Hopkins vs Taylor: Jermaine Taylor Conference Call

30.06.05 - NORMAN HORTON: Good afternoon, this is Norman Horton and on behalf of Team Taylor and DiBella Entertainment , we would like to thank all members of the media for their participation in this call today. On the line we have Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment; Pat Burns, trainer for Jermaine Taylor; and Jermaine Taylor. First weíll open it up with opening statements from Lou DiBella and Pat Burns and then weíll be open for questions.

LOU DIBELLA, PRESIDENT, DIBELLA ENTERTAINMENT: Everybody thank you for joining us and things in Team Taylor are proceeding exactly as we would have hoped. Jermaineís in great shape, heíll tell you about that. His training camp could not have gone any better so far and Pat will tell you a little bit about that in a minute. Whatís going to happen on July 16th is a little bit of what youíve seen in the recent past and whatís going to happen on July 16th is that youth is going to be served.

And Jermaine is bigger, younger, stronger and faster than Bernard Hopkins and on July 16th heís going to prove that heís also better. And the end of the Hopkins era is coming and thereís going to be a new sheriff in town, a new undisputed middle-weight champion on July 16th, and I think that people are going to be in for a treat when they watch this fight because, even though we do view Bernard Hopkins as a master, even though he does know every trick in the book, even though he has been a great champion, his day is coming to an end on July 16th. And Pat:

NORMAN HORTON: Pat go ahead.

PAT BURNS, TRAINER: Yes, yeah, just to reiterate what Lou said. Itís been a terrific training camp. Jermaine just came in psychologically prepared for this fight. Heís really wanted this fight for a long time and his wish has come true. Heís been training extremely hard. Just looks like a bear and I anticipate him having a great night.

LOU DIBELLA: I guess we can open up for questions.

NORMAN HORTON: Weíll open it up for questions, absolutely.

OPERATOR: Thank you. If you have a question or a comment, please press star, one, on your touchtone phones at this time. Once again thatís star, one, on your touchtone telephone.

The first question comes from Dan Rafael of ESPN.

DAN RAFAEL, ESPN: Hi Jermaine, how are we doing today?

PAT BURNS: Actually Jermaine is standing by. Iím going to go ahead and put him on now, OK Norm?

DAN RAFAEL: Iíll start with Lou if heís there.

LOU DIBELLA: Iím here.


DAN RAFAEL: Lou, we just were on the phone with Bernard a little while ago, right before this call, and he talked very much about this was personal for him and he was clearly speaking about your relationship with him or lack thereof.

LOU DIBELLA: Iím not talking about my relationship with Bernard Hopkins anymore. Iím not talking about my victories over him in court anymore. Iím not talking about his agenda anymore. Iím talking about a fight and the fightís between Bernard Hopkins and Jermaine Taylor and from now on, between now and the date of the right my focus is on my fighter and my fighter winning that fight and Bernard Hopkins can say whatever he wants to about me. You know, Iím taking the high road which is a place heís never been.


PAT BURNS: Dan, Iím going to give the phone over, do you have any questions for me, Dan, before I go and give it to Jermaine?

DAN RAFAEL: You know what, Iíd like to. If Jermaine is there thatíd be great Pat.

PAT BURNS: OK hold on a second. Dan Rafael.


DAN RAFAEL: Hey Jermaine.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Hey how you doing?

DAN RAFAEL: Iím good. Jermaine, can you talk a little about what so far in your first 20 plus fights has prepared you for the challenge that you have ahead of you? What makes you believe that youíre prepared for this sort of challenge?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Itís not just my first, all the fights Iíve had, thatís like, my whole life has prepared me for this, you know, and Iíve wanted this all my life and Iíve been waiting on this moment, and now itís my turn. You know, itís finally come to pass. Thatís what Iíve got training hard as to like, I work harder than any boxer I know and now Iím just ready to fight.

DAN RAFAEL: Anything into the particular fights though that has made you believe that youíre ready to face the best guy in the world?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I just feel like, itís my style of boxing and my work habits. Iím a hard worker when I get into the gym.

DAN RAFAEL: Now one thing. I know youíre training down in Miami and Bernardís training down there also. Somebody had said to me that you guys were actually out running one day and you sort of, I donít know if you crossed paths or you saw each other. Is that true, and if so, can you explain the circumstances of that?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: It was a rumor, ainít nothing happen like that.

DAN RAFAEL: You never saw each other then?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: No, I never seen him out on a run, I donít think. He probably seen me, but I ainít never seen Bernard on a run.

DAN RAFAEL: OK. Thanks a lot Jermaine.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Chris Murray of Philadelphia Tribune.

CHRIS MURRAY, PHILADELPHIA TRIBUNE: How you doing there Jermaine, howís everything going?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iím doing great, how about yourself?

CHRIS MURRAY: Iím hanging in there. Look, what convinces you that you can beat Bernard Hopkins? The guy has seemingly impenetrable defense and guys like Oscar De La Hoya and other folks have tried, Felix Trinidad. What makes you different from those fighters and how do you think youíll penetrate his, his defense?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Well I think my style of boxing is going to penetrate it. Iíve got a good jab, I work all 12 rounds. Iím coming to fight. Well Iím actually coming to win.

CHRIS MURRAY: OK. And my next question, I understand your wife - well I know your wife plays basketball in Louisiana Tech. Has she given you any assistance in terms of training? Has she worked with you a little bit, or, you know, I know youíre both athletes and all that? Has she given you any insights on and how youíre going to prepare for this fight?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Really, all she goes is, she gives me peace of mind at home. You know, she takes care of our daughter, but as far as boxing, I handle it.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Lem Satterfield of Baltimore Sun.

LEM SATTERFIELD, BALTIMOR SUN: Hey you canít get that name right, but thatís all right. Hey, Jermaine, I know you say, Lou said youth will be served, but you know, a lot of guys have made mistakes in counting on a guy getting old in the ring. One of the things Bernard did when he prepared for De La Hoya is he went back and looked at tapes of De La Hoya against Trinidad, you know, that kind of thing. Is that in any way something youíre doing? I mean, you might be telling us youíre going after an old man but are you preparing for Bernard that, you know, may not get old that night.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Exactly. Actually Iíve been watching the stage and the man is, is still a dangerous fighter. I mean Iím not taking that away from him. As far as him getting old, you know, nobody going to (inaudible). I know, you know, even if he does could always stay on and fight, you know?

LEM SATTERFIELD: You expecting him anymore desperate in terms of some of the tricks that he may use? I know Lou is very, Lou, we see Lou sometimes in, you know, at other fights, and heíll tell us some of the things Bernard is doing in the ring and, you know, Iím sure Lou has given you a lot of insight.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: He has. I know how Bernard fights. I mean if thatís how you want to bring it, then Iím going to take it to that level too. You know, if you want to make it out a dirty fight, then itís going to be a dirty fight, cause I ainít backing down from nobody.

LEM SATTERFIELD: Another thing, now I understand that publicly youíre very cordial, you know, about Bernard. You know, you say you like him, you express a lot of admiration for him, but, you know, I understand that secretly, you know, maybe when youíre in training or with some of your other, you know, people, you have kind of developed somewhat of an acrimony for him. Maybe, you know, a possible visceral dislike.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I mean no. Iíve never said that because, you know, Iíve been boxing for 14 years and if I got mad at all my opponents Iíd be the meanest person in the world. I mean, this is a sport. Of course, me and him are going to fight. I mean, Iím going to get in the ring, me and him going to fight regardless. So, whether I like him or I donít like him, I donít think itíd make a difference. I mean, heís a human being, outside the ring and when we get in the ring Iím going to take care of business. Iím a boxer, thatís what I do. As far as outside the ring, it donít make a difference, Iíd take him out to eat or whatever, you know.

LEM SATTERFIELD: OK. Last question; when you say youíre going fight, he made a conscious effort not to go after De La Hoya and I think that crossed that De La Hoya blew up a little bit. A lot of people thought he was just going to go after De La Hoya and just try to beat him down and he actually kind of lured him into more of a boxing match. Is that something youíre prepared for? I know itís a dumb question but can you, you know, enlighten us a little bit?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iím prepared for everything. Iím prepared if he comes in, you know, he try to be dirty. Iím prepared if he waits and tries to steal around with those lower flurry of punches. Iím prepared for everything. Iíve trained hard; Iíve done all Iím supposed to in the gym. On the 16th Iím gonna prove it.

LEM SATTERFIELD: Great. Thanks a lot Jermaine. Good luck.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Chris Givens of Arkansas Democrat.

CHRIS GIVENS, ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT: Say hey Jermaine, how ya doing?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Whatís up Chris, how ya doing B?

CHRIS GIVENS: Doing good; just listening to the tone of some of these questions and hearing some of the things that Bernard said, if people outside in the boxing world view that you as the underdog, does that both you, because you probably havenít been an underdog in this situation before? And how is your mental approach?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Well Iíve never been an underdog, no sire I havenít, but Iím not worried about it. You know, it is a difference, I mean, Iíll be coming out to the ring first and heíll be coming last, you know, I mean, of course thereís a different feeling but I ainít worried about it at all. I canít wait to get in that ring and just take care of business and have a good titlist box.

CHRIS GIVENS: Bernard made the comment a few minutes ago, he said oh well he is not in Arkansas anymore and, you know, heís in the bright lights of Vegas. Does that thought intimidate you? Youíve done this before but does the fact that youíll be up on the marquee and this is a big fight for you, does it intimidate you at all?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: No sir, itís not going to intimidate me at all and itís actually going to help me out. I mean, itís going to keep me on my toes; itís going to keep me on point. You know, I canít wait. Iím looking forward to it.

CHRIS GIVENS: Last thing Iíve got for you before I see you in Vegas. Is it, does it make you feel good knowing that thereís a lot of people from Arkansas that are actually making the trip to Vegas, and then the support, do you feel it in Miami and will you feel it in Vegas?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I feel, it feels wonderful. I mean just to know that I am going to have my people there with me. They will be calling the holds and I canít wait until they do it. As soon as I get a hold card then I go wild, you know what Iím saying? I canít wait babe, Iím looking forward to it.

CHRIS GIVENS: All right weíll see you down there. Thank you, Jermaine.


OPERATOR: Thank you. We have a follow-up question from Chris Murray of Philadelphia Tribune.

CHRIS MURRAY: Yeah. My question is who have you fought in your career that has been similar to Bernard Hopkins? Is there anyone thatís similar to him in terms of ability or in terms of stature, mentality or whatever? Is there anyone similar to him?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iím gonna say no one. Iím gonna say I just take a little bit from each one of my opponents, thatís added to my bank, you know. And after I beat Bernard Iím going to take some of him and add that to my bank.

CHRIS MURRAY: How, how far do you envision the fight going? Do you think you can stop him?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I feel like itís going to be a great fight but after I catch Bernard he will be asleep.

CHRIS MURRAY: OK, thank you.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Robert Morales of Los Angeles Daily News.

ROBERT MORALES, LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS: Hey Jermaine whatís going on man?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: How you doing?

ROBERT MORALES: Iím doing all right. Hey listen, you know, or thanks to Norman, you know, you and I talked on the phone for a while a couple of weeks ago.


ROBERT MORALES: Well one thing I didnít get from you, cause, you know, we talked about how your mom is still working and youíve asked her to quit and she wonít do it.


ROBERT MORALES: Two things, how old is your mom now and do you think you might be able to talk her into quitting after this fight, especially if you win?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I hope so. Hopefully Iíll be able to put enough money in her bank account where, you know, she will just say, well Iím not going to work today, I donít need help. My mom, how old is my mama, 43, I think.

ROBERT MORALES: How old is that?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Forty three I think.

ROBERT MORALES: Forty three, OK.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I think now, you know, I donít want her to get mad I donít want to put it up there too much.

ROBERT MORALES: Well as long as itís younger than she really is sheÖ

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Yeah, yeah, yeah, thatís what Iím trying to do.

ROBERT MORALES: All right Jermaine. Hey thanks man I appreciate it.


OPERATOR: Thank you. We have a follow-up question from Dan Rafael of ESPN.

DAN RAFAEL: Hey Jermaine I had another question for you.


DAN RAFAEL: I donít know if you heard the beginning of the conversation where I asked Lou about the things that Bernard was saying about his relationship or lack thereof with Lou, and I wonder, does it make you uncomfortable to be in a situationÖ

LOU DIBELLA: Dan, could you just tell him what I did say in response to that?


LOU DIBELLA: Hi man, how are you Jermaine?

DAN RAFAEL: Lou said that he wasnít going to talk about that situation. But I want to know from you how it feels to be sort of in the middle between, you know, the constant acrimony between Lou and Bernard, and if it has any impact whatsoever on anything that you do in relation to this fighter promotion?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I donít feel like Iím in the middle. I asked Lou about it, he you know, he explained to me what happened and I left it at that, you know. As far as him and Lou, thatís between him and Lou. But I just, I just know there had to be a lot of love there, you know, cause they into it like they is.

DAN RAFAEL: Now, one of the thingsÖ

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I donít worry about that.

DAN RAFAEL: Bernard has seems to be using it as motivation for himself. He says that when heís in the ring, you know, heíll be fighting you, heíll be seeing Lou and, you know, said some things along those lines. Is that in any wayÖ

LOU DIBELLA: I hope he is seeing me because Iím a lot slower, I donít have a good jab. I hope heís thinking about me the whole fight.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: You can use anything you want to. It donít make a difference. Iím going in there and Iím going to take care of business. Iím not worried about nothing.

DAN RAFAEL: OK. Thanks a lot Jermaine.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Chris Cozzone of Fight News.

CHRIS COZZONE, FIGHT NEWS: Hey Jermaine. Bernard, in a teleconference before this one, talked about, he compared this fight with his 1993 fight against Roy Jones and how he was just a little bit, he was a little bit inexperienced to go up against Jones and he compares you to how he was when he stood up against Jones. What are your thoughts on that?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I watched him, I watched his Jones fight. I mean, he had nothing coming. I mean, he was just slow and Jones just gave up on him every time. As far as me, I know Iím a lot faster than Bernard. Iím a lot faster and a lot stronger. So if thatís what he comparing it to, you know, itís going to be a long fight.

CHRIS COZZONE: He also said that he thinks youíre making a mistake by thinking just cause youíre bigger and a little faster, he says a little faster, that thatís to your advantage, but he says that it doesnít mean that youíre going to win the fight and what happens ifÖ

JERMAINE TAYLOR: It doesnít. I mean, Iím sorry sir, I didnít mean to cut you off.

CHRIS COZZONE: Thatís OK go ahead.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: It doesnít mean that Iím going to win the fight but I also have boxing skills and this is my style of boxing, how I use my jab and how I work my left hand. You know, thatís whatís going to win the fight.

CHRIS COZZONE: He also said what happens if he takes his jab away because he talked about taking it away?


CHRIS COZZONE: So letís say he finds a way to take it away, how do you conquer that?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: He canít take that jab away all 12 rounds like that. He can probably try it but he couldnít only hold it for two rounds and, you know, everybody always got something. And say he does take the jab away, they donít come with those vicious uppercuts cause if he take it away he going to have to lean in and as soon as he lean in he could be getting caught with the uppercut.

CHRIS COZZONE: OK. Thanks Jermaine.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Youíre welcome.

OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Rea Frey of

REA FREY, BOXINGTALK.NET: Hello Jermaine, how are you?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iím doing good, how you doing?

REA FREY: Good. I just wanted to know if you see any weaknesses in Hopkins, just in his fighting style.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Any weaknesses. No, not really, I mean, of course you know that heís getting older and heís getting a lot smarter in the ring and heís picking his punches a lot more, but as far as weaknesses, heís a slow starter, you know, and I plan on capitalizing on that. Thatís about it, I mean, heís a great fighter. Iím not taking that away from him.

REA FREY: OK. What about, who inspires you as a fighter? Who keeps you motivated?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Who inspired me as a fighter?

REA FREY: I mean, who continues to inspire you as a fighter? Is there any fighter in particular, any person?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: No maíam not really. Itís my coach, Olivera, he started me in boxing. He put the dream in my head and I just, I took it and ran with it.

REA FREY: OK, great. Thank you so much.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from George Smith of Ringside

GEORGE SMITH, RINGSIDE REPORT.COM: Hello George Diaz Smith here. How you doing Jermaine?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iím doing good, how are you doing?

GEORGE SMITH: Good, great. Bernard looks to taking you through eight and nine hard fought rounds to eventually where youíre down to the body. How would you counter that, you know, determined measure? And also, Jermaine, also Jermaine, Hop says that he will land the first hard punch and that will still taking you in deep later. What are you observations from that and are you ready for that punch?


GEORGE SMITH: He said two-folded things. One was that he would take you deep through eight and nine hard fought rounds. Essentially that would mean, you know, working your body. But he also said that in the beginning of the fight, and I guess that this proves that heís a slow starter, that he was going to land the first hard punch, and are you ready for that punch in any eventuality that he may, you know, take you there?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I think I am ready for that punch and as far as him talking about he going to come out eight rounds and go hard, you know, Iím not worried about that either, because, you know, thatís not his style I mean, and if he is switching up then, you know, then he switches up. What Iím saying is however he bring it, Iím going to take it to him. It donít make a difference how he bring it. There is nothing he can do to beat me, nothing.

GEORGE SMITH: Thanks Jermaine. I also wanted to say, tell me one thing then, we enjoy your ring entrances here especially when they announce your name. When you move gracefully in the canvas from the bottom of your soles to your feet it looks like a purification rite, as some call it, as some sort of the matadors do before the slaying of the bulls in arenas. I mean, they would have loved you man. Why do you do it?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: To tell you why I do it. I had a coach that tell me always do something to stand out and then as an amateur, you know, I just picked it up. You know, Iíve been doing it ever since.

GEORGE SMITH: Thank you very much and God bless you.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Thank you so much. God bless you too.

OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from William Trillo of Boxing

WILLIAM TRILLO, BOXING 2005.COM: Hello Jermaine, itís my pleasure to be able to speak to you again.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Well thank you.

WILLIAM TRILLO: Let me just run a couple of things by you. One, Bernard mentioned in his conference just prior to yours, that when you guys met eye to eye that he could see that you were somewhat surprised that he was roughly as big a man as you, that maybe you had thought that he was a smaller man and when you first realized that he was, in fact, your size, that he could see, maybe not fear but some anxiety in you. Did you feel that at all, did you know that Bernard was the same size man as you?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: No, he took that the wrong way. Actually, you know, I am, I am a little bigger than Bernard, and I am a little, I think, his head is a little longer than mine, but as far as me being taller, I think Iím just a little taller than he is. But if he thought that I was intimidated by him, no, he got the wrong impression. Iím not the least bit intimidated.

WILLIAM TRILLO: OK. Now, this was the second time that Iíve heard Bernard when heís talking about other fights and fights that he compares this too, that heís used and looked at the Magabi versus Hagler fight. Iím just wondering, do you look back at history at all and say to yourself, OK hereís a fight that I can use, not to pattern yourself after, but more of the motivation of a young guy coming in and beating the undisputed champ? Is there something that sets you on fire when you look at it?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: No sir it donít. Iím just going to go in there and Iím just going to box. I motivate myself. You know, I donít too much look back on the old fights. But I do respect all of them, cause if it werenít for them, you know, them paving the way, I wouldnít be here.

WILLIAM TRILLO: So what Iím hearing is, is Jermaine Taylor is ready to make his own mark and make his own fight history.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Yes sir I am. Yes sir I am, Iíve been wanting this moment for a long time and now itís my turn.

WILLIAM TRILLO: Well we appreciate getting the chance to talk to you, OK.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Thank you so much.

WILLIAM TRILLO: Best of luck, God bless you.


OPERATOR: Thank you. The next question comes from Hector Duarte of Boxing


JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iím doing good, how you doing?

HECTOR DUARTE: Good, great. Iím just wondering, outside of Daniel Edouard was the first legitimate middleweight you faced. Donít you think itís maybe a little, I mean a big leap going right after Hopkins now on July 16th?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: A leap. I feel like, of course itís a leap, I mean, itís the world championship and this is what I wanted ever since I first started boxing. And, you know, if I couldnít get this time, this is what I got into boxing for. So I feel like itís my time, my time is right now and Bernard ready for the taking.

HECTOR DUARTE: Also your Olympic pedigree is (inaudible) as an amateur. Do you feel thatís an advantage going into this fight with Hopkins, who, I mean, as far as we know was an old rookie at 22 when he came out initially?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I believe that that all my experience, has made me right for this point. You know, every fight I had up to now has prepared me for this fight. Everything Iíve been through has prepared me for this fight.

HECTOR DUARTE: OK, best of luck to you Jermaine.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Well, thank you so much.

OPERATOR: Thank you. We have a follow from Robert Morales with Los Angeles Daily News.



ROBERT MORALES: Hey listen, you know, correct me if Iím wrong, the biggest thing in Arkansas is the Arkansas Razorback Football team.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Youíre right.

ROBERT MORALES: OK. Now that said, I know that you probably canít touch that because that goes back a long, long way, but that said, how is your home town of Little Rock embracing this fight with Bernard Hopkins? And realizing that youíre not training there, but from what you know, from what youíre heard, the newspaper guys and gals that have talked to you, whatever, how is Little Rock embracing this?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Just like Iím a Razorback, you know, just like Iím a Razorback. Arkansas is behind me 100 percent. I never let them down. Iíll always be a Razorback. Iíll never leave. Iíll always have a home in Arkansas. I just love it that much. Arkansas has being real good to me.

ROBERT MORALES: All right man thank you.


OPERATOR: Thank you. We have a follow-up question from Chris Givens of Arkansas Democrat.

CHRIS GIVENS: My question was already actually asked in between so Iím good to go.

OPERATOR: Our final question comes from Lem Satterfield of Baltimore Sun Newspaper.

LEM SATTERFIELD: Hey thanks a lot. Hey Jermaine, Bernard gets a lot of his motivation, obviously, from his prison past, but you didnít have it quite so easy growing up and Iím sure that, you just said you get, you know, a lot what youíve been through has prepared you for this moment. Can you go into a little bit briefly about your past and then talk about how it strengthens you and prepares you for moments like this?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: I used to like, you know, thereís been a lot of ups and downs in my life and thereís been a lot of hurt in my life and a lot of things, a lot of times where I had to step up at the plate when it wasnít my time. You know, and I also like, all that has prepared me for this moment.

LEM SATTERFIELD: Youíre stepping up to the plate where a lot of people donít think itís your time right now, right?


LEM SATTERFIELD: Thatís the similarity?


LEM SATTERFIELD: Can you talk a little bit about your marriage? A lot has been made of, you know, how youíre a good father and I donít know if youíve talked to Chris Byrd about this but he changes a lot of diapers.

JERMAINE TAYLOR: No I havenít talked to him, but Iím pretty sure he does. Itís all about your kids man. You know, itís all about making your kids happy and I like seeing my little girl smile, or my boy. You know, I donít know, I just, I love my kids man.

LEM SATTERFIELD: OK, good. How long have you been married now sir?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iíve been married for two years.

LEM SATTERFIELD: How many years?

JERMAINE TAYLOR: Iíve been married for two years.

LEM SATTERFIELD: OK. Hey thanks a lot and good luck.


OPERATOR: Once again, if anyone does have a question, please press star, one, at this time. We have no further questions at this time.

SPEAKER: Thank you everybody for joining us and weíll see you in Vegas.

NORMAN HORTON: Yeah on behalf of Team Taylor, Norman Horton, weíd like to thank everyone for their participation and patience today.


NORMAN HORTON: OK operator, Nancy, weíre fine.

LOU DIBELLA: Take care Pat, take care Jermaine.

Article posted on 30.06.2005

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