As time goes by and you're getting older and stuff like that - getting older sucks. You know, I hear all this crap about, 'Oh, you can age with dignity.' Really?
Where I come from, being a hard man is being able to take a good beating and then get back up again and carry on fighting.
When you lose everything, and I mean everything, you sit there in this empty room in the dark, and the only person who can get you out is you.
I never look backwards. I have always been an athlete. I boxed before I acted.
I spent so long studying really hard to become a fine actor, but threw it all away because I got the adulation and the fame so easily.
Sometimes, when a man is alone, that's all you got is your dog.
Some of your worst gangsters are guys who were very low-key.
I come from a violent background. So I became hard. I realised that I had made myself that way to deal with a feeling of abandonment and shame.
I don't mind getting punched in the nose by a guy standing in front of me. It's getting stabbed in the back that I can't handle.
A lot of those who let you down are those who seemed the closest to you.
Comeback is a good word, man.
My dogs are more important than my family.
I was very immature when I was young, and for me there was no balance. Everything was just all or nothing.
The hardest thing in life to do is to change.
Wrestling and boxing is like Ping-Pong and rugby. There's no connection.
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