- Week in Words
Tony Adams makes a brilliant brew, Dereck Chisora eats
In the latest collection of colourful quotes from the week, Dereck Chisora eats food, Ernie Els has a funny looking torture chamber and Sam Warburton develops a strange pre-travel superstition of kissing his shirts.
"I go and see this company, they put me on a machine, do tests and then deliver the food and I eat it."
British heavyweight Dereck Chisora gives an insight into the dietary regime than has seen him shed plenty of weight.
"I found myself kissing my Lions jersey the other day as I was packing it up for another flight."
Sam Warburton clearly treasures the first Lions shirt he wore against the Reds earlier this month.
"It's like walking out of a torture chamber to a nice parkland course."
Ernie Els was happy to leave US Open conditions behind him at the BMW International.
"I've had many people come to Qatar during June and it wasn't the horror story people expected, that they would burst in flames. It's not armageddon."
Qatar 2022 World Cup committee secretary general Hassan Al Thawadi is still considering the possibility of staging the event in winter, but based on this evidence there is no need to.
"I felt like I did myself justice and probably put enough of a good swing where Ben Hogan might have thought it was a decent shot too!"
Justin Rose soaks up life as a major winner after claiming the US Open title.
"Look, I would make the tea for Arsenal Football Club and I thought I ticked all the boxes."
Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams makes a cracking brew.
"If David Haye takes this fight I'll make him f*** his self! 100% getting it, I'll make him quit like the b**** he is!"
Tyson Fury has a way with words, and does not believe David Haye would stand a chance if the pair met in the ring.
"My body and mind are in great shape and I know I'm going to really enjoy these last few months before the next stage of life begins."
Australian cricketer Ricky Ponting calls time on an impressive career.
"We tried to play a bit of rugby, probably too much in the first half."
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland is not a fan of too much rugby.
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