“This is no joke, you can die ‘playing’ boxing. Don’t ever write a man off. We don’t know what Rio’s got. It might be the second coming of Muhammad Ali. I very much doubt it. But a lot of the stuff I’m hearing comes from jealousy. People don’t want to give people a chance. If Rio is willing to dedicate his life to it and do it properly then who are we pour scorn on it. A lot of stuff annoys me and I had it directed at myself. I became a champion of England and Britain,” said Woodhouse.
The biggest difference is, Woodhouse made the move in his mid-twenties, while Ferdinand is nearly 40 years old.
— Curtis Woodhouse (@curtiswoodhous8) September 20, 2017