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Stanley Paul, publishers, London - first UK edition ISBN:0091809339, 1995. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Small white-out to front endpaper. Crease to top jacket edge. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Thirty-four b&w photographs. George Foreman shocked the world when he regained the heavyweight boxing championship at the age of forty-five. Here, George tells the astounding tale of how he did it; how his desire, drive and faith made his return to glory anything but an impossible dream. Writing candidly about his childhood, his family, his triumphs and tragedies in and out of the ring, Foreman's story takes the reader from the heights of Olympic fame to the depths of doubt and despair.