Pro Wrestling: From Carnivals to Cable TV
Lerner Publications, 1 sty 2000 - 128
In this highly detailed chronicle of professional wrestling, author Keith Elliot Greenberg delves into the development and history behind one of today's most popular entertainment industries. From ancient cultures and Greek mythology to "WrestleMania" and Pay-Per-View, this comprehensive volume looks not only at how wrestling evolved into its current state, but also why. With stars such as Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Andre the Giant, professional wrestling has become a multi-million dollar industry that attracts people of all ages and walks of life. Discover how one of the world's only universal sports has adapted from country to country and from generation to generation in this exciting look at a sports phenomenon.
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