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"One of the best wrestling biographies ever. . . . A direct and honest account of Brody's career." —Miami Herald
"For a book of essays rushed to print, it's remarkably cohesive...reads as though it were penned by one hand. Good chunks of the book grapple with a subject that wrestling fans are still debating today." —SLAM! Sports
"Highest recommendation." —Georgia Wrestling History
"This book contains a series of essays written by four of the best wrestling journalists in the world, presenting a very informative version of the life and death of Chris Benoit and his family." —Wrestling Observer
"Benoit looks at this terrible event in its greater cultural context, and it does so with the integrity and passion that each of its contributors has shown in years of experience in the world of pro wrestling." —PWInsider
"Benoit is from a team of experts who get it right. . . . It's a quick, intense read— but well worth it. The bonus for me was that I trust the work of these writers. They know what they're talking about." —Professor Wrestling
"Four wrestling journalists pen essays about . . . Chris Benoit. Irvin Muchnick closes the book with a gem." —Quill & Quire
"Will give the average person . . . some insight into the world of a professional wrestler." —Online World of Wrestling
Posted November 3, 2012
A decent read but not what you might expect. Instead of one book, you will get essays that overlap as if the writers just clumped them together. I was looking for a deeper look, but was honestly let down in that respect. For what it is, a compilation of essays, it is worth a read.
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Posted June 4, 2011
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