American Victory IS a great read, regardless of whether or not you are really into wrestling. It is not high literature. It is just a great read. The overall story is a great one, of course. But there are a lot of great stories within the story, and it really is one of those "I can't put this down" types of books. I read it in two nights, because I couldn't stop once I got started.Whether or not Henry decides to go for the 2012 Olympics, he may end up being one of the best ambassadors for the sport in our lifetime, because he is so honest, affable in his story telling, projects himself so well, and unlike so many wrestling heroes, he is interested in going outside of the box in promoting the sport and himself. Dancing with the Stars? He would generate a lot of interest in the sport if he does that, because he would likely do well, and a lot of folks would start wondering about wrestling as a result. Could you imagine Gable or Sanderson doing anything even remotely like that? Don't think so.Get the book, talk it up and get others to buy it. Go Henry. Congrats on the journey so far. Good luck with the next chapter of your life. And good luck to Angel. If you could help him get to the Olympics and win it, THAT would be a hell of a story. The next Henry Cejudo book, for sure!
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Henry discusses his book American Victory and tells a story about when he lost at Jr Worlds, then got upset at a tournament in AZ and he left the tournament and took off to San Diego for a week without telling anyone. When he got back he tried to walk back into the wrestling room at the OTC and Terry Brands kicked him out for a month. It was a valuable lesson learned.