The first half of the book feature the three epic Hulk Who? special travelogues (totalling 175 pages) - see what happens when an innocent Brit goes across the pond on a wrestling voyage:
Hulk Who? Goes Extreme (August 1996)
ECW convention featuring shows in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia (The Doctor Is In)
Hulk Who? Goes Beyond The Extreme (February 1997)
Featuring the USWA in Forrest City (Arkansas), Nashville and Louisville plus Memphis TV, WWF Final Four in Chattanooga and RAW in Nashville, and the ECW convention in New York and Philadelphia (CyberSlam)
Hulk Who? The Final Frontier (September 1997)
Featuring CWA at the Dallas Sportatorium, Memphis TV, WWF house show in Nashville, Ground Zero in Louisville, RAW in Cincinatti, Terry Funk's WrestleFest in Amarillo, and a trip to the Double Cross Ranch
The second half of the book has more than 40 articles from 1991-2004.
From Hulk Who?'s 'What if' feature (the fantasy booking of its day):
- What if Sid Vicious had kept the WCW title at Hallowe'en Havoc '90?
- What if Bundy hadn't attacked Hogan on Saturday Night's Main Event?
- What if the Hart Brothers had won the tag titles at Royal Rumble '94?
- What if Randy Savage had won the retirement match at WrestleMania VII?
- What if Bob Backlund had been fit to wrestle on 24th January 1984?
- What if Ric Flair had made Curt Hennig retire in January 1993?
- What if Terry Funk hade made Ric Flair quit at Clash IX?
- What if Tony Anthony had retained the Smoky Mountain title at Bluegrass Brawl '93?
- What if Bret Hart beat Davey Boy Smith at SummerSlam '92?
From the Hulk Who? fanzine (1994-97):
- Talking Point: How have British tours developed?
- A diary of wrestling dreams
- A look at how other sports mirror wrestling
- Spotlight: Nic Higton
From Wrestling Insight (1995-97)
- A spellchecker reveals wrestling secrets
- You know you're a wrestling fan when...
- Steroids in wrestling
- Comparing wrestling with soap operas
- An nWo invasion of the WWF
- Where are they now?
- Wrestling and journalism
From Suckerpunch (1997-98)
- The no-show ditties (You never can tell with Buddy Landell)
- What makes a good worker?
From Wrestling Wrap-Up (2000)
- 20th Century Fakes: The history of the worked shoot (13 pages)
From Moonsault X-Tra (2000)
- The death of the sheets
From Wrestling's Last Hope (2000-01)
- Who killed WCW?
- I love 1994
From Pro Wrestling Press (2002-04)
- A 1500 word history of American pro wrestling
- The life of Jim Barnett
- A history of British wrestling (5000+ words)
- The age of innovation (wrestling in the 30s)
- The truth about 'smoke-filled halls'
- The art of booking
- The 25 best angles... ever!
- A look at Wrestling Fan's Book
- A look at Whatever Happened to Gorgeous George
- Chokehold: A critical anlysis
- Behind the small-print of a WWE contract
- Having your cake and eating it (where Britain's promoters are locked in a room overnight)
Previously unpublished articles:
- The Match: in which Pat Patterson writes a 14 year old's English exam
- A biting, if ill-informed, critique of Hulk Hogan's appearances on British mainstream TV
- A journal of a trip to the NWA convention, WWF Unforgiven '99, Raw and Smackdown... with Mac, the world's worst cab driver
- Jobber: The great unpublished novel
- Premier Promotions excels... in front of 41 fans