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From its humble beginnings in the Midwest after World War II to its worldwide expansion and eventual dominance of a $25-million-a-year industry,В the National Wrestling Alliance's (NWA) rise and fall is detailed in this dramaticВ tale. While celebrating the great achievements of star wrestlers like Lou Thesz, Ed ''Strangler'' Lewis, and Buddy Rogers, this history also exposes the inner workings of wrestling, describing inВ detailВ the Department of Justice's investigation of the NWA's operating procedures.В The comprehensive study of NWA promoters and how their relationships to influential politicians, writers, and each other protected their interests for more than 50 years offers an inside look at wrestling's complicated legacy,В revealing the intricateВ conspiracies ofВ this century-old brand of entertainment.
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