World Wrestling Entertainment has named Chris Jericho one of the top 10 wrestlers - and one of the top five talkers - of all time. Certainly, the past six years have been spectacular for Jericho. After a sluggish return from his 2005 sabbatical, Jericho found new inspiration in watching No Country for Old Men. and completely reinvented his character - ultimately going on to capture three world WWE titles.
The Best in the World chronicles some of the incredible and often preposterous highlights of Jericho's recent career, including how Mickey Rourke challenged Jericho to a match then backed out; his escape from the 2010 Icelandic volcanoes in a broken-down, European rental-car shuttle; his encounters with Bob Barker, Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, Al Sharpton, and Mike Tyson; and his on-again, off-again relationship with WWE chief Vince McMahon.
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Jericho just isn't that funny or interesting
It was much like his Podcast: constant name-dropping by a wannabe celebrity. The behind-the-scenes stories were good, until Jericho tried to be funny or witty. Then they were just annoying.
Roger Wayne was fine as a narrator. Unfortunately he couldn't make Jericho's words funny.
Among the Best Wrestling Autobiographies
Yes because I only had to listen.
Mick Foley's books. They are very similar in humor and story telling.
Chris Jericho of course.
I did listen in one sitting and enjoyed it immensely.
Drinking orange juice while listening to tales of a wrestler's trunks coming off mid-match can be painful to your sinuses.
- Vince Cooper