Controversy Creates Cash has ratings and 68 reviews. Tiara said: I started really watching wrestling in late during the Attitude Era when I st. 3 quotes from Controversy Creates Cash: ‘I’m as apolitical as possible. I don’t hang out with too many people. I’m a loner. For the most part, when I sho. Eric Bishoff is one of the most controversial figures in the world of wrestling. Under his watch as president of WCW, the company went head to head with Vince.
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It’s hard not to see it as whining. He’s been booed, reviled, and burned in effigy. Reflecting cdeates his childhood, his family, and the pressures of notoriety, Bischoff tells how he found contentment after being unceremoniously “sent home. First giving a supposedly insecure Hulk Hogan creative control which gave him various and lengthy title reigns that should have gone to more deserving talent.
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He wasn’t afraid to shit-talk people a few times I’d be like, ‘damn what an asshole’ but there’s no doubt that he says what’s on his mind. Hell, it’s why I paid 2. I’m sure Bischoff has lead an interesting life, but Eric himself knows why we’re all gathered here to read his book.
From the way he talks, everything just fell into his lap, he never pursued anything. Here is a book about the wrestling industry that actually has very little to do with wrestling. That felt like the pot calling the kettle black. The writing in this one was a little bit on the bouncy side. Mentioning them once or twice would’ve sufficed.
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The book focuses more on the business side of WCW casn opposed to details regarding the on-camera action. If you ask fans, they would say it describes this book. Eric Bischoff accuses other wrestling memoirs of being revisionist history meant to paint the author in a more favorable hischoff. Once in charge of WCW, Bischoff explains his philosophy to make the organization successful and how he implemented it.
Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! If Time Warner and the corporation wasn’t a pure profit heartless machine, we would probably still enjoy a 2nd wrestling brand. It is a biography of Eric Bischoff who found himself as the president of WCW just as professional wrestling was moving into a hot streak. I think I picked this one up at a bischof sale. He also tries to explain how it was not how he was managing the company that led to its downfall but through Turner Entertainments purchases by Time Warner and later AOL.
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Anyway, Controversy is an inside look at what exactly happened with WCW, and how he became the man in charge. If you’re an English Nazi this book probably isn’t for you. Show me a documentary that does Bischoff’s book justice, or a single interview that does the same. Contrary to what many people think, he has a lot of respect for his peers, even if he doesn’t agree with them. I’m sure Bischoff has lead an interesting life, but Eric himself knows why we’re all gathered here to read his book.
The self aggrandizing and delusion reach monumental proportions. Pair this with “Who Killed WCW” by the Wrestlecrap buys, and you’ll put together the most fascinating story of the business.
Eric Bischoff’s book focuses more on the business side of wrestling rather than wrestling. Biscuoff book and a must read for anyone interested in the industry of professional wrestling. Are We There Yet?
Further proof that this season is strongest when it goes back in time. Met Kevin Nash earlier this year, one of the coolest guys ever at a meet n greet. I thought this book was interesting.