I’m not done yet baby. Everything is good, ya know? I’m fine. Haha look at me, I’m still here aint I? Still standing as strong as can be. Still got my smile and still looking pretty. No matter what he throws at me, I still keep coming forward. I just keep on bobbing and weaving, eating his punches and throwing blows of my own. Can’t hurt me…He knows he cant hurt me baby! So he says “I cant hurt him, but I can take everything from him”. Taken everything from me…he tried to. Took my pops when I was younger, then my smile, my career, my money, my friends…and my son. Oh my son…our son…I’m sorry son. Then he took you baby, but you came back. Then my smile came back. He knew he couldn’t take everything from me so he says “I can’t take from him anymore but I can kill him”. He started trying to kill me but I wouldn’t die, just wouldn’t die. Every time he tried, I just came back. Stronger, faster, wiser and better than ever! He couldn’t kill me! But he made me bleed, but I could take it. See baby I’m not human. I’m an animal, I got warrior blood in me, beast blood in me. I’m a lion, aaaaah! When the smoke clears and the rain stops, I’m still gonna be here with my chest out, my chin up, smiling like a peacock…still standing…still strong…still champ. Remember when Ali shocked the world? When he knocked out Liston? That’s what I’m gonna do. I’m gonna shock the world baby! It may take me 12 rounds, 15 rounds, 1000 rounds of the rest of my life but I’m gonna beat him baby, I’m gonna knock alcohol out. You’re gonna be here right by my side baby. You’re my everything, everything that makes me a champion. You are my strength, my stamina, my heart. With you I’m unstoppable. Without you…I’m a loser. And my fans baby, they’re still here too. They never left my side. Can you hear them? Shhh…listen. They’re chanting my name. Gary! Gary! Gary! Gary! Gary! The announcer is there too baby and ya know what he says? The winner…and still undisputed champion of his life…me.
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