Paul Williams may never fight again, but clearly, the fight has yet to leave the lanky ex-world champion.
Injured seriously in a motorcycle accident in Marietta, Ga., on Sunday and unlikely to walk again, Williams is already plotting his future. His close friend and long-time trainer, George Peterson, said Williams has no movement beneath the waist and likely will be paralyzed the rest of his life.
The good news, though, is that Williams seems prepared to bring the same intensity and will to succeed in his rehabilitation efforts as he did during an ultra-successful boxing career. Williams, 30, is 41-2 with 27 knockouts and has won world titles at welterweight, super welterweight and middleweight.
In his darkest hour, as he lies in a hospital bed unable to move the lower half of his body, it is undoubtedly a good sign that Williams has retained his sense of humor.
"We want his fans to know he's going to be all right, and he'll be back," Peterson told the Associated Press. "HeRead More »from Paul Williams may never walk again but champion personality already helping him face future