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Graphic, Enjoyable, Fantastic,
This review is from: Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks (Mass Market Paperback)
This is not a Ghostwritten book. This is written by the man himself Mick Foley, who writes with amazing graphic recollection of his life in the "fake" world of professional wrestling.
Mick candidly tells you about his career in the ring from his first match in 1985 to 1999. This book was written around the time that Owen Hart fell to his death in May 1999 during a live event, and Mick movingly covers this in his book. This is not just about wrestling, it is about his entire life from the age of 18. It is a large book, which is fine because it's something you can read a section of over and over and still be entertained.
This book will lift the lid on how professional wrestling works and how Mick developed his characters for maximum success in this closely guarded world of wrestling.
A definate buy for anyone, not just wrestling fans.