (All the latest news as of press time), From the Desk of...Stuart M. Saks (The losers you'll never forget), Win, Lose or Draw (It's unusually hot in the Pacific Northwest), In Focus (Madusa's campaign, Hogan's career, Roger's choice), The Steel Cage ("500" agonies - and the missing 10), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings), Ratings Analysis (An in-depth look at our Top 10), Scouting Reports (Madusa Miceli, Rck Steamboat, Big Josh, and more), Arena Reports (The most comprehensive collection of match results anywhere), Wrestling Enquirer (Immediate, late-breaking news), 's 1992 Wrestling Calendar (Our second annual offering - a full-color keepsake for 1992)
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February
1992
Sports Review Wrestling
Contents - Mailbag (Rude moves; Flair's not fair' Hennig's a hero), The Tattler (Late news as of press time.), Straight Talk (Our most outspoken columnist shoots from the lip.), Locker Room Confidential (The HIV threat is a real concern to wrestling.), The Inquiring Reporter (Have the WWF and WCW gone too far with brutality?), Ask the Stars (Who are the top stars' favorite stars in other sports.), Wrestling Scrapbook (A look at the sport through the eyes of history.), Matt Brock: Looking at Roddy Piper (Our veteran columnist examines the "Rowdy Scot".), Point/Counterpoint (Is Ms. York's computer an effective strategy tool/), Wrestler of the Month (This issue we honor new WCW light heavy champion Brian Pillman.), Photo Spectacular! All the Horror and Honor of Halloween Havoc (An exclusive look at a chilling night ot action!), Wrestling's Top Stars: What 1992 Has in Store for Them (A look into what's sure to be a big year.), Bret Hart vs Jim Neidhart: An Inevitable Tragedy (Neither will admit it, but it's a match that must be made.), Sports Review Interview: Paul E. Dangerously (A wild discussion with the returning WCW manager.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected ratings.), Ratings Analysis (A look at the tag team Top 10.)
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March
1992
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Flair;s past, Time for the Ladies,. Fan of the Man.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), No Holds Barred (Jack Tunney is turning into a rulebreaker!), Blindsided (Random rumblings from around the mat world.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered.), Introducing J.T. Smith (This exciting rookie is burning up the independent circuit!), Q & A: Jeff Jarrett (A revealing interview with the USWA superstar.), Spotlight on Roddy Piper (Career highlights of the remarkable "Rowdy Scot".), X-Ray: Crush (This massive mauler is examined by our panel of experts.), Gene Anderson & Dick the Bruiser: They made Toughness Respectable (A special tribute to a pair of special men.), Light Heavyweight Champ or Heavyweight Contender? Brian Pillman Can't Have it Both Ways ("Flyin' Brian" must decide one way or the other.), After the Survivor Series & Tuesday in Texas: Has the WWF Title Suffered Irreparable Damage? (The coveted championship may never again be the same.), Rick Rude: "It's Open Season on Sting's Knee" (The new U.S. champion has declared war on his sworn enemy.), Shocking! The Mountie's Megavolt Charge to Bret Hart's I-C Title (This feud is electrifying the WWF.), Matt Brock's Looking Back (February 1982: Rick Steamboat vs Austin Idol.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (A dip into the reader mailbag.)
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Spring
1992
Wrestling Today
Features - 10 Top Wrestlers Who Have Never Won a World Title (In the rush to push new talent, there are a number of veterans who have honed their akills to razor-sharpness only to get overlooked for championship matches.), Is America Boycotting Dave "Fit" Finlay? (The British heavyweight champion has certainly make his mark in European circles. He's looking toward America but no one is looking back.), Markhan Singh is Back! (Formerly know as Norman the Lunatic, he was unhappy with his psyche, at not being himself. Now Singh has turned up in the Global Wrestling group.), Randy Savage: Can He Make it Back? (The Macho Man left the ring for a role as a TV commentator. But, he's too good and too popular to remain behind a microphone.), Ric Flair: Can He Handle His New Challenge? (A fixture in the WCW for most of his career, Flair has moved to the WWF and a difficult future.), Referees: Abuse Goews With the Job (In a profession that doesn't pay that well, they are a dedicated group who honestly feel they make a difference to the sport.), Sting-Warrior: Who is Better? (In comparing the two superstars, there are several categories to consider: strength, skill, speed and charisma.), Hulk Hogan: Facing His Toughest Challenge (The coming year will be tough on wrestling's most dynamic star. He is getting older and has new, bigger rivals after his crown.), Ox Barker and the Cabbage Patch Kid (Has the once-feared wrestler gone off the deep end? This writer's personal experience would make one think so.), Underrated Stars of the WWF (The Warlord, Dino Bravo, The Undertaker, Sgt. Slaughter, The Barbarian, Haku and Curt Hennig are experiencing frustration in getting a chance to dethrone Hulk Hogan.), Women Wrestling: ALive and Well (There's a year-long tournament currently winding down to determine the one, true female champion. It has created new interest for lady grapplers among the fans.), Jake Roberts: On a Mission (Angered by the death of his pet snake, Damien, Roberts has a new one named Lucifer as he seeks revenge on The Earthquake and others who ridiculed him.), Bill Dundee: Standing Tall (He may be only 5'7" and weigh 205 lbs, but the popular Australian, who is nichnamed Superstar, is bigger than life,), Ricky Morton: Life After The Rock-n-Roll Express (When his tag team partner Robert Gibson was sidelined with a severe injury, Morton had to go at it alone. So far, he's been able to adjust.), Wrestling's Most Famous Training Class (Back in 1985, six mat hopefuls began training for the sport at Red Bastein's School of Wrestling. Two, The Ultimate Warrior and Sting, went on to become champs.), Universal Independent Wrestling: Coming on Strong (Wrestling is being revived in Baltimore. Once a hot-bed for the sport, it had fallen on lean years until promoter Ed Zohn came up with a new formula that is working.)
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April
1992
Inside Wrestling
Contents - Sincerely Yours (Alter Ego; Double-Standard; Flair's Flair.), Sak's Notebook (The one sports record that will never be broken.), Names Makin' News (All the latest news as of press time.), On The Road (Peters relinquishes "the road" to a rookie reporter.), Behind The Dressing Room Door ("Rowdy" Roddy Piper goes back to his PNW roots.), The Insider (The "Stinger" stuns them at Starrcade.), On Assignment (Meeting a man with a unique perspective on wrestling.), Where Are They Now? (Updates on four major mat stars.), Capsule Profile #189 (A mini-biography plus pinup of Koko B. Ware.), News From The Wrestling Capitals (Eyewitness coverage of the month's major matches.), Matt Brock's Plain Speaking (Hot Feuds, PNW blues, Starrcade views.), The Patriot: "I Don't Fear My Dark Side" (The GWF's top champion is ready to prove that his colors don't run.), Justin Liger vs. Brian Pillman: They Maintain The Laws of Wrestling - But Defy The Laws of Gravity (These tow acrobatic stars have turned WCW upside down.), Madman or Genius? Inside The Mind of Jake "The Snake" )Is Roberts headed for another nervous breakdown, or the WWF world title.), The Steiners' Warning To WCW Fan Favorites: If The Dangerous Alliance Scares You, Get Out Now" (Cowards need not apply in the war against the rulebreakers.), Rick Steamboat: "Rick Rude Is Everything a Man Shouldn't Be" ("The Dragon" breathes fire in a controversial "Hotseat".), From "Hitman" To The Man: Bret Hart Is The WWF's Only True Champion (The Intercontinental titlist is the WWF's stabilizing force.), One On One (Eric Embry vs Tom Prichard.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Top 15 rankings in seven important categories.), Inside Wrestling Roll Call Of Champions (The most comprehensive championship directory available anywhere.), Blast From The Past (This month in wrestling history.0
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May
1992
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Gushin' over Jushin; No fan of Flair; Blood Brothers), Whaat's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), No Holds Barred (This game must be cleaned up - now.), Blindsided (Mat musings from our managing editor.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers to those who deserve them most.), Correspondents Reports (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches.), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered.), Introducing Marcus Alexander Bagwell (An inside look at the sensational WCW newcomer.), Q & A: Don Owen (The veteran Pacific Northwest Promoter speaks out.), Spotlight on the Legion of Doom (Career highlights of the triple World champions.), X-Ray: Irwin R. Schyster (Our panel of experts examines the supposed tax expert.), Land of the Misfits and Miscreants: Utterly Sick Wrestling Association! (Instead of leglocks and armholds, it's chainsaws and coffins!), Anderson & Eaton Win the WCW World Belts: The Dangerous Alliance: Two Steps Away From a Title Monopoly (And Paul E. insists it's only the beginning.), Ric Flair's Hour of Power: He Rumbled Past 29 Men...Can One Man Stop Him at Wrestlemania VII? (The "Nature Boy" is on top in the WWF - and better than ever.), Eight Years After His Federation Debut: Roddy Piper Finally Wins His First WWF Belt! (A title was a long time coming for the rowdy Scot.), This American export is Welcomed in Japan: 60,000 Hail the Return of Dusty Rhodes! (It's just as if the "Dream" never left._, Matt Brock's Looking Back (June 1975: Chief Jay Strongbow vs. Jimmy Valiant.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (Wrestlers sound off on their ratings placement.)
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June
1992
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Features - Thumbs Down to the "Psycho Yuppie": Paul E. Dangerously's Multimillion-Dollar Offer to Sting! (It was the offer of a lifetime - riches, fame and power - and it came from WCW's most powerful manager. Only a person with the integrity and resolve of Sting would turn Paul E. sown - then vow to destroy Dangerously.), Press Conference: Roddy Piper (In one of our most sizzling interviews ever, the "Rowdy Scot: opens up like never before tossing verbal barbs at Ric Flair, Bret Hart and other WWF superstars. This is a conversation you don't want to miss!), Abdullah the Butcher vs Cactus Jack: Sunday, Bloody Sunday! (In this sickening Philly bloodbath, Abdulah and Cactus seemed to relish the opportunity to both give and take brutal punishment. Those who viewed the carnage will never be the same.), Sid Justice's Master Plan: How He Duped Hulk Hogan - and You! (You trusted the 6'8" giant. So did the "Hulkster". Now Justice is vicious again, and he's spitting all over Hogan - and everyone else.), Another WWE Title Run? Randy Savage: Once More - with Flair! (The "Macho Man" did it before, and now he wants to regain the WWE World Title and reclaim his greatest glory of all -and he isn't about to let the "Nature Boy" stand in the way of his goal!), "This'll Hurt Me More Than It Hurts You" - The Pain of Inflicting Pain (Sometimes a great maneuver takes its toll on both the person receiving it and the person delivering it. Discover just how tough today's competitors have to be!) Departments - Between Falls (Foulmouthed Madusa; Thanks Joel; WWF vs WCW), Ringside with Bill Apier (All the latest news as of press time.), From the Desk of...Stuart M. Saks (The metamorphosis of Downtown Bruno.), Win, Lose or Draw (Ref-bashing has reached epidemic proportions.), In Focus (An important survey on televised wrestling.), The Steel Cage (The most amazing ring announcer of all.), Off The Top Rope (Our most controversial columnist answers his mail.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (This time, the wrestlers rate themselves!), Arena Reports (The most comprehensive collection of match results anywhere.), Wrestling Enquirer (Immedite, late-breaking news.), PWI Close-Up: Dusty Rhodes (An in-depth career review of "The Natural")
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August
1992
Wrestle America
Contents - Mailbag (Fairwell, Flair; WCW; Mixed Feelings; I Love Luger.), Locker Room Report (Welcome to Wrestle America.), Straight Talk (Our most outspoken columnist shoots from the lip.), Scrapbook (A look at the sport through the eyes of history.), The Inquiring Reporter (Will Paul Ellering aid The Legion of Doom.), Newsline: WCW (All the latest from World Championship Wrestling.), WCW Ratings (Rankings plus the WCW Wrestler of the Month.), Focus on WCW (Action from The Omni in Atlanta.), Sting: His Makeup Is Courage and Determination (The WCW World Champion has overcome pain and disappointment.), WCW Data Bank (An in-depth study of Cactus Jack.), Freeze Frame (A full-color portrait of six-main mayhem.), Newsline: WWF (Current events in the World Wrestling Federation.), WWF Ratings (Rankings, plus the WWF Wrestler of the Month.), Focus On The WWF (Action from the Rosemont Horizon.), Ultimate Warrior: Never Say Die (His fans always knew he would return.), WWF Sata Bank (A hard look at Big Bossman.), Newsline: Independents (A look at what's hot around the mat world.), Independent Ratings (Rankings for Global, USWA and many more.), Focus On The Independents (ECW at Philadelphia's Original Sports Bar.), Jerry Lawler: Traditional Value, Traditional Wrestler ("The King" hasn't forgotten his roots.), Independent Data Bank (A look at veteran star Paul Orndorff.)
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November
1992
Wrestling USA
Features - First The Knee, Then The Ribs (How Fragile is Sting's Title Reign - Is the WCW World champion breaking down? Find out why Sting's toughness may cost him his belt - and his career.), Bunkhouse Madness (Too Dangerous For The Dangerous Alliance - It's tough to break the rules when there are no rules as WCW's leading rulebreakers found out.), Jerry Lawler (Traditional Values, Traditional Wrestler - Jerry Lawler is "The King: of the USWA - and Memphis, where he is lionized by the homecourt fans.), Cactus Jack's Frustrations (:Why Doesn't Johnny B. Badd Fear Me>" - The sadistic madman puts the scare into just about everyone - except Badd, who can smile even in the toughest of times.), Ultimate Warrior (Never Say Die - Warrior's WrestleMania return was the biggest surprise of the year. But his suspension to the top of the WCW has been no surprise.), Can Paul Ellering Make Road Warriors Out Of The Legion Of Doom? (The manager who guided Hawk and Animal to nearly a decade of greatness has returned. But can he return the competitive fire to the ex-champions.) Classic Features - Chris Taylor (The Olympian Who Can't Miss - After winning a medal at the 1972 Olympics, Chris Taylor turned pro - and turned rich. Find out why this mat star is worth every penny.), Cowboy Bill Watts (Wrestling's Most Misunderstood Star - Some say Bill Watts is great. Others say he's grating. One thing is for sure - he's tough to figure.), The Ugly Revenge That Drives Rick Steamboat (Long before Rick Rude, there was Ray Stevens. This was one of the first times that the young "Dragon" breathed fire.), Buddy Rogers (My Personal Photo Album - While wrestling mourns the death of one of it's greatest stars ever, this feature celebrates his fascinating life.) Departments - From The Desk Of..(Our associate publisher petitions to make professional wrestling an Olympic sport.), X-Ray (Our panel of six experts takes an in-depth look at the talented and flamboyant Johnny B. Badd.), Blindsided (The managing editor has a lot on his mind.), Time Capsules (Mat memories frozen forever by our fabulous staff of photographers.), Beyond The Squared Circle (A look at the sport's biggest stars away from the ring, including Hulk Hogan, Sting and more.), Inquiring Reporter (How will the return of Paul Ellering affect the League of Doom.), One On One: Missy Hyatt vs Madusa (Who's the "First Lady of WCW". Find out as we listen in on a phone conversation between the federations finest females.), Dateline: USA (Comments from your fellow readers on top stars and pressing topics throughout the wrestling world.), Official Wrestling Ratings (Here they are - the most respected ratings in our sport! Find out who's hot and who's not in 13 federations, and check out our Top 10 singles and tag teams.), Ratings Analysis (A look at the top 10 managers.)
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December
1992
The Wrestler
Contents - Your Letters (Snotty Scotty; Sticking With Flair; Abby Normal.), What's Happening (All the latest news as of press time.), No Holds Barred (A chance of a lifetime goes by the boards.), Blindsided (Mat musings from our managing editor.), Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down (Cheers and jeers for those who deserve them most.), Correspondent's Reports (Eyewitness reports of the month's major matches?), You Asked Us (All your most important questions are answered.), Introducing The Metal Maniac (This powerful rookie bashes foes, not guitars.), Q & A: Paul E. Dangerously (The "Psycho Yuppie" is still in control.), Spotlight On Cactus Jack (This dark figure almost can't stand the glare.), X-Ray: Robert Fuller (Our panel takes a look at a bad guy gone good.), Strip Ron Simmons of The WCW Title (The way he received his shot was unfair to Big Van Vander.), Have Hulk Hogan Fans Stabbed Him In The Back? (The legendary man has become a forgotten star.), He's Baaaaack! Jake Roberts Slithers Into WCW ("The Snake" is spreading his venom again.), Is He Coming To His Senses? Shawn Michaels Sees His Ugliness Reflected In Rick Martel (The "Boy Toy" has no aspirations of becoming a "Model".), And The Beat(ing) Goes On: How The Gilberts Reunited The Rock 'N' Roll Express (For Rick Morton and Robert Gibson, rock 'n' roll will never die.), Beyond The Squared Circle (The Ultimate Warrior, Mil Mascaras, Missy Hyatt and more.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sports most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (News champions send the Top 10 reeling.)
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December
1992
Wrestling Superstars
Contents - Fan Forum (Where's Arn? Sure, Shango, Sure, Bad Brian.), Superstar Grapevine (Late news as of press time.), Superstar Quotebook (They said it...you read it here first.), Know Your Holds (Jake Roberts tells all about his deadly DDT.), Superstar Dream Match: Rick Steiner & Steve Williams vs. Scott Steiner & Terry Gordy (It's a tangled web of mat excitement as the superteams split!), Money Inc.: Jimmy Hart's Worst Investment (They gained the gold, but the cost was much too high.), Special Section: The Wrestlers Who Will Bring the Sport Into the 21st Century (Justin Liger/ Shawn Michaels, Dustin Rhodes/ Ultimate Warrior, Brian Pillman/ Sid Justice, Hulk Hogan/ Owen Hart, The Steiners/ Steve Austin, Rob Van Dam/ Davey Boy Smith, Tasmaniac/ Johnny Hot Body, Crush/ Big Van Vader, Terri Power/ Brian Christopher, Sting/ Lightning Kid), Jeff Jarrett's Lament: "Have the Moondogs Turned Me Into a Wildman?" (Is a career of pure scientific wrestling nearing its end>), Thumbs Up To The New WCW Champ Ron Simmons: "I Dedicate My World Title to Sting" (It was a bittersweet triumph for the "All-American".), Superstar Interview: Rick Rude (The WOW U.S. champion is as "Ravashing" as ever.), Official Wrestling Ratings (The sport's most respected rankings.), Ratings Analysis (A look at federations from all over the mat world.)
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June
1993
World Wrestling Federation
Features - Superstar Interview (Jimmy speaks from the heart.), Battle Of The Titans (WrestleMania IX's Main Events!), WrestleMania IX (Official results.), Into The Abyss (Learn what's inside the Undertaker's Urn.), King Of The Ring (Superstars discuss Ring Royalty.), Food For Thought (See how the athletes stay fit.), Skinner (Skinner cries conspiracy!) Departments - Around The Ring (Editor's comments.), Fan Forum (A communications channel for readers.), Pin 'Em Down (An open forum for our superstars.), Newsbeat (Late-breaking developments.), Personality Profile (This month, Bam Bam Bigelow.), Trivia (Federation guesswork.), Private Eye (The WrestleMania weekend.), Lowdown (Inside information.), Tough Talk (For tough times.), Crossword (Grappling with words.), Up Close (And personal with your favorite stars.)
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August
1993
World Wrestling Federation
Features - Superstar Interview (Banter with Bam Bam.), Battle Of The Titans (Razor wrestlers The Kid, Marty Manhandles Michaels.), Who Would Win? (Bret Sizes up the Hulkster.), Cash On Trial (Money Inc. is brought up on charges.), Mr. Hughes (We traced his bad roots.), Mat Watch (Perfect and Shawn get Nitpicked.), Lex Appeal (All about the Narcissist and more.), Focus Focus (Sherri sets her sights on Luna.) Departments - Around The Ring (Editor's comments.), Fan Forum (A communications channel for readers.), Tough Talk (For tough times.), Newsbeat (Late-breaking developments.), Personality Profile (This month, Adam Bomb and Johnny Pola.), Trivia (Grueling guesswork.), Private Eye (A look at the Smoking Gunns.), Lowdown (Inside information.), Pin 'Em Down (Questions for the superstars.), Puzzle Corner (Putting the pieces together.), Up Close (And personal with your favorite stars.)
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September
1993
World Wrestling Federation
Features - Superstar Interview (A Chat with Crush.), Battle Of The Titans (The Hulkster meets Yokozuna.), Shawn and Rhoda (Cable TV's Hottest Team?), Summerslam (A detailed preview.), King of the Ring (The Royal Report.), On Top Of The World (Steiners snag the Tag Team Gold.), Now It's Our Turn (World Wrestling Federation sets the Record straight.), American Pride (Lex defends America's Honor.) Departments - Around The Ring (Editor's comments.), Fan Forum (A communications channel for readers.), Tough Talk (For tough times.), Newsbeat (Late-breaking developments.), Personality Profile (This month, M.O.M.), Trivia (Killer questions!), Private Eye (A European escapade.), Lowdown (Inside information.), Pin 'Em Down (Grilling the superstars.), Puzzle Corner (Grueling guesswork.), Up Close (And personal with your favorite stars.)
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October
1993
World Wrestling Federation
Features - Superstar Interview (Conversation with a King.), Battle Of The Titans (Marty and Shawn rematch on Raw.), Masters Of The Streets (M.O.M.'s Rough Roots.), At American Crossroads (A look at Lex Express.), Steiner Brothers (Are they ready for all comers?), Superstar Swagger (Who's the Cockiest Wrestler?), The Undertaker (Stalking Mr. Hughes.), George Steinbrenner (Yankees owner talks about his Federation Faves.) Departments - Around The Ring (Editor's comments.), Fan Forum (A communications channel for readers.), Tough Talk (Tough times demand it.), Newsbeat (Late-breaking developments.), Personality Profile (This month, Ludvig Borga.), Trivia (Grueling guesswork.), Private Eye (Paul Pitcher breaks bread with Bret!), Lowdown (Inside information.), Pin 'Em Down (You question the superstars.), Puzzle Corner (Putting it all together.), Up Close (And personal with your favorite stars.)
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December
1993
World Wrestling Federation
Features - Superstar Interview (Laugn-In with Doink.), Battle Of The Titans (Quebecers beat Steiners and Grab the Gold.), Razor Ramon (A Bad Guy with a Good Future.), Fire In Smoky Mountain (A look at SMW and its Stars.), Wake-Up Call For America (Look Out! Ludwig's on the loose.), Survivor Series (A Match-by-Martch Preview!), 1-2-3 Kid (Makes an Impact.) Departments - Janus (Analyze the anograms.), Fan Forum (A communications channel for readers.), Tough Talk (Tough times demand it.), Newsbeat (Late-breaking developments.), Personality Profile (This month, Luna Vachon.), Trivia (Grueling guesswork.), Private Eye (Federation fans photographed.), Lowdown (Inside information.), Pin 'Em Down (You question the Superstars.), Puzzle Corner (Putting it all together.), Up Close (And personal with your favorite stars.)
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March
1994
World Wrestling Federation
Features - Superstars Interview (Macho Man answers questions.), Wrestlemania (The Tenth Anniversary.), Mat Watch (Marty Jannetty against Tatanka.), Shawn Michaels (The Greatest Intercontinental Champion.), Arms Race (Tactics involving the arms.), Heart Of Darkness (An Eerie Look at the Undertaker.), Big D - and Little D (Doink and Dink.), Brother Against Brother (Bret and Owen Hart Face Off.) Departments - Janus (Mustery writer.), Newsbeat (Late-Breaking developments.), Fan Forum (A communications channel for readers.), Tough Talk (Tough times demand it.), Personality Profile (This month, Alundra Blayze.), Video Game Review (A look at the latest.), Trivia (Tough questions for you to answer.), Privite Eye (Sparkey T. Plugg in the fast lane.), Lowdown (Inside information.), Pin 'Em Down (You question the Superstars.), Puzzle Corner (Putting it all together.), Up Close (And personal with your favorite stars.)
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