WWF Magazine Reviews
Newest Review: ... for all I know the interview or feature could be lame, but I felt that it was worth the risk...so for the first time in ... more
Customer WWF Magazine Reviews (6)
by - written on 07/12/01, updated on 07/12/01 (Very useful, 185 readings)
During a recent trip into my local WH Smiths, I noticed that virtually every hobbie or interest has several magazines to accommodate its followers. Despite the fact that, as a country, we do not read as much as we used to (which is a bad thing), we still regularly buy magazines, as apparently the industry, unlike many others at the moment, is booming. As I approached the check out with my three items (a wrestling video, an Incubus CD and a wrestling magazine) I noticed that *every* person in the queue had at least one magazine. There were pensioners with cross-stitch magazines, middle aged men with car magazines, middle aged women with women's weeklies, young men ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/01, updated on 26/08/01 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Very good. That is what I think of this extremely good magazine. This month (I think, it is published in America, so it could be last months) contains a story about The Rock's recent return to the WWF. This magazine has everything that the WWF fan needs in order to be kept up to date. It has all sorts of stories on the various WWF superstars, but not only that, it is packed with other things. It has questions to test your WWF knowledge, it has letters from the fans and loads of uselessly great information like the top five WWF products that didn't make the grade. For the real big fans, each month there is a centrefold of whichever wrestler the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/00, updated on 22/08/00 (Very useful, 329 readings)
Into WWF (World Wrestling Federation) but you do not have access to sky then the monthly edition of WWF Magazine is what you need. Priced at £2.75 and printed in America this magazine is a must for all serious WWF fans. The magazine carries all the latest gossip direct from the US and has in depth interviews with all the favourite wrestlers of the moment. The quality of the pictures printed in this magazine are absolutely superb with excellent action shots from recent matches and the atmosphere of these matches can easily be seen due to the superb quality of the pictures. This magazine also carries all the forth-coming tour dates so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/00, updated on 20/12/00
The offical WWF magazine is a very good magazine, but of course it has its flaws. For a start, it is written in kayfabe so for the educated fan, it can be very frustrating. The pay per view coverage are also most commendable, with superb photos of the matches in full flow. But the trouble is, they review the events three months later because of printing restrictions from across the atlantic. This can also be both frustrating and annoying to owners of SKY and ONdigital, as the magazine may conduct an interview with a wrestler, and the wrestler may say how much likes his fans, and then when you actually read it that particular superstar has turned against his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/01, updated on 01/02/01 (Useful, 22 readings)
I have to admit if your a wrestling fan your love this wwf magazine. It's called powerslam and it is a fantastic magazine. It keeps you up to date with all the latest results and news. It is a superb magazine. No clever drawings no fancy writng just a fantastic magazine. It comes out every month and has a superb variety of information. It costs £2.30 so it's not a lot of money and i give you adice to buy it. I've been geting it now for the past few months now and really enjoy it. Tahnks for reading. ... Read the complete review
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