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My dad and uncles listened to a lot of rap. My dad is a big fan of LL Cool J. Driving in the car with him, we’d listen to Jay-Z and Nas. My sister listened to a lot of No Limit, so I listened to Master P. and Cash Money – Lil Wayne and Juvenile. They had jewelry and nice cars. I was drawn to them.
My motto is ‘Man Down,’ and I have to live up to it. I don’t go in looking for the knockout, but I let it happen naturally.
I’m from the old school, where I want to fight the best. I want to reign supreme over all of them. I’m willing to fight all of them to prove all of that.
Once I get an opponent, I’m locked into him.
I want to stay active and busy. I don’t just want to fight a no-name opponent. I want a decent name or a big name or a world champion, somebody who is going to challenge me. That’s just it.
Kell Brook is a strong fighter. He likes to dictate the pace, which most boxers like to do. He likes to use his jab to set up other punches, like the left hook.
I still can improve a lot on my defense. I just have to keep perfecting my skills and keep progressing. You’re going to see a better Errol Spence next time I get in the ring.
I don’t believe in talking when you have the number of the person who can make that fight happen. If you really want it, you know who to call.
I still have to unify my division and basically become the undefeated welterweight champion of the world. I can’t lose. It is more added pressure, but it does make me work harder and keeps me more focused.
If Keith Thurman comes back, and he has a great fight and he shows what he’s been showing in the fights with Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter, everyone is going to talk about Errol Spence vs. Keith Thurman.
When I say we’re on different side of the streets, it’s true. Me and Terence Crawford are on different side of the streets.
I still have much to learn, especially about my defence.
I want to fight every opponent and take them out, no matter who it is. I’m here to prove I’m the best in the division.
I’m a boxing fan. I’ve seen Kell Brook fight. I’m not one of those boxers who says he doesn’t watch other guys fight or follow the sport. I do.
I want to be the undisputed champion of the world.
I am ready for a title unification fight with Keith Thurman and hope to be ready before too long for a move up to light-middleweight to meet Canelo Alvarez.
I want to fight every opponent and take them out, no matter who it is. I’m here to prove that I’m the best in the division.
The Dallas rap scene is growing, and hopefully we get to a level like Houston – everybody supporting each other, building each other up to be great.
I got family in the U.K. on my dad’s side of the family. My grandfather’s brother moved to the U.K. from Jamaica. It’s a pretty big family I’ll have there.
It doesn’t matter how many sit-ups you do, your work ethic. I know when I land that punch, and I’m on balance, they’re going to feel it regardless of how strong their core is.
There’s a lot of fighters that pop up out of the blue that you never heard of. They just don’t have the management or the promotion team or the spotlight, you know, to be seen. That’s the ones you’ve gotta watch out for.
No disrespect to Ugas. He’s a great fighter, and he’s ranked in the IBF, so I’m gonna have to fight him. But, you know, I’m looking to build my legacy and me beating Ugas is not gonna get me anywhere.
Shawn Porter is a good fighter, but he hasn’t accomplished nearly as much as Danny Garcia has accomplished or beat the fighters who he has beat.
I have a lot of big names on my side that I’m willing to fight, and I’m pretty sure they are willing to fight me, too.
When I become the undisputed champion of the world, then I’ll move up to 154.