I've read Foley's first book and about half of Foley is Good. I've read some of Bret's book, a biography on Brody, the Wrestling at the Chase book, the Rey Mysterio book (not good) and Brock Lesnar's book. I read Thesz's book Hooker but that was a long, long time ago because I stumbled across it while browsing through, of all places, my middle school library.
Best Middle School Library ever!
I've read the first two Foley books, the Gary Michael Capetta one, Kurt Angle, The Rock Says, Blassie, Ric Flair, Brody, Wrestlilng at the Chase, Drawing Heat the Hard Way, Pure Dynamite, Harley Race, Terry Funk, The Hardcore Truth, Masked Decision, Lex Luger, Superstar Billy Graham, two Hulk Hogan ones, and probably a couple more. I've got A Lion's Tale on my Kindle but haven't started it yet.
That library ruled, it had Have a Nice Day as well but it was a wrestling book so I couldn't check it out. No idea how Hooker flew under their radar. They sold both of those books a few years ago and I didn't know about it until a few days later. Both books went for $2 a piece or something like that. Have a Nice Day was a hardcover, too. Would have been nice to know about!
I've also read the first Hogan book and the Angle book.
I've read Foley's first book, as well as the Hardcore Diaries, Broken Harts by Martha Hart,Bret's, Blassie's, Bischoff's, a book about Christian wrestlers,can't recall the name of the bopok about ECW & Hardcore History, another ECW book. Found all of them to be good reads, Bret and Foley's being my faves. Only wrestling book I ever started reading & didn't finish was believe it or not, the Rock's. Just couldn't get through the thing.