Brian Elliott Posted December 29, 2013 Report Share Posted December 29, 2013 Issue 101 of Fighting Spirit Magazine is now available! In this month's edition, FSM has feature-length articles on: - WWE's plans for 2014, including the possible return of Hulk Hogan and the February launch of the WWE network - Goldust and Cody Rhodes, and how both men are now doing the best work of their careers - New TNA World championMagnus, and how it's been a banner year for British grapplers - How WWE's problems are all too often coming because they follow the culture of other genres - The nWo Take Over Tour, and how it turned into a disaster despite the presence of Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Sean Waltman - Mad Dog Vachon, and the incredible life he led as one of pro wrestling's greatest characters - World of Sport legend Les Kellett, who is one of the most enigmatic performers in British wrestling history All of this, plus our usual news, PPV and TV reports, and DVD and book reviews. Also, in this month's columns, Jim Cornette writes about his motivation for the February trip to the UK, and Nick “Magnus” Aldis reflects on three British wrestling personalities who were vital in his development as a pro wrestler. The cheapest and easiest way to subscribe to FSM is via our website, here: http://www.fightingspiritmagazine.co.uk/magazine/subscribe UK subscribers will receive their copy of FSM early (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 iPad, iPhone, and Android. You can purchase the iPhone / iPad app here: http://tinyurl.com/FSMiPhoneiPad and the Android app here: http://tinyurl.com/PlayFSM The app costs just £1.99, but you are entitled to download a free issue of your choice with this purchase. The high-resolution screen of tablets allows for a stunning look to FSM, should this be your preferred way of reading. 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. You can also make digital or print purchases directly from www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk . Thank you for your continued support throughout 2013. If there is a feature, interview or column that you'd like to see in FSM, let us know by tweeting editor Brian Elliott at @FSM_Editor. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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