Chris Jericho has so far released two biographies: 2007's A Lion's Tale: Around the World in Spandex and 2011's Undisputed: How to Become World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps.
Both books are witty, well-written and imbued with a candid honesty than many wrestling biographies simply don't have.They are also helped by the fact that Jericho, as he has noted to The Sun newspaper in the past, refused to use a ghost-writer like so many others.
This helps in making the book come off as more genuine and poignant. Notably, the segment in Undisputed in which he deals with the Chris Benoit tragedy is one of the best and most informative things anyone in wrestling has had to say on the matter.
Impressively, Undisputed also made the prestigious best-seller list in the New York Times.
Subscribing to the Mick Foley theory that you can never write too many books about yourself, Jericho has mentioned on Twitter that he is currently working on his third book. We can't wait.