Monday, October 15, 2012

"Drenched in History": Mooneyham plugs "Ten Pounds of Gold"

Thanks to Mike Mooneyham for his kind words about "Ten Pounds of Gold" at the end of his weekly column on the Charleston Post & Courier website:

A revised and expanded second edition of “Ten Pounds of Gold: A Close Look at the NWA World Championship Belt” has been released.
The book, written by Dick Bourne of the popular Mid-Atlantic Gateway website along with veteran beltmaker Dave Millican, contains a wealth of information about pro wrestling's most revered title.
This version of the 2009 volume contains 70 additional pages of photographs, memorabilia and historical information, plus a new title history chapter with behind-the-scenes details, and an expanded chapter on the night the belt was first presented and defended.
The 151-page book takes a close look at a belt that was defended by the likes of Harley Race, Jack Brisco and Ric Flair, and examines its origin, construction and evolution.
It's a must for longtime NWA fans and old-school wrestling fans in general.
The book, beautifully illustrated and drenched in history, is worth its weight in gold.
For more information, visit or The book also is available on
Mike Mooneyham's excellent wrestling column appears every week in the Charleston Post & Courier newspaper, and online at His column is frequently one of the featured links on the Mid-Atlantic Gateway.

The column from which this plug appeared can be found here.

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