Always looking to capitalize on the newest way to reinvent themselves, the latest trend in Pro-wrestling if for wrestlers to insert themselves into classic pieces of literature, in order to capatilize on what "their brand" might do for book sales. And since the book industry isn't doing so well lately, booksellers aren't exactly opposed to this new market.
The only thing that is stopping them is their lust for money, fame, anabolic steriods, and horrible life-threatening finacial and heart problems that follow.
Take a look:
1. Confessions of an Economic Hitman feat. Vince McMahon.
What's it about? Vince McMahon, the WWE's Chairman and CEO, has found a way to make some extra money by recounting the tale of how he built his massive company by explioting hundreds of employees and making money of thier images, names, and worth — just because he can.
2. Animal Farm feat. "Hacksaw" Jim Dugan.
What's it about? In this prophetic warning about Big Brother, Hacksaw Jim Dugan beats relentlessly with a giant 2×4.
3. The Bonfire of the Vanities feat. Ric Flair
What's it about? Greed, living fast, dying young, and shouting "Whoooo!!!" at the top of your lungs until you become a broken shell of what you once were.
4. Oliver Twist feat. Hulk Hogan
What's it about? Orphan Oliver Twist, learns the hard knocks of life on the street with the noble guidance of Hulk Hogan, who teaches him how to steal and lose everything in a divorce.
5. The Sting feat. Sting
What's it about? Wrestler Sting does a shit-ton of cocaine for 300 pages.
6. At the Mountains of Madness feat. Macho Man Randy Savage
What's it about? Antartic explorers discover, to their horror, a cowboy-headed psychopath intent on making them eat greasy beef sticks.