On May 9 DK Publishing releases The WWE Book of Top 10s, featuring more than 50 years of WWE history in 100 lists. These fun bite-sized lists are packed with information and trivia, and fans will debate the order of the lists, what was included and what wasn’t. Check out my video review below to determine whether or not you should pick up a copy of this book:
DK Publishing, the company that has produced an unending string of fantastic books about WWE and other pop-culture phenomena, has a new release coming out later this month: WWE Encyclopedia of Sports-Entertainment. DK was nice enough to send me an advance copy of the book to review. I’m happy to report that this is one of the greatest books they’ve ever produced. For all of the details, including a look at what’s inside this sports-entertainment tome, watch my video review below.
I received an advance copy of WWE: 100 Greatest Matches from DK Publishing, the same company that produced WWE Ultimate Superstar Guide, WWE 50 and 30 Years of WrestleMania, among other great books. So, is this one worth the price of admission? Watch my video review below to find out.
I recently picked up a copy of the new WWE book, Ultimate Warrior: A Life Lived Forever. Below are my thoughts on it and whether or not it’s worth your time and money.
Last weekend was a whirlwind of rock and wrestling. As you can see from the photo above, I saw Billy Idol live and met him and guitarist Steve Stevens after the show. The concert, as expected, was a high-energy, fist-pumping affair, and I followed this up by attending several meet and greets with professional wrestlers that were in town for the 2015 WWE Royal Rumble. For your enjoyment, below are photos from this epic weekend.