Steve grew up in a small town in Texas. Always a fan of wrestling, Steve seized the chance to study it at a school in Dallas. His ability to take the bumps and hard falls required by his new profession, and his never-say-die attitude, connected him with the fans and his fellow wrestlers. His capricious firing by the WCW, World Championship Wrestling, lead to his being hired by World Wrestling Entertainment.
However, it was Steve's own ability inside the ring and his quick-witted responses that lead to his becoming one of the most popular WWE Superstars of all time. It seemed nothing could stop the Texas Rattlesnake, except himself. In 2001 Steve's life seemed to spiral out of control and he walked away from it all. Now, with his triumphal return to the world of professional wrestling, he is finally ready to tell his story, his, way.
The Stone Cold Truth is an unvarnished take on his life, his loves, and his days as a wrestler told in a way that only he could, and you know it's the truth "'cause Stone Cold says so!"
©2003 World Wrestling Entertainment; (P)2003 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
i read the reviews and after I read the book I completely agree there couldve been more...he couldve talked more about WCW and Hogans arrival, more about the backstage politics, etc..
Stone Cold. One of my favorite wrestler of all times. My favorite wrestler is THE ROCK
I am big fan of Stone Cold and I love this short book
For those who grew up watching stone cold in the ring, this was fun and entertaining to read and listen to. Steve does an excellent job reading with tons of emotion and gives a genuine feel in his explanations. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loved wrestling in the 90s
Out of all the Pro Wrestling Autobiographies that I have read and listened to this one is my absolute favorite to date! Having Steve Austin and Jim Ross as narrators makes it that much better!
The audio has a lot of emotion
It was kept simple and was presented with the personality of characters
Emotion and persona
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