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Thursday, February 16, 2012

New PWI Digital Previews Rock-Cena

I think you'll enjoy the May 2012 issue of PWI, which is now available for sampling and (hopefully) purchase by clicking here. Included in the issue are features on Austin Aries, WWE's injury woes, TNA's new developmental deal with OVW, and our annual reports cards.

This year, rather than focus on just the very hottest wrestlers, we graded 150 stars. It's a fun read (except for those wrestlers who received D's or F's!).

Finally, this issue of PWI includes an 11-page preview of the mega-showdown between John Cena and The Rock that's to take place on April 1 at WrestleMania 27 in Miami. Twenty of our writers and editors were asked to pick a winner, and Cena received the nod by an 11-9 margin. See how they justify their selections and let us know if you agree.

The issue is available in digital format right now for $4.99. You can order the print version early next week at www.pwi-online.com for $5.95 (plus shipping).

Stu Saks
Publisher

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

2012 Almanac Available In Print/Digital Formats


The 17th edition of the PWI Almanac is now ready for purchase and/or download. If you are a PWI print subscriber, the issue will be sent to you shortly. If you are not a subscriber (and for the life me, I can't understand why you wouldn't be!), you can order by clicking beneath the cover on the right side of this page.

For the first time ever, the Almanac can be downloaded in digital format for viewing on your PC, Mac, or tablet for the special price of $3.99. Click here to sample it for free. Note to current and would-be digital subscribers: The Almanac is not included in the subscription price. You have to order it separately.

Either way, the PWI Almanac is still an invaluable reference tool, including title histories, a listing of more than 750 active wrestlers, pay-per-view results throughout history, a day-by-day review of 2011, and the top 10 stories of the past year.

Stu Saks
Publisher