They put the pressure on.
Monkey see, monkey do.
That was the scariest ... thing I've ever done in my life. I'm lucky I'm alive.
It was OK once I knew that it was not really safe, but safe enough to get back up.
Obviously, it's not in my nature to walk away from something, but there's got to be a fine line of what is possible and what's so . . . dangerous that you gotta go, 'OK, that's all that's possible, here.
To a certain extent, I'm not trying to evolve out of this world of physical pain into a world of mental stress and anguish. But I do have a bit of the business bug. I'm aware I have to try to mediate it to a certain point so I don't become soaked down to the point where it's hard to escape.
Just to see them get hurt and run back up there and go down again, they're like Superman.
My theory was that they all saw me do it and if Andy Mac could do it ...' Macdonald said.
They threw me down ... then, they took my head and started banging it on the ground, face first into the cement, ... It was so quick I had no time to react -- to grabbing anything or anything.
The doctor said I should have my full eyesight back.