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The Death of WCW
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on September 19, 2013
The authors did a good job in explaining why WCW fell apart. It makes for an easy and enjoyable read for anyone who is interested in what led to WCW's demise.
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on December 25, 2012
From the guys who brought you Wrestlecrap, this tell-all story has so many facts, figures and insight into WCW's rise and fall it made my head spin. Really could not put it down, HIGHLY recommended for any wrestling fan.
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on September 4, 2012
A masterpiece for any wrestling fan and wanna-be promoter around the world. I truly loved to read this book. Learn the inside out of the wrestling's business. You will be surprized to learn what goes behing the curtain.

Warning: You can't put it down once you started reading it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 12, 2008
Authors Reynolds and Alvarez do a great job describing the tumultuous history of World Championship Wrestling in this quick read. As a fan of outrageously stupid wrestling gimmicks, I enjoyed the parts of the book that detailed horrendous storylines and characters from WCW. It's also a good cautionary tale for some current wrestling promotions on how to avoid alienating your fanbase. At times the narrative is slowed by an influx of ratings and grosses and buyrates but for the most part it flows well. A must read for anyone interested in how WCW blew up real good.
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