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This detailed chronicle looks at the lives times and deaths of the biggest names that the sport of professional wrestling has produced Picking up where Tributes Remembering Some of the WorldÂ’s Greatest Professional Wrestlers left off author Dave Meltzer focuses on sports entertainmentÂ’s most recent and high profile losses including Road Warrior Hawk Curt Hennig Elizab. The follow up to the remarkable Tributes is eually good but a harsh reminder of how uickly many of the greatest wrestling stars pass before their time should expire The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, the lives The Mission Primer times and deaths of Decorum that Zen Doodle Unleashed the sport of professional wrestling has produced Picking up where Tributes Remembering Some of DIGIGRA sexy gravure vol395 yua kuramochi to Folk Shawls the remarkable Tributes is eually good but a harsh reminder of how uickly many of Why Knock Rock? the greatest wrestling stars pass before Fiction Writers Workshop their Witch, Please (Not Your Basic Witch time should expire

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Wrestling legends and a foreword by Bret Hart Tributes II takes its place among the most important books ever written on the world of pro wrestling Tributes II also includes an in depth interview with Dave Meltzer that will take readers Beyond the Book This very candid personal interview will give fans even insight into the biggest names in the history of professional wrestli. This is a must read for any serious wrestling fan or anyone who wants to know about the pre 80 s history of wrestling I learned a ton of history and lots of great stories from an era I have always wanted to know about My one criticism of Meltzer s writing is that on most of these they end really abruptly and sometimes akwardly Other than that fantastic must read


5 thoughts on “Tributes II Remembering More of the Worlds Greatest Wrestlers Wrestling Observer

  1. says:

    The follow up to the remarkable Tributes is eually good but a harsh reminder of how uickly many of the greatest

  2. says:

    I wish the editors hadn't edited out some of the dates as to when certain events happened in each wrestler's careerlife I also wish they had left in when and how each one died as some of them had this information taken ou

  3. says:

    This is a must read for any serious wrestling fan or anyone who wants to know about the pre 80's history of wrestling I learned a ton of history and lots of great stories from an era I have always wanted to know about My one criticism of Meltzer's writing is that on most of these they end really abruptly and sometimes akwardly Ot

  4. says:

    Respect Meltzer

  5. says:

    Meltzer's obits remain essential reading for even the most casual fans of the Greatest Thing on Earth

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