The fact is I have lost a fight, and I accept the loss from Allah. That's the way a real fighter and a real man goes out.
I want to be remembered as the man who changed the pay scale for featherweights, who put the sparkle back in boxing after Muhammad Ali left, the man who took risks with his ring entrance, the man who, before the fight, would do a front flip into the ring without even thinking about turning an ankle, and then knocking his man out. I mean out.
In Arabic, 'Naseem' means a gentle breeze. But inside the guy's a monster.
I'm going to smash Wayne McCullough to bits. And when you see him smashed to bits, you're going to see the same thing I'd have done to Barry McGuigan, his friend and idol.
GGG is a great fighter, but he hasn't got the ability that Kell has - Brook is the far superior boxer.
My heart was bursting with pride the night I fought Steve Robinson in Wales, and I made the champion look like the challenger.
I'm one of those very confident people who just forgets about fear and gives it to somebody else. I get into that ring, and I walk round, I hear my music, and then I start buzzing.
I came out out at the age of 28 and knew I'd had one loss on points, and the only reason I had that loss was that the fight was taken too soon. I lost two and a half stone in eight weeks, which was virtually impossible, but I made it, and I still got that big cheque!
When you are challenging for the world title, you've got to go into the lion's den to try and rip that belt away from the champion.
You can't duplicate me. A lot of fighters come out with a certain amount of style, and I like to see that, but they get smashed up a little bit.
Thing is - I'm easily imitated, never duplicated.
I agree that some of my performances in America, apart from having drama and excitement, have been a little under my estimation for performance.
No one can stand up to the extraordinary power of my fists.
I thought after that fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, if this was supposed to be fight of the decade, then people must be missing me a lot more.
I just feel proud when they say in 'Forbes' magazine that the highest-paid athlete is a fighter.
My idol, Muhammad Ali, got beat when nobody thought he would, and he came back and back to beat Joe Frazier.
During my career, there were times we were inseparable, and I can honestly say that if it were not for Brendan Ingle, I would not have achieved all I did in the sport of boxing.
I remember when Muhammad Ali got beaten the first time. I remember when Lennox Lewis got beaten the first time, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mike Tyson. All of those were legendary fighters, and they came back, and that's what made them different - what they did after they got beat.
Getting beaten is sometimes a good thing. If you're a positive person, you can turn it around and make it into a good thing.
My mother asks me what round I'd like to win in, and she prays for that.