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Mad Dogs, Midgets and Screw Jobs: The Untold Story&hellip by Pat Laprade
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The good:
- The authors did an amazing job researching all the talent that were involved in the history of the Quebec wrestling scene.
- Even some mostly unheard of wrestlers have interesting stories about them.
- Some cool and rare pictures throughout the book.
- The book offer a small section for each wrestler and era, which is a format that I like because it is easier to navigate for further references.

The bad:
- There are a lot of quotes by people not involved in the wrestling business at an important level. For example, some friends and family members of the authors gave their thoughts and that hurts the book's credibility.
- It is a french… Read more
The Hardcore Truth: The Bob Holly Story by Bob Holly
I've read pretty much every wrestling book out there (Jericho, Hart, Flair, Billy Robinson, Bishoff, etc.), and this is truly one of the most entertaining ones.

The good:
- 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… Read more
The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Good:
- A couple of good matches (Steamboat vs Austin, Sting & Flair vs Rick Rude & Vader, Sting VS Rude to name a few).
- Cactus Jack VS Mil Mascaras: Mascaras is a legend, for sure! But watching him circling the ring on his toes and tucking his belly in had me laughing hard (thanks to Jericho in his book for this info!). Also, a great "Neatea Plunge" by Cactus Jack onto the floor makes this match worth seeing.
- The overall packaging is nice (but having Flair selling a knucklelock on the cover is ridiculous).

The Bad:
- Very very short matches!
- No documentary.
- Not enough Dusty Rhodes! He is an incredible story teller. Could have used a lot… Read more