How can I win?”
“For one simple reason: There is a very important rule. You want to win, but you are not allowed to be the first to enter that fight, or to be the first guy who enters that fight. We want to get people into the ring who have never been in the ring, that is not the same as winning. The rules, the spirit must come from the spirit, from the man, not from the rules. You have to do this.
“Do you want to be in the box-office for a week, or is it to do this one fight?”
“I am not interested in that, I just want to find some other ways to pay my bills, make my lifestyle. This is a long term thing. I am going to have to live on this and just keep trying.”
On being a millionaire and not paying taxes:
“It is not a financial problem. I pay taxes now. I paid about $100,000 before the fight. That is not a problem right now. I am a businessman.”
On being in a fight with the undefeated, undefeated, undefeated, undefeated champion who is already in a six-fight win streak, an unbeaten 26-0, undefeated record over a 10-year period from 1993-1997, the last three of which were against two-time world title challengers:
“I was prepared for Floyd Mayweather. If we ever come to fight again, you know I will be bigger than him.”
The following story was first published in The Daily Beast. To hear the full interview, download the audio podcast here or listen through the player below.
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