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is the undisputed Light Heavyweight Champion of All-Things-Wrestling-In-The-Library. This is his Book / Fight Club List: Ten best for teen boys about things in the ring.
There are many UFC biographies out, so it's who you like. I'm an old guy; I like the old guy.
A novel about a teen breaking into wrestling while wrestling with some problems of his own. The author is a Ric Flair fan (whooo!).
There's a lot of wrestling biographies out there, but Y2J's is probably best of the newer ones probably because he takes himself the least serious of all the squared circle scribes.
Filled with photos of these masked Mexican wrestlers, this is a must to understand the history and scope of pro wrestling.
Nothing but photos of UFC fighters through all stages of their careers. From the founders like Ken Shamrock to the modern kings of eight-sided cage, a wonderful way to browse the history of UFC.
The book follows the author's journey to become a MMA fighter. He thought training for the Army was hard work. Welcome to the cage.
The 4th novel of a series that started in the 1960s still punches hard with hard punches and harder choices.
A quick little read about a young man trying to earn money, and respect, by winning a boxing tournament.
The gritty covers lets you know the story inside is a tough one about a young man searching for himself, one fight at a time.
You get photos, lists, more photos, and more lists. As JR would say, "Business is about to pick up."
Exciting, funny, and occasionally gross. What more could you want?
Intense stuff — reality TV taken to the extreme — but I couldn't put it down.
Funny, touching, and fascinating — plus it has excellent cartoons.
Love the drawings, love the characters, love the stories.
Straight-out wacky, hilarious stuff.
is an illustrator and a writer. Probably best know for his books about a dog named Chowder. But he’s working on plenty of new books right now.
I can't overemphasize how perfectly James Marshall balances sweetness and absurdity in these stories.
Everyone Poops is a continuous source of 'inspiration.
Witty dialogue, fantastical adventure and a wonderfully dark sense of humor seem to effortlessly flow from Roald Dahl's pen.
This series is perhaps the most unique, thoughtful, and provocative fantasy I’ve ever read.
I was mesmerized by the way Verne describes the science and logic of the world in which this story takes place.
Three words: "The Wild Rumpus!" It doesn't get much better than that!
This book has everything — adventure, bugs . . . and a giant peach!
When I was a kid, I wished that I had a mouse who could ride a motorcycle. And now that I'm a grown-up, I still do!
I’m a huge chocolate fan, but this book sure made me think twice about what I wished for!
A cute bunny that sucks vegetables dry? Yikes! These books kept me at the edge of my seat.
Start with a Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and read all the way through the books until you get to Double Fudge. These books are hysterical and relatable!
I like to learn how extraordinary/successful people approach life and this is a unique (just published) book about methods and ideals that Jim Tressell brings to his Ohio State football program.