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About the Author
R.D. Reynolds is the co-author of Wrestlecrap and the co-creator of WrestleCrap.com, one of the wrestling community's favourite websites. He lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Bryan Alvarez is the editor and publisher of Figure Four Weekly. He lives in Woodinville, WA.
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It is, in short, a wonderful story full of ridiculousness, epic missteps and the tragedy of inevitability.
It would be a five-star book were it not for one thing: the actual quality of writing on show. I loved Wrestlecrap back in the day and read it religiously, but the style of prose has not aged well. It's shallow and - annoyingly - very repetitive, with points being hammered home two or three times a mere page or two apart - and not for any stylistic reason; it just feels the need to remind you of something you read about two minutes earlier.
It's still a great read, but don't expect to be transported to another world thanks to the gorgeous wordage and skilful arrangement of adverbs. It's more like an extended match report - "they did this with this many people present, then they did this behind the scenes, then this happened and x amount of people bought it" on repeat for a few hundred pages.
Anyway, it's good. Just not great. Well worth a read.
If you want a book that explores how a company with every resource in the world can go so horribly wrong, this is undoubtedly for you.
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