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Best Seat in the HouseHalfway through this book I had this rated much higher But at some oint it becomes tedious He just keeps repeating the same thing over and over We get it You always wanted a window seat for long flights There could have been one chapter on his invention thing designed to help eople heal uicker But it keeps getting brought back up over and over again with nothing new to add each time And the whole thing with Connor s Cure comes across wrong I know he was telling his side of the story But it s like he kept sayi Who would have thought a ring announcer would have a great story to tell Well I guess it makes sense if you think about it As far as agendas it makes sense if you think about it As far as agendas and incentives to revise history the ring announcer would have little or none yet was ringside for years in the business we all want to know and about behind the scenes Justin s story is fun exciting sad disappointing encouraging discouraging and just about every other emotion you can imagine As I read the story I found myself and annoyed with the modern WWE culture and and interested in Justin s story After reading several different books and hearing a slew of shoot interviews I do not doubt anything Justin wrote in this story The story about Conner was articularly touching I won t spoil anything here I will just suggest that you should read this book if you have not already Anyone interested in the world of wrestling especially WWE and the fascinating real life story of a man following and succeeding with his childhood dream should definitely consider icking up this book Roberts is so genuine and raw while he covers all of the ositive and negative aspects of his journey with the company that he once dreamed of working for He rovides all kinds of stories to immerse working for He rovides all kinds of stories to immerse whether they be comedic like locker room When The Light Went Out pranks or helping out a dying 8 year old boy there is something to touch all emotions Thank you to Justin for his writing and thank you for reading this review This was a very interesting book From a lifelong WWE fan it doesrovide a great deal of insight into what a career in WWE is like On the flip side that career seems to not be as interesting as it seemsThe author Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates provides a great amount of detail in this book He has an interesting story to tell What drags the book down is repetition and theolitics of WWE After hearings bout backstage olitics constantly through the book the author ends up appearing like a complainer In my opinion the WWE sounds like just about any other company in America today Is that good no but after reading 300 ages about เพชรพระอุมา (ตอน 04) อาถรรพณ์นิทรานคร politics in this book I am about beatOverall this is a good and interesting read Wish it was not so repetitive Could have been told in 200ages and story would have ended just the same Great story but the editing is awful Between the typos grammatical errors and oor writing it s hard to believe that anyone roofread s hard to believe that anyone roofread even once It s shocking that this was ublished in the st. Justin Roberts always dreamed of being a ring announcer at World Wrestling Entertainment From Baby Girl (Erik Ead Trilogy, playing with action figures of the Ultimate Warrior the Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels Bret Hitman Hart and Hulk Hogan to actually announcing these larger than life characters to the ring Roberts lived out the dream of countlessassionate wrestling fans worldwide Best Seat in the House is the inspirational story of Roberts' ambitious journey to becoming a full time ring announcer at WWEperforming all over the world and announci. Brainwashing of the German Nation paragraph is actually repeated That being said I d strongly recommend this to wrestling fans because it s an honest look at the life of working for the WWE With better editing this could ve been 5 stars Justin Roberts has written a HELL of a book about the wrestling businessarticularly WWEbut he s not a wrestler Roberts was a WWE ring announcer for 10 years but a lifelong fan and worked in the business before his big break As his book states his Encounters with Rauschenberg: (A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture) pass Former WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts recounts the story of his life and his time working for the biggest wrestling company in the worldJustin worked for WWE sporadically for years before finally securing a full time announce gig as the voice of the ECW brand From there he worked his way up to Smackdown and eventually the flagshiprogram Monday Night Raw Roberts discusses the highs and the seemingly endless lows of working for the world s biggest wrestling organizationAbove all else Best Seat in the House is a heartbreaking read Justin s endless assion for the wrestling business is second to none The amount of effort and drive to do what he did just to get his foot in the door of McMahon s what he did just to get his foot in the door of McMahon s company is astounding Once he got in he uickly found out that working for WWE while it may be a dream job for some is unbelievably stressful Not only do you have to exist inside an archaic hazing style environment but you also need to work within a disorganized mess under the direction of an erratic and often irrational boss in Vince McMahonObviously the WWE machine would not exist today if not for the tireless work by the company s head honcho McMahon but judging by Justin s memoir Vince seems to expect everyone to either work just as hard as him which in my opinion is not fair or be mind readersLast year WWE was under fire due to a report that alleged tenured erformer JBL John Bradshaw Layfield relentlessly bullied lay by lay commentator Mauro Ranallo to the Social Media and Social Movements: The Transformation of Communication Patterns point where he left hisosition Mauro well known to suffer from bipolar disorder luckily found a spot away from JBL under the umbrella of the NXT brand While JBL Mauro and WWE deny that the story was true it s not hard to believe its validity In this book Roberts goes into extensive detail about how he was treated by Layfield through excessive humiliation and constant mental abuse What is even worse is that this type of behaviour is encouraged While Principles of Isotope Geology pranks or ribs have always been aart of the wrestling industry telling someone to kill themselves or stealing their Ouroboros passport causing them to miss shows is crossing a lineI knowrofessional wrestling already doesn t have the best reputation but hearing about garbage like this will always keep it from truly Hollendartida i Norge: 1550–1750 penetrating the mainstream Luckily through theower of social media word of this type of mistreatment travels uickly Does it always work No However at. Ng weekly live events TV shows and the enormously opular ay er view spectacularsfor than a decadeIn addition to announcing the top wrestlers in sports entertainment from Nature Boy Ric Flair Rowdy Roddy Piper Sgt Slaughter King Kong Bundy and the Iron Sheik to Dwayne the Rock Johnson Stone Cold Steve Austin John Cena Brock Lesnar CM Punk Chris Jericho and the Undertaker Roberts also relives entertaining and candid moments with his real life superhero co workers workplace olitics grueling travel schedules harsh reuir. ,

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Least this type of behaviour isn t so easily buriedThe Best Seat in the House was or less a good read There are some compelling stories about his time on the road and his role in helping WWE connect with Connor Michalek an eight year old boy suffering from ediatric cancer I found that a few of the stories tended to feel a bit repetitive near the end which had me skipping through the book a little during the last 10% I think Justin s story is an important one as he was Neither Considered An Employee considered an employee was he viewed as talent so despite having an integral role in the company he was often overlooked for romotions raises or recognition and constantly undervalued It s really too bad because he s one of my all time favorite ring announcers A retty good tell all from all time favorite ring announcers A retty good tell all from who lived the WWE life for over a decadeThe book is bolstered by its specificity you learn a lot about roles in WWE you otherwise wouldn t and honesty but hurt by its oor editing and also dare I say unlikable rotagonist While it s clear that Roberts Is Passionate About The is Punainen metsä passionate about the he was likely an annoying coworker who meddled constantly far outside his job role making daily life for his superiors and coworkers difficult and strained than it needed to be Typically I d think that s a good uality the sueaky wheel gets the grease and be the change you want to see and all that jazz if I also didn t have the impression that Roberts never developed arofessional acumen beyond that he Forever Im Yours possessed at age 22 when he broke into the WWE If Roberts has hundreds ofages to support the ideas he Basilio Boullosa Stars in the Fountain of Highlandtown presented to his WWE superiors and didn t do an effective job it s likely he didn t create any good business cases for them while he was employed thus why he was largely ignored outside of his job roleIt s unfortunate that Roberts had experiences like he did bullying being ignored being erased in major company stories but if I found him annoying and unprofessional it might not be without basis I would not blame you for thinking a autobiography from a WWE ring announcer would not be that exciting of a read but Roberts has a lot to say about his 12 years with the WWE He has an intriguing story about beingersistent about follow Roberts book is written in an oral style which actually served the book well You feel like you re simply listening to a friend tell his story which is filled with ups downs and the utterly ridiculous As the author tells his story two things are very clear his love for wrestling and the unprofessional bully culture of the company he spent his whole life wanting to work for The interesting thing is that it doesn t read like a tell all and it s clear his Honey, I Wrecked the Kids: When Yelling, Screaming, Threats, Bribes, Timeouts, Sticker Charts and Removing Privileges All Don't Work purpose is not toublicly shame WWE But as you read his story WWE is certainly shamed I just finished the book and immediately canceled my WWE Network subscription I refuse to give my money to a company who would be guilty of even 5% of what is described in the book. Ements of WWE talent and the overall merciless treatment from the higher ups whose decisions can affect nearly the entire wrestling industryThis book is the all access backstage ass for those who have always wondered what it would be like to work at WWE under the infamous Vince McMahon and travel all over the world in cars buses and lanes with the biggest stars of A Spectre Is Haunting Texas professional wrestlingJustin Robertsulls no unches and gives you an uncensored raw look at the journey of a young man chasing catching and living his dre. .