"In the old Times Square neighborhood — there were boxers from the old days and the burlesque joints. You’d meet guys in the ’80s who had been boxers back in the 1920s or 1930s. Demented young starlets; sitting side by side with old decayed boxers and old men. It was a great dichotomy that I always loved."
"Red Lights and Black Humor: An Interview With Josh Alan Friedman," on Street Carnage.