Three-time all-American wrestler Anthony Robles shares his memoir Unstoppable: From Underdog to Undefeated: How I Became a Champion.
Doctors could not explain to Robles' mother, Judy, what caused Anthony to be born without a right leg. But at the age of five, the one-legged toddler scaled a fifty-foot pole unassisted. From that moment, Judy knew that her son would be unstoppable. Anthony first began wrestling in high school; he was the smallest kid on the team and finished the year in last place. But he completed his junior and senior years with a 96-0 record to become a two-time Arizona State champion, and — in college at ASU — won the NCAA National Championship in March 2011 and was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2012. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ANTHONY ROBLES is a three-time all-American wrestler and motivational speaker. A graduate of Arizona State University, he is the 2011 NCAA National Wrestling Champion. In 2011 Robles received the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the ESPYs and received the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. He was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2012. He lives in Mesa, Arizona.