Leni Stern | Gnate Yone (How Many Times)

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Gnate Yone (How Many Times)

by Leni Stern

“It doesn’t matter how many times you go down, all that matters is how many times you get back up.”- Mike Tyson
Genre: World: African- West
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Gnate Yone (How Many Times) has an unlikely origin, with the title springing from something that boxer Mike Tyson said in his Spike Lee HBO special, for which Stern was in the live audience. Tyson reiterated a phrase from his coach and trainer, told to him after a particularly intense fight which he won after being knocked down many times: “It doesn’t matter how many times you go down, all that matters is how many times you get back up.” This struck Stern as an important and powerful metaphor for life. “I just thought it was beautiful, and it left a real impression on me to see Mike Tyson say that.”


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