Billy Kidman: The Shooting Star

(Kindle/Paperback – March 2014)

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Billy Kidman The Shooting Star_cover

Publisher: Palm Tree Books

ISBN-10: 0615961614
ISBN-13: 978-0615961613

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Billy Kidman carved out a career as one of World Championship Wrestling’s and World Wrestling Entertainment’s most exciting cruiserweights. A solid in-ring worker for little over a decade, he enjoyed success as a multiple-time cruiserweight and tag team champion during the 1990‘s and early 2000‘s.

Kidman wrestled for several American and overseas independent promotions after being released from WWE and then became a trainer and occasional wrestler for Florida Championship Wrestling (now NXT). Now retired from the ring, he works as a producer at WWE events in the Gorilla Position.

Billy Kidman: The Shooting Star contains updated and some never before revealed information behind the story of an underrated and underappreciated talent who achieved success in several aspects of the wrestling business before age 40.

DISCLAIMER: This book was not prepared,‭ ‬approved,‭ ‬licensed or endorsed by Peter Gruner,‭ ‬Jr.,‭ ‬World Wrestling Entertainment‭ (‬WWE‭)‬,‭ ‬members of WWE,‭ ‬or any other wrestling organization.


Life Subject to Change

(Kindle/Paperback – February 2014)


Publisher: Palm Tree Books

ISBN-13: 978-0615944920
ISBN-10: 0615944922

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