9780062937834-0062937839-Young Bucks: Killing the Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues

Young Bucks: Killing the Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues

ISBN-13: 9780062937834
ISBN-10: 0062937839
Author: Jackson, Matt, Jackson, Nick
Publication date: 2020
Publisher: Dey Street Books
Format: Hardcover 304 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780062937834
ISBN-10: 0062937839
Author: Jackson, Matt, Jackson, Nick
Publication date: 2020
Publisher: Dey Street Books
Format: Hardcover 304 pages

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Acknowledged authors Jackson, Matt, Jackson, Nick wrote Young Bucks: Killing the Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues comprising 304 pages back in 2020. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0062937839 and 9780062937834. Since then Young Bucks: Killing the Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 3.04 or rent at the marketplace.

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The electric and daring independent wrestling tag team tells their inspiring story, revealing how two undersized, ambitious amateur athletes from Southern California became the idols of millions of popular sports fans and coveted among the ranks of AEW’s elite wrestling lineup.

Famous for their highflying moves, Superkicks and viral videos, Matt and Nick Jackson are two of the hottest and most talented competitors in professional wrestling today. Known as the Young Bucks, this pair of ambitious brothers are an inspiration to both fans and aspiring wrestlers worldwide due to their message of resilience and determination. That they are also faithful family men devoted to their loved ones gives them additional appeal.

A warm, heartfelt story of hope, perseverance, and undying ambition told with the brothers’ wit and charm, Young Bucks begins in Southern California, where two young boys grew up dreaming of success and fame. Matt and Nick look back on the sacrifices they made to achieve their ambitions, from taking odd jobs to pay for their own wrestling ring to hosting backyard events with friends. They share their joy at being recruited into the amateur California circuit and the work it took to finally make it professionally, and speak frankly about what it means to have the support of millions of fans cheering their talents in arenas nationwide. The Young Bucks talk endearingly about their sport, their faith, and their families, sharing personal reflections and behind-the-scenes anecdotes while paying tribute to the wrestling acts and inspirations that came before them. They also elaborate on this historical time in the evolution of wrestling, as the sport and its culture dramatically change day by day.

Alternating between each brother’s perspective from chapter to chapter, this entertaining memoir is a complete portrait of what it means to grow into—and give back to—wrestling, the sport and profession they embody and love.

Young Bucks features approximately two dozen photographs.

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