Mental illness can happen to anybody. You can be a dustman, a politician, a Tesco worker... anyone. It could be your dad, your brother or your aunt.
Boxing is the toughest and loneliest sport in the world.
Well, that's cricket Harry. These things happen in boxing
Mental illness is a very powerful thing. If it is with you it is probably going to be there until the day you die. I am trying so hard to break mine, but it is not easy. It is my toughest fight ever.
I was in a no-win situation, so I'm glad that I won rather than lost
It's like a kettle. If it's a kettle, you turn the kettle off, you know what I mean? I wish I could put a hole in my head and let the steam come out. The steam was getting so high and the pressure was just getting a little bit much for me.
But when you actually go in the ring, it's a very lonely and scary place. It's just you and the other guy.
I was about 18 six years ago. I'm 28 now.
My trainer, George Francis, used to train a lot of African boxers. They're hungry guys, man. They've got no trainers, got nothing. They're so hungry to do boxing, to make some money.
Being sectioned was the best thing that ever happened to me,
I wouldn't mind getting emotionally involved with a woman.
Boxing is just show business with blood.
The colors I use may clash or vibrate against one another but this is done intentionally.
When I came into boxing, I brought it to the next level with adverts and doing pantomime and people just got jealous of me doing that.
I want to stay healthy, keep fit, eat well, keep a low profile and be a good dad.
We're not cameras, we're artists.
Boxing's all about getting the job done as quickly as possible, whether it takes 10 or 15 or 20 rounds.
Boxing is the toughest and loneliest sport in the world. You've got all the fans, lots of hangers-on jumping up and shouting different words. But when you actually go in the ring, it's a very lonely and scary place. It's just you and the other guy.
I still get invitations from all over Europe to speak at dinners, and it's an honour that promoters and charities can use me to create income.
Journalists have always written that my mum said that I punched a hole through my cot when I was three years old. I don't remember doing that, and I think it was more that I was very energetic.
I am just working on staying alive.
The most important thing taught to my students is to not be so photo realist in what they depict.
I didn't play a great deal of sport in primary school. It was not until I went away to boarding school in Sussex that I really got into sport.
Strong line quality, composition and form are more crucial although even this is loosely done.
People take the mickey out of mental health, but it is very delicate.
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