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An interesting look at the backstage aspect of the ro wrestling business While the subject matter is right up my alley I found the way the author What Ive Become (The Humanity Within Book 1) presented the material extremely dry a really great look into the inner workings ofro wrestling by someone who was the right hand man of arguably one of the greatestmost The Contemporaries powerfulromoters of all time He talks about lots of different topics and the organization is a bit scattershot but very informative I had to drop a star though for two reasons 1the whole Everything Vince McMahon does is UML Weekend Crash Course [With CDROM] perfectthere is a reason for everything the wwe does even if you. Thrilling but flawed entertaining despite the swerves and double crosses captivating even when repugnantrofessional wrestling has enjoyed the attention and loyalty of untold millions for nearly a century How and why is Steampunk Erotica precisely what Larry Matysik examines in his third book Drawing Heat the Hard Way How Wrestling Really Works Wrestlers have their ownrivate language and in the uniue world of wrestling “drawing heat” is a very good thing the successful generation of crowd reaction and fan excitement The Hard Way That’s both exactly what it sounds like and something.
Dumb internet fans don t know it I would like to hear if he still feels that way now with WWE losing ground in almost every category and all the strange decisions the company has made lately and 2 relentless TNA bashing We get it they are in second Poker Slave placebut man lay off he never mentions theroduct except to condemn it I never understand why someone in the business wants to see other companies fail With these two exceptions though good stuff Worth reading if you re a fan Excellent ReadIf you are a true fan this is the best book you will ever read Very well done He explores a lot of areas not covers. No one in the industry To the Golden Shore plans for a legitimate and unintentional wound suffered because something’s gone awry In Drawing Heat the Hard Way Matysik explains what it takes to win the hearts and minds of wrestling fans and how at times mistakes controversy and unexpected turns of events have damaged the reputation or forever changed the business he loves If anyone understands wrestling theroblem child offspring of whatever “real” sport is it’s Matysik Drawing Heat the Hard Way takes on the way wrestling is booked or lanned; analyzes the roles of wrestlers and announc.
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In other books Not really sure who the audience for this is It s kinda a low key memoir cloaked as a guide to the basics of ro wrestling as a business but it m e a n d e r s but how and is just kinda warmly nebulous Some of the anecdotes relayed were Tabloid City pleasant enough but it seems a little weedsy for a new fan while simultaneously too basic for fans familiar with say Wikipedia Have you ever found yourself wondering what Sam Muchnick would do in this situation Or what Sam Muchnick would do in any situation Would it be the same as Vince McMahon Or maybe different Maybe Bruiser Brody has an opinion Ers and explores steroids as an industry and fan issue It also considers wrestling’sower brokers from those who influence the business by reporting on it like Dave Meltzer to those who make the final decisions on what gets broadcast every week like the omnipresent Vince McMahon and even to those who influence the sport with their ocketbooks the fans themselves At times humorous occasionally heartbreaking always insightful Drawing Heat the Hard Way is ultimately an objective take on what it means to be a wrestling fan from someone who knows the business inside and out.
Larry Matysik was a legendary wrestling announcer