Having not previously known much about Bobby's career, I wasn't sure what to expect with this book, but... well, what a great read it was!
Bobby's career has taken him through the American territories, to WWE and WCW and to Japan and beyond. It's a tale of doing the right thing, in wrestling parlance - he's a man who, as the title implies, is always happy to 'do the job' to enhance the talents of others. This is an incredibly vital role in the industry, and one which is often sadly overlooked (or, indeed, misunderstood by improperly trained talents who are only in it to become big time superstars...), and Bobby did it with enthusiasm and respect for the business.
Bobby's tale is of a man who got into the business he loved,trained under the incredible Professor Malenko and became a stellar talent, met and fought the biggest namesworldwide, had a fantastic time and made it out the other side in one piece.
I would rather give it 4+, or 4.5, it is not great, (a bit like Bobby himswelf would no doubt admit) but a good account of, as he says one of the last to really go through the terriitory system. I loved SMW, so I guess I would be biased towards this.