Mark Hunt’s Autobiography is one of the best books I’ve ever read. It has changed the way I view life and it has made me question what people are capable of, in both good ways and bad. This book is a deeply emotional story about the real life nightmares that Mark Hunt has faced and it’s a reminder to many of us just how lucky we are. Mark Hunt was dealt a very bad hand in life, but against all the odds he managed to achieve greatness and his story is both sad and inspirational.
Most MMA autobiographies are written in a macho tone that makes it hard to connect with the person behind the story. Mark Hunt’s Autobiography is different because he manages to tell his story without the tough guy undertone. This makes the whole book feel very authentic from start to finish. You never get the impression that Mark is exaggerating the truth and the authenticity in the writing really helps you to connect with Mark as a person.
Mark Hunt’s Autobiography is a great book because you don’t even have to be a fan of MMA or even like Mark to enjoy it. This autobiography stands out on it’s own as a solid, well written story that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster.
“I remember when I was a little kid. I used to cry sometimes when I saw Mum and Dad eating dinner outside in the car, because that meant there wasn’t any for us. My sister would console me by telling me that one day I would be able to eat whenever I wanted and I used to fantasize about her being right. Now I live that fantasy”
Mark Hunt’s Autobiography is an inspirational story about a young boy from New Zealand who overcame all the odds to become a World Champion, an amazing father and a loving husband. You should buy this book immediately. You will love it.