You see, everyone in that locker-room gotta pager. And everyone that looks at that pager, sees the three-one-six, so their ass belongs to me.— Stone Cold Steve Austin
Astonishing Locker Room quotations
I celebrate a victory when I start walking off the field.
By the time I get to the locker room, I'm done.
I hate letting my teammates down. I know I'm not going to make every shot. Sometimes I try to make the right play, and if it results in a loss, I feel awful. I don't feel awful because I have to answer questions about it. I feel awful in that locker room because I could have done something more to help my teammates win.
I was very emotional. I cried when I got into the locker room. I didn’t want to show that stuff on the sideline.
Several of my critics have said, 'Bowerman just tacks up a piece of paper in the locker room and turns his runners loose.' They're partially right. I do give the athletes a relatively free rein and for good reason. One of my principles is? 'Don't overcoach.'
I’m LeBron James, from Akron, Ohio, from the inner city.
I’m not even supposed to be here. That’s enough. Every night I walk into the locker room, I see a No. 6 with James on the back, I’m blessed. So what everybody says about me off the court, don’t matter. I ain’t got no worries.
Off the floor I'm really laid back, like nothing really fazes me too much.
But on the floor I do get emotional and a little carried away. However, I started playing when I was 13 to have fun with my teammates, and that never stopped. I enjoy traveling and having fun in the locker room with the guys. Life is too short to be miserable.
The Raiders of old were vicious and crazy and cruel.
Hanging around their locker room was like hanging around the weight room at Folsom Prison.
You shouldn't have any betting in the locker room at all, whether it's baseball or it's horses. You can't beat the horses. You can't beat any kind of gambling because they have the odds.
There used to be an old thing where every team had a heavy bag in their locker room for people to punch, but again, it was more about conditioning because if you hit a heavy bag for a minute, it feels like your arms are about to fall off.
I don't spend a lot of my time in the locker room. That's my least favourite place in the world.
Notice who is in the locker room after you lose, not after you win.
Championships and great seasons are won in locker rooms.
I am not one to brag but to tell you the truth mang, I am funkier then a locker room after a hoop game.
Leadership can't be fabricated. If it is fabricated and rehearsed, you can't fool the guys in the locker room. So when you talk about leadership, it comes with performance. Leadership comes with consistency.
One player's selfish attitude can poison a locker room and make it hard, if not impossible, to establish team work
I've learned a lot about the process.
I had no idea how the balls got from the officials locker room down on the field and so forth and so on and all of that. That's not something I have ever thought or concerned myself about [on] game day. I've concerned myself with preparing and coaching the team.
You fight, you try your best, but if you lose, you dont have to break five racquets and smash up the locker room. You can do those things, but when youve finished, nothings changed. Youve still lost. If something positive came from that, I probably would do it. But I see only negativity.
There are three things important to every man in this locker room.
His God, his family, and the Green Bay Packers. In that order.
Besides singing "Jump Around" to all the WWE superstars in the locker room? Uh.
.. I enjoy listening to music, pumping up, and getting really muscular and oily. I like to oil myself before.
You can pick captains, but you can't pick leaders.
Whoever controls the locker room controls the team
I'm funkier than a locker room after a hoop game.
Of course we women gossip on occasion.
But our appetite for it is not as avid as a man s. It is in the boys gyms, the college fraternity houses, the club locker rooms, the paneled offices of business that gossip reaches its luxuriant flower.
Yogi saw three of his players in the locker room wearing Cone Head hats.
Yogi said, Those guys make a pair.
In order to gain the respect of your players in the locker room, you can't just perform on Saturday. You have to do it consistently during practices, meetings, and in the weight room.
As long as I could remember, since I was 5 years old, I watched the Stanley Cup.
I stayed up, made a point of watching it presented, watched the celebration in the locker room, and always dreamed that maybe I'd get there.
Matches are won and lost so many times in the locker room.
When the whistle blows, I’m completely exhausted, physically and mentally.
I get in the locker room and I sit down and I just exhale. Finally, the danger is over.
When (the Reds) won, we loved it because we ran into the locker room and touched all the bats and gloves and got some bubble gum and red pop. When they lost, we were upset because we didn't get the bubble gum and red pop.
You have to be extreme to be exceptional. I couldn't revel in being number one. I had to get to zero. When my fitness was at its peak, I was intimidating. I made guys cave in. They'd be dejected in the locker room after matches, and I'd go out for a run, as if it wasn't enough. I'd rub it in their faces. I meant to do that.
No one knows what to say in the loser's locker room.
It's not my goal, definitely. I mean, I don't think it's something I can really achieve. Definitely she's a great champion - she has nine titles. But it's nice to see her in the locker room, and she's smiling and she's happy for me. She's really cheering for me. It's nice to have someone like her.
I have no problem with anyone storming the court. But storm the court after the opposing team has gone to the locker room. Once the opposing team is out of the area, put them all (the fans) on the court.
Twenty years ago, you'd see guys busting rackets in locker rooms. Today they do it in their hotel rooms.
It's much easier when your team's winning. When your team starts to lose, that's where a lot of these quarterback controversies divide a locker room. The key, as a pro, is to be a pro.