If anyone asks the question ‘Which wrestling figure would you like to write their memoirs the most?’ there surely can only be one answer: Vince McMahon.
Imagine the masses and masses of amazing stories and details that could spill out of the brain of the most important figure in wrestling history.
A true autobiography is surely something that we will never see but it was confirmed today that we can soon expect the next best thing.
Author Abraham Riesman took to social media to announce that he is working on a biography of the WWE supremo.
Riesman’s previous work has included ‘True Believer: The Rise And Fall Of Stan Lee’ is working on the title to be published by Atria Books, a subsidiary of one of the world’s largest publishers, Simon And Schuster.
The short synopsis of the book reads:
“Ringmaster, a biography of Vince McMahon, who went from a dyslexic boy growing up in a trailer park to the iconoclastic Chairman and CEO of the multi-billion dollar WWE empire, with new reporting and exclusive interviews from those witnessed, aided, and suffered from his ascent.”
Clearly this book will not have any official co-operation from the man himself but there will likely be no shortage of friends and enemies willing to go on record with their stories of being in the orbit of McMahon.