That's from a Tully Blanchard shoot interview I have on DVD, if you're referring to the part about you cannot lose a fight in public with anyone. He said "It's show business but it's hard show business. I stopped defending wrestling sometime in the early 80s but I still defended me. I said come sit in the front row and tell me that when I punch someone that it doesn't connect or that when they hit me that I don't really get hit. Of course I was wrestling guys like Wahoo, Ronnie Garvin, and Magnum." Bill Watts had to fire a guy when he lost a fight in public. He said to the wrestler "Let me look at your hands." He could tell the guy hadn't landed a decent punch and Watts told him: It looks like you were a catcher, not a pitcher. Terry Funk talked about when he was about 5 years old, he and Dory Jr. were at a restaurant and they were sitting at a different table than their parents. A guy walked up to Terry and said "Wrestling is fake isn't it? Come on, you can tell me." So he told his dad and his dad beat the guy into a bloody mess right there in front of him and the whole restaurant. And yes, Baby Doll actually beat up a Marine.