Great book for not only ufc fans WWE fans but fight fans worldwide! Narrator kinda lacked emotion but over all a GREAT story
amazing and funny as shit
Brock obviously thinks a lot of himself . I had never heard of him . To his credit , he is a great athlete, actually superior. However his self admiration ,ego, gets a bit old to me. He talks about his professional wrestling titles like they are real ! it's almost as if he believes this himself. Really stupid of him to sign a non-compete without his lawyers advice & stupid of Vince Mcmahan[ or his lawyers] to draft such an overbearing, overreaching document. Anyway Brock is a heck of an athlete who overcame numerous injuries to become MMA Champion ! That is real ,and he deserves credit & respect for his college wrestling title and his MMA title.The man earned what he has been awarded & worked hard to overcome adversity. Good luck to you & your family you have provided for!! Enjoyable listen
I was a little disappointed that Brock didn't narrate this book himself, as I think some of the emotion would have been better communicated by him, but that is the only complaint I have. This is one of the best biographies I have ever read. I have been a fan of Lesnar's since he entered the WWE, was thrilled when he entered the UFC, and still consider him to be one of the most dominant champions ever and one of the best coaches TUF has ever had next to Bantanweight Women's champion Ronda Rousey. This book casts a very bright light on the shadow that is Brock Lesnar. A true soul bearing experience cover to cover.
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