Jun 11, 2021
Huma Abedins best-of-times, worst-of-times memoir to drop Nov. 2
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Huma Abedin plans to release a memoir that details the “great pride and overwhelming shame” of her relationships with Anthony Weiner and Hillary Clinton.
Abedin’s “Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds” is set for release on Nov. 2 at a list price of $30, according to Simon & Schuster.
The Thursday announcement came just days after Weiner, the disgraced former congressman and convicted sex offender, said he may sell a nonfungible token of the infamous crotch shot that sparked the first of his multiple sexting scandals.
The publisher says the 480-page book will detail Abedin’s failed marriage to Weiner including “what drew her to him, how much she wanted to believe in him, the devastation wrought by his betrayals — and their shared love for their son.”
It also claims the book will include a “deeply personal account” of working for Clinton as both women went experienced “extraordinary personal and professional highs, as well as unimaginable lows.”
“This journey has led me through exhilarating milestones and devastating setbacks,” Abedin says in press release.
“I have walked both with great pride and in overwhelming shame. It is a life I am — more than anything—enormously grateful for and a story I look forward to sharing.”Filed under anthony weiner , hillary clinton , huma abedin , memoirs , 6/11/21
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Anthony Joshua praised by Deontay Wilder’s coach for taking ‘dangerous’ Usyk fight after Tyson Fury furore
DEONTAY WILDER's new head coach Malik Scott has praised Anthony Joshua for taking a 'dangerous fight' with Oleksandr Usyk.
AJ is set to defend his unified titles against the former undisputed cruiserweight champion on September 25, although the fight has not been officially announced.5Anthony Joshua is gearing up for a showdown with Oleksandr UsykCredit: PA 5The undefeated Ukrainian will provide AJ with one of the tougher tests of his careerCredit: Getty 5Deontay Wilder's new coach, Malik Scott, has praised Joshua for fighting UsykCredit: Instagram @malikkingscott
Slick southpaw Usyk will provide Joshua with one of the toughest stylistic match-ups of his career, which Scott believes the Brit deserves credit for taking.
He told Sky Sports: “Usyk is a dangerous fight for anybody, not just Joshua.
"You have to commend Joshua for taking him on.
"Usyk is not a guy everybody is trying to fight – he is a guy that people would prefer not to fight.
“Usyk is learning on the job against the most dangerous guys.
“He didn’t go on a seven-fight plan.
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"This is his third fight at heavyweight. That’s a big climb.
“It will be interesting how Usyk responds to Joshua’s size and technicalities and how Joshua responds to Usyk’s speed as a southpaw."
Joshua, 31, is brimming with confidence ahead of his clash with the Ukrainian and is adamant his WBO mandatory brings nothing new to the table.
A fired-up Joshua said of Usyk's skills: “I fear none of them.
"He don’t bring nothing I ain’t seen before. Two hands, two legs, a brain and a bit of heart.
"He’s a good fighter, I’m challenging myself in training. So yeah, let’s get it on.”5Anthony Joshua was due to fight Tyson Fury in AugustCredit: Getty Most read in BoxingRIPEx-WWE star Melissa Coates dies aged 50 just months after life-saving leg amputationLive BlogBRAZIL VS COLOMBIANeymar and co make Copa America quarter-finals with controversial winPRIDE PRIZEFellow gay football player thanks Nassib for being first NFL star to come outDUNKED ONLeBron's tweet about teammate's weed arrest goes viralSHAKING IT OFFDevin Booker busts open nose during collision with Patrick BeverleyPicturedJUL IN THE CROWNJulian Draxler and stunning girlfriend relax on boat after Euro 2020 snub
Joshua's clash with Usyk came following the collapse of his long-awaited undisputed heavyweight title fight with Tyson Fury.
The Watford Warrior was left bitterly disappointed by the scrapping of the fight, so much so he launched a blistering attack on The Gypsy King.
But the Olympian has shifted his focus to getting the better of Usyk.
He told Sky Sports: “I wanted to go like August but change of opponent, completely different style, the team said push it back a little bit, prepare properly.
“This is a fight I need to win because I was at the final destination on that road to undisputed but now we have a pit stop we have to make with Usyk.
"At the end of September is when I’ll be taking on the former undisputed cruiserweight champion of the world.”Anthony Joshua shows off hulking body at gym during balloon workout