With Nash and Hall, Bischoff, Hogan and Russo all coming out in recent years with their own lame justifications of how it wasn't them who "killed" WCW, this book does a fantastic job of just presenting the facts, and the truth that every single one of them played a part in the downfall of the company. Particularly after reading Bischoff's book and hearing interviews with Nash, it is very refreshing to read what is a completely objective and entertaining review of who it was who ruined the company. There is almost nothing in the book that Nash and co could turn around and dispute and maybe the only problem is that the book was made prior to Nash etc coming out with their excuses so that each and every one of them could be torn apart and exposed as complete nonsense. In particular, it becomes clear that the problems with "higher ups" that Bischoff likes to cite as his downfall played a very minor role in reality compared to the other nonsense such as PPVs involving motorbikes, the Tonight show etc.
The great thing about this book though is that they don't push anybody in particular as being the main reason, and the reader can come away with their own views. Either way, its a hilarious and thoroughly entertaining analysis of how it all went wrong down in dubya c dubya land. An absolute must read.