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The Wrestlecrap Book of Lists! Paperback – December 1, 2007
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"With laugh-out-loud spots on every page, it's definitely a worthwhile purchase. In other words: it's not crap." SLAM! Sports
"Quite entertaining and at times laugh out loud funny." 411mania.com
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My only beef with the book is that the lists are really pretty oddly numbered. It's not standard Top 10 style but anywhere from a List of 25 to 1. Really guys, 1 entry is not a List. Many stayed in that 7 items range and I would have liked to have had a consistent Top 10 or 15 items per list. Minimum of 5 items in a short list.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll say "WTF were they thinking?". Read it, enjoy it, and laugh at how stupid wrestling can be. Great job guys.
This book, however, is quite the opposite. Of course it is not meant to be a serious book, it is meant to be humorous, but even the humor is rare.
What particularly struck me was the vulgarity (particularly references to female body parts), which seemed completely unnecessary. Though some of the lists were funny (the best mullets list in particular) many of them seemed like filler, others were just infantile and disturbing (though wrestling is often infantile - not to mention disturbing - so maybe I shouldn't be surprised)
Also many things in the book, though likely meant to be humorous, come off as being harsh and mean-spirited.
Probably best to avoid this book.
It made me remember gimmicks I chose to forget a long time ago.
they did thier research and it showed!
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This book is a good look into the absurdity that is pro wrestling. It's a great read for fans that want to relive the "crap" that we've watched.Published 16 months ago by Sewerurchin
Having enjoyed the other two Wrestlecrap books to some degree, I thought I would check out this book when I got my kindle. Read morePublished on November 27, 2011 by Kindle Customer
Very funny insight into the world of pro-wrestling, and as advised don't read it through - try to read it a step by step as to really enjoy the fun. Read morePublished on April 11, 2011 by Amazon Customer
This book was fun and humerous look inside the world of pro wrestling. Laid out in a list type format. I would reccomend it to any fan of professional wrestling. Read morePublished on February 16, 2009 by D. Williams
So I'm not much of a fan of the WrestleCrap website. I find it hard to navigate through, and only really enjoy the "Someone Bought THIS!" section. Read morePublished on September 3, 2008 by Aiex Halo