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The Hardcore Truth How Do You Like Me Now In The Ring And Behind The Scenes With Hardcore Holly Long Before He Became Hardcore Holly, Robert Howard Was A Fighter From Humble Beginnings A Boy Dominated By His Disciplinarian Stepfather But Fueled By An Unquenchable Passion For Pro Wrestling Bob Grew Up Struggling To Make Ends Meet As An Adult With A Family Of His Own To Provide For, Bob Fought In Bars For Money Before Finally Following His Dream Of Wrestling From Regional Promotions All The Way To The Bright Lights Of The WWF, From False Starts As Thurman Sparky Plugg And Bombastic Bob To Fame As An Internationally Known Superstar, The Hardcore Truth Tells The Story Of Bob S Life Including His 16 Years Working For Vince McMahon In This Rollercoaster Tale Of Success And Frustration, Replete With Missed Opportunities, Broken Promises, And A Broken Neck A Story Of Fast Bikes And Faster Cars, Lost Loves And Wrestling Bears, Bar Fights And Betrayal Bob Shares His Uncompromised Views On The Present Wrestling Landscape With Fascinating Insights Into The World Leader In Sports Entertainment.

[Download] ➻ The Hardcore Truth  ✤ Bob Holly – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Hardcore Truth
  • Bob Holly
  • English
  • 13 March 2017
  • 1770411097

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➻ The Hardcore Truth ✤ Bob Holly – Pocket-bikes.us


  1. says:

    The Hardcore Truth is the biography of recently retired wrestler, Bob Hardcore Holly.During my decades of wrestling fandom, Bob Holly was always in my periphery, never one of my favorites but always a wrestler I knew would deliver the goods in the ring After reading this, I wish I would have watched Bobclosely.Unlike a lot of wrestling books, Bob s in the ring by the 10% mark While I thought his dirt poor upbringing, teenage fatherhood, and fighting in toughman boxing matches in was in The Hardcore Truth is the biography of recently retired wrestler, Bob Hardcore Holly.During my decades of wrestling fandom, Bob Holly was always in my periphery, never one of my favorites but always a wrestler I knew would deliver the goods in the ring After reading this, I wish I would have watched Bobclosely.Unlike a lot of wrestling books, Bob s in the ring by the 10% mark While I thought his dirt poor upbringing...


  2. says:

    Bob Howard spent nearly fifteen years performing all over the world as Hardcore Holly , a tough guy wrestler in WWE World Wrestling Entertainment After retiring in 2010, Holly chose to write a memoir detailing his time in the business While Holly didn t achieve true superstardom, he was a loyal, dependable worker who maintained a featured spot during wrestling s hottest period the late 1990s and beyond.What sets The Hardcore Truth apart from other wrestling memoirs is Holly s flat out bru Bob Howard spent nearly fifteen years performing all over the world as Hardcore Holly , a tough guy wrestler in WWE World Wrestling Entertainment After retiring in 2010, Holly chose to write a memoir detailing his time in the business While Holly didn t ...


  3. says:

    It s quite rare to find an autobiography, much less one by someone in the notoriously dishonest business of professional wrestling that both comes across as genuine and can change your opinion of someone for the better.Bob Holly s book manages both He comes across as honest and straightforward, even likeable in a curmudgeonly sort of way His side of the story doesn t always seem to give the full picture but it certainly seems to be his opinion, willingly and simply shared.Given the length of It s quite rare to find an autobiography, much less one by someone in the notoriously dishonest business of professional wrestling that both comes across as genuine and can change your opinion of someone for the better.Bob Holly s book manages both He comes across as honest and straightforward, even likeable in a curmudgeonly sort of way His side of the story doesn t always seem to give the full picture but it certainly seems to be his opinion, willingly and simply shared.Given the length of his WWF career 1994 2009 he has plenty of stories to share and he goes over all the major issues and events his Chris Benoit chapter is especially interesting giving his thoughts on all the main players a...


  4. says:

    I grew up during the Attitude era and always liked the Holly family which was led by Hardcore Holly.This was probably WWE at it s peak Talent such as The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, to name a few, were in their primes and the competition with WCW provided plenty of motivation for the company to evolve.Amongst it all Hardcore Holly was a perennial figure Despite never quite getting the big push he felt he deserved he played a big role in developing some of the top talents.A I grew up during the Attitude era and always liked the Holly family which wa...


  5. says:

    Synopsis 16 years in the biggest professional wrestling company in the world A cornerstone of the famed WWE Attitude era A hard hitting fighter A bully A stooge One of wrestling s bad guys Bob Hardcore Holly had one hell of a bad reputation Here, he opens up, and his as hard with his words as he does with his fists Uncompromising, brutally honest, eye opening, and refreshing Find the truth about the Hardcore oneLet s be honest Chances are if you re looking at this book, you re a Synopsis 16 years in the biggest professional wrestling company in the world A cornerstone of the famed WWE Attitude era A hard hitting fighter A bully A stooge One of wrestling s bad guys Bob Hardcore Holly had one hell of a bad reputation Here, he opens up, and his as hard with his words as he does with his fists Uncompromising, brutally honest, eye opening, and refreshing Find the truth about the Hardcore oneLet s be honest Chances are if you re looking at this book, you re a wrestling fan Maybe feeling nostalgic for the legendary Attitude era And, in all probability, you want to knowabout the wrestling, ...


  6. says:

    I grew up in Tampa and was a regular watcher of Championship Wrestling from Florida, hosted by Gordon Solie This was back in the 70s with wrestlers like Cowboy Bill Watts, Dusty Rhodes, Bob Roop, and Dick Slater to name a few Sometimes my friends and I would manage to convince one of our dads to take us to the Tuesday night matches at the armory in Tampa where we could really see the heels and baby faces go at it in the smoke and dingy seats with a rabid crowd around us There was usually a ch I grew up in Tampa and was a regular watcher of Championship Wrestling from Florida, hosted by Gordon Solie This was back in the 70s with wrestlers like Cowboy Bill Watts, Dusty Rhodes, Bob Roop, and Dick Slater to name a few Sometimes my friends and I would manage to convince one of our dads to take us to the Tuesday night matches at the armory in Tampa where we could really see the heels and baby faces go at it in the smoke and dingy ...


  7. says:

    What truth Many times, the hardest working people don t get rewarded for that work It sucks and it s tough to see politics get others ahead of you when you re busting your ass, and Bob Holly s story was that over and over again That was the overall theme of the book, but in its near 300 pages, there were TONS of stories about the biggest events tragedies in wrestling since the mid 90s Holly was with WWE for 15 years and was around for all the scandals, deaths Owen Eddie Benoit , and most of What truth Many times, the hardest working people don t get rewarded for that work It sucks and it s tough to see politics get others ahead of you when you re busting your as...


  8. says:

    This is definitely one of the better wrestling autobiographies out there Just like in really life, Bob Holly pulls no punches here and is brutally and refreshingly honest about his time in the WWE Much has been made of Holly being a bully backstage, and this is something he explores in great detail in his book The famous beating of ...


  9. says:

    I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by the hardcore truth I went into this book now knowing what to expect The hardcore truth starts off with Bob detailing his childhood and how he got started with wrestling and it ends with his releas...


  10. says:

    This one is probably my favorite out of the wrestler autobiographies Jericho s The Best In The World is a very very close second, but I think I need to read his other books to get his whole story.Was never my favorite wrestler but his story is entertaining and feels legit He has his opinions but he didn t come off bitter and sour like Bret Hart did in his book Hearing the story of the new generation and the attitude era from the viewpoint of a mid carder was pretty cool I like how Holly wo This one is probably my favorite out of the wrestler autobiographies Jericho s The Best In The World is a very very close second, but I think I need to read his other books to get his whole story.Was never my favorite wrestler but his story is entertaining and feels legit He has his opinions but he didn t come off bitter and sour like Bret Hart did in his book Hearing the story of the new generation and the attitude era from the viewpoint of a mid carder was pretty cool I like how Holly would...

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