Influenced by another thread in Mayberry. Met Danny Williams after hed been beaten by Klitschko, dude seemed a bit down but nontheless still made an effort. Lee Murray: A few months after he had been stabbed multiple times he returned to London Shootfighters for a bit of training, most guys that didnt know him were too intimidated, i gathered the courage to go say hello, told him i had been stabbed myself (true story) and told him hed be fine, he shook my hand and was a real gentleman. David Haye: A friend of mine saw him at a restaurant and he came across as a real prick towards waiters. Nigel Benn: This was when I was in High School. We were on lunch break and as I walked by a restaurant in the town centre i saw him and his family having dinner, being the cheeky individual I was i ran up to the window knocked on it, he looked up, I then pointed at him and started shadow boxing to which he just shook his head and facepalmed. Chris Eubank: used to live in an area called Edgware road if im not mistaken, I was walking down this particular road with a friend and saw Eubank across the road, walking stick, bowler hat, monocle and all, the guy waved at us. Naseem Hamed: At Hyde park, London. I think this was after his fight with Augie Sanchez, his right hand was wrapped up im guessing from still being sore. He was yelling out some lyrics from a song and no one including his entourage was saying anything....myself being within hearing range yelled back the rest of the lyrics to which he looked over in my direction, smiled and nodded his head.