After the first cult classic Damn! Why Did I Write This Book?, fans demanded a sequel. After tons of fan mail, tweets, and outstanding reviews from wrestling fans around the globe, JTG brings the heat once again.
In this epic sequel, JTG not only brings you more career-threatening tales from his career, he also explains how to play "The Game". What is The Game? The Game is an unspoken set of power moves that are executed backstage. When a superstar politics and deliberately makes very strategic strides in order to advance in his or her career outside the wrestling ring, that's called Playing The Game.
Want to know how some of your favorite superstars make it to the top of the wrestling food chain? Find out in JTG's much anticipated sequel on how superstars play The Game.
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A very entertaining collection of stories. Definitely an eye opener about life in the WWE.
JTG makes the stories fun with his delivery. He could do with slowing down as some sections seem rushed and its hard to tell where the paragraph ended. Also he pronounces "Pause" instead of just pausing which is weird. Overall this is a good value listen that will be fun for any wrestling fan.
"Hysterical and Witty"
This sequel to Damn why did I write this book was hilarious. I love all of the insight that JTG provides about the wrestling industry. He finds a way to tell stories of moments gone wrong in his life and spin it into a positive with comedy. I especially liked when JTG would ask himself a question, and add his internal monologue as another character to the story. I for one hope he continues writing more books. Definitely with every penny spent on the download!
"You Wrote This Book Because It's Awesome Too"
JTG is a great story teller with many entertaining stories to tell
I did listen to it in one sitting
I enjoyed Damn! Why Did I Write This Book?, but I think this sequel is a little bit better.
"not as good as the first book"
unlike the first book, this book is mostly jtg s thoughts on backstage politics and comes off as "I should have done this...". disappointing compared to the 1st book.
This was a very entertaining listen. JTG is a fun narrator, the stories are hilarious and the book flows very well.
"Another awesome read!"
If JTG never wrestles again, he will definitely have a bright future in writing. I respect his ability to turn a negative into a positive. I am eagerly anticipating his next project.
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