The return of TOTAL WRESTLING magazine – the hit magazine returns to a worldwide audience!
A wrestling phenomenon in the early 2000s, Total Wrestling was well-received by fans and was a precursor to many modern magazines the world over. In its latest incarnation, TW is returning as an online-exclusive offering, free to all fans worldwide at the point of sale, with new editors, new writers and a fresh, modern approach to wrestling journalism in this era of social media and online access to videos, blogs and podcasts.
On this edition of CAC Radio, David and Morgan welcome CAC member and pro wrestling trainer Ron Hutchison. Ron has trained a list of who’s who in professional wrestling, including Edge, Christian, Gail Kim, Trish Stratus, and Beth Phoenix, and at this year’s CAC Reunion he gave his very first seminar in a public forum. We hope you enjoy our 25th edition of CAC Radio!
Papercutz has revealed variant covers for WWE #1, which you can see below. Regarding the story written by Foley, it’s a crime-meets-pro-wrestling tale set in Titan City, where John Cena has been framed for a crime he didn’t commit. CM Punk is a shadowy figure working to bring down the system. WWE #1 comes out in June.
REFEREE SEMINAR SCHEDULED WITH FORMER WWE OFFICIAL JIMMY KORDERAS ON OCTOBER 19TH!
The professional wrestling referee is sometimes a lost or overlooked art in our industry. With the attention and spotlight firmly on the athletes performing in-ring, oftentimes its easy to dismiss the importance of an announcer, manager, or especially a referee in regards to the overall puzzle being put together. However, a bad referee can make a good match stink and make an ok match great just by knowing what to do, when, why, and how.
PAUL LONDON SEMINARS ANNOUNCED FOR PRO WRESTLERS OCTOBER 16 & 18 IN PA & OHIO
Paul London has been one of the most recognizable names among the most ardent of wrestling fans for the better part of the past 15 years. Now, the “Intrepid Traveler” is making a stop in Pittsburgh, and is eager to spread his knowledge and experience to the next generation of hopeful superstars. London will be hosting the following two seminars -
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://slam.canoe.ca and was written by Jon Waldman.
There was a time, oh about a decade ago, that McFarlane Toys entered the sports world and changed the way that collectors like myself perceived the world of figurines. Now, the creator of Spawn is about to do the same for wrestling.
Late last week, WWE began to tease in tweets that there was something in the works with Todd McFarlane, with hinting pictures of the famed figures, leading up to a big reveal Tuesday that the two companies had joined forces.
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://slam.canoe.ca and was written by Greg Oliver.
Angelo Savoldi, who will be laid to rest Wednesday after 99 years of full life, was billed as the brother of the legendary “Jumping” Joe Savoldi, but it was his real brother who got him into professional wrestling.
It’s a great story.
Sit back and enjoy.
Mario Louis Fornini Sr., was born on April 21, 1914, in Castrocielo, Italy, near Naples, and arrived in the United States in 1919, settling in Hoboken, New Jersey, where a childhood friend was reportedly a skinny kid named Frank Sinatra.