Stu Hart: lord of the ring, an inside look at wrestling's first family

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ECW Press, Apr 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 266 pages
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Celebrated weekly on WWF by such superstars and commentators as Y2J, Chris Benoit and Lance Storm, Stu Hart is the father of modern day wrestling. First a pro wrestler himself, and later the living legend who trained some of the most formidable athletes in the sport in his own basement, Hart and his family's story reveals the true triumphs and tragedies of professional wrestling. In this insider's account, readers will learn about the horrific death of Stu's son Owen, the rise and fall of his son Bret, and all of the colourful characters and moments in between.

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Poorly written, poorly researched. Failure as a book, sold very few copies. Erb is not a writer - it is just a vanity project.


Sunday May 231999 Another warm spring day in Kansas
Stu Hart was sitting quietly in an oversized worn leather
At the Edmonton YMCA in the fall of 1929 a

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