Red Headed Geek PDF Ø Red Headed Kindle -

Red Headed Geek PDF Ø Red Headed Kindle -


Red Headed Geek ❰Read❯ ➵ Red Headed Geek Author Billy C. Wirtz – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Neither an exposé of the dark underbelly of wrestling nor a justification of its existence Red Headed Geek is a loving firsthand look inside the regional wrestling circuits of yesteryear by a former Neither an exposé of the dark underbelly of wrestling nor a justification of its existence Red Headed Geek is a loving firsthand look inside the regional wrestling circuits of yesteryear by a former manager who’s been tossed from the ring bashed with a folding chair and had painfully honest conversations with the wrestlers themselves Billy C Wirtz gives a distinct view of the strange world of Red Headed Kindle - wrestling offering a look into the actual workings of the business and the underlying reasons for its popularity as well as an explanation for its status as an often maligned and misunderstood subculture and its vital role in American working class entertainment He recounts his painful “on the job” training—explaining certain practices and dispelling some commonly held myths and beliefs—and discusses his personal and professional relationships with wrestlers such as the Fabulous Moolah Diamond Lil Sir Oliver Humperdink and dozens of others from the legendary to the never heard ofs The book also contains a glossary of wrestling slang for those who aren’t as familiar with the sport For the die hard fan or the total nonbeliever this book presents one man’s honest perspective and observations on a fascinating subculture.

  • Paperback
  • 225 pages
  • Red Headed Geek
  • Billy C. Wirtz
  • English
  • 02 November 2016
  • 9781615470143

10 thoughts on “Red Headed Geek

  1. Glasgowgal Glasgowgal says:

    I knew the amazing Reverend Billy C Wirtz from when he graced the stage of Deer Park Tavern in Newark DE with his comedic genius and songs back in the 90's He would pack the house every time We would get there at 600 pm to get a table up front for his show at 900 pm Rev Billy never failed to entertain and stir the crowd into a frenzy I hope I wasn’t one of the people who called out “Freebird” but when you’re caught up in the momentIn this book Billy shares his life on the road as both an entertainer and wrestling manager; neither of which are easy occupations There is lots of good insight into the wrestling community and Billy’s ups and downs along the way Good readWish you the best Reverend Can I get an Amen?

  2. Ronn Ronn says:

    My own favorite version of professional wrestling is the decidedly small local promotions that run shows in places like bars the local Boys' Club and high school gyms for the big shows where the local hardware store owner gives a color tv to the person holding the right ticket number and after the match the ref has to run to make his regular gig as a strip club DJ This is the atmosphere in which Rev Billy got his start in the field and his experiences are flat out hilarious If you are of the bent to take the WWE seriously you wont appreciate this at all But otherwise put on your Crusher Bruiser t shirt sit back and enjoy a fast funny read

  3. The Book Hermit The Book Hermit says:

    A funny read

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