YES! YES! YES! Daniel Bryan is the real deal. Everyone’s favourite underdog, he’s proven to the world and to all of WWE that looks can be deceiving. Just ask everyone who’s ever underestimated him...right before he went out and whipped the WWE Universe into a frenzy.
This is Bryan’s behind-the-scenes story told for the first time ever - from his beginnings as a child wanting to wrestle to his ten years on the circuit before finally making it in WWE. When his YES! chant becomes a full-fledged movement, his career skyrockets. This book chronicles all the hard work, values, influences, unique life choices and more leading to his watershed week at WrestleMania 30.
You won’t want to miss it. Yes! We’re sure about this.
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I loved the stories of Daniel Bryan's that happened during his career and the struggles he went through.
The only thing that made me cringe was the secondary narrator Peter Berkrot, between not being able to pronounce John Cenas name correctly and his grating voice that was really the only thing I hated and couldn't wait until he finished speaking. Other than that the audio book is great.
loved the daniel bryan history side, the craig narrated 'wrestlemania week' account not so much
"I didn't want to stop listening"
Such a fantastic listen and one I can listen to over and over again. Daniel Bryan's a fantastic storyteller in the ring and his skills transfer to the page seemlessly. Funny, honest, insightful and heartbreaking, this is a must listen to for anyone who wants to enjoy a good story.
"Love Daniel, hate the other guy."
Everything narrated by Daniel was brilliant - I HATED the other guy's narration and Craig Tello's sections. Really jarred with Daniel's great story. Well done Daniel - boo to the other guy.
this book was amazing- what a legend!! really didn't want to book to end, and really want him to write another book!!
"Interesting - but only Bryans bits"
Yeah, but with the warning that Peter Berkot / Craig Tello's parts are awful.
Daniels does, but Berkot's performance is terrible, and his voice is sleazy and smarmy.
Would have preferred just the stuff by Daniel Bryan
the other narrator is a bit naff, and it's all very much in line with the cheesy product. The auto biographical part is much better, I'd love to hear more
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