The next in the series looks at the boom of Toronto wrestling

What they are saying 

This was a really enjoyable read if you’re into the history of Toronto wrestling and the key people involved running the city. Tons of historical notes on attendance, ups and downs in the city, the good and bad of The Sheik from ‘69-‘77, the Mid-Atlantic years and into the WWF’s foothold from ‘84 onward.
-John Pollock. Post Wrestling 

Andrew, congrats on publishing this well-researched and wonderfully insightful new book about Toronto and Ontario wrestling history.
-M Ward. freelance writer and artist

So much information on the great history of Toronto’s Maple Leaf Wrestling. Its roots its glory years and in-depth study on Two of Toronto’s most nefarious wrestling characters. It will be a great reference guide for anyone interested in learning more about Maple Leaf Wrestling as we know it today!
-W Maidment. via Facebook

Fantastic! Really enjoyed this book. Me and my Dad used to sit in the reds at MLG above the ramp to the ring. Brought back some great memories and learned a lot about the history and the players involved in the Toronto wrestling scene. I highly recommend this book to any wrestling fan!!
-MD Free. Amazon review