'Even by boxing's standards, Curtis Woodhouse's story is truly remarkable'
– Ricky Hatton
'A pulsating page-turner of a book'
– Joe Bernstein, Mail on Sunday
'Incredible story. So few brutally honest books like this around. Inspirational stuff.'
– Adrian Durham
Curtis Woodhouse is one of the most compelling and funniest sportsmen I have ever met. He brings the contrasting worlds of professional football and boxing to life - in a way that is as brutally honest as it is gripping, amusing and illuminating. Woodhouse, in the company of his skilled co-writer Ben Dirs, has produced a riveting read. If you’re interested in football, boxing or, most of all, real life, Box to Box will draw you in and keep you hooked.
– Donald McRae, Author of the award-winning Dark Trade and In Black & White
'This tale...will have you teary one moment and in fits of laughter the next. A must read for those who love football and boxing, or both.'
– Chris McKenna, Daily Star
'This car-crash tale ... is littered with anecdotes and insights that bring the dressing rooms of football and boxing to life, while leaving you saluting the withering wit and streetwise sagacity of a man who found the courage to chase his dream when others believed he was already living it... Whether you are in the mood to laugh or to cry, read this and do both... The mood changes from chapter to chapter, reflecting the compelling, conflicting character of the man himself. And as you turn the last page, you hanker after sharing a pint with him, knowing it could get messy…'
– Mike Costello
'Great lad, great book'
– Robbie Savage
'An astonishing story and a fantastic read'
– Darren Fletcher, BBC Radio 5 Live
– Boxing News
'A crazy journey and a great read'
– Gareth A. Davies, Daily Telegraph
'Brutally honest...One of the most explicit sporting books you will ever read'
– Alan Biggs, Sheffield Star
'An explosive tale of one of the most remarkable careers ever seen in British sport. Woodhouse's life story is Hollywood material.'
– Hull Daily Mail
‘An uncompromising account’
‘A brilliant book’
– Boxing News