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"He is the biggest pay-per-view attraction in the world. He is "the Baddest Dude on the Planet.' "
He is Brock Lesnar.
For countless fans of professional wrestling and mixed martial arts, Brock Lesnar has long been known for his freakish athleticism, mind-blowing speed, and meteoric rise to the top. Yet despite the fame and fortune that have come with his enormous success, Brock has shunned the media, choosing instead to remain intensely private about his life and his accomplishments.
Now, for the first time, he tells his remarkable story in his own words, describing the journey from his South Dakota farmboy roots to becoming the most popular pay-per-view attraction in the world. From the small-town amateur wrestling where he honed his skills to taking on The Rock at SummerSlam, Brock discusses how his natural athletic talent combined with the dark side of the wrestling business to make him the youngest-ever WWE World Champion.
Epic as it was, Brock's overnight rise to fame came with a price, as he saw firsthand the toll that life on the road and in the ring could take on a pro wrestler's body and mind. Weary of the punishing lifestyle and backstabbing politics, he chose to do the unthinkable: walk away from professional wrestling at the peak of his career and break all ties with the organization that made him a star on the global stage. It was a move that stunned WWE executives and fans alike, and one that Brock himself has never fully explained - until now.
Not one to stay quiet for long, Brock was soon back in the spotlight: this time in the UFC - home of the most dangerous mixed martial arts fighters in the world. Here he offers a behind-the-scenes look at his shocking decision to leave the wrestling entertainment business for a legitimate combat sport. From training to be a real fighter, to immediately being thrown into the Octagon against the UFC's best heavyweights, to the psychology behind his legendary trash-talking, Brock opens up about what it takes not only to succeed in the world's fastest-growing sport but to become the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World. He also speaks candidly about the illness that nearly killed him, how it changed him as a fighter and a man, and how it shaped his will to survive.
In the end, Brock holds nothing back. A revealing, raw, and ultimately redemptive tale of Brock's determination and domination, DeathClutch is the untold true story of becoming one of life's true champions.
©2011 Brock Lesnar (P)2011 HarperCollinsPublishers
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kevinowings on 04-12-18

story is ok but seems he hates everyone

it's interesting but to admit that he hates all people he meets. the best thing is his kids and wife. but not easy to respect him.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Darion1A on 03-08-17

Great Book

I loved the narration in this book. It's a very easy listen. It's written for the common man. It gives great incite into Brock's way of thinking. I'll recommend it to any Brock Lesnar or wrestling fan.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Rowan on 06-18-11

The bloke is a moron and his book is awful

The Lunk Head Brock Lesnar is not a man with an interesting story. He is a meat head. The story as he tells it is that he is a clever business man. Listening to it he is just an ape with a short temper and not the sense of a barn cow. I’d save your time and go for a different book even if you are a fan of any of the sports he has taken part in. He pretty much insults everyone who helped him along and then whines like a little girl when someone doesn't do as he wishes. I couldn’t wait for this book to end. His personality is just what you expect from the look of him. Turns out you can judge a book by its cover and this one is about a beady eyed loser with a white trash hair cut. Thank goodness he didn’t narrate it himself as no doubt you’d of heard his finger running across the page under each word interspersed with him banging his head on the desk to swat a passing fly. Brock Lesnar is a moron and his book is awful.

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1 out of 5 stars
By karl on 07-18-18

Poor

Poorly written rubbish which could have been so good. Brock Lesnar comes across as a complete idiot and i would urge anybody not to waste their time with this garbage.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Damian Rochester on 05-26-18

Brock

Absolutely great book am I huge Brock Lesnar fan learnt heaps I didn’t know about him

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 09-08-17

the beast

interesting story about the beast . gives good insight about how he thinks and what makes him tick

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