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Chris Jericho: Still The Best in the World At What He Does
on February 10, 2011
After reading Jericho's first book, I was so thrilled to read "Undisputed" to see what insight and wit we would get from Y2J. I got the book just a few days ago and I couldn't be more pleased with the material in the book. It was such an easy read. I found myself blowing through the chapters. His insight into his WWE debut, bumpy road in 1999, relationship with Vince McMahon, and many colorful insights to other wrestlers, makes this book one of the greatest wrestling books I have ever read. Right up there with "Hitman" by Bret Hart and "Have a Nice Day" by Mick Foley. Chris Jericho has had a legendary career and it's only fitting that he has two legendary books (and a great DVD now) to go along with it. I recommend this book to anyone who loves wrestling, the WWE, Chris Jericho, reading, or all of the above. I sense he might think about a third book. When and if he does, I will be ready to read what the "Savior of the WWE" has to say again.