The New York Times Book Review devoted space today to Hulk Hogan's new memoir, My Life Outside the Ring, and Dave Itzkoff takes Hogan to task for excessive oversharing: "His compulsive confessing feels more like an effort to pre-empt the Us Weeklys and TMZs of the world than an authentic attempt at soul-searching." But that just makes us want to read it more! Also, Hogan begins the book contemplating suicide. Bring on the Wurtzel comparisons!
Heavy Lifting [NYTBR]