The Hardcore Truth: The Bob Holly Story Paperback – Apr 1 2013
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About the Author
Bob Holly is a retired professional wrestler. Born in California, he now resides in Dubuque, Iowa. Ross Williams, Ross Williams, formerly managing director of a noted UK recruitment business, now works as an actor, writer and business consultant. He lives in Berkshire, England.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you want real insight, an entertaining and most of all honest read, I recommend this book, highly.
- Bob Holly gives his honest and uncensored opinion. He doesn't hold ANYTHING back. He name drops a lot and doesn't care about hurting feelings. This is as straight forward as it can get.
- He talks about the Ins and Outs of the business, from his bar fighting days up to the end of his WWE career. That covers a lot!
- Many, many road stories. This book is 98% wrestling and the pages on his race car driving days are still very entertaining.
- The author, Ross Williams, wrote a very nice book that flows easily.
- Absolutely nothing bad about this book. Seriously.
Final verdict: 5 out of 5
It is now one of my favorite books along with Jericho, Foley and Bret Hart. This is a MUST READ for any fan that liked the 90's and 00's era of the WWF. "How do you like me now?" I like you a lot more Bob!
Most recent customer reviews
needs a LOT more inside stuff than is included herein!Published 14 months ago by harold kirby errington
I enjoyed reading this book but some of the stories told by Holly seem to be told to make Holly look "misunderstood".Published 19 months ago by Denny L
One of the better wrestling related books to date. Bob Holly offers a great perspective of the view from the middle of the card and pulls no punches on his perspective from there.Published 20 months ago by Shaun Logan