My pro boxing debut at the Castaic Brickyard was named "The California Female Fight of the Year"
My nonfiction novel offers a first-hand look at competing in a male-dominated sport in the late 1990s
I started boxing at age 28 in the late 1990s, and earned two Golden Gloves Championship titles during my two-year-long boxing career
I fell in love with boxing when I was a newspaper journalist, and went on assignment at a boxing gym for at-risk youth called Kid Gloves
I earned my ring name "Disaster Diva" for the bloody brawls witnessed during my fights
My boxing career was made possible by coaches and trainers who believed in my athletic ability to compete in the roped-off square
"No punches pulled by the hard hitting Ms Doyle in her true life novelistic rendering of what it's like to punch her way to fame! A knockout!!"
- Ivor Davis, Investigative Journalist & Best-Selling Author of "Manson Exposed: A Reporter's 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder"