Book SynopsisAs a young child, Anthony Daniels dreamed of becoming a professional hockey player. He was on track to becoming a professional athlete, till one day a freak car accident ended his hockey career. He was accepted to Fordham University to study business and pre-law, when Anthony developed an itch starting at his toes that quickly moved up his body. Following several tests, Anthony was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Despite his prognosis, Anthony fought his cancer into remission twice within two years. Anthony was born an athlete, not competing was unacceptable for him. Anthony was introduced to boxing. Something he never thought he could do while battling cancer. Not soon after, Anthony found himself at a boxing gym, training as an athlete again. When his cancer returned for the third and even fourth time, Anthony never gave up. Following high doses of chemotherapy and radiation treatment that would have anyone in bed for days, Anthony would train for several hours at the boxing gym. In 2018, while battling Hodgkin's Lymphoma for the fifth time, Anthony was also diagnosed with brain cancer. His credit of surviving cancer over five times was based on his strength and endurance. There is no cure for Anthony, and he is ready to tell people his story. In The Fight, Anthony's message is clear; make the decision to never give up, choose to be strong, and find your purpose despite your circumstances.