take another looks how times the author uses the disclaimer "A Story:" (or something like that) before each crazy story.
so, i'm sure the author would say it's all true that someone told him these stories...but, as for the stories actually being true, they are no cross-referenced reputable sources.
i would be more disappointed with the publisher who put questionable materials into print.
my review is identical to bob's---it's "crap".
read stuart barker's book instead--it has a few minor errors, but nothing as intentionally inflammatory as Leigh Montville - Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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: the rolling stone deal I figure that is
: true the
: y were there too cant say they wernt yes
: you are
: Right Arum a flesh user read the book the
: and times of Irish mickey ward his name is
: ioned in it they were giving the fighter
: bull cr
: ap fights and top rank just said okay
: anyways dident the e true hollywood story
: say th
: at ek like to drink and gamble a lot linda
: that also in the film too why dont you
: belive ek
: was drunk at the canyon jump ? Im not trying
: start any fights ither just my two cents
: you put it Ek was still a cool dude
: Plus Iam wondering who the guy interviewd to
: John Hood and Ray Gunn section going in the
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