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Ric "Nature Boy" Flair - The Biggest of all Legends! Read..., 26 Aug. 2004
Wooooooooooooooo! Buy this Book! Woooooooooooo! Read it!
This book is without doubt one of the most controversial books in wrestling history and kept me so hooked throughout that I have read it twice already!
Despite being WWE trademarked this book has not been censored and Flair's honesty about himself, his peers and a certain Eric Bischoff gives an incredible inside view on wrestling. It includes more backstabbing, sleaze and disloyalty than the American Government! Flair speaks openly about how the industry has evolved from the "working" wrestler of old to the "Sports entertainers" of today. Flair does not hold back in his criticism of dozens of Ex-wrestlers/promoters including Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart and Mick Foley and his straight talking style is like being involved in a 350 page classic Flair interview with plenty of Woooooooo's, girls and limo riding!!!! Flair is a true legend of the industry and guides us through the 30 years he has enjoyed and at times despised in the industry whether it be as a member of WWE, WCW or NWA in true Ric 'Nature Boy' Flair stylin and profiling Fashion! He has held no fewer than 16 World Heavyweight Titles and has eclipsed any previous grappler with this stunning account of 30 inspirational years in this fantastic industry!
This Book is simply the greatest book I have read about Wrestling and doubles my already massive amount of respect I hold for the greatest wrestler of all time!
" To be the man, You Gotta Beat The Man, I am The Man!"