Brock Lesnar’s “Death Clutch” Autobiography Hits Stores May 24th

Brock Lesnar’s autobiography, “Death Clutch” is set to his stores on May 24th, and as it stands, could become the most popular mixed martial arts related book yet.



Lesnar, a former NCAA Division I national wrestling champion at the University of Minnesota, eventually became a superstar with World Wrestling Entertainment. He then continued his wrestling-entertainment exploits in Japan, briefly joined the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, and then launched a new career as an MMA fighter.

In just his fourth pro fight, he won the UFC’s heavyweight title and quickly became the organization’s biggest pay-per-view debut. Despite losing the title to Cain Velasquez after a once-life-threatening bout of diverticulitis, he remains one of the most prominent and polarizing fighters in the sport.

The current The Ultimate Fighter 13 coach will meet with fellow contender Junior Dos Santos in a season-ending bout at UFC 131 in June.

The 208-page title retails for $25.99. The book follows recent releases from the likes of Chuck Liddell, Matt Hughes, Randy Couture and Brian Stann.

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