Young Bucks’ book – Killing The Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues – has officially been released today. The book details the AEW Tag Team Champions’ journey in professional wrestling from the beginning to pretty much the present day.
An official press release describes the book as a “warm, heartfelt story told with the brothers’ wit and charm” stating that it “reveals how two undersized athletes from Southern California have risen to elite status in professional wrestling.”
— Young Bucks® (@youngbucks) February 24, 2020
Matt Jackson speaks of the book:
“Nearly 20 years ago, our father built us a wrestling ring in our back yard. Our journey to become professional wrestlers began here. Then after years of hawking T-shirts out of duffel bags at independent shows across the US, documenting our lives on a web series filmed on our phones, and performing at the biggest events in Japan, we’d eventually land the dream job of a lifetime. We’re excited to share the story of how we got there, after overcoming past failures, and finally deciding to play by our own rules, ignoring traditions, earning us the reputation by critics as two wrestlers who were ‘Killing The Business.’ This memoir is yet another milestone in our career, all thanks to the support of our amazing fans.”
You can pick up a copy of Young Bucks: Killing The Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues here.