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Hardcore Happiness, 20 July 2011
Mick Foley never fails to disappoint in his memoirs. This volume deals mainly with the development of a wrestling angle (story) from its inception to its somewhat mangled fruition. Liberally interspersed is Foley's thoughts on a huge spectrum of other issues, which - for a professional wrestler who has had more than a few unprotected chair shots to the head - are often very poignant and this is where the book finds its heart and soul. Regardless of whether you are a wrestling fan or not, this book is an autobiography of a legend of our time, a good man.