Ever wonder what really happened to WCW, how it was working for people who didn't have a clue about the business or what about the backstage politics of WCW. Well Eric Bischoff a guy who was actually gives you a first hand account of what happened in WCW from the lowest of lows to the highest of highs to the merger that ended up killing the company. He shares his opinion on people like Bill Watts, Savage, Hogan, Nash, Hall, Sting, DDP, Ross, Dusty Rhodes, & many, many others. Also Eric expresses his opinion on many top ranking officials that worked at Turner Broadcasting during the mid 90's. But it is not all about wrestling as it wasn't the only thing he did in his life.
He also wasn't a fan until he started to become a partner with Verene Gagne in Minnesota that he became infatuated with the business. Also he mentions the end of AWA how it really and how being their till the end hurt him and his family. Give fans some insight on why the NWO story was successful for so long & why WCW became so popular. Breaking into WCW and the screw ups they hired as WCW President or Executive Producer before him. How bad the company was ran when he first came in and.
When the timetable allows it Eric also expresses his opinion on Vince Russo and what Eric's side of the story is pertaining to the Bash at the Beach 2000 incident. He allows elaborates on how close he and his partners came to purchasing WCW back in 2001 & what stopped them. The last thing he discuss coming over to WWE and how shocked the stars were that Vince brought him in. The things that he believes helped kill WCW whether it was the politics, corporate merger, executive backing, any number of reasons he touches on them all in this book.

It is a really great read for anyone that wants to know about the past and what i will go out on a limb and say is the true story to a point, the real story of what happened to the company that was once on top & then got knock down by themselves.