New E-Book: KB’s History of ECW Pay Per Views

We’re going back to the 90s this time as we take a look at the twenty one original ECW pay per views. The company was the kind of independent wrestling at the time and reaching a national audience was the next step. The solution was to get on pay per view, and that’s exactly what ECW did.

Over the nearly four years that ECW was on pay per view, they went on a long ride, ranging from good to bad and then back up again. You can see the Monday Night Wars and talent raids take their toll, as a huge cast of characters comes and goes through ECW’s doors. This series sees everything from barbed wire, flaming tables, chairs, some absolutely amazing cruiserweight style matches and a host of names that would fill up the WWE and TNA rosters for years to come.

In this new e-book, I’ll be looking back at all twenty one ECW pay per views and breaking each one down match by match and segment by segment, providing historical context, analysis and rating each match and show. These are ALL new reviews, done over the last two months and not released before.

The book runs over 280 pages on Kindle. If you don’t have a Kindle or e-book reader, there are several FREE apps you can use to read it on pretty much any electronic device.

You can find those from Amazon here.

You can pick up the book from Amazon here.

 From the UK Amazon here.

 From the Canadian Amazon here.

Or if you’re in another country with its own Amazon page, just search KB History of ECW and it should be the first thing that pops up.

Also you can still get any of my previous books on the WWE Championship, Monday Night Raw from 1998 and 2001, Monday Nitro from 1995-96, In Your House, Summerslam, Starrcade and Clash of the Champions at my author’s page here.

I hope you like it and shoot me any questions you might have.