Death Clutch by Brock Lesnar

62%

9 Critic Reviews

While I can understand why Brock would avoid sharing the word-for-word exchange he had with his boss, the consistent lack of such details throughout the book on many topics prevents it from being a great autobiography.
-Pro Wrestling

Synopsis

The “baddest man on the planet,” undisputed, three-time WWE Champion and current UFC World Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesner, shares his true personal story of determination, domination, and survival in Death Clutch. A raw, no-holds-barred memoir from one of the most popular—and polarizing—figures in sports entertainment and professional mixed martial arts, Death Clutch is an essential volume for every WWE and Ultimate Fighting fan.
 

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Brock Lesnar is the only athlete in history to win the NCAA Division I Heavyweight Wrestling Championship, and the WWE and UFC World Heavyweight Wrestling Championship Titles. He lives in Minnesota with his wife, Rena, his daughter, Mya, and his sons, Turk and Duke. Paul Heyman is Brock Lesnar's longtime confidant, having worked with him both on-camera and behind the scenes in WWE. He lives in New York with his wife, Marla, daughter, Azalea, and son, Jacob.
 
Published May 24, 2011 by HarperCollins e-books. 241 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction
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Critic reviews for Death Clutch
All: 9 | Positive: 5 | Negative: 4

Examiner

Excellent
Reviewed by Nicholas Ahlhelm on Aug 31 2011

Though barely over 200 pages, Lesnar and Heyman chronicle an interesting and very private individual perhaps as well as readers will ever experience. 

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The Sweet Science

Below average
Reviewed by Brian J. D'Souza on Jun 22 2011

The other major flaw with Death Clutch is Lesnar’s inability to speak in concrete terms on his financial contracts, whether with the WWE or the UFC.

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MMA Recap

Excellent
Reviewed by Brent Todd on Jun 07 2011

Overall Death Clutch provides exactly what I thought it was going to and more.

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Pro Wrestling

Below average
Reviewed by Jason Powell on Jun 01 2011

While I can understand why Brock would avoid sharing the word-for-word exchange he had with his boss, the consistent lack of such details throughout the book on many topics prevents it from being a great autobiography.

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Cageside Seats

Below average
Reviewed by David Bixenspan on May 31 2011

There really isn't much of value in the book after the amateur wrestling chapters. 

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Pro MMA Now

Good
Reviewed by Jack Bratcher on May 30 2011

There were several points in the book I found myself laughing out loud. That, combined with the fact I read the whole thing in a couple of sittings is rare for me with a book.

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Ringside Reports

Excellent
Reviewed by Ringside Reports on May 24 2011

Haters of Lesnar will only look at this book and find they were always right about how he was born with a wicked spirit. 

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Dead Presidents

Good
Reviewed by Dead Presidents on Jun 01 2011

If you are a Brock Lesnar fan, then I’d definitely recommend it.

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Powerhouse MMA

Below average
Reviewed by Powerhouse MMA on Sep 02 2012

So overall I give this book a 6/10. Good read but too short.

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