Author Abraham Riesman, writer of the Stan Lee biography, True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee, revealed his next big project is detailing the life and crimes…sorry…times of the infamous Vince McMahon.
Twice failed XFL owner and WWE’s chairman and CEO, Vince McMahon might be one of the most controversial and polarizing figures in wrestling, hell, maybe the whole world.
“I come bearing good news: I’m writing another book! This one’s a biography of Vince McMahon, the emperor of professional wrestling,” Riesman revealed on Instagram.
The book will be called Ringmaster and the blurb reveals a little about what fans can expect. “A biography of Vince McMahon, who went from a dyslexic boy growing up in a trailer park to the iconoclastic Chairman and CEO of the multi-billion dollar WWE empire,” it reads.
Love or hate him, people will forever remember the moment they first saw McMahon on television, whether as the Genetic Jackhammer, the Higher Power, ring announcer or the enigmatic Mr. McMahon calling John Cena the N-word.
Fawned over and criticized, McMahon’s life played out on-screen, in the media, and even in courtrooms, through rape and drug allegations, supporting Trump; the man is a mystery.
Does he really eat sandwiches with a fork? Has he never been grocery shopping? Does he only watch WWE programming? Does he only sleep four hours per night, at most?
Vince McMahon’s biography will release in 2022.