This is a quiz book rather than a collection of facts, and how challenging it is may depend on the eras in which you were a fan.
Published in 2002, this has a total of 2,000 questions with a mix of straight question and answers and multiple choice questions. It’s split over 10 sections: WrestleMania, SummerSlam, Survivor Series, Royal Rumble, Raw, Smackdown, other PPVs, Old School, Titles and Outside the Ring.
Some questions will seem ridiculously easy to long-time fans, such as where WrestleMania III was held or who won the 1992 Royal Rumble. However, other questions go into great detail and will be tricky unless you obsessed over the era in question or have been rewatching it recently.
For example, even when the book came out only a couple of years after the event, it’s hard to imagine how many people knew (or cared) whether Test and Albert, appearing on Smackdown, threatened to rename Bradshaw and Farooq’s office as the APAT&A, T&APA, TAPAT or T&AA.
Similarly, anyone who can easily recall which WWE star guest-starred on Suddenly Susan or where Lilian Garcia went to university is both a great trivia quizzer and borderline obsessed.
The only real criticism of the book is the occasional spot that appears to be a production error: for example, the SummerSlam section jumps from 1991 to 1996, with questions for the intervening shows scattered later on. But overall this is most certainly not a half-arsed cash in.