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Ali would not be Ali unless I had come along. Him and me had three fights.
I'm sorry, but chick fights are sexy. If you don't think so, you're either an uptight woman or a lying man.
I grew up in the projects. You have no choice but to fight. My jokes used to get me in fights.
I don't like fights. I don't like aggressive people.
People get in fights because they don't communicate, because you don't want to hurt the other person.
There are no rules in fights with girls. Just hurting.
I don't go out and pick fights.
I was a pretty scrappy, tough kid; I got in all sorts of fights at school. I defended myself - boys didn't mess with me. But as one of seven children, you have to fight for everything anyway.
I was never involved in any fights in high school. I'm glad I wasn't. I'm not very big, and I don't find great joy in cuts and bruises.
I don't have fights with actors. In absolute honesty, I've never fought with any actor ever.
The man or country that fights priestcraft and priests is to my mind striking deeper for freedom than can be struck anywhere.
Fighters with 13 fights are winning world titles, and of course they don't know how to behave.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who also happens to be the 10th richest person in America, with a personal fortune of some $18 billion, likes to pick a fight - especially fights where the line between good and evil is particularly stark.
All they teach you in drama school is how to do stage fights and be a pain in rehearsals.
I did get in a few fights in school. Kids threw around anti-Semitic slurs, not knowing necessarily what they meant. It was probably just something they picked up somewhere, as kids do.
I love physical kinds of comedy and getting down and dirty and doing stunts. When I was growing up, I was always getting into fights with guys and usually punching out boys my age because I was a lot bigger and tougher. So I'm naturally accustomed to putting myself into the headspace of a girl who can take care of herself.
I think I went on a nice winning streak of about 20 fights until I fought Jorge Reyes and he stopped me in 6 rounds after I punched myself out.
I think I came up in fighting in a really technical way. If you've ever seen my fights, you know I love distance, I love technique.
You know, I think I had a great career; there's not much I think I'd do different other than get a title shot much earlier. I didn't get one till 49 or 50 fights into my career.
I would say that Roger Federer is pretty amazing. And Manny Pacquiao - he's such a tiny, little lightweight guy, but the way he fights makes people so excited.
I've been to fights, and I've seen them on television, but no, I would not call myself a fan of the sport, that particular sport, no.
All of my fights are planned. I study my opponents from A to Z. How he walks, how he looks, how he speaks, gestures of the human body, which is a certain language that provides you lots of information if you have the ability to read it. You just need to pay attention to it and gain experience over the years.
Many people in the world today are not starving because there is an inherent inability to produce food, they are starving because they are caught in the middle of political fights and blockades that have been used as weapons.
Tell me the truth - do you think I've lost my Southern accent? I feel it comes back to me only when I'm shouting at fights or at baseball games.
If you can believe this, I didn't fight for my first world title fight till I had 58 fights, so I really appreciated what I was fighting for and for whom as well.
Here's my favorite bonehead concept from the 1990s in the Pentagon: the theory of anti-access, area-denial asymmetrical strategies. Why do we call it that? Because it's got all those A's lined up I guess. This is gobbledygook for 'If the United States fights somebody, we're going to be huge. They're going to be small.'
Thomas P.M. Barnett
Leonardo da Vinci
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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