Everybody Down Here Hates Me: The Traumas and Dramas Inside the Incredible World of Professional Wrestling

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Fleur Press, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 265 pages
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"Pat Barrett, professional wrestler, reveals the real world of pro wrestling both in & out of the ring...a gem of a book--involving, insightful & altogether fun to read." Pat Rose, supervisor, Gulf Breeze Library. "...an extremely independent, opinionated, colorful individual & he captures the genre, the very essence of professional wrestling in his book..." Cowboy Bill Watts, Pres & CEO, MID-SOUTH SPORTS, Inc. The traumas & dramas inside the incredible world of professional wrestling! This is a behind-the-scenes, autobiographical look at the pro wrestling business, & the characters which make it up. But it's much more than just about life on the mats. It's a roller coaster ride of human emotions. There's humor. There's pathos. Through the pages catch the magic of the matches, as well as life backstage with the groupies, fans, promoters, families & life on the road from the unbelievable world of pro wrestling. To order this captivating hardcover 266 page edition: send $16.95 plus $2 postage/handling (Visa, MC & AmEx accepted) payments to FLEUR PRESS, P.O. Box 6073, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 or call toll free (800) 733-0478. *Each edition personally inscribed by author! Not recommended for children. Contains adult subject matter.

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