Diamond Dallas Page

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2001 - 112
100+ Page Biographies Guaranteed to Capture the Attention of Your Reluctant Readers Here's an exciting new series focusing on some of the wrestling world's greatest heroes. Drawn to the sport because of the colorful nature of its participants, young teens will find hours of action-packed reading in this series. Chock-full of fascinating photos and lively text about men who possess courage, tenacity, a sense of adventure, strength, and endurance, Wrestling Greats will provide an excellent read for any young wrestling fan. When DDP (as he became known in the wresting world) started wresting in 1991, he was told that his boast of becoming a top wrestler in five years was unreasonable, impossible, and improbable. Against all odds, the confident, hardworking Page proved that resilience, hard work, and self-confidence always pay off in the end. This title provides a highly entertaining account of an important role model for young readers.
 

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Ahead of Schedule
7
A Diamond in the Rough
14
Managing to Be the Best
27
The Long Road Ahead
35
Down on His Luck
45
DDP Versus the World
53
In the Spotlight
69
Turning the Page
93
00
105
For Further Reading 1 08
109
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Davies was a founder director of the Oxford Institute of Retail Management in 1985. He is the author of numerous books and articles and has been a consultant to several UK and international retail and development companies, through his company Retailing and Planning Associates. He is presently Emeritus fellow at Templeton College and a visiting professor in retail management at the University of Surrey.

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