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Lex Luger always made headlines. He made sports front pages winning three world heavyweight championships, demolishing high-profile rivals, and changing sponsors. Then, after his semi-retirement, he galvanized media attention with arrests for domestic abuse, drug possession, and other felony accounts. And then things got even worse. His life hit a new low in late 2007 when he suffered a spinal stroke that reduced this once consummate athlete into an insecure quadriplegic. Only a religious conversion and a continuing recovery reversed his decline and transformed him into a man who finally knew what he had been doing. A memoir with crossover appeal for religion readers.