Reports have surfaced Vince McMahon could finally set the record straight on his life and building his entertainment empire through professional wrestling via a memoir. Speak New York Postthe president of WWE sells the manuscript to publishers. Their sources say it’s similar to memoirs written by Phil Knight, Shoe Dog: Memoirs of the Creator of Nike. This fits with Vince’s change of heart in bringing us behind the curtain with several other projects such as the A&E documentary series biographies and the rumored project with VICE.
Vince McMahon is working on his memoir
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Based on this, the source said, “There have been other bios about him and WWE in the past, but a lot of it is his memoir told in his voice about his rise and his life.” Vince’s potential manuscript would be represented by a literary agency named Vigliano Associates; they worked with mike tyson, Kevin Garnett and Mark Messier on previous projects. Outside of the sports world, they have also worked with singers Trisha Yearwood and Willie Nelson. However, to date WWE and Vigliano Associates have not returned multiple requests for comment on this development, so it remains in the speculative realm. If that materialized, however, many people in the wrestling world would be lining up with tongues wagging, eager to see how Vince McMahon portrays the events of his life and WWE.
In addition to this supposed project, there is an unauthorized biography of the president which will be printed in the spring of 2023. Author Abraham Reisman has teamed up with Simon & Shuster to publish “Mister Loyal”; all about the undisputed champion of professional wrestling companies. Reisman, a journalist who has written for several outlets such as Vulture and New York Magazine, also wrote True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee.
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