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Have a Nice Day! A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
Book: Have a Nice Day! A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks
Written by: Mankind
Publisher: HarperAudio/ReganBooks
Average Customer Rating: 5.0 / 5

Rating: 5 / 5
I love the book. Foley provides great insight into the WWE and also his own life. The tales are told in a way that you feel like you are in the ring with Mankind himself. A must read for anyone.

Who says pro wrestlers are dumb?
Rating: 5 / 5
A must read of any wrestling fan, and an amusing read if you aren't.
While at times his amateur writing style is a little confused this is a book that is hard to put down. Mick Foley does an amazing job of detailing his life and the struggles he underwent to attain his wrestling Stardom.
I loved the fact that Mick was honest with his oppinions of other people in the wrestling field. He would give examples of why he loved someone, but would also point out major faults in the same person.
From detailing the ignorant and hateful acts of some wrestlers (ex. breaking someones leg or ankle to get them out of the business) to showing the struggles that most wrestlers go through in order to stay in the business (such as sleeping 3 or 4 in a small dirtbag hotel) he keeps you captivated with his life and the growth of wrestling from hundreds of small regions into a few large companies.

Rating: 5 / 5
This book is truly great. It is one of the best books that WWE has released. Mick Foley has a way with words and writing that is very rare. I would recomend this book to any wrestling fan, Foley fan or not.


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