Wrestling fans, at least most of them, have not lived through many of the significant aspects of wrestling history. Many scower the Internet to dig up old matches and storylines. The Instant Queue of their Netflix account is filled with wrestling documentaries. However, nothing quite helps someone understand wrestling history quite like wrestling literature.
The wrestling book barely existed a decade ago, but has really grown into its own genre. Now, there are so many autobiographies, memoirs and exposes. Any significant event in wrestling history, be it behind the scenes or a public storyline, is being documented in wrestling books. To truly understand wrestling history, read up on these 15 books that every wrestling fan should read.