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I love Wrestling Perspective. I really do. The people who you interview are extremely interesting. To me, they are wonderfully interesting and I want to hear what they have to say. That's the bottom line. Why do I read it verbatim? I read it because I find it interesting. It's very enjoyable. 
-- Terry Funk  

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When Wrestling Perspective arrives in the mail I set aside everything else. Really. No other wrestling publication provides incisive, long-form interviews from the biggest names in the business, combined with smart commentary and The Phantom of the Ring's look at the history of pro wrestling. I like WP, I trust WP, and you should too. Read WP and you'll get inside the head of the important players in the game. I recommend it without hesitation.

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-- Evan Ginzburg, Editor of Wrestling Then & Now  declaring Wrestling Perspective the "Newsletter of the Decade." 

I want to give a big plug for Wrestling Perspective, one of the oldest newsletters in the business. They are presently running a shoot interview with Bill Apter and it is BEYOND tremendous. I've always said that Wrestling Perspective had the best interviews in wrestling journalism and this one certainly proved it.
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-- AG, New York

A great publication! Always interesting and informative!
-- JW, Ohio

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