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Bryan Alvarez Talks 10-Year Anniversary of ‘Death of WCW’

Bryan Alvarez Talks 10-Year Anniversary of ‘Death of WCW’

deathofwcwBryan Alvarez of Figure Four Online and WrestlingObserver.com talks about the revised and expanded version of his book “The Death of WCW: The 10-Year Anniversary” (along with co-author R.D. Reynolds) which comes out in early October, going back and reading the first book and things he may have forgotten about the company, how much new material is being added to the re-release of the book, the similarities between WVW and TNA Wrestling, why some of the same mistakes have been made, Vince Russo’s reaction of the book and his claim that he has never been asked to do an interview for the book, WWE going into the Money in the Bank PPV, the WWE Network and plenty more.

While “The Death of WCW: The 10-Year Anniversary” does not come out until October, you can pre-order the book now at Amazon.com by clicking here.  Follow Bryan on Twitter @bryanalvarez.

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Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse. He is a self-admitted nerd, a sports nut and lists Jack Bauer as his hero. You can email Brian at fritz@betweentheropes.com or follow him on Twitter @BrianFritz.

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