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A professional wrestler turned comic book writer? To some people, that might sound utterly ridiculous. Watching wrestlers try their hand at acting is bad enough. Dwayne Johnson and Dave Bautista have successfully made the rare leap from the ring to Hollywood stardom; most grapplers embarrass themselves trying. But writing superhero stories? That's an entirely different type of challenge. Thankfully, if you're familiar with the name CM Punk, you know he's more than qualified for the task of conjuring up a killer comic plot line. And that's exactly what he'll be doing for Marvel.

 Today the company announced that Punk (whose real name is Phil Brooks) is handling writing duties for February’s Thor Annual #1. He's been paired up with Rob Guillory, a friend and artist who's also new to Marvel, to produce "a story about young Thor." Punk seems to appreciate the fact that he's been given control over one of Marvel's "heavy hitters," and he's dead set on making the most of this writing gig.

"I think we’re kind of under the radar, and there’s not really a whole lot of pressure on us to deliver some sort of a magnum opus as a 10-page backup story in an annual, so I think we have a lot of freedom that could be really fun," he told Marvel in an interview. Punk said he's leaning towards choosing the "Marvel Model" for his first time out, where the writer and artist collaborate on a story, but specific dialog isn't added until after the comic's been illustrated. As for what's to come in the story, Punk gave an outline of sorts:

So the idea was, let’s do a story about young Thor as kind of a brash, bratty teenager who’s like, "I’m totally worthy of this hammer. My dad’s full of [expletive]. I don’t know why I’m not ‘worthy’ of the hammer. Look at all this cool stuff I did." And it’s more or less like a drinking story. He’s gonna be sitting around with a few choice characters from the Marvel Universe, and they’re all gonna be drinking, and Thor’s gonna basically be complaining about essentially why his dad won’t give him the keys to the car.

It's been about 10 months since Punk, one of the more gifted performers to rise up through WWE's ranks in the last decade, abruptly walked out on the company. He held Vince McMahon's top title for more than a year, but that's nothing compared to CM Punk's lifelong affinity for comic books. The tattoo of a G.I. Joe Cobra sigil on his right shoulder is just one clue pointing to Punk's passion. When he was still entertaining wrestling fans, Punk would shout "it's clobberin' time" as he approached the ring — borrowing The Thing's pre-brawl catchphrase, and he'd often tweet about the trade paperbacks that served as reading material between his WWE appearances. ("I travel so much that single issue comic books never really held up," he explained in the Marvel interview.)

But now, outside of intermittent appearances for Chris Hardwick's Nerdist and one-off gigs, Punk has largely disappeared from the public eye — a change of pace he seems to be enjoying. Thankfully for fans eager to reconnect, he's got bigger ambitions for the future: Punk said his dream is to write a story for The Punisher that's been kicking around in his head for years. "So until they let me do that, you’re gonna get all kinds of other stories about all kinds of other characters until they satisfy this need I have to write Frank Castle."

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Pro Wrestling Illustrated: Pro Wrestling Illustrated has been the sport’s leading magazine since 1979. Published every other month, the magazine’s mission is to provide unbiased coverage of every major promotion … To bring our readers right to ringside with brilliant, high-impact photography … To provide insightful analysis … To inform and entertain.

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Like Attitude Era RAW Script, another script has been submitted to the Internet. It is of the 2013 Royal Rumble headlined by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and CM Punk.

While finishes to all of the evening's matches were not disclosed on the sheets, it does reveal how the show was formatted as well as the dialogue scripted for promo segments featuring Alberto Del Rio, Bret Hart, Dolph Ziggler, Big E Langston and Team Hell No.


E-Book » Brock Lesnar's Autobiography "Death Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination and Survival" Download Free .PDF (Submitted By Nagesh Vee)WWE Wrestler "The Beast" Brock Lesnar's autobiography "Death Clutch: My Story of Determination, Domination and Survival" (written with Paul Heyman) was released on May 24 2011 by William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers that is putting out another wrestling-related book next month in the form of Linda Hogan's "Wrestling The Hulk.".
The book covers the 33-year-old's many sporting endeavors.

Lesnar, a former NCAA Division I national wrestling champion at the University of Minnesota, eventually became a superstar with World Wrestling Entertainment. He then continued his wrestling-entertainment exploits in Japan, briefly joined the NFL's Minnesota Vikings, and then launched a new career as an MMA fighter.
In just his fourth pro fight, he won the UFC's heavyweight title and quickly became the organization's biggest pay-per-view debut. Despite losing the title to Cain Velasquez after a once-life-threatening bout of diverticulitis, he remains one of the most prominent and polarizing fighters in the sport.
Currently, he's serving as a coach on "The Ultimate Fighter 13" and meets fellow contender Junior Dos Santos in a season-ending bout at UFC 131 in June.
Although notoriously closed-guarded and rarely one to seek out publicity, Lesnar promises to speak openly about his pro-sports career and life outside of competition.
Lesnar and his friend, longtime wrestling insider Heyman, first teased the upcoming project in 2010.
The 208-page title retails for $25.99. The book follows recent releases from the likes of Chuck Liddell, Matt Hughes, Randy Couture and Brian Stann.

"Death Clutch" had been anticipated for a while now, as he certainly has an interesting story to tell. That said, he's often talked about how a big part of that story, his WWE run, is something he didn't like very much barely remembers a lot of the details of since he was constantly wasted on alcohol and pills. After reading the book, though, I don't think it would have mattered if it would've mattered if he loved working for WWE while avoiding intoxicants, as the book is very short and Lesnar doesn't really go in-depth about anything at all.

The main text is 210 pages (including the "Part X" separators and blank pages that come after some chapters) plus a two page preface. All chapters start on right-hand pages, so there's a blank page after each chapter that ends on the right side. The sixteen page color photo insert is surprisingly not counted with the text to pad the length, but that said, this is still a very short book.

The book dives right into amateur wrestling and quickly moves onto college. This part is easily the highlight of the book, as what he went through to try to break through to the top level is fascinating. I knew that he didn't go straight to the University of Minnesota to wrestle for the Golden Gophers team, as he matriculated and wrestled first at Bismarck State College, but I didn't know about the path he took from a two year state school to strong Division I wrestling program. Somehow he wasn't aware of the minimum requirements for U of M transfer students (Lesnar blames Coach J Robinson, who had his Bismarck State transcript) and was 24 credits short. With most Summer sessions having already started and Robinson wanting Lesnar at a school with a decent wrestling team that he could practice with, arrangements were made for him to attend Lasson Community College in Susanville, California. Brock headed home to Webster, South Dakota, told his parents what he had to do, and drove 1,600 miles to Susanvile, arriving at 5:10 AM on the first day of classes.

This story highlights Lesnar's most admirable trait throughout the book: His drive to work at being the best. That's some pretty serious dedication. He showed similar dedication when he first signed a developmental deal with the WWF. He couldn't report to the Ohio Valley Wrestling developmental territory immediately due to Minnesota amateur wrestling community engagements. Wanting to get started on his training right away, he got in touch with Minnesota native Brad Rheingans. Rheingans was a NCAA champion and Olympic level wrestler who was expected to medal in 1980 before the US boycotted the games. He turned pro and eventually ended up working as a trainer for New Japan Pro Wrestling when they brought in a group of Soviet amateurs in 1989. He was a was a good person to get Lesnar started.

That said, Lesnar comes off as a misanthropic curmudgeon with a shallow view of the world throughout most of the book. Well, noticeably more so than he normally does. For example, "a major turning point" in his life came after he placed 5th in the Junior College Nationals in his freshman year because he lost to "a pudgy little kid whose name [he] can't remember" because his opponent "shouldn't have been able to beat [him]." When talking about his abuse of alcohol and painkillers, he doesn't examine his issues with any kind of depth. Then, when he kicks the habit cold turkey, he strongly implies that people who get clean with professional help are weaklings who are nothing compared to mighty Brock.

Lesnar refuses to buy the idea that Eddy Guerrero was put over him for the WWE Title because they wanted to capitalize on Eddy's popularity amongst Hispanic fans. Instead, it must have been because he was starting to have more issues with Vince McMahon! The thousands of fans packing the Cow Palace in San Francisco who went nuts for the title change must have been holograms. Brock also makes sure to point out that his chest tattoo is his absolute favorite tattoo. If he could only keep one, it would be that one. Take that, losers who said he looked like he subject of a certain Z.Z. Top song.

Oh, and he really, really, hates Frank Mir, seemingly based solely on the face that Mir beat him in his UFC debut. There's also a glaring factual error in the chapter about the road to UFC 100, as he thought that Mir's win over a severely ill Antonio Rodrigo Noguiera was to create a UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion. Nogiuera came into the fight as interim champion, having beaten Tim Sylvia to create that title several months earlier after lineal champion Randy Couture's absence due to a contract dispute. Thanks to a scheduling quirk that I forget the specifics of, when Couture agreed to return to defend his title against Lesnar, it was booked to take place before the already scheduled Noguiera-Mir fight.

At least he realizes that it was a bad idea to propose to his wife by breaking into her house when she wasn't home, stewing around for a while, and then angrily calling her to ask her to come home so he could pop the question.

There really isn't much of value in the book after the amateur wrestling chapters. There are some interesting stories here and there, like his dealings with Antonio Inoki, or how the differences between Rheingans' WCW-style ring and the WWF-style ring in OVW led to an embarrassing moment on his first day in Louisville, and not much more. The book is essentially The World According To Brock, and the fact that co-author Paul Heyman, a very sharp person who's one of Brock's best friends couldn't get more than about 200 pages out of him is...interesting. I suppose I shouldn't have expected it to be much more than what we got, but I expected it to be at least a little bit better.

If you're an amateur wrestling aficianado, I'm sure you'll like the early portion of the book. Overall, though, there isn't much there. It's worth reading to get into his mindset and see how driven he is, but most of the book is just annoying.



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Chris Jericho is the first undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the WWE and WCW, and has been called one of the fifty greatest wrestlers of all time. Now retired, he is writing his memoir, telling the story of his journey from wrestling school in Canada to his time in leagues in Mexico and Japan to his big break in the WCW. He'll dish the dirt on how he worked his way through the ranks alongside major wrestling stars like Chris Benoit and Lance Storm to become a major superstar.

Review by Eric Cohen:
This book tells the story of a man with a dream. Chris Jericho's dream was to be a WWE Superstar. His path there involved wrestling in multiple countries and he has some great stories about his time in each place.
His wrestling journey starts with his "training" by the Hart brothers in Canada. He spent time in Mexico where the promoter's wanted him to wear an interesting ring outfit. His time there was highlighted by being left for dead by a brother and sister crime family. His meetings with the criminal elements of the world got worse when he went to Japan and ran afoul of the Yakuza.
If these horrible stories are told in a way that makes the readers laugh then you can just imagine how entertaining his road stories that don't involve imminent death are.
His story is one that may never be told again due to the changes in the industry. Today a wrestler usually spends time working in a WWE developmental territory learning the WWE way before getting called up to the big leagues. In Jericho's day, a wrestler usually found themselves working for many different territories around the world before making it to the big time. And the big time in the '90s meant WCW and the WWE. The book has many great WCW stories and provides even more insight into why that company is no longer in business.


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A LION'S TALE documented Chris Jericho's journey from small-time dreamer to big-time superstar, from Winnipeg, Canada, to undisputed WWE heavyweight champion of the world. But UNDISPUTED kicks off just as the fantasy begins to unravel. Faced with endless internal politics on his rise to the top of the WWE company ladder, Jericho has to draw on the super-human resources that got him there in the first place. There are bruising encounters aplenty both inside and outside the ring. He reveals why he temporarily left WWE, includes the inside story of his time in Hollywood, and opens the can of worms that is life on the road with the rock band Fozzy. He also revisits the premature birth of his twins and the pain of his mother's death, as well as the shock of Eddie Guerrero's and the Benoit family deaths. As upfront and outspoken as A LION'S TALE, this sequel is as direct as the man himself.

While Chris Jericho's new book, "Undisputed: How to Become the World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps" is not "officially" released until the 16th, Amazon has the hardcover in stock and shipping, and review copies went out over the last week.  I got mine on Friday and read it cover to cover in a few hours.  Given the quality of his previous book, "A Lion's Tale: Around The World Spandex," the early part of his WWE run that has become the stuff of legend due to his reputation backstage (tied in with the book, like his first, not being published by WWE), and a variety of other reasons, this has to be one of the most anticipated wrestling books since they first became an actual sub-genre a decade ago.  It's definitely excellent, in the upper echelon of wrestling books and a must-buy, especially if you loved "A Lion's Tale, but parts of it are disappointing, especially when expectations were set so high.
We pick up exactly where "A Lion's Tale" left off, with Jericho making his WWE (the name he uses throughout the book even though the first half of his run was "WWF," so for the sake of consistency I'll do the same) debut by interrupting The Rock on the August 9, 1999 edition of Raw.  With that begins the theme of Jericho not properly learning the WWE style of working and talking.  While the segment is generally considered one of the best debuts any wrestler has ever had, Jericho looks back on his promo as a mistake, seeing it as painting him as too much of a comedy heel for the environment and the type of push he should have gotten off of that quality debut appearance.  In short order, he starts to bury himself.  He accidentally buries wrestlers on promos.  Sometimes he gets heat for hitting the other wrestlers too hard, while other times he gets in trouble for not hitting them hard enough.  He doesn't have the right timing.  He develops a reputation as a prima donna always mentioning how he did things in WCW when working out matches. Everything's a mess, and it eventually leads to Vince McMahon chewing him out in a speech that's excerpted on the back cover.  Since nowadays most of you will be ordering this online, I'll reprint that part here:
"You don't have a clue what you're doing out there.  You're as green as grass and it's embarrassing.  I was sold a bill of goods bringing you in here and you're not worth the paper your contract is printed on.  Everybody is complaining about you."
In hindsight, Jericho figured out what he was doing wrong, and that leads to one of the complaints I have about the book: He doesn't open up about why he did what he did that led to his reputation.  Once it became clear there was a very specifically defined WWE style when the heel has to take bumps on punches and all sorts of little things, why didn't he ask for advice about adjusting to the style sooner, much less ask why nobody told him that the company had a house style of working?  Why did he constantly mention how he did things in WCW when it was clear that there was a different way of doing things in WWE?  There's a lot of "In hindsight, they were right," but no, "In hindsight, that's why I did this."
Anyway, the up and down relationship with McMahon is one of the highlights of the book.  Jericho comes off as someone who never really figured him out in the way that some people who worked for him have, and there's no attempt at analyzing their weird interactions.  As a whole,  everything about his WWE run is a great read, but it doesn't really cover enough of the book and feels too compressed.  The stuff about his band Fozzy, the focus of a few chapters, didn't really engage me and felt like a chore to get through.  After his first year or two in WWE (which itself is badly jumbled around when covering 2000-2001 in what I'd guess was an editing issue since Jericho is a guy who kept meticulous records), the book moves too quickly, whereas each part of "A Lion's Tale" felt like it had room to breathe.  Then his first run in the company ends with over 100 pages left.
Allow me to reiterate this before I keep going: The WWE stuff is fantastic.  It's a great rid through the recent history of the company, with a lot of bases covered.  Among other topics discussed are the working style, the formula for figuring out payoffs, how awesome The Rock was, Vince's temper and fascination with Bobo Brazil, Vince and others not really understanding how people behave in the real world, the cliquishness of DX, Shawn Michaels' drug problems, recovery, and return to the ring, how it can be a curse to be a respected worker, and much more.  That makes it a big disappointment when the timeline is compressed so much and that part of the book ends so early.  There's still wrestling content later (Eddy Guerrero's death and funeral and full chapters about Chris Benoit and Jericho setting up his return to the company), but the end of the meat of the book came too soon and there were some really odd omissions, like completely ignoring Triple H and Stephanie McMahon's real-life relationship throughout the book.  He doesn't even mention it during the buildup to Wrestlemania 18 when he was alligned on-screen with Stephanie against the man that's now here husband, an angle that changed a lot from its conception.  Jericho's idea for the feud and why parts were vetoed show some unsurprising insights into Triple H..
Speaking of the Benoit chapter (which did prove the quotes that came out online last year to be legit), that's the other highlight of the book.  It's a really fascinating look at Benoit himself, their relationship, and Jericho's distraught reaction to the murder-suicide.  Everything from Benoit's dark sense of humor to how he was emotionally destroyed by the deaths of his friends and colleagues (especially Eddy Guerrero) is covered.  Jericho admits that associating Fragile X symptoms with Daniel Benoit was premature and part of his desperate search for anything that could've led to something that caused his best friend in the wrestling business to snap.  He was desperate for anything, even doing research on caffeine addiction.  The chapter also includes a photo of Daniel with Jericho and Funaki's sons backstage at Wrestlemania 21 that's so adorable that it's really depressing.
While I was disappointed by when the end of his first WWE run came in the book, the non-Fozzy, non-wrestling stuff was really interesting.  Nothing really worked out for him they way he hoped, and his trip to the first minor acting role he got is the funniest story in the book, something that fans of the sense of humor in "A Lions Tale" will love.  He discusses his drunk driving arrest in great detail, though I was mildly disappointed by the lack of discussion of the aftermath, like how he felt about having to attend mandatory Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
Overall, I highly recommend "Undisputed," and it's definitely one of the top-flight, must-read wrestling books.  If you loved "A Lion's Tale" or were fascinated by the backstage stories of his WWE run you've read over the years, then it's an even stronger recommendation.  Don't let the negative stuff in this review get you down: It's great, but given the high expectations, it's not quite what it could have been.


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What do the Superstars and Divas do to psyche themselves up before the bell? Our cameras go backstage for a never-before-seen look at their pre-match rituals.
Survivor Series turns 25-years-old this year! Celebrate the classic pay-per-view’s silver anniversary with a montage of spectacular photos you’ve never seen before!
Kelly Kelly reveals the secret body language of women…and what the Diva looks for when she’s checking you out!
Plus—your ultimate guide to Zack Ryder’s “Z! True Long Island Story”!

Jack Swagger gets you jacked with his ultimate push-up workout!
Dolph Ziggler sounds off on all your Tweets!
Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels reflect on their infamous feud!
A.J. and Kaitlyn cuddle up for their first WWE Magazine Q&A!
And…Cody Rhodes acts like a complete jerk!
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Out now! 'WWE Magazine’s' November issue! Only On BhabaniWWE.

WWE’s new COO and man in charge, Triple H, reveals the costs of being the boss in this exclusive 'WWE Magazine' interview and no one is spared, especially CM Punk.
Superstars reveal their secret conspiracy theories! You’ll never guess who’s behind them all?
The World’s Strongest Man answers the WWE Universe’s best questions from Twitter!
Follow Alex Riley on a mission with Mattel as he shows how his very first WWE action figure is made.
Superstar debate! Who’s the biggest nerd on the WWE roster? Not Alberto Del Rio!
Plus Randy Orton and all your favorite Superstars in action!

Christian looks like a jerk!
Daniel Bryan hips us to his most important body part!
Kaitlyn helps us figure out if your significant other is a psycho!
And your complete guide to WWE’s greatest venue—Madison Square Garden!

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Out now! 'WWE Magazine’s' October  issue! Only On BhabaniWWE.

You won’t believe what CM Punk says in this exclusive cover story—and what he asked for in his contract!
You can Tweet him! John Cena answers Twitter questions from readers just like you!
Daniel Bryan submits to our most probing questions while R-Truth gives us his most honest opinions on WWE’s latest conspiracies!
Sheamus’s new workout will have you looking like a warrior fit for battle!
Find out which Superstar’s team the experts are picking to win this year’s 'WWE Magazine' Fantasy Football Showdown!

Mark Henry acts like a jerk! The Miz opens his big mouth! Eve dishes Diva advice! And your complete guide to WWE’s newest pay-per-view, Vengeance!
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