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Posted February 27, 2003
After all the hype that had gone into this book (mostly from Scott Keith himself), I have to say that this book was somewhat of a letdown. Although it is light years superior to his first book on wrestling, "The Buzz on Professional Wrestling", this book just seems lacking depth just as "The Buzz" did. It seems to breeze through 1993-current with some match reviews thrown in for the fans of Keith's rants. Hyped as a very Keith-opinionated book on the WWE's troubles I was looking foward to this book, but it falls flat and seems to simply be a retelling of what most intellectual (and online) wrestling fans already know. Essentially, this is just a run-of-the-mill history lesson of the WWE from the early-90's to current, not a 200-page Scott Keith Rant which would have made for a far more enjoyable read. Oh well, maybe next time. Even so, this book is enjoyable once you accept it for what it is and is also a quick read, so you can't argue with that. Recommended. Pick up a copy once you see it in the discount shelf.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 3, 2002