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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.
Where does Death Clutch rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's a great biography that stands alone. Brock is such an interesting guy.
What did you like best about this story?
His no B.S attitude
What does Dunsworth Bob bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No, just liked it
Any additional comments?
The mayor of suplex city has had an interesting life
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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Somewhat well written story of Brock Lesnar's life
Highlights of the book include the chapters describing his disputes with WWE Vince Mahon, the book takes a few hours to get going and despite my couple hours of doubt, I thoroughly enjoyed it.