Booker T Releasing Second Autobiography, Will Discuss Harlem Heat And More
|By Marc Middleton | March 25, 2013 | Comments|
NOW CAN YOU DIG THAT, SUCKA?
Chicago, Illinois — March 2013 — Just days after the announcement of Booker T. Huffman's upcoming induction into the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame, book publisher Medallion Press announces the April 2014 release of Huffman's professional wrestling autobiography, Booker T: My Rise to Wrestling Royalty (with Andrew William Wright).
Booker T. Huffman, who has held 35 major titles within WWE, WCW, and TNA, has decided it's time for his story of life inside the squared circle to be told.
After the release of his initial autobiography Booker T: From Prison to Promise (also with Andrew William Wright), which detailed Booker's struggles growing up after losing both of his parents, fans have eagerly awaited a wrestling-focused bio of his rise to becoming one of the most decorated champions in history.
Booker T: My Rise to Wrestling Royalty will chronicle the very beginnings of Harlem Heat, the tag team made up of Booker and his brother Stevie Ray, all the way through to Booker's memorable portrayal of royalty as King Booker, as well as all of the championship titles in between.
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