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Win or Learn: MMA, Conor McGregor and Me: A Trainer's Journey Paperback – November 22, 2016
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Going into details would ruin the experience of this book, so I decided to make this review short and leave anything that might spoil stuff out. Have fun with it :)
This book is a trashy beach read. It has all the markings of a book that was manufactured out of some company contacting John Kavanagh, doing a couple of interviews (probably not even in person) and then a ghost writer going to town and filling it in. If John Kavanagh really wrote this book, then I guess he ought to stick to coaching because what's here is awful.
The book has a couple of good pieces of advice and lessons buried in swathes of pointless stories and hype pieces. In fact, the whole thing reads sort of like a sports blog. John never reveals anything more than he wants to so it really feels like all the stuff about Conor (and really since Conor became a thing) is kept mostly private aside from a couple of lovable funny stories that are meant to make them all more relatable to the reader.
Long story short, if you keep up with MMA news, don't buy this book. There's nothing in it you haven't seen before aside from a few short stories about Kavanagh's childhood. If you're a casual fan and are curious about Conor McGregor and you know nothing about him and don't want to go through Google and YouTube and see old articles and stuff for some reason, nice summaries exist in this book.
John, we are looking forward to read your next book, man!
Much of the book focuses of course on Conor Mc Gregor as he is the John's biggest success - some interesting stories from behind the curtain and the bright lights.
Not life changing but I enjoyed it very much.