Adam Copeland on Edge

Adam Copeland on Edge

Book - 2004
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His way with words has served Adam Copeland well. It was his writing that opened the doors to his future career as a WWE Superstar, when he won a newspaper essay competition for which his prize included free wrestling training.
In 2002, while sidelined with a serious neck injury, he began to write a weekly column for wwe.com, giving fans an insight into the life of one of their favourite performers. It was the fan response to this column that led WWE Books to ask him to write his autobiography. ADAM COPELAND ON EDGE takes the reader inside the world of professional wrestling, a world you can only truly know -- and write about -- if you have experienced it in the ring.
But more than that, this book also takes you inside the mind of one of wrestling's brightest stars, as with disarming candour he shares his feelings and his reflections, his inspirations, his highs and lows, his goals and ambitions, in thoughtful, articulate detail. You think you know EDGE? Read on and find out…
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Pocket Books, c2004.
Edition: 1st Pocket Books hardcover ed. --
ISBN: 9780743483476
0743483472
Characteristics: 254 p. :,ill. (some col.)
Alternative Title: Edge

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carolannbagan
Jul 19, 2012

talk about exploding myths in pro wrestling. adam does just that. a fun read from a fun guy.

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caamer
Oct 19, 2011

This is a very good book and I recommend it to all wrestling fans.

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