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My mother was watching on television and she doesnt want me to hurt anyone
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"My mother was watching on television and she doesn't want me to hurt anyone"

- George Foreman

About this Quote

This quote by George Foreman is likely referring to his career as a professional boxer. His mother was enjoying him on television and was worried for his safety. She didn't desire him to get harmed or injured anybody else in the ring. This quote speaks with the close relationship between George and his mother, and her concern for his wellness. It likewise speaks with the threats of boxing, and the reality that his mom was stressed over him despite his success in the sport. It's a pointer that even when we achieve success, our liked ones still fret about us and desire us to stay safe.

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George Foreman This quote is written / told by George Foreman somewhere between January 10, 1949 and today. He was a famous Athlete from USA. The author also have 19 other quotes.

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