After accusing husband Evander Holyfield of hitting her, Candi Holyfield opened up to RadarOnline.com saying that she feels no ill will towards him.
"There is no anger and resentment between Evander and myself," she said.
Despite having dropped her temporary protective order against her famous husband, she remains uncertain about the future of their marriage.
“I’m not sure what that will be at this time and we will only know this in time.
“At present we are trying to make the best decision and find the best route for our relationship and marriage."
The couple is also keeping the welfare of their children a priority regardless of whether or not they remain married.
“We take responsibility as parents because we have to for the sake of our children, whatever that final decision will be," Candi added.
The famous boxer allegedly hit his third wife in the face during an early morning fight on February 1, after she complained it was too cold inside their $10 million Georgia mansion.
According to court papers filed by Candi, Holyfield had been violent to Candi before.
“In 2008 he choked me in front of our daughter and house keeper," the papers read. "In 2009 he has hit me in front of the children. He has grabbed me in front of the children. A couple of weeks ago he threw a bottle of water at me.”