Boxed Quotes by Michael T. Flynn, Daniel Jacobs, Aditi Rao Hydari, Jessica Hagedorn, Chieh Huang, Joe Calzaghe and many others.
Units were coming to combat with DCGS because it was their tool kit, so to speak, but they basically had it boxed up and parked in a corner. They were using off-the-shelf stuff they were having to buy prior to coming into the theater.
Being bullied is the reason I got into boxing. When I was 14, I was being bullied by a kid in junior high school. I wanted to do this the right way. So we went to a boxing gym. We boxed, I beat him up in the ring. He never bullied me again and I found my passion in the sport of boxing.
No artiste wants to be boxed. We thrive on challenging roles, and they can come from anywhere. I consider myself blessed to be recognised as a pan-Indian actor. Yes, it means more hard work, prepping more for the roles, but I’m all for it.
Life is not simple, and people can’t be boxed into being either heroes or villains.
I’m just a regular dude from New Jersey. If Boxed is successful, and you take 90% of my money away, I’ll still be all right.
When I boxed against Jeff Lacy, that was one fight that I was so proud of.
It’s a reality that you get boxed and stereotyped, but I am not afraid of that. It’s my quest as an actor to explore different territories.
Before ‘Cinderella Man,’ I didn’t box. But I boxed. It’s possible. You go and you work hard at things.
Some of the fighters I’ve boxed, I’ve forgot their names.
I was very frustrated, in a physical sense, by people seeing me in a way that I wasn’t. And I was beginning to find myself boxed into a corner. Hopefully things have loosed up a bit, and I’ve gotten better and become more relaxed as an actor.
Ralph Reed is deeply ambitious and always was so. There was a time when he… in one of my interviews, he said he pondered running the Ross Perot campaign, and he wasn’t sure he wanted to do the Christian Right thing; he was worried that it boxed him into a corner.
I had a daily 30 minute pushup routine. Then I boxed 3 times a week for about an hour. And then, I had the trainer come to my house an average of 1 to 2 times a week.
I boxed, I was 2-0 as far as amateur boxing and it was fun but I didn’t really want to compete no more.
I don’t mind the wing-back role but I don’t like to feel boxed in defence. I like to be free, involved and scoring goals – that’s when I’m happiest.
As a pro, I’ve been lucky enough to have been in front of big crowds every time I’ve boxed.
You see these casting directors’ lists of characters, and they’re all boxed in. Twenties is the hot girlfriend, thirties you can still be hot but moving swiftly to hot mum. Forties, you’re the legal person in a pantsuit. Then, once you reach your fifties, you’re positively elderly.
People have to see play as more important than what it currently is. We don’t want to get boxed into thinking play only happens on a playground. The best type of play is all kinds of play.
I’d love to do live-action superheroes. And you know, I boxed for several years. I have some martial arts experience.
In 2017, I boxed in front of a home crowd in Sheffield and became the WBA super-middleweight world champion. After four attempts I had finally fulfilled my childhood dream, and the experience was as great as I had always imagined it would be. It was without doubt the best moment of my career.
I boxed till my late 30s, so 47, that’s impossible really to be at your best and if you aren’t at your best you shouldn’t be boxing.
I’m not getting into rooms for cis roles. I started my career auditioning for those roles, and then I went to play trans roles. And now, I feel boxed in.
I got a buddy named Brandon, who I boxed with for a long time, and I always think about him, or my daughter. If they look at something I’ve done, or they’ve seen me in the world and they don’t recognize me, then I’ve done something wrong.
We are going to put out a boxed set thing, but I don’t want to do it yet. I want to wait until we’re 45 and we’re bitter and broke. Then, we’ll put out the comprehensive Ween boxed set.
I have always boxed better with a bit of nerves.
People had boxed me in as a ‘pretty girl with followers that’s rapping,’ but I think my project and the work speaks for itself.
I’ve earned some decent money, and bragging rights, and boxed on a Floyd Mayweather undercard in Vegas… but it’s a fraction of what I set out to do.
The industry is starting to be more open to what we do. I just don’t want us to be boxed in whatever people assume Christian rap should be. We’re dudes who love hip hop, and we love Jesus, and that’s going to be apparent in our music.
I don’t ever want to get boxed in, playing the same characters, over and over again. That’s why I prefer features over television.
One thing I love about America is that I’m not boxed in by my upbringing here. England is still so class-based that there are certain roles that I just won’t go for. I’m a middle-class boy and I won’t go for the scruffy working-class role, which is frustrating, and here I can play anything.
I’m somebody from a little tiny town, who had boxed in leisure centres, and my last fight was in Madison Square Garden against one of the greats. What a great way to finish off.
The ultimate goal is to be the leader in mobile commerce. I’m not just saying revenues; if you’re trying to find a good experience of buying something on your phone, I want you to automatically think, ‘Boxed has one of the best, if not the best, experiences of buying something on your mobile device.’
Every person who starts at Boxed does shifts at the fulfillment center. It doesn’t matter if you are the general counsel or the COO.
When God calls you to do something, and when it’s put upon you in such a way that you’re boxed in, it has to be.
I did get to keep the wedding dresses from ‘Runaway Bride’. They’re all boxed up in my garage. I’ve never opened them. It’ll be fun one day when Hazel is taller. She can play dress-up with her friends.
I’ve always boxed, I always taught boxing.
I boxed for the British title in my ninth fight.
I love changing. I hate it when people try to box me in to a relationship or in a work context. Any situation where I feel boxed in freaks me out. And I feel the need to reinvent myself or I’ll get bored.
It’s always been my intention to never be boxed in. I never like to do something that it feels like I’ve done before.
I don’t know if I’m an action star or if that’s just how things are shaping up. I would hate to be boxed into that forever, but it’s probably just a strength as far as my type goes, and I’m fine with that.
I really didn’t want to be boxed into becoming a certain kind of film-maker – becoming the Maori story film-maker because I had made those short films.
I want to do interesting work, I don’t want to get boxed. A box is fruitful for a little while and then you get replaced.
We’re in the age of the series, trilogy, boxed sets.
I boxed a lot as a kid, so it’s something that comes second nature to me.
It’s the transformation that drives me. I want to do it all and never want to be boxed into something as a particular type or style. I never want people to think they know me. I hope to build a repertoire that one can look at and say, from to role to role, ‘Was that Brian Tee?’
I’ve done everything, I’ve boxed at the Barclays Center in front of 15,000 people, I’ve been in a unification fight… I’ve done everything.
I took my time with the sport of MMA. I wrestled, won the Olympics. I boxed for years.
In my own life I studied music, not creative writing; I see a novel as music – an opening as an overture, themes and subplots as lines in a fugue. The chance to write a novel about a musician boxed in by all kinds of limitations but who plays out his ultimate struggle for freedom at the piano was irresistible.
Yes, I was one of the slightly vintage women who let out a shriek when we saw it at Costco: ‘The Nancy Drew Mystery Stories’, a complete boxed set, fifty-six familiar yellow spines, shrink-wrapped.
The kind of artist I would like to be is definitely versatile. I don’t like being boxed in or put into a genre, so to speak.
I was a wrestler. I played football, lacrosse. After high school, I got into jujitsu. I boxed my whole adult life.
Feminism is an attack on social practices and habits of thought that keep women and men boxed into gender roles that are harmful.
In studio films, everything has to be boxed in, everybody needs to know beforehand – this is comedy, this is sci-fi, this is drama – and what’s the point of independent film if you don’t get to experiment?
In those days, when you got boxed, that was it. A lot of old people were there because somebody wanted the farm. It was about property. People are treated like property.
People who have never boxed before, never worked hard in boxing, and they are starting to come in and people forget about the real boxers.
I’ve never boxed in my life, never been in a military base in my life, never grew up with anyone in the military.
I had a bonding problem when I went off and boxed for five years. I was over in Europe and Asia fighting because I wanted to do something different; I was tired of acting. But the thing is, when I was done doing that, I couldn’t get a job.
I never look backwards. I have always been an athlete. I boxed before I acted.
I boxed in Golden Gloves at Oxford and still know how to throw a straight left jab.
As an artist, I would never let myself get boxed in. I’m a human being, too, and like most humans, I have interest in many different types of music.
I didn’t make my first solo record until 1981 so I don’t have any 60’s or 70’s recordings but I am working on a large boxed set called DUST to be released next year, the 20th anniversary of my first solo record.