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Scott's Blog of Doom Presents: The Complete Saturday Night's Main Event [Kindle Edition]

Scott Keith
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Book Description

Author and wrestling blogger Scott Keith, of Scott's Blog of Doom at rspwfaq.net, presents his archived reviews of all the Saturday Night's Main Event shows, plus The Main Events. And as a special bonus, the DVD rant of The Best of Saturday Night's Main Event!


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  • File Size: 333 KB
  • Print Length: 153 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008A40HY2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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4.0 out of 5 stars Scott's usual goodness April 15, 2014
By beef820
Format:Kindle Edition
Scott Keith delivers again with rants from all of SNME. he even has two versions of a couple of the shows and it's interesting to see his 2 different perspectives.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Really good September 2, 2014
By easye
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
interesting loved Saturday night main event was a really big show back then and really good detail on every match
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Roger Ebert Of Wrestling Reviews June 10, 2012
By ETS1979
Format:Kindle Edition
Scott Keith is one of the best wrestling writers on the web, and his reviews are always insightful and entertaining. This is a must have for fans of pro wrestling.
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More About the Author

Scott Keith is a wrestling blogger and general smart-ass, residing at rspwfaq.net, aka Scott's Blog of Doom! Scott began slacking off in Computing Science classes in university, and discovered the wonderful world of writing online in 1993, and has never looked back since then.

Scott was best known for being a part of CBS's short-lived Wrestleline.com project in 1999, where he reviewed WCW's Thunder TV show, and eventually Monday Night RAW. After the closure of that site, he moved to 411wrestling.com (later 411mania) and did RAW and Smackdown rants there until moving to Insidepulse.com. Meanwhile, Scott launched his own semi-famous sites, Rantsylvania.com and TheSmarks.com (featured in Entertainment Weekly...once.) before deciding on the lower-drama world of blogging instead in 2006. Since then, Scott has resided at rspwfaq.com (and later rspwfaq.net when traffic threatened to bring down the previous server!), covering WWE RAW and trying to stay awake through it.

Oh, did I mention that he also published five books? Starting in 2001 with The Buzz on Pro Wrestling, followed by four books for Kensington Publishing, including Tonight...In This Very Ring, Wrestling's One Ring Circus, Wrestling's Made Men, and finally Dungeon of Death.

Scott lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, with his wife and ridiculously cute daughter.

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