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Since: 24.3.02
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.44
According to http://www.wwe.com/news/headlines/1204800 , Triple H is writing a workout book, showing people how to get a physique like his.
Page 1: Buy steroids.
Page 2: Use steroids.
Page 3: Go to Page 1.

No, seriously, the part that gets me is that he insinuates that he's still in the prime of his career. At the point Iím at in my career, and the things Iíve done, I just donít feel like I have a whole lot to write about as far as a biography. I thought the biographyís something you do towards the end of your career.

Other books on the way: A 2003 WWE Yearbook, "Classy" Freddie Blassie's Autobiography, J.R.'s Cookbook, a financial advice book by Bradshaw, Lita's Autobiography, and Stone Cold's Autobiography.



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#2 Posted on

    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    According to http://www.wwe.com/news/headlines/1204800 , Triple H is writing a workout book, showing people how to get a physique like his.
    Page 1: Buy steroids.
    Page 2: Use steroids.
    Page 3: Go to Page 1.

    No, seriously, the part that gets me is that he insinuates that he's still in the prime of his career. At the point Iím at in my career, and the things Iíve done, I just donít feel like I have a whole lot to write about as far as a biography. I thought the biographyís something you do towards the end of your career.

    Other books on the way: A 2003 WWE Yearbook, "Classy" Freddie Blassie's Autobiography, J.R.'s Cookbook, a financial advice book by Bradshaw, Lita's Autobiography, and Stone Cold's Autobiography.



News Reel: This just in: a young man, known only as Wpob, died today. The cause of death is not known at this time but it is believed that he read a post saying HHH was writing a fitness book and died laughing at such a perposterous idea. Thus, this proves, HHH has killed another person's career.





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#3 Posted on
But at least two autobiographies were written about wrestlers that were only 2 years into their Federation carreers.
It still won't be better than Foley's book.



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Why is it so funny that HHH would write a workout book. The man has a great body as far as body building goes. You still have to work out A LOT to get a body like that, steroids or not. It's not like you can take steroids and 3 days later have muscles all over. You still need to work out the muscles to build them up to a HHH or Scott Steiner level.
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I can't wait for the amazon.com recommendations for HHH's new book.



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If they're going to do a book featuring him, (and realistically, if there was a publisher's interest in Chyna and Fabulous Moolah books, this isn't that off the mark) I'd rather he write something like that a biography that just mimics the `towing the company line' stuff he says in interviews.
Right now, a biography by HHH wouldn't be all that revealing and it certainly wouldn't divulge any backstage stuff a la Have a Nice Day. So this is the lesser of two evils, I guess.



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#7 Posted on
The most surprising thing from the opening post is that Lita is doing an autobiography. I thought it was a misprint, what on earth could she write a book about? Especially when the Hardy Boys writing a book just months before. Isn't Lita and The Hardy's WWE experiences going to be one in the same because they hang out together.



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#8 Posted on

    Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
    Isn't Lita and The Hardy's WWE experiences going to be one in the same because they hang out together.


I'm not saying that Amy Dumas is actually old enough to write an autobiography or that I'm going to snap it up, but if you mean to imply that the experiences of young women in the wrestling business must be largely similar to the experiences of young men, I would venture to say that you are mistaken. ;-)

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#9 Posted on

    Originally posted by MonteCarl
    Why is it so funny that HHH would write a workout book. The man has a great body as far as body building goes. You still have to work out A LOT to get a body like that, steroids or not. It's not like you can take steroids and 3 days later have muscles all over. You still need to work out the muscles to build them up to a HHH or Scott Steiner level.


Yeah but how do you get them awesome calves of his. I hope he explains how he does that. I've always wanted my body to be totally unproportioned.



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    Originally posted by tomvejada
    I can't wait for the amazon.com recommendations for HHH's new book.


Those were a riot.



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    Originally posted by Madame Manga

      Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
      Isn't Lita and The Hardy's WWE experiences going to be one in the same because they hang out together.


    I'm not saying that Amy Dumas is actually old enough to write an autobiography or that I'm going to snap it up, but if you mean to imply that the experiences of young women in the wrestling business must be largely similar to the experiences of young men, I would venture to say that you are mistaken. ;-)

    MM


And Lita can also talk about her time in ECW.



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#12 Posted on
I think Lita's time learning how to wrestle before ECW would be the most interesting part. Assuming what she's said on TV is true, reading about what it was like to go to Mexico (a couple times?) with no money or plan, just a will to wrestle might be a good read.


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#13 Posted on

    Originally posted by Madame Manga

      Originally posted by Net Hack Slasher
      Isn't Lita and The Hardy's WWE experiences going to be one in the same because they hang out together.


    I'm not saying that Amy Dumas is actually old enough to write an autobiography or that I'm going to snap it up, but if you mean to imply that the experiences of young women in the wrestling business must be largely similar to the experiences of young men, I would venture to say that you are mistaken. ;-)

    MM



I was kind of talking about road stories, that they travel together so any "funny thing happened on the road trip from ___ to ___" that was mentioned on the Hardy's book, I'd guess that Lita would be there too.

I guess her ECW and pre ECW days could be interesting, but I do find it odd that a girl in her mid 20s writing an autobiography especially when there's still a story to tell on her post neck injury career... Oh well if her fans are willing to give out the cash it's hard to blame her or the WWE for a quick cash grab.



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