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  1. Paul Paul says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFGarfield gets worked by almost everyone.


  2. Colin Colin says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFThe 1970s was the golden age of British wrestling every Saturday afternoon at about 4pm, ITV s World of Sport devoted the best part of an hour to the frankly peculiar, looking back at it now sport of all in wrestling As a young boy, I lapped it up the larger than life characters, the easy to gr


  3. Dancall Dancall says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFSaturday afternoon wrestling was a staple of British weekend TV until amazingly the late 1980s Many of the wrestlers we


  4. Peter Pinkney Peter Pinkney says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFI used to watch the wrestling with my gran, great aunt, and my great uncle who was Japanese in the mid sixties and I loved it I continued to watch it until it was pulled from the telly I even saw some bouts live and a wrestler called The Ghoul terrified me.My favourites were Steve Logan, Les Kellet, Vic Faulkner, Giant Haystacks and the wonderful Kendo Nagasaki I ve never liked the American version though, all razzmatazz and bullshit.This books is an oral history of those great days, and br I used to watch the wrestling with my gran, great aunt, and my great uncle who was Japanese in the mid sixties and I loved it I continued to watch it until it was pulled from the telly I even saw some bouts live and a wrestler called The Ghoul terrified me.My favourites were Steve Logan, Les Kellet, Vic Faulkner, Giant Haystacks and the wonderful Kendo Nagasaki I ve never liked the American version though, all razz


  5. MelG MelG says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFA fascinating look at the history of British pro wrestling told by the wrestlers themselves Garfield is clearly a lover of the game and wanted to know the story behind his childhood watching pro wrestling I had very little knowledge of the Euro side of things and enjoyed this greatly If you re learning about pro wrestling, wrestlers, and why any of it has such a draw for people, this is a good read for it.


  6. Stevyn Colgan Stevyn Colgan says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFFantastic, hilarious, nostalgic If you grew up in the 70s like me, this book will take you straight back to World of Sport and Dickie Davies and those wet weekend afternoons Joyous Although tainted by an historically necessary but stomach churning appearance by one James Savile Read it and smile


  7. Joseph Morris Joseph Morris says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFNot bad.Could ve beenin depth with the latter years, and ITV s decision to pull wrestling A nice read, but the ending seemed rushed.


  8. Jon Bounds Jon Bounds says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFFantastic oral history of mainly British wrestling Grapple fans will love it.


  9. Akhlaq Akhlaq says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFThe book s style is actually conducive to bringing out the personalities of the character of British wrestling makes it easy to read and unedited quotes help brush away any sort of bias from the writer to pick and choose what quotes he feels fits British Wrestling was before my time and my eyes were familiar with the WWE American wrestling but had heard of the characters of wrestlers from here or how the set up worked compared to American wrestling But the larger than life characters were al The book s style is actually conducive to bringing out the personalities of the character of British wrestling makes it easy to read and unedited quotes help brush away any sort of bias from the writer to pick and choose what quotes he feels fits British Wrestling was before my time a


  10. Ryan Ryan says:

    The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFThere is a rare type of writer that can take a subject, even one picked out of a hat, and make it sing John McPhee is one Simon Garfield is another.This is a fascinating oral biography of British wrestling As an 80s kid, I grew up cheering for the WWF wrestlers Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, The Rockers and, naturally, Davey Boy Smith I knew our version of wrestling had been taken off the air when I was six, but I never knew could not have known the sheer wealth of tales behind it Reading thi There is a rare type of writer that can take a subject, even one picked out of a hat, and make it sing John McPhee is one Simon Garfield is another.This is a fascinating oral biography of British wrestling As an 80s kid, I grew up cheering for the WWF wrestlers Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, The Rockers and, naturally, Davey Boy Smith I knew our version of wrestling had been taken off the air when I was six, but I never knew could not have known the sheer wealth of tales behind it Reading this is like taking


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The Wrestling The Wrestling PDF Ð Paperback wrestling download, The WrestlingThe Wrestling PDFThe classic account of the men and women who used to fight each other for pride and money Simon Garfield brings them to life in one last glorious bout of jealousy, myth, revenge, passion and deep devotionWhen British wrestling was dropped from the ITV schedules in the mid s it left the giants of the ring Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks, Kendo Nagasaki bereft This is the true story of the circuit, the big names and their rivalries, told with humour, warmth and affection This edition features a new afterword by the author.