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There’s Just One Problem By Brian Gewirtz PDF Download for free using the direct download link given at the bottom of this article.You can download the There’s Just One Problem By Brian Gewirtz PDF by clicking on the following download link. There’s Just One Problem By Brian Gewirtz PDF Download Link.Former WWE head writer Brian Gewirtz brings readers behind the scenes for an unprecedented look at the chaotic, surreal, unbelievable backstage world of the WWE. With untold stories from a career spanning over 15 years and featuring the biggest names and controversial moments in wrestling history, THERE'S JUST ONE PROBLEM is an honest, unflinching look on how an introverted life-long fan unexpectedly became one the most powerful men in all of professional wrestling. For decades wrestling was shrouded in secrecy. It had larger than life personalities, bone crunching physicality and jaw-dropping theatrics but backstage it was an industry devoid of outsiders. Then in 1999, after working together on a special for MTV, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson turned to 26-year old television writer Brian Gewirtz and asked “You ever consider writing for WWE?”  That question, and its answer, would have a profound effect on both of their lives for years to come. THERE'S JUST ONE PROBLEM is a story about perseverance, tenacity, and steel chairs. Most writers in the WWE last for a matter of months; Gewirtz was there for over 15 years, writing some of most memorable and infamous storylines in WWE history (covering the “Attitude Era”, the “Ruthless Aggression Era” and into the “PG” and “Reality” eras). Throughout this journey Gewirtz found himself becoming both friend and antagonist to some of the biggest names in WWE history – Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, Stephanie McMahon, Bill Goldberg, Paul Heyman, Chris Jericho, Shawn Michaels, and the two men who he worked the most closely with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.  These men not only shaped his life professionally but also personally, forcing him to grow and change both as a writer and a human being.During this journey, Gewirtz became friends and antagonists of some of the biggest names in WWE history: Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, Stephanie McMahon, Bill Goldberg, Paul Heyman, Chris Jericho, Shawn Michaels and the two men he. He worked more closely with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. These men shaped not only his professional but also his personal life, forcing him to grow and change as a writer and as a person. So how does a longtime fan and underdog become the ultimate connoisseur? How does a reserved personality deal head-on with her boss, the world’s most outrageous and unpredictable “alpha male,” WWE Chairman Vince McMahon? How do you earn respect in a dressing room that wants nothing more than to watch you disappear? Where do you go when each year’s struggle takes you further away from the writing career you’ve always wanted? On the advice of his idol, the late “hooligan” Roddy Piper, there’s only one way to get out of fear: don’t be afraid.

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