[PDF/EBOOK] Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE


  • Hardcover
  • 343
  • Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE
  • Shawn Michaels
  • English
  • 10 June 2020
  • 9780743493802

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Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE

Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE Free read Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Winning and losing Heels and babyfaces Klis and Curtain Calls Tearing down house shows and tearing up hotel rooms Ladders and cages Vacated titles and unwarranted suspensions Works and screwjobs Heartaches and backbreaks Forced retirements and redemption Rock 'n' roll and Graceland There are two sides to every story; for Shawn Michaels there is Heartbreak TriumphWorld Wrestling Entertainment fans think they know The Heartbreak Kid He's The Showstopper who pushes his high flying abilities to the limit in the suared circle on ladders and in steel cages He's the company's first Grand Slam champion And of course he's forever the guy who conspired with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon to screw Bret Hitman Hart out of the WWE Championship in Montreal at Survivor Series on November 9 1997But that's the side HBK has allowed you to seeuntil now Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story introduces us to Michael Shawn Hickenbottom Everyone called me Shawn the youngest of four children whose really conservative upbringing made him shy and afraid that people wouldn't like me if I showed who I really was But upon discovering Southwest Championship Wrestling SWCW on TV one Saturday night the preteen Hickenbottom realized instantly what he wanted to become and years later would convince his father a colonel in the US Air Force to let him drop out of college and pursue his. great book One of my favorite wrestlers ever from the 1990 s I was a fan of all fans I would dance to his music collect magazine covers I loved his ring gear music attitude and humor especially in DX I ve watched several of his DVD s but this is the first time I read his book I learned a lot about HBK One can argue that he is still cocky in this book but one can not deny what he does in the ring The fact that he put John Cena overmany times is a reason to be a fan he jobbed to some who he shouldn t haveAnyways some great insight into his life and how things got started in WWE how he first met many of his buddies the formation of factions issues with Marty Drugs the parties Everything is told through Shawns eyes and he takes his time writing it giving us a detailed story And then there s Bret Hart After years I was finally able to hear the real story of what happened in Montreal I felt the stress of Shawn getting to me Much credit to him I could never have lived with the guiltThere is a uote in this book that couldn t be any truer and showed me that hey Shawn really does know the business and what s going on today That s one of the problems with the business now we put titles on guys hopping that it s going to get them over You need to get over first than get the title The IC title has lost its meaning because it never gets defended same with the US title They slap the belt on someone for months and months but never have the defend it in hopes that the belt will get the individual over it failsI really liked his transformation into a Christian I could tell he was different when he returned in the mid 2000 s He really did act like a new born person And I am glad you look at the long list of wrestlers lives that drugs have taken Shawn could have been one of them hadn t God brought his wife into his life and prayed so much for himContinue praying to the lord and talking to him reading his word and letting him talk to you You can t have a relationship with somebody once a week at church it s an everyday thing

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Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE Free read Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DreamFrom there Hickenbottom fully recounts the events that led to Shawn Michaels's tutelage under Mexican wrestler Jose Lothario; working matches at Mid South Wrestling under the guidance of Terry Taylor and the Rock 'n' Roll Express's Robert Gibson RickyMorton; flying high with Marty Jannetty as The Midnight Rockers in the American Wrestling Association AWA; and how a barroom confrontation in Buffalo almost prevented the tandem from ever joining the World Wrestling Federation The Rockers would drop the Midnight and climb to the top of a tough World Wrestling Federation tag team division in the late 1980s though Michaels confesses how a fear of abandonment stagnated his desire to participate in singles competition pressured him into a marriage he wasn't ready for and drove him to drinking heavily and downing pills just to get through the dayWith the impact of some Sweet Chin Music Michaels's Superkick finisher Heartbreak Triumph expresses the sour note that dissolved Michaels's partnership with Jannetty and started his transformation into The Heartbreak Kid You'll learn firsthand of the unfair allegation that brought about HBK's classic Ladder match with Razor Ramon at WrestleMania X I lost the match but I made my career; the incident in Syracuse that set the stage for Shawn's unbelievable comeback victories at Royal Rumble 1996 and in the Iron Man WWE. Great story about a man who overcame his demons and turned to God for the answer

Read Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE

Heartbreak Triumph The Shawn Michaels Story WWE Free read Ø PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Championship match with Bret Hart at WrestleMania XII; and how his escalating backstage feud with Hart inadvertently built toward the formation of D Generation X as well as the first ever Hell in a Cell contest against The Undertaker at Badd Blood in October 1997Beyond the suared circle Michaels clears the air about his days running with The Kli Kevin Nash Diesel Scott Hall Razor Ramon Paul Levesue Triple H and Sean Waltman The 1 2 3 Kid their contributions to WWE's wildly successful Attitudeera and the conseuences of their uncharacteristic Madison Suare Garden Curtain Call in May 1996 And for the first time anywhere Michaels shoots completely straight about his role in the biggest scandal in wrestling history the infamous Montreal Screwjob at Survivor Series 1997While reliving the crippling back injury that forced him to retire in his prime following his WWE Championship loss at WrestleMania XIV Michaels credits the new loves in his life his second wife Rebecca his children and his newfound faith with giving him the strength to kick his habit recover physically and make a jubilant return to the ring at SummerSlam 2002 in a Street Fight against best friend Triple H no less Now back on top and doing what he enjoys most the WWE Superstar regards Heartbreak Triumph as the perfect means to review my life and attempt to figure out how I became the person I. My main takeaway from this is that dudes SUCKSo much of this book concerns the backstage politics of wrestling which is fair given the fact that Shawn Michael s is known for his out of the ring antics almost as much as he is known for his in ring talent And honestly all of the backstage stuff sounds exhausting There s a lot of bragging and backstabbing and scheming all of it motivated by a mixture of ambition envy and ego And in the right context I would find all that to be fascinating Hell one reason why I read books about politics and politicians is because that sort of Machiavellian action has always been appealing to me But here it just reads as petty and a big part of that is because a lot of it comes from a very boring source masculine insecurityThe wrestlers don t seem to be able to handle any sort of emotion with any level of maturity When someone gets hurt they gossip about how they are faking it when someone succeeds they bitch that it was unearned when someone fails they gloat It s all very predictable and it isn t very nuanced it s exactly what you would expect from a super macho basic bitch who can t admit what they are really feeling because doing so would make them seem weak A Machiavellian scheme is compelling when it s dastardly when the entirety of the scheme is I m going to suck up to the boss when no one is looking because I absolutely have to be the center of attention but I don t want everyone to know that I m needy well then it is just sadThat said a big part of my dissatisfaction is that I read this at the wrong time of my life I m only reading this now because I happened to find this at a used bookstore a few days before my birthday and I happened to know that I share a birthday with ol HBK so it seemed like a sign from the universe that now was the time to give this a chance but I haven t watched wrestling in a decade and a half and my understanding of masculinity has really evolved since the last time that I attended a WWE event I probably would have felt very differently about this if I had read it back when it was published when I was still sorta nostalgic for wrestling I definitely would have had different feelings about the Chris Benoit chapters if I had read this when it was hot off the presses back before he killed his entire family himself But at this point in my life I don t really have much use for any sort of performative aggression either emotional or physical so that means I don t really have much business reading the autobiography of a man who is eual parts diva athlete and entertainer