Do Good Fighters Come From Wealth, Or Poverty?
The answer is simple, and while most people believe that it doesn't matter, and that it depends on how hungry the person is, there is a trend.
Imagine this, you are born in a lower class family, nothing has ever been given to you, and if you don't snatch an opportunity, there's no second chances. you are in a tough neighborhood, the first thing you will need to do is learn how to fight. This is already the first stage of that fighters life. You will be spending lots of time at the gym, training, getting better, sometimes you wanna quit but you keep pushing so you can better yourself. And eventually, you will, because you are so motivated.
Eventually, you are the toughest kid on the block, but during your training you learned that you must always respect your opponent, so even though you are the man, you wont want to go bully other people.
So now you decide you like boxing, and you start your career, you wont be instantly recognized, so you really have to work hard, and fight hard to get up. And after years, you just might, and at that moment you will realize you earned everything you have and can pat yourself on the back.
And now, for a moment, imagine you are a teenager and son of a wealthy family, you were spoiled from day one, when you wanted something, you got it, no questions asked. So one day you decide you want to be a boxer, You are easily able to be noticed because your family can easily pay for promoting you, you will also get training from the best because your family will hire them. However, there is a fifty-fifty chance you might realize you dont want to box anymore, that it wasnt what you thought it was. Plus you don't need wealth because you already have it. So having never been told no, you will likely quit boxing entirely and come back when you feel like it.
But lets say you decide to stay, you get put into a good fight against a fairly prestigious opponent, there is no question you will get hurt, but can you handle it? having never been hit hard before, you will be less resilient than your counterpart who had to fight three bullies on his way home from school each day.
The purpose of these two points of view is to show that it is actually harder for you to become a fighter if you come from wealth and being coddled, as opposed to being a tough guy with a tough past. While there are plenty of boxer who came from wealth, kudos to them, in fact, kudos to any boxer, for simply putting up with all they go through.
So to finish this off, remember, "Tough times dont last, tough people do."