Undisputed: How to Become the World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps

Undisputed How to Become the World Champion in Easy Steps In this insightful riveting book Jericho takes us into WWE wrestling arenas around the world as he details his classic rivalries with The Rock Steve Austin HHH Shawn Michaels and John Cena alon

  • Title: Undisputed: How to Become the World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps
  • Author: Chris Jericho Peter T. Fornatale
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this insightful, riveting book, Jericho takes us into WWE wrestling arenas around the world as he details his classic rivalries with The Rock, Steve Austin, HHH, Shawn Michaels, and John Cena, along with all the politics and backstage machinations he faced outside the ring Chris recounts his hilarious escapades of breaking in with the Hollywood elite via doomed auditioIn this insightful, riveting book, Jericho takes us into WWE wrestling arenas around the world as he details his classic rivalries with The Rock, Steve Austin, HHH, Shawn Michaels, and John Cena, along with all the politics and backstage machinations he faced outside the ring Chris recounts his hilarious escapades of breaking in with the Hollywood elite via doomed auditions, short lived reality shows, made for television movies, and red carpet interviewing fiascos.Jam packed with CJ s trademark self effacing humor, one of a kind writing style, and ridiculous random encounters with everyone from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Axl Rose, and Wayne Gretzky to Paul McCartney, and Howard Stern, UNDISPUTED is one of a rare breed a sequel that might be better than the original.

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  • Chris Jericho Peter T. Fornatale

    Chris Jericho lives in Los Angeles and Florida He has been named one of the 50 greatest wrestlers of all time by the WWE.


  • Undisputed covers Chris Jericho's career from the time he made his WWF debut to the time he made his comeback two years later.As you can see by the rating, I did not like this one nearly as much as the first volume. First, the good parts.Chris Jericho covers his arrival in the WWF, which was surprisingly rocky, and his relationship with his new co-workers. He talks about working with the Rock and Chyna while other wrestlers were trying to poison the office against him. He also talks about how th [...]

  • For the longest time, Foley was the undisputed "king" of pro wrestling memoirs and deservedly so, until Chris Jericho's A Lion's Tale: Around the World in Spandex was released in 2007 - Jericho began giving Foley a run for his money. Now, in 2011, Chris Jericho gives us his follow up, Undisputed.In the 2nd part of what appears to be at minimum, a 3 part memoir, Jericho shares some backstage stories, his ventures into Hollywood, touring with Fozzy and tales of fatherhood. All of which, are just a [...]

  • It was fitting that Mick Foley wrote the foreword to Chris Jericho's memoir, UNDISPUTED, and passed the torch to Jericho as the new champion of wrestling books. Jericho uses the formula that made Foley's books so successful, creating a personal connection with his readers with his openness and wit, and in the process does it even better than the long-reigning king of wrestling authors. Unlike his autobiography A LION'S TALE, Jericho's new book UNDISPUTED is a memoir, chronicling his journey thro [...]

  • First of all, I don't think I'll be able to review this "objectively" because I've always been a biased fan of Chris Jericho (whether he's playing a heel or face). I also think I prefer this one more (by just a bit) than A Lion's Tale. Basically, Undisputed starts off where his last book, A Lion's Tale, left off, with his amazing WWE (WWF then) debut where he interrupts The Rock. I think the wrestling geeks will get a kick out of the behind-the-scenes look in wrestling, especially with how the b [...]

  • Jericho surpasses his last effort with this book, and it is definitely one of the better pro-wrestling memoirs out there. It is fast-paced and entertaining from start to finish, and while I expected to want to gloss over his musical and acting endeavors, Jericho makes them every bit as interesting as anything he did in the WWE. He includes some great stories of his time on the road, both in wrestling and music, and provides some excellent glimpses into the lives and personalities of numerous pop [...]

  • Highly entertaining memoir of Y2J, one of my all time favourite professional wrestlers. The book reveals his journey towards stardom and how he persevered to be the best. He is undoubtedly G.O.A.T. simply loved the book.

  • I love professional wrestling and professional wrestling memoirs for an almost-anthropological glimpse into a world very foreign to me. The world of wrestling is a bastion of old-fashioned masculine status and dominance rituals, and Chris Jericho details those hierarchy struggles with hilarious gusto. The testosterone-laced narrative, however, falls away at intriguing points to reveal a deep melancholy: the pro wrestling business is a dangerous one in many different ways, and the ghosts of Owen [...]

  • 3.5 stars. I would've never thought that one of my favorite wrestlers fought as hard as CJ during his formidable years in the WWE. You couldn't tell me that Chris Jericho wasn't a rock star, so it was sobering to read how much of his career was an uphill battle that he sometimes stumbled on, but never gave up on. I have some little annoyances with this, but overall an interesting follow up. It makes me nostalgic for the Attitude Era in wrestling.

  • I've been a pro wrestling fan for over 20 years. In that time, I've only read a few autobiography's. Mick Foley'sHave a nice daybeing the best one I've ever readUntil now.I'm a Chris Jericho fan but not some super fan, I just really like what he does and who knew he could write a book this good. His first autobio wasLion's taleWhile it is a good book,Undisputedjust builds on its predecessor in so many ways.Firstly, you have to know that Chris Jericho can be very funny. His comedic timing in the [...]

  • This is the 2nd book about the awesome career of my 2nd favorite wrestler of all time: Chris Jericho. I really enjoyed this book about the original WWE run of Jericho and found it highly entertaining. I read it in only a couple of days in fact(kind of a big deal for yours truly, don't laugh). It's got many of the elements that made 'Y2J's' first book so great, from his terrific story telling, laugh out loud humor, and ability to allow the reader to feel as if they are in the very scenario he is [...]

  • Chris Jericho's second book which charts his first run in the WWE plus the forming of his band Fozzy and his attempts to get into acting.Parts of the book I liked and other parts I didn't. While I've seen Fozzy live (they were really good) and know it's an important part of Jericho's life it wasn't why I was reading the book. Plus the constant name dropping of celebrities I either wasn't familiar with, didn't care about or (mostly) both got old quick. Also Jericho's confidence and brash forwardn [...]

  • If you're going to pick this up, you owe it to yourself - and to Chris - to pick up "A Lion's Tale" first so you can get completely caught up with Chris' life and history with wrestling. "Undisputed" is the perfect companion to that. It's one of the most in-depth looks behind-the-scenes of the wrestling world that I've ever read and in many ways, it outshines Mick Foley's "Foley Is Good," which was the follow-up to his masterpiece "Have a Nice Day." Jericho's sense of humor that you saw on RAW a [...]

  • Another Jericho masterpiece!!! I am reading his books backwards like Jericho himself said to me, "It's like a Jericho Star Wars tale" This book had a little more to do with his beginnings in the WWE. I enjoyed his tales involving Chyna, Rock, Austin, HHH & Stephanie McMahon. He is so damn witty in his delivery and his thought process is impeccable. The stories of how Fozzy came to be, with all the ups and downs they faced to then become one of the greatest un-mainstream metal bands out today [...]

  • I really enjoyed this book. Reading this was kind of funny because Jericho talks about his transition between WCW and WWE. Starting a new job myself I related to it. (Except my new boss is far nicer than Vince McMahon.) Jericho has a very entertaining voice which makes it easy to keep turning pages. In addition to his wrestling, I mean sports entertainment career, Jericho lets you into his music career with Fozzy, his acting career, and into the good, tough and bittersweet of his real life. It's [...]

  • Blasted through this on the flight from Hong Kong to Sydney. The writing is slick and entertaining, the subject always engaging (even if I'm not really up on the rock and metal scene as much as in my youth and a lot of the bands and musicians mentioned meant nothing to me). One star off for there not being quite as many behind-the-curtain insights we've been spoiled with in the previous book or Mick Foley's offerings. All-in-all, proof of why Y2J is the still the frootest cat on the block.

  • This is my favorite of Jericho's three books simply because I grew up watching him wrestle when this book takes place. I love his humor in his writing and getting to read about what was going on behind the scenes when I was watching him every week was fascinating.

  • Jericho's WWE runs aren't nearly as interesting as his stories about Japan and WCW. I couldn't care less about Fozzy, eitherhis first book was much better.

  • I read Jerichos first book (covering his career up to his WWE debut) about 5 years ago, and I liked it. This book (covering his career up to his return to said promotion) I didn't like as much. Maybe the reason is that I'm not as big of a wrestling fan as 5-10 years ago, but even though the chapters about WWE are good, they dragged a little. The chapters about his musical career did absolutely nothing for me, and I skimmed through them. The high points of the book are the chapters about the deat [...]

  • this book is a 5-star read for anybody who is a wrestling fan AND a metalhead like good ole Jericho himself, as it is full of references and puns that you will be able to fully understand only if you know what (and whom) he is talking about. For everybody else, it's still a very entertaining and fun read. There's plenty of anecdotes and Jericho is Jericho, so prepare to laugh.

  • Really enjoyable read, has loads of different parts to it not all about wrestling in wwe. Jericho's humor is a constant throughout the book, which makes it more enjoyable as you can 'hear' him as you read. Not something I would normally have picked up but as my husband had it it was def worth the read.

  • This wasn't as good as Chris Jericho's first book, but it's still pretty great! There is a lot of wrestling stuff in it but also we find out more about his band Fozzy and his family life as well.Check it out!

  • This is the first Jericho book I've read. Enjoyed it, but then again I'm a wrestling fan and of course a Jerichoholic so I'm biased. Will try to read his other books as well.

  • My sixth period students watched Othello, and I managed to finish this book.Top five wrestlers, go! My top five always has at least ten guys in it, like any good top five should. Number one is The Rock. A rotating cast takes up numbers two through four; currently that cast consists of Macho Man, Ric Flair and CM Punk. Other folks that could fill out those three slots include Edge, D'Lo Brown, Steve Austin, Owen Hart, Brock Lesnar, Bryan Danielson (a.k.a. Daniel Bryan), AJ Styles, Darren Drozdov, [...]

  • The purpose of Chris Jericho's Undisputed is to educate the readers as an autobiography and the story of his pro wrestling career in the WWE and all the trials and tribulations he faced while trying to make it as a huge star during his first stint with the promotion. Undisputed teaches us that we should never give up on our dreams and that when people stop believing in you or have any doubt, you must perform and prove them wrong. Undisputed is an inspirational and touching story that shows compa [...]

  • Absolutely incredible. For me, as good as the first. Although it involved a lot of his time away from the wrestling business, it still involved a lot of wrestling and was a wonderful book. There were some laugh out loud parts and some parts that were painful to read, but incredible too. Definitely a great read!

  • Very Good in its own way. I have read A Lion's Tale and thought it was great, from his childhood all the way to his 1999 debut. But Undisputed is a little less wrestling and a little bit more of his rock and roll career.Still there are some wonderful personal stories as well as an amazing personality. I have to admit I never noticed this much about him in his previous book, not having watched his matches from his earlier career. But unfortunately he does have a high opinion of himself. Now I adm [...]

  • This book is one of the best books I have ever read. It contains everything, from humor and comedy to sadness. Chris Jericho is one of the legends in the WWE and in the music industry. He is very realistic and funny. He started out training in the Hart dungeon back when he was about seventeen years old. It was very stark there. Chris and the other students had to endure a lot of pain and agony to make it was they are now. Many wrestling legends from the dungeon became hall of famers. When Jerich [...]

  • At the height of professional wrestling's popularity, through the late 90s and early aughts, Chris Jericho was one of my favorite wrestlers. He's not wrestling these days, on hiatus from WWE to pursue other projects--and likely to heal his body from the relentless slog of a WWE schedule--and I'm not much of a wrestling fan anymore. Watching wrestling on Saturdays as a kid, then on Monday nights as a twenty-something, I have my memories as a fan, and I was curious to read Jericho's memories as a [...]

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