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Mysteries of Wrestling: Solved

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This hysterical and informative look at the sports entertainment industry, written by the hosts of the longest-running professional wrestling radio show in history, reveals the answers to wrestling's deepest, darkest mysteries.
Paperback, 260 pages
Published June 6th 2005 by ECW Press
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Artiom Karsiuk
Nov 19, 2011 Artiom Karsiuk rated it it was ok
To be honest, the book was not impressive. But I have to put it in context, because I read this about 5 years ago in one of the most hardcore stages of my wrestling fandome. That means that these pages had nothing groundbreaking - not to sound like a arrogant prick, but I already knew 80% of what it had to offer in terms of gossip. Hovewer, if you are a mark, (or a fresh smark) you should be drooling over these pages.
Gossip is basically what this book is: quotes from prominent wrestling figures
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Kara
Dec 19, 2014 Kara rated it did not like it
This book has a great premise it does nothing with. It is written by 2 guys that host a radio show and the book is written like a script for their show. There is stupid banter between them through out the book and what might be funny in conversation, is not fun to read. They skip around in the timeline and don't always answer the questions posed at the title of each chapter. There are much better books on this topic and I suggest you read any of them. Trust me you will enjoy them a whole lot mor ...more
Rob
Jan 02, 2015 Rob rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Pro Wrestling fans
Engaging if not particularly enlightening, but the style makes it a fast read and the quotes and stories from current and former wrestlers make it worthwhile. Not much new here, but even dedicated fans might pick up a tidbit or two of locker room gossip they'd never encountered before.
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Topics are quite random and not so mysterious after all (Austin hate on Jarrett for example), and sometimes i find Adams' interventions to be not completely necessary or fun, but it has some fair points, really interesting point of views and interventions completely different from the usual schools of thinking.
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