Booker TBooker T Huffman WWE Hall of Famer and winner of thirty five championship titles within WWE WCW and TNA has once again paired up with best selling coauthor Andrew William Wright to uncover Booker T’s story from his humble pro wrestling beginnings to becoming a global superstar and icon Booker T My Rise To Wrestling Royalty is Huffman’s highly anticipated follow. In his own autobiography comedian and TV presenter Frank Skinner said his problem when reading autobiographies is that in the back of his mind he's wishing they'd hurry up and become famous That isn't always the case for me but it is good when the author gets to the point where they're doing the thing you know them best for In this Booker T's second book he tells of his time as a professional wrestler having already told of his life before WCW and the WWE in his previous offering The book tells Booker's time breaking into the business starting out as a tag team with his older brother and eventually entering the Hall of Fame Along the way Booker tells of different highs and lows of his career Overcoming the atrocious racist angle WCW'S creative team wanted to start him out with winning countless titles on that in a moment and backstage politicsThe tales told of events that happened outside the ring either between the wrestlers or management were good to read I'm always interested in wrestler's opinions of have events that ended shaping the business and Booker didn't disappoint Learning of his struggles away from the ring such his strained relationship with his son who followed in his father's criminal past was fascinating to read What let this book down was the play by play of matches and angles being told as if they were real Anybody who buys the book will know wrestling is scripted and will want Booker's opinion of how feuds were set up etc Yes mention big matches and that you had to use a specific big move but to say you were stood in the ring getting angry at someone for something they'd said is dumb because we all know you're playing a part Athletes can be pretty superstitious at times and have their own routines to get them prepared But I didn't need to be told over and over how he did some jump ropes and drank two Red Bulls And the ways he got pissy because someone took said Red Bulls was childish and pathetic Surely a guy earning as much as he was could afford to replace them easily enough from a concession stand Strangely for an autobiography it doesn't include pictures The only thing it has is a total of titles Booker won which updates as his career progresses I'd sooner have seen some photos of in ring action as well personal ones from his life outside the ring Overall this was a somewhat enjoyable book let down by an author who isn't sure if he wants to write kayfabe or not Getting his side on the Batista incident was interesting and it made for genuinely sad reading as wrestlers died well before their time Oh and one last thing his time in TNA is summed up in 4 pages Whether he genuinely had nothing much to say about it I don't know but it gave the impression of a rushed ending and the need to use as few pages as possible at the end


DOWNLOAD ´ Booker T » [EPUB] ✼ Booker T Author Booker T. Huffman – Booker T Huffman 2013 WWE Hall of Famer and winner of thirty five championship titles within WWE WCW and TNA has once again paired up with best selling coauthor Andrew William Wright to uncover Booker Booker T Huffman WWE Hall of Famer and winner of thirty five Up to the award winning Booker T From Prison To Promise in which Booker detailed his turbulent coming of age on the streets of Houston TexasRevisit two hard hitting decades with Booker T as he journeys through World Championship Wrestling WCW and World Wrestling Entertainment WWE During this time he blazed a trail of pro wrestling success on a road that took him fro. Loved Bookers first book but found this one to be pretty sub standard to be honestThere are too many match descriptions where he is talking in character giving the book a sense of too much kayfabe uite comically he gives only a couple of pages to his run in TNA even though this wasn't a wwe book I also didn't think he spent enough time talking about his excellent King Booker runSome of Bookers antics make him come across like a very unlikeable man The way he disowned his son and thought nothing of it left me gobsmackedBooker comes across like a real locker room bully The way he kicked off over his stupid cans of red bull actually made me dislike the man even Booker T ranks as my fourth favourite WWEWCW wrestler of all time and this book didn't change that It just made me like the man a little bit less

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M his tag team days in Harlem Heat with brother Stevie Ray Lash to his unparalleled singles career that drew millions around the world to WCW’s Monday Nitro and onward through his unforgettable matches that led to his taking the throne as King Booker and becoming the FIVE TIME FIVE TIME FIVE TIME FIVE TIME FIVE TIME and eventually six time world heavyweight champi. This was such a great book I read Booker T's first book and loved it but this one was even better I would definitely read any books that Booker T is part of It's always great to hear the point of views of working for these wrestling organizations but to have someone like Booker T who has been in so many companies and been there for so many major moments in the sport is even better I hope that legends pen their own autobiographies