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Live as a man. Die as a man. Become a man. Yamatodamashii is roughly translated as Samurai Spirit or old spirit of Japan and has become synonymous with Enson Inoue. He was given this nickname by the Japanese people because of the way he carries himself inside and outside of the ring. This philosophy permeates throughout Enson’s experiences, helping him gain a different perspective on life with every new challenge that has come his way. He is the first World Shooto Heavyweight Champion, UFC fighter, Pride fighter, and pioneer of modern MMA. He gives an in-depth account of his philosophical insights and thrilling adventures both inside and outside the ring.

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Enson Inoue is a fourth generation Japanese American born and raised in Hawaii but has been residing in Japan for the last 24 years. He has had an extensive MMA career that includes achievements such as being the first Heavyweight World Shooto Champion, a fourth degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and a submission victory over UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture. His current focus is on raising awareness for the people of the Tohoku region in Japan that were affected by the 2011 Tsunami and Earthquake.

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It's obviously my mistake, I thought I was buying a book with martial art(s) philosophy and perspective than a diary.
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There was no problem at all, in good condition, i was very happy to book so fast, thanks a lot!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must read! Kept picking the book back up whenever I walked by it!!! 14 juillet 2014
Par Eric Ott - Publié sur
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This book is a great read for anyone who followed early MMA or and current fans. Enson is a polarizing figure and a pioneer that brought us some of the most exciting and memorable fights of MMA's golden years. The book lets you peer though a window into the mind of one of early MMA's most interesting fighters. Enson, having fought in all of the major promotions gives us the fighter's perspective of living/fighting around the world; and some of the behind the scenes details with the nefarious Yakuza bosses that promote shows in Japan. It is a must read for MMA fans.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 My username is not serious. 20 juillet 2014
Par 420 69 4 Life - Publié sur
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This is a very interesting book, especially for fans of the MMA of the era of Pride FC, Shooto, and Vale Tudo. The stories are entertaining and Inoue's philosophy is admirable. The reason I give the book 3 stars is that it has an absurd amount of grammatical, spelling,structural and continuity errors. Rarely can you finish a page of this book without noticing an obvious mistake. And trust me, I'm not some nit-picky grammar nerd out to throw a wet blanket on people's work. I don't know, maybe it is nit-picky to care about the use of "where" and "wear", "their" and "there", "holy s***" and "holly s***", closing quotes, paragraphs, and run-on sentences.

I know that Inoue is a fighter/businessman and not a writer, and that he authored and self-published this book, but it seems as though Inoue wrote the book, ran spellcheck on the word document, then put the book out for sale. No editing for content continuity or errors has been done. I wouldn't go into an MMA fight without professional advice and training; nor would I publish a book without professional advice and editing. (Obviously it's not the same since you don't stand to be physically harmed by publishing an unedited book, but you get the point of the analogy. If you're new to something, get some assistance from someone with experience.)

- Very entertaining stories from Inoue's life.
- Very cool to be able to read Inoue's account of his fights, then be able to go and watch most of them on Youtube. (Be sure to watch the Heath Herring fight.)
- Great insight into the Pre-UFC overlord MMA world.

- Unbelievable amount of errors. The continuity errors are probably the worst. It's difficult at times to follow the timeline of the stories.

If Inoue would pay an editor a couple dollars to give this book a run-through, it would be a 5 star book. Overall, I very much enjoyed this book and would recommend it to any MMA fan with a caveat regarding the errors.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Yamato Damashii (Samurai Sprit) 24 juin 2014
Par G. Isobe - Publié sur
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If you’re a fan of Japanese culture and/or martial arts, you’ll love this book. It is an easy read as the chapters are formatted for us short-attention span folks. I was fortunate to live in Japan during the period (1993-2000) when Pride Fighting Championships was in it’s peak, so I remember many of the events from the chapters first-hand. Many of the chapters could probably have been expanded into books. Enson shares his journey from Hawaii to Japan, getting over the culture shock (I’m NOT Japanese?), from racquetball to MMA fighting, highs and lows in business and personal relationships along the way along. Throughout the book, you get to understand his philosophy- Yamato Damashii, and how he values life…but more importantly as a Samurai, how he looks at Death.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 " is a great start. The book is more of an autobiographical ... 10 décembre 2016
Par Steven salas - Publié sur
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If one is looking for a book that will help you mold your spirit, Enson Inoue's, "Live as a Man. Die as a Man." is a great start. The book is more of an autobiographical memoir of Enson's past, but even though they are is stories, I believe anyone can relate to the lessons he is trying to present. The book though, has some grammatical errors, but it will not take away from the actual content of the book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The reason I took off a star is because like most people I was distracted by the constant grammatical ... 23 juillet 2014
Par Superbeagle - Publié sur
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As a huge fan of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast I heard about this book from there. I bought it before the podcast was even over. Enson comes across as a man with honor and this book is full of interesting stories regarding his life and fighting career. I was entertained the whole read through. The reason I took off a star is because like most people I was distracted by the constant grammatical errors. I am given the impression that there was no proofreading here, and it took away from the story just a bit. But even errors aside they didn't take away much from this book. The genuine and honest way that Enson comes across is refreshing. You get the vibe he is telling it the way it was, and there is no exaggeration. From his scraps outside the ring, his relationships, and his heartbreaking message to his son, this book is a great 360 degree view into the life of a man obsessed with mixed martial arts. He lives and breathes it, even living out of his van while he trained for years. He is a loyal friend and talks frequently about how he would die for his friends and family, and you believe him. A great book if you are a fan of MMA or of people who live the samurai spirit in general. Yamatodamashii!
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