High quality photobook style paper.
- MatMail Your Letters and reactions to past issues of Revue.
- Wrestling News - The latest "old school" wrestling news and info!
- And Thats The Way It Was: Fred Curry - Percival "Al" Friend gives his personal take on one of the favorite sons of the midwest.
- Remembering Our Roots: Wrestlisng Revue #1 - Mike Dupree takes us on a journey back to the very first issue of our namesake.
- Dutch Savage Speaks The Truth - The favorite of the Pacific Northwest grants Dr. Mike Lano a long and detailed interview - with plenty of photos from the Pro Wrestling Enterprises archives. Dutch gives his take on wrestling then and now.
- Cobo Confidential: The Road Trip From Hell - Dave Drason-Burzynski relates a true experience and shows proof of the outcome. So you want to be in the wrestling business? Better read this!
- Fan Slam Brings Legends to Fans - Meredith Renwick took her camera to Fan Slam and captured the legends for WR.
- I Left My Boots In San Francisco! - The Roy Shire Territory Remembered byViktor Berry - An outstanding look back at one of the premiere wrestling territories where men like Stevens, Patterson, Graham, Johnson, Maivia and others ruled the roost. Many exclusive never-before-seen photos.
- Class Is Now In Sesssion - Ole Anderson Lectures on Wrestlings Past & Present - Greg Oliver interviewed Ole Anderson and came away with a completely different impression of the wrestling business. Warning: Ole doesn't mince words!
- Wrestling Book Revue: Chokehold," one of the best books EVER on the business of pro wrestling.
- Lou Kleins Gym - Doorway to Wrestling - Jim Lancaster returns to Reuve to continue his saga as a pro wrestler. It started in a small gym in Allen Park, Michigan - a facility that produced many stars of the mat.
- As I See It: Vince McMahon Sr. Was Real Architect of Todays Wrestling -Norman H. Kietzer sees things a little differently than a lot of so-called experts. Norman should know, he was the premier wrestling publisher of magazines and programs when the business changed forever.
- Wrestle-Web - Mike Dupree once again goes web-surfing for classic wrestling s