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“I like to think of myself as a smart individual.” explained the soft spoken up state New Yorker.

“A lot of these guys want to put on this purple badge to prove they have a heart and can fight. Then 20 years after their career is over they have no money and can’t talk. I have beautiful kids and a stunning wife. I want to be able to look at my wife and say, ‘Babe, you’re still as beautiful as you were 30 years ago'”.

From a human and intellectual point of view, Monroe’s logic is perfectly laudable. But in the dysfunctional world of the prizefighter, it is borderline anathema. Profesional boxers are not ordinary men and if the great champions of lore had one thing in common, it was an abject inability to calculate their own limits. It’s hard to imagine Joe Frazier or Arturo Gatti having too much identification with Willie’s otherwise understandable credo for self-preservation.

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