I think there's a part in each one of us that wants the impossible to happen, and that's what surprises are.
I wake up every morning and I surprise myself. I wake up to a new me.
When I throw a punch, I mean it.
Since I've started fighting it has taught me a lot about self respect, self confidence and self control.
You shouldn't be greedy. You should feel good about yourself and not be greedy of what other people have.
I have gotten some of the most beautiful experiences that a person can possibly ask for so I'm not at all complaining.
I know I'm always rooting for the underdog in a fight, and I love to be constantly surprised.
I want people to see me for who I am and not for how someone else is trying to promote me.
I definitely don't want to be one of those athletes who turns into a cheesy actress.
I like fighting because it's honest.
I don't mind answering any questions, because I'm not just a fighter. I'm a lot more than that.
It's a very big deal to me to remain the same person because I know all of this is going to be gone one day and I'm just going to have myself.
Well you know, I have the utmost respect for people like Angelina Jolie and Zoe Saldana in 'Colombiana. '
My knowledge of video games ends with Nintendo 'Mario Bros.'
You want to get better even after people smash you down. You want to be better than you were before.
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