Thursday, January 29, 2015

Those who can, up to a point, teach even better: Quote Spotlight

Former Super Featherweight and Light Welterweight Champion, Roger "Black Mamba" Mayweather, in a September 2013 interview with Hustle Boss' Chris Robinson, had the following exchange: 

Roger: "Discipline, obviously, is the most important part about boxing. Because, if you ain't disciplined, you ain't gonna get nowhere, no way. You've got to be disciplined."

Chris Robinson: "Were you disciplined, when you were a fighter?"

Roger: "To a certain degree."

Roger clarified the humourous and self-indicting sound of his reply by adding: "I wasn't like my nephew."

Catch the full (but brief) interview here:

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