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From my personal collection. Condition is Very Good. Parallax, Vancouver, Canada. Brian Howell.

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Illustrated by Brian Howell. Ground fighting is taking the martial arts world by storm, but how do you get to the ground safely and end in a prone position?.

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Including the original "blow before throw" techniques banned from sport grappling at the beginning of the century. Mike Chapman is the founder and executive director of the International Wrestling Institute and Museum. He has authored 30 books, 17 of which are about wrestling. Wrestling Tough by Mike J. Fine Russian Book.

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Rock 'n' roll wrestler Count Dante recounts his seven years in an incredibly strange fight club.

Book contains a lot of drawings. The Wrestling by Simon Garfield. Simon Garfield was born in Author Simon Garfield. Title The Wrestling. Format Paperback. Margaret Thatcher once wrote adoringly to Big Daddy, and Frank Sinatra told Giant Haystacks that British wrestlers were the best entertainers in the world.

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This book has been read but is in good condition. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Binding may have minimal wear. No missing pages. Life's greatest battles don't happen in the ring.

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    Why did you decide to broaden your investigation beyond geeky cons?


    BC: Some of that was financial to be honest. My original idea was just to go to comic book conventions, large and small, all over the U. I still did a bit of traveling though. I went to Portland for a Twilight convention, and I had to go to Vegas. Also, the whole book ends more-or-less in Washington D. EG: Talk about your past experiences going to cons as a fan, as a younger man.

    What did they mean to you? Like so many other nerds of the time, my parents tried to discourage me from being so fanatical about science fiction and comic books, but at cons I saw adults in the industry who had success writing comic books or even selling them. EG: The photos of you with Mr T that is you, right? Jack Kirby and Stan Lee are amazing. You totally dwarf Kirby and Lee!

    You are a big dude.

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    BC: Thanks! I dwarf Mr. Stan is sitting in that pic. At Big Wow Comics Fest in San Jose where that pic of me and Stan was taken, I was told that people paid to have their pictures taken with him including me. He poses for six photos a minute, so I only got 10 seconds with Stan the Man. Fandom had been as much or more of a faith to me than Catholicism ever was, and with Comic-Con on my schedule for the conventions book project, I was set to go on the major pilgrimage of a faith that I no longer quite shared. Can you discuss? So many people around me are in a state of elation, almost religious ecstasy over seeing trailers for upcoming superhero blockbusters.

    I used to get that worked up at fan cons over seeing George Takei eating a chicken dinner or even seeing the preview of the animated Batman show at Comic-Con in the early s. I will say this though: Legendary Pictures has this big Godzilla exhibit somewhere around here to hype their upcoming American Godzilla reboot. I hear they have the original oxygen destroyer that Dr. Serizawa uses to destroy the monster in the original Godzilla King of Monsters in Think about the Conspiracy Con for a moment.

    These are people who should never want to gather all in one place because then the CIA or the Free Masons or the reptilian aliens can get to them. BC: Right now, Comic-Con has worlds within worlds. Across from it is a pirate ship hyping the new Black Sails show on Starz with one guy tied to the mast, and then Snoopy is posing for pics a couple of booths over. EG: It seems conventions partly satisfy our urge to see, hear and interact with our heroes in the flesh, be they George Takei or Gene Simmons or a religious leader. Why are we compelled to meet our heroes in person?