Brock Lesnar Personally Invites Fans to Read “DeathClutch”

Nick Paglino

It’s Tuesday, May 24, 2011.

Brock Lesnar’s long-awaited autobiography DeathClutch, co-written by his longtime confidant and former ECW Owner and WWE Smackdown head writer Paul Heyman hits the book stores today!  In a release tonight to promote the book, the only man to ever hold the NCAA Division I Heavyweight Championship, the Undisputed WWE Heavyweight Championship, and the UFC Heavyweight Championship of the World offered WrestleZone readers an insight as to why you should buy his book:

There has been a lot written about me over the years, and I have managed to ignore most of it. I don’t watch much TV. I don’t spend any time on the Internet. I don’t read the fan magazines. And I don’t listen to gossip.

But even though I do my best to stay away from all the hype, people are always coming up and asking the latest rumor some jackass started about me. I can’t stay away from it. It’s everywhere.

People want to know what really happened, the story of my life as I’ve lived it.

The bottom line: I don’t talk about my personal life with strangers. This one time, and this one time only, you are invited to join me in my private world for a few hours. Just don’t ever expect another invitation.

                                                                                                                           — Brock Lesnar

You can pick up DeathClutch in bookstores around the United States now, or you can order the book through the trusted online source Amazon HERE!

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