By Chris Jericho
A New York Times bestseller, WWE global Champion Chris Jericho's autobiography charts his direction from small-town Canadian child to important time international Wrestling Federation megastar.
Chris is the 1st undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the WWE and WCW, and has been named one of many fifty maximum wrestlers of all time. In A Lion's story, he dishes the dust on how he labored his method during the ranks along significant wrestling stars like Lance typhoon to turn into an important star.
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I had a very uncool haircut. My father bought hair clippers and cut my hair because that way the haircut would be free. And the easiest haircut that someone who had no training could do was a brush cut. This only made me feel more self-conscious. I thought that my ears stuck out as well. In any picture I was the smallest kid. When I had a haircut that looked like it was copied from a picture of Curly of the Three Growing Up s 61 s Stooges at a time when long hair was in style, I deﬁnitely felt like an outsider.
As kids we were always hungry and in season we ate as many apples and pears as we wanted. The ﬁrst thing we did, of course, was build a treehouse out of every piece of wood that we could get our hands on. This is where John Sevenhuissen came in handy. He was one of those kids who could build anything with his hands. If you gave him string and wood he could probably build a space shuttle. John was in charge of building the tree house and he did a great job. Gambatte s 52 s Since the orchard was abandoned, weeds were allowed to grow up to the height between my waist and my chest.
It seemed evident that someone had managed to get a bargain, somehow proﬁting on the misfortune of my family. It was sad to read about all of their worldly possessions being sold at auction. The most disturbing sale was the sale of my mother’s and Auntie Haru’s dolls for 10 cents. Somehow that was shameful. Someone once said to me that my family was lucky in that they had lost only material things, but we lost so much more. My grandfather died as a direct result of the imprisonment. Some of the “things” that have been lost forever were the only connections that my family had with their past.