In the nauseating, boxing complex which is loaded with cliches of hardwork, adversity, leadership, loyalty, and sacrifice. Once you reach a certain pinnacle, it comes with the other cliches we all know far to well, jealousy, envy, hate and dishonesty. The fighter who is at the threshold of the sport will form a condition of paranoia. It becomes a quest of learning who to trust and who not to trust.
When a fighter self-indulge themselves with materials or activities that we see as bragging or showing off, the human condition takes over,and it seems to always head in the negative, when truly it's a behavior issue. The weaker the person, the more shallow, and the envy, jealousy, lies and insanity. The person escapes their lives by living through someone else who made the sacrifices to achieve greatness, not saying they are the 'molder of men' but they took the risk and wanted more from their lives and keep striving to reach there zenith.
Not everyone will share in the joy of the leadership, because most of them have to beware of the 'Judas' syndrome. Gifts that may seem heartfelt, may come with a personal agenda. Everyone is not getting what the leader is getting and want that position. Mental toughness is normally not found in these guys because they are too busy living through someone else eyes, to focus on being their own man. Behind the back of their leader, whom has not done them wrong, will be judge by his friends, who were suppose to be loyal, and they will pray for his downfall, from afar. Ready and willing to step over them to latch on to the new leader.
Everyone will have their colors of loyalty tested when this ride is over. I can only hope Floyd Mayweather is ready for what is too come.