Review: Wrestling with the Devil by Lex Luger
By Johnny North
Sunday, September 01, 2013 at 12:45 PM
Once a role model for children across America, pro wrestling star Lex Luger nearly destroyed his career and himself in a cesspool of drugs, alcohol, narcissism and women. He was Wrestling With the Devil. Born Lawrence "Larry" Pfohl, Luger starts his autobiography off explaining his childhood. In the fourth grade he was the fastest kid in school and the best all-around athlete. He came from a strict family, although he got into a lot of trouble. One day when he was caught stealing, his father wanted him locked up in a cell and for the key to be thrown away.