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5.0 out of 5 stars
Amazing insight into the wrestling world. Honest and humble., 17 Dec 2010
Even though Bret Hart wasn't my favourite wrestler back in the day his book is probably the best book to read to get some insight into the wrestling world. Bret really gives an honest account of his life all over the world in the territories including Japan, England, Germany the WWF/WCW and Stampede Wrestling. Along the way you will get great a great understanding of people like Tom Billington (Dynamite Kid),Hogan, Vince, Savage, Flair, Shawn Michaels, British Bulldog and Brets own family. Lots of wrestlers have demons in the form of somas or steroids, alcohol abuse or painkillers but Bret suffered demons through his relationships, family, and decisions.
If you want a real account of life behind WWF/WWE doors then this is the book for you. This isn't a watered down WWE production book made by WWE propagandist writers but a real good slice of life behind WWF doors.