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What does it feel like to fall through a flaming table for the very first time? Or the umpteenth time for that matter. In the fresh off-the-cuff style that has earned him legions of admirers and made his previous wrestling books massive worldwide bestsellers, Foley gives readers a blow-by-blow first-hand account of exactly what it is like to step into the wrestling ring. As a champion wrestler he was known both for his tenacity in the ring and for the fearlessness which led him to take extraordinary risks in any number of groundbreaking dangerous stunts. And as an industry insider he offers a unique perspective on what it was like to perform at that level which readers will never find anywhere else. In HARDCORE DIARIESMick Foley will take fans right insidea wrestling year, vividly recreating his experiencesin diary form, and revealing how mentally and physically preparing for this extremely challenging sport has helped him become the legend he is today.
|Publication date:||6th May 2008|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Autobiography: sport, Wrestling,|
Mick Foley grew up on Long Island, New York. He is the author of the number one New York Times bestsellers: FOLEY IS GOOD: AND THE REAL WORLD IS FAKER THAN WRESTLING and HAVE A NICE DAY!: A TALE OF BLOOD AND SWEATSOCKS. He is also the author of three children's books and a critically-acclaimed novel, TIETAM BROWN. Having wrestled professionally for more than fifteen years and been World Wrestling Entertainment Champion three times, Foley lives with his wife and four children on Long Island.More About Mick Foley