WWE Encyclopedia – Seeped in Wrestling Nostalgia
Wrestling as a sport has always bedazzled us. The awe-inspiring ways of the perfectly sculpted and at times terribly oversized human beasts has done a lot to engage our hearts and mind. It’s a true sense of vicarious pleasure and the organization which has done the most in this regard is WWE. WWE surely deserves a quality encyclopedia and that is exactly what publisher “Brady Games” have given us. It’s a thrilling encyclopedia of 300 pages flushed with the nostalgias of 60’s and 70’s up to the present day razzmatazz.
The “pedia” contains 700 WWE entries and a colossal library of over 2500 images. It covers almost all the superstars pertaining to whichever era. The star list as well as their performances over the years is well cited. The neat USP of the WWE encyclopedia is the way in which it has registered all the WWE moves. Each move is being given a special treatment and is beautifully illustrated to let us laymen feel the intricacy behind what looks so easy apparently.
Its visual dynamics is unimaginable. The encyclopedia is a one-stop solution to all who have been seeking a reference guide to what they may have missed or never heard of. The progress of WWE to its near-cult standard today is well encapsulated in the WWE encyclopedia.
It has covered all; The Survivor Series, The Royal Rumble, The Wrestle Mania, the manic battles for the World Wrestling Title and Hardcore Championships. It also spans well over the television coverage that brought the game to point of familiarity