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Beau, just finished your book.


It was amazing, hats off to you! The ribs had me rolling and the section about Brian Hildebrand had me watery-eyed, but when I got to the part about your Grannie, I'll admit on here, tears were rolling. (Really identified with it.) Can't wait to read the next one
 
Elvis McComas - Huntington, WV
 
Wow! I mean just that. What can I actually say that Beau James didn’t? I read the book from cover to cover and never wanted to put it down. Beau’s vast wealth of wrestling knowledge (dates, people and fun facts) is just impeccable, he’s like a human wrestling encyclopedia. The main focus in the book is the hot bed of Tennessee wrestling, Kingsport, TN (although he did some long road trips around the US). He was able to work with and meet some of the greatest wrestling stars living and passed. This really isn’t just a book on wrestling; it includes an in-depth look into the soul of this man and shows his love of one woman, wrestling and his trial and tribulations with faith and personal demons. I recommend that everyone should read this book at least once, it’s worth it.


Chris L. King - Harlan, KY
 
I’ve been blessed to have met and worked with Beau James since 2007 in the northeast Tennessee pro wrestling circuit. Since meeting Beau, I have been partners with him on a few occasions and I have been on the opposite side of the ring / receiving end of some hellacious beatings. I must say he is VERY knowledgeable and will help anyone who is serious about succeeding in professional wrestling. Reading his book, you will gain a first hand insight on how professional wrestler operates and memorable stories from his experience / career. If you are a die hard wrestling fan or an up and coming pro wrestler, you must read this book. I highly recommend this book to any wrestling enthusiast. I have enjoyed reading it and look forward to any other books written by Beau
 
Bobo Brown - Detroit MI/ Jefferson City, TN

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