Gillon: “So you saying that our boxing here in Diggstown is not to your satisfaction, Mister . . . ?”
Caine: “Caine. Gabriel Caine?”
Gillon: “John Gillon. Nice to meet you.”
Caine: “Hey, can I be frank with you?”
Caine: “It’s never too satisfying knowing who’s gonna win every time. You know what I mean? Take this mamluke in the white trunks over here. Half way through the first fight, I knew he’ll be kissing canvas. And varoom, he’s already done it twice. So what do you think? Is he going to kiss canvas a third time? Yes.”
Gillon: “What you’re saying is that you think this man in the red trunks is going to win this fight.”
Caine: “Is there like an acoustical problem in here? I didn’t say I think he’s going to ...