“DeathClutch” Review

Posted: August 20, 2012 in Uncategorized

Mutually Assured Destruction

Title: DeathClutch

Author: Brock Lesnar with Paul Heyman

Genre: Nonfiction/Autobiographical

Pages: 210

Summary: (From Amazon)

Brock Lesnar has been, and is one of the most popular – and polarizing – figures in sports and sports entertainment. Whether fans love him or hate him, they never miss an opportunity to watch Brock when he squares off with an opponent. He is a celebrity of the first order, but disdains fame, avoids the media, and remains intensely private. Now, for the first time, Brock tells his incredible story in his own words. Brock relives his long journey to become the best college wrestler in the country, his meteoric rise in World Wrestling Entertainment, and what lead him to walk away from fame and fortune when he was at the top. He talks openly about the accident that derailed his plans to play in the NFL, his professional wrestling comeback in Japan, and…

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