Reviews on NXT Books
Reviews on NXT Books
NXT has become its own band. NXT should not be viewed as talent development but as unknown territory for an up in comer in the world of professional wrestling. NXT is now one of the hottest brands from WWE. Here are the most current books about NXT.
NXT: The Future Is Now by Jon Robinson
This book is by far one of the most informative and educational books when it comes to the brand. It provides great insight in the development process as well as the history of the brand. In NXT: The Future Is Now it goes over Paul Levesque (Triple H) vision of the brand. The book also provides a look into the WWE Performance Center. The WWE Performance Center is where a lot of these new talented wrestlers receive coaching, training, and work on their in ring characters.
Please take a look at Breaking Ground which can be viewed on the WWE Network channel.
You also receive some interviews from NXT trainers, Triple H, and Superstars that have been in NXT.
This book is a light read but it is hard to put down. For any true sports entertainments this is an awesome book, which depicts the glorious arrival of the NXT brand.
NXT: The Future Is Now is an eye opener to anyone unfamiliar with the sport of professional wrestling. It explains the hard-hitting training that it takes to become or be a WWE Superstar.
Featured in this book you will receive plenty of high quality photos. Also it greatly compliments the DVD/Blu Ray release of NXT Greatest Matches which I will also review at a later time.
Development Hell: The NXT Story by Michael Sidgwick
Development Hell, is not an official WWE book. It is written a former Power Slam and WhatCulture.com writer.
The book is not amazing but not terrible. I some the book up as just OK. The book has a lot of description. The detail description of some of the matches makes the book drag a bit.
However, the book does cover NXT from the beginning. In this book you will read about the beginnings of Ohio Valley Wrestling, Memphis Power Pro, Deep South Wrestling, and .
The book can be a bit of a bore due to the technicality of the book. However, it is easier to follow if you are a long term wrestling fan or have knowledge of technical moves and the art form of professional wrestling.
If you are new to the industry of sports entertainment, you are more than free to check out this book. However be warned you might need to have access to your phone, lap top, or tablet to look up some of these terms, when it comes to match detailed descriptions.
I highly suggest anyone who wants to be in the industry of sports entertainment to check out both of these books. They both will provide you with a great understanding of what it takes to make it in this industry.
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