The World According To Dutch

The World According To Dutch Dirty Dutch Mantell s new book features chapters covering plus pages Dutch covers a lot of ground in the book and gives the reader a virtual wrestling history lesson from the days when territo

  • Title: The World According To Dutch
  • Author: Dutch Mantell Ric Gross Mark James
  • ISBN: 9781449953416
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • The World According To Dutch

    Dirty Dutch Mantell s new book features 32 chapters covering 270 plus pages Dutch covers a lot of ground in the book and gives the reader a virtual wrestling history lesson, from the days when territorial wrestling ruled, to the years leading up to the Vince McMahon takeover to the state of the wrestling business in the present day The book is full of never been heard stDirty Dutch Mantell s new book features 32 chapters covering 270 plus pages Dutch covers a lot of ground in the book and gives the reader a virtual wrestling history lesson, from the days when territorial wrestling ruled, to the years leading up to the Vince McMahon takeover to the state of the wrestling business in the present day The book is full of never been heard stories and includes dozens of never been seen photos Readers will be treated to some very memorable stories from Dutch s career

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    One thought on “The World According To Dutch

    1. Oliver Bateman

      A briskly paced collection of road stories and insights from one of the genuine good guys in the business (who, unsurprisingly, happens to still be employed, isn't addicted to any substances, etc.). The material on booking the Puerto Rico territory and Bruiser Brody's death there is interesting, as are the vignettes recounting his early relationships with Randy Savage, Glenn Jacobs, Steve Austin, and Mark Calloway. With a good head of steam, you can knock this one out in 2-3 hours. It's a shame [...]

    2. Manny Chan

      A great insight into the mid to waning days of territorial era wrestling. Funny anecdotes and great road stories from one of the greatest minds in wrestling

    3. Becki Ashford

      Dutch's stories and thoughts on the professional wrestling business are a must read for any true fan of the sport. I can only wish Vince McMahon would heed much of the simple booking advice Dutch talks about in the book.

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