“When he walked in, he was always the quiet guy in the public eye; I believe I saw a different side of him because he’s a roaring lion in martial arts.
“He’s an animal. It’s a different thing than what you see out on the court. The more intense the training gets, the more calm he becomes, which you’ve seen on the court. The way he executes the movements, he’s a f#&%ing monster.”
A ‘Monster’ Is Not The Word That Comes To Mind
If anyone would tell you the above quote was about Tim Duncan, you’d think they were crazy.
An animal? A roaring lion, no less? A monster?
None of that sounds like The Big Fundamental, but according to his kickboxing trainer, it certainly is.
He’s Been Training Since 2008
Duncan, who is arguably the greatest power forward in NBA history, was considered quiet and reserved. A leader who took the word “integrity” seriously and played as such over his 20-year career.
David Robinson Has Sparred With Him
Now he’s an animal. A f#&%ing monster.