This book by far is the best wrestling autobiography I have ever read.
From Hart's childhood, straight through to his forced retirement through injury and then a heartbreaking, ongoing recovery from a stroke, this book has it all.
Throughout the book, Hart also relives the many friends and his brother Owen who lost their lives in the spotlight of fame.
I couldn't put it down once I started reading it.
I have read biographies by Edge, Hogan, Shawn Michaels, Batista and Stone Cold Steve Austin, but not one really touched on the real, dirty, gritty and sometimes cruel, wrestling world that Bret Hart exposes in equal humour or sadness.
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