The RiseFall of ECW

The RiseFall of ECW Independent Wrestling Promotions Were Once The Norm All Across The Country But As The Nineties Began, Independents Were Looking For Creative Ways To Survive Several Banded Together To Share Cost And Talent They Were Known As Eastern Championship Wrestling Based Out Of A Warehouse In Philadelphia, This Promotion Seemed Doomed To Be Just One Ninety Day Wonder They Hired Paul Heyman, Who Told The Company He Would Come In, Shake Things Up, And Leave But Heyman Stayed And Redefined Professional Wrestling In The Nineties He Crafted A Promotion That Dared To Push The Boundaries Of Sports Entertainment What He Created Became Extreme Championship Wrestling Heyman Dared To Break With Tradition Rather Than Relying On Local Talent And Down And Out Veterans, He Created New Characters And Story Lines That Would Appeal To Hardcore Wrestling Fans Paul Knew You Had To Offer The Fans Than The Match Heyman Encouraged Wrestlers To Speak From Their Hearts ECW Became Known For The Interview, The Shoot As For The Matches Tables, Ladders, Chairs, Barbed Wire, And Even Frying Pans Were Used With Abandon Wrestlers Not Wanting To Be Topped Put Their Bodies On The Line, Taking Ever Greater Risks, Daring To Jump, Leap, And Fall From Places Never Tried Before ECW Matches Became The Stuff Of Legend For Nearly A Decade, ECW Redefined Professional Wrestling With A Reckless, Brutal, Death Defying, And Often Bloody Style That Became Synonymous With Hardcore Through Extensive Interviews With Paul Heyman, Mick Foley, Tazz, Tommy Dreamer, Rob Van Dam, And Many , T He Rise Fall Of ECW Reveals What Made This Upstart Company From Philadelphia Great. Just recently finished reading The Rise Fall of ECW, a WWE publication So it shown the history of ECW from those who participated and at the time was also serving tenure in WWE after their takeover in 2002 I cou
Still on my wrestling kick I picked this one up giving some of the history of the wrestling promotion that really changed the scene of wrestling back in the 90 s I enjoyed this one because I am a wrestling geek This book even reviewed some of the storylines from the promotion This filled in som
This was an enjoyable read but not really in depth enough to make it an excellent read It was very much a whistle stop account of how ECW came to be, was built up and then how it fell While entertaining a fan
For any former ECW fan this book is a must read I loved ECW and was sad when it folded I know they made a DVD before this book was made but they could only fit so much of the story of ECW into a 90 minute DVD They book filled in a lot of holes If you loved ECW like I did you should read this. This was the best wrestling book in years It brought the ECW history to a reality and used most members of the group and how they worked in this fledging wrestling organization Maybe the The Franchise was missing but testimony was great, including Paul E s stuff was great.EC dub EC dub It s a good read for people who like ECW, but not for people who like well written books It s a disjointed but informative book with some interesting interviews and some new insights into the company It s nothing ground breaking but a good summary of ECW. Excellent book that explains the history of ECW Includes interviews from Paul Heyman and wrestlers from ECW. This book is just ok, it doesnt really go in depth and it seems like most of the quotes from the people involved were all taken from documentaries that were already done on the subject and that Ive already watched This book is just ok, it doesn t really go in depth
Very Good The history of one of the most popular professional wrestling organizations from the men and women who lived it WWE knew there was money to be made out of this story and definitely knew that this was something that would sell To this day the three letter chant of ECW brings great joy to fans The story is well told, but I can t help if its facts and conclusions aren t simply revisionism by WWE Because like it or not WWE was partially responsible in the company s downfall ECW start Very Good The history of one of the most popular professional wrestling organizations from the men and women who lived
This book is another one of my thrift shop finds I was really excited to find this there The book gives the history of ECW from it s first days in 1993 until it s last in 2001 I loved learningabout the company How it started and what made them popular , the business side of things merchandise, setting up shows, pay per views, etc and, of course, the wrestlers.I really like that the author didn t censor the wrestlers when he interviewed them If you don t like swears, especially the This book is another one of my thrift shop finds I was really excited to find this there The book gives the history of ECW from it s first days in 1993 until it s last in 2001 I loved learningabout the company How it started and what made them popular , the business side of things merchandise, setting up shows, pay per views, etc and, of course, the wrestlers.I really like that the author didn t censor the wrestlers when he interviewed them If you don t like swears, especially the f word , you might not like that For me, it made it that muchauthentic There are interviews with a lot of the top stars of

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The RiseFall of ECW
  • Thom Loverro
  • English
  • 11 March 2018
  • 1416513124