Ex-professional wrestler George 'The Animal' Steele coming to Ann Arbor Barnes and Noble
Former professional wrestler and Michigan native George "The Animal" Steele is coming to a Barnes and Noble near you.
No word yet on if he's bringing a shirt.
The book also discusses how Steele balanced his public persona as wrestler in the WWF—where he was famous for animal-like grunts, attempts at eating turnbuckles, hairy back and green tongue—with his normal life as Jim Meyers: high school teacher, football/wrestling coach and father. Meyers is a member of the Michigan High School Coaches Hall of Fame for his 25-year coaching career at Madison Heights. Madison Heights won a 1969 state championship under Meyers and was runner-up in 1970.
Monday's appearance at Barnes and Noble will include a talk by Steele, followed by a question and answer period and book signing.
George "The Animal" Steele: