Abbott Joseph Liebling was a renowned American journalist, popularly known as A. J. Liebling. Liebling was an eminent journalist, and one of the prime columnist at ‘The New Yorker’. He penned down some of the greatest hardbacks published such as ‘World War II Writings’, ‘The Road Back to Paris’, ‘The Telephone Booth Indian’ and many more. He was an active war correspondent during the Second World War who accounted for the happenings in Africa, France and England. For his prolific work during the war, he was rewarded with the ‘Cross of the Légion d'honneur’ by the French government. He was also an ardent fan of boxing, cuisine and horse racing. Some of his works also included these aspects of his life. His ‘The Sweet Science’ was nominated as the number one sports book of all time by ‘Sports Illustrated’. ‘The A.J. Leibling Award’ was instituted for outstanding work in sports journalism. His thoughts and sayings reflect issues such as democracy, independence, virtues, principles, freedom, wisdom, knowledge, wealth, creativity, bravery, valor and equality. We have collected his quotes from his famous books and writings. Let us go through some of the most famous quotes by A.J. Liebling.