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A Timeline History
Hardcover, full color, 156 pages
Softcover, black & white, 152 pages

Hardcover, Full Color - $29.95

Softcover, Black & White - $14.95  $9.95!

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"... a nice slice of the apple pie that was Jim Crockett Promotions in the 1980s." 
- Mike Johnson,
" authoritative volume on the history of The Four Horsemen."
- Mike Mooneyham, Charleston Post & Courier
"The book serves as a journal of my years with the Four Horsemen."
- James J. Dillon

by Mike Mooneyham, Charleston Post & Courier
"Dick Bourne has done it again with his latest book on pro wrestling’s greatest stable....."
Wrestle Book Review
"Recommended to all ... it is a rare book that is both very easy to read and a comprehensive history."


Now available in a deluxe FULL COLOR Hardcover edition, as well as the traditional black & white paperback/softcover.

From the author of "Big Gold" and "Ten Pounds of Gold" comes a look back at the greatest faction in the history of professional wrestling: the Four Horsemen.

"Four Horsemen" is a complete month-by-month, year-by-year, linear timeline of the Horsemen, covering every version of the group and every member of each version over their thirteen years of existence.

From the glory days of Jim Crockett Promotions to the early WCW period to the Monday Nitro era, it’s all here in one concise timeline.

Every break-up and every reformation. All the championships. All the triumphs. All the betrayals. Month-by-month, year-by-year. It's the ultimate reference guide to wrestling's most infamous group, with clear timeline confirmations of keys dates and events.
Sample spreads from the Full Color Hardcover Edition.
Ric Flair, Ole and Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Lex Luger, Barry Windham, James J. Dillon, Sting, Brian Pillman, Steve McMichael, Dean Malenko and all the rest. Every wrestler, every manager, and every woman that walked the aisle with them.

Over 40 photographs, some rare, a few never published before.

They were pro wrestling’s greatest stable and the very foundation upon which every other great faction that followed was built. They were the Four Horsemen!
 "Four fingers up!"  - Bruce Mitchell,