Mick Foley is one of the best ring performers in the past thirty years. I say that because I've been watching wrestling for the past thirty years (admittedly, starting at the ripe old age of four). As Cactus Jack, Mankind, and Dude Love, he created three of the most memorable wrestling personas I can think of.
When Mick first debuted in 1991 on World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as Cactus Jack, I was legitimately terrified of the man. His matches were full of brutality, acrobatics unexpected of a man his size, and enough overacting you believed the man had a screw loose. The actual Mick Foley is pretty much the opposite of eccentric characters. He's a dorky quirky guy who has a near-endless amount of funny stories to share about his fellow wrestlers. Have a Nice Day is the first of three autobiographies he's written and the largest at about seven hundred and fifty pages. It chronicles Mick's life from his Bloomington, Indiana childhood to his first retirement in...
Very entertaining book. After purchasing this 6 months ago I finally got around to reading it. I would find myself unable to put the book down for hours. My one gripe with the book, would be that my copy had a printing issue where half of chapter 26 and the entirty of chapter 27 & 28 where missing from my book and instead replaced with pages 371 through 402 that I had previously read in the book. Nonetheless, I loved the book and found it entertaining, but do wish that I would be able to read the book in its entirety the way it was meant to be read. How will I ever sleep at night not knowing what happen during Foley vs Sabu? Oh well, definitely recommend it anyways!
Mick Foley's Have a Nice Day is by far the very best wrestling book to date. I have read many: Hulk Hogan, Jerry 'The King' Lawler, Eric Bischoff, Shawn Michaels, The Road Warriors, 'Nature Boy' Ric Flair and also his other book Foley is good and the real world is faker than professional wrestling. But none of them is anywhere near as good as Have a Nice Day. The paperback is the best version, because it covers past what was to be his retirement match. The wrestlers he's wrestled and rubbed/thrown elbows with is an encyclopedia of who's who in wrestling. He covers everything: graduating and going to college, women, roommates, wrestling school, doing indy shows, traveling abroad, traveling and bunking with other wrestlers, family, ECW, WCW, WWF, king of the death match, losing limbs, the loss of Owen Hart, the montreal screw job, lost in Cleveland and just so much more. If you count yourself a fan of books and/or wrestling and/or autobiographies, than buy this book. If not for you,...
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