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The Raw Files: 1999 By James Dixon et al.
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The team at are back with the seventh in their series documenting every episode of WWF Monday Night Raw, year by year. We cover every angle, segment and match in detail,... More > and offer plenty of thoughts and facts along the way. The book is written and presented in the usual HOW style, with various awards, match lists and a host of star ratings for fans to debate at will. This year comes complete with a new feature "I Got '99 Problems", as the writers try and get their head around some of the truly baffling Attitude Era angles and gimmicks. As usual, every single segment is covered in detail, with witty comment and analysis throughout. Fans of the series won't be disappointed, and once again the tome clocks in at a monster 160,000 words! A must have have all wrestling fans.< Less
The Heat Files: 1998 By James Dixon et al.
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Continuing the theme of their popular Raw Files and Complete WWF Video Guide series, the HoW team decided to delve deep into the annals of WWF television B-Shows, with the first year (or rather, five... More > months) of Sunday Night Heat. The team explore the broadcast in great detail, covering every match and angle, unearthing some forgetting television gems and a whole host of rushed, forgettable matches. A companion piece to Amazon best seller The Raw Files 1998, The Heat Files features such memorable moments as George Steele dancing, Mario Lopez from Saved By The Bell tangling with Val Venis, Mick Foley's leafblower, Shane McMahon murdering the art of commentating, Drunk Hawk stumbling around, the greatest tag team in history reduced to enhancement jobbers, Terri Runnels getting pregnant and the odd wrestling match. A fun trip down memory lane from the HoW team.< Less
All Or Nothing (Second Edition) By James Dixon, Arnold Furious
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The history of Europe's most controversial wrestling promotion: 1PW. The group employed the biggest stars in the business and caused massive ripples throughout the industry. This fascinating tale... More > delves deep behind the scenes, interviewing ALL of the key players involved from all over the globe. Including: Chris Daniels, Abyss, Steve Corino, Kid Kash, Nigel McGuinness, Doug Williams, Nunzio, Nova, Steven Gauntley, Tracy Smothers, Jerry Lynn and over 40 more There are over 25 exclusive reviews of all the major events from Arnold Furious. Also, there is a comprehensive results and title history guide. This is a fan's dream, looking in great detail at everything from the wrestlers to the bookers to the promoters. No stone is left unturned and this book will revolutionise the way people view pro wrestling in the UK. It does not matter if you know of or followed the company at the time, any fan of pro wrestling will be captivated and fascinated by the content of this 300,000+ word epic.< Less
Big Arn's Puroresu Adventure 2014: First Navigation By James Dixon, Arnold Furious, Benjamin Richardson
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Fed up with being forced to cover endless WWF shows from the eighties and nineties, Arnold Furious decided to up sticks in 2014 and head to the Orient to cover his true passion: Japanese... More > wrestling. In the first of his two part adventure, Big Arn travels the length and breadth of Japan to take in an eclectic wrestling scene that covers every possible genre imaginable. Covering all of the happenings in Japanese wrestling for promotions big and small between the months of January and June, Big Arn stumbles across some unseen classics, hidden gems and match of the year candidates. As ever, he also sees some pretty ropey stuff too. With handy guides to the promotions and a few history lessons sprinkled in to help out fans unfamiliar with Japanese wrestling, Big Arn's Puroresu Adventure is suitable reading for all fans. Though be forewarned; he does tend to get a little excited when writing about Japanese wrestling! It's all documented here in this 140,000 word tome!< Less