Former WWE Raw ring announcer Justin Roberts will have his biography book published on April 1, in time for WrestleMania, by Meyer & Meyer Sport.
Titled Best Seat In The House: Your Backstage Pass Through My WWE Journey, the book tells the story of a passionate professional wrestling fan who wanted nothing more than to be a ring announcer for World Wrestling Entertainment, and amazingly achieved his goal. It chronicles Roberts’ ambitious journey to becoming the full-time ring announcer at WWE, traveling the globe with the wrestlers and announcing weekly live events, TV shows, and the enormously popular pay-per-view spectaculars, for more than a decade.
His story also gives fans a unique backstage pass to what it’s like working for Vince McMahon and WWE, complete with the stories only he can tell – ranging from his WWE tryout to his final night on the big stage. In the book, he reveals why Vince McMahon and WWE don’t value the fans the way they should, which wrestlers were easy to work with and those who gave him a hard time, the charitable side of legends such as John Cena and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and what the public doesn’t know about the good they’ve done, the fun times had with the wrestlers, both behind the scenes and even in front of fans, and the roles various wrestlers played behind the scenes.
The hardcover book carries a retail regular price of $24.95 but it’s available to pre-order on Amazon for $13.89.