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This review is from: Sex, Lies, and Headlocks: The Real Story of Vince McMahon and the World Wrestling Federation (Hardcover)
I managed to finish this book very quickly, for two main reasons; It is relatively short, and I couldn't put it down. It is a fascinating book for wrestling fans in general, not just fans of the current product. While at times I found SL&H confusing due to the volume of information thrown at the reader, it didn't hinder my enjoyment. Generally, the book is written very well, however, it was misleading in some places, especially to a new fan, or someone who doesn't know everything about the sport. (The book leads the reader to believe that Mick Foley made his WWF debut in 1997, for example, which is not true.)
The book has taught me a lot about the history of the business, and overall, is an excellent read that despite some poor moments, every wrestling fan should own.