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There's a Snapple commercial going around that ends with the word "namaste", which I thought I remembered in a story my dad told me about a boxer surrendering to Joe Louis or Muhammad Ali or some other famous boxer. I googled it and it turns out it's just the Sanskrit version of "aloha", i.e. a greeting or goodbye. So what the heck is the original quotation that the boxer says? I thought it was something along the lines of "no more", i.e. he is asked if he wants to throw in the towel and only replies "no more"
EDIT: Found it, please lock. The quote is "no mas", in a fight with Sugar Ray Leonard.