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Heavyweight fighter on staying in touch from training camp

By Danny Williams for CNN

Danny Williams
Williams, left, knocked out Mike Tyson in July for the biggest win of his career.
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(CNN) -- Ever since I beat Mike Tyson my mobile phone hasn't stopped ringing.

It's unbelievable -- sometimes I have to pinch myself to believe what's going on.

I've got a lot of business to take care of these days and at least my phone allows me to keep on top of it all.

It's amazing that you can call someone on the other side of the world, or you can write them a text message and they can get it within a few seconds.

I take it everywhere I go. My wife gets upset because we'll be going out to a restaurant and then it goes off just as we're sitting down to eat. She wishes I'd leave it at home, but then she's always calling me up on it as well. She calls me the most, checking where I am.

Otherwise it's usually my trainer telling me to get down to the gym. And I'm always getting calls from the press so my phone is totally on the go.

I turn it off every night though. I like to have some uninterrupted time with my family so I turn it off to give them a break.

I've got a video camera on my phone which is really important to me. I'm going to be away from home for a long time in the U.S., training for my fight with Vitali Klitschko.

As a family man it's going to be really hard, but it's something that has to be done. I've been working for this -- a shot at the heavyweight world title -- since I was eight years old. So I've got recordings of my wife and two kids and when I'm really missing them I can watch them and look through the photos.

I like to have the latest model, so I'll probably be updating again soon. I'd like to get a Blackberry so that I can keep track of my email as well. And I'd love to get one that will show the video highlights when I beat Klitschko.

-- British boxer Danny Williams knocked out Mike Tyson in July, confirming his status as a heavyweight world title contender. He'll fight defending champion Vitali Klitschko for the WBC belt in New York in December.


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