A nice breezy style and a somewhat interesting story. But Mitchel does breath life into it. One can only admire his candor and tenacity. That said I wish he used an aggressive editor. Since it appears he/you is going to continue to write , it would in my humble opinion, make a real difference. Any fair minded person would wish him/you the best.
On a personal level, Renzo Gracie is one of my closest friends. He was driving through the UAE last night, and I told him about your BJJ info. You truly have what it takes on the inside to excel at BJJ. Best wishes brother.
Wayne Bradshaw author" Jersey Tough "
Broadway Jose is the author's autobiographical story of an American senior citizen who attends a tackle football game in Buenos Aires' American football league. Captivated by the experience, he sets out to prove himself the illegitimate stepchild of Walter Mitty and George Plimpton--that attempted by going through a six-week training camp and being drafted into the league. During the course of this tale, Belacone comes off his couch to experience all of things that most of us have only been a witness to as spectators of professional football. Much of the knowledge he absorbed as an astute listener to its expert commentators, he applies as his team's quarterback and new owner. This humorous and highly entertaining book, without the pretense of trying, serves as a master class in leadership and learning to work within cultural differences.
About the Author
Mitchell Belacone, a native New Yorker, has been living in Buenos Aires since 2003. A mediocre athlete growing up, he came into his own in his fifties as a league-leading quarterback in Argentina. The preface will fill you in on many more details about Mr. Belacone. This mostly lighthearted football drama follows Belacone's well received first book, "Two Dramas on My Way to Hell, a collection of short stories based on earlier adventures and misadventures