Fightful has added a new outlet to provide our audience with the best pro wrestling and crossover coverage possible: Fightful Magazine.
Our first issue has launched digitally, and moving forward will be available in physical form. The debut issue features myself, Jimmy Van, Molly Belle, Brandon Thurston, "Showdown" Joe Ferraro, Joe Hulbert, Taeler Hendrix, Alex Pawlowski, and many more.
Where your wrestling questions get answered by Fightful contributors.
Charlotte Flair: The Queen’s Road
Charlotte Flair may be the daughter of wrestling icon, Ric Flair, but she’s also paving her own road meant for a queen.
Less Popular but More Lucrative: Why There’s Reason to Be Optimistic WWE Will Get Raise in Rights
Brandon Thurston projects WWE’s next television contracts and how these negotiations will determine the financial future of WWE.
WrestleMania 37: The Hunt for History
Edge and Bianca Belair will be the ones to watch heading into WrestleMania weekend.
Mark in Stripes
Matt Young tells us a wild story during his time on the independent wrestling scene about having to referee and announce a match at the same time.
Taya Valkyrie: A Star in the Making
Taeler Hendrix shines the spotlight on Taya Valkyrie, an up-and-coming wrestler recruited by WWE.
Who is the real Georges St-Pierre?
Friend of Georges St-Pierre, Joe Ferraro, brings us closer than ever to understanding who the former MMA legend really is.
The WWF LJN and Sgt. Slaughter Story
Learn more about how the 8-inch Sgt. Slaughter prototypes with bendy wires came into existence.
A Winner is You: Looking Back on “Pro Wrestling” for the NES
The rise of nostalgia has led to “Pro Wrestling” becoming one of the most memorable NES games out there today.
An Interview With “The Dragon”
Jimmy Van brings us one of the most honest interviews from Ricky Steamboat that you’ll ever read.
Fightful’s Where Are They Now
The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers were some of Canada’s brightest wrestling stars back in the day.
The Last Word
Managing Editor of Fightful.com, Sean Ross Sapp, breaks down his hopes for Fightful Magazine in The Last Word.
As of now, plans call for a bi-monthly edition of the magazine. More subscription and discount details will be made available in the coming weeks. You can go to FightfulMag.com to get the latest