New Book: MapleLeafWrestling.com presents

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


From Nanjo to The Sheik: Tales from Toronto Wrestling was an actual education in 
Toronto’s squared circle history.  
-Griff Henderson 

For Toronto wrestling fans this is a ‘must have’ book. So much great info.
-Jeff Marek Sports TV & Radio, LAW

The rich history of professional wrestling in Ontario comes alive in chaotic detail in a new book by a pair of 
veteran Canadian wrestling journalists..
-Marshall Ward. for Slam Wrestling

Expertly researched and interestingly compiled, would recommend to any wrestling historians (the dates, title histories and trivia are tops) as well as anyone with an interest in Toronto / Canadian wrestling history.
-Nicholas Campbell, Author 'Falls, Brawls and Town Halls: The History of Professional Wrestling in Northern Ireland'

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

I really enjoyed this book, learned a lot about MLG wrestling, good read.
-Mark Bujan

So much information on the great history of Toronto’s Maple Leaf Wrestling. It will be a great reference guide for anyone interested in learning more about Maple Leaf Wrestling as we know it today!
-Wes Maidment 

Wanted to connect to let you know how much I enjoyed From Nanjo to the Sheik. It’s great!
-Vern May

Thanks to all of the fans who said they enjoyed the book. 
-AC



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