Analyst, Paul Felder, United States discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
So he's, he's the guy become a fan of and very familiar with. Let me send it over to your favorite goes goes Paul. Phil, that's kind of what I wanted to touch on about being near favorite now about this is now probably you're getting to that point where you've done this enough where you're starting to call guys for their second. Third fight. Maybe even fourth fight. That relationship that you have. We all knew you. Paul Felder the fighter and there's some people. Obviously, a lot of people do know us fighter, but a lot of people know you as popular the analysts as well. Have you ever felt like that line is starting to shift a little bit as ever weird when you're talking the fighters? Like do they ever feeling? Maybe I shouldn't tell this guy this. 'cause he's also an analyst. Is that ever happened of lines ever been blurred. No, the only time it's blurred maybe when when I run in the fans and things like that. And sometimes lately, the first thing they say to me is they, you know, I love what you're doing in commentary and in your analysts work. Oh, and I love it when you're fighting engine expert. But a lot of times though it starts guys mentioning me as as a commentator, which that that to me is still a little weird. The pacing of a fight night when you're calling it or when you're at the desk versus when you're actually there fighting, how much different is that for you? Like emotional. Why is it ever get confusing? Sometimes. It's totally different. I mean, it's like doing our would compare it to like doing film work or theater work, you know, as an actor because when you're live, they're calling it. You start, don't stop. There's not much hersal. There's you just go through it and it is what it is at the end and you're just riding that roller coaster, whether you're messing up or not. When you're on the desk, it's a little more setup. There's there's topics are going to talk about. The fights are usually already over. So you know what you're going to talk about your notes. You're talking points are. So in that regard, it's a lot slower. Lot more breaks a lot more. You know, it's just television. It's much more like working on on that thing anchorperson on on the news. Whereas when you're live doing it or stepping in the cage and actually. Interviewing these guys. It's sorta Li in the moment and a lot more grennell involved in a little more exciting for me. What happens more for you? Paul at the end of a night when you fought, do you take what happened that night and feel more excited to talk about it as a broadcaster or at the end of a night broadcasting to you feel more excited to.