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There are so many wrestling books out now that it’s hard to choose from the selection. While I enjoy wrestler’s autobiographies, I also enjoy reading about the history of the sport and analysis of the industry. Unfortunately some of these books tend to be dry. Wrestler Jim Wilson’s Chokehold comes to mind. While the book is well documented, it’s about as exciting as reading a phonebook.
While I like to own books in paperback or hardcover, I have noticed some e-books so reasonably priced that I have bought them on a whim. One such book is James Dixon’s Titan Sinking: The Decline of the WWF in 1995. To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was actually pleasantly surprised.