Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Champ Quotes from famous authors such as Ted Sarandos, Henry Cejudo, Rod Lurie, John Cena, Dustin Poirier. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I really loved the ‘Sopranos’ but didn’t have HBO. So someone would send me tapes of the show with three or four episodes. I would watch one episode and go: ‘Oh my God, I’ve got to watch one more.’ I’d watch the whole tape and champ at the bit for the next one.
My number-one goal was just to be a good person, a good father, a good husband and then, after that, was to be an Olympic champ and eventually a UFC champ. And I’ve done everything I’ve ever kinda set my mind to.
Henry Cejudo is going to become the greatest combat athlete of all time, being an Olympic champ and a two-division champ in the UFC.
I shot part of ‘Resurrecting the Champ’ in Denver, and I spent a summer going to survival school in Colorado Springs.
I love traveling the world, meeting new people, and letting WWE fans know that the champ is out doing his thing and trying to spread the good word of WWE. I love the feeling of being the ambassador for the company.
If a champ has to take a long layoff then I think that’s the only time interim titles should be introduced to the division.
I had no desire to leave ECW, but in ’95, I was reaching my mid 30s. I’d been the World Champ multiple times… I’d pretty much done everything in ECW – all I could do is repeat.
That’s one of the things I always tried to do as champ. If you saw me at house shows, I was going to make you think I was going down. If I was wrestling Kane, I could lose. I’m wrestling Batista, I could lose. I’m wrestling Big Show, Undertaker, you name it, I could lose.
Strikeforce needs a real champ. It needs a real champ like me or Cormier.
I’m an Olympic champ. I defeated Demetrious Johnson. I defeated T. J. Dillashaw. You think a World Series of Fighting former champ is gonna scare me?
There was only one thing I wanted out of life. That was to be the champ.
My dad always said, ‘Champ, the measure of a man is not how often he is knocked down, but how quickly he gets up.’
I’m the world champ at 145. Why do I have to go down a division? Of course I want to make the fights nice for the fans, but I don’t want to do something to make my life terrible.
I’m pretty good at video games, but I’m the champ when it comes to pinball, and that’s just because it’s old-fashion like I am. I can’t get enough of pinball.
Not just me but everybody in the WEC was dreaming of fighting in the UFC and become a champ. Thank God I went there and became a champion. I root for the WEC guys. I do.
Bring the fights on. If I’m going to be the champ, I gotta beat everyone anyway, so what does sitting and waiting and holding my position do?
Listen, I’m the champ, and I’m not going to pick and choose who I fight.
This is an old film from donkeys’ years ago, but the first film I ever… the first time I ever cried watching a movie was when I was watching ‘The Champ.’
Werdum’s the champ for a reason. He’s good at jiu jitsu; like he says, he’s gotten better on his feet.
You don’t know what it is to be heavyweight champ of the world until you become the heavyweight champ of the world.
I don’t care about being the champ champ. I want to be the only consecutive 12-time defending champion in any mixed martial arts promotion.
To be a champ you have to believe in yourself when no one else will.
If you want to be the champ, you’ve got to beat the champ.
Aaron McGruder is a straight-up G. I call him Champ.
I’m the people’s champ.
I never got into training to be an All-Ireland boxing champ or to win a belt. At the start, I just got into it to learn how to defend myself when I got into situations.
In my prime, I was the ruler. Simple as that. I understand there’s a lot of great fighters who’ve followed me already since I was the champ – and I hope there’s another who comes along does even better because want to see that – but I haven’t seen anyone do what I did yet.
Audiences may not realize it, but heroes and leading men always depend on their muscles to get out of jams. They don’t have to slug a guy in the mouth to solve a problem, but it’s always hinted that he can fight like the heavyweight champ if he has to.
I’d be champ already if it wasn’t for the cheaters.
Every single fighter in the UFC dreams to be the champ.
What’s the best baseball name of all time? Is it Champ Summers? Clyde Kluttz? Razor Shines? Scipio Spinks? Sibby Sisti? Creepy Crespi? Before you answer, consider that Coco Crisp is not even the game’s top Coco, an honor retired by Coco Laboy.
My father was champion of North Africa and he beat the European champ. He was very good, a professional for 12 years. We’re from a big family of boxers. My father has seven brothers.
Stipe is a phenomenal champ as far as like he’s a good guy, if you want to point your kids in the right direction, ‘Hey, look at this guy, he’s a good person.’
Cesaro should be world champ. I’m not afraid to say it, Cesaro is my favorite wrestler.
It’s an unbelievable feeling. I’m world champ. I’m world champ! I made history.
First and foremost, I want to be the champ.
Phenomenal boxing fans, I’ve never seen anything like it, everywhere I go people screaming ‘let’s go champ’ it’s just amazing; kids, elderly people, when it comes to boxing you can’t beat Great Britain.
Joe Frazier’s life didn’t start with Ali. I was a Golden Gloves champ. Gold medal in Tokyo ’64. Heavyweight champion of the world long before I fought Ali in the Garden.
Of course, when I can get an Indy Car or Champ Car race on television, I never miss the opportunity.
If I’m the champ, I don’t want this. I don’t want no special treatment.
I want to be like the athletes who seem stuck in time. When you see them at 50, you say they probably can still run like a champ.
There are a lot of fighters with no family support, but your family are honest with you. Look at the types who were around Mike Tyson. They are not going to tell you when you are wrong; they’ll just call you the champ.
Let’s go, champ’ started as a way to motivate myself.
When it comes to a title fight, if I will fight Jon Jones one day, if he’s still the champ, I will be more than ready for it. I will take home the belt.
It’s funny, but people still get us mixed up. They come up to me and say, ‘Gee, we still remember how great you were with Wally Berry in ‘The Champ’ and I have to tell them that was Jackie Cooper.’
I’m not fighting just to fight. I’m fighting to be the world champ.
Being the champ is fake, all of that is all fake.
I’ve had a great run. I’ve been a world champ. I’ve been a top contender. I’ve been a poster boy for the organization, for sponsorships, been able to do a lot.
I had good teachers and I loved to compete in jiu-jitsu. I was doing good, a world champ, but I always knew I wanted to fight.
I was the World Champ, but I should be better.
I’m really Wallace Beery in ‘The Champ.’
I hate when people discuss scorecards in title fights and say you have to decisively beat the champ if you want to win the belt. Not true. You just have to win three of the five rounds, really.
I just want to be champ.
Something’s bound to happen to you in a tough fight: cut eye, broken nose or broken hand or something like that. So you could make excuses out of anything, you know, but you got to keep on going if you’re a champ or you’re a contender.
People try to live vicariously through fighters, but it’s one-on-one; it’s primal. There’s no other feeling like it. The problem for me was accepting it – that nothing compares to being champ.