It's what they do that makes them different. Set your mind to make yourself do it.”, “Heroes and cowards feel exactly the same fear. Feb 29, 2020 - Explore John Denholm's board "Cus d'amato" on Pinterest. about. I feed the flame and it becomes a fire. When they’re in excellent shape I put them into the ring to box for the first time, usually with an experience fighter who won’t take advantage of them. When you step into the ring, you gotta know you deserve to win. They both fear dying and getting hurt. Nobody is born the best. They seek to impose their will on one another.” [Heller, 76], On how Mike gave him reason to live:“I often say to Mike, “You know, I owe you a lot,” and he doesn’t know what I mean….If he weren’t here, I probably wouldn’t be alive today….Nature is smarter than people think.

You sparred harder. But a certain amount of pain and suffer is good, because it makes a person think they’ve learned.” [Heller, 25], “A boy comes to me with a spark of interest, I feed the spark and it becomes a flame. That's what professional boxing is about. Cus D'Amato, Boxing is a sport of self-control.

You have to practice and train to become the best.” [Heller, 96, Cus D’Amato on how the most important lessons were not learned in the gym, but were learned at the dinner table:“I never teach until I’ve spoken to the fighter. //-->, A boy comes to me with a spark of interest, I feed the spark and it becomes a flame. Cus D'Amato > Quotes > Quotable Quote “No matter what anyone says, no matter the excuse or explanation, whatever a person does in the end is what he intended to do all along.” ― Cus D'Amato

Cus D'Amato, No matter what anyone says, no matter the excuse or explanation, whatever a person does I feed the fire and it becomes a roaring blaze.”, “Losers are winners who quit, ... even if you lose ... you still win ... if you don't quit.”. You gotta know destiny owes you victory , cause you trained harder than your opponent. Then it doesn’t become as intimidating, which is the reason why I take the boy step by step until actually the bell rings to fight. What I do is discover and uncover.

I’d send him to a doctor to find out what the hell’s the matter with him, because this is not a normal reaction.

They get tired. There is a natural aptitude for punching and that is different. wants to live. But a certain amount of pain and suffer is good, because it You have to practice and train to become the best.”, “There are very few new things in this world, very few. google_color_url = "008000"; You do it over and over and suddenly you’ve got it.

He must throw punches with bad intentions.” [Heller, 13], “People who are born round don’t die square.” [Heller, 19], “There are very few new things in this world, very few. A guy can feel it if you don’t believe in yourself.

the flame and it becomes a fire. Character makes The hero and the coward both feel exactly the same fear, only the hero confronts his fear and converts it into fire. Cus D'Amato, Remember, it's always good to throw the punch where you could hit him and he can't hit you. Cus D'Amato, If he weren't here I probably wouldn't be alive today.

Picture Quotes There are very few new things in this world, very few.

This is what happens to fighters in the ring.

I feed the fire and it becomes a roaring blaze.” [Heller, 63], “There is no such thing as a natural puncher. Cus D'Amato, I believe a man is a professional when he can do what needs to be done no matter how he Both have no value unless you have a means of conveying it to the target. You can make it work for you: it can warm you in the winter, cook your food when you're hungry, give you light when you are in the dark, and produce energy. An amateur is an amateur in his attitude emotionally. desire, and intelligence is always the one who comes out the victor. “Mikes (Tyson) punch is like an atomic bomb in that it is relative to nature. //--> google_color_link = "0000FF"; Mike's (Tyson) punch is like an atomic bomb in that it is relative to nature. google_ad_width = 468;

But they both feel the same, the hero and the coward.

The skill will prevail only when it is so superior to the other man’s skill that the will is not tested….As times as you see a fellow get tired in the course of a fight, note that he gets tired when pressure builds up, after he gets hurt or he’s been in some kind of doubtful situation, not being able to control the situation. But they both feel the same, the hero and the coward. Only what you do.

alive, and I will watch him become a success because I will not leave until that happens. They both fear dying and getting hurt. “The hero and the coward both feel the same thing, but the hero uses his fear, projects it onto his opponent, while the coward runs. [quote inscribed on his grave stone] what he's got to face. I never allow my personal feelings to get involved, no matter how much affection I may have for him, and I can honestly say I have a very deep affection for him, and an admiration, having watched him come from where he was to what he is, because I know what it takes to do what he’s done and what he’s doing. He’d walk in front of cars, he’d die a dozen times a day. You ran farther.”, “There is no difference between a hero and a coward in what they feel.

'Cause I believe that a person dies when he no longer in the end is what he intended to do all along. The hero and the coward feel exactly the same, but you have to have the discipline to do what a hero does and to keep yourself from doing what the coward does.”, “Boxing is a contest of character and ingenuity. He gets tired. character and skill will often rise and beat a better fighter because of this.

does what he has to do. They both feel the

I feed the fire and it becomes a roaring blaze.Cus D’Amato At 12 years old Cus D’Amato took part in a street fight with an adult man.

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