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    Ric's book is great

    I could review about all my fave parts from his WWF run where he took the NWA/WCW World title with him, I could review his experience in the dying days of WCW, or even his attack on Eric Bischoff as Arn stood guard. But instead, I'll just say that his insight and experience during the years where he broke into the biz and earned his reputation as one of the greatest of all time was the real treat. It's amazing how different the wrestling world was back then. I mean that's not an astounding revelation to say wrestling is different now. But Flair's view from the driver seat during the classic years of wrestling as the top name is something you just can't get anywhere else. The fact that this book is a few years older than some other wrestling books should not deter you from buying it. The final chapters build to a rewarding peak. Read it.
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    Woooooo!

    From his adoptive partens to the top of the industry, to loosing his confidence and finding it back all over again. This is a great re-telling of the story of the man who many consider the best professional wrestler of all time.
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    Displaced Mountain

    Disappointing. Compared to other wrestling bios, this one lacks insight and intrigue. There are sections that hit the mark but it is bogged down with filler, comments from wrestlers and family. The best way to understand Flair's career is watch his matches, his unequalled promos, or the countless shoots on YouTube.
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