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.
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:
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…..
The Following article has been paid for by the New World Order.
The New World Order is an emotive subjective amongst wrestling fans. In its’ heyday, the NWO was the hottest thing the wrestling world had ever seen. Ever since the stables’ last run in 2002, fans have been clamoring for a reformation, or the return of the New World Order. On one level this is understandable. The original stable in WCW was immensely popular. Hogan, Hall and Nash’s wrestling immortality was created through their time in being the original founders of the cutting edge group.
The Calling Spots Wrestling Fanzine is planning a talent search to expand on our fantastic creative team. Unlike our previous searches, we are currently looking for prospective new writers this time around, amongst other things: