Gator great Thaddeus Bullard writes a compelling memoir.
Of his time in WWE, he says little but brings up his two most “defining” moments.
Despite his conception, his tale is of a poor inner city kid becoming comfortable
And giving to as many as possible the leg up that was given to him.
While Thaddeus didn’t have an easy childhood, he shows the power of
Good, caring, hard working men stepping in and showing him a better path.
Since these mentors meant to much to him, he has made it is mission to pay it forward.
And thus ends my creative attempt at a review. Truly an amazing tale of some of the worst hardship possible being overcome with the power of a caring adult mentor. WWE fans looking for a “WWE lockerroom” book won’t find that here. Gator fans looking for a book about his time at Florida will find a bit more of that here, but even then, it isn’t the actual focus of the book. But Bullard’s message is one that needs to get out, and he has done a remarkable job using the fame he has to get it out. Truly a commendable man and a very much recommended book.