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Are We There Yet?: Tales from the Never-Ending Travels of WWE Superstars

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True, or mostly true, stories of the road from: John Cena, Mark Henry, Teddy Long, Shannon Moore, Matt Hardy, The Hurricane, Dr. Tom Prichard, Molly Holly, Dave Hebner, Rico, Brooklyn Brawler, Kane, Jim "J.R." Ross, Ivory, Victoria, Goldberg, Tommy Dreamer, Al Snow, Steve Richards, Ric Flair, A-Train, Dean Malenko, Sgt. Slaughter, Chris Jericho, Edge, Chavo Guerrero, ...more
Paperback, 225 pages
Published February 8th 2005 by Pocket Books (first published February 1st 2005)
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Mar 12, 2011 BookMarc rated it really liked it
There's that old adage that one should never judge a book by its cover and I tried very hard not too concerning this book. After all, what could be more hilarious than a front cover consisting of a grumpy looking Big Show on the back of a bike with Rey Mysterio driving it in a posed picture?!? Yep, almost everything up to and including Larry the Cable Guy and he makes me wish television had never been invented. Being a WWE fan however I felt the need to persevere into the unknown and actually ...more
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Nov 12, 2007 BCL Teen Librarians rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction
Professional wrestling is a billion-dollar per year business traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

Vince McMahon, the impresario of the WWE, posited: “everything is scripted.” This was stated under oath, as he is currently on trial for conspiracy to distribute steroids. He further bleated, "We market ourselves as avant-garde and politically incorrect. Transgressing the norms of taste is essential."

Professional wrestling is a cartoon come to life. So-called 'wrestlers' are working class beef, jac
Justin Sylvia
Aug 06, 2011 Justin Sylvia rated it liked it
As usual i didn't really know what to expect from a book about road stories from the WWE superstars. But then again...i did sort of have high hopes, considering that i've been a fame of pro wrestling in all its different shapes/forms/storylines. etc since i was younger and in public school. There are definitely some VERY and i do mean very interesting stories in this book to be sure. There are a few like the ones about Big Show that i''d prefer not to know about considering that they had to do ...more
Dec 17, 2013 Brittany rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own
I loved the stories in this book. They were so funny and even some of the pictures were. I loved this book so much. I owned and I just had to let my best friend and sister read it and find out how good it is for themselves. I loved the story about The Hardys, Edge, Christian, and Test about how Matt and Christian nearly walked into the airport with make-up on their face. That would have been a great ending to that tale. Too bad Christian and Matt discovered the make-up on their face while on the ...more
May 10, 2016 Joseph rated it really liked it
I saw this book on the shelf and I have always been a fan of WWE wrestling. When I was younger my Dad and I would always get tickets to go see them when they came to the Civic Center in Portland. I was a fun and great experience. When I was reading this book I really got thinking about the wrestlers entertainment lives and the lives they lived outside of the ring. When you watch them on tv or in person they seem like crazy individuals but when I read the book and read the stories about travels ...more
Paul Schoenberg
Sep 05, 2010 Paul Schoenberg rated it really liked it
This book is about a series of stories from a wrestlers point of the view while they travel to perform. Reading this book feels like you're on the road with the superstars. I feel like a big part in a good book is when you feel that you are in the shoes of the person who is the narrator. Out of all the sports book I have read I felt this was the most personal book in which I could connect too. This book is for sure a good book that represents the WWE company very nicely.
Daniel Clark
Apr 01, 2015 Daniel Clark rated it it was amazing
Really good short read. Each story brings about the personality of each wrestler. I think this was done by writing down parts of their interviews. The stories do well in arising memories and emotions from your own experiences traveling. The introductions to each chapter did well in setting up the theme. My only complaint was they could have picked better photos and even included some color ones.
Jul 23, 2016 Amanda rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-i-own
This book was filled with stories that happened to various wrestlers while on the road and behind stage during WWE shows.
I laughed hard reading some of these stories...they were hilarious and shows you how the atmosphere being around these guys is all the time.
Jason Tolland
Jul 27, 2015 Jason Tolland rated it liked it
A fun idea, not that great in execution.

If you're a wrestling fan, give it a look as you'll get some funny stories from it. If you're not a fan, I wouldn't bother -- this won't sway your opinion one way or the other.

Mr. Pease
Jan 01, 2011 Mr. Pease rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Wrestling fans
Humorous insight into the day-to-day lives of your favorite wrestling stars. A quick, funny read for wrestling fans.
Oct 14, 2011 TheDenizen rated it it was ok
Shelves: non-fiction, humor
Kinda lame, these road stories are all decidedly PG. There's no dirt or juicy tidbits to be discovered.
David Bowles
Jun 30, 2014 David Bowles rated it liked it
Readable book but not exactly overwhelming. Some funny stories but some just there to fill space.
Good book on the WWE superstars where you see the real person backstage and they tell stories from the road!
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