Issue 4 of your favourite wrestling fanzine (and joint-9th-favourite magazine in general) Calling Spots is complete and being printed as we converse. We can wait for you to read it….we have a little tingly feeling in our bellies about this one…we think you will love it.
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Hi guys and girls. Thank you so much for the support recently. We have had a lot of new readers, a LOT of positive feedback and have even sent copies of the fanzine to some beautiful countries in recent weeks, such as France and Australia.
I just wanted to take the time out to say THANK YOU all so much for your support.
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As everyone here at the Calling Spots HQ works hard on putting together issue 4 of our wrestling fanzine, we thought we would share with you some of the feedback our AMAZING readers (mates…you are ALL our mates) have sent us on Twitter:
By now we guess you are sick as a chip of reading everyone’s end-of-year awards? Best wrestler of the year, show of the year, etc, etc. So our year-end awards, in typical Calling Spots style, are a little bit different. So read on to find out who picks up the least important “awards” that they will ever win – albeit ones that thy have all worked incredibly hard to earn and are all deserving winners:
Richard Penaluna, editor of the Calling Spots Fanzine, was contacted a few weeks ago and asked if he would participate in an interview about wrestling, to be used in a project featuring opinions of dirtsheet writers, fans, bloggers and many other people who like to talk about wrestling. Here is what he said…..
Dave Batista joins TNA. Is that really so impossible? Dave Batista arguably is the biggest “name” free agent on the market, and TNA love an ex-WWE guy, right? I know what you are thinking though – Dave is currently is training hard to enter into the MMA world….aged 43, an age that most fighters would consider to be the twilight of their career. But even if Dave is successful in the world of MMA, how many fights will he have a year? One? Two at the most? With TNA’s lighter-than-WWE schedule, is it not possible that Batista negotiates a ‘Sting contract’, only working select dates? And what about the fact that Batista has publically blamed the “brutal” PG WWE product for his reason for leaving the company? TNA have much less restriction, throwing around some casual swear words and still blading from time-to-time. The latter being something the Dave’s good friend, Ric Flair, took full advantage of in typical Flair style. Speaking of Flair, surely if the company isn’t below Slick Ric then it’s not below his pal Batista either? And here is my last bomb shell, what if Dave Batista is behind The Aces and Eights?
Guys, I am pleased to announce that The Calling Spots Fanzine and MOS Radio have officially entered into a working relationship. A lot of you guys will already be listeners but in case you are not – MOS (Ministry of Slam) is the UK’s number 1 wrestling talk radio show and airs live every Monday night, before Raw, and is available for download on iTunes the following day. Check them out.