GET A FREE DIGITAL ISSUE OF FIGHTING SPIRIT MAGAZINE!

Posted August 2nd, 2014 by 1Wrestling News Team

FREE DIGITAL ISSUE OF
FIGHTING SPIRIT MAGAZINE
NOW AVAILABLE

Featuring “Stone Cold” Steve Austin & Jim Cornette columns;
Daniel Bryan; CM Punk; Dynamite Kid and more

London, England: Fighting Spirit Magazine is proud to announce the release of its first FREE digital exclusive issue at www.tinyurl.com/PocketFSM. Alternatively, readers can search their app store for Fighting Spirit Magazine on iPhone/iPad, Android and Kindle Fire.

FSM is 84 pages packed with news, interviews, features, columns, and reviews, and is unquestionably the leading pro wrestling magazine today. Boasting features from the top writers in the industry, and exclusive columns from WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, noted manager and historian Jim Cornette, and former TNA World champion Nick “Magnus” Aldis, FSM’s diverse content and blend of current and historical features puts it in a class of its own.

This sample issue has features from FSM’s archive, including 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”.

Print editions of FSM are available from WHSmith and Easons stores in the UK and Ireland, and via subscription at www.FightingSpiritMagazine.co.uk.

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