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Thursday, November 29, 2007

Fight And Fishing, Who Would Have Thought?


'The Last Great Fight' by Joe Layden. I am not a fan of boxing, but I do love a good story, and this eBook delivers, big time. The author crafts this tale of two men using the historic 1990 championship fight between Mike Tyson and Buster Douglas as not only the pivotal point in their lives, but also, as the title suggests, as the end of boxing in popular consciousness. I highly, highly recommended for boxing fans and for others who, like me, simply love a rich, engrossing story.

'Fishing On The Edge' by Several…Mike Iaconelli, Brian Kamenetzky, Andrew Kamenetzky. I found this eBook to be quite informative about the unexpectedly interesting sport of professional bass angling. The book is primarily about his journey from fun fisher to world champion professional angler. As it turns out, this backstage tour of a sport takes you through many hard times, uncertainty, emotions, personal growth, and (of course) gossip. This is not a bass fishing how-to guide, rather an entertaining behind the scenes look into the life of bass fishing's most electric star. Ike is the driving force behind bass fishing's surge into the mainstream and this well-written account of Ike's rise to stardom tells his story in a witty and readable style. There is a Coupon Code below for you to use at checkout to receive a Discount on either of these two eBook Titles.

The Last Great Fight : The Extraordinary Tale of Two Men and How One Fight Changed Their Lives Forever (Mobipocket) eBook edition by Layden, Joe
 It is considered by many to be the biggest upset in the history of boxing: James "Buster" Douglas knocked out then-undefeated Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson in the 10th round in 1990 when the dominating and intimidating Tyson was considered invincible. THE LAST GREAT FIGHT takes readers not only behind the scenes of this epic battle, but inside the lives of two men, their ambitions, their dreams, the downfall of one and the rise of another.
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Who would have thought that going fishing for bass would make a big time sport. Big enough that ESPN would buy the national organization and use their promotional power to make it even bigger. And with prizes in the $100,000 range, it isn't up to basketball or the other huge sports, but it certainly isn't just peanuts any more.
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