Hardcore History: The Extremely Unauthorized Story of ECW

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Sports Pub, May 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 261 pages
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Hardcore History: The Extremely Unauthorized Story of ECW offers a frank, balanced look at the evolution of the company, starting even before its early days as a Philadelphia-area independent group called Eastern Championship Wrestling in 1992 and extending past the death of Extreme Championship Wrestling in 2001. Writer Scott E. Williams has pored through records and conducted dozens of interviews through records and conducted dozens of interviews with fans, company officials, business partners, and the wrestlers themselves to bring readers the most balanced account possible of this bizarre company.

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Review: Hardcore History: The Extremely Unauthorized Story of the ECW

User Review  - John Hardin - Goodreads

The best history of Extreme Championship Wrestling. Unlike the book written through WWE, many wrestlers who refused to wrestle for Vince McMahon offer their insights and opinions about hardcore ... Read full review

Review: Hardcore History: The Extremely Unauthorized Story of the ECW

User Review  - Matt Gannon - Goodreads

it was a good book when it came to the hardcore stuff Read full review

About the author (2007)

Scott E Williams is a criminal-jutice reporter for The Galveston Daily news in Texas. He has published three books on professional wrestling: Terry Funk: More Than Just Hardcore, Hardcore History, and The Cowboy and the Cross: The Bill Watts Story. He lives in Dickinson, Texas.

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