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Episode · 1 year ago

Billy Wright

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

'Bronco' Billy Wright joins the Huddle with Gus and Mark Schulman who is filling in for Dave. The three talk all about boxing on this star-filled episode of Huddle Up With Gus! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Welcome everyone to hoddle up with GusWer. We talk to our guests about how sports shake their life. A'd your hostGu forot fifteen year N Flf quarterback and I'm joined by my longtime friendand cohous Dav Pager. You can now find us, under the big top with the sportscircus and ring master soul. Look for us on MTV amp tvcom. Everyone thanks, another dition topuddle up with gus, usually going by by long time, BrandaColse Dae Hinger, but today I I got a kind of a new side. Kid for today showand episode. You may previously know him from one of my former episodes, theMark Homan. You Know Drummer Athlete. I come anathlete because t the mountain he has to do and the work that he without onstage is amazing, so mark thanks for joining me today on Hondawup with Gus.I'm really excited out to have you coose with me got. It is an absolute honor. You knowthat and it's fascinated because I've interviewed both you and Billyn, and soI feel close to both of you guys- and I agree with you. Drumming is definitelylike a sport, especially the way I play yeah. You got to be an athlete and markso mark joining us today on huddle up with Gus, you know were on. You canfind us on RADIOCOM yeah, no you're good, billy, O yeah. Wecan hear you yeah. Can you hear US yeah now acain? Okay, sa about that wasstaring to hit the Budd to make sure my e goes on and I hung up apogize yeah,you're, good, you're, good. No, so joining us today is Bronco Billy Right.You can hear us this episode on Radiocom or wherever you listen to yourfavort podcast, and you can also find us on amp TV. A AMP TV so today show is really special. We gotanother boxer last episode few episodes ago we had Steve Lot on who does boxingall the fame? I was really interesting. I learned a lot about boxing today. Weactually have you know world champion box aron with us, so broco billy rightis joining us. You know you've had a total of fiftysix fights and fifty two wins. That's amazing- and I wish my nfl record wasthat good, but it's not your winning prercentageis off the chart, so billythanks for joining us on huddle up with Gus Yeah. Thank as much for having methank you very much so billy ialway start off, and I like to we go back towhen we're all kids, and I think we all relate to this. But what was that moment where you fell inlove with sports and made you want to kind of be an athlete. Do you have that?Was it a somebody in your family was in an idol? Who did you have and what wasthat situation? For you? You know it's Gona Beitto live a crazy story, butit's a good story. You know Howit's a good at the ending. I grew up inoranges and fronster homes, and so for me, I found out real young eight years oldth the savest place for me to be was on football film or in a wrestling room oron a track or in a boxing gem and because the coaches, like the Har Ride,train and the better I ever formed. I got to eat, you know what I mean likeyou get ht to say: Youwhat, I meanriht tats crazy, but it's real and and so my love for sports came forwas anecessity like almost as a necessity as well. Youknow I mean, and if I tell you the first time I wir the first time iecens victory. Probably this is like Imean eight nine, ten years old and there was no feeling ever felt like,and I was like. Oh my gosh. These people love me. This is great. So if Iwin or do good, they love me, and so I poshd an pos and Pu some first and andit became my life and it sometimes I'll share photos with you and well. He seepictures me when I was sixteen years old. I look like a Loos Ragnow, and so you could tell like all I did wasliving the gym. My Godrig, you know nd. It was amazing. I love. I Love SportSports Ware, the best thing for for for any young child Melwork. Youknow to give them Tis wite a give them directions and it could be in sport.You know anything and Mi have kids play. Volleyball. I've got kids, Rustei, OTgrandkids a wrestell. I go, allthe Kids Bay, football as Whil,and my ten year old plays football for four years now you know, so...

...it gives them great directions. A greatgreat thing. I love it. I coach every year I love coaching. It's just amazing.The kids are maded, so you sound like you're a multiple sport athlete growingup. You tried everything which is amazing. So how did you go and then all of a suddensay I'm gonna stick to boxing? What was that? Did you have a coach Di? You havea mentor. That said, I think your best at this. How was how did that processhappen, for you well have for scholarship, offerd to tech,andem, one thousand, nine hunded and IHT hndred and eighty two and that'swhen tic Tan em was rel their great Buck Cup still, but theyre really goodbuccal back then, and you know all state I'll, comferfootball. You know, I think I have eleven touchdowns my senior year and Iplayed decense eleven defensive touchdownman, so it was crazy. I loved it. I justloved Stickin to people defenseis great, you know and I'm not aboutnayounowright and but NSO I'm workingto come I'm like now, I liv by myself. I usedto Havin te Karwi Cam, Groun, right N, so camper, when I was seventeen Ye.Sixteen Seventeen eighte years old, that's where I live. E live his KO Cgrownup in northern Utah and Iti Oma Sgaye from the summer and work you knowI thouht I was making all the money. I was making eleven and six cents an hour.I theught. I was a millionaire, you know and Andso the coaches really tryig to talkme to leave it early because they knew I was unsupervised and and they're like going Kaykay all right.Well, Lest Cham. First of Asid s give me June, Jo I'll, be the first ofAugust, and so I was up on this three three store: building: Weere Settin,Rigd on and and o Jack Cammerin out, the the matches for the Regar to sit in andthirty seven feet of Wall scaffene and Jack came cumbles of the ground, sobusin, my back and like Oh, like seven places o get back tosafighte to getback in Shate to pit football and- and you know obviously no Wul technibecause of the libility Wath, the Brooken backstuff right. You know andwhat happened was Endep in you know, through my train as a fighter going bustay Camingo, but Rigina Chatnigo, but national champion usabs state wheresalCampin on a his tropies, and I was at the go of nationals and and ggen former approached me, and hesaid you should turn pro your style. Ysyoud be a great pro right and this sin one thousand nine hundred and eighty five and and I was like okay, I had plenty of trophies andmetals aneal. You know Hehe m amount of money I can make boxing. I was like wow:okay, that's cool Rightu, now motied man to FID, and so I tim pronmfomer, who was AIAY CAMPN of the world back in the S and s and seon o greatgreat canting, great, better yeah, one of the few figters knock got sugarRobinson back in those days and Owso Lright and S. I tot dring Te Fire NNiten as a professional fighter, nineit five, an my first Roe Finen, housand,nine Hunde and Ihty six, and I have my last profilein two thousand and sixteenfo te Ta Iyou Look Back. I was like this. WhatI'm doing? Let's go, you know and thit was a lot of fun. I love that Travelifo ik an leveen different countries. I find all theseveteen different states,N, United States, it's not a lot of fun. It really is you know, so I can't even imagine. Can you tell meany similarities between football and boxing man? No, just a you know: It's pretty oncore boxing islike ther. You know there's no one that can no one's got your back like youknow, youther fighter Di knock out or get beat up or whatever and withfootball a lot OBOT footballis he tmmor in the commotorship, like wit yourpplayers and, and you like you know, if you misssomething someone's going to pick it up, and hopefully you know pick up what youmiss, and so it's not so bad and boxing. You miss a Jazzyo Getin Punch in theface, so similary Wi, though just a lot oftraining, a lot of train trainpan Otet, I always say: Train Hard, FIGHTV,sameit football train, Har the Games, the Game Ossmap, you know here's shapeand you can go n, go bell a Bel, full blass or football, W F, ASE's, nothing!You can accomplishin any sport. You know hejust got to be in shape to justdo it. Ust just go for hundred percent for B en miles an hour. You know andTaf your really like in football. I us a Loveo play. Ta Backer and Everyon',like you know, wasn't super fast tere like a four five fourfivefour fourforfiforty and my vitical job was like like a little bit over three feet. You knowand during seven inches and and so I...

...would run IV and look at thequarterback and I was like Lookin my lips right. You know I taun there justchopping just Tompin, my tees, I fel like the Wen, like te Sioitan S, Gon oSOM, the football. No, we were natl like that, but we didn't like you guysrunning at us. You know when Youe look at aquarterback, you got some monster on the hand is looking at you and you knowhow fast is- and you hope your guard stand. U Fasten of the Bonin Ecaus. HeTagle Mi Gon touch me, you N, so Youso the guard gets Getin eware. Thewordoback will take me out or try to take meap. You know, and but I used tolove to I giving you guys little tickles pick a dife Yeh, sometimes those tickles weren't sofunny. I used to love running quarterbacks,down wit, only sweet away for me and I would run him down. You know Youan. LoHishouder, there was no one there to help themyeah. That's that's a bad feeling. DefinitelyI've been run down by a lot of good players and it's not a good feelingwhen they run you Daenoatyim six. Four right now: Wer Abou th, Sixty fi aroundthree hundred, so ive os been Downo, six four three hundred pounds and in high school I was six like three.Probably I think I went around Twad forty five rdand fifty. So you knowthese kids. Like I mean you know, io Gott tell you guys. I mean Ouen AB Ou e,the GAM football. I envy you Lik, I wa I gotta Pay Probalwell. I was six five,thirty, that's what I played and Yi was. I was small and when you're left, when you're, whenyour tackles are six eight may weigh three hundred and forty pounds. Youknow you're, like that's a pretty good back here in the pocket. Yeah exactly so, but I know I lovefootball, so the Simiaris it Justyo know Turelk. Coaches and boxing and andthe LOM and the and the team work happend in the gym, Ou now offero. Thepoint me got to get them. Inion five o seen you ent. Nobody can nobody can bethe quarterback for you. I E fiht wit me so so theyeveryone get you ready andyou get they prepare you to protect. You get all the best they can do, butyou still like for you that you're, the one that's going to to the footballwhats got to go or or orgatrate the playe proper becauseyou dont a jus ut.The whole thing you know same it kind of boxing somewerity, like yourcoaching, your all the people around me get you ready to get you ready for youonce you want you three duck and move and stuff. But if I go en put my handsdown it, the Guy Pushme in the face athe wndow. So ighgdas far as the teamwork outside of the Ro, you know yeah yeah, but great grat. I Thi Gat coaches,my whole life. I love my coaches, father figures. So if you look back when you got hurt and you didn't get to go to Texas anm,do you remember the call to the coaches? Do you remember what happened there?You know iapointed and then I have like a CochArsnian from wever State University, Coach Gad for U University of Utah and they came down when I got better N andI went up to need te make Cim down to mee me and they were like ee. We wouldlove to let you play for us, but we can't accept the like Bo wed love tohave you because ight you know I was. I was just that kind of player that Iwould do whatever I'm like. I'm one of the most coachble ates on earth. Youknow, and so that's what made me so good as a player and as a fighter if,whatever the COACHEU set out to do, I would do you know and with no variation, so they set the fourjazs in two Ar Hands Tare getting four jazz into right hands. You know right, you know Insam of football, you know so the they was just. Everyone was likejust kind of like jees what O freaking waisis you know like. I don't want totalk Mo Testin to es from sexaingm. He was like billy. He was man. He goeswell heartbroken when I jus O Bois. We lost e good player, wer heart brokenbecause you know. Are you gon to be okay? What can I do for you and youknow n? It was a work accident, so wathworn Cote state paid for me to goto college anyway, but I just couldn't play football college. You know wheredid you end up going to school, iwent to Uta State University and for acouple years now, weth down Wewas State University? And that's where my some ofmy older kids are Graduatefo Tus University, my Oler Son? When did youyou Ta University on a Golf Scholarship? Maginett? You know welleen the GolfonScottkell now, so he probably what your career in my career and said. I don'twant to have anything to do with it.

I'm Goinno have a golf on forget that I'Ldo ien right yeah, exactyeah, it's so yeah. So it's Beeno College, my daughter, as he went thereto be a she was Erthe Veterinarian Veterinarian and she met her husband, Liden Baston. They have a cattel mangeup there in southern Idao and been thet in college and got married, and so itIsa Grad School Universit of Utah coup. My Boys Been Uiversiy UTA, my other son,once we were studying busines so like they're, all good schools and we've allattended all you know. So it's kind of Nice o know yeah so mark. What do you think? What kindof attitude does it take to to go through that kind of transition? Thatbilly did I mean that's pretty amazing. You go from being a Starin one sport toa star in another sport. Well, obviously, I mean you've not stopsmiling and you've, not said a negative thing aboutanybody. You've just talked about even the experience of nearly dyings. I'msure you nearly died. You don't even look at it that where you're like okaywell, I can't play football so'm going to stup, thou doing start boxing and itwas like y. You seem to just have this golden optimism about you. That's whyyou know I've just loved Gon, along with you so well, and you knowyoucorporated, that into your earthly world's book, right Italk about thatreatl bit, but I'm sure that all of that you've had this sort of acan du attitude like okay, so I can't do that. So what can I do? I'm going tostart botxing and the question that I had to, though, is that boxing Uis?Incredibly physical requires incredible endurance, and I only boxd once in mylife to this this kid, like I Hov on two minutes almost passed out, and hehit me in the face twice. So I understand you can't play footballwith TA broken bag, but the interesting thing is, you still endured. You endurethis full professional boxing career after having had all of that bodilydamage and all of that Rehab. How did that go for you and as far as attitude,what was your attitude about that because it just seems like you, youtalk like you seamlessly just went: Okay can't play football. What can I do?I'm going to start boxing just for fun and then next I you know you're a PaulBoxer, so I've gotta say Lok you Knowa for me: II've had great friends, AD I'e had great coaches, even theAFTERNOSA accent. Things happen. You know it was just. It was just an amazingsituation to see how everyone kind of came together. You know and IV friendstha were the very successful amateur patters it b. This hould be the bestthin. You can do to get in shape. To do t do what you want to do. You know, andI'm likeokay. You know all right, another sport for me, like you knowthey champion wrestlers, they camon track. I say football so for me wasjust another sport and I love sport. Sports are great and I love myi es. Ilove my coaches, you know, and I love what sports does for the youth and evenlike I do I'm the Special Olympics of Nevada, coach and and talk about sureathletes. Es Kids play the sport because they wanve to play the sport.There is no agenda, you know a and it's really just these US things. You learnlike the such grat learning extrances. If you have an open mind for it, youknow- and so I just I mean I love my life. It has been perfect, yo mean, butit's been pretty good like I'm, not gonna, I'm not gonna SA. I'm kick myLaft Bun. No, a tis ESHOUL AV amaticin this eat all the could would haveshould Hav rued it ul on't matter. If, like what you'redoing that's what matters you do it an o house Sol this? We don't use the wortrying oi Ho doere, you don't the rest of it, just igtyou're notdoing it. You know what I mean, and so that's Ol, my kids. You know my kidsbeen on the pusser program in to Ik. Even really little go right there ifVandervell Hav, O to push ups til, the fisosgsogrtlgeat life and- and I justhave to think everyone is supporting me like not just my choaches but I' metsome good friends that have said billy, you can do it an just just go: Do itdon't what you waiting like when I decide Ioul come back, I took someyears off a boxing right. Andani was likecm back, I'm like you know, tyseven, you know what am I do. You know I am back and forwth tan do ti, feelgood. I can do it, you knowrigt and we'rnot right, and so I got I shape andwe just started knockingbnd. I say what my first fiht back an twosand. I finetoToun sevenanone grade and took a few more years off, because I was reallygood, Youin, my comanies and stuff and...

...it'. So I said: Okay Really Gointo comeback to time its on two thousand and eleven we launch to come back inm back.That's when I have like twenty two straight winds and stuff. You know- and I tought this big Guyokavius Gamvis outof North Carolina, we're back there North Carolina right biting, and it wasthis last minute substitution. I was supposed to find some other guy and andthis big six foot eight brother watching the room, I'm like Igta, touit Firstwe back I come on y owimeani comes out tin, Ocoer me, like I still with lunch money. Oh my Ayou know a he'slike igy arms ad,a picture of me on the roaps blocking a bunch. His right hand isgoing by me he's like in the center of the rink, far the ring, I'm on the robs gettingfunched yeah. He had four foot arms. It took about a Minte and a half toadjuste that and after I kick myself, I you drop me guys La Boombe, Woom al. Igo upor about ten bunches, get up gone, wow can't believe it Apun, I'm so madright, and so, when I brok his rooms twenty seconds of the second round andthat Bu was overbut, but I had to get out to do it. I mean know you there'snot like it's not as easy people think you know. You're flaging, these guys re,not dealy big name figters, they don't know they're, not big man, figters thes, recoming Ofightaus, the have anopportunity to win the more they win, the more they make. You know so they'renot coming to go out there. Just you knowi Mat my hundred dollar, I'mGoingna go home. You know, I means not like that, so so that was that was my first comeback,tin, two thousand and eeven. I Ha to pick myself up off the canvas doingthat fight start your day, sunny sign up at theWesten bondaventure hotel and sweets and enjoy breakfast or two on us, nomatter how you plan to spend your trip to Los Angeles start every day with ahearty meal to kick start your morning enjoy breakfast for two on US each day.You stay for reservations, be sure that PRIMOCODE S for b appears in the Promocodebox when making your online resevation at Mariottcom, backsl, lax,BW ork call won eight hundred tu o eight e Hn, nine t uded D. Ninety andas for Promotional Code, SFOR B, so billy tell me about your first fight.You've ever had like. I can remember my first game in the NFL super nervous, goingout to play the INDIANAPOLS colds in Indianapolis butterflies. Nothing feelsgood until I get hit right, I'm nervous like you just I just want to get hit bydefensive, Linmen and say: Okay, I'm ready to go now right. So what was thatlike your first fight like you're, all ready for it, but then you've? NeverReally! You know where the bell things- and this is it. You know you sparredand you've done all those things, but this is it. What was that like yeahlike yeah? It was crazy, it was intense, an know. I was nervous and- and Iwasn't really nervous to get beat up or decide. I was nervous because I want todisappointanybody. You know that want to work so hard to give me a share toget my first bite here in Los Vegeas, and this is in one thousand ninehundred and eigty six O th show Bot. Oh No E. First, I was in the Saar Hoteland I was ONA Rogma wether on the garden and Fi this Guy David books right and youknow, he's to an O, I' debut right and and this guy was like six foot, threeeybe, two hundred and thirty pounds dum forty pounds on know and I'm six for atthis point- I'm probably twuand. Fifty so we're pretty evenly matxed. You knowsizewise and we could have fut that fight in a phoneboos. We Le me TA. Thisfire was so Craz e knocking down every round. So I won Wan Enoune decision,but I was beat up to trust me. I was bat to okay and our fight was so crazyand so back and forth up a down back and forth crack racking get off you getup mad. He get up Mattercomin, knocking down and get a manner Mor Beav. Evenwort hat liit was so crazy to crowd so money, ther, wer standing on the feet,throwing money in the rain. There was AL poket chips, sover dollars, Goitilwe scooped up like a thousanddolars off the floor. We got paid for bucks forthe first Ir Athousan and Shitn and money ethe world legend. I picanhi neverheard anybody IV never heard that...

...happening. No, that's in hat, that's O wet, so the nerves wentaway, pretty quick. It was pretty crazy, Itas, pretty intense, and but as soonas Li that hid, I was very funt. I was like okay inspite happening yeah. Thathappens. That happens in football as well. Youknow a soon as you soon as you get hit or stuff out like as a quarterback. Youknow I'm not like a Lineman or Lineback, or you know anybody else. I can godeliver a blow. I got ta wait till it comes to me, and sometimes I thout oneyou want. You know what I mean, but you know it's funny whet. You said I'ma Fort Kid and I got Iwan all this money. My Dad used to teach me when Iwas a kid because we had no money either. You said, walk with your headdone. You never know how much money you'll find on the ground. My kids still say that to me he was oneof fifteen kids, so he' have any money. You know, and I cuss don't to this day.I find dollar bills and quarters and stuff all the time and- and I justmakes me is made me think of my dad when you said that it's kind of funny e,it's Creaty, you know we pick up TA. I think I'P Chane till today afte theground, Mytur bels right here, my tweveyear old and last year, macactonthe change for Christmas. How much was it n cange up duing, theyear, wow wow?That's well seeand! You used to that. That was your first pligt. I waswondering if you were expecting that here, every fight of Your Tho make anextra thousand the net Pat Wenweres, the money. Youknow, yeah ther ftat Wa, not yeah. What is a training, you've Fothtin? So many fights you knowover a thirty year career, which is incredible as you got older, because I know infootball as I got older, the training got. You know I'm training with twentytwo year olds, Hatd, I'm thirty five and I'm playing for the dolpins right.As you got older, how did that training go? Were you so used to, like you hadsuch a regiment that you were really used to what you had to do to be inshape? Yeah, you know, like I said, lite Te,coaches and my coaches like knew how to work me. You know it's. Fifty years old, you can still grin Mount Everest, youknow so, but you just have to you gote, to condition yourself. Maybe a littlelonger right now like, instead of being able t like you know, run down themountain you're going to walk on the mountain. You Know Yeah Rightand, so wedid a lot of different types of ejecises. I never really dit in thepast and we didn't do as much life fine, because the sparn of course, you dik alot of damage. Lian stimage yeah, that's where you lik t ga damage. So sowe kind of coach Mark Bergon, Tranoy, Os Jor as well and and and lo e o e. This guys been the gamefor almost a century, your mean together,right right and so some of the greatest tranders Ime jumte great job with me,and they knew when to Pulishan Wen, not topush not just because I'm was older andcranker, not because of that N Oi, don't think Crakis, I don't thinkcrank I's in your real house. Mat I S. I don't know I watch a youtube on HEMhes. He seemed like he get a little cranky when he's messing with old cars right Igin, a way oknos been so muchfun. The coaches like they kept it where it didn't seem like it was like.I they wes killing me. You know, which still did the same thing. Ike stillgoing to do. You know thirty rounds a day. You know we're still going to dothe hour and a half cardio every morning and all that stuff stage e Sane,but if they just mad, they Briak you up a little bit. So it's not so crazy. Youknow like we go to Mount Thaleston every weekend and run that mountain.You Know Yeah Hnanyou know so just O did Hav tohavefifty fify one fixto years old, it's pretty intense Tan. I coul tell you. Iknow like a lot of fellows that are older than me like sixtysixty. Five inthese guys are like incredible, I' goot, a condition theyre in Righ, I my goshyeah, I mean so I don't thinkte age E. I I mean. Obviously it's not justaumber AEMBER. I mean you know how old you want to be ye. You didn't know whenyour bitdid know when you're bon, how old would you be right now, yeah, exactly yeah yeah, that's a goodone bell. I think it's all mindset too right. It's all! It's all! It's alllike when you're training and getting in the ring that it's a mindset ofovercoming like I feel like crap today,...

...but I got to go. Do It, you knowthere'ses, those mindsets that that you just learn how to get through it. Youknow you know you're going to get hit, there's no there's no questions, you're,getting funk in the face. You'R getting funcs in the guds you're going to gethit. There's Ist no question you getting punched, you know so you know it' like you want to be. Aftera while. You know you learn how to get punched like you know how many years,how long for you was it tats before you knew how to take a hit and still get upand hit the next play hundred percet I mean I mean because it really, becausesometimes you guys, I watc stricte gets wo mad someone, Thata, flt,quarterbackoul get crush and they geta. Well. You know there's been times whereyou take a hit and it looks terrible when you hear the crowd. Go. Oh and youknow you get up, you didn't feel anything and then there's times wherejust the pile falls on you and something POPs and you're like. Oh,that didn't feel good at all. You know it just so depends you know. I've been ht. I've been kindof Michael Strayad, almost broke me in half one game, and that did not feelgood, but you kind of get up. You try to call the next play, and you know Ijust th the next playis, the most important playn. Just keep movingforward right, so fans kin same thing like you know, you're going to get hit,and you just hope that Yo k ow you try to walk the next right hand. Try tomake you know catch. Ok that way to you know not fo queen that time you knowand, and you learn Trich, you learn the angles you learn, the form becomes soautomatic. The muscle memory become so automatic that, even today, like ofSomeon, I always just go whoo you reyoawere supposed to be S. RI E tobody Doa Bock it away and like I tried to play too much with my friends,because once in a while iwill Ace tat, w flap somebody youmprobe going likethis Lik, a pop w sorry yeah yeah, that's just my left, Jab, that'sall yeah! YOU DON'TYOU! Don't want O Odon't poke,Tho bearer. You know what I mean. Yeah Yeah right just seem to Bo donut andlaugh a lot right H. that's all! That's all! That's all! That's all you gottodo so you've had like I mean just fallingyour history. We On't have to get into everything as bee. You've been throughin your life, but you know: you've had ups and downs, so part of the showsabout all the transitions and and struggles of people go through, and Ithink just your attitude has really gotten you through, because not manypeople have had a thirty year career in boxing yet alone in anything besides,maybe some golfers out there, it's just right so difficult, because we all havefamily things go on right. We all have other things go on businesses that thatare great or fail, and all these things an you seem to really have been able to just kind of all right. This hashappened to me, I'm going to deal with it, but I'm going to move on. I'mGoingno do what I love to do and so tell us a little bit about that processof how you mentally deal with all those things to get back in the ring and bethe professional. You are yeah. It's tricky. I mean like there's times likeit's easy to to. You know hop out of Bedn your right, but I don't becauseI'm like so anxious and so excited e Ho to get up so une of U ai or hatever, but I want todo better today than I did yesterday and I haven't Ade Everyay my Gean rightand like I can't wait, til my kids. Wake Up. I can't wait to Tok breakfasta gut have like I have ti as con what to do Everythan you know and Ik. I S. Iknow it' ING, one of the most profound things. Probably the change me as whenI was young. I was young, I must have been twelve thirteen and I was runion up border. I was righton that boarder. I could to be a bad kid O be a good kid right and n one of my coaches said to me:PULLMAN SI WAT's Christianso all right and said to me billy. He said these canbe steppin stones and building bock or they can be the rocks that cover yourgraves. You know what I mean yeah so and what that mentome was like it like.I was like Kiyeahm like yeah where's, my nupshakeRacticyou D is Inilsan Hou, but that's think in. I remember that Li it wasyesterday. I play that over and over and over my head every time I ied thatday, if I feel like maybe I'm picked on by the world or whatever ight you know,and and and I'm like Gon, okay, so just a building bock oris this going to be one of the box tat Thi's going to be cover my grave notgoing to quit and just way Indo the rocks, or am I going to use them asBomin Wak and step right, O go right...

...and so I' use them. Asbili box, my lifeand so everytime there's an obstacle Oror, whatever front of me, I'm likeokay. This is a great chance to learn and develop and and improve myself, andso even ouh current events. You know, how do I improve myself? How do I makeit better how to make it better for my neighbor or strangers? You know how doI do better today, so a influence lik it dn't, take much tochange someone's Day or to change their attitude a little bit. It'sunfortunatel that it's not an, not boet. Really, you know Ha, Imean irs ight right think this way, and but that's what made me. I think mywhole life I've just sort of gone like okay, Jis, going to be a boing bokmoment or jus going to be me just way down. So sorry, O myself and startcoveri myself up the blonts that I could. I could grow from you know, andso that's what I've done. I mu down. CORNYOL fashion might be dry, its notexciting, but it has been like that WestChristiancan has no idea the impact he got on me and then the Mornmarte was myrestrant CORC my senior year and I was living by myself like yes, I'm sixteen.I turned seventeen my junior year, so I'm sixteen years, otun seventeenDecember Menton ne year and IMI O my suf, I'm not you know, I'mgonna drop out of school. I'm JUS gonna go to work, I'm just tryi to makethemoney. You Know Right N, you know I love sports, but it's not realistic.You know, you know Mea, like I certin having a bit of a defetist rightrightand one Mirk we pulld me aside. This guy was like a national champing for Istate my slins Rightrae Phm Coachphemegisggameandso. He pulled measide: Wt Sim Othe beeches in the basketball, Basketball Court right andI'm Ebe to put his arm around an if o listen billy. He goes if you want tocome stay with me and stay in our basement. You know and you no, he said, and he said, but ifnot iyou need to stare where you're at he said. Listen. Why do you try doingthis every day when you get up every day when you get up just say to yourself today's and bebetter than yesterday? Let that be the first thing you say,and so I said you do it for month he goes dont. No T hude forever, just getup, let it when you Fairo, outing t ferye sat oou for a while, I firsi. Youknow sticking right so rigt Frmon, I jup oubit today's gonna be Better Daythan yesterday. I did that right and I'm like fifteen, I'm a kid- and I did this and I did this and I didthis and I did this and I keep on doing it for Whatsi fity six. I've been dnfor forty years, at's ftoayvalet stay and play on your nextget away to Los Angeles. The Western boneventure hotel, an swits offerseffortliss access to all the city of angels has to offer whether you'rehoping to catch a concert or sporting event. Our hotels just moments awayfrom all the action and accessible to Hollywood, beaches, museums and themeparks. The package includes a guest room and valet parking for reservations,use promocode PSF in the codebox when making your online reservation or callone two hunde three, six, two four one thousand and as for Promo Code, PS, Fand those are, and those are great lessons to teach Yeur, kids, yeah, yeah and I'll. Tell you something.I've been doing so much reading and I've been doing so. Many interviewsmyself and nearly all the great performers do something like that inthe morning like when I wake up. The first thing I go, I say is twenty fourbeautiful more hours and then I think of three things: Ond Three people forwhich I'm grateful that that's not corny. That literally sets up your dayif you set up your dat with some positivity right at the beginning. Thatliterally, is the attitude that you are growing your day from. So that'scritical and I love that I'm going to take. I'm Gonto steal that by the wayBarow it, if you don't mind that othat ones great also want topoint something else up Wut, I notice about you to man you it was funny forboxing being such a solitary sport, solsor sport. You really are about theteam. You really are about appreciating and acknowledging andwanting everybody to be a part of your success. So a lot of a lot of yourattitude. What motivate you I notice is that you're doing it, because all thesepeople believe to you put this time in you as well, so you're not just doingit for yourself, you're doing it for everybody, even as a boxer, you'redoing it for everybody. Nonetheless, a football player when you're actuallyplaying with a team, but you keep on talking about. That's like I can't letthem down can't let the coach n Mi can...

...let these people that, because theyinvested in me, so you invest in them, and that attitude is absolutelybrilliant because it really creates this amazing sort of shield of love and aprotection and of reciprocation and brother th t th that that really blowsme away, because I don't hear many people talk that way. Usually they areso they're so selfabsorbed like I do this for Ma guns for me not for we andand that's one of the things I really appreciate about you in a pathyouattitude. I apprecate that you know I was. I found my kid vister Hollife,there's nothing hat! You can accomplish alone to givill. Give you the satisfaction ofsomething you accomplish with people you care about, or people around youand I mean, even though you have gat you running. If you like en way to youbit, these things are, but it doesn't matter like when we book i Tel nostories at night with my kids or I sing songs and I go to sleep. You know I'mnot a great singer, I think badly, but they're faking it they're like let'sget him out of here. Hey're Lik Nanyou know so just everything like for me. Idon't want to. I don't want do anthing alot, you know, and and so my kids aremy Wy. That makes sense Owayi get up. No, why I do everything the hymy feelbforisamae better than yesterday, and and we just go, I don't we don't likethere's. No, you know there's! No. I think in my instagram thing I I have. Ilive my life with no regrets now. Theres some moments I like to get backyeah. Definitely I know what you meanweeourwe're Gonto getbnus one in awhile h t s, that's why right got feeling Sert Thas Wy. You know you justshock it up and go come on tomorrows. Here, it's GOINTA be a bad yeserday.You know. So that's awesome, billy, so you're, officially retired now or areyou still going to box hat is secret. What else are you doing besides boxingyeah eayou know got myttle Ai Gothis Bain disease a fewyears ago and is not no big dill Mistin no drama, and you know they like kidsson June, twenty two thousand and seventeen. You know because I've beenhaving some Symtimi'm like Wowi got to become diatetic, my goi noOntanopeatingsar Righ hoperecthlyour Great You'era, I'm I G, I'm having thatO my Gis, I'm o Lik that and I like Wellwas JS doing I you know and it Ma av some brain damageand stuff from boxing. You know and stuff yeah not no impact injuries,nothing, no hot kind of stuff anso, the lesions and the things I was having thewhite matterws having in my blains was SOM. This crogushuman to my mestldisease, where the Blod us is the brain start to die and then USO, there's nobod, no ancs again right, Yo Ba os have a little minustrokes, he startyou o. Sothey said you got like twenty four months. You probably On't. Remember ayear of it. You know, and I'm like you guys now, you're talking to ytalking tome like Yoan, give me a number and I'm gonna go okay, yeah, okay, aneserchng Jon e, all Jus othe docor ave been to thetmazing great geams, great great people, a really char about making you getbetter and that's why I'm better and that's why thet s o stable andOnexistenc and my brains has started to like repare like it's crazy, so there'sPARTF, my brain that woke up where the part died so kind of made up for thepart of the dive and also woke up part to the brain. Other people aren't using.You know right, and so this medicine take four shots today. Still today forthe rest of M Mife, I take forms out today in my stomach every morning,right and and then once every bou one thery eightmonths, I go in fom a stirmsell injections, okay and- and I'm telling you so I starto havingthese dreams right. Now, I'm a smart guy. All Right, I'm intelligent, but Iwouldn't say I'm literally like I'm not like. I as like I'm a literary typeperson where a I'm a book writer, I'm a you, know: Cun Be Ge. Profector, not meJA, Nono! I wouldn't call me that Guy Right Gright Wli to SI. We can doanything right, but I never would have picked that in a million years,especially a couple years ago, right so about a year ago, maybe about a yearago, ten months ago, I start having these dreams right. Andasomeof. These dreams, like this,give ye a dream. Like you remember this...

...conversation for a few days or whateverright and like like. So I remember my dream. Like Thatso, I iwake up e twoo'clock in the morning oinfishright I never heard of a lio fish I go with,doesn't exist. I'm having dreams that is like vivid all these colors anddifferent crazy things, and so I started taking notes. I tar O, make a note. You know and mynotes turned into the book that the Marsh has right dern. He des Cirty,world n ring these books offof my Noseifinish: Te World's on II'm in the process defiishing, but good setrology book to and book three and work on twoside: Five books, a dark, fantasy, all from dreams, and if I told you my drens,you don't do right now. Sometimes we talk about it. It would really make youlike technology, the dbout it will blow you M. I don't want to sayhe. I don'twant anyone tever evalk about it, because I don't want togetkidnapped by the YOU IING apout it I mean: That's notall that beautiful fantasy in the stuff that you're managing you're, creatingit's e, your mantifesting it in the book. So everybody gets to share thejoy oer, which is great yeah to Bot. So you know again, I hai've got some greatEitorsto help me put the book together. How book should go together? Again? I'mnot brilliant with that stuff. I've got some great ideas and some really crazydreams. You evrge s e reader of the world. It really is it', a Mo it. Thefaty venture book, Dakmagial World Lihe, note world you knowery world, l,grtogether and the chaacters are very dynamic and very real. As you read thebook and Ou Justte Pageou just turn and you're in the book. You you'll feellike you're in the book, and this is what the see that Guv received meveryone. That's read it and I'm glad because you're reading my dreams, SOMEinterest people and it makes them feel engaged, and so it's ea a lot of fun.But I gan tell you again this part of this. You know I didn't Fel by myself.You know I got a great team of you know, Mar Graham Trascarman, but even my kidsexactly right push push that in right. Book write a book Rihe a book riht abook rite, a book Rihe a book. You know- and my kids are great EO, Carls Exaguan.So a a little bit, I'm like! Well, you you smart, my kids are smart. O, maybeI should listen to Hem ihw, O contact theseeorseplanstuff, you know and andamn I mean it's just crazy. I mean it really not crazy, like in white, coatcrazy, but great good way like happy crazy, like wows, I happenin so onecoisa hundred million copies. It isn't about that. The fact that to accomplishsomething that you set your mind to and you do it every day and Yonoit'samazing, that's a mage. So were you into Scifi before like did you? Wereyou a star wars? Guy? Were you fantasy guy, and were you all that stuff? Idon't know I wouldn't say really WCOEDRCKYEAH Measo, I wouldn't say thatI even like I'm, not Gointo Reay alord of the ringguy o yeah, so you would know it. If you read thebook you would know you would think that Oimi love that kind ofhitna coupletimes and Iwa G to those little biothe little place down the where that werewas foumed. You know rigt and it's aays fun to go. INTHOSE little hot housesand weas have a good time. We go down there, but so I, like those kind ofmovies. I love the magical part of life, I believe in magic. You know not likehocus pocus. You have to do your atoad, maybe not so much that kind of magic,but the magic becomes from Chemistry and energy and happiness and joy andjust positive energy. Positive attitudes creates magic, imagin, justtas happening. You know and- and I mean look I'Mi'm living proof of it. I don't you can dia lot of people line them up. Youknow and I up the INC person to create their own magic. If that makes sense,no yhappiness, so everyone can have the same magic. Everyone can have the samehappiness. Now we can. We can combine our happiness and comby our magic a andmake you know more and better right, but as far as like, as far as I'mliterally living proof that you could do anybody, I'm not a rock I'm myDumbis, a rock, but you know I'm a maybe like little bit above I don'tknow, you know what I mean Donli an. If I can do anybody can do it. That's whatI'M SAYIG! I don't know man. You seem pretty with it to me and, like youcould have written a bookbook a long time ago and to me the crazy thing isyou're writing about fantasy and- and you have a thirty year, boxing careerthat you probably could talk about endlessly. You know and and you'rewriting things about that- that you...

...probably even never really thoughtabout because a lot of kids who grew up in sports, really weren't those typesof kids. You know what I mean, so it's pretty amazing that you've done thatand you stepped outside of yourself to write a an incredible book like that, and you know I gotta say as a musician.I believe that it comes through us. I believe that we need to do the work butyou're getting these dreams you're becoming a channel, and the beautifulthing is that you're smart enough and aware enough to allow all of thechanneling that sort of coming through Yo wherever it's coming through. I knowit's coming through it's like when I'm playing jobs, I'm doing a solo. It'slike well yeah. I've worked on my ruderments I've rouped on on all theother different things, but where's that coge it's comes. It just comesthrough me. I need to allow it. You allowed it to come through you s. Youwere smartedup to write it down your spart, an Tline, well wow and becomminced by your team by your son by other people, because you're that kindof guy write a book write a book, so thaw you're, writinga series of books,because all this stuff is coming through you, which is sort of provingwe all have it in us like there. There is almost like this energy force, an wewe if we allow we could tap into and and that's what's so beautiful man aiago it a magical, I'm sayingit yeah, you knowyou both experience footballand Drummingmusic sports. You can doaeven landscaping, it doesn'tmatter what it is. You can youcan channel that stuff and you can fill aenergy fill that the magic stuff happening and and for me, being afather gives me so much happiness and so much Je. I git reallynurtures my soul. You know yeah when you start Readin the book you readabout Steward he's one of the main characters and I had rup o ine dark inlight. Go Bit dark, dark, so rough child Ad Roug bast. I drew for my lifea little bit to create the character you know, and but also from my dreamsand from the things in the stuff that was going on. This character had to bestrong but vulnerable that make sense right and, and then that's like. I wassense. I tow you guys are too very strong, very like game, we're doingthis, but t the same time we're vulnerable guys, that's the Parser. Ithink why people love us and we're able were approachable and people are ableto connect with us, is because of vulnerability that we have allows us to connect with them, wherethey don't feel like we're dominating them, because we're a football playeror famous drama or a boxer or book Rad or whatever. It is a matter right andit's that vulnerability in that that that allows us to be just polgable thatmake sense right. I agree totally. L Tyou KNOWI'M DR my neck, and even myone when Y, when my ten year old, eleven yearold twelve room, even mythirty eight year old, get me a Hogan Kis on the chees Plak it the validation that Okay Didi did thatright. The thing the most important thing to me: I got it right, notperfect, right, yeah, PEEC and the worst and the worst is is when they'remad at you, because you know you know you can'tjust say I'm so sorry and all this you know you got to kind of say I'm mad atyou too, because you did this, you know you know and they get mad back and andthen and then some point like I just can't take it like. I got to go to mydaughter and say hey. You know we got to talk about this and we can't letthis fester and all these things and we've really tried to do that. Thoullikewe're going to be mad, but we're going to talk about it, a D we're goingto get it out. You know the good times are great, but let's make the bad timesa lot less and work on them yeah. So you seem like fromyeah exactly exactly so. You've done all these crati thingswe've written a book now what? What is another passion that youhave in your life and just I just a Bokis O, my kids, O ie's automatic youknow, and my books and I did or books are great and I love working like Isaid earlier by the special inbicindevad o kids. You know I justlove working with kids wheer, whether thers special need kids or O, notespecially kids, true kids, that have a of for the sport, and that's why I lovecoaching I coach every year and you know coach football every year and Icoach the kids. I got some a few kids like that. We obviously can't cousefootball for the Special Oympics, but we do golf whit's dog, lant of fun. Youknow right and we've done like some running and jumping events and stuff,and it's just so much fun. I mean I...

...don't know, explain too 's my passionat this point. In my life is really making continuing to keep the bubble bubble. Okay, you know people will Sayy, should letyour kids grow up in above O ik. Why not? Why? Not if I can keep the bubble alive,why not ight Nugtat erance at school, Watte, job or in life or just you know,just just from exposyur natural exposure. RIGH GNTO GET INSTUF of thenegativity. Don' gotta GIV FOM me so the Bobl Stans alive in my house rightLVNB, because that's the only bubble I can give them. I can't follow them withthe Bubl W heg righte et Hous Aday, but I can tell you at our house it's agreat big level of happiness. Andjoyan Wacu, my kids know one thing: I'mnomthing Youtell me the Trutt I'll, never get mad, not people, mind I've,never raised my hand to one of my kids. You know- and I rarely raise my voice so when they come to me. I Adt this isa crazy on Osart too much, but they had become they're like you know, non theyseven and nine okay and they come to me and they've been playing with somefriends and they're. Like you know Dan, I saw this boys private parts today andI was like say, and so you know the Dadl right, but I can't because Yat'smy words an my kids right and I'm like OIW. How do it make you feel- and youknow whatoyou know what you know. What was on your mind the ony questionstat on tat right, you know and no no, I just it was weird good. You know so IV Ha th same relationshipeven today, wit Li Youn, my thirteht year old, my thirty, my thirt Thee YearOld, my twenty eight year old, my my son Id in college like they heaskquestions like you know about alcohol and drugs and stuff. Like that, I'mlike! Well, I don't recommend it. You know, I don't recommend it an I ways sato him. Just if you can te Davy. You can tell me somebody that cur cancer came up with aworld changing invention, higer drunk then we'll talk about you doing it. Yeah W to talk aboutg me a name of aninventor or a person that culed something o created, something lifechanging for the world and come Talkto me about it: Andti Man, otherwise AlYou er about, as you know, fortunately, e horrible things, Ta Happen to peoplein the situations and so usualy experence the bad thing, and so youknow I prefer you didn't. But if you choose to please be safe, you know, don't do the bad stuff, you know justas e try to guide them. ECIUSE they get older. We know they get eighteen totwenty five and they lived in that bubble. Right, yeah, the SFTHATHAPEN GTHAANNDHEYBE CoimeaDad you know an I gotto keep that foke face its like yeah yeah. That's greatthough that's great, it's Gonta give him a a good lease on life. I'll tellyou that Hep e your agreements, too, it'simportant to keep your greements Inyeayo Wu kid. Believe me. The kidswill never forget right. They never forget so billy. One of the last thingsyou guys are so awesome e, so one of the last things we do on the show is wecall the two minute drill, so the two minte Ros Al Droughp to you by RADIOCOM,wherever you listen to your favorite podcast and also on mtvcom, a and PAtvcom brought t you by sports circus and, as we know, all our good friendssa the Ringbester, so so so Sou's a great guy, so really w. So what we doin our two minute drill, I don't know if your ready mark, if you got your fewquestions, ready to go. But what we do. Is We fire some questions at you? Welet you answer them, and then we end to show like that. So I'll start off markso billi. I don't have my questions. Well, youcould think of one as we go all right, IO BILLY! If you had a mount rushmoreof boxing, you can include yourself if you want, but who would be on yourmount rush more of boxing if ONA hole, fild really go, that's it! You got two more now: Okay,Al Dont, Thinkbo George Forman gener is Rey Bo, ro Maano, all right, sekon question who ha whohit you the hardest ever in the ring: George Worman and Redybo theybwhy? Why were there hit so hard?Is it? What is that that make somebody...

...just feel like because some people saylike when you throw football like I threw a football. I said it's reallyhard. You know and some people throw football it' soft and I neverunderstood that. So why is that? In Boxing George Forman is a very heavy handedfater has been a so career, so he just it's like his job is likesomeone tikes, a four bun for the ran ine fi had speed and powers so he's a littlebit faster than George and with that came a bit of a pop like you, Koi yeah,and so there's more like a crack, and so we us get ao an ever repar Paa encamp Wa, Ian George Yearsan years right so and hes guys, man, I havea like itwas onethat. I was in here' se Gorg's ranch, op number right and I'm sittingon the BANCH AP e sparn with yours. Like eight rounds, I'm Lik one on Eath,am I doing here, RM, Ou and sat down next to me said you,I really good job toting begoes. I really want you to stay, you must knowhe must have felt that you know wagt like I don't want to get bit of everyday. You know and he goes and you know a n and then Iremember he told some stories. I know you're haphing on so ol get into, butyou know, George a funny guy, but George, a Merdibo are very powerful,very big men and they just know how to punch Rightyeah and you broke GeorgeForman's record right. No, I wish almost almost did. I thoughtyou did. You know I thought you broke it. I was. I was watching your stuffand it kind of you were going for it. I know that and we o close, we go CSOAR WT HAT Georgean,hagreat, Minyou, Knowhebi Yo, us a Gat Rson, so you can have it INA care. So it's got a great grill to so what whatis your biggest pet peeve, my biggest teppeves? Is a people wantto do what they say, but thet tet you to right exactly no. Iagree with that. What? If you could go back in time and meet ayoung Billy Wright say you know whatever age you want tosay what was one piece of advice. You would give them Iwoul sa every day when you get up- andyou put your feet on the floor- tell yourself today's enle better thanyesterday Ao sayit every day that was the best meas. I I've ever got my fairlife. So I would tell myself the same thing I wouldn't change. I wouldn'tchange. Anything have no regret awesome. If you, I know you're football fan, I'msure you've watched a lot of football players, who's your favorite footballplayer. I tell you what you know that Gus guythere'syeahnow you're a defensive guy, there's no way you like Okayequarterbacks, don't Y, you can't payin my eys n ipes, W Jack Nand. When I wasa kid and Ranny Grana, Sharand Jack Young wed were two of my favoriteplayers: decentte players, all right. I avei've been thinking about this one.All right. You come out before a match right before you're, gettingready to fight what music do you put on to come out?Toias Gon! No, be my question. Sorry, okay! Well, iguess wid'Tknowi mean okay,so I guess be thisone. Oh myit is hard to be humble when you're perfect inevery way, O beter eachday t Beolan, Aeahou, Ju, Comeoutt, ycals,kome, sort, rockin Ro, you know and y want a drawm lot of base. You know aCampo, Toc, stuff and N, of course, Gonada tmark. What Song would you playfor billy if he's coming out, get him ready? What Song would I play for Billy? Oh Man, that's a hard one. Dude see Tha Library, tobid right right now, Mi'm totally into panic atthe disco. So I try play like some up tempo panic at the discos. Get himfired, ut, get him ready to Geti what, but I got a question for you, man,...

...it's a heavy one, it's a big one, but what a? What impact do you want to have on the world on the planet? I hope, if nothing else, if people canlearn for me hat every day when they put their feet on the floor, they saidtodayis going to be a better day than yesterday and really mean it and reallydo their best to achieve it. If I could do that, I've done everything. That'slike that's that's the most eason O is that I inspire somebody to want to bebetter every day and it can be a different, different, Hestobes enbeinbetter every day, the same thing it'd be better today, one thing a betterTomilo or another thing, and another thing doesn't have to be the same thingevery day. You know so you know to make it Donice and diverse. You know, LN forlanguage, ionl Oyou know oscotch whatever, whatever it is for you, youkno what I mean. So that's all I just want to. I want inspire people like youinspire people marking like you, Inspie, O gus. You know I want to fire POC,that's Al All right! So couple more com coup couple more for you, you're running all boxing. Now whatwould be one thing you would change in boxing today, fifteen rounds for tetlfights not twelve, go back to fifteen months,those r a few rounds Ar Thru Championship browns. They call elevenand twelve. That jumps your bounds down this and the tri give hemse knowprotest. Bottoes Fini still get hurt the still tes the risk were willing totake a spiders. You know and te fight of fifteen mile tattle fight, I think,would be gorious. I would love to have a fifteen round knock down drappinoutfid wit, where to go or Randa Oto another warrior that can do it. Youknow right in the end of the fight I mean, like that's that'si would likemboxingforthe professionals longer like oback, Ithe, fifam roundkin of fiht? I would be my numer one thingd t pikom one thing that would beit yeah. That's awesome! All Right! Last question: For you and the thenmark and I'll: Let you go but okay, I don't know if you're a movie Guy, I'ma movie Guy. I love movies. You love comedies, I think. But what is yourfavorite sports movie? If you had to put one on right now, go watch it. Whatwould it be? I don'twantcome on Mankagrea M dosgreat shows. You Know Ili Tlak in the MIGRA, Mr Alaska. You know the hockeypiop an Alo, Oh yeah, that's a good one! Iihaven't had that one yet ha see thateither mine's always been mine's, always been slapshot, so oht, okay, allright, yeah, back Northdallas, forty to yeah, not OAS, for you right that wasGeawaf, anet, Yo, Alyeah Yeorig. What H Sowybyeahtheyeah fsnone of the rockiescome on man. Of course, Roforme I, on ant rocky Iwatchall the rocky showsbut you like you watching tha show about you bo eDoin. I don't wveryone like different thing like watching itit'entertaining,you know and nd they do a good job in you good job.They really do, especially back when it first started before the foy type offilm touchups Wer. Going on, you know the Nakin oe, the Givin e, a great job.Have you ever been offered to be, like you know, in a movie like that to comeon and we need to get. We need a big, tough guy to come on and Ouever beenoffered to play a role in a movie like that. You know I'. Never really. I,like, I haven't really been in Mat, circin Orin, that network of things youknow I get commercial like you knowcommercial offers all the time and you know Bein aorizan commercial, Byou, Kno,whatever commercial right, you know and I', never really I', not really. I'venever never done oneee, not commercial anoter movie. You know not that I wouldn't I just I don't knowI enusy workingtmy kidsright yeah, so he billy Bronco Billy Right. I love thenickname. I really appreciate you taking the time out with mark and Ienjoying us, so please tell her guess how they can find you how they can getyour book and when maybe what you'R be...

...doing next. Yes, all right! Well, goodrop world is available on Amazoncom or you go to bonenobcom. Whatever this HAPen earthy world by billy, right and Papa, all right, you can reach me facebook. I think iteven I did more. I do facefor ten Isagram more than make it Danand more thantwitter, but I do, I think, it's Billy Rito to two is I the INSTAGRAM firsteworld I havn Ote World Instagram to, I believe, awesome, andge, billy, right,fofor, the facebook thing and LD be a picture of my three kids andthe word love it. Migt pitture on that so doe Yo, Findi, wiht, biy right the right really right- and you know just we GOTGOTA book tobirthty world- is coming out. We've got some SCIFI sifie venture a dark fantasy.Our really kind of crazy, really crazy, dotcasty book is going to really ChangeOll. You look at yourself in the Miror or even anything with the refleshion fothat matter. Yeahyou seem like Ye have lot of fun. Yeahyo Kno try to keep thethings I rite pgthirteenor better. You know not about violence against womenand children and destruction. Mass Destruction that there's war. There'sthere's going to be Bolncin, there's Gonnabe fiht teams, there's Goingta, besome dark, elves and Wie elves, and you know, and some neasy books and there'sgoing to be ancient demons and other kind of demons. In my in my don faacybooks, you know so there's different elements Thatar a little bit fisty, butas a whole, the books are pretty E. Pretty Family Friendy is awsome SM, soeveryone go out and find Billy Wright twenty two on face bookand. Then youcan also find his book earthly world on Amazon, ocom or Bos an nobles o Billy.Thank you for Joinus mark thanks for Breing, a Grag, cohouse and, and I think the three of US yeah. We had agod. We had. We had a good Gob, really good, barring match today and yeahexactly Likeoo Dont, O ter Mork opos Te Bear Goabse S, you no you've, not stopsmiling the entire time. Jusdon't take tot. That's all tithank! You Mark T tkethank Youhey. We want thank you for join up today, O where we talk te Wite.We want you to be able all USNAEDIA USAND. We Really APEATE. You anthinge e.

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