Former World Champion and British boxing icon Prince Naseem Hamed talks to Kugan Cassius and iFilm London straight after Kell Brook’s victory over Matthew Hatton in Sheffield in the ‘War Of The Roses’ clash. Guest appearance by Dynamo (Magician). Saturday 17th March 2012.
Thank God I was blessed with a gift in an amazing way and that gift was from Allah, and I used that gift in the best way I could for a long long time.
Now I don’t see anybody with the BALLS, to front flip over that top rope and get in an tek man out! – I don’t see anybody coming out on no flying carpet, no drama!.. I’m still waiting for somebody to entertain me, like me! – But you know what I don’t see that coming anytime fast!” – Prince Naseem Hamed.
  • Anonymous

    Where was Mr. Naseem born? From his abysmal grammar I assume he was introduced to english just lately, or maybe too many punches to the head is the culprit.
    Weewusrobbed.

  • Anonymous

    you were not entertaining you were a clown.religion should not be brought into sport because it just shows that if your god had any respect for you he wouldnt have let you get beat so easy by barrera who finished your circus act

  • Anonymous

    Amazing fighter and great entertainer need some entertainment like this back in the sport

  • Anonymous

    Prince Nas has turned into a Prima Donna princess – he is up his own tailpipe!. He couldnt fight his way out of a paperbag without sweating like a pig.

  • Anonymous

    great boxer. love his style real man

  • Anonymous

    Naseem Hamed one of the best

  • Anonymous

    He’s only thanking God/Allah just like other boxers do, how has he bought religion into it? There is no way you can hide the fact that he entertained and backed his word up until the barrera fight but still he went the distance with barrera END OFF…plus he fought enough south american boxers and won them way before barrera. Even though he could have carried on and come back stronger which he easily would have done, he just thought how much more does the world need entertaining by me? For prince, a boxing match was like going to a party and having a good time. He was explosive and was knocking people out in a style like any other. Its good he retired, all these haters don’t deserve prince nas entertainment. PEACE

  • Anonymous

    Yep. He did do what he said he would and kicked some real ass. It’s a shame he didn’t come back from the Barrera defeat, but he said he’d made his mark on the sport, made his money and his hands were hurting after each match. Whatever his reasons were for his retirement, he was the man for pure entertainment value and is sorely missed.

    Anyone who hates him, should get on the gloves and do what he did, but do it better. Otherwise STFU.

  • Anonymous

    No one else compares in the ring. the only boxer i clearly remember staying up for in the early hours in my youth