My father taught me, in boxing, that when you - particularly when you get hit in the face for the first time - you're going to panic. That instead of panicking, just accept it. Stay calm. And any time anybody hits you, they always leave themselves open to be hit.
In the Sixties, you needed talent to make it.
As I got more successful, I felt it was more incumbent upon me to help the other people. I did more and more and the more I did the more I wanted.
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