First, the other two reviews on the site. First reviewer: Your review is too short and pointless to be of any worth. Second reviewer: Your review has absolutely NOTHING to do with the book, and does nothing but accuse the author of being a pedophile. I tried researching this online, but I found NOTHING. NOTHING. NOTHING. Please, PROVE that the author is a known pedophile. Prove it. And regardless, delete your review because it has nothing to do with the book.
The book's title is "Wrestling's Sinking Ship: What Happens to an Industry Without Competition". Only instead of telling us what happens to an industry without competition, it proceeds instead to give us a one-sided and biased account of one fan's (ie, the author) perspective on WWE storylines from around 2000-2001 to 2006. He picks and chooses what to focus attention on, where Triple H is the perennial favorite to pick on (for good reason, but it gets old in this book quick) and suddenly jerks into ECW One Night Stand 2005 and 2006 with no build-up whatsoever nor any real appreciation for what those events were for ECW and even the WWE.
The book has no works cited page, nor any sourcing or identification of what it claims, so for all we know, he could be making up stories and making up facts and numbers. It wouldn't be improper to think this considering how the entire book reads less like anything remotely resembling an analysis of the WWE than a disillusioned smark (a-thank-you) telling the story of the WWE from 2001-2006 to someone who stopped watching wrestling during the time.
There's no special or unique insight in the book you can't find done better, unbiased, and more detailed from other books (Turning the Tables for ECW, Sex Lies and Headlocks for WWF, The Death of WCW for WCW/WWF) or even by reading through several Wikipedia articles or wrestling websites.
Another glaring negative on this already pitiful issue is the fact that perhaps due to its being self-published, or else published by people who simply didn't care about editing, the book is full of typoes ranging from using wrong words ("there" instead of "their", an elementary school error), or leaving out key words so that sentences sound like baby-talk (A fictional example: "To the wrestler in question, it meant their career" comes out like "To wrestler in question, it meant career")
While it's helpful for someone to catch up to the WWE during the time, it's completely untrustworthy and poorly written.