His never-say-die attitude earned Brent Tate a reputation as one of the toughest and most inspiring players to have ever played rugby league. A career lasting more than a decade including 229 first grade games, an NRL premiership, 26 tests and 23 State of Origin appearances cemented his place as a modern day legend. With the brutal honesty for which he is known Brent tells the story behind one of the most remarkable football careers of all time. Through the pain and anguish of an unprecedented 16 potentially career ending injuries, to the highs of a Broncos premiership and record State of Origin victories, this is a rare insight into the reality of the modern game, by a player of unique toughness and commitment. Brent takes readers on his journey from a young boy growing up in Roma, to the incredible highs of his man of the match Origin performances, along with the controversial moments such as Josh Reynold's tackle in the 2014 State of Origin. For the first time Brent reveals the real story behind his leaving the Broncos, his honest ratings of the players he played with and against, and how he really felt the moment he knew his career was over. Iron Will is the true story of what it takes to succeed in the toughest game of all.