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A collection of the most revealing and thought-provoking interviews published in Power Slam: The Wrestling Magazine from 1994-2014.


The list of interviewees (year in which the interview took place in parentheses):


From the 1990s: Steve Austin (1994), Cactus Jack (1995), Shane Douglas (1996), Bam Bam Bigelow (1996), Taz (1997), The Dynamite Kid (1998) and Chris Jericho (1999).


The 2000s: Eddie Guerrero (2001), C.M. Punk (2004), SeanX-PacWaltman (2007), Paul Heyman (2008) and DylanNecro ButcherSummers (2008).


The 2010s: Tyler Black (2010), Paul London (2010), Kevin Steen (2011), Jeff Hardy (2012), Ricochet (2013), GeorgeThe AnimalSteele (2013), A.J. Styles (2014), Fergal Devitt (2014) and Adam Cole (2014).


Steve Austin voices his frustration at WCW, while still under contract to WCW. Shane Douglas fires a broadside at The Clique and Vince McMahon, following his disastrous tenure as Dean Douglas in the WWF. Chris Jericho lashes out at WCW for refusing to maximise his talents.


Eddie Guerrero comments on his exit from the WWF in November 2001 and his commitment to sobriety. ROH star C.M. Punk weighs up his chances of making it to WWE. Sean Waltman recalls his adventures in WCW, TNA and XPW and the sheer lunacy of the Plane Ride From Hell. Paul Heyman explains what it is really like to work on the WWE writing team.


Dylan ‘Necro Butcher’ Summers reflects on his appearance in The Wrestler and the dangers of death matches. Paul London offers a startling account of life inside the WWE system. Kevin Steen wonders what’s next after his banishment from ROH at Final Battle 2010. Jeff Hardy talks prison and redemption. Fergal Devitt mulls over his long tenure with New Japan and ponders his future in wrestling. And that’s just for starters.


Each interview comes with a new introduction, which whisks the reader back to the time when the interview took place.


What’s more, The Power Slam Interviews Volume 1 contains previously unpublished interviews, recorded in 2016, with Jerry Lynn, JaysonJTGPaul, Drew Galloway, Tommy Dreamer and Mark Dallas. Each new interview is in-depth and insightful.

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    Fantastic read.cant wait for volume 2.without a doubt powerslam is the greatest wrestling publication ever


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