Unplugged & Totally Uncut

Chris Jericho Best In The World

October 24, 20145 min
The Best in the World: At What I Have No Idea (Gotham Books, October 14, 2014, hardcover & eBook) begins with Chris Jericho’s return to wrestling in 2007—a letdown for himself and his fans. His new short hair and same old frat-guy insults fell on deaf ears. But despite his sluggish return to the WWE, Jericho refused to give up. He ditched the big talker persona, taking cues from cold, closed-mouth on-screen villains and hard asses. No more autographs, no more baby-faced interviews, and no more boisterous monologues: Jericho was done talking. It was time to shut-up and do whatever it took to be The Best in the World. What followed from 2007 to 2010 were arguably the best years of Jericho’s noteworthy career to date, with three world title reigns and being named the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (WON) ‘Wrestler of the Year’ two years in a row. THE BEST IN THE WORLD chronicles some of the incredible and often preposterous highlights of those three years, including: • Scaring off Mickey Ro

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