Although in the late 1980s boxing is socially frowned upon and illegal for women in Ireland, a girl has one dream - to be the first Irish female world champion. But, how can a shy, young misfit become a professional boxer? Deirdre Gogarty follows her calling to compete, and journeys from the Irish Sea to the Gulf of Mexico, from outcast to center ring, from the depths of depression to the championship fight of her life...
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About the Author
Ireland native, Deirdre Gogarty, moved to the United States to pursue a boxing career. She's a graphic artist and coach at Ragin� Cajun Boxing Club. She lives with her husband near Lafayette, Louisiana.