Friday, 15 November 2013 22:07
For the first time ever, Mark Lewin opens up about his multiple personalities, from the Maniac to the Purple Haze, and shares the inside story of his amazing career, including:
� Breaking into the wrestling business in 1953 at just 16 years old.
� Shooting to stardom at age 21 as part of a now legendary Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame¬�inducted tag team with Don Curtis, in which they headlined New York City�s fabled Madison Square Garden several times and became the very first holders of what is now known as the WWE Tag Team Title.
� Becoming one of the top singles stars in the business, eventually winning one of the three major world heavyweight titles from the legendary Lou Thesz.
� His successful tenure as a booker, in which he, among other accomplishments, single-handedly came up with and crafted the now much-copied war and invasion angles.
� Details of the groundbreaking and territory-popping feud with King Curtis Iaukea, in which they took their bloody, violent battles on the road for various promoters in need, becoming the true founders of hardcore wrestling in the process.
� The shocking and controversial implied devil-worshipping persona he and Kevin Sullivan developed, which took the wrestling world by storm�quite a feat during the �80s.
Through all of these stories and more, Mark explains how he constantly reinvented himself to stay fresh and current in the ever-changing world of professional wrestling, making this book a truly fascinating read from one of professional wrestling�s biggest�and most mysterious�stars.
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