You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain’t how hard you hit; it’s about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done.
As the girls disgruntledly walk away, Mickey turns to Rocky and tells him, “You lay off that pet shop dame,” (referring to Adrian, of course) following up with one of the most hilarious lines of the movie, “Women weaken legs.” The conversation doesn’t go much further than that, but Mickey made his point loud and clear.
Quote by Rocky balboa Sylvester Stallone : “It’s not about how hard you hit.
Sylvester Stallone (also writer): ‘You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life’, Rocky Balboa – 2006 — Speakola.
Catchphrases . “Ice or snow, I’m ready to go!” “I was born to slide!” “Off the trail, Everest won’t fail!”
Rocky Balboa Quotes. Rocky Balboa: It ain’t about how hard you hit . It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.
The face of Mighty Mick’s never actually was a gym of any kind – all interior scenes of the gym were shot across the country in Los Angeles at the boxer’s haven, Main Street Gym . The old gym is now a Dollar Plus market.
Soon after the fight Rocky reunites with Mickey for one last time for he could barely talk, his last words were, “I love you, kid. I love you,” followed by, “Your instinct” before Goldmill finally succumbed to a heart attack.
And it is bananas. At the time, Stallone claimed he planned for Rocky III to be the final film in the series. Instead of dying, Mickey would have had a stroke — and, oh yeah, Rocky’s “half blind” in this one. Apollo’s role as Rocky’s mentor would have gone past teaching him how to run faster and fighter harder, too.
Like many fans of Sylvester Stallone’s Oscar-nominated role as Rocky Balboa in 1976’s Rocky , actor Liev Schreiber wasn’t aware of a key film fact. The unknown boxer character who gets the chance of a lifetime to fight the world’s heavyweight champion was inspired by an actual fighter named Chuck Wepner.
What did you say to the kid ? It ain’t about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.
Sylvester Stallone as Robert “Rocky” Balboa, Sr., retired boxer and former two-time heavyweight champion. Burt Young as Paulie Pennino, Rocky’s moody brother-in-law and best friend. Antonio Tarver as Mason “The Line” Dixon, Rocky’s opponent.
In perhaps the most inspirational scene from whole Rocky series, Rocky highlighted the most powerful lesson of all – persistence. The ability to just keep moving always. Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows.
At this point, Rocky gives his son a very powerful and inspiring speech in hopes to convince his son that nobody can determine what kind of person he will become or where he will be in the future but himself.
Rocky Balboa Adrian died peacefully in her sleep on January 11, 2002, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with her family along her side, aged 51. In the years since, Rocky , trying to break out of his bankruptcy, manages to open a small Italian restaurant, named after her.