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- Print Length: 324 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B008CFWEJ0
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- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #217,155 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
I wasn't so much into the match descriptions, but even skimming over these leaves lots to read still. Well worth the money.
I however cannot give this book 5 stars due to the match descriptions. Written by someone with clearly no understanding of professional wrestling they are truly embarassing to read and why James Dixon allowed such idiotic comments into his book is beyond belief. Maybe he was the only guy willing to watch all the DVDs of the shows? Or the only guy who owned the DVDs?
The reviews made the book hard going in the beginning but once I made the decision to skip these, only reading the winners of the matches I blazed through the book and thoroughly enjoyed it.
I highly recommend for anyone who knows of 1PW and anyone who doesn't. Mostly I recommend this to anyone who thinks they can be a Wrestling promoter, this book will work as a warning and a How Not To guide. Four stars just skip the moronic match reviews
The content of this book is both engaging and enlightening in equal measure, shedding light on events that I myself had little knowledge of despite my support of the company at the time.
For any British wrestling fan, or wrestling fan in general for that matter, I cannot recommend this book with any higher praise, as despite being well aware of the outcome, I found myself still inexplicably routing for the company's success and feeling sorrow for their demise.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Utterly fascinating look at 1PW, with interviews from a huge collection of names. Really can't recommend this book enough!Published 23 months ago by Jon R.
So so book. Felt a little disjointed. However, really opens the eyes to the wrestling industry and worth a read. Not one to read multiple times thoughPublished on 21 July 2014 by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book, it is a great overview of the wrestling promotion 1PW and goes in depth about its successes and mainly failures.Published on 23 July 2013 by Dennis Law