Friday, December 13, 2019

Rickard reviews "The Mid-Atlantic Championship"

"The Mid-Atlantic Championship book is so good you can hear the crowd cheering and smell the popcorn."  - Michael Rickard

So says author Mike Rickard, who recently reviewed "The Mid-Atlantic Championship" for Canadian Bulldog's World website. Being a bit of a popcorn fanatic, I like that sentiment.

Mike has reviewed several of our books over the years and I genuinely appreciate his support of my book projects. This time he takes a look at my most recent book in a series of title histories of some of the great championships for Jim Crockett Promotions in the 1970s and 1980s.

Review: The Mid-Atlantic Championship
by Mike Rickard for Canadian Bulldog's World 

Mike also fantasy-booked a huge tournament to determine the "Greatest U.S. Champion of All-Time", focusing on the wrestlers who held the Crockett's version of the U.S. championship during the the life of that title. (Follow this link to the finals, which also includes a complete list of links to all the matches in the tournament.)

Mike Rickard is the author of "Wrestling's Greatest Moments", as well as the autobiographical "Laughing All the Way to the Bank (Robbery): How An Attorney Survived Prison" and the new novel "Flunky: Pawns and  Kings." His website is located at

For more information on the book 'The Mid-Atlantic Championship", visit the Mid-Atlantic Gateway Book Store