Steve Williams: How Dr. Death Became Dr. Life

Steve Williams: How Dr. Death Became Dr. Life
Language: 
ISBN10: 
1596701803
ISBN13: 
9781596701809
Pages: 
226
Published: 
March 15th 2007 by Sports Publishing LLC
Rating: 
3.38

Steve Williams, better known to wrestling fans as Dr. Death, faced his greatest opponent in 2004 advanced throat cancer. After multiple surgeries and months of radiation treatments, he is now cancer-free. In How Dr. Death Became Dr. Life, Williams tells his inspiring story, from his childhood and adolescent years, to his amateur college wrestling and football career at the University of Oklahoma, to his stint with All-Japan and New Japan Wrestling, the NWA, WCW, and WWF, to his recent battle with throat cancer. It s an inspirational and powerful story that no football, amateur wrestling, or professional wrestling fan can afford not to read.

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