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First came Missy. Then came Sable, Sunny, Chyna. Missy Hyatt was professional wrestling's first character--the original sexy "socialite" sidekick whose trademark Gucci purse and tough-girl attitude made her the most loved--and the most hated--woman in wrestling. Now, fifteen years after she first shimmied up to the ring, Missy Hyatt takes fans inside the world of wrestling. In this tell-all memoir, Missy discloses the behind-the-scenes secrets of table-throwing, chair-smashing, hair-pulling, and the technique of "juicing"--how wrestlers make themselves bleed on cue. Find out about her relationships with Jake the Snake, Wonder Years' Jason Hervey, Hot Stuff Eddie, and many many more.
"Missy Hyatt is going to burn in hell--and rightfully so!"
--Paul E. Dangerously (ECW owner, WWF announcer)
"Missy Hyatt is the first lady of wrestling. She knows the business inside out--literally. Now she's telling all. Forget you know me, Missy . . . and enjoy the Witness Protection Program!"
--Electra (ECW, HBO's The Sopranos)
"Missy and I and Brian Pillman were the best tag team ever . . . under a blanket!"
--Tom Z-Man (WCW)
"Missy always had more bullshit in her than a Christmas turkey. But come Christmas, I'd still rather have her on the table than the turkey."
--Terry Funk (WCW)
"Missy was a real bitch to me for the longest time! I think it may have been because she wanted me so bad and knew I was way out of her league. Anyway, as Big Stevie Cool would say, READ THE BOOK! READ THE BOOK!"
--Stevie Richards (ECW, WWF)
"Missy Hyatt is every school boy's dream, and pro wrestling's Jane Mansfield."
"People credit 'Sunny' for revolutionizing the wrestling business for females. But before Sunny, Missy ruled the wrestling world. When I met my husband, Chris Candido, I tore her poster off his bedroom wall! Years later, after I met her, I realized what a wonderful person she was . . . which made it really hard to hate her. She's an inspiration to me and a role model for all of the hundreds of girls who have tried to follow in her footsteps. To tell the truth, her poster should be hanging on their walls!"
--Tammy Sytch (aka Sunny--WWF, ECW)
"I've got one word for Missy Hyatt . . . Diva!"
--Kimona Wanalaya (aka Leia Meow--ECW, WCW)
"I think I'm the only guy in wrestling who didn't sleep with Missy Hyatt."
--Kevin Nash (WWF, WCW)
I always thought Missy Hyatt was sexy. I like reading and hearing about those behind the scene stories in the world of pro wrestling.Published 1 month ago by Garland Mack
I'm reading Missy Hyatt's book for the third time. Before I read it, I assumed she was the stereotype "Dumb Blonde" you know "Why do blondes pop their gum? Read morePublished 15 months ago by jmworacle
Gave a lot of information on backstage stories and information about the stars of wrestling not the best written book because had a lot of typos in it.Published 19 months ago by John P Wilkerson
The cover picture tells it all. There are few things men like better than to watch women fighting each other, especially if they are half naked or entirely so. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Swordsman
Missy doesnt hold back. This book has a lot of little scoops about some of the other wrestlers.Published on May 20, 2010 by B. Neely
This is one of the best reads ever from a pro wrestling star. She tells all and shares a lot of stories from outside of the ring!Published on April 24, 2010 by Goldenoak
Reading this book was what I imagine sitting down to talk to Missy Hyatt over coffee about her career in wrestling would be like. Read morePublished on January 30, 2008 by R. G. Somebody
What I thought would be a tawdry tell-all, turned out to actually be a sweet look back at the career of probably the greatest valet/female manager in the history of professional... Read morePublished on July 22, 2007 by Tony Lewis