This comes as a bit of a surprise, considering how many mixed martial arts (MMA) fans live by the TL;DR creed.
Nevertheless, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre is now a New York Times best selling author after his book, "The Way of the Fight," made its way onto the list at number 30 following last month's release, according to MMA Weekly.
"Rush" penned the book during his recovery from knee surgery.
After beating Carlos Condit at UFC 154 in front of his hometown fans, the soon-to-be celluloid supervillain turned away Nick Diaz at UFC 158 last March in Montreal. He's expected to make his next title defense against Johny Hendricks later this year.
St. Pierre's book goes into detail about everything from his job as a garbageman, the pressure of being world champ and of course, his shocking loss to Matt Serra way back at UFC 69. "There is no excuse," GSP said. "In a fight, it's not the best fighter who wins, it's the fighter who fights the best."
Anyone out there pick up a copy?