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Posted January 26, 2006
Thank goodness he had a co-writer!
There are two stories in this book. The inside anecdotes of the wrestling industry are plentiful and well-told. On the other hand, Superstar lived a completely self-destructive life - with or without the drug abuse. He lays on the holy roller beliefs interspersed with decadence and failed relationships. Nothing gets too salacious in this book - no gradiose steroid rages or orgies (though the line about an acquaintance giving steroids to his doberman is 'different'). Graham shows a repectful tone towards the people in his life and readily admits his own failures. He just never learned... couldn't pull off the hustles. A good read, although less humor than in other WWE books.
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Posted October 20, 2010
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