I grew up watching the WWF (that's professional wrestling not giant Pandas), and have been enjoying a trip down memory lane by reading some books on the subject.
First up is Main Event: WWE in the Raging 80s and is a look at the big names of the 80s and what they achieved etc.
Next is Sex, Lies and Headlocks and is a history of the WWE (as it is now known) and the scandals and problems it and its owner Vince McMahon have faced/caused.
Finally we have Tonight ... in this very ring which is a fans view of the history of the WWE. The author Keith Scott is a very funny and astute writer and his personality really shines through this book.
I can recommend any of these books for people who are, or were, interested in wrestling and sports entertainment.