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Must have been ghost-written by a five year old. Poor beyond belief.
on 22 February 2011
Obviously ghost written by someone with no real feel for pro wrestling, hence the references to 'Brett' Hart and Dustin joining 'TNA' in the early 90s. Presumably he meant to say WCW. Rhodes was the son of one of the most successful stars of the era, and competed in WWE and WCW during one of the most exciting and controversial times there has ever been to be a wrestling fan. The book is a missed opportunity to provide some fascinating insights. Most fans who have so much as read Dustin Rhodes's Wikipedia page could have gone away and written a better book than this without having even met the man. A typical lazy WWE book which insults the intelligence of the fans.