It's Good to be the King

Version: Abridged
Author: Jerry Lawler
Narrator: Jerry Lawler
Genres: Sports & Recreation, Biography & Memoir, Sports, Other
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Published In: December 2002
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 2 hours
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Overview

It's Good To Be The King...Sometimes is a no-holds-barred personal account from the "puppies"-pantin' King of oneliners, who steps out from behind the announcer's desk of WWE™ Raw® to hold court about everything. His passion for art that first drew him to the ring of a rundown West Memphis movie theater over thirty years ago. The comic adventures and tragic bumps endured journeying down the "Music Highway" of Interstate 40 with the National Wrestling Alliance. Earning his royal personage in the Bluff City of the Mighty Mississippi against his own mentor, "Fabulous" Jackie Fargo.

It's time you lackeys pay heed as the King reveals the schemes and outrageous storylines to many of wrestling's most fantastic theatrics and all-too-real moments. Lawler tells of his legendary "feud" with Andy Kaufman. Be sure to honor his royal proclamations regarding former wives, and his mother's opinion of wrestling; and the body part he truly worships on a WWE™ Diva.

Reviews (1)

Count me out

Written by Tom from Lafayette on August 22nd, 2007

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Unless you are a huge, huge fan of wrestling or the "King" do not bother with this one. If you fit the above categories then by all means indulge in these two discs.