JR's book

anybody else really disappointed with it???

There were some good parts talking about his early days, but once it got to his WCW and WWF days, there was 0 substance to it. He didn't go in depth into anything, and glossed over pretty much everything. Montreal go about 6 pages, but other than that everything got like 2 pages max. There was so much I wanted him to go in depth on, and he would compress it all into a 1 paragraph. He tried to put to much in under the word limit.

I can't remember a wrestling book I was this disappointed in. Won't be picking up his second until I see it on sale at a garage sale for $2.

Didnt read it. I remember The Rock's being really fucking weird and beyond ghost written. Some chapters were in his words it seemed, and other in character. What a mess.