My rating: 3 of 5 stars
If you are a Pro wrestling fan, you may enjoy this book about the WWE in the late 90s. This was the start of the "Attitude Era." During this period, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and other wrestlers began to make their mark. This was also the period where the WWE began to pull away from its WCW competitor. The most interesting part of the book has to do with the "Montréal Screw job." This was the wrestling bout where Shawn Michaels won the WWE Championship from Bret Hart. The result came from a "shoot" where the action and the chosen winner were off script. The book contained a lot of interesting stories and insights into the very characters, people and personalities in the wrestling business.
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