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Made in America: The Most Dominant Champion in UFC History

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2008

    Interesting Fighter, Uninspired Book

    I love watching Matt fight, but this book is completely flat. Usually when somebody writes a book about themself, the main theme is that they have come to some knowledge or realization from their experiences. Some profound wisdom they have lived their entire life to find. There is nothing like that here. There is no conclusion, no climax, and all events are written in a very uninspired way. Its flat. Second, a lot of the book is trash talking people he has fought, or that he doesnt like. Matt doesnt seem to like a lot of people. He bullies people and definitely proves himself not to be a good coach or mentor. After all of the trash talk in this book, its hard to take the 'Finding Religion' chapter seriously. Beyond that chapter, the insults and back handed compliments continue. Strange. I love Matt as a fighter, but this book is one to find at the library. I wish it had been better...

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 26, 2009

    Matt Hughes should fire whoever helped him write this book. If he wrote it himself he should burn all writing utensils he owns...

    This "biography" of the life of UFC fighter Matt Hughes was depressing. I was a huge Hughes fan until reading this book. The work basically details the pompous and arrogant exploits of a man who apparently has been a bully from birth to adulthood. The book is also poorly written. The only redeeming quality was some of the information (if true) about the other fighters he trains with was interesting. If you are a big (and I mean huge) MMA fan, you might want to buy this one if it's in the bargain section. If you pay full price for it you might shoot yourself later.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2008

    true fan

    This book is great!!! It may be flat as some of you say but if your a true fan of hughes then you really dont care!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2008

    Great fighter, Great Book

    This book is good, it may skip around a little but, I still feel this is one of the best books I've read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2008

    Terrible

    Wow, Matt Hughes comes off as just as much of a jerk in his biography as he does on TV. About the only interesting thing in this book is interactions outside of the ring with some other fighters. Dont waste your money on this one.

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