THE WIFE: They're dying. One by one, all of Angelo's breed in boxing, they're dying.
THE BROTHER: All this screaming, he never used to do all this screaming. I don't know what's gotten into him. It's embarrassing.
THE BOXING WRITER: Ever see anybody tell a doctor to get the f——away from a patient on live television before? He scared that poor doctor to death.
THE CORNER MAN: It's not me! It's somebody else in there, trying to do his job. It's not me!
THE FRIEND: The perfect name. Angelo. An angelic man.
THE WIFE: Look at him. Working harder than he ever did in his life, getting more upset than ever at fights. I keep telling him to relax, that he's at the age to enjoy life. I'm afraid he's going to have a heart attack.
THE TV MATCHMAKER: Great television, isn't he? I try selling my bosses on a Troy Darrell fight, they say, "Who's he?" I tell them Angelo Dundee will be in his corner, and their eyes light up.
THE TV COMMENTATOR: Most amazing personality change I've ever seen. Outside the ring, the gentlest, sweetest man on earth. Put him in the corner of a ring and he's King Kong.
THE CORNER MAN: It's not me! I feel terrible when I see him on tape. It's not me!
THE FRIEND: Don't be fooled. That man knows exactly what he's doing and saying every second in the ring. Never been a motivator like him.