Just on an end note, there are some wrestlers who I would love to see write an autobiography about their lives. The first one is Samoa Joe. An incredible wrestler, he is a man who speaks his mind and isn’t afraid to do so. I think a book by him would give the reader an in-depth look into the world of indie wrestling and the bigger stage of TNA. I would definitely buy it! Another I would like to see write a book is someone who tells it how it is; former WWE and TNA colour commentator Taz - as he has had years of experience and must have so many stories from ECW and the other promotions he has worked for, not to mention the wrestlers he has had the opportunity to work with. If C.M Punk were to write a biography I would certainly buy that one. Someone who I think would have brilliant stories to tell is TNA president Dixie Carter. She is a very intelligent woman who cares a great deal for her wrestlers and her fans (why else would she allow Bully Ray to power-bomb her through a table?!) and I would thoroughly enjoy reading about her life so far.
Well, that’s it for this week. I could have gone on and on and on but I had to call it a day at some point. I have a feeling that my wrestling chit-chat is not over for good though so stay tuned :)