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Been thinking about this for a while and thoughts y'all would be the perfect group to ask

 

Ric flair covering the rest of his career

Kurt angle wrote his way to early

Same with edge , the hardys and the rock ( pretty sure he is working on another one

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An unexpurgated eBook version of Bret Hart's book. Easily. We got something like 30℅ of the original draft.

 

Holy shit, there's a 2000 page version that exists? I would be in for that for sure.

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I'm probably the only one who'd want it, but a sequel to HBK's book (not the religious one he put out a few years ago) would be interesting to read. The first book ends with the Rockers reunion, but the sequel could go into the God feud (i'd want to see what shawn's real feelings on it were), the dx reunion, flair's retirement match, the jericho feud, and the taker feud and subsequent retirement.

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I'm probably the only one who'd want it, but a sequel to HBK's book (not the religious one he put out a few years ago) would be interesting to read. The first book ends with the Rockers reunion, but the sequel could go into the God feud (i'd want to see what shawn's real feelings on it were), the dx reunion, flair's retirement match, the jericho feud, and the taker feud and subsequent retirement.

Been a while since I've read the religious sequel (took a chance on it when it was a $2 Kindle Deal of the Day, which was and is unheard of for a wrestling book), but I believe it does go into some of those wrestling topics. I can't recall what exactly he talks about or how in-depth it was, but I do remember thinking the second book was actually more enjoyable than the first.

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An unexpurgated eBook version of Bret Hart's book. Easily. We got something like 30℅ of the original draft.

 

It will be like Mark Twain's autobiography, kept under seal for 100 years after Bret's death.

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As so many wrestling books are essentially straight, chronological biographies I'd like to see sequels that are more personal takes on what wrestling means to the wrestler. That could be a broader philosophy of wrestling, or how they approached working, what they think good booking looks like, where they see wrestling goes next. It would be good to get those wider perspectives.

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As so many wrestling books are essentially straight, chronological biographies I'd like to see sequels that are more personal takes on what wrestling means to the wrestler. That could be a broader philosophy of wrestling, or how they approached working, what they think good booking looks like, where they see wrestling goes next. It would be good to get those wider perspectives.

Actually, Austin's autobiography does end with a discussion about what changes he'd make to the WWE if he was in charge.

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Regarding Bret's book, hasn't he talked about updating it? It was published after his reconciliation with Vince, but before his with Shawn Michaels. Towards the very end he has some pretty harsh words for him and Triple H. Would be interesting to see what he could write about all that came after it was published.

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