Wrestling books top 10 by Morecambe Library

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This week’s Morecambe Library top 10 looks at top wrestling books.

1 Have A Nice Day: A Tale Of Blood And Sweatsocks – Mick Foley

The first volume of the autobiography covers the early years of this wrestling superstar up to the night he won the WWE championship from The Rock.

2 The Hardcore Truth: The Bob Holly Story – Bob Holly with Ross Williams

Robert Howard was a fighter long before he joined the WWE. This is the story of his journey.

3 Who’s The Daddy? The Life And Times of Shirley Crabtree – Ryan Danes

Saturday afternoon used to mean one thing – World of Sport and this biography covers the life of one of its biggest stars, Big Daddy.

4 50 Greatest Professional Wrestlers Of All Time: The Definitive shoot – Larry Matysik

Fifty of the greatest wrestlers of all time (according to the author) are gathered together. All the usual suspects feature including Hulk Hogan, Shaun Michaels and The Undertaker.

5 Terry Funk: More Than Just Hardcore – Terry Funk with Scott Williams

The story of the hardcore legend Terry Funk.

6 Holy Grail: The True Story Of British Wrestling’s Revival – Greg Lambert

This is the personal story of Visitor chief reporter Greg Lambert’s adventures in the world of British wrestling. With encounters with stars like Mick Foley, Daniel Bryan and CM Punk, the book is a rollercoaster of a ride that includes a stop-off in Morecambe!

7 Hitman – Bret Hart

Bret Hart tells his story as only he can, the highs and lows are all here.

8 Mad Dogs, Midgets and Screwjobs – Pat Laprade and Bertrand Hebert

The story of Montreal’s contribution to the world of wrestling including the famous feud between Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels and Vince McMahon.

9 The Three Count: My Life In Stripes As A WWE Referee – Jimmy Korderas

With more than 20 years of experience in the ring, Jimmy Korderas tells about his life in the squared circle.

10 Cheating Death, Stealing Life – Eddie Guerrero with Michael Krugman

The life of the late Eddie Guerrero makes gripping reading.