This fight is more about what Roy Jones lost than what I took
Every fight is do or die for me. I've come too far to start over. I'm on a destiny trip right now. I'm racing towards that heavyweight world championship.
I'm fighting the very best and I'm beating the very best. I'm looking to knock everybody out.
When I look at the 'Rocky Balboa' film when I played the undisputed heavyweight champion, I feel like art is going to imitate life. I played the champ in a movie and I'm going to become the champ in reality.
I feel like God gave me an amazing ability, and it's my duty to show people what I'm made of.
I wasn't blessed with this unique talent for nothing. I have to put it on display. The game hasn't retired me. When I went through all of my struggles, I became a champion right then. Now I just have to walk through my destiny.
He was bested by a better fighter, ...I didn't feel like he was intimidated. If I made a mistake he would have punished me.
Yeah I got a question: Any more excuses tonight, Roy?
Maybe now people will give a man credit where credit is deserved. Roy Jones was beaten by a better fighter period. I'm one of the best in the world.
I was a big light heavyweight but I feel perfect at heavyweight. When I look back at some of my old fights, I was really just a shell of myself. Now I'm healthy and strong and ready to get to the top.
Got any excuses tonight Roy?
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