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Undisputed by Chris Jericho
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Mar 11, 11

bookshelves: wrestling, read-in-2011
Read from March 08 to 11, 2011 — I own a copy

I really enjoyed this book. I had more fun reading this than his first autobiography. When I was reading that I was more aware of what was going on. But when Jericho debuted in WWE I wasn't watching wrestling at that time so it was nice to read something that I wasn't really sure what's going on. That being said it was surprising how he wasn't highly regarded when he first started in the company. I liked how this book included a lot of his band Fozzy and thier touring highs and lows. I've been listening to Fozzy for a while but I didn't know all that much about them. The Benoit chapter was heartbreaking. You could tell that Jericho was really struggling with how to deal with his best friend murdering his wife and child. I never cry when I read books but this was a rare time that I actually did. Jericho struggled with trying to figure out how to deal with the happening and how a man who he thought he respected and loved could do that to his family. (I am almost in the same boat, I respect him and am still confused how that could happe) it was sad to see that every time Jericho mentioned a match he had with Benoit that it didn't exist anymore and like his favorite matches no longer exist in the world of WWE. There were a few times however, when I thought that the book was a bit forced. The awkward moments of him trying to hard to get the reader to laugh. There were actually maybe about a dozen or so times I did that but other times it was just a bit too much.
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