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Pain and Passion Calgary S Stampede Wrestling Spawned Some Of The Biggest Wrestling Stars In History, From Mat Kings Of The Past Like Gene Kiniski And Superstar Billy Graham To Modern Idols Like Bret Hitman Hart, The British Bulldogs, And Chris Benoit Pain And Passion Tells How A Small, Family Run Wrestling Business Profoundly Influenced The World Of Professional Wrestling As We Know It Today Pain And Passion Takes Readers On A Rowdy Ride Through The Evolution Of Stu Hart S Calgary Promotion, From Its Meagre Beginnings In The 1940s, Its Peak In The 1980s, And Its Fall As Vince McMahon S World Wrestling Entertainment Changed The Face Of Wrestling Forever But This Is Than A Wrestling Story It S A Tale Of Family And Of Human Tragedy The Hart Family Lived For The Wrestling Business And, Like Starbucks Mowing Down A Mom And Pop Coffee Shop, The Emergence Of McMahon S Media Colossus Ran Stampede Into The Ground The Wrestling Game Lost Its Innocence And Western Canada Lost A Staple Of Its Pop Culture As For The Hart Family, The Once Mighty Clan Was Nearly Destroyed By The Business It Loved The Stampede Wrestling Story Is A Wild Blood On The Mat Saga Over Fifty Years In The Making It S Sure To Captivate Not Only Wrestling Fans, But Anyone Who Appreciates A Powerful Drama.

  • Paperback
  • 333 pages
  • Pain and Passion
  • Heath McCoy
  • English
  • 21 January 2017
  • 1550227874

About the Author: Heath McCoy

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10 thoughts on “Pain and Passion

  1. says:

    Pain and Passion The History of Stampede Wrestling is the story of Stampede Wrestling, from it s beginnings in the early days of professional wrestling to its demise, and the Harts, the family that ran it.This is the eleventh book in my Kindle Unlimited Experiment For the 30 day trial, I m only reading books that are part of the program and keeping track what the total cost of the books would have been.Up until a few years ago, I watched quite a bit of professional wrestling My favorites for Pain and Passion The History of Stampede Wrestling is the story of Stampede Wrestling, from it s beginnings in the early days of professional wrestling to its demise, and the Harts, the family that ran it.This is the eleventh book in my Kindle Unlimited Experiment For the 30 day trial, I m only reading books that are part of the program and keeping track what the total cost of the books would have been.Up until a few years ago, I watched quite a bit of professional wrestling My favorites for most of that time came from the Stampede territory so I was pretty excited to read this.The books starts with the Hart family moving to the Canadian prairie to homestead in the 1920 s What a rough way of life It s like the American midwest, only much much colder Once Stu Hart is born, things get cracking Stu meets Toots Mondt and becomes a wrestler and eventually comes back home to start...

  2. says:

    It should be no secret by now that I love books about professional wrestling Whether it s about a performer s career or a take on a promotion or an organization itself, it s a tremendous source of entertainment Stories about shenanigans taking place behind the scenes can always succeed in getting a laugh out of me The fact is, these guys are on the road over 300 days a year and if they can t find a way to blow off some steam, they re going to go crazy.Calgary sun columnist Heath McCoy takes y It should be no secret by now that I love books about professional wrestling Whether it s about a performer s career or a take on a promotion or an organization itself, it s a tremendous source of entertainment Stories about shenanigans taking place behind the scenes can always succeed in getting a laugh out of me The fact is, these guys are on the road over 300 days a year and if they can t find a way to blow off some ste...

  3. says:

    This is basically everything a non autobiography wrestling book should be I d rank this up there with the best wrestling books ever Dynamite, Bret Hart, Foley, etc It s is probably the most objective thing out there on the Hart...

  4. says:

    An essential for any Stampede Wrestling or wrestling history fan This book surprised me with just how much research and interviews went into and were included This book isn t entirely written in the order of the years the pr...

  5. says:

    This isthan just a very detailed history of a legendary wrestling promotion It goes into the characters that made it what it was, telling crazy stories that all revolve around Stampede wrestling It s a gre...

  6. says:

    A very good wrestling book.hearing some of those old stories, mostly about the Hart Family, makes this book a must read for Wrestling fans Will change your opinion on Dynamite Kid for better or worse.

  7. says:

    I remember watching Stampede Wrestling on Saturday afternoon s with my brothers and dad We all knew it was staged but that never stopped us from getting into the action This book was a welcome walk into my childhood.

  8. says:

    An amazing look at the most popular Canadian wrestling federation ever The stories are smart, funny, and tragic.

  9. says:

    If you are a fan of Stampede Wrestling or the Hart family, then you should definitely read this.

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