What are the best autobiographies of wrestlers?

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    #1Ric Flair

    Ric Flair
    Ric Flair: To Be the Man is an autobiography of wrestling superstar Ric Flair. It was released in 2010 by WWE. It had contributions from Keith Elliot Greenberg and was edited by Mark Madden.

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    Sandra Villegas
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "With how poorly designed the cover is I'm really surprised by the reviews. This seems like an interesting read."
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    #2Cross Rhodes

    Cross Rhodes

    Cross Rhodes: Goldust, Out of the Darkness is an autobiography written by professional wrestler Dustin Rhodes. It was released in December 2010 and has contributions from Mark Vancil.

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    Joan Scott
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "This is a decent autobiography of Dusty Rhodes. He's not my favorite wrestler so I wasn't as interested as I could have been, but it is still a good telling of a story."
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    #3Have A Nice Day

    Have A Nice Day

    Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks is an autobiography by famous WWE wrestler Mick Foley, with the help of alter ego, Mankind, and WWE. It is about his bloody but iconic matches in wrestling.

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    Marina Olvera
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "Wrestling fans will love this behind the scenes autobiography from one of professional wrestling's greatest and unique performers. Mick Foley's best-selling Have a Nice Day digs up some wrestling dirt and shows you what it takes to make it as a WWE superstar. "
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    #4The Stone Cold Truth

    The Stone Cold Truth

    The Stone Cold Truth is an autobiography written by wrestling icon Steve "Stone Cold" Austin. Wrestling commentator J.R. Ross and Dennis Brent contributed to the book, which was published by WWE in October 2004.

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    Christina Fowler
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Everything you could possibly want to know about the life of a WWE performer is here. This book is by turns interesting and touching, educational and inspirational. Read for an assignment and ended up enjoying it more than I expected."
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    #5Hollywood Hulk Hogan

    Hollywood Hulk Hogan

    Hollywood Hulk Hogan is an autobiography written by Hulk Hogan about his own experiences, including his struggles as an out-of-shape kid to one of the most iconic names and faces in America. 

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    José Hurtado
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Never saw this before today"
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    #6Heartbreak & Triumph

    Heartbreak & Triumph

    Heartbreak & Triumph: The Shawn Michaels Story is an autobiography written by WWE superstar Shawn Michaels. It was first released in May 2010 and had contributions from Aaron Feigenbaum.

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    Christine Ross
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "This story was such an ego project to the 'author'. He paints himself as such a good guy just swept along by the tides. Strange how such a good man needed 'saving' by religion. This book is just another covert attempt to humble-brag about being a Christian. Pretty much every other wrestling autobiography I've read is far superior to this book. I don't know why everyone has to throw their religion in your face. Either be a good person or don't, show some spine."
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    #7Triple H Making the Game

    Triple H Making the Game

    Triple H Making the Game: Triple H's Approach to a Better Body is an autobiography and an exercise guidebook written by Paul Michael Levesque, a.k.a. Triple H. It was first published in 2005.

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    Christian Chen
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "This book about Triple H is really good. I thought it was great hearing his backstory and also being a guide for exercise. Triple H is one of my favorite wrestlers and he also did a great job with this book."
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    #8Walking a Golden Mile

    Walking a Golden Mile

    Walking a Golden Mile is an autobiography written by William Regal and had contributions from Neil Chandler. It was first released in 2005. It is about the professional wrestler's rise from a Blackpool youth to the WWE.

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    Janice Wong
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Very unevenly written, salvaged by the disturbing account of Regal's battle with drug addiction. Also worth a read for anyone interested in Regal's career or Just a British perspective on the world of wrestling. "
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    #9Eric Bischoff: Controversy Creates Cash

    Eric Bischoff: Controversy Creates Cash

    Eric Bischoff: Controversy Creates Cash is the autobiography written by Eric Bischoff with help from writer, Jeremy Roberts. The book was originally published in October 2006. it is about the ratings' war between WCW and WWE.

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    Kimberly Willis
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "While this book does go through Eric's life it mainly focuses on the company WWE and how he shaped it. I learned about Eric's beginning as a sales person and how he went through the ranks in the wrestling world. Finally the book really lets you know exactly why the company folded. Overall a good read but not as much a biography has a tell all of the wrestling world. "
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    #10The Rock Says

    The Rock Says

    The Rock Says is an autobiography written by wrestling superstar Dwayne Johnson, who is called The Rock in WWE. Joe Layden contributed to the book. It was first published on January 5, 2000. 

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    Ajay Malhotra
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "The book is a great read of the early career of The Rock. It tells of the struggle of up and coming wrestler to his rise to early stardom. "

Summary

Best What are the best autobiographies of wrestlers
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Ric FlairBooks 27 Paid
2Cross RhodesBooks 23 Paid
3Have A Nice DayBooks 21 Paid
4The Stone Cold TruthBooks 17 Paid
5Hollywood Hulk HoganBooks 17 Paid
6Heartbreak & TriumphBooks 15 Paid
7Triple H Making the GameBooks 13 Paid
8Walking a Golden MileBooks 11 Paid
9Eric Bischoff: Controversy Creates CashBooks 3 Paid
10The Rock SaysBooks 0 Paid
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