- Publisher: GEAN Publishing (2009)
- ISBN-10: 0692000461
- ISBN-13: 978-0692000465
- Package Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.6 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 19 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #713,192 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Playboy Gary Hart: My Life in Wrestling Hardcover – 2009
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Hardback: 472-pages includes an indepth wrestler reference index The long-awaited autobiography of Gary Hart is more than just another wrestling memoir. Its the book that everyone who loves old-school wrestling has waited years to read. From his unique and privileged vantage point, Gary Hart shares, among other things, a behind-the-scenes history of World Class and Texas wrestling, the compelling story of the plane crash that took the life of Bobby Shane, and detailed insight into some of the biggest wrestling angles of all time, such as "the Dusty turn" in 1974 and Christmas night 1982 in Dallas. My Life in WrestlingWith a Little Help From My Friends is a ruthlessly honest look at one of the greatest wrestling minds of all time, written with humor, intelligence, and a deep affection that only Playboy Gary Hart himself could provide.
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FEW books are of this class. Ole Anderson's "Inside Out",
that I consider about the best TRUE book written about
wrestling, & "Assassin, the man behind the mask", by Joe
Hamilton is another REAL TRUE historic read. JJ Dillon's
"Wrestlers are like seagulls" is of that vein too.
And Mr. Hart's book joins the list. Forget that I met
him a few times in person, his writing skills and memory
of wrestling history is awesome. And, if you read the above
books, they all mesh together, and explain what REALLY happened.
Buy this book. Like the others above, it's no holds barred,
truth without grudges, what really happened before what the WWE
made of 'wrestling' and above any WWE book (Save for Blassie's,
the best WWE book ever). Now, I await Abbey da Butcher's book.
THAT would be a great read.