Emile Griffith (fought 10 world champions and boxed 339 rounds in title fights, more than any other fighter in history. Moving to New York City from the Virgin Islands, Griffith discovered boxing and captured a Golden Gloves title. He turned pro in 1958 and in 1960 he earned a shot at the welterweight title and knocked out Benny Paret in the 13th round to become champion. In 1966, Griffith decisioned Dick Tiger to add the middleweight title to his collection. Boxingtalk's "OnFire" caught up with the former welterweight and middleweight champion Emile Griffith who was glad to be out of the house and at the fights. He shares his feelings about capturing his first world title, moving up in weight and capturing the sixty pound title and boxing in general. See what else the two-time world champion had to say.