Best Seat in the House

  • by Justin Roberts, Tommy Dreamer - foreword
  • Narrated by Justin Roberts
  • 11 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

**Revised and Edited Edition Now Available**
Justin Roberts always dreamed of being a ring announcer at World Wrestling Entertainment. From 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 countless, passionate wrestling fans worldwide.
Best Seat in the House is the inspirational story of Roberts' ambitious journey to becoming a full-time ring announcer at WWE, performing all over the world and announcing weekly live events, TV shows, and the enormously popular pay-per-view spectaculars for more than a decade.
In 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 coworkers, workplace politics, grueling travel schedules, harsh requirements of WWE talent, and the overall merciless treatment from the higher-ups whose decisions can affect nearly the entire wrestling industry.
This book is the all-access backstage pass 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 planes with the biggest stars of professional wrestling.
Justin Roberts pulls no punches and gives you an uncensored, raw look at the journey of a young man chasing, catching, and living his dream.


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Customer Reviews

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Fantastic book. A fun Journey! Highly recommended

I really loved this book. Justin's story is a fantastic one which kept me hooked.
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- Greg Clark

Mundane moaning

Probably the worst wrestling book I've ever read, Justin moans moans moans constantly about what he would of done, moans more about nobody believing that the ring announcer should be booking the biggest wrestling company in the world, just when you think the moaning is over he moans that the wrestlers were mean to him, nothing ever seems to be his fault but rather every other person in the industry stopped him from changing the wrestling world! The only interesting stories in this moan tome is when he's talking about the guys who went out their way to give him autographs or phone calls to his father, justin comes across as a fanboy on a wrestling forum and seems to think his job entitled him to a more privileged position which is why he comes across as bitter and ungrateful for the position that he did hold. All this is justified by Justin telling us that he was just trying to make wrestling better for the fans or that he spoke for the fans or the fans deserve better, well the fans do deserve better, they deserve much better than this struggle of a book, at one point he talks about burning his mouth on pizza and that was probably a high point of his story, listening to this book was like being in jail, I just kept waiting for it all to be over. I realise this is one long ranting paragraph but that's all this book deserves. If you really want a wrestling book with some decent and frank story's the get bob hollys book instead. You have been warned!
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-06-2017
  • Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Sport, Ltd