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Retro Reading Vol. 12: Wrestling 85 – Fall 1985

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The cover of the Fall edition of Wrestling 85. Possibly my favorite cover and headline to any wrestling magazine!

Before I begin the recap proper, I just need to take a minute to put over the cover and the headline of this magazine. People love to say not to judge a book by its cover, but how could anyone see this and not immediately get excited? Nine-year-old Mikey did the first time I saw an ad for this series, with this edition featured.  Read more


The update this time around is the final two months of SMW TV from 1995 and Kayfabe Commentaries releases! Read more

Rebooking The WWF: Week 21, 1994

Fallout from In Your House! Read more

NWA Power 11/5/2019

Colt Cabana gets a rematch against NWA National Champion James Storm. Aron Stevens challenges Ricky Starks to a best two out of three falls match. Thunder Rosa makes her debut and makes an immediate impact. Plus much more! Read more

Rebooking The WWF: In Your House #2

Find out what happens at In Your House! Read more

NWA Power 10/29/2019

Ricky Starks takes on Aron Stevens. A no disqualification tag match between Outlaw Inc. and the Dawsons. Plus, a six man tag match that could determine a new challenger for the NWA World’s Championship! Read more

NWA Power 10/22/2019

Is Eli Drake trustworthy? Will Tim Storm retire? Will we finally here from Kamille? So many questions, and some are answered this week on Power! Read more

NWA Powerrr 10/15/2019

This week on NWA Powerrr, Colt Cabana has a mystery tag partner. NWA National Champion James Storm may have a new challenger for the gold. NWA Tag Team Champions the Wildcards defend against Eddie Kingston and Homicide in the main event. Plus, will Kamille finally have a chance to speak? Read more

Retro Reading Vol. 11: Wrestling 85 – Summer 1985

WRESTLING 85 – Summer 1985

Sgt Slaughter graces the cover of the Summer issue of Wrestling 85

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Why NWA Power is the only US wrestling program I will care about moving forward

This year has been a monumental one for the professional wrestling scene. Major seismic shifts has taken place with the emergence of All Elite Wrestling on Wednesday Nights, NXT debuting on the USA Network, and the resurfacing of the National Wrestling Alliance have all changed the wrestling landscape. I’ve skipped over NXT, tuned into the first two episodes of AEW Dynamite and over the course of this weekend (Saturday more specifically), I decided to wake up and head to YouTube to watch the first episode of NWA Power. Read more