Book Review: The Best in The World…At What I Have No Idea by Chris Jericho

This is the third memoir of wrestler and rock singer Chris Jericho. I'm a big fan of Jericho and he'd definitely make my top 10 favourite wrestlers list (which I might post soon), and enjoyed his first two books which detailed his early years and time at WWE, where he became the first Undisputed champ. … Continue reading Book Review: The Best in The World…At What I Have No Idea by Chris Jericho

Book Review: I’m Sorry, I Love You: A History of Professional Wrestling by Jim Smallman

Jim Smallman explains his choice of title near the start of this book, explaining that he chose the words delivered by Shawn Michaels to Ric Flair at WrestleMania XXIV, not only for their importance in the world of wrestling, but because they serve as his own words for a passion which for years he kept … Continue reading Book Review: I’m Sorry, I Love You: A History of Professional Wrestling by Jim Smallman

Book Review: The Death of WCW by R. D. Reynolds and Bryan Alvarez

The Monday Night Wars took place during my break from wrestling, but it was a historic and important time for professional wrestling. The two major companies WCW and WWF (now the WWE) went head to head. For a while WCW was in front, thanks in part to the fact it was bankrolled by Ted Turner … Continue reading Book Review: The Death of WCW by R. D. Reynolds and Bryan Alvarez