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FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:39 pm

Fighting Spirit Magazine is delighted to offer a FREE digital exclusive issue to all wrestling fans! To read on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android and/or Kindle Fire, simply visit http://www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM , hit Buy Now on the FREE sample issue marked as costing £0, and go to the checkout.

In this special offering, FSM delves into its archive for pieces on:
- Daniel Bryan, as FSM assesses how his role evolved in the eyes of WWE and its fans in the lead-up to WrestleMania
- CM Punk, as FSM investigates his early career to show why his retirement isn’t the surprise that some consider it to be
- The Ultimate Warrior, who comes clean about his life in wrestling, in what is the most in-depth print interview of his storied career
- Paul Heyman, as the agent extraordinaire sits down with FSM to discuss his on-screen clients, and his own varied career
- SummerSlam '98, as FSM ponders how the event would in hindsight prove to be integral to the entire Attitude Era
- The Dynamite Kid, whose ex-wife opens up on their relationship, and the two sides of the man himself
- Jushin “Thunder” Liger, who has done more for the sport than any junior-heavyweight in history
- Mick McManus, as FSM profiles the self-styled “man they love to hate”.

As well as these features, this FREE edition includes news, PPV and TV reports from the FSM archive, as well as DVD and book reviews. This issue also includes ”Stone Cold” Steve Austin's exclusive recollection of the night that he won the WWF title from Shawn Michaels; Kurt Angle's confession about his depression and substance abuse; Nick “Magnus” Aldis' thoughts on Angle, as he compares him to World Of Sport legend Jim Breaks; while Jim Cornette reflects on the late, great Jackie Fargo.

While this special edition of FSM is FREE to all readers, the cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to the regular print edition is via our website, here: http://www.FightingS...azine/subscribe UK subscribers will receive their copy of FSM before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, will receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android and Kindle Fire. You can save money on your purchase by subscribing at http://www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM. FSM looks stunning on a high-resolution screen, while another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

FSM is very grateful for your feedback, and is eager to print the articles that you would like to read. To make a suggestion, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at http://www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM.
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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:39 pm

Issue 121 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- John Cena, as FSM examines his new veteran role, and how it is bringing out the best in him
- Kevin Owens, as FSM explains why he has been able to make such an impact in WWE in such a short space of time
- William Regal who, in a MUST-READ interview, goes into detail on what WWE looks for in NXT talent.
- Jack Swagger as FSM discovers why Zeb Colter, the “We The People” catchphrase, and being a babyface are so important to him.
- Adam Cole, as FSM talks to “The Panama City Playboy” about his return from injury, his current role in ROH, and future plans.
- Joint Promotions as FSM explores how the group organised the British business and established its power on the UK scene.

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Nick “Magnus” Aldis' announcement that he is leaving TNA, and the reasons behind that choice; Jim Cornette on the future of TNA and ROH, in the wake of major change on Destination America; and in an extended column, Rob Naylor's tribute to his friend and mentor, the late “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at http://www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine is very grateful for your support, and would like to hear more about the topics that interest you. To give feedback or to make a suggestion, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at http://www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Joe Lanza » Thu Jul 09, 2015 4:54 am

It's like the 87th best thing in each issue, but for some reason Brian keeps inviting me back to write show reviews, so give this magazine a shot if only for that reason. I guarantee you'll be surprised at how great it is.

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Mike » Thu Jul 09, 2015 2:29 pm

GREAT issue this month between Rob's tribute column to Dusty, Alan's article on Cole, Bix's cover story, a nice blurb on my buddy Rickey Shane Page, and of course, the Lanza show reviews. I like the show reviews because they're not too long, but they're not brief either. Some show reviews you see, the person recaps every damn move in the match and makes it a novel. These are nice and to the point.

My only wish is to find a print copy at a Barnes and Noble in the greater Philadelphia area. I am still a huge print media supporter, so I may have to bite the bullet and get a subscription even though it's a bit pricey - and understandably so - but nothing beats holding a magazine in your hands.

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Fri Jul 10, 2015 12:57 am

Thanks for the kind words, Mike.

We do end up in some Barnes & Noble stores but often on a delay, and at a special "import" price. You'll get much the better deal out of a subscription directly from us.

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by thecubsfan » Fri Jul 10, 2015 3:39 pm

Really liked the Q&A with Regal.

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Sat Jul 11, 2015 6:24 pm

Thanks cubsfan. It was a really good conversation.

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Aug 05, 2015 11:11 pm

Issue 122 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- WWE Raw, as FSM surveys its readership to find out why the show is at a 17-year ratings low
- The 50 Greatest WWE PPVs of All-Time, as the FSM team gets together to bring you its definitive list
- Monday Nitro, as two decades on FSM talks to the main protagonists to discover how the show became a reality
- DDT, as FSM suggests what makes the Tokyo promotion so weird and wonderful
- Joint Promotions, as in the last of a two-part feature, FSM explores how outside involvement changed the group, and contributed to its ultimate decline
- Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, as one of the finest babyfaces to ever grace pro wrestling explains some of the intricacies that he believes are lost today

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Jim Cornette's fascinating account of how The Midnight Express package - including his ring announcement and the group's theme music - came together; Rob Naylor on his memories of the early days of Monday Nitro, and how it excited him as a fan; and Nick “Magnus” Aldis on his dates with Global Force Wrestling, and the UK shows that are upcoming.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine would like to thank every reader who has supported us since our first issue in 2006. If you'd like to suggest articles for future issues or make any other comments, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Sep 02, 2015 11:59 pm

Issue 123 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- Sting, as FSM attempts to find out more about one of pro wrestling’s most enigmatic legends
- Roddy Piper, as FSM waxes lyrical about “Hot Rod”, exploring why the character worked in all of its different forms
- Hulk Hogan, as FSM explains how the showbiz media works, and why the race row scandal isn’t the last of its kind in pro wrestling
- “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, who as one of the greatest heels in the history of the business tells FSM exactly how he did it
- Nikki Storm, as one of the UK's finest female grapplers keeps a diary of her three-month visit to Japan's STARDOM promotion
- Tony St. Clair, as FSM talks to the second-generation wrestler about his career, and the fascinating characters he met along the way

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Rob Naylor's personal tribute to “Rowdy” Roddy Piper; Jim Cornette on this year's NWA Legends Fanfest in Charlotte; and Nick “Magnus” Aldis on the WWE Hall of Famer taking American politics by storm, Donald Trump.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine would like to thank every reader who has supported us since our first issue in 2006. If you'd like to suggest articles for future issues or make any other comments, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Sep 30, 2015 10:54 pm

Issue 124 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:

- NXT, as FSM examines previous failures of WWE branding to attempt to answer questions about the future of what was originally a talent development group
- The talented and hard-working Sasha Banks who will have to claw her way to the top of WWE main roster, just as she has done in NXT
- Saraya Knight, who offers her forthright advice to all wrestlers, male and female, hoping to make it in the sport
- The WBF, as FSM explains that on this occasion, success did not come as naturally to Vince McMahon as it had with the World Wrestling Federation
- Bill Apter, who ahead of the release of his autobiography, sat down with FSM to discuss a 45-year career in a wrestling business he still loves dearly
- Orig Williams, who left a hole not just in British wrestling, but in Welsh culture when he passed away in 2009

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Rob Naylor's backstage guide to all the happenings at PWG's Battle of Los Angeles; Jim Cornette having his say on The Young Bucks, Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae, and what he likes to call “performance wrestling”; Nick “Magnus” Aldis commenting on his experience working for ICW and PCW; and in a special Guest Column, Jeff Jarrett explaining how Global Force Wrestling's progress compares to his expectations.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at http://www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine would like to thank every reader who helped us sell out last month's issue, which will not be reprinted and is now only available in digital format. If you'd like to suggest articles for future issues or make any other comments, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at http://www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Thu Oct 29, 2015 12:07 am

Issue 125 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- John Cena, as FSM explains why his sabbatical can turn a negative into a position, while considering who should bridge the gap until he returns.
- Eddy Guerrero, as FSM talks to those knew him best to shed some light on
his loveable character, in and out of the ring.
- The Unwritten Rules of WWE, as FSM offers a sardonic rundown of TV tropes you witness every Monday night.
- Dan Spivey, as the former Waylon Mercy offers advice to young wrestlers breaking into the business
- Kris Travis, as FSM asked his peers to share their memories of the time they spent travelling and working with the man known as “The Shooting Star”.
- James Mason, as FSM finds out more about the man who generations of British wrestlers consider the best in the country.

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes a special Guest Column by Kris Travis, as he explains the heartbreaking reason why he has had to retire from the sport. In our regular columns, Jim Cornette explains how what it means to be a wrestling fan has changed over time; Rob Naylor reminisces about the incomparable Stan “The Lariat” Hansen; and Nick “Magnus” Aldis writes about the calm before the storm of the Global Force Wrestling shows in the UK.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine is committed to bringing you the stories that you want to read. If you would like FSM to consider exploring a topic, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM Thank you!

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:00 pm

Issue 126 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- Raw TV ratings in the UK, as FSM documents how the show that's struggling stateside is faring on Sky Sports
- The New Day, as FSM considers how Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods got over to the WWE audience, and how they compare to legendary teams of the past
- Rey Mysterio, who chats to FSM about his influence on pro wrestling, the importance of his mask, and the evolution of the business.
- WWE 2K16, as FSM shows why the new Steve Austin-fronted videogame really opens up a can of next-gen whoop-ass.
- Terry Funk, as FSM gets to know one of the most wild but brilliant characters in the history of the sport
- Insane Championship Wrestling, as FSM talks to the group’s founders about its turbulent rise to the top

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. In our regular columns, Rob Naylor goes behind the scenes to write about at three of the special talents making waves at NXT: Bayley, Chad Gable, and Jason Jordan; Jim Cornette recalls seeing Terry Funk vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler as a fan in 1981, and expounds on why he did so again in 2015; and Nick “Magnus” Aldis records a worldwide adventure that began with a crimson mask...

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine would like to thank everyone who purchases Issue 126, buys a subscription, or interacts with us on social media. If you would like FSM to consider exploring a topic, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM Thank you!

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Thu Dec 24, 2015 12:37 am

Issue 127 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- The FSM 50, as the FSM crew got together to discuss the Top 50 wrestlers of 2015
- AJ Styles, as FSM explains exactly why “The Phenomenal One” is now considered the best pro wrestler on the planet
- Sheamus, as FSM ponders whether he is the man to get Reigns where WWE wants him to be
- Hulk Hogan, as the former WWF champion speaks about his relationship with Vince McMahon, a potential return to WWE, and what the ongoing lawsuit against Gawker means to him
- Nick “Magnus” Aldis, as the GFW star takes a break from his column to discuss his injury, how it affects his January bookings, and how he’ll enjoy Christmas in the U.S.
- Nick Bockwinkel, as FSM looks back on the former AWA World champion’s career, and talks to his peers to confirm him as an all-time in-ring great, and one of the most upstanding human beings to ever grace the sport
- Del “The Patriot” Wilkes, as the former WCW, WWF and All Japan star offers his advice to rookie wrestlers, particularly on the dangers of abusing drugs

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Jim Cornette's epic account of the final days of Smoky Mountain Wrestling, and the reasons why he closed the promotion, as well as Rob Naylor on the final pay-per-view of the original ECW, Guilty As Charged 2001, and how history would have been different had ECW survived.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine would like to thank every reader who has supported us in 2015. If you'd like to suggest articles for future issues or make any other comments, please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:08 am

Issue 128 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- The Year-End Reader Awards, as FSM highlights your brightest and best of 2015
- The Alternative Year in Review, as FSM casts its eye over the past 12 months, putting a slant on the most notable occurrences
- The WWF's Gulf War exploitation, as on the 25-year anniversary of Sgt. Slaughter's title win, FSM explains why the WWF’s attempts to profit from the conflict caused outrage.
- The language of pro wrestling, as FSM explores the origins of some of the sport's most common terms
- George Kidd, as FSM explores the life of one of the greatest technical innovators in pro wrestling history
- Tom Prichard, as FSM gathers advice for rookie wrestlers from the former WWE Head Trainer
- Bruce Lee, as legendary Hong Kong cinema historian Bey Logan reviews his classic films, and explains Lee's impact on martial arts movies

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Jim Cornette's account of how he first turned his fandom into a job in the pro wrestling business; Rob Naylor on his recent road trip that allowed him to take in four shows in seven days; and newlyweds Nick “Magnus” Aldis and Mickie James describe their year just past, and what's in store for them in 2016.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine would like to hear reader suggestions for future articles, and any general feedback on how you have enjoyed this issue. Please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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Re: FREE issue of Fighting Spirit Magazine available for download

Post by Brian Elliott » Wed Feb 17, 2016 10:44 pm

Issue 129 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available!

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In this month's edition, we have feature-length articles on:
- NXT, as FSM explores how the brand has become a popular option to viewers, and why so few graduates have made a big impression on the main roster
- Sami Zayn, as FSM explains why his return is such a huge boost to WWE
- La Sombra, as FSM looks back on his career to explain why he has the skill to be as good as anyone in WWE
- The British Bulldogs, as FSM teams The Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith up once again to tell the story of their early years in England
- Bob Holly, as he offers advice to the next generation of professional wrestlers
- The business of British wrestling, as FSM details why variety is proving a winning formula for fans and wrestlers alike

All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. This month's issue also includes Jim Cornette's memories of the late Mongolian Stomper, and the other scary heels of the past; Rob Naylor on why the former Solomon Crowe has asked for his WWE release; and Nick “Magnus” Aldis' and thoughts on the future of the business.

The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk ... /subscribe UK subscribers receive their copy before the shops (subject to a reliable postal service), and upon subscribing for 12 issues, also receive two additional issues absolutely free. This means that instead of paying a total of £55.86 in shops, the same content is available via subscription for £35.

Still, if you prefer to pick up FSM at your newsagent, WH Smiths and Easons are the main stockists in the UK and Ireland. For other outlets, please consider asking them to reserve your copy each month, at no extra charge.

FSM is also available on PC/Mac, iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. A free sample issue is available at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM, although you can also download the issue via the Fighting Spirit Magazine app in the iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon app store. Another advantage of the app is that it links to many hours of relevant matches, promos, and shoot interviews that you do not get with the print edition.

Fighting Spirit Magazine is very grateful for your support, and would like to know what you would like to read in future editions. Please tweet editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor or visit our Facebook discussion forum at www.tinyurl.com/JoinFSM

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