(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.)
I only knew J.J. Dillon as the original leader of the Four Horsemen, and later as a road agent in WCW. This book really helped me understand who J.J. Dillon really is.
For me, it was a pretty good book. Even if you are a Horseman fan, you have to be interested in the wrestling "business" and/or be a fan of J.J. Dillon to enjoy this book. I did, but it's not for everyone. Most notably, it is not a kiss-and-tell book. Really, Mr. Dillon is pretty positive about everyone and the wrestling business, and you're not going to find much "dirt". The closest thing to dirt is the description of what a driven man that Vince McMahon is, and how hard he drives the people in his inner circle. (And none of that is a surprise.)
As I said, if you are interested in a decent wrestling biography from the 1960s to 1980s, with some about the 1990s, the book is recommended. However, if you are a recent wrestling fan not interested in the history of wrestling before it went Hollywood, you may want to give it a pass.
As of November 2006, this hardcover book can be purchased new for $24.95 on Amazon. That price is a bit steep for what you get. You may want to look for a cheap used one.