The Resource Is wrestling fixed? I didn't know it was broken! : from photo shoots and sensational stories to the WWE Network - my incredible pro wrestling journey! and beyond.., (electronic resource)

Is wrestling fixed? I didn't know it was broken! : from photo shoots and sensational stories to the WWE Network - my incredible pro wrestling journey! and beyond.., (electronic resource)

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Is wrestling fixed? I didn't know it was broken! : from photo shoots and sensational stories to the WWE Network - my incredible pro wrestling journey! and beyond..
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Is wrestling fixed? I didn't know it was broken!
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from photo shoots and sensational stories to the WWE Network - my incredible pro wrestling journey! and beyond..
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Complete with exclusive photographs and sensational backstage stories, Is Wrestling Fixed? is the much anticipated memoir from the biggest legend in wrestling fandom himself, Bill Apter As a kid growing up in New York in the late '50s, Bill Apter fell in love with professional wrestling, and it wasn't long before he was rubbing shoulders with the greats as a young reporter and photographer. Since then, he's become the world's best-known wrestling magazine personality, and he's had professional and personal relationships with a who's-who of the business, like Triple H, Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Sting, and Ric Flair. In his fun-loving memoir, Bill Apter takes us from the dressing rooms of the Bruno Sammartino era and the last days of the territories, to the birth of Wrestle Mania, the emergence of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and the "Attitude Era," to today's WWE and superstars like John Cena, Daniel Bryan, and Roman Reigns. He also shares stories of his days photographing boxing and his interactions with stars like Muhammad Ali and other champions, and documents his appearances on the WWE Network and his work as editor of 1wrestling.com. Find out which wrestler threatened him, learn about the dead wrestler who was really alive, and discover how hanging out with Andy Kaufman led to the comic's notorious feud with Jerry "The King" Lawler. Still intimately involved in the wrestling business, the award-winning Apter has a story on everybody
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070.4/49796812092
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non fiction
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Is wrestling fixed? I didn't know it was broken! : from photo shoots and sensational stories to the WWE Network - my incredible pro wrestling journey! and beyond.., (electronic resource)
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Is wrestling fixed? I didn't know it was broken! : from photo shoots and sensational stories to the WWE Network - my incredible pro wrestling journey! and beyond.., (electronic resource)
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