Sam: What’s up Super-Trainers? It’s your boy Seven-Figure Sam here in front of Floyd Mayweather’s Boxing Club. My boy Kip. What’s up, man?

Kip: What’s happening? How are you doing, brother?

Sam: He is my brother from another mother. As you can see, we’re related. You know, so he’s the champ’s bodyguard, man. So I want to ask you, man. What’s it like to be the champ’s bodyguard man? I mean you got like all these people trying to get in here. I mean obviously your size speaks for itself. Like, how do you protect the champ?

Kip: You know what? That part is pretty easy. It’s just a blessing to work for him. He’s a great guy. He’s pretty easygoing. You know what I mean? A lot of stuff you see is for TV. You know what I mean?

Sam: Of course. You got to sell tickets, right?

Kip: Sell tickets, yeah, but he’s an easygoing guy. That’s my friend and not only my boss but my friend too. So it’s a blessing to work for him.

Sam: Now let me ask you something, man. He’s obviously undefeated. What makes him so great?

Kip: I think it’s his work ethic. He puts a lot of work into what he does. He has mastered the art of boxing and it really is a science to him. You know what I mean? It’s not just getting in there and beating someone over the head. He actually takes time to learn the sport.

Sam: All right. So what’s your prediction for the Cotto fight?

Kip: Well, I’m a betting man. You know, I live here in Vegas so I’m taking under 10 rounds. You heard it here first, under 10 rounds.

Sam: Kip, thanks a lot man. I know you got things to do. I appreciate it. Thanks a lot. Thank you. Bye-bye.

Kip: Take care, guys.