Wrestling's Greatest Moments

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ECW Press, Dec 15, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 222 pages
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A combination of the most memorable and controversial moments in wrestling's history, this guidebook is an insightful and essential compendium of groundbreaking matches, angles, and interviews. Tackling such events as Hulkamania and the Montreal screwjob, the NWA and the nWo, this reference highlights the moments that thrilled. Whether it is Ric Flair regaining the NWA Championship from Harley Race at Starcade, the Freebirds turning heel on Kerry Von Erich, Mick Foley flying off of the cage at King of the Ring, Jake Roberts DDT-ing Ricky Steamboat on the concrete, Samoa Joes epic trilogy with CM Punk in Ring of Honor, or the premiere of Nitro, the events captured as these greatest hits will delight fans. Enthralling insider informationincluding comments from the wrestlers involved in these momentsand different historical perspectives create an authoritative look at the extravagance, exploits, tragedies, and triumphs of this sport of kings.
 

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Mike Rickard is a wrestling historian who has contributed to many wrestling websites, including those for Pro Wrestling Illustrated and World Wrestling Insanity. He lives in Williamsville, New York.

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