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How can a coffee table book that can keep up with the most electrifying man in sports entertainment?
Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2018
This book suffers from the Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's own career diversity. Since it is published through WWF(never WWE for me!), it has very little on all the other projects that The Rock has done. What's here is good, with a nice overview of The Rock's early career and wrestling trajectory. Probably due to rights issues, but it feels like it is missing huge chunks of his career, especially since he took multiple breaks from wrestling while his movie career was taking off. The fact that a last-minute change had to be made to accommodate the Rock's new tattoo speaks to a challenging timeline - how do you publish a coffee table book that can keep up with the most electrifying man in sports entertainment?