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The WWE Championship: A Look Back at the Rich History of the WWE Championship

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

The WWE Championship - A good read

The WWE Championship
By Kevin Sullivan

The WWE Championship book is about a 300 page book, detailing the history and some of the greatest wrestling matches ever in WWE. This book takes you back to the 1950s and takes you all the way through the early 2000s. Some of ...
The WWE Championship
By Kevin Sullivan

The WWE Championship book is about a 300 page book, detailing the history and some of the greatest wrestling matches ever in WWE. This book takes you back to the 1950s and takes you all the way through the early 2000s. Some of the greatest wrestlers ever, like Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage are covered in the book, with detailed play by plays of some of their greatest matches.

I personally enjoyed the book a lot. I started reading this with little to no WWE knowledge, and honestly I had always thought WWE was a joke. But after reading through this book, I have more respect for WWE, and almost like it. It was really neat reading about how the sport changed throughout history, where it started off like more traditional wrestling, but has progressed to be more and more entertainment and more violent. One major theme in the book was underdog stories. Either a story was told about the inspirational story of how an average Joe became an international wrestling superstar, or somebody who was not expected to win did win, and became a champion. The book is inspiring in that sense, that anybody can do it if they have the heart and dedication, like a lot of these wrestlers had.

I think that for anybody that has ever taken interest in WWE should pick up this book for sure. If you are not a WWE fan, I still recommend the book. There are a lot of good stories and some of the play by plays are fun to read. Overall I give the book 5 stars.

posted by Jordan_K on March 8, 2012

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Super fan

It rocks

posted by Anonymous on March 17, 2012

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