This book you view is the story of Maureen Shea, a story of heartbreak and disappointment, perseverance and grace and an unlikely friendship between a female boxer and one of her greatest fans. After escaping an abusive relationship, Moe took up boxing and her first claim to fame was training Hilary Swank for “Million Dollar Baby”. A hard-working and ferocious fighter, she is a kind-hearted person who “worked too hard to be known just as Hilary Swank's sparring partner”. Wearing cornrows and skirts in the ring, Moe perfected a delicate balance of woman and boxer and without complaint embraced the challenges that came with being a woman fighter in a man's sport. Chet Jelinski was never a fan of women's boxing until he met Maureen Shea, but Moe's attitude changed all of that for Chet, and a friendship forged in a shared love of boxing was born. The book chronicles Moe's accomplishments, disappointments and triumphs in TV appearances, as a motivational speaker, and as one who stands against domestic violence. Most of all, the book follows Moe's journey on her way to capturing her first boxing championship and also the hearts of all who know her.