In London, in 1785, Samuel Medina is the toast of the town, a fighter with a code of honour, as popular and successful in his day as David Beckham. Even the Prince Regent comes to see him fight and bets money on him to win. Fame and fortune are his for the taking - until he meets an opponent who has no time for honour. He is just out to win any way he can. It seems Samuel has met his match. When the story begins, Samuel is a man reminiscing about his younger days. Then the story goes in flash-back to his first fight, when he was in his teens. This book may appeal to both age groups.Tailored for dyslexic readers but can be read by anyone.