The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pro Wrestling

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Alpha Books, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 402 pages
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Written by Captain Lou Albano, the "godfather of wrestling," this book tells you the history of the stars, leagues, and moves of pro-wrestling. It includes updated coverage of WCW and WWF, of wrestling as a business, and of today's hottest stars and biggest promoters. If you want to be a wrestler, this book tells you how to get started in the business.

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Albano has managed 17 tag team pro wrestling champions, including two intercontinental and two world heavyweight champions.

Bert Randolph Sugar has established himself as one of the world 's foremost sports historians. The former editor-in-chief of The Ring and Fight Game magazines and the author of more than eighty books (including over a dozen books on baseball), Sugar lives with his wife in Chappaqua, New York.

Benson is a writer and editor-in-chief of several top pro-wrestling magazines. Michael is a graduate of Hofstra University.

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