Barry McGuigan — Irish Athlete born on February 28, 1961,

Finbar Patrick McGuigan MBE, known as Barry McGuigan and nicknamed The Clones Cyclone, is a retired Irish professional boxer from Clones, County Monaghan, Ireland who became a World Boxing Association featherweight champion. Barry was a fan favourite for British and Irish audiences, as he represented neutrality and peace in a time when Northern Ireland was divided as part of The Troubles. He founded, and is the current President of, the Professional Boxing Association... (wikipedia)

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.
It is not the size of the dog in the fight that counts, but the size of the fight in the dog.
A pit bull is like a fighter. Every so often it needs to taste blood.
The trouble with boxing is that too often it ends in sadness.
I train very hard, either rowing on the cross trainer or running. Not only do you feel tired afterwards but it relaxes you, it completely clears the head. But to sort things out I also like to walk.