{Textbooks} Under the Mat : Inside Wrestling's Greatest FamilyAuthor Diana Hart – Avengersinfinitywarfullmovie.de

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10 thoughts on “Under the Mat : Inside Wrestling's Greatest Family

  1. Aaron Aaron says:

    Poorly written and badly organized riddled with easily corrected misspellings and factual errors A strange and troubled glimpse inside the Hart clan and their feuds following Owen s death.


  2. Katie Katie says:

    ridiculous, mean spirited, and inaccurate but a fun read


  3. Krista Krista says:

    Under the Mat is a story of the Hart family, well known to wrestling fans as arguably the most important family in the history of the sport It was written by Diana Hart, most easily identified as the sister to Bret Hart and Owen Hart, sister in law to Jim Neidhart, and wife to the British Bulldog As she notes early in the book, her father did not want the women in the family to be a visible part of the business It was also disavowed by the very same Diana Hart, who claimed her co writer m Under the Mat is a story of the Hart family, well known to wrestling fans as arguably the most important family in the history of the sport It was written by Diana Hart, most easily identified as the sister to Bret Hart and Owen Hart, sister in law to Jim Neidhart, and wife to the British Bulldog As she notes early in the book, her father did not want the women in the family to be a visible part of the business It was also disavowed by the very same Diana Hart, who claimed her co writer made up most of the stories.What s good maybe The book certainly doesn t hesitate to illustrate the relentless drugs, alcohol, violence, sexual abuse, and general misbehavior that took place at the highest levels of the business It also highlights the extent to which the wrestling world is interrelated both in reality and in terms of extended relationships What s not good The book is just terribly written as if someone taped another person drunkenly rambling along There is no flow, no connection between paragraphs heck, even connections within paragraphs This had to have been a self publishing effort, which is why I am surprised anyone bothered to sue over it as Owen s wife, Martha, allegedly did As for the truth of the stories here or not when reading some, the truth is obvious When reading others largely referring to the implied jealousy aimed at the author , it s a biteyebrow raising The author s reaction to the material is telling, too Note She barely goes after a brother who was moving in on pre teens when he was nearly 40 So, take the book for what it is A mish mash of some truthful bits and a lotquestionable material


  4. Melissa Warner Melissa Warner says:

    This book was quite the blast into the past for me I ve always been interested in the Hart family because I grew up watching WWF yes, F, not E and Bret Hart was my favorite wrestler Looking back I find it interesting how involved everyone in that family was in wrestling, even the lesser known 9 other brothers and sisters I have no interest in wrestling any, but I heard this book was ridiculous, disgusting and completely false so naturally I had to read it I found the book hard to follo This book was quite the blast into the past for me I ve always been interested in the Hart family because I grew up watching WWF yes, F, not E and Bret Hart was my favorite wrestler Looking back I find it interesting how involved everyone in that family was in wrestling, even the lesser known 9 other brothers and sisters I have no interest in wrestling any, but I heard this book was ridiculous, disgusting and completely false so naturally I had to read it I found the book hard to follow because it had no flow at all Her stories were told as if she was trying just to rat out things her family did, not as a genuine person looking to share a story Either way I wasn t moved enough to hold anything against the people discussed in the book and I m still okay with Bret Hart being my first celebrity crush hero


  5. A.M. Torres A.M. Torres says:

    The main reason I rated this as high as I did is because I found it so entertaining I love reading anything regarding the Hart family and this was a crazy account A lot of things here were probably not true but it was great trashy reading I recommend it for anyone who wants trashy reading on the Harts and this makes you shake your head, make you laugh and just say wow Read it A.M Torres Author of Love Child


  6. Ray Daley Ray Daley says:

    Tom Billington The Dynamite Kid Jim The Anvil Neidhart really don t come out of this account very well, by all accounts according to Diana they are both complete bastards.Davey gets a bad name from this too and as he is no longer alive to present his own side it s a tad unfair.Most of this is Diana talking about the rest of her family, you don t learn much about her or Davey really Tom Billington The Dynamite Kid Jim The Anvil Neidhart really don t come out of this account very well, by all accounts according to Diana they are both complete bastards.Davey gets a bad name from this too and as he is no longer alive to present his own side it s a tad unfair.Most of this is Diana talking about the rest of her family, you don t learn much about her or Davey really


  7. Juxhin Deliu Juxhin Deliu says:

    Undefendable publication, a total stunt released to get some publicity in the midst of Hart s tragedies Full of lies, exaggerations and false recollections Even Diana himself admitted this was only made in order to get attention and keep Vince MacMahon s good graces To say biased would be the least.


  8. The Book Hermit The Book Hermit says:

    Distasteful at times and hard to believe the rest of the time.


  9. Steven Logan Steven Logan says:

    Not the best written book,but it s hard to put down.


  10. Melody Melody says:

    It skipped around a lot and seemed a little too biased to me.