Born right into a boxing relations, the son of Mexican-born mom and dad, Oscar "the Golden Boy" De l. a. Hoya has lived the yank Dream—achieving exceptional luck in every thing from athletics to enterprise, from the recording to various charitable ventures. The winner of six global titles and an Olympic gold medal, he has defeated greater than a dozen global champions and has left a good mark at the game of boxing, inspiring many that had all yet given up hope.
American Son is his story—a quintessentially American story—a frank, touching, and revealing memoir from probably the most celebrated opponents within the historical past of boxing. it's the exciting story of an immigrant's son—the chronicle of an awesome life's trip that provides new perception into the non-public global and noteworthy occupation of a gentleman, an athlete, and a real nationwide icon.
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