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After reading about 1/2 paragraph I could tell this book was self-published. The author is not a professional writer and it shows. The book reads like an average internet blog. The author simply talks about being a professional wrestling fan from the time he was a kid and watched on Saturday morning until today as a husband and father. He admits in the introduction that his wife or someone would have to spend hours proofing the book although he wasn't worried about spelling because he used spellchecker. And the spelling is not bad so his spellchecker worked. The problem is he doesn't always have the right word. For example, in one sentence it reads "loosing" when he meant "losing". There are other examples. Another thing to note about the book is that he is Australian and uses Australian terms. In the first chapter he talks about "hiring" a video. Americans would say "renting". All that said, the book is OK--nothing spectacular but not drivel, either. It is fun to hear again about some of the wrestling superstars from the 70s and 80s even if his main interest has always been the WWE. And it is nice to hear about another fan's fascination with professional wrestling.