To Be the Man (WWE) Paperback – 6 Jun 2005
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About the Author
Keith Elliot Greenberg is a lifelong wrestling fan and a senior writer for World Wrestling Entertainment publications. He is also an award winning television producer whose work has been seen on 48 Hours, America's Most Wanted, VH-1 and The History Channel. He is the author of more than thirty non-fiction books for children and lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York.
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Top Customer Reviews
Great stories about Roddy Piper and other wrestling legends and some genuinely funny and touching moments.
I was also surprised with Ric's comments regarding Hulk Hogan and especially the Bret Hart and the Vince McMahon bust up!
Still...Triple H, Shawn Michaels and even Vince and the McMahon family are highly regarded by the Nature Boy.
As i said, i finished this book in 2-3 says, totally unputdownable.
Very imformative and highly recommended
But after 30 years in the business you can imagine he'd have some wild stories.
It doesnt disappoint. Once you start reading its very hard to put down. He covers his whole career, from the origins of his name to his Idol the original Nature Boy, Buddy Rogers. With loads of stories about wrestlers hes worked with such as Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, and a good insight to the tragedy of the Von Erich family. Interesting facts on
the collapse of the different regional wrestling companies throughout the US in the 70s and 80s. The monopolisation of the WWE and some of Macmahons shitty business ethics. Also his account on that near death air crash.
You hear his opinion on certain wrestlers, such as Mick Foley and Hulk Hogan.
The only thing that caught me offguard was flairs attitude towards Bret Hart and his skills as a wrestler. The hitman was mentioned 2 or 3 times and each time with a negative slant.
But all in all its a great read. My first wrestling autobiography/biography and I recommend it to any Pro Wrestling fan and a must have for all fans of the Nature Boy.
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I have read this book and I love it.
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