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The best there is.,
This review is from: Hitman (Hardcover)
This book is devestatingly good from start to finish. As "modern fans" of wrestling, we know that wrestling isn't "real", but most of us realise that the action in them rings still hurts and costs the wrestlers. You just have no idea how much. This book will take you on a heart wrenching journey to a point where can begin to understand just how much the wrestling industry takes from people year in, year out.
Every word of this tale is well thought out and to the point. You feel the pain, the joy, everything that Bret Hart has lived through.
Few wrestling books can claim to be great, and none have ever come close to Mick Foleys first autobiograhpy "have a nice day". That is untill now.
Quite simply, the best wrestling book there is, the best there was, the best there ever will be.