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A pit bull is like a fighter. Every so often it needs to taste blood.
It is not the size of the dog in the fight that counts, but the size of the fight in the dog.
The trouble with boxing is that too often it ends in sadness.
I've spent my life navigating through sensitive issues. Not wanting to upset people.
Boxing is changing and training methods are slowly being dragged into the 21st century.
Every fighter has a story that could break your heart. We lose, we get hurt and everything comes apart. That's when it's so difficult to stay on the straight and narrow.
Boxing traditionally was received very well and accepted on both sides.
I don't want to sound obnoxious, but I like to think I brought it another step. I was able to bring people who were casually interested in boxing together.
I wanted to bring people together, and most importantly not feel threatened when they came to watch me box.
I get people to this day - I won my title 25 years ago - saying how wonderful a time they had during that dark period in our history when they came to watch me fight.