Dynamite and Davey

Dynamite and Davey

The Explosive Lives of the British Bulldogs

Steven Bell

$9.99

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Dynamite and Davey: The Explosive Lives of The British Bulldogs is the triumphant but ultimately tragic story of Tom Billington and Davey Boy Smith. Cousins born just a couple of years apart in a small mining town near Wigan, Tom and Davey discovered the art of wrestling as schoolboys. Tom went on to become 'The Dynamite Kid', arguably the greatest and most pioneering wrestler in history, but his short temper and determination to reach the top of a sport dominated by naturally bigger men would be his undoing. The more reserved Davey became a global superstar, but followed his cousin not just into exceptionalism, but into heavy substance abuse as well. Ultimately, the extraordinarily dysfunctional world of pro wrestling would prove too much for the cousins from Golborne - one proud, one naïve. Together they became the best and most influential tag team of their generation. But they could not escape their demons, and their triumphs eventually submitted to their tragedy. Dynamite and Davey is a gripping cautionary tale.


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Steven Bell:
Dynamite and Davey is Steven Bell's third book, following From Triumph to Tragedy: The Chapecoense Story and The Man of All Talents: The Extraordinary Life of Douglas 'Duggy' Clark, both of which were exceptionally well received. Steven also writes and appears on podcasts for soccer magazine These Football Times. Just like Thomas Billington and David Smith, Steven is from a small mining town in the north of England. Dynamite and Davey is Steven Bell's third book, following From Triumph to Tragedy: The Chapecoense Story and The Man of All Talents: The Extraordinary Life of Douglas 'Duggy' Clark, both of which were exceptionally well received. Steven also writes and appears on podcasts for soccer magazine These Football Times. Just like Thomas Billington and David Smith, Steven is from a small mining town in the north of England.

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