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To me, boxing is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography and the dancers hit each other.More [07/30/2005 12:07:00]
George: Hey, it's seen us! Find the boxing button!
Paul: Whoever heard of a "boxing button"?
John: Who cares! Find one!More [10/12/2005 12:10:00]
Football and boxing are my two favorite sports.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
I took some lumps and bruises, but that's what we were there to do. Charles S. Dutton is an avid boxing fan and we wanted to sort of set a new standard for boxing films.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
I'm an avid boxing fan, so that was an attraction as well. And to work with Meg Ryan, Charles Dutton... and I just thought the story was great.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
It was crazy... five hours a day, just constant boxing, like Boxing 101. I had never worked out that hard. It was crazy, staying overtime in the gym, just being as physically prepared as I could be.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
Rocky is the quintessential boxing film, but guys in the boxing gyms completely think that's a misrepresentation of boxing.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
We wanted the boxing to look authentic. To do that, we had to go in there and dish it, and give it.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
What was really really rich was shooting the boxing stuff. That's when some of the boxers got to say, Wow this stuff is pretty hard, because the repetition of it.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
I suddenly got obsessive about boxing and Muhammad Ali around the time he was fighting Joe Frazier. I went off and did boxing. I looked incredibly good in the gym.More [10/30/2006 12:10:00]
Gertrude Astor, the star of the showboat company, and I had a long fight scene, in which both of us wore boxing gloves and swimsuits.More [11/04/2006 12:11:00]
I have now been boxing and watching fights and it's so fun. If you watch fights with the right people, it's a really good time.More [11/07/2006 12:11:00]
I've worked with dogs before and they'll sit and they'll roll over. With kangaroos, you say "Sit!" and they start boxing with you. They're nuts!More [12/18/2006 12:12:00]
“Both were equally strenuous. I might feel a little sillier swinging the sword, but it's just as hard as boxing. The difference is when you make a mistake in the boxing you just get tapped a little and you shake it off. But with the swords they use real steel. Every actor had cuts on his hands and people get hit on the arms, so it's a little harder.”More [12/27/2006 12:12:00]
Gomez: [Deleted Scene]
[Gomez calls out Riggs from the boxing ring]
Gomez: "I'm waiting old man"
Martin Riggs: [to Roger] "Did he say old man?"
Roger Murtaugh: He said "old man", old man.
[laughs]More [03/04/2007 12:03:00]
“Throughout the history of the sport, the heavyweight champion has been... a reason to talk about boxing at the water cooler.”More [10/13/2007 12:10:00]
“We've seen some horrific decisions, and we don't see them once every millennium. If you're any kind of boxing fan, you see them much too often. If it's several times a year, it's too much, but it's way beyond that. Every month, you're going to see a bad decision if you watch enough boxing.”More [10/13/2007 12:10:00]
As a promoter representing a fighter, who in this case is myself, I knew I was doing the right thing by filing this appeal, … And for the oldest sanctioning body in boxing to support my case, after reviewing the tape themselves, speaks for itself. I am very happy with the decision.More [12/05/2007 12:12:00]
[Mr. Biddle has challenged the visiting Marines to a boxing match]
Aunt Mary Drexel: It looks as though Anthony might learn an interesting lesson this evening. I'm half tempted to go out there and watch.
Mrs. Cordelia Biddle: Aunt Mary! You forget that Anthony has boxed with champions.
Aunt Mary Drexel: But they were friends, Cordelia, and professionals. These men are not friends, and there is nothing so dangerous as the inspired amateur.More [01/31/2008 12:01:00]
Miss Cordelia Biddle: [singing to her reflection] Oh, Miss Cordelia Drexel Biddle, I thought I knew you well! But now, Miss Cordelia Drexel Biddle, I just can't tell. Are you Valentine candy, or boxing gloves? Lately you seem very strange... What in the world's coming over you? Everything's starting to change. Are you sonnets by Shelley, or rover boys? Once, any answer would do... Why are you suddenly wondering, which kind of someone are you? Is a boy meant to spar with, or gaze at a star with? Should you kiss him, or blacken his eye? Now if he buys you roses, a right to the nose is really not quite the proper reply... You're so lost in the middle of in-between. Is your destiny canvas, or crêpe de Chine? Will you someday be someone that somebody loves? Are you Valentine candy... or boxing gloves?More [01/31/2008 12:01:00]
Mike: [grabbing Micky, as Davy struggles in the boxing ring] YOU are the dummy, dummy!More [02/17/2008 12:02:00]
New York's like a boxing match. In Hollywood, it's like a Fellini movie or something.More [09/04/2008 12:09:00]
Charlie Chan:
A thousand pardons. Assault and battery not permitted without license from boxing commission.

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[KO Stradivarius tries to leave the boxing ring but gets caught in the ropes]



KO Stradivarius:
Time out! Time out!



Moe:
I suppose you'll want the afternoon off.

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Dai Bando:
How would you go about taking the measurement of a stick?



Mr. Jonas:
Why, by its length.



Dai Bando:
And how would you measure a man who would use a stick on a boy one-third his size? Now, you are good in the use of a stick, but boxing is my subject, according to the rules laid down by the good Marquess of Queensberry... And happy I am to pass on my knowledge to you.

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Dai Bando:
A man is never too old to learn, is it, Mr. Jonas?



Mr. Jonas:
[uncertainly] No.



Dai Bando:
I was in school myself once, but no great one for knowledge.



Mr. Jonas:
[angrily, shaking his cane] Look here, what do you want?



Dai Bando:
Knowledge.


[taking Mr. Jonas' cane]



Dai Bando:
How would you go about taking the measurement of a stick, Mr. Jonas?



Mr. Jonas:
By its' length, of course.



Dai Bando:
And how would you measure a man who would use a stick on a boy one-third his size?


[throws Mr. Jonas' cane aside]



Cyfartha:
Tell us!



Dai Bando:
Now, you are good in the use of a stick, but boxing is my subject... according to the rules laid down by the good Marquis of Queensbury.



Cyfartha:
[saluting] God rest his soul!



Dai Bando:
And happy I am to pass on my knowledge to you!


[backhands Mr. Jonas, sending him reeling]

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Dai Bando:
[Cyfartha is holding Mr. Jonas in boxing position] Now look, to make a good boxer, you must have a good... *right hand*, you see?


[strikes Mr. Jonas with a right jab, the force of which knocks Mr. Jonas into the wall]



Dai Bando:
Now, you see, that is how you will punish your man - with a right and a left, and put your shoulder into it!


[Mr. Jonas is slumped against the wall, dazed]



Cyfartha:
The gentleman is talking to you!

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Captain Dana Holmes:
You know why you were assigned to G Company?



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
No, sir.



Captain Dana Holmes:
I pulled a few strings. I'm the regimental boxing coach, you know.



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
Yes, sir.



Captain Dana Holmes:
I saw your fight with Connors in the Bowl, year before last. You should've won it.



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
Thank you, sir.



Captain Dana Holmes:
Our regiment got beaten in the finals last December, but I mean to win this year. All I've needed is a top middleweight.



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
I'm sorry, sir. I quit fighting.



Captain Dana Holmes:
Quit fighting? When? What for?



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
Well, over a year ago. Maybe you heard about what happened with Dixie Wells?



Captain Dana Holmes:
You mean that fellow that got hurt?



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
Yes sir.



Captain Dana Holmes:
Yes, I heard about that. It's too bad. I can understand how you feel, but those things happen.



Robert E. Lee "Prew' Prewitt:
That's WHY I decided I would quit, sir.



Captain Dana Holmes:
You might as well say stop war because one man got killed!

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Epifania Parerga:
Our marriage was just a succession of boxing matches.

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[Dragline has repeatedly knocked Luke down during a boxing match]



Dragline:
Stay down. You're beat.



Luke:
You're gonna hafta kill me...


[struggles back to his feet]

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Charley Varrick:
I like your bed. You may find this hard to believe but I've never slept on a round bed.



Sybil Fort:
Is that so?



Charley Varrick:
What's the best way? North, south, east, or west?



Sybil Fort:
That depends on what you had in mind.



Charley Varrick:
What I had in mind was boxing the compass.

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[the boxing event is about to start. Turkell has Joey Gongolong, a kangaroo with similarities to Muhammad Ali, for an interview]



Lodge Turkell:
With me, one of the greatest fighters of this or any other time, Joey Gongolong.


[to Gongolong, who's sparring with the camera]



Lodge Turkell:
Champ, shortly you'll be facing the toughest challenge of your long and, I might add, controversial fighting career: the Eurasian, Janos Brushteckel. Champ, take a look at the monitor and feel free, as I'm sure you do, to comment.


[Brushteckel, a bull, appears on screen, already looking dazed]



Joey Gongolong:
That face is almost as ugly as yours, Rugs. He's too *ugly* to be champ!



Lodge Turkell:
[as a shot of Brushteckel in training appears] True enough. But I've seen that vicious left hook of his, and Champ, you'd better stop fooling around, and take this challenger seriously.



Joey Gongolong:
Why you talkin' 'bout takin' me seriously? I did everythin' I could t'get ready for this fight.


[a flashback to Gongolong's training ensues as he describes it in voiceover]



Joey Gongolong:
The up 'n down on the hardwood floors... didn't eat no meat, it lays in your stomach, makes ya fat and lazy and heavy.


[grimaces at the single pea he's been served instead]



Joey Gongolong:
Everytime in my career, you're on my back! I've trained hard for this Bussmeckel, Bussbeckel, Bussteckel - I can't even pronounce his name, that's why I'm gonna whip him so bad, he's gonna *look* like his last name *sounds*.


[the flashback ripples back to the interview]



Joey Gongolong:
I'm the greatest animal champion *of all time!*

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[it's the day of the football matcha and the team captains shake hands]



Mr Mackay:
Now I want a nice clean fight.



Urquart:
It's not a boxing match, Mr Mackay.



Mr Mackay:
That's what I'm anxious to avoid.

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Apollo:
[Apollo is reading fan mail] Mary Anne, you listen to this. "You didn't beat nobody and anybody who knows boxing knows the fight was fixed." This one came from London. "You call yourself the champ? You're a fake! The fight was a fake. Go kill yourself!"



Mary Anne Creed:
Wouldn't you rather play with the children than read hate mail?



Apollo:
"How much did you get to carry that bum for 15 rounds? You are a disgrace to your people."



Mary Anne Creed:
Why can't you ignore it?



Apollo:
Are you serious?


[Tosses the mail away in anger]

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Asian Boxing Champion:
[after sucking on Rose's poisoned flesh] The wine! There must have been something in it!



Rose:
Not the wine. My nipples, you jerk.

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King Marchand:
[working out at a gym] Hey, Squash...



'Squash' Bernstein:
Yeah?



King Marchand:
Can I ask you a... personal question?



'Squash' Bernstein:
Go ahead.



King Marchand:
How long, I mean... exactly when did you know you...



'Squash' Bernstein:
How long have I been gay?



King Marchand:
Yeah.



'Squash' Bernstein:
Oh, God, I can't remember when I wasn't!



King Marchand:
I've known you for fifteen years...



'Squash' Bernstein:
You know a lot of guys, boss, you'd be surprised.



King Marchand:
But, you were all-American! I never saw a rougher, tougher, meaner, sonofabitch football player in all my life.



'Squash' Bernstein:
Boss, if you didn't want the guys to call you queer, you became a rough tough sonofabitchin' football player.



King Marchand:
[suddenly colliding with a large man and his companion] Why don't you watch where you're going, huh?



Large Man's Companion:
[after translating to the Large Man in French] He says that it was your fault and suggests that you apologize.



King Marchand:
Oh, he does, does he?



'Squash' Bernstein:
Come on, boss...



King Marchand:
No, no, no...


[to Companion]



King Marchand:
Well, you tell him if he'd like an apology, he can just get him some gloves and I'll see him in the ring.



Large Man's Companion:
[translating] Just give him ten minutes. He will be delighted to oblige.


[they walk off]



King Marchand:
"He'll be delighted to oblige." Who the hell does he think he is?



'Squash' Bernstein:
Guy Langois, the French middleweight boxing champion.


[King freezes]



'Squash' Bernstein:
But don't worry!


[whispers]



'Squash' Bernstein:
He's gay.

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Den Watts:
[after Ian punches him for sleeping with Kate] I always said to Pete your boxing lessons were useless!

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Andy:
[wearing boxing gloves, as Ralston tries to revive an unconscious Jerry] Hey, he owes me twenty bucks.



Ralston:
You animal.

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Peter Mitchell:
[reading a review of a boxing match in a hushed, storytelling way] The champ caught Smith with a savage left hook...



Michael Kellam:
What are you reading her?



Peter Mitchell:
[responding to Michael in same tone] It doesn't matter what I read, it's the tone you use. She doesn't understand the words anyway, now where were we?

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Max Sutherland:
[after being knocked out by Henry in a Boxing Match at School] Did I win?

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Julius:
[to himself, right before starting a boxing match with Jason] Just use the combos, and keep the feet light...

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Ben:
[after having just pulled Harry forcefully out of the cellar] Look, from now on, you leave that door open! We may want to get down there, we may NEED to get down there if those things break in!



Harry:
Yeah, sure! You want the best of both worlds, you get caged in up here, you wanna be able to run downstairs. Well that's not the way it's working, pal. You want to get in that cellar, you get in there now! Or you can forget it!



Ben:
I'm not boxing myself in down there, until there's absolutely no other choice!



Harry:
And I'm not gambling with my daughters life!

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Lenny:
I'm not a violence person! I write about boxing and hockey and football!

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Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko:
Finally I got a break, they held the division boxing championship at our post. It was a toss-up. Now, to me, that's just sloppy. I like a sporting event in which I know the outcome before-hand, its more organized. I find one of the young pugilists and for a 50-50 split of all the winnings, he agrees to give less than a supreme effort in the squared circle.



Sgt. Raquel Barbella:
You paid him to take a dive.



Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko:
of course. I had this corporal working for me, Leo Kletz. The night of the fight I give him the money to pay-off my fighter. Leo misunderstands and gives the money to the other fighter. This fighter is a little surprised but figures "what the heck, its a good price, I'll go down". Meanwhile my guy figures "oh, Bilko must have meant I get the money after I take the dive, no problem I'll go down anyway.



Pvt. Duane Doberman:
So both fighters think they're taking a dive?



Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko:
Yep.



Sgt. Raquel Barbella:
What happened?



Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko:
Boxing History. For three rounds nobody hit anyone, it was a dance recital. Finally, I think out of boredom, one of them connected with a right


[scene shows one fighter punch another and then both fighters falling down]



Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko:
.

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[the keyboardist has just made a mistake]



Ginger Spice:
What are you doing, duh?



Scary Spice:
Sort ya fingers out, *div*!



Sporty:
Or have you got boxing gloves on?

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[deleted scene]



Gomez:
[Gomez calls out Riggs from the boxing ring] "I'm waiting old man"



Martin Riggs:
[to Roger] "Did he say old man?"



Roger Murtaugh:
[to Martin] He said "old man", old man.


[laughs]

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[In the boxing ring, Julot prepares to knock out Alain.]



Julot:
Galgani controls your world now! Any last words?


[Alain suddenly counterattacks and knocks out Julot.]



Alain Lefevre:
I changed my mind.

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[Galgani offers Alain a bribe to lose his next boxing match.]



Alain Lefevre:
I don't crash the canvas for anyone.



Lucien Galgani:
You fight for me, or you never fight again.


[The legionnaires set out on their long march across the desert.]



Guido Rosetti:
Hey Alain, how far you think this fort is, eh?



Alain Lefevre:
I don't know, Guido.



Guido Rosetti:
What do you think, Mac?



Mackintosh:
[irritated] About a mile closer than the last time you asked.

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[at a boxing match]



Ashley:
What am I doing here?



Sharon:
According to the Bible, to balance out "good."

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Manuel Calavera:
Dom's just the kind of guy to practice Oxford-regulation boxing and then pull out a blade when it comes down to a fight.

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Mason:
What're you doing here, punchy? Lose your way to the boxing ring? Get outta here.

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Coach McGuirk:
All right, listen up, that was a good game. We all showed up, and I'm proud of that.



Melissa Robbins:
Coach McGuirk, I was just wondering how come they cancelled the game after ten minutes?



Coach McGuirk:
Well, because we were losing by 20 goals, Melissa. It's called the Slaughter Rule. You know, Melissa, if we played the full game, we probably would have lost by a hundred goals. I don't know why I'm saying "we". I wasn't out there running around like it was the first time I ever used my legs! Melissa.



Melissa Robbins:
Okay!



Coach McGuirk:
You know, it's like when they stop a boxing match because the guy's bleeding too much, you know, all cut up. Only this was worse. I mean, fractured jaws get wired shut; broken noses become badges of courage... Melissa.



Melissa Robbins:
[whispers] ... okay.

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SpongeBob SquarePants:
Hi, Kevin. I'm your biggest fan.



Kevin the Sea Cucumber:
That's nice. Security!



SpongeBob SquarePants:
No, no! I'll do anything you want!



Kevin the Sea Cucumber:
Go jump off a building.


[SpongeBob jumps off building, returns]



SpongeBob SquarePants:
Anything.



Kevin the Sea Cucumber:
Punch yourself in the face.


[SpongeBob punches himself with a boxing glove]



Kevin the Sea Cucumber:
Doesn't that hurt?



SpongeBob SquarePants:
[Puts on a metal gauntlet with spikes] Do you want it to hurt, Kevin?

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Gorgeous George:
Get back down or you will not be coming up next time.


[watches as Mickey warms up]



Gorgeous George:
Oh, bollocks to you. This is sick. I'm out of here.



Mickey:
You're not going anywhere, you thick lump.


[Pulls off his shirt]



Mickey:
You stay until the job's done.


[kisses his good luck charms and knocks Gorgeous out with a single punch]



Turkish:
[narrating] It turned out that the sweet-talking, tattoo-sporting pikey was a gypsy bare-knuckle boxing champion. Which makes him harder than a coffin nail. Right now, that's the last thing on Tommy's mind. If Gorgeous doesn't wake up in the next few minutes, Tommy knows he'll be buried with him. Why would the gypsies go through the trouble of explaining why a man died in their campsite when they can bury the pair of them and just move camp? It's not like they got social security numbers, is it? Tommy - the tit - is praying. And if he isn't, he fucking should be.

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Turkish:
It's an unlicensed boxing match. It's not a tickling competition. These lads are out to hurt each other.

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Cousin Avi:
Is there gambling involved?



Doug the Head:
It's a boxing match, Avi, a boxing match.



Cousin Avi:
Did he have a case with him?



Doug the Head:
Yes, he had a case.



Cousin Avi:
And this schmuck is gambling? You're talking about Franky "I've got a problem with gambling" fucking Four Fingers Doug.

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[first lines]


[song "The Good Life" begins as scene opens at boxing match; crowd noises]



Gangster 55:
[laughing] What? With Scotland Yard breathing down me neck? Fuck off. Do me a favor!


[laughter]

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Lou Benzoa:
Hey, this the boxing club?



Boxing Trainer:
Yep.



Lou Benzoa:
So, you guys use standing eight-counts or what?



Boxing Trainer:
Let them kill each other, pretty much.

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Father Mulcahy:
I was anxious to get back to the parish, and coaching boxing for the C.Y.O., but lately I've gotten kind of interested in working with the deaf. Of course, not doing parish work, I'll miss hearing confession, but after listening to you people for so long, I think I've just about heard it all.

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Milo:
Say, Audrey. No-no offense, but how did a teenager become the chief mechanic of a multi-million dollar expedition?



Audrey:
I took this job when my dad retired. But, the funny thing was, he always wanted sons, right? One to run his machine shop, another to be middleweight boxing champion. But, he got my sister and me, instead.



Milo:
So, what... what happened to your sister?



Audrey:
She's 24 and 0, with a shot at the title next month.

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