Post Reply Autobiographies: Which Parts of The Wrestlers' Life Astonished You?
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Posted 9/12/14 , edited 9/12/14
My first autobiography that I read, in relation to wrestling, was Mick Foley's "Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks."

It was not always a rock style lifestyle. New wrestlers have to pay their dues; even wrestle three times a night and get paid less than $50 each. Mick was passionate on his craft that he had to hone his mic skills and learn new language as he made promos from local radio stations to local radio stations. He worked so hard to the point of peeing blood-- all that for taking all the body slams overnights.
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