Watch Me Now – Rare Documentary

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Watch Me Now is a documentary that follows the story of three individuals with rare diseases who are fighting to get their voices heard. It reveals the personal struggles of people living with these conditions, and how they are trying to make their lives better.

Watch Me Now is a documentary about the life of a young woman who has to choose between her family and her lover.

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A rare documentary from the early 1980s featuring Mike Tyson, Teddy Atlas, Cus D’Amato, and others may be seen below.

The greatest thing you can do is listen and learn when a legend like Cus D’Amato talks about the delicious science and the psychological elements involved. Throughout the film, Cus imparts a great deal of knowledge. In the early days of Tyson’s career, you’ll also see a young Teddy Atlas working with him. Physical prowess is just one element of the puzzle, as you shall discover. The intellect must also be cultivated.

 

Certain moments from the film may be recognizable to readers of this site. This original documentary is included in a number of famous YouTube videos. This video, for example, has the following hand speed demonstration by a young Tyson.

 

This great documentary should be seen by everyone who is interested in or involved in the sport of boxing.

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“I warn them the first time they’re going to fight, they’re probably not going to sleep the night before. I can’t offer them any comfort other than the fact that the other guy went through the same thing, and when they get down to the fight and enter the dressing room, especially if it’s an amateur fight, the room is full of potential opponents because they don’t know who they’re going to fight, and everyone looks calm, confident, and smiling, and all the new boy can think about is that terrible scream. What he doesn’t understand is that when people look at him, they see the same thing in him that he sees in them, since he puts on a false air of confidence via discipline.” Cus D’Amato, Cus D’Amato, Cus D’Amato, Cu

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