(Editor's Note: This review is being done from memory. It is just a quick "How did I like it?" review without a lot of detail.)
After reading this book, I came to a strong conclusion. If there was ever a wrestler whose gimmick in the ring was exactly like the wrestler is in real-life, it has to be Ole Anderson. He truly is a grumpy old man that likes to beat people up.
If you are interested in the business of professional wrestling territories and their demise in the 1970s and 1980s, or you are interested in Ole Anderson in particular, this is a fantastic book. However, if you are not interested in either of those topics, this book probably isn't for you. It's as simple as that.
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As of November 2006, this softcover book can be purchased new for $19.95 on Amazon.