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Adam Copeland on Edge

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Absolutely Fantastic.

Over the last year I have read nearly a dozen wrestling books. A friend and co-worker had suggested Hitman by Bret Hart. Starting without I became facinated with the incite he was able to provide into the wrestling industry. Since then I have also read HBK's, Hogans, Fo...
Over the last year I have read nearly a dozen wrestling books. A friend and co-worker had suggested Hitman by Bret Hart. Starting without I became facinated with the incite he was able to provide into the wrestling industry. Since then I have also read HBK's, Hogans, Foleys, both of Jericho's, and other miscellaneous books seeking more views on the industry.

Without question, I can say this is near the top of the list. Adam Copeland, not Edge, scribes one of the most genuine and entertaining autobiographies I have ever read. The book and story are both very real and Copeland describes these tails as himself, and not the character he plays on TV.

This makes for a very easy read. The only complaint I can provide on this book is that it is fairly short. At then end I definitely wanted to keep reading.

This book focuses on his career up until 2003. He breifly discusses his return in 2004, but now that he is retired I truly hope he finds the time for a follow up. I'd recommend this book to any wrestling fan regardless of how you feel about his character. Thank you Adam.

posted by Batman1245 on November 17, 2011

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

good but....

Good book i enjoyed it but i think this was written too soon. I think adam copeland should have waited to later in his career to write a book. That is what separates this book from the books by ric flair and harley race. Experience.

posted by Anonymous on January 9, 2005

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2013

    EDGE SUX

    AND IF YOUR NOT DOWN WITH THAT I GOT TWO WORDS FOR YA SUCK IT

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted May 20, 2011

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