Sussex-based Pitch Publishing releases SUPER: The Road From Hell by boxer Scott Dixon to U.K. markets. The book is slated for U.S. markets on October 1 2019.
Online PR News – 17-July-2019 – Sussex, U.K. – 'This is definitely one of the greatest stories you will ever see or hear about … what he has done is an inspiration to everyone,' Frank Bruno, former WBC heavyweight champion
Super Scott Dixon, grandson of legendary boxing coach Toby Dixon, has led and continues to live an interesting life. The scintillating autobiography, SUPER bell-rings the reader in "Round 1." In 2004, as Scott is preparing for his next title fight, he is brutally attacked and left for dead by unknown assailants. Unable to walk for one and a half years, much less box on a highly competitive level, Scott eventually wills himself to regain the German version of the WBU super-middleweight title in 2012.
'Scott Dixon's life story is a real true-to-life Rocky story and he is a truefighting warrior,' Joe Egan, former heavyweight champion.
Over the 12 Rounds, we follow Scott, blow-by-blow, through his early boxing success with Toby Dixon - Scott's grandfather and Newarthill trainer - Scott's relationship with the Peacock Gym and the Bowers brothers, his criminal activities, Scott's brush with Hollywood (Scott was the trainer and body-double for Brad Pitt in the move Snatch), as well as Scott's time in jail and psychiatric wards.
'Scott is a great fighter and he deserves every success after what he's been through,' Oscar de la Hoya
We also step inside the ring with Scott through stream-of-consciousness accounts of well-known title fights, including bouts with Michael Curruth, Derek Roche, Steve Roberts, and Anthony Farnell. Through humorous and sometimes harrowing first-hand accounts, SUPER takes the reader through Scott's fights both inside and outside the ring. More than a sports story, SUPER is a testament to both human frailty and the strength of will.