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I AINT GOT TIME TO BLEED By Jesse The Body Ventura In this book Jesse Ventura talks about when he was a Navy SEAL being a pro wrestler and his political career It is a very interesting book because you learn about the real Jesse Ventura and understand his views a lot better After he graduated from high school Jesse Ventura and a friend of his went to the Navy Recruiting office and signed up because they both wanted to become SEALs When they went to basic training each part of the Navy presented their division to them so that they could choose which part of the Navy they wanted to be a part of When the SEALs came they showed a video then whoever wanted to try out for the SEALs could stay and take some tests After him and his friend passed the test they went back to basic training After basic they had to go to BUDS to train to be a SEAL Finally after they graduated from BUDS they got sent over to Vietnam During their four years in the Navy SEALs they had to do two nine month tours overseas Jesses hero was the pro wrestler Superstar Billy Graham so when he got discharged from the Navy he trained to become a pro wrestler and dyed his hair to look like Billy Graham He started working for regional promotions down South then moved around into all different territories in the United States Then Vince McMahon lured him to the WWF up north A few months after Jesse went with the WWF most of the regional promotions were put out of business by the WWF The end of Jesses career came soon after he was hospitalized with pulmonary emboli After that Vince McMahon asked Jesse to be the first heelbad guy commentator in wrestling to take the side of all the heels in the matches The end of
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