Some people like going to the pub; I enjoy going to the gym.
When you're a man you try and be macho.
Sometimes your dreams come true.
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.
Boxing is the toughest and loneliest sport in the world.
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.
Sometimes when you have bipolar you have days you are grumpy and not feeling yourself.
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.
Boxing is a buzz, but I went into it to make a living. I wasn't going to go into the ring and get punched in the head for the fun of it.
I still believe in marriage.
My head has got regrets, but I haven't.
I try and maintain a little bit of fitness, man.
I'm not really a cutter-off sort of person. I'll chat to anybody.
If you say you've had a nervous breakdown or things aren't right mentally, people run away from you. They think you're from 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest,' you know.
People take the mickey out of mental health, but it is very delicate.
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