“You know, when you’re into something like this, you just gotta fight,” the Olympic gold medalist said.
“You can’t even worry about the audience,” Foreman replied, when he was asked about how Trump should handle negative coverage.
It’s good advice for anyone who wishes to succeed.
“When I’m in those boxing matches, I hear, ‘Boo, boo, boo,’ after the fight, when I listen to them on the tape. But in the ring, you don’t listen to anything. You must step forward and fight,” Foreman said.
“Winning is an idea, once you get in it, you can’t lose,” he added.
The two-time world champ credited Trump with helping him resurrect his career in the early 1990s with a fight against Evander Holyfield in Atlantic City.
“This is a guy I remember way back, you could call him in the field, with the horses, call him and he’d always return your phone call,” Foreman said.
Foreman, who built a new career on grilling equipment after his boxing days were done, jokingly added that he was waiting for a call from the White House for an invitation to enjoy a gourmet meal.
“I want to get in that White House and eat,” he said. “Point me to the dinner setups.”
Take a look at the interview below:
It would seem that Trump has already been taking Foreman’s advice about fighting, sticking to his guns and not giving up. While his presidency is still in the early stages, Trump has shown he isn’t a fan of backing down, even when faced with opposition from all sides.
We’ve needed someone with that kind of determination in the White House for a long time.
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