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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:14 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"And Tony, Tony week's very experienced reverie, obviously. He did something that I wish I didn't see it. And nobody talked about it. Early in the fight, there was a moment where they came, they came to on the inside. I don't know if it was where they came inside close and went into a clinch or about to go into I don't remember. But they got in real close quarters. And teal female actually gestured. He looked at the ref because he was in a position where every was looking at him. And he just said, break this. And Tony, he followed orders. It really bothered me. I wish someone would have but of course I would mention it. But I wish they might have mentioned it was all the way around, and it happened to the house fighter. But I wish it would have been. If I was broadcasting well, that's why I'm not broken. But I would have mentioned it. I would have just said, hey, wait a minute, guys. You can't have a referee taking orders from a fighter. And it's sure look like the referee just obeyed the orders the gesture, the body language of Lopez, where he said break us. Get him out of here. Come in here. And he did. And I'm not saying that it changed the outcome of the fight because it didn't. But it's not right. It's not right. And see, that's the problem with our sport. There's no oversight at all. They're not police. Nobody at that tower looking down and watching what's going on. NFL golf basketball baseball, there's always somebody that if they saw something like that that was unsavory that had a look of impropriety, you damn sure. It would be dealt with. Damn sure. Immediately. Why? Because you've got to save the credibility of the game. You have to protect the credibility of the game. I mean, that's why Pete Rose, who, the greatest hit of maybe of all time, at least the most hit. The head king. And you like him, you hate him. He gambled, I get it. But that's why he's not in the Hall of Fame. And that guy deserves to be in the whole fame. But that's why he's not in the Hall of Fame. Because, you know, he gambled and you can't let people that gamble because it attacks the integrity of the game. So all right, I get it. But boxing, it seems like nothing, nothing attacks the integrity of, but it does. But nobody protects it. Nobody did a protective sport. You know, nobody there to say, hey, this can't be allowed because you will damage the reputation of a great sport. I had to say that. I hope everybody has a great week. I hope you too can. Your lovely family, Sam, who does the filming here, Sam Rivera. It does a great job with the videos and his own right and of course rob Moore who does the producing, all of you, all of your families, God bless. Thank you, teddy, and thanks everyone for being with us. See you Thursday with the fight plan for AJ usic number two and we'll see you next Monday to break down all the action. Thanks for being with us. Please subscribe and like the show. We appreciate you. Wait for the night waiting for the next two weeks. So we understand to the sun cooler better

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:37 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Tremendously similar their workmen like their blue collar type guys that personalities are similar. They're very serious. Technically very solid, they become well rounded. And nothing fancy. No frills, you know, they're more staked than they are sizzle. They are just solid, blue color type guys that are very talented. I get it. But solid blue collar type guys to go about their business. In a very, very, very similar way, very similar way. I think as I said, where can I pick a little separation? Who's one might have to bet a chin? Ed Woods got badly heard late and not fight with the great Nate Diaz, but Edwards has a good chin that told me they don't have one, who's been might have a little bit. As I started this conversation, might just be a little bit physically more durable, a little bit just a little thicker in some of those physical areas, if that makes sense to the poop out there. At the end of the day, it's kind of hard to go against those but not just because of the talent. His supreme confidence he truly doesn't believe anyone could beat him. And as hard to beat a guy like that. It's not impossible. Like they said in godfather two, they asked they were looking to kill Hyman Roth and said, can we do it? Is it not in the guy said, when Michael asked him, what do you think? He said, not a possible, difficult, not impossible. It's going to be difficult to beat those but not impossible. But it is, and rob, get that up, by the way, people love those movie things, you know? You can't go wrong with the freaking confound. One or two. Very, very seldom that a sequel is up to par with her original. But again, just that I think at the end of the day, just a little bit, I think it's going to be very competitive. I think it's going to be very good. I think it's going to be very interesting. I think some chess. I think some chess is going to play out. As far as strategy, you know, as far as, again, the mind of thinking, the cerebral part of it was all great fighters, have the capacity to go there. But at the end of the day, yeah, Edwards wants to revenge that fight, Edwards was better and had to wear everything to win his fight. And as I said, I think it'll be competitive, very competitive. But teddy for the guys at my bookie, my bookie taught AG, used the promo code Atlas, 50% deposit, 50% credit on your first deposit. For the folks who are going to visit my bookie, we've got Leon Edwards at a plus two 80 and Kamaru Usman at minus three 70 and you got the over under over four and a half rounds minus one 70 under four and a half plus one 35. I'm going with the over. I just said it. I think it's going to be competitive. I think it's going to be a chess match in some areas of the fight. If I had to bet it's not too much the lights a lot to like, but it's not, it's not as crazy as some fights ought to lay. I probably would lay it, but at the end of the day I'd probably be more prone to not lay as much and go with the ova, and as I said, I don't discount of figure out in any way Edwards. But a guy who's got that supreme confidence that does really just things that he can't get beat. As a hard guy to, it's a hot guy to be with all the talent that he's got. And Edwards, yeah, he wants revenge. Yeah, he's a lot better now. At the end of the day, I have to, again, go with those one. And oval friend, we really admire a lot. I have my bulkheads. Most of these fighters. But we admire Edwards a lot. Yeah, I couldn't agree more. Looking forward to this one as usual, great, great weekend of action with the heavyweight fight. Usic AJ, and then you've got over on a pay per view. Two pay per view fights. AJ and usic and then over on the ESPN pay per view with Camaro and Leon Edwards headlining that event from Salt Lake City. I think first time, maybe first time UFC has been in salt beautiful city. But lots to look forward to this weekend, teddy. And I'm looking forward to breaking down all the action. Obviously on Monday. And of course, please, guys, Thursday. Tune in for the fight for the fight plan. AJ versus usic two. On YouTube, please subscribe to the show. You'll get the notification letting you know when it's up and ready. I believe 5 p.m. eastern on Thursday this coming and you got anything else teddy before we say goodbye to everyone. Yeah, one thing I just want to go back just for a second. Go back to what we would talk about at the top about the tea of female compact fight, right? And how the commentators might have been just a little bit like the movie again. I use a movie De Niro and Goodfellas when he said when Daniel said, you insulted him a little bit. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. You insult to them a little bit. The commentators might have been a little bit over the top, you know, with their home or ism. That's a new word. It's okay to hit their home or for the obviously the house fight, the guy they wanted to win to your family. But you know what bothered me even more canon nobody talked about this and I have to mention it because I do pride ourselves that we mentioned things other people just don't matter of fact, I don't read the comments but my son sent me a couple that so many times I see him more of you send me him. I don't have room for yours because you just sent all 42,000. But. God bless you. You look at everything. And I appreciate it. But my son did say that in a fight with conlin an island, I think it was last week where we would only place to mention that there were two knockdowns by the ref counted by the refine in Ireland that were knocked out. There were slips that it was either very bad raphe nor was homo ism. You know, protecting all guy in the house fighter. I saw something that bothered me the other night again along those lines. It's one thing for the commentators to show. But it's another thing when a referee

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:54 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Like I said, he time them coming in. I made him note in the second round and dropped him. Then he caught him going out with a jab in the right hand, and I believe it was the third round. So I added two rounds to one. For Cruz. Going into the fourth. And then as you said, Ken. But again, it wasn't just a kick. That's the obvious. But he understood that he could catch him going out. And this time Vera cordon going out with a kick instead of a punch. And obviously put an end to it. And did something we kind of, we didn't want to be reminded of this Ken, pretty graphic. You know, I hope you guys ate already, but reminded us of what we touched on last week when we showed broken noses. We had people, we had a show of you didn't see it, go watch. We had to show our broken noses. This large displaced noses. Pretty bad. Where the nose at the end of the fight is not where it was at the beginning of a fight. It's in a different locale. And that seemed to happen to cruise, where I don't know if it was verified, but it looked like that kick, again, dislodged his dislocated his nose, moved his nose from one side of his face to the other side of his face, and broke it. It immediately was bleeding, he went down, and looked like a broken nose anyway. Again, I don't know if we got verification yet. But it really did look like what we talked about last week, Ken, with those noses being moved around the face a little bit. When they're not supposed to be moved around the face. So at the end of the day. Like I said, I just thought that if I could critiquing of Vera, not critical, but constructively critical in any way, I would say that early in the fight when he was losing those rounds, I thought that he should have used the jab to the chest of crews just to control stable. He wasn't really jabbing. Just to control and stabilize him on the outside. But at the end of the day, I was very, very, very impressed with the steadiness and patience of Vera, the accuracy of his punches, and of course that kick. I was, I was just, I'm a fan. I'm a fan. I think this guy is a dangerous saw I think he's a dangerous fight for anybody. Yep, I agree. And with that, we've got the, we've got a big fight coming up this week and Kamaru Usman in action taking on Leon Edwards, what do you looking for in this one? I know that this is going to be a, this is a good fight. A lot of anticipation around this one. Yeah. A 100%. First of all, I like both these guys the way they conduct themselves in and out of the ring. Not just with their talent, but just that they get down to business. And they behave like champions outside of where they perform like champions. We've had Edwards on I add so I really have I like them a lot. He was a real gentleman, smart guy. And he's in the same position as our friend does emporia. Now that's going to get the attention of some people that are going to say, what do you mean, Ted? This is a rematch. Where he fought usman, I think it was 7 years ago. I think it was 2015. He lost a three round decision. And Edwards wasn't the same guy, obviously. Physically or mentally, or maturity. He has matured physically and mentally since then. Edwards has. He's a proof. Now here's the problem. Usman has improved too. He hasn't stayed status quo. He's gotten better. So that's what's interesting here. But much like does em Poirier a friend who comes on the show a lot who what a full McGregor, the first time he was in the guy he became the second time. You know, he was much younger, not as mature, not as good, quite frankly. And 6 years later, he gets to rematch revie similar to this. And he, I even said it before the fight, he said, you people out there think it's going to be the same year wrong. This is a different man. Forget about different fighter. That's the key word. This is a different man. And he's grown up. And does some show that in a rematch when, of course, he knocked out McGregor. I think that you have similarities in his fight. Now, this is no knock. I already said how much I admire. Edwards, but I think in some ways, just for the lack of a better way to get to the point quick. He's a poor man's version of usman at a no knock. How can you knock because Osman's very special? I think Edwards is a special. He's just not quite as physical quite as good in those areas. From a physical standpoint. I think he's very similar. I think it's a mirror fight. I think it's like shadow boxing. I think these guys are looking at each other in some ways in the mirror. Where

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:36 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Me a little bit of Roy Jones in that as he got older, he still had some of the quickness, but once you're like a step, once you lose a step of quickness and with age, as soon as he gets hit on the chin he was rattled several times from those shots, whereas he was hitting vero with shots that weren't even affecting Vera. And I just think that that comes with the age and looking at looking at Dominick's last record. He's got the loss to Cheeto Vera he's coming off two wins in a row prior to that. He had two losses for titles against Cody Garbrandt and Henry cejudo knock out against cejudo decision against guy brand, but yeah, it's tough to see these older fighters when they get to that level and he's now at that these are the fights he needs to win if he wants to be in that title contention. I thought the fight was really entertaining. I thought Dominick Cruz was good in moments, but Cheeto Vera just seemed to have control of the fight from my perspective and to seem like just a matter of time and eventually he caught him with that unbelievable kick to the face. He got Cruz to dip to his right Vera's left and right when he did he kind of walked right into that set he Vera set that kick up beautifully. What did you think? Listen, to your point, you know, obviously Ken, old cause, you know, they don't drive as well when they put a lot of miles on the old domino. Does kinks noises come out of the engine now? Well, and therefore, you know, you might have to change the oil more often. You can't go on a long trip the way you used to be able. I mean, that's part of the deal if it's the deal with all cause. It's definitely the deal with all the bodies. No different. You know, you get sharp one. Miles get on that old domino. United united resilient. Yeah, you know, whether you want cold more chiny, whatever you want to call it, when those miles pile up, it leads to damage. It leads to something. And quite often, that's what it leads to. Having said that, cruise of former champion, like you said, fear is the only guy to beat who I think is probably the future superstar O'Malley, although O'Malley did injure his leg in that fight, but I could see how he could beat talented people the way he does because Cruz cruises his patience has deliberateness has, wow, his technique, his technique is tremendous. But his mentality. He's so controlled. He's so freaking disciplined. He does a waste nothing like I often use to say I need his pen. And I say here, your grandmother would have loved him at dinner table because, you know, you didn't have to throw anything in the garbage. He didn't he didn't waste nothing. He don't waste a thing. He don't throw unless he's in position. You know, like the great Japanese champion in a way. You know, unless he's in position, he ain't thrown a punch. And he's always balanced. He's always in position. And cruises style was not an easy style, even at the late age, where he is. And in one of the first two rounds, second round was closer, but one of the first two rounds, because that style of moving, stopping, punching in out, you know, one minute he's moving next Monday and he is charging at your blitzing you like a Pacquiao used to get away with with his speed. He's quick crews. That style is hard. And in one of the first two rounds, but then cruise got figured out by Vera. And Vera did figure them out. And a way to figure them out, I tweeted it too. I think I was kind of on a button with these. He sometimes I'm not, but I was kind of on a button with these. Where I tweeted that Vera is not going to out speed them. He's got a timer. And I said, there's an opportunity to time cruise as he comes in. A little reckless, like Pacquiao. He got time to couple times. Marques timed him. And I thought that there was an opportunity at a time of coming in and going out. In other words, cats were going to catch some goal. Catch them going. And he did. First he caught him coming. He caught him very quantum coming in the canon and nailed him. And I believe he dropped him hurt him. I dig he dropped him first and for the first time in a fight. And then in a later round, he caught him going out. He used the jab to set the table and any caught him with the 8, if you will. With the right hand. With the power punch. So he caught him coming in, Vera, and a quarter going out. Just really smart. Cerebral. Again, good timing, good patience. Good control. Didn't panic. Stayed calm, even though he lost the first two rounds.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:22 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"The third round, both guys taking turns pounding each other with the edge to Len were land war, and although nama was incredible, especially and he came on at the end. But it was just an extraordinary exhibition. I thought there were one two to one, but it was an extraordinary exhibition and example cause all of just heart and museums. It was incredible how nama continued to escape. This is something that I want to touch on too. How he continued can to escape all kinds of holds while they want to floor, whether it was a guillotine or whatever they were. You know, I'm not Joe Rogan. I'm not D.C.. You know, I'm not biz Payne to give you the technical exactness of what the whole should be called, but I know fighting. And boy oh boy, the way he escapes some of those holes. He was like an eel. Really? Slipping out of them. And I think that part of they were sweating profusely profusely, I think that part of the way they were sweating because as you said, they emptied their tanks. The way they were sweating, that he was so unama was so wet and slippery. That it really helped them. It helped them slip out of some of those holes. I mean, obviously it was his ability to escape and to stay calm in an uncommon vitamin and to think when most people wouldn't think and to not give up, but I think being sweaty helped help them escape in some of those some of those times. Look, Ken, in the end, and all the people out there listening. In the end it was their will that took them to places that others just won't go sometimes. And I've said on this program before and I've said on ESPN I've said throughout my life in boxing, these are special people. They find light in dark places. And again, they teach us that, yeah, there are other rooms that are in our House. You know, I call the body the spirit, the mind of us, our physical capsule, I call it a house sometimes. I refer to it as a house. And just like if you had a mansion and like you two can and sometimes you don't get you have a golf cart to drive around. Not everyone has a golf cart and sometimes you don't get what I always say about these guys and my analogy is that they open the door to Rome said sometimes we don't open. That sometimes in our life we just don't open. We don't know we can open them. We forget there's a room there. And that's what makes them so special, I believe, is that they opened those rooms, and they go in. And they teach us. They teach us that there's always a room. That hasn't been opened. If you are willing to go find it. And to go in it, if the fighting wasn't enough can, I just made a note to myself, land were you always want that X Factor, you want to be an entertainer. We talked about it earlier, right? You know, to make that extra money. First, it starts with the fight. You got to be able to fight. And also I want to say, once again, the matchmaking was tremendous. Tremendous, tremendous. I've said it before I say it again. Dana, I'm not being frivolous with your money. You're very generous, but give one of those $50,000 bonuses to your matchmaker, that you give out to the fights of the night, which I want to see you keep giving out. But he deserves one too. But while there were exhausted Ken, as you said, and that last round, I think it was the last round. Talking about the entertainment part of it that led were started of a novel was on the floor. He let him, he walked away from him. And then he gestured to the crowd, you know? He gestured to the crowd with his arms and it was like a scene out of the movie where Russell Crowe and the Gladiator. When he lets his guy live, you know, he lets the guy live and then he goes around to the crowd and he judges, have you not been entertained? You know, patty the patty did that too. But have you not been entertained? Are you not entertained? And he threw that in there. And he deserved the right to throw that in there. To go to that place. Because of both of their performances, both of their heart, both of their wills as I just said. So he obviously wants to, he knows the moment to get attention and he made the most of it. And I applaud both guys and I'll finish with this. When they were both as you touched on Baltic so I was both were exhausted, but onama first obviously they just kept finding energy as they needed to and we all talk about now, you know, the cost of gas, right? And all that's, you know, at the pump and everything else, so I had to make an analogy here where when I watched it, I said to myself, both these guys find gas stations in the desert. When there's nothing around and they truly, I know we use this as a as a cliche. When we say you got it big, you got a big. You got a big deep. These guys dug deep. Really deep, a different, deep enough to find oil. Or gas. For their tanks. And they did, if you dig, deep enough, people out there in whatever you do, you can strike oil. In your own way. So that's my story for that fight. It was tremendous. And the main event was good, but that was, boy, what an opening act. You know, before the main event. Wow, I mean, yep, and with that main event, Cheeto Vera stops Dominick Cruz, Dominick Cruz, having a rough go of it lately. I feel like, and I liked him in a cruise a lot. Teddy, but I feel like he's getting very chinny.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:54 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Those travel packs are unbelievable, super convenient. With that teddy, let's talk UFC. Great show last Saturday this past year. How old do we say I would you have seen how often do we say that every week because they put us in like ten to 15 fights and you can always find something for everyone. The consistency box is my life, okay guys, that's why I'm here because a boxing, but all I'm saying is to consistency factor has to really, you can, if you're gonna be honest, you can't argue it. And so on the side of you have seen consistently weak to weak, they get some that aren't great. Not too many. But once in a while, but for the most part, wow, the consistency consistency factor for the product of competitive fights is on his side of UFC over boxing. It is. You know, it is. Boxing it for your bone. Don't get me wrong. You know, you get a real special one. And if the big names that we're looking forward to golovkin and Canelo, which we just interviewed, Canelo's trainer Jonathan banks, by the way, another week or so I'm not sure when rob's gonna put it up, but not too long. You're gonna see the interview with Jonathan banks. I would really, really, really recommend you listen to it. It's tremendous. Banks tells, well, he's just an honest guy. Tremendous trainer. He was a tremendous fighter. He comes from, you know, he was, he was taught by the legendary Emmanuel Stuart, so he comes from that cloth. And he talks and he talks honestly. He talks honestly about things that not all trainers would devolve. How candid he was. He gave a lot of good insight and color as to what they're thinking. And yeah, like you said, teddy, you don't want to miss this, especially if you're going to plan on watching that fight and visiting my bookie. But with that, teddy, co main, Saturday night, instant classic. Oh my God, what a what a battle. If you like fighting, you will love this fight. It was Nate Linda from Tennessee hometown boy. And against David onama and my God, the action was back and forth, my whole family was engaged in this fight. Everyone was screaming and yelling at one minute. It looked like oh nama's gonna stop him. Then here comes Nate back and forth throwing bonds was so entertaining. In the end, Nate gets the win, Nate lewander gets the win gets the majority decision and he was magic on the mic. It just so funny and entertaining on the microphone. It was just like I said, instant classic. How'd you like that one? How are we put out? I have land war. What is a land? Land war. Landlord. Listen, to your point. I was in my office which I'm in right now doing some work for this show. I do work. I work. I put work in for this show, you guys. And that's why we ask you to please show you love, appreciation, if you have it. By subscribing. And we appreciate all of you. We'll add 268,000 subscribers over 50 million views, but we want more. We want more. We know there's more out there. So if you want us to keep doing this, do your thing. Subscribe, pass the word. And I was in my office getting ready. I didn't know the fight had started yet. And all of a sudden I hear screaming from the Livermore that my son, my son's home from Vegas for a week, and I hear him screaming, oh, wow. Wow. Wow, wow. And I'm like, oh man, I've got to get in there. And I got in there. And wow. Wow. That was you said, land were, he was a huge underdog. And pulled off the upset. Just I tweeted, I tweeted, I'm going to read one of my tweets. I know rob's going to put some up. But it kind of tells you everything. I just watched gadi ward Ali Frazier Castile corrals all wrapped in one and in three rounds. I mean, that's what it was. That was my initial way of describing it. What a back and forth fight. First round on nama pounds land where then before the round ends, land war comes back and at one point teddy in the first round. It looked like land war was unconscious. He got smashed and went down. I was like, oh, he's out. And then he somehow held on. Almost like when you hear some fighters say I got knocked back into consciousness. I think that happens in the UFC. The guy looks like he's out for a minute, then he gets punched in the face again, and it wakes him up. And he's like, oh, I'm back in it. Almost like when incredible. Fury got dropped in that first fight in the 12th round by wilder with the right hand and he laid there like you've been shot. And then all of a sudden at the last second, like at the count of 9, he gets up. So second round can just say to us, I said, just really, odama was just pounding them. Until the end of the round. And then in the second round, landlord continues where he left off. And he even said fight in one one by just, again, doing to another with a number had been doing to him. And also look like on namas gas tank went from full and full speed ahead to dead empty. It looked like he couldn't even keep his hands. Well, he poured it. He put a lot out in that first round. And sometimes, you know, sometimes you can, you know, you want to get that Sega wind and they all train for it. And the great ones get it. They get it. But. You could argue he punched himself out a little bit, but in the second round, as I said, it's one not to go into the second. And then he hit so nama with everything, including the kitchen sink. And just watching, watching and hot by both and the hard in the will, again, Ken, I talk about this a lot with UFC. And what box you want appropriate? All these warriors, these Titans. But again, it was on display. By these guys.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:33 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Do it. If Benny Lennon could make it an overcome. You can do it. Same thing as the great great Joe Louis. And a family's back in the 40s when blacks unfortunately was still being prejudice against abuse and thank God we've changed that. That guy we've grown as a country in a way that we have. But I wish the rest of the world will grow that way because there's too many places in the rest of the world that still have such practices horrible practices of inhumanity. But when Joe Lewis was around, and he became heavyweight champ of the world. And it was the biggest sport in the country, bigger the baseball. There were African American homes, black homes that would say, hey, if Joe Louis could do it, if he can make it, we can make it. Wow. Wow, wow, wow, that's power. That's making a title stand for really something. And I believe that that could be the same situation here. With all that, with everything going on, that the hope of the people could still be attached to us in a ring. That if we can come back, if he can do it, he represents us. He represents our fighting spirit, our soul, our desire to come back, our desire to be great again. He represents us. He's us. He's in a ring fighting force. And that's powerful. That's more powerful than anything as I just described. And if that's the case, judge rules got even a bigger problem than he had the first time. At the end of the day, there's a choice for it. He fought the first time beautifully, strategic. Where it was a controlled disciplined fight, even a cautious fight. Where he did everything really, really well. And he outboxed him. He frustrated. He made a medicine counted him. He took away his right hand for the most part. Did everything he moved the right direction, derivative, by the way, a little tip to you there, mister Joshua complained about fighting southpaws. It's called preparation. Prepare for the southpaw, okay? Please, you great English fans out there that I love send them, send them, send them a some kind of message. You know, you guys love them. Send them a text. If you can and say, hey, against the self port might make sense for you to step outside his lead foot and move to your left a little bit more. You know, and continue to move away from the left hand, his power punch and get better position use your jab by stepping outside his lead foot. But as far as those that goes, ooze a choice here, he prepared he knows how to beat this guy, beat him, as I said, in a very workman like way. He's got a choice now. He heard him several times in that fight. He could step it up a little if he wants. Now I know there's more risk to that. I get it. Why mess with success? I get it. Why fix it if it ain't broke? I get it. But I also get that he's more confident now having beaten them one time. And then he learned a lot from that. And had maybe maybe maybe him and his trainer. Now say, hey, you know what? We could we heard them early, third round, whatever. We heard them late. Badly in the 12th round. Maybe we pick up where we left off. Don't get kale is talking crazy. But step it up a little bit if we can. And if we do, maybe gets Joshua out of there. Maybe. Or maybe casual led to the right hand. That's what makes the fight intriguing. That's what makes boxing great. That's what makes a good fight that you can make an argument, both ways. Again, at the end of the day for you, people out there is kind of said, but only bet responsibly. If you bet at all, I'm liking, I'm liking miss tools again. And the line teddy is minus two 15 on us plus one 50 on AJ, teddy likes lay in the wood with us over under ten and a half teddy minus one 55 on the over plus money on the under ten and a half rounds. What are you taking? I'm going under. Yeah, yeah. I'm with you. I'm going on DOM. I know what my eyes told me. He heard him into 12th. I know that the photos knows he hurt him. He's more confident than ever. Maybe more determined even though he's a determined son of a gun anyway, that Ava because of what's going on in the Ukraine with his people over there. I'm saying that, I don't know if he picks up exactly where he left off, and it's a 13th round so to speak like we used to say in boxing, but I think that when he heard some again with that left hand, which it sounds from the tweet of Joshua has learned a lot. I don't know. I don't know. He's thinking about it. Oh, he's thinking about it. But it also tells me something more important. 75% of this is this game is mental. It tells me it's not the best mental place to be talking about those things. Almost make an excuses. Just before the fight, you know, very, I mean, less than a week before the fight can. That's not what you want to hear your fight is saying. It's really not. It's really not, because you want them in a confident and mentally in a good place. Anyway, it sounds like he's not in the greatest place, but I go on the for the reasons that I like it. I said, taking the over and boxing is like taking the under in a football game. I just can't bring myself to do it even when the odds suggest that maybe you should. I like rooting for points. I like rooting for stoppages and fights. So there you have it. Checking out my bookie dot AG, use the promo code Atlas and teddy before we talk UFC. Just

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:09 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Factors here. I think it's the most complete fighter. He's the more complete fighter of the two. And. He's much more dimensional. He could do so many more things. I even think he's got a better chin. I know people are going to say he's a smaller guy, teddy if he gets hit one of those right hands from, I know. I get you. But I think he's got so far as you show me the better chin. He hasn't learned how to lose yet. Where Joshua has learned how to lose. And more importantly, maybe. For me, coming from my perspective as a trainer, more important than that he learned how to lose. He's accepted losing. And again, I've been done his role before with the people out there. I appreciate that Josh was a gentleman. And that he didn't behave the way wanted did empty lost, you know, and such as unsportsmanlike way, empty loss, you know, the first fight he lost against fury. That he didn't behave that way. I appreciate that. But I also appreciate that there's something to be said about a sore loser. That it shows how important it is to them. And that I just think, again, I know that he's a gentleman. We appreciate that. But he accepts losing too easily in a Ruiz fight also in a fight against us. He just accepts it. He acts like a guy in my business that I look that made too much money. That it doesn't matter as much as it once mattered. You know, he didn't act that way when he got dropped in a fight against Klitschko. You know, an old club's called 40 years old, but could still punch like hell with the right hand, and he got dropped and not fight. And he got up. I have a theory. He hadn't made a lot of, he had made all the money quite that he's made, and he hasn't made all the accomplishments that he's accomplished. He's had he's achieved at that point. And also, you know, he just, again, it's still at that point and still meant everything in the world. I'm not saying it don't mean a lot to him now. But I think it meant enough to get his backside off the floor against Klitschko, but it didn't seem that way against Louise. And it just seems now that that fire that resilience that I saw against Klitschko, I just don't see it anymore. Now listen, I still see a statue of sky that looks the part with the muscles and everything is in shape. And you know, you can punch with the right hand. What did I say a little walk called the judge Taylor was overrated? I know a lot of the people across the pond. And listen, you know, you know I love you, right? And I appreciate you guys. I do. And I appreciate that you took that God brought down in a pub out there that had my picture on it. And you actually sent it to me and you added signed by all the great, great English fighters. So I appreciate that. And I appreciate you guys. And I love crumpets. But I gotta say, I know you might be a little offset again with me. But judge tell is overrated. I think Joshua was always overrated. I really do. I don't think he deserved to win the gold medal. In the Olympics. And again, I'm going to places that probably most people wouldn't go. But I believe in these places. I believe I'm telling the people the truth to what they need to hear. I called those fights in the Olympics. For NBC, I called Joshua's fight against the Italian guy when he got the gold medal. He didn't win that fight. It was in London, by the way, the Olympics. There was no way, just like Canelo, there's no way Canelo and boxing ain't going to get a decision because he's the golden goose. There was no way judge wasn't getting a gold medal winning that fight in London. There's no way. I didn't think he wanted. But again, good right hand puncher statuesque guy, nice guy, right? Definitely good ambassador for the sport. I don't think that, again, I think he was overrated from the beginning. I think it's shown. I think he's being exposed a little bit both in when the Ruiz fight exposed him, obviously the uzak fight exposed him for not being quite what some of his fans believe he is or want him to be. That happens. That happens. That's my opinion. And another X Factor is the right hand. Could it still land before the night's over and he pull it out? Yeah, yeah, it could. He punched pretty cool with it. Yeah. But that is sight, I see you sick. He's madly tougher. He's got the better chain. He said. He can do more things. He's more elusive. He's technically I said it already, but he's technically better. He's hungrier. I said that at different words, I think another X Factor is that the one Ukraine, it could go two ways. Awful awful situation, who succeeds as country being destroyed as countrymen being killed. And that terrible war will Russia invasion, unprovoked invasion with Russia, he could look at it where it could help Joshua, people say teddy, what do you mean? Where he could look at things now in a, in a way that, you know what? When I see this and the death and destruction of my country and my people, it puts things in a different perspective. Box is not as important. As life. And it could change him a little bit. Or it could make him even more stealed, even more forged, even more determined. When puts him in a position where he is now carrying the hope of the Ukrainian people, much like Betty Leonard, I'm reaching out for you historians right now. Benny Leonard the great Jewish fighter in the 30s, one of the greatest lightweights of all time. When he was fighting and Jewish people were being persecuted and they would at home the father would say in a Jewish household would say, hey, hey, if Benny Lennon could do it.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:08 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"But if you are going to bet, please consider using my bookie and use the promo code Atlas when you make your first deposit. But with that, teddy, before I turn it over to you to give what to tell the fans what we should look for in that fight in the rematch. I want to read to you a tweet this morning, a comment from Anthony Joshua I assume at one of the press conferences, someone tweeted it out. Michael Benson tweeted it out. And I just want to read the quote to you because to me it was, I don't know, kind of out there for a comment for Anthony Joshua. He says, regarding us, I need adjustments to deal with the southpaw because to me these lefties are a nightmare. I swear if usyk was a lefty, I would have smoked them a 100%. Well, what's that expression about if my aunt had bollocks? She'd be my uncle. Like, he's a lefty. You know, half the fighters or some percentage of the fighters are going to be lefty. So if lefties are a nightmare for you, number one, I make adjustments, but number two, I certainly wouldn't advertise that that's how you feel. But again, maybe I'm crazy, but like you say, and say all the time, boxing is 75% mental. If I'm a southpaw and I know that that guy has a nightmare and dreads fight and lefties, I'm gonna emphasize that advantage and probably just throw straight left down the middle all day until he shows he can not defend it because there must be a reason he's not like it and he must be getting hit with those left down the middle or they certainly make him uncomfortable enough to say that. I just found that to be very revealing and a little bit too honest if I'm being honest. What did you think of the comment and then let's segue into the breakdown of the fight? Oh did he miss the memo that it was sad for a long time? And there's been evidence of it. There's been sightings. Ken has been exciting. Ken has been citing the sightings of Bigfoot and the abdominal snowman and a Loch Ness monster. There's been sightings out there that misuse a gold medal in Olympics, a unified Cruiserweight champion on defeated and now heavyweight champ that he's a South Pole. That he should have got that memo. If he wasn't a southpaw, Joshua gets him out of there every time. 7 days a week. So maybe he comes out fighting orthodox just for the heck of it. Level the playing field. Maybe he'd do that. No, no. But then how come, how come he got Charles Martin out of there? Last I checked, the guy that he won the title against a guy named Charles Martin. He says South Pole. Ken, don't tell anyone. Ken, keep this as a secret. He's his South Pole. And Joshua dispatched him very easily to win the title. So I don't know. I'm a little confused. I'm so crackers. I love Anthony Joshua. I just thought it was a silly comment to make. Like, you know, if he was, if he was assaulted, if he was orthodox, she'd beat him every day. Well, I mean, I guess if he weighed a 185 pounds, you could beat him every. Like, there's a lot of things. If I were ten times better as a boxer, maybe I could win a world title. I would have liked. That's not what we're talking about. I wasn't the worst thing in the world. It gave us some material. To talk about. And I would just, again, I would reiterate. Charles Martin was the South Pole. Now look, Charles Martin was a better example, a better fighter, a better buy. I get, yeah, yeah, that maybe that's the problem. Maybe that was a better fighter than you that is, it's not the South Pole just because like I said, Martin was the top but Martin was in that good a fighter. Not near this level. Us really a good fighter, solid fighter, mentally physically technically. And he's a winner. So anyway, I regress, but digress, digress, digress, sometimes I'm gonna regret in a little while. I'm gonna regret solving to my to my other quarters over here. This is literally the highlight of my week. Can I tell you how much I love doing this? I love bantering about fighting. The fact that people are interested in hearing us go back and forth and talking about this, it's almost too good to be true. If you're out there listening and you have something you love if you can figure out a way to do it and people want to listen, it's a dream come true to be able to do this. So if you're thinking about doing something, I could tell you one thing. If you don't try, you definitely won't succeed. You have to take the first shot anyway, go ahead, teddy. I digress. And the last part I'll leave about that tweet that he put out there, you know, that we're talking about right now. I would also say that maybe the street's going to be common, maybe somebody deleted this one, thought that was better not to put it up, but I heard from good sources that he had a tweet ready to go, and he took it, he didn't get it up there, as I said, somebody advised that he shouldn't put this up. That Joshua was going to say probably of Ruiz was, in fact, he would have beat him. Well, that wouldn't be true because he came in fat as the day is long in the rematch. No, no, no, I'm saying if Ruiz was in fact Louise wouldn't have beat him. Oh yeah. That's fine. That he had problems. The tweet. See, I got to read the tweet. And somebody somebody leaked it to me. The three said that the tweet from dashboard that never got up, okay? Guys, probably my problem with Ruiz and my first laws and losing the title wasn't because Ruiz was better than me almost more determined than me or any of those things or because he hit me with those clean punches. It was because he was fat. And I would have smoked him. Except that the fat got in the way and caused all kinds of problems. All right, now people forget that. We always think a lot of people forget that AJ had Ruiz hurt in that fight he dropped them. I mean, at times he looked like he was going to blast them right into the frigging. But like they say in the movie, the gambler. You know, when a guy went to bed and he was ahead at halftime or at a court of the book the next day and said, how much did I win? And the guy said, your mind is 70 G's. And he said, what? And he said I was winning an ad time. Hey, buddy, we don't pay off at halftime. Maybe you haven't heard. We don't pay a same thing. The title fight's not one round, not two rounds, not three rounds, it's 12 rounds. You got to do it. So anyway, we bring you everything out there. I hope you people appreciate it. We've bring you stuff that you can't get anywhere else that we found this email from Joshua to put it out there about the Ruiz thing. Getting back to the fight. Joshua usic two. Listen, I like, I like who's again. In this fight. I just feel

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:05 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Seeing, and one of the things Sam of man here, give me those things over there real quick. Because I can't help it. I want to put an emphasis on exclamation point on this thing. Just real quick. This is for the ESPN guys. Are you trying to get back on the ESPN broadcast with this? You'll fit right in. Yeah, yeah. Maybe this is what I've been mentioning. Why I've been removed from my seat. Guys, I've bought in. Guys, I'm a believer now. I'm with you guys. All right, guys. Okay. All right. I gotta say that the icing on the cake for that performance was teal's dad jumping in front of the camera at the end of the fight. Again, like he just unified like several divisions. It was just. Icing on the cake, it's like a pro. I mean, it's just perfect because it fits right in with what he is, what the father is and what he's been and he doesn't hide it. It's just part of that part of that is like you beat the guy you're supposed to be. It's not a secret. It's not like I'm not trying to insult campa, but he was there to get beat. He was there to get knocked out. And when you do it, I'd prefer he just like, you know, hand the ball back to the ref. Like I paid to do this and that's what I did. I'm not surprised that neither should you be. And dad, don't jump around. We were supposed to do this, chill. We'll jump around when we unify all the titles again. Alone the same lines can. The same mentality as maybe the greatest running back of all time. Jim Brown, you know, with the Cleveland Browns. You know, when he used to score touchdowns, one after another, people once asked him, I don't know if it was a writer or broadcast that put somebody has some, or maybe just a fan, but it was well documented. They said, hey Jim, how come you don't do that? You don't throw the ball down when you get an end zone, you don't do any of those theatrics. And he said, because I've been there, and I expect to get there again. I've been there before many times, and I'm expecting it to continue to get there. So it's not like something I have to celebrate in that kind of way. Every time I do, some might expect to do. So along the lines of that, the great John Brown and the lines of what you just said, I couldn't agree more. But that's not the way it is today. Today it's about theatrics and all that stuff. And it's not enough just to be good. At whatever it is that you do. But anyway, yep. Let's stay with boxing and talk about Anthony Joshua and the rematch against Alexander usyk, guys. Please look on Thursday. We have a fight plan coming out Thursday on our YouTube channel. Please subscribe if you're watching on YouTube and you haven't subscribed. Please subscribe. You'll receive the notification when the episode goes live. I think it's probably 5 p.m. eastern on Thursday if I'm not mistaken. But if you subscribe to the channel, you'll get those notifications. This was an excellent episode. Teddy and I in the ring down at the Trinity box and club, the great Martin snow offering commentary in the background, always super gracious and hosting us there. I mean, Peter quinlan was there, John duddy, like legends in their training while of recording this. So it really has for the hardcore boxing fans are going to love this. The casuals will love it as well. There's some good info and good information regarding what to look for in that fight. Especially if you plan on place in a wager and if your fans of the show, I'm hoping you do it with my bookie. Please check them out at my bookie dot AG. If you use the promo code Atlas, they'll give you a 50% credit on your first deposit. So if you put in 2000 or 200, they'll give you a hundred or a thousand respectively whatever your appetite is for betting obviously don't bet on with money that you can't afford to lose.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

08:24 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"And he brought it up that it's been too long, it's been taboo that men can't talk about depression and those kind of sensitive issues. And we got to get rid of that notion. If you have a problem talk, come out and talk. You know, so you can get the help you need. And to that point, then there's it's out there in boxing, it's out there in the world. And everything. Boxes are not oblivious to it. They're not, you know, they're not protected from it because they're tough and they're boxes and you know, it's the alpha male. No, anyone. Anyone can be touched by this. The president, you know, mental illness. So it's important that it is talked about. And like we said about Brown at the top of the show, it's important that it's dealt with. Before it gets to a worse place to a bad play. So I don't know exactly what extent what level to your femo is dealing with if there is mental health or any of those things, but we know that this turmoil in his life. And we also know this issue. And we also know that ESPN, I mean, I thought they overdid it. They act, I mean, they, I think they tried too hard. As you said, to make it like it was coming back of Muhammad Ali. I mean, what does this guy do? He hasn't really done that much in his career yet. He beat a great fighter in Loma Chang on no doubt about it. But other than that, he lost in his first title. But as a human being, as a human being, we want to see him okay. And they went so far the network and the commentators, to make this to blow it up to, as I said, I think they tried too hard. And I started to think, wait a minute, did this guy go to the mountains of Tibet Ken? You know, for like a retreat for like the last couple years and he just coming back and he just shaved his beard like in a dressing room before he got into the ring. To cleanse himself of, I mean, they kept saying the one commentator. He likes to talk a bit, but I like to talk to him. He kept saying, he's never been freer. He's never been freer. I mean, I was waiting for him to sprout wings and just fly through that tent that you so magnificently described to all of you out there. He wouldn't have had to fly too high. I think the ceiling was about 15 feet off the ring. Well, his wings would have got clipped. But I'm just saying that boy oh boy could you just could you just drum it down a little bit? Could you control yourselves a little bit? About gold. It was all they could. I'm sure it was all they could do not to charge 50 bucks for pay per view. Yeah, I mean, I don't mind, I guess they had to build something up because they knew they had the opponent that at the end of the day he was going to knock out. But so it was going to be anti climatic, but that's what they had to make subtle climatic. They had to have some drama, something to get excited about. But I just thought they did the damn thing. When it came to that. At the end of the day, you know, he called out judge Taylor. I always thought judge Taylor was overrated. So I'm not saying he can't beat Josh teller. I'm just saying he better improve as you said to defensively in those areas that we just talked about. Suppose you get an evil right hand. Also, you know, he's moving up as riot Garcia. He's leaving a lightweight division behind. And he's going up to junior welterweight. Super lightweight Woods have a way you want to call it. And he's doing that. I think he's leaving some of the really tough fights obviously at junior Walter. I think there's a lot of tough fights. I'd lightweight. But if that's physically better form so be it, as I said, he's taking the same routers as Raya Garcia moving up. I would rather, before we talk about Josh Taylor, I know it's easier to make that fight because he's also signed with top right. But before we go there, I'd rather see him against Ryan García. And you know what? Oscar, you had Oscar front and center there allegedly. And I'm going to tell you something. I'm going to tell the people something to bite down on. And to argue, or agree with me, whatever they want, I don't care. But I'm going to tell you, I just care that I believe it, that I think right now, I think I'll say a beats. And I'm saying there's still questions out there about Garcia, there's no doubt about it. As far as being fully tested, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But right now with the style to fight us, I think that Godzilla being with his long wage as parking ability. He could stay on the outside at range, kind of Simba to what to Theo female did against lomachenko control the outside and don't let Loma really get close. To do is kind of punch in and his thing that he does. I think there's similar that could happen if he fought Garcia right now that God see it could keep him at bay on the outside with his jab and his length and his legs and pot shot him with right hands all night long. I really do. That's how I see that people out there. Go ahead, give us your comments. Can only want to read some anyway. If Asuka is going to make that fight or if he's even entertaining it, I would think that the performance on Saturday would strengthen his belief in the fact that Garcia might be able to get it done. Yeah, I agree. I mean, you could say a lot of things about De La Hoya. You know, and we got to say something positive. But no, but I'm not going to go there. But you can also say he's a former tremendous fighter. Several division world champion, Olympic gold medalist, he knows something about fighting. Obviously, he knows something about styles, obviously. So yeah, I agree with him. He's got to feel confident and I'm sure he's conveying that to his guy. Garcia, you know, so I think that's how I saw that fight. I guarantee you that fight won't be in a tent. No, I mean, Garcia could fight he could fight a broom handle and sell out the one of the arenas in LA, I think. Sold out the Honda civic center. I mean, he's headlined some big shows. Yeah, that fight would be big. It would be, it would be a fight. I'd be, you know, I'd be curious to see there's a lot of them. There's a lot of them that take place that come before that for me. Ken, to be quite Frank. But I would love to see tank Davis and lomachenko. They're bolt head lightweight right now. I would love. I would love. I really would. I really, because first of all, thanks more than just a puncher. He's a complete fighter. But I would love to see power versus guile and technique. And again, I'm not taking anything away from thank Davis. He's got plenty of technique too. But Powell, pure power that can get you out of there with one shot. I would love to see it against a magician, a guy that disarms you, a guy that makes your power disappear. In lowman chanco. And a guy who pushes the envelope. He makes, he makes your power disappear while president you, while being aggressive, man, there's a bunch of those fights, I would really, really

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:38 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Wasn't that Sugar Ray Leonard? Wasn't that Sugar Ray Leonard? He just knocked out instead of a guy named campus. Instead of a guy named Campbell, who had been knocked out for his only laws by a guy 11 8 and one. That was Sugar Ray Leonard taught me her and I think. I mean, Campo was served up, let's face it as a sacrificial lamb, a get back fight. Everyone expected him to get him on. I think the over under was four and a half rounds with the under being heavily favored if I'm not mistaken. But the point is, look, I don't have a problem with Tia fema, Lopez. I think the dad jumped in front of the camera when he won as a whole nother conversation, but the way that they were hyping them up on ESPN and I get they got to hype their fighter, but be responsible. This isn't the second coming of Muhammad Ali. He's coming off of a loss. He didn't look that great against Campo when he had him hurt in the end he started showboating and dancing around. I thought it was a bit over the top personally. And he gets him out of there in the 7th, which is what everyone expected. It was what he was supposed to do, but I'll tell you one thing. If he gets in with some of the guys he named after the fight pro grade, Josh Taylor and he doesn't fix getting hit with that right hand of campa, like he's not going to last very long against these top guys. I don't know, but again, this is my untrained eye. I'm dying to hear what you think about the performance. I listen, I tweeted that, daddy, but a freaking tight knocked that defense for right hands because otherwise you better forget about it. You just set those big names. Then learn anything again bosses. He got dropped with a freaking ride. He ate right hands all night long and losing it. And teddy to that to that point. I talked to pro grey yesterday via text, and he said, if he's that easy to hit for camp, I promise you, I'm going to stop him. So, look, I mean, everyone thinks that they're the best right in that weight division, but you have to think that. You have to have that. Of course. And listen progress is just not another guy. He's a top guy is a former world champ, and I think he's going to be a world champion again. But listen all I know is that if I could predict an offshore last week that he was going to be for you to say that you actually did predict that he was going to stop him with a right hand somewhere around 7, 8, 9 rounds, that's exactly what you said and he gets him in the 7th with a right hand. So I wanted to mention that, yeah, I didn't forget that basically predicted exactly what was going to happen. I should have called my bookie. That's what I should have done instead of just saying it on his program. But teddy, teddy. He was a 35 to one under a favorite. I mean, if you laid 3500 to make a hundred and you saw this thing through 5 rounds, you would be, you would not be having a fun night because at times it didn't look like he was going to be. I would have been having a good night because I would have put the oval. Because I thought that was a four and a half rounds was pretty easy to take. In hindsight, in hindsight. Because that was where you had to lay money on a phone and I have people thought it was only going to go for that. Yeah. Which tells you all you need to know about the Bono was top ranked pick. Look, they picked the right guy. Okay, a guy that's a game guy behaves like a fighter. He's experienced. He gives us all. He's a gutsy guy, but he can't break an egg, which is a good thing that he can't punch. Good thing, because otherwise who knows what would have happened with all the punches, especially right hands, as we already said that he had. That he hit Lopez with. But having said all that, he's at the end of the day, he got, they did what they wanted to do. They delivered a win. Top rank, you know, protected them. Got them. And listen, other fighters, other promoters do the same damn thing. The same thing. So we're not we're not gonna do what they do, what they've done in the history of the sport forever. You bring a guy back and you give them the right guy and again, he had a guy that was a game guy, a guy that was trying, but couldn't hurt him. But a guy that had a terrible habit of dropping his left hand when he slips to his right, which is an area where you leave yourself open, a lane for the right hand. So that's why he said he's going to get an October right in. And he did. He got it also. There was a jab that followed up, but it was really the right hand that did the damage for Lopez against against camp. Somebody, listen, we just finished talking about brona. There's been grown, Ryan García. Tyson Fury, all these guys, and is more have dealt with mental health issues. I think they touched on a little bit with Lopez. You know, he's going through difficult things. I don't know if they identified it as honestly and as clearly as bona has has seen at one point as, but they touched on it. He's gone through marriage, he'll problems. He just got married. Now he's not married anymore. You know, he's been obviously was dealing with his with as far as loss, which is always very difficult. And all of that stuff. By the way, along those lines, teddy, about the marriage. It's unfortunate and it stinks that you have to have these things publicized, but that marriage was a sore spot for the whole family and it's been well documented. Otherwise, I wouldn't bring it up if we knew something proprietary, but they would have in a beef, the family, Lopez family, they weren't fans of the new wife. It puts such a strain on the relationship that it appears the relation is over. And the only reason I know it is because in the one on one interview that ESPN and I mean, they had so much shoulder content to hype this fight. But kriegel asked him, how's it being a single dad? And I don't know that Tia fema was on board with talking about that publicly and you could see his reaction was like, who said I'm a single dad. I'm here to talk about boxing. Like, what are you talking about? But it's just funny that they're hyping them and pumping them, and then they hit them almost like in his mind, you could tell with a low blow. Like, why are you asking me about that, dude? I don't want to talk about my personal life, but unfortunately, it's become part of the story, like I said, 'cause it's been so well publicized about the tension, but it appears that the wife's side of the picture now it's super unfortunate if a Tia fema, he seems like a nice kid, but he doesn't seem to be handling this well. He hasn't looked. He didn't look good against kimbo so he didn't look great last night on Saturday. Well, give credit to cam bolsters. Let's not take credit away from him. A 100%. I wasn't trying to put secret that there's issues. I think that's fair. And as I said, everyone, there's so many people out there in society that are suffering with mental health, that some quietly some too quietly, I thought it was great. What the UFC fighter had brought up attention to it, I think it was to, no, was it who was it recently who brought attention saying that men think that yeah, patty the baddie, rob bob producer just whispered in my ear. Patty the baddie. That committed suicide before his flies fight.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:23 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"And the manager at the time said, wow, I never would have thought that a trainer would make, again, would make that as part of the of the demand to train them of part of what would have to have happened for you to say yes. And I said, listen, for me, yeah, it has to be because I can't do my job unless he's healthy. And it's not healthy, healthy, mentally, spiritually. You know, physically, obviously. But he can't be successful to his healthy. I don't care how many fights he wins. And how hard he punches or whatever, but anyway, they decline the fight. They decline. I kind of thought that that might be the answer. You know, I wasn't shocked, but that's what I'm saying. I'm not just jumping on this issue and grandstanding. You know, and just talking about it. I'm talking about something that I believe in something that I have put my money where my mouth was. And something that I deeply believe in, that we have to, we have a responsibility. The networks, the managers, the promoters, the trainers, everyone, you make money with these guys. You make money with them, then you have all these funds, even when it means getting fired. Yeah, even if it means this can set, that you lose your job. Yeah, you have a responsibility to speak up. Before it's too late, that's all I said my piece. Yeah, and before anyone comes over the top in the comments calling us racist because it's something to do with Adrian's race. Stop. I don't want to hear that. It sounds stupid. I don't care. I don't want to hear that. I don't care if he's purple. I don't give you a polka dots. I don't care if, you know, I don't care. I'm talking about a human being here. Are we that messed up as a society that we're going to go those places? We really that messed up. Are we, come on. I'd still have hope for us. I still have hope for those people. So no, I'm just talking about a human being. I'm talking about the gift of life. It's all I'm talking about, and I'll leave you with this. I'm a doctor's son. And I remember I was 9 years old, ten, whatever. And my father would get home late because he did House calls. He went to the, he went to he stayed in the office to the last person. He took care of people that had no money. That had nothing. And so he would stay there too. As personal left, and he would do House calls before he got home, going to the hospital to visit patients. And on this particular day he got home at midnight, and his 9 year old, well, to say I admired him as not the statement. I didn't know what a hero was. I just, he was my hero without knowing what the Frick a hero was. And I just, you know, this was, this was a special man. And he was I had to I waited up, I wanted to see him. And so I got out of bed and he comes home and he says, what are you doing up? I said, oh, you know, I waited for you. And I said, what are you doing so late? And he said, well, I was in the hospital. I said, what were you doing? He said, I was taking care of somebody. I said, that person must be all better. You know, 9 year old, you know, my father, anybody, he's gonna make better, right? He's my hero. He's the greatest doctor in the world. So he must you must have made him better. You know, something that a 9 year old would say. And he said, my father was just to call him a straight shooter again and understand that he just was right down the middle and the Novi replacement for truth. And even with a kid, you know, I mean, obviously certain things he would not say, but I mean, for the most part, he would lay it out there. And he said, no, he said, he's not going to get better. And I was drawn by that. I was really thrown by that. How could my father who stays out all night late night, not home with me in the rest of my family? I was just thinking about me. And how could he take care of somebody, sacrifice others and the guy's not getting better? Has that possible? And I said, then why did you stay there so late? And this is it. He said, because you don't give up on life. Now go to bed. And that's where I'm coming from people. That said people, all right, let's go. Let's go to some box saying. Yeah, we've got some interesting action to discuss. Let's jump right into it with the big fight this weekend. Tia fema, Lopez, in action. In action against Pedro camp Lopez stops him in the 7th, but just I have a ton of observations about this starting with teals coming off of some big performances. Obviously he beat facility lomachenko at the bubble at the MGM Grand, so it's hard to get a sense on what the crowd would have been like, but, you know, both of those guys together at MGM, I assume they'd sell that place out. Then TO loses to George Campbell's and a sold out theater at MSG, so not a big room. But he has fought on the big movie knocked out Comey. I think on the AJ undercard AJ Ruiz, if I'm not mistaken, but he's been on big stages. Now I couldn't help but notice ESPN has a more top rank has him fighting in a tent in Vegas. I don't know about you today. I just found it startling. This is a marquee name. I'm just glad it didn't rain real hard. I'm just glad that the weather was good and it was like, I have a hurricane because it's hurricane season in surname. They've had massive floodings in Vegas and it's just interesting to look at. That's not the joke about. And in Kentucky, in Vegas and God, I'll press go out to those people that have lost their lives and families and people that have been displaced by that. It's horrible. It's our thoughts and press conference to all those people. Yeah, to say the least. So anyway, I just couldn't help but to notice like my God, to go from those venues to now fighting in a parking lot in Vegas. It says that resort world but I mean, last I checked it was marked as a parking lot in Vegas two weeks ago in a big tent, but I mean, even the tenth I thought it was small, I don't know, maybe I'm just being cynical and then listening to the sub sad because you lost your valet privileges at that place at the park that you wanted a valet your car and you came back and was a freaking tent in a way and you said, where am I going to park my freaking car? Come on, let's be honest. And then on top of that, I mean, my God, I get that ESPN has to hype this fight, but you would think that he was the second coming of Muhammad Ali the way they were talking about him in the comeback and the take back.

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:54 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Them. You got to get to a place and it's hard. But you got to get to a place where you actually can get them to help. They need to help themselves. But that they need to have a chance to get back to a good place. And what I mean by this, and again, I re x-ray things here where the cat scan of these shoals we're going to go deep and we're going to we're going to dive and we're not afraid to do it where some people get their fills hurt or they're being on one side of the tracks and say, oh, you should have said that we don't have far meals. We don't show. We say what we believe with the evidence out there with our own experiences to put it forward. And what I'm saying is that for some years now, thrown his behavior has been not so good. Suspect has best where he's an even physically blown up and wait. He hasn't looked good and fights, you know, he says terrible things on the air. And then, you know, you could see that as you said, you can see something's wrong. And then what happens where most people would be punished for that behavior or at least there would be some accountability for that behavior, right? Right, of course. He gets, he gets rewarded. He gets, I can't tell you how many people have come up to me and say, hey, does anyone have pictures on people over there at the showtime? Every time he screws up and he looks terrible and he does destiny does that and he curses. You don't want to hear it. All that kind of stuff. He gets rewarded with another payday. I think he's a big enough name teddy that he I don't know. But he started he can get beaten by these guys like Manny Pacquiao. They almost like feed him to the Lions. They know he's going to make a mockery of himself, but it's going to bring eyeballs and people will tune in to see him lose. Yeah, I mean, but maybe you don't have to feed into that. You don't have to agree into that monster. Because first of all, you can find other guys who could bring an eyeballs. You don't have to find this guy with all the luggage that we're talking about. But he has the more important point that I that I brought this up for. That it's dangerous for his life because just like a drug addict, you know, you got to cut them off. You got to cut them off and force them to get the help you need. You can't keep enabling them. You can't, this guy needs help and he's shown. I think he's been crying for help. I'll be honest. I bet he's got a bunch of yes men around him. He does. He does. He's going to shit. And he's not going to be part of the you're not going to get a paycheck. So he's got the people around that. He's pandering to you. But you got to have gangster style. All right. I get it. We're not new to this. We've heard this and seen his before, but at the end of the day, who's going to be the victim? Who's going to pay the price? Not that. You know what? It reminds me of Aaron Hernandez. You have everything. Why are you pandering to these people? Why do you have to impress the guy in New England? Just for the people out there who don't know who he is. He was a very talented tight end at the New England Patriots, unbelievable. That killed people, murdered people, and it was shown all kinds of behavior that was hidden before that. You know, whether you want to call it being a thug to be in a gangster. What is one to like be that gangster personnel where it's like superstar, you don't have to impress anyone. You show up, people are like, oh my God, there's Adrian bronner. There's Aaron Hernandez. That's enough. You don't have to go in there and tell everyone how tough you are. You punch your face. But I don't think they could control it. I think it's beyond that. I think that we're talking about a sickness here. Mental health is a sickness, very serious sickness. I think you are talking about that. And again, to just emphasize my point that I think he's been crying foul. And I think that by giving a more fights, you haven't given him what he needs. He needs help. He needs professional help. I hope he gets teddy. I know, I know. I can arrested four or 5 times. Punch someone else. Terrible. And listen, a lot of people would have been in jail. A lot of people that are listening to say, teddy, I could give two craps about that guy because if it was me just like you're saying teddy was me, I'd be in jail. All right, I understand you feelings. I do. But at the end of the day, I'm detaching that. I'm just going to the human side. And you know what? This guy needs help. And instead of getting more fights, he needs help. And I put my money where my mouth was. I'm not going to name who the person is because I wouldn't do that and put them in that position and embarrass them, whatever. I wouldn't. But there was a fighter years ago that I was asked to train them. And as part of the deal, they had never heard this before the matter. He said, gee, I never heard of trainer insist on this. But as part of the deal, I think we all knew it was the elephant in the room, was a big secret that wasn't a big secret. That this fighter had some issues. And problems with, you know, with substance abuse and stuff of that nature, and so I said, before I would entertain training them, I want them

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"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:35 min | Last month

"adrien broner" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Good, Ken, I just I got my hair cut so I could pick some factions on before I got on the scale this morning. And I hit the it's how we did in old days, you know, you cut the beard, you cut the hair, you shaved your legs. Whatever you had to do to make that fraction to make weight, so I've been holding steady for the last couple of days at -24 pounds and this morning I got on. I've lost 26 pounds. Nice. Congratulations. Yeah. That's serious weight loss. Losing weight. Yeah, I got I'm close now to the goal weight that I set for myself which is 30 pounds. But like Jackie Gleason said on a honeymoon is when he was doing that contest, you know, for the $64,000 question to name that tune. I'm going all the way. I'm going all the way to the jackpot. I'm not stopping. I'm not stopping at 30 pounds. When you were talking about getting on the scale, you know what they were doing if you were from like West Virginia, Tennessee or Alabama, Mississippi, maybe you take out your false teeth as well. That's probably good for a few more rounds. I'm just kidding. I hope in the south don't jump on me. We're not trying to insult anyone. But hey, listen, if people got over what Hillary Clinton said to all the people out there had for the country out there when she was running for president undesirables and all this deplorables, the. Oh my God. Now we're going to political gaffe. Although she doesn't think so she was thinking she was saying something that obviously she meant. If losing the election that didn't get your attention, then nothing will. Some of those things register with politicians. It's not just Hillary. I think it's both sides of the aisle. They'll say anything they can to get elected. There's no recourse. You can lie through your teeth regardless of the party and just call it. And act like you never even said it. You're trading, take your pick. Unfortunately, politicians aren't too good. They're not good. Politicians bad. You know, I mean, there's some good ones, don't get me wrong. But on the whole, they have tainted that vocation tremendously. From what it was meant to be with our founding fathers, first put it all together. It was meant to be regular working people. That's exactly right. You were supposed to serve your term, hence the recess in the summer, not for a boondoggle, but to go back to your farm or whatever your occupation was. To do your job, not to be a career politician, like so many just live in D.C., it was to serve a term, do your public service to the country. Help it get better. And now it's like a money grab. Let's get in there, wield as much influence as we can. Spend our entire term trying to get reelected. It's not one or not one side or the other of the aisle. It's all of them. It's the same shit. Early Christmas, which would be term limits. Term limits to say the least. With lobbying while we're at it. But what you just touched on were finished with this, you know, I remember when these tolls just disgusting talls on a bridges, it was promised when they first told these bridges, especially in New York, they said that once the bridge was paid for, there would be no more tone. It would be free. So much for that. They probably ran for office right after that promise. You remember when was it Chris Christie who got in trouble for to get political revenge on one of his one of his opponents? Caused the trafficking. You know when you're sitting in traffic, you're like, what the F, who is causing this? I want to kill them. Oh, don't worry about it. It's the governor. Okay. I guess so I hope he got his opponent railroad. The guy, the guy that told you, trust me, I'll make things better. For me, for me. For me is a vote for you, you know? As you said, it's across the board. We're not picking out a 100%. I think that they're all do the same thing. And when they get caught they're sorry, they got caught, but not sorry for anything else. But with that, hey, breaking news. Adrian brona fight against all my figueroa is off Adrian broner says he's going through a mental health crisis and needs the time away from the ring to get his mind right says he doesn't want to get in the ring unprepared and play with his life. I a 100% agree with that. I don't think that anyone would disagree that Adrian broner has been struggling with mental health issues for a long time. I wish him the best, but I can't say that I'm surprised at this development. What are your thoughts, teddy? This is sadness to what he acts like an idiot a buffoon. You know, and all that, but this is sadness to it. Nobody wants to see anybody in this kind of distress. And to the point of having to pull out a fight in their life being in chaos because of mental health issues, yeah, I agree with you. You know, you could see you could see a lot of stuff coming here's my thoughts. That besides being said, by which I already said, I don't care who it is. I don't care. I know a lot of people don't like them. But this is put that aside for two seconds. And it's about somebody's life. It's about somebody who's in a dangerous place right now with mental health, obviously in a desperate place, a bad place. And I don't wish that on any human being. First of all, and I will say this, whether it's drug addiction or whether it's you choose you choose whatever the thing that you're fighting with and the problems you have, when people go through that, you can

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"adrien broner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"adrien broner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"adrien broner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"adrien broner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"No, he's going to get blown out by Connor. Manny won't carry a Mani will stop him early, and I don't know why Connor would want to put himself in that spot. They're two different sports. You know they're cousins, but they're different sports. And it's not the same thing. And Manny is boxed all his life and he's coming off wins over Adrien Broner and Keith Thurman. You know, he's still got it. I think it's a tough thing for me. So I I don't understand what Connor's thinking. I think he I think, really, At the end of the day, the only thing that this says to me is he really wants that big payday. Kevin. I only front of program in the first sports water be honored as outstanding journalists by the Nevada Press Association and again covering boxing and Emma Bo for Yahoo. Sports and Kevin. I agree with you. I'm not saying that it's easy, but I think that's what he wants to pay day. Kevin Great to have you back. Thank you so much. I know you do it again soon. Job. You'd be well, Kevin Aioli. Very distinguished journal. I love the way he goes about his business like Connor Connor. I mean, the as Kevin always says, these two things are not one of the same. They may be cousins, but they're not one of the same. Why does Connor keeps saying he wants to box? It's one thing to say I want to fight. And I want to fight Floyd Mayweather and money is crazy, and it has been done. Alright, fine and went pretty well. He held his own. But Manny Pacquiao is a different deal. Why would you want to do that? Because you're beefing with Dana or because you think it would be easier. Because it might not be easier. So I'm not really sure exactly where Connor's head is at. I know that as much as I love this guy. He's not nearly as interesting to me as he used to be. Before he was popping old guys in the pub for not drinking his whisky. And running dollies through buses. And getting into it with fans. Guy was like the most amazing story ever. One my favorite guys ever. And I still think that he can get back to a place like that. If you were to refocus my just not seeing it. 1 806 368686. All right, so we're jumping around. I've got plenty of more NFL. I want to get to there is, um Emma will hit some college football this hour with Andy Staples. I've got baseball. We made it to the end of that so called bastardize Sprint. We've got our postseason setup right now. Who do you like? Could we get the Dodger Padre matchup that we want? Maybe maybe not. The Dodgers are not exactly reward. In fact, nother top seeds. Neither the top seeds are rewarded for a short season like that. I mean, it's cliche, but it's true. Anything could happen in a best of three match up. What the Dodgers get balanced early on. This alleged best Dodger team ever, it might be might not matter at all. So I want to get into all of that as well. Bill's Mafia where or you I know that Rick and Buffalo is not. He's got to follow. But you are undefeated. You blew a 28 3 lead you came back. Hello, help from the refs. Who cares? And now you are undefeated. Who do you have tonight? Two best teams in the NFL Best matchup of the regular season Coming up tonight. Chiefs Ravens, the Chiefs have had their number. They're plus three. Normally, I would argue if something seems too good to be true, it generally is the Chiefs. And Patrick moms, plus three does not seem too good to be true. Maybe it is. Maybe it's not All of that's coming up. Stay after it. When you call a Del.

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Ex-boxing champ hit with $830K judgment in sex assault claim

Woody and Company

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Ex-boxing champ hit with $830K judgment in sex assault claim

"And the Cleveland area judge issuing an eight hundred thirty thousand dollar judgment against former boxing champion Adrien Broner of Cincinnati in a lawsuit claiming that he sexually assaulted a woman at a Cleveland club in twenty eighteen victims attorney says the broader pinned her kissed her and stopped only when one of his friends pulled offer as someone took pictures he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and unlawful restraint and got probation as far as criminal

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