By Justin Roberts
Justin Roberts continuously dreamed of being a hoop announcer at global Wrestling leisure. From fiddling with motion figures of the final word Warrior, the Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels, Bret Hitman Hart and Hulk Hogan to truly asserting those larger-than-life characters to the hoop, Roberts lived out the dream of numerous, passionate wrestling enthusiasts all over the world.
Best Seat within the Houseis the inspirational tale of Roberts bold trip to changing into a full-time ring announcer at WWE acting around the globe and saying weekly reside occasions, television exhibits, and the drastically well known pay-per-view spectaculars for greater than a decade.
as well as saying the pinnacle wrestlers in activities leisure from Nature Boy Ric aptitude, 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 additionally relives wonderful and candid moments together with his real-life superhero co-workers, place of work politics, grueling commute schedules, harsh standards of WWE expertise, and the general cruel therapy from the higher-ups whose judgements can impact approximately the full wrestling industry.
This ebook is the all-access behind the scenes go if you happen to have continuously questioned what it'd be prefer to paintings at WWE lower than the notorious Vince McMahon and commute around the world in vehicles, buses and planes with the largest stars wrestling.
Justin Roberts pulls no punches and provides you an uncensored, uncooked examine the adventure of a tender guy chasing, catching and dwelling his dream.
Best Seat in the home is an relaxing and enlightening examine the present day WWE. Roberts discusses the company's drawbacks overtly, whereas nonetheless retaining an admiration and appreciate for plenty of of these who proceed to paintings there. For enthusiasts of contemporary product it really is an absolute needs to learn. most sensible Seat in the home: Your behind the curtain go through My WWE trip might be, and merits to be, very close to the head of 2017's most sensible vendor record for pro wrestling books and should be on many brief lists for booklet of the yr. April 14, 2017, Keith Morrison, wrestlebookreview.com
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Haze announcing. We got hazed seven days a week, but also got to enjoy the parties that came with it. In addition to a lot of the Wildcat athletes, Nicole Richie, Kourtney Kardashian, and others frequented our parties and fraternity house, in general. I was definitely having fun, but I wasn’t totally sure how I would ever get wrestling work in Arizona. The one wrestling company that allowed me to announce was in Illinois, and I knew of nothing in Arizona. Before I left for school, I was told that the Honky Tonk Man, a popular WWF superstar from the late 80s, lived in Arizona.
As to be expected, we weren’t your normal group, either. We weren’t going out and doing the usual things in high school. A couple of us had convertibles and would put the tops down in the middle of winter and fly kites out of our cars while driving around the school parking lot. ” Ask a girl to one of the school dances? No. Too normal. We would rather drive to a friend’s house where everyone would meet before and after the dance and make goofy signs and tie cars together with string. We were not, by any means, the school studs, but we were having fun while not harming anyone else, and that was all that mattered.
During senior year in high school, my friends and I took a trip to the city to see an episode. Now, one of the guys I had met in wrestling, “Big Daddy”, suggested that I call the producer he knew from the show. “He would love you. ” I wasn’t too serious when I called, but I thought, why not? I talked to a producer and told him to let me know if anything ever came up. Well, that night, something came up. He asked me if I wanted to fly out and be on the show. I asked him to standby. I had a few things I needed to clear up first.