Johnny Kincaid by John Kincaid
Wrestling's Ring Side Seat

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He travelled the world applying his trade, he travelled to far off places as Hawaii, Japan, Korea, and India he entertained Millions of people all over the world with his wrestling. His name is Johnny Kincaid, now he has written his own Amazing life story. He writes about his child hood, born and brought up in Battersea "Not Barbados", how he spent half his child hood in a children's home. How he was in trouble with the police in his teens and spent time in a detention centre. He joined a fair ground and travelled with them after leaving his first wife of six months. Johnny learnt his trade as a wrestler whilst he was boxing in a fair ground boxing booth. He became a lady's man on entering the paid ranks of professional wrestling and becoming, European Champion 1981 1986. Enjoy this exciting journey with a ring side seat through the career of Johnny Kincaid you will laugh out loud as his family and friends do when he tells these stories and many more.
 

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Johnny Kincaid was born just as the war was ended. Eldest of seven children spent his early years living with his mum and siblings, in Battersea London, in a three up three down.   When his mother became ill and couldn’t cope John and his brothers and sisters were put into care, only his baby brother was adopted. They were not reunited until they were in their adulthood.   John was a happy child and like most boys got into mischief with his friends, which led to a stay in a detention centre. He could never have known what life had in store for him, how he would meet people who would shape his life, his future into something wonderful and beyond his wildest dreams. He became a world famous wrestler, but his initial dream was to become a boxer, and won many trophies as a good amateur boxer.   He could not foresee that he would travel the world and meet many famous people and become famous himself. The days when he had a quiet moment would be spent writing poetry, now retired and living with his partner, never would he have imagined as a father of three children and many grandchildren, that he would one day sit down and write a book.
 
Published April 24, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 224 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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