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on November 29, 2012
After reading his first book I was looking forward to Chris's second book which picked up just as the first one left off. I found the first book to be honest, funny and painted a picture of someone who has paid their dues in the industry and was humbled to have worked next to some of the greatest wrestlers in the business. However, in his second book Jericho comes across as an obnoxious drunk who has a rather inflated opinion of himself. He describes every wrong turn in the WWE as a "Curse" instead of admitting he didn't handle himself as well as he could have, and takes himself as well as his pet project "Fozzy" way too seriously. I think the worst part is near the end where after he has walked away from the ring he finds himself signing autographs at a small show with contempt as if he is too good for that kind of thing. While I feel badly for him as he describes the pain of losing good friend Chris Benoit he comes off as a real ass while dismissing other wrestlers such as Chyna, Brian Lawler & Debra Marshall as "irrelevant" for simply having the nerve to talk about the tragedy in public, even though he does the same exact thing on Larry King. Does he think he's the only wrestler with a valid opinion of the tragedy? I have a feeling there might be another book in the future, where Chris attempts to charm us with stories of his golf swing or changing diapers but I think I'll pass.
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on January 22, 2012
Jericho is such a lousy writer! I really coundn't get over it! He spends half the book complaing about how much his band sucked, but just kept on writing about. Unreal this book is even in print!
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