Undisputed: How to Become World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps Paperback – 6 Oct 2011
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'Simply put, you MUST own this book... If his acclaimed bestseller "A Lions Tale" set a standard for wrestling tomes, his long-awaited follow-up "Undisputed" has raised the bar again Jericho is now the proud scribe of two out of the top three wrestling books of all time.' (DAILY STAR )
'If Jericho had never made it as a wrestler or a rock star he could have easily found a suitable career as a writer. His style of writing anc consistent wityy sense of humour makes the book very addictive... Just like the first book, this sequel belongs on the bookshelf of any wrestling fan past or present.' (THE WRESTLING PRESS ) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Sequel to the worldwide hit A LION'S TALE.See all Product Description
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I have only read it once (so far) but it does not disappoint. Jericho has proved himself as an established writer, who knows his fanbase. The same in-jokes return from A Lion's Tale, as well as a whole bunch of new ones. Remember the Jericho curse? It's back, with a vengeance.
Undisputed also spends a lot more time looking at some of Chris' non-wrestling work, especially Fozzy. Fans of the band will definitely enjoy it, but so will people that are interested in the music business in general. It's an eye opener for anyone that didn't previously think record companies were slightly evil. But it's also testament to Chris' hard work and determination to make the band succeed.
The book also covers Chris Benoit, with more humanity than any account I have read before. It was well known tht Benoit & Jericho were close friends, and for once it doesn't seem like someone is trying to cash in on the dark event for personal gain. With both Benoit and Eddy I was in tears reading, it was incredibly moving.
In comparison, does it live up to all the hype? Maybe. After one highly enjoyable read, its a little hard to tell. A Lion's Tale is one of my all time favourite books period, I have read it at least 20 times. I think Undisputed is a brilliant book in its own right, and strongly recommend it to all wrestling and non-wrestling fans.
After the first book was a an unsurprising success, the follow-up; "Undisputed: How To Become The World Champion In 1,372 Easy Steps" continues the more identifiable period of Jericho's wrestling career in the WWF/E. Still fully of his witty anecdotes and Jerichoisms (The Embarrassed Author's Note, anyone?), "Undisputed" certainly feels like a Jericho book and is easily comparable to "A Lion's Tale".
So why only four stars?
Simply put, "Undisputed" feels rushed.Read more ›
This is a read that I would recommend to any Chris Jericho fan, wrestling fan or even heavy metal fan. There's something in there for us all.
Once again, a nice mix of wrestling stories and personal tales and Chris comes across as immensely likeable (although probably slightly annoying in person). His take on the Benoit tragedy nets a chapter to itself and is a viewpoint I'd not heard before.
Can't wait for instalment number 3 which must surely be on its way.
he speaks candidly about vince macmahon triple h and chyna among others.
he says how good it felt to become undisputed champion and why he should never have main evented wrestlemania 18.
he also leaves the book on another cliffhanger so expect the thirs installment in 2012.
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Unlike the first book this is a unorganized mess switching between stories about Fozzy and his wwe career. Follow no chronological orderPublished 10 months ago by mohammed howlader
Only covered a few years, not as good as others, but ok for wrestling fan!Published 13 months ago by karen pringle
Looking into the career of Chris Jericho in the WWE and the struggles he went through to get the the top. He tells us how it ws/is in the WWE and the life of a Wrestling Rock StarPublished 14 months ago by Michelle Hill
Maybe not as good as a lion's tale but still a very good read. It would certainly appeal more to the casual wrestling fan because it covers a large portion of Chris' career when... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Adam Whitehead. Kindle Customer