Box To Box
Curtis Woodhouse tells his story. The book talks about him making his debut for Sheffield United at the age of 17, going on to earn £4,000 a week, drinking, getting involved in fights, being sentenced to 250 hours’ community service, and playing against Liverpool in the Premier League whilst drunk.
The book also tells you that it was Barry Fry who suggested he take up boxing to provide an outlet for his anger, and a new passion was born. While still playing football, he became determined to make it as a boxer, and endured a long, hard battle and in September 2006 he made his professional debut.
Published by Simon & Schuster Ltd