Originally Posted by Lakovic
The toughest time is probably dealing with the reputation you get with it. When you put all of your heart into something that you believe you are doing right to put food in your mouth, but just get that bad reputation, it is pretty tough. If you look at a lot of fighters that are out there and what they are going through, a lot of them have some stuff in the closet that they do not really want to show. Being tough, that is one of the hardest jobs, and getting that reputation; for example, a lot of us fighters out there in the Quebec league have to just live with it, you know? So if you are in the business of fighting you would have to not worry about what anybody says.
I think it's great that we still have guys wanting to be fighters in hockey even today, given the type of sh!t some of them gets.
We should be thankful that there are guys out there who still feels protecting their team-mates is a noble and respectful business.
And if I can be just a little bit nosy Vodka, how do you conduct your interviews with all these amazingly cool players of the past and present ? Do you have the same procedure with all of them, do you interview them in person at their home or some arena, or on the phone ? How long do you sit down with each other in general ?
Do you get in touch with agents and stuff like that, in order to set them up ? Just interested, that's all