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Graham Cawthon is an award-winning journalist, columnist and newspaper editor. He grew up in a military family and spent much of his childhood traveling, from West Germany to Anchorage, Ak. His research on the wrestling industry has been cited by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Fighting Spirit Magazine, PWInsider.com and WWE publications. A graduate of Radford University, he lives in North Carolina with his wife, dog and cat. Follow him on Twitter at @GrahamCawthon or @TheHistoryofWWE.
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"MAYOR OF KISSTOWN" DOUGIE PRICE$
I LOVE IT!!!!!!
18 December 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
THIS IS ANOTHER GREAT BOOK THAT IS EVERY CLOSE TO MY HEART. MY DAD WOULD TAKE TO WATCH WRESTLING 2 TIMES A MONTH I-BALTIMORE CIVIC CENTER AND 2) THE GREAT CAPITIL CENTRE, LANDOVER,MD. BUT WENT THE FIRST NWA SHOW WAS AT THAT BALTIMORE WE WHERE THERE. READING THIS BOOK ON SOME OF SIDE-NOTE I FELT LIKE I WAS BACK IN TIME. DAD THANK YOU FOR ALL THE TRIP'S FROM HAGERSTOWM, MD ILOVE AND MISS YOU AND MOM EVRYDAY!!
and his amazing attention to detail
15 December 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
I've been a fan of Graham's for a very long time.he shares such a passion for the sport of wrestling that's hard to find these days,and it's a passion I've had since I was 5 years old.when Graham does a book that covers a time-frame,or a specific town that was home to so much history through the years,you can feel that passion shine through.that,and his amazing attention to detail,are the qualities that any wrestling fan who's purchased Graham's amazing series of books have discovered for themselves.Baltimore has been a hotbed for professional wrestling for so many years,and Graham's book breaks it all down,from the matches,to the memories,to the fans who attended,to the action itself.for me,it's impossible to pick a favorite book of Graham's,but this is yet another masterpiece,and that's no hyperbole.i can only imagine how he's going to attempt to top himself for his next book;i can't wait to find out.:)
Awesome history peice!
14 October 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
This is a special piece of history for any Baltimore wrestling fan. Will probably take me years to read word for word as very wrestling card from every company is listed in the book. The Baltimore Arena has so much rich history. This is awesome!
A Tremendous History of a Great Wrestling Town!
30 October 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
After reading this book, I feel bad that I only attended one card in Baltimore even though I lived just 33 miles to the south (Washington, DC)! This is a remarkable book that does a wonderful job of chronicling a wonderful wrestling town that supported many territories over its many years. I also appreciate the mention of big cards that I attended in the Washington area (Great American Bash 86 at RFK Stadium and Great American Bash 87 at Capital Centre). There is some incredible history in this book that any wrestling fan should read!
John E Hayes
This is a great book to relive all of those moments
18 November 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
As a fan of wrestling in the 70s and 80s i have many fond memories of going to the Civc Center in Baltimore. This is a great book to relive all of those moments. Match results ,pictures, and copies of all of the wrestling cards are included. A must purchase for all Baltimore wrestling fans.