"I used to be a trainer, so I expect that soon I'll get back into training: fighters, boxers. But right now I'm on dialysis, so I'm waiting to be more comfortable with that and then get back to training fighters. Try to be the best trainer in the world, man."
"What does it take to be a good trainer?"
"Dedication! Cuz somebody's always trying harder, somebody's doing more. You gotta do the most you can and nothing's easy if it's worth it."
"Was there any person you trained who you were like, 'This person's a star'?"
"Oh, wow. Well, I started training under my father and we took in a guy (he's a lot older than me). He was on the streets and not doing that well, let's put it that way. My dad took him in and through fighting he learned discipline and responsibility and he really, really changed his life. So, when I saw how much that fighting could give you something to wake up to and how much it changed his life, like, that was it. Like, I wanted to be a trainer forever. And I was like eight years old."
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