Ray used to say he knew every man. Ask him if he knew the chairman of the board for Standard Oil and Ray would say, 'Sure.' What Ray meant was that the guy knew him. All he had to do was call and say 'This is Sugar Ray Robinson,' and the guy would know who he was and do whatever he could to help Ray out.

Oh sure, Ray loves to get his hair cut. Loves it. He's still vain that way. He wouldn't dream of going anywhere without going to the barbershop. Whenever he'd go to New York, that was the first thing he'd do.

Color means nothing to him.

It's very painful to see him like this. The situation is not going to get any better, It's like Ray is in prison. Millie treats him like a child. She lets him go nowhere with no one. Not even his own son.