The Roman Reigns
In his most recent book, The Roman Reigns: Making Raw Revolution, Seth Riggs does an excellent job of chronicling the dramatic rise of Roman Reigns from star wrestler to WWE Hall of Famer.
While he has already written three books, The Handbook, The Best of Professional Wrestling, and A History of Professional Wrestling, this is the first book to cover the entire career of Roman Reigns, as he is now a WWE World Heavyweight champion.
What makes this book so special is that it not only covers the history of the WWE but also goes into detail on how he got to where he is today, as well as offering some insight on what may be in store for him in the future.
The main storyline revolves around Roman’s rise to the top of the company, but the book doesn’t skip from that point, instead of picking up after he left the company. He returns to WWE, where he is billed as the new face of the company and even gets a shot on Raw with Triple H.
The Rotation continues with him going against the older wrestlers of the company, but they are more than willing to obey him.
The Rotation also features several former WWE stars, including Triple H, Randy Orton, and Ric Flair. The book includes several matches that were used in the very first WWE pay-per-view, such as “The Miz Beats Big” and “Ace Crackdown.”
The book even includes an interview with A-Train, which provides insight into his infamous match with Randy Orton.
As with all of Seth Solomon’s previous books, The Handbook offers tons of inside information on the inner workings of the company as well as what is going on backstage.
He even includes some hilarious anecdotes throughout the book that will make for interesting reading.
While some subjects are quite serious such as business deals and contracts, there are also plenty of games and locker-room talk that provide entertaining conversation.
The Handbook also provides lots of great photos from some of WWE’s major events, as well as some behind-the-scenes shots of the crew at home and on the road. Overall, this is a great little book that highlights all the fun that is involved with being a wrestler and a fan of the company.