Heath McCoy is a pop culture reporter and rock critic for the "Calgary Herald." His coverage of Stampede Wrestling won a Western Canadian Magazine Award. He lives in Calgary, Alberta.
"The title says it all and this book delivers." --thefightnetwork.com "Riveting story detailing the rise, fall, and rebirth of the Hart wrestling dynasty." --About.com "[This] collection of stories has been widely considered as the most in-depth coverage of the territory." "--SLAM! Sports" "An excellent read, well-researched, wonderfully written . . . and brutally honest, balanced and filled with real passion. . . . A must-read." --411mania.com "I couldn't put the book down. . . . Brutally honest, its depth, getting into so many of the key personalities and stories, is amazing." --Dave Meltzer, "Wrestling Observer" "McCoy deftly resurrects the iconic status that Stu Hart's family once enjoyed among wrestling fans worldwide. . . . A wild blood-on-the-mat saga and a powerful drama that will captivate readers." --"Miami Herald" "I can't say enough good things about [this book]. This is easily one of the top five wrestling books of all time and I recommend everyone pick up a copy today and read it. You will love it just as much as I did." --Online World of Wrestling "Throughout the tale, you meet wild and wacky characters like the McGuire brothers tag team, who made the Guinness World Book of Records as the world's heaviest twins. . . . Or a guy who tried to drink Canada dry (not easy considering the size of Canada) and a man who kept a bear in his house until one day he forgot to lock the cage!" --"NY Daily News" "The title says it all and this book delivers." -thefightnetwork.com