I was talking to a buddy the other week about how nice it would be to be a groomed boxer. A boxer being brought along by the establishment to build them into a name. At the time I used Miller as an example. In terms of employment, think of Millers job. Hes been fed relative no hopers for years, fights he wasnt in any real danger of taking much punishment in, let alone losing, he doesnt have to make a weight.... he just trains and shows up to beat on the guy they put in front of him and then cashes his checks. Repeat that cycle until he gets fed to one of the top guys and will now be taking home $5,000,000 give or take, for a couple weeks camp and getting beat up for a dozen minutes. or Golovkin. Think of being Golovkin coming up. You are very very rarely given a good fight.... most of the guys you fight are outclassed and outmatched. And you become an internationally known millionaire. I was reminded of this today when Mikey said this was the first time he felt hes been in a fight. A multi division champion whose made millions of dollars and this is the first time hes actually felt hes been in a fight lol. If you could get on the good side of boxings establishment and actually get groomed to the top, I do view that as a pretty sweet gig. The problem is, is 99% of the fighters are on the outside of the establishment, dont get groomed, and have the hardest job in the world lol. .... * When I say hardest job in the world, I obviously know there are harder jobs.... Im generalizing.