New Details On Chris Jericho's Fourth Book

You'd have to be a stupid idiot to miss out on this one.

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Professional wrestler, rock star, published author: Chris Jericho is a man of many talents. He has provided years of entertainment across a variety of mediums, and while we don't know how much longer he'll stay with WWE, he does have a new book in the pipeline.

PWInsider.com have revealed a batch of new details on "No Is A Four-Letter Word: How I Failed Spelling But Succeeded In Life," starting with the following description:-

Six-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion and renaissance man Chris Jericho explains his secrets to success in his trademark writing style—ridiculous stories, hilarious references—showing how a small-town Canadian kid made his seemingly impossible dreams come true, against all odds.

Organized around 22 principles, No Is a Four-Letter Word outlines Jericho's guidelines to achieving your dreams and making it to the top, explaining how his encounters with legendary musicians, actors, and wrestlers influenced each principle. Whether it's learning how to make any situation work to his benefit, spending money to make money, understanding to always sell himself, or letting go of losing the gig of a lifetime, Jericho takes you with him on his journey up success's ladder and shows you how to apply these principles to your own life.

PWInsider are also reporting an August 2017 release date, though there is some confusion in this department, and Google Books are listing 15th June 2017 for the book's release.

The book's cover has also been released on Amazon.

"No Is A Four-Letter Word" will be the fourth book of Jericho's career thus far, and his first since 2014's "The Best In The World... At What, I Have No Idea." 2007's "A Lion's Tale" is held in particularly high esteem by fans and critics alike, and is widely considered one of wrestling's best autobiographies.

Given his track record as a writer and a list-maker, the book's "22 principles" format should be a hit, even if half of them are "armbar."

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