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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Would enjoy it. You'd enjoy a good night because you get not only see these great celebrities and be with friends and good people and have a really nice night. But you also get to hear the people that have been helped. They come up and they do testimonials. And it touched your heart. And it touched your heart. And anyway, that's enough for that. Thank you. As far as the mere they got that down, old to me, I'm sorry. You know what? I can't help it. When I was doing, I did fall Olympics fan BC, covering box. And one of them, I did it, I did three of them with the great bob papa. And what I did with the great Marv Albert. And the one I did with more of Albert, and you know this part, you met him, you met up to being around with me in this business now and boxing and you mean everybody. And but you've met him. He's one of the good writers. One of the good guys out there on the they're not all good, but he's one of the good writers out there that really works hard at his trade and doing this thing and boxing his name is Steve Kim and he was he was there. And he was I think I'm trying to remember, I might have got him hyped for that job. He was, he was there to do the research to help us with the research. I think I would want to was. It might have been, it might have been let's see. It might have oh yeah, it might have been 2000. That's how long ago it was. In Australia. It might have been that one. But anyway, Steve Kim told me about that. He was like, talk about intimidating. He's like, I get to be the research assistant for teddy. He goes, it was needless to say it was demanding and intimidating. Yeah, but other than I was great. Listen, I appreciate him. And so that's why I got him for the job. So he was there and Kevin monaghan, who was running embassy, he was also part of getting him there and does a good job. Did a great job there. And also helps the foundation too. So. Martha is one of the greats of all time, you know, he's a stick club. If you're going to be great at home, of course, you just stick one for making sure everything is right. And the research was familiar. But you have to be. Otherwise, you know, you're not going to be that good at what you do. And so he, we not only have to get all the research, we had to get the phonetic spelling for some of these names. These names were tough. They were tough, they were. You like the tie names, don't you? Oh my goodness. You were like, how do we pronounce this? Ask teddy Alice. He's an expert in tie. Yeah. And I would just say, but I could move on my feet a little. I would just say vitamin blew from Thailand. You know, it got right around that one. And it put moth was such a pro. And such a perfectionist, he said teddy, we can't do that. We got to pronounce their names. You're right, mom. So we would ask Steve Kim and this was really funny. We would ask now looks and we're going beyond really his call for duty as his job description. Description a little bit because he's there for research. He's doing a great job. But now we're asking him to help us with the pronunciation of some of these fighters. We were desperate. So we turned, I never forget some off turns to steam. So Steve, how do you pronounce this one? He goes smooth it out. Whenever we had trouble with one, moth would look at me and say, teddy, smooth it out. In the words of the great Steve Kim, smooth it out. Smooth it out. So I smoothen it out. When you say about marvel aren't being a stickler, that actually reminds me very much. When I say that as a compliment and when people ask me, how is it working with teddy? I say, it's the best. He's like one of my best Friends, but I said, imagine playing football for Bill Parcells or Belichick. The players love playing for them, but when he's but when he's like, asks for something to need something, this is not playtime. This is serious business, at least when we're in camp. This is very, very serious. And, you know, at times, you're like, oh, this guy, but you understand why he's doing it. And it makes sense, but that's what all great coaches have in common is like there. Very serious about their craft. But you know what's coming from the right place, but the message might not always be delivered with bouquet of roses and more like a foot up your ass. There's no room for Rosie sometimes, you know what I mean? Nope. You don't get two chances, how did you get one chance at it and you better make it right? And there's a lot on the line. And I have a responsibility. I have a responsibility for a fighter. So I better get it right. I mean all of that as a compliment. No, no, I agree. I mean, I understand that. I appreciate that, and I do. Very much. So all of the mayor, thank you, mister wells. So listen, as I said, so it was so important to get to geography right in this one. And that, as I said, right away you saw that. And while Craig is looking to get on the mat, also Mia needed a wanted to be standing and a boat jockeyed for position to get to geographies. They wanted, and it made for tell me if you agree when we can. It made for strange first round. A weird first round. A closed round, but a weird first round with the edge for me was going to also be a ring generalship. So and then the second round, Craig was winning. And ozdemir closed really strong and maybe stolen, a little bit like patty when he closed strong at the end of the first round. When he closed strong, I love it. So, you know, here you are, you're going into, you know, you're going into the next round, like I said, the third round now. And it was really close. At the end, it was close, but you could make an argument to possibly even be up to nothing. I don't know what the scorecards were. The actual network, but I was seeing it that way. I got the cards. He had 30, 27 sweep for Oz to marry one every round. Yeah, so again, it was called, but that's the way I saw it. In the end, when you got to the third round, I just thought those to me are for his fight more. You know what I mean? He just he fought to fight. He needed to fight more than Craig for his fight. And I agreed I had also mere within that fight. So all right, let's get into let's get into the krylov and Gustafson fight because prior to this fight started, you sent out a tweet that basically said, krylov built quite a sweat woman up in the dressing room ready for a fast start and like I said for a fast start bang and you hit the nail right on the head first round, stoppage, KO's Alexander Gustafsson, tough to watch the big Gustafson, the legend, go out like that, but in the UFC, you know, more so almost in the NFL, not for long.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"And, you know, some of these guys they do, they need certain situations really to highlight their skills more than other guys, and it was so, so obvious and apparent in this fight. I mean, clear very early where Craig wanted with his skills, wanted and needed to be in the case. He wanted to be on the mat. And also, how do you pronounce his name? I don't want to go to you because you're like also wells. He went to college. I didn't go to college. How do you pronounce? I have a sociology. I agree for free. Owes demir owes the mirror. Oh. Yeah, there it is. I got it. You know what did you get in the other guys? Did you get the other guy's name right, Paul Craig? Craig is easy. He was a Smith junior. Craig was one of the huggy plays in the one of the greatest upsets of all time. Jim Craig. Closet, when they beat the Russian Soviet Union team in the Olympics. You can't get me. I'm fast on my feet. You ain't getting me. You're not getting me. Come on. Maybe you better wait another ten years for my friend was a star of that team, the great jackal Callahan from Boston when I was a kid. He was just a college kid, right? In 1980 I was 9 years old and Jack was college kid at BU and scrap I knew this would lead into somebody that you scrappy little vows to what he couldn't be a nicer guy. I had a friend who lived in Chicago happened to live near Jack o'kelly and about ten, 15 years ago and my friend had a young daughter and she was going to school for show and tell and they were just chit chatting in the driveway and he says, yeah, she's got a show and tell we're trying to decide what she's going to bring. I'm not exaggerating or joking around. Jack o'callahan runs in his house, comes back out with his 1980 gold medal, gives it to the kid, gives it to my buddy's daughter and says, hey, you go to school and you talk about this gold medal that I won against Russia in the Lake placid Olympics. Wow, how do you like that for quality guy? Well, do you know what that's perfect with what we started to show with a little bit of a little bit into the show? Well, I was talking about we need more humanity in this world. And we got to get back to being more, you know, just more human. And that's a perfect story. Before I forget, so we have this on record. Please, rob teddy, someone remind me prior to the doctor Atlas foundation dinner in November for anyone that wants to tend the first Thursday before Thanksgiving. The third thing. November 7th. November 17th, any of the fans out there that want to go tickets will be available soon. Please come and attend, but teddy remind me and I'll ask Jack to give us a to get us a USA Team USA Jersey to raffle off for the foundation. And I'm sure he'll do it. We just got to I probably have to find a USA Jersey. I don't want to ask him to have to find a Jersey for us too. But if we get a Jersey, I'll send it to him and have him sign it. Maybe we can even have it signed personalized to whoever wins the auction. That would be great. I appreciate that. That would be great. We hope a lot of people with the foundation, you know, people that are in need, people that fall through the cracks. People that have nowhere else to go sometimes to be quite Frank. Whether it's in the fans want to come and say hello to us, teddy, this is a great spot for people to come and meet us in person, meet some. I mean, you always get the greatest crowd Tracy Morgan. I mean, some of the people that have been there, Mickey ward, Evander Holyfield, you name it. George Foreman's been there. I appreciate that. If Harry Curtis Martin, you know, the great running back when I think he's a fourth lead in Russia of all time, but I Tony Danza, Rosie Perez, the queen of boxing in New York, right? I mean, I could go on and on and on and on and Phil Simms. I mean, Bill Paul's cells just so many. I blessed, I'm blessed, I'm blessed. That these people come out to help us raise money to help people in need. And like I said, without going too long with it for the people that all in the way of exactly what we do, we do whatever has to be done. If it's a single mom that has been put into a shelter because she couldn't pay a rent because someone wrong. We get her an apartment. We don't let it be in a shelter. And it would take care of that just to get us started just to get just a bridge to get over that gap to get over the troubled waters like Simon and Garfunkel would say in those songs. Just that little bridge to get there from a to B that's what we try to provide for people, you know, we do incentive programs and at risk schools with our families are making less than 35,000 a year. We'll go in there and say, look, if you guys start taking responsibility over who you are to the kids and start caring about who you are because they don't care who they are to get to that point. That's the problem. That's the problem. If you start caring about that, we're going to Trump with 200 tickets to a yagi game to a medscape to a next game to a netscape depend on what time of the year it is. And we're going to supply the buses. And if you change your behavior and you just start caring about who you are and who you represent and how you represent yourself in school, the teachers will put you on a list and guess what? You're going to go to that game and I'll give them a sense of, again, just incentive to care. Just to care because some of these kids don't have fathers, they got nobody there to provide that. So all those things and there's so much more, so much more. But again, because of the goodness of people out there, they help us with fundraisers and we're able to take that help and take those resources, get it to the right places. So I appreciate Ken from mentioning that, if you guys are around anywhere, yeah, come here, come on, donate to the founder, whatever.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"And then all of a sudden they show a video of these guys literally. When I first saw the video, I thought it was an accident. And then when I realized it was Donald purpose, I was just paralyzed by my feelings. They ran over this man, a pedestrian that was walking. They purposely ran them over and jumped out of the car. Again, when I first saw the video without seeing a graphics and then here in the commentary, I thought that by accident they hit the guy and they got out to help them. They jumped out to rob. And I just. Where are we going? You know, I mean, our civilization is being lost. I mean, where is the humanity? That's why I use the word human side with battery that really struck me and I thought it was so apropos and talking about what he was talking about, but we need we need more than just talk for men out there and patty's right. To be able to talk about their feelings, I keep it in. When you're depressed so you can get help, but I feel that everybody's going to need someone to talk to now. When they sought to see these acts, these the only word I can think of is the only appropriate word I can think of as these uncivilized acts that a society on civilization is just going into some kind of abyss, I just, when is it going to stop when are we going to stop and what will stop it? It's just, you know, I don't lose track. I don't lose track of all the beautiful people in this world in this country. Obviously, but where is this other stuff coming from? How is it able to continue? And not be obliterated. Not be just wiped out. Eliminated. We can't keep going this way. So I'm sorry, I'll show as an uplifted and show, but sometimes I think that just. What's going on in the world can't be ignored sometimes. Sometimes it gets that bad. And it just when you brought up this and then I talk about human side and you brought up about patty and then I had just seen this, I just felt that I had to say that. I just want us to be better. So as a human race. So anyway, finishing up with that was with patty. You know, he was just very sad he showed obviously we know he's a terrific striker, but he's smart enough to be getting good and all the areas he needs to be good to be the top guy there. He's doing that. And then one thing that really struck me was with all the showmanship, you know, I had a time that you see with him, even at the way and he goes to shake hands, and he goes like this was my dad, you know. For what it's worth, I think that those guys have a pretty good relationship, I think that they both like we're clowning. I don't think he was trying to be disrespectful. Well, even if he was. I don't know that love it was aware. It was coming. But I think love is the kind of I think he's the kind of personality that kind of person that went with it and I'll just stood it and understood it for what it was as you're touching on that it wasn't really being that he was trying to beat this respectful and that way that was part of the show, if you will was part of what you get now when you're going to fight patty, but yet he's respectful as inside the ring and inside the octagon as far as being a series about that part of it and being a man if you will about that part of it but the other it's something to make extra money is something that really helps the whole sport at the end of the day because obviously it brings notoriety to those sport that there's this kind of entertainer just like McGregor did, you know, he did the same just like behind having Ali did years ago with his kind of personality and everything we soon outside to promote fights, it made him bigger, but it also made everyone be in a position to make more money. Especially when they fought Ali, Tyson, too. And they got more money. But it increased the process. Generally. So I think that Patti has that effect on the sport too. And I think for the most part, not everyone, but people like leavitt, I think he's got to kind of understanding to figure that out. And not to understand why it's coming from, so to speak. So I agree with you. He understood that. And he, but with all the showmanship ahead of time, as soon as it came, it came time. You know what I mean? Like mill's lane would say it's time to get it on. You know, Bruce Buffett says what he does. Hey, I'd like to get the throat license that bruised puff has because I don't know how that guy maintains his voice. I really it's crazy. Screaming. The whole night. And I never hear his voice break. I'd like to get those licenses. I really would see if you can find out for me. I know you're really hooked in to everything now with everybody. So you're the man. I got to go to I got to go to New York. And the physique on old Bruce and his age, I would imagine he's taken more than some throat laws in his that guy's fit. Yeah, yeah. Well, hopefully, you're not saying he's hanging out in some of those burger joints for canal, are you? No, no. I think he gets his mind from Mexico. Oh, okay. I love Bruce Brown. He's also not punching people in the face for money. So whatever he is doing good on him, he looks great. And I think he might be a black belt in June. Heaven is brotherhood. Heavenly brother would pretty damn smart making a cottage industry of basically yelling before fight starts. Do you know what I mean? There's toys out with that stuff too. You know, with a microphone, all that stuff. So they're pretty damn smart. I think he'll come to your wedding and say, let's get ready to rumble for a million bucks. Okay. Well, anyway, I have seen him do private events. That could put stress on the marriage from Ford stocks. But you know, getting back to what I was saying with all the showmanship and all that stuff, all the follies, you know, whatever you want to call it. Then you see when it's gold time and I'm looking and it was a missed on me, Ken. I'm looking at the eyes and just a posture of patty before they go and men, all that stuff's at the window, he is laser like he is concentrated. He is a different person. And he's the person that has to be. For all of them, you know, he's that he's had warrior. He's become that guy. And

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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Teddy good card from London. Before you get into that before you get into that, I have to segue from your promotion there to from feeling good to where you're going to need probably a couple quarts of that after you've read socks showing less this past weekend when they got 28. I still can't believe what I'm saying is number. 28 runs put up on them. Really, I do the patriot game. I thought it was like watching a when I saw the score, I said, that's the Patriots. They must have started some of football or something. 28 runs given up by them against Toronto. It's just, it hasn't been good since you left there. I mean, since you went to tenants. Most runs ever by the Red Sox given up humiliating embarrassing. But as you know, I'll live and die with them. I'll go down with the ship. They're my guys good or bad, but jeez, guys, have some pride. Get your shit together. This unacceptable 28 runs. Seriously, we could have, I could come in and pitch and give up less than 28 runs. Come on, man. The fielding, everything was terrible. But sorry to take out of your nice calmer that you win. I'm sorry. We'll get back to it because you are going to have to have an extra I'm going to have an extra serving of feel free. Any who back to the UFC Dave portnoy steals the show. Did you see Molly McCann and patty at jump into his arms? I mean, he must have been, he must have been working with the UFC because he was such a featured part of the show they mentioned him on the broadcast and you know if they don't like you, they don't even mention your name on the broadcast there. The UFC brass that is. But yeah, Dave was sitting ringside Molly McCann, patty pym lit obviously, big wins. Molly McCann jumps into his arms. I had to do a double take. I'm like, oh my God, is that point? And I jumping around with tails. I love to. Yeah, but I like them better without the wig though. You know? Because when patty 40, he adapted to the wig to, you know, the blond. And I like it better without, but listen, he's a brand talking about portnoy. He's a brilliant businessman, and he's got a good for stars. He really does. That's be honest. But look what he did build up postal sports. So he understands what's coming. He understands what people are going to be into. And he understood these two guys of budding stars and he did a deal with them. He's a sponsorship, some kind of deal with them. And boy, it's working out pretty damn, it's working out pretty darn good for all of them for Dana for portnoy. Obviously for Mali and for the patty the battery. They are an electric factory. I mean, the place was on fire, but Dave mentioned it and also the broadcasters at the end of the at the end of the broadcast said, listen, people say it all the time, all the place was crazy. You can't get a sense and it is true. Sometimes it's hard to get a sense on TV how electric an environment is like when I was at the Poirier McGregor fight where McGregor broke his leg. I felt like they were going to blow the roof off the place. It was so crazy. And basically that's what they were saying is that show in London delivered in spades. I mean, exciting knockouts in the main event. The undercard had a lot of decisions, probably could have done with a little excitement, but the main card, my God, finishes knockouts. I mean, obviously, we'll talk about the main was massive disappointment, but you know what? Sometimes it's one thing if a guy gets blasted out of their one punch and he's out, but when something happens like that, someone blows out their knee or something, it's unsatisfying and you feel a little bit shorts shorted, but that stuff happens when you're in a combat sport and in a cage. You know, injuries happen. Sometimes you just got to roll with the punches, it's unfortunate. You got to feel for you got to feel for the fighter in the main event to have that happen, but we'll do two weeks ago. Can two weeks in a while, the main event, you know, goes down. You're right. Yeah, it goes down with a horrific injury at 12.3. You know, space and others. And then of course, you don't know, you know, just like the week before, you don't know if they're going to recover from these injuries. Or what the recovery process ultimately will be. Yeah, well, let's jump into Molly McCann because I saw you. I saw you tweeted out that my girlfriend Boston was coming in. I wasn't aware of Goldie prior to the fight. And poor gold that she seemed like a deer in headlights once the fight started and once Molly McCann got rolling and started letting her hands go hit her with that spinning elbow, put it away really pulled up pretty good beating on her and that was almost the segue into the main event, which is of course when she jumped. I love modeling me, 'cause she jumps over the cage, security is telling her, obviously, you're not supposed to do that. You can get a sense from the security the way they freak out. But security is trying to corral her. She wasn't having any of it. She would have, she could have taken over. And that was proposed she started drinking a whisky. Exactly. She could have got through she could have got through an NFL defensive line the way she went, jumped into Dave portnoy's arms. He's jumping up and down. I was just so happy that portnoy didn't collapse and drop her. He was jumping up and down and she's drinking whisky. She's hugging people in the crowd the whole time security is trying to get her back in the cage and she was basically like stiff on it. I'm like, get out of here, guys.

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Springer greets Houston fans with leadoff HR, Blue Jays win

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Springer greets Houston fans with leadoff HR, Blue Jays win

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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:18 min | 5 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"In the ring, fully motivated. Prepared in every facet of your game. How do you still get to that place? At this point in your career. I think that's the most important telling point in breaking this fight down and handicapping those fight. To try to understand that. And that will be in some ways to telling of what happens in that ring in Japan. Yep. It should be a good one. Looking forward to seeing triple G in action, he always brings the excitement. That's all we've got this week, teddy. Am I missing anything? No, just your Tennessee volunteers. I'll give it a shot to my man Regis pro grey got a knockout win over the week over the weekend in Dubai. As you fight a classic guy, smart guy, southpaw, good fight or fight fights good fighters for a real close fight a couple years ago with Josh Taylor. You know, here's the funny thing about it. He launched that fight very close all over across the pond and tell his home obviously hometown. But he's continued to look better and better and I don't know that I could say that about Taylor because Taylor did not look good in his last fight which most people thought kind of beat him, but just maybe more importantly is whether he got the gift or he didn't get the gift and I think he got a gift with that decision. He didn't look good but folks continues to look good. He's a slick southpaw. He could go catch a box with you. He's remained as, I think, still one of those top guys. Yeah, and one of the things that I love about Regis pro grace. He's like an intellectually curious kid. He's a really nice guy. He's not as well known as some of the other big name fighters, but I'm telling you when he gets the big shot. I think people will really like him. He speaks from the heart. He's very honest. One of the things regarding Josh Taylor, I saw he was, you know, sometimes Josh still has some kind of bad behavior. I got to say it outside of the ring. He's got like, you know, he's caught on camera, drinking and saying some racist stuff. But that most recently said, someone sent out a tweet about that cataract got robbed or something. And Josh Taylor said, could you know the British board of boxing said they were going to call in the judges and they wanted to talk and review it. So Josh Taylor sent a tweet a retweeted a tweet about the disputed decision and he said, oh, you better call the police. In other words, like, oh, go cry to someone else about it or something. And I'll just respond to it like this guy's a real class act. This guy, Josh Dylan. But Josh still has done a few things like that. I get that he wants to hype the fight and he gets all aggressive it. To me, it's too much, but I get it. That's what he has to do to get his head right for the fight. But sometimes he's just always seems to be stepping over the line and it's just been a lot of incidents like this with Josh where he's like like I said oh drink and saying crazy stuff talking crazy and I went to Twitter. I just like to see a little bit less of that kind of behavior from Josh and just like stick to fighting and like stop trying to be like super aggressive with people outside of the obvious combat in the ring. Anyway no no I'm going to say somewhat for that because I understand what you're saying and I agree with it. At the end of the day you could do whatever you want like we're talking about some of these guys you know how they're clevers promoters and they built themselves up get more eyeballs on them all that and whatever way you go about doing it if it works. But at the end of the day you better be able to fight. At the end of the day, take care of your business in a ring. It's like that old bugs and joke where they're at a club show that goes on every Friday night fights, they've had a club show and back in the days and a priest there's a priest and neighborhood priests who goes to all the fights and he's standing there against the wall his wife fights the next opponent gets in. He gets there and he goes to his corner, Neil's down. He blesses himself. He looks up and having, you know, for a little support, right? We all need support. And then he gets ready to answer the bell. And one of the old fight fans standing next to a priest says, father, does that really help and the priest looks at him and says, only if you can fight son. You know, so at the end of the day, don't forget that part. You know, it's pretty important. And in some ways, and I'm glad you touched on it. His behavior in a way where he gets crazy and all that stuff, and you know, worked up, I want to kill you all that stuff. It's working against him in a way that it worked against him in his fight against cattle because he looked ridiculous that he wanted we saw it at the pre fight stuff at the way and all that stuff how he wanted to get after him and he was huffing and puffing like I was telling that story to my grandchildren know that they like the big bad wolf. How venom puffin and bulldogs found. But when he ran into a secure house with brick, he huffed and puffed himself out. And he didn't blow any houses down. And he reminded me of the big bad wolf. What kind of wall he hopped and puffed to blow down house down, but he wound up, he went up being frustrated. He wound up overshooting the guy. He wound up doing almost nothing. I mean, he was so huffed and puffed, so to speak and so embroiled to kill the guy, which you should never be at that place in any professional realm. You're supposed to be calm. You're supposed to have smart guy. Yeah, you could have physical the guy out strike the guy out, speed the guy. Everything. But you got to be calm because when you're not calm, the old pros just always tell us and tell me it cuts would always say, you can make a fool out of the guy. When the guy gets mad, if you could get a med, get him mad. And then you play with him. You play with him when he's mad. And it looked like cattle and spots could play with him because he was mad. He was genuinely mad. Like he was running after him. I'm just going to kill him. And he was physically.

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THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:28 min | 5 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Yeah, he didn't look good at his Steve roles, a guy who triple G just embarrassed. I mean, he had his way with him. What did you think, how'd you like it? Well, I mean, to your point, you know, his record looked better than he did. He didn't look good, belong, and he's a local kid. I wanted to say, look great. He's from The Bronx from New York. But. I don't know if it's too strong a word, but some people might say he got exposed. Rose is really a middleweight. For triple G at middleweight I believe. But he's playing that super middleweight and I'm telling you, he was in there with middleweight, but whether it's super middleweight or middleweight. Blanca's bake. He's a big, that's the first thing that struck me. You know, he's on the field. He's got that great record 18 and old 16 knockouts, but he's big. He is big, massive, strong man. Kind of like a magia, you know, a little bit like a better vitas at super middleweight or, you know, that kind of big, just a big guy. But he's got a lot to learn. He's got a lot to learn. They bet it's all learning. I understand this is what they do. What top break does all the promoters do. They get a kid that they want to make into a star and they feed them chop me. They feed them easy fights all the way up till they get to a place where now they've finally got to fight somebody. And sometimes they're not doing them in favor because what they finally get to that place sometimes they're not ready. Right now you don't look like he would be ready. Depending on who's there. But he don't look like he would be ready. He's got to develop more. He's on developed. An area is that if you're going to be a prize fighter, if you're going to be a world champion, you can't afford to be undeveloped. Yeah, you can be big and strong, beautiful. But you better learn how to use that big and strong ability or that big and strong attributes and the proper way. With the sweet science. And he needs to, he needs to still learn that. Also, and maybe they did him a favor. But who thought it's a good idea to keep putting these fights on at midnight. I mean, I was falling asleep. I might have missed a little. I was falling asleep. I wake up and say, oh, gee, there's only a minute and a half left. It was three minutes when I was starting to watch it. You put it on a midnight, it's getting over 1 o'clock in the morning. But maybe they did a favor because not a lot of people saw it. Because he didn't look that good. But because maybe only two or three people watched the damn thing because it was on so damn late. So damn late. But the most important thing that they got to get out of this that has to be a memo said to the people will be longer. Okay, you were a good promoter. The building up, you got a beautiful record, but you got to have more than that. You got to, whatever it takes, you got to get something to help you to polish you to make you better. You look like George Foreman in the middleweight or the super middleweight class, but you know what? George Foreman didn't have to do as a heavyweight. What a middleweight and a super middleweight have to do. They have to be a little further along in the technical departments. Although George Foreman, for me, he's one of the greatest of all time in every way class. Yeah, I'll just add that like when we're doing that breakdown and analysis to your point, you said it at the beginning, like I want so bad for this kid to be a superstar and be good. This is just as we say every week. Test speak and the truth. I wanted to keep knocking people out. It's unfortunate that he didn't look that good against rules 'cause I'm rooting for him. I like him. He's like you said to Puerto Rican kid from New York, I wish him all the best, but I want to add one thing to it, Ken. Yeah, good. A rolls to his credit. He's 38 years old. He gave a good effort, but the first half of the fight, he was fighting to survive. I think that 100%. He was intimidated by that record. Like a lot of people gonna sometimes speak. And he when he realized about halfway through, Ken, that this guy and I'm not trying to not belong, I'm just trying to do my job. Abdul my job. And about halfway through, he realized that his record as I started to sting and you started to this when you introduced when you got me started with it, that balanca record was better than him. At this stage, his record is better than he is. And when he realized when rolls realized his after the 6th round somewhere around there, he started then fighting more to win. And he started waiting. He's not a wedding. He won all rounds late. And he started to win. And if he had realized that going in, which other people will now, but if he had realized that earlier, going in, he might have won this fight. Matter of fact, there's some people out there being truthful, they might even say teddy. Oh no. He would have won this fight. But he might have won this fight. Had he realized what he realized late if he had realized it earlier. So they really need to do their job. The people that of the responsibility of doing that job that look after this kid of really getting them to help that he needs to become better. Yeah, and you're right. It's Steve rose for the first at least two or three rounds. He did look very, I don't want to say scared 'cause I don't think he was scared, but he was superintendent of every time every time her language was. I think intimidated might have been fair. I think intimidated. That way. Because he didn't know what he had in front of him except what the record told him. Yep. And then by the time he did the exploration, he did the work. To explore the exploded territory, you know, to find out what he had, well, he realized, hey, what the freak of my doing here? Let me try. Let me do more than try to survive. Let me start right hands behind the jam..

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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Hit with a second shot right after almost kind of woke him up. He had seen that happen before unboxing, where a guy looks like he's out, gets cracked again, and he's like, kind of brings him back to back to life. Yeah, I have seen that. I have seen that actually. And it's a good point on your part. But the thing that really, again, was the admiration. I walked away with to see somebody that good at their thing. You know, in this case, jiu-jitsu. But to have the ability to endure, to endure, to get to where he had to get to to use it. It was magnificent. It was magnificent. I thought about what you always say is the ability to remain common and uncommon environment. He's getting mauled and he continued to exhibit patience, patience, waiting for the guy to make a mistake. But patience while he's getting punched and elbowed in the face takes a special kind of person to be able to wait and set that up. And then to execute is just, it's unbelievable. So I take this hurt and fortitude, certain character, those all the things that you need intertwined. With the talent the ability, the technique, all of those other ingredients that make somebody great. Awesome. Congratulations to Paul Craig. We'll get a fresh three minutes on the Clark teddy. One of the things that you always talk about when we talk about a boxer's record as they get and built up, the record means nothing. I need to know who they're fighting. And that was on display this Saturday at the theater at Madison Square Garden. Congratulations to the Puerto Rican prospect of belanga for selling out the arena, but man, not a great performance from him. He got to win. He got the decision over Steve rose 97 93 96 94 96 94 on the cards, considering what a favor he was in the house fighter, that's actually probably closer than that if the fight was probably closer than it sounds on the judge's scorecards, but yeah, he didn't look good at his Steve roles, a guy who triple G just embarrassed. I mean, he had his way with him. What did you think,.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Yeah, but that shows strength of character. Everyone knows you're very old school, though, email, but the fact that you were able to see that, listen, embrace it, and now look, you know, the voice of MMA, you'd be taking over the whole sport. Sometimes serious all of a sudden now we have a and I'm steaming. I'm steaming beaming. Presents in the MMA because you embraced it and showed the ability to change and make those things. I ain't know if I'm gonna call me ass kisser, but if the truth, you did it. People like the one who appreciate all our audience. Everybody whether the boxing fans will MMA fans UFC fans. Appreciate love us all. Thank you. But getting back to portnoy, he did he had the vision to see the future. You know, before it became so obvious. And while it was become I guess a little bit more obvious, but he was ahead of the curve. And that's why I think he sold part of his company for about a $160 million to some gambling gaming. Gaming site. Great partnership for Penn gaming. Publicity, they get from his every week, they're running some kind of gambling specialized state legalized gamble and Dave's ahead of it everywhere, running specials. On this fight for patty, the baddie, they had, if you were in a certain state, you got a hundred on patty to win by knockout, which obviously you would have won. He'd give you a $100 carhartt sweatshirt that said patty, the baddie on it. Like actually cool stuff that you'd want to wear. Did Dave's got his finger on everything. Well, again, to that point that we would that started this conversation is that just like Dana White was able to, you know, set up the let me clarify he won, but he won by submission. He had to win my knock on the bed. But, you know, just like we were talking about, you know, Dana White having a vision to do what he did and take the UFC to where he took it, portnoy, and also dynasties patty the barriers and other superstar. Portnoy has the vision to, I mean, this stony guy, they signed. They signed a sky because they see what we're talking about. You know, after one way to the UFC they said yeah, they signed them right away. You know, because again, just like you saw, he had the vision to see the streaming, not steaming. The streaming take off with the young people out there. Well, he saw this kid who he speaks to. Audiences that he speaks. So how people react to them. And that what he could build with this kid. He saw that potential. As I caught up before that, it factor it's great to have talent, you know, you've got to have that dedication talent, mental toughness, all of those things, and he's got all that. But it's even, it makes it even better, put it that way. If you have that, in fact, to the charisma, to make Mullah to make mula. And he can make bula. He, I love the way, you know, was confidence and that's all part of the stick, but how he comes on and he says, but it's not just a sticky balloon. He comes on and he says, you got to get, you got to get a bigger place. It kind of like jaws. We're going to need a bigger boat. The Liverpool soccer stadium, I think, 60, 70,000 people or something. So I love to see them get that with this partner. They're Molly McCann. She was man, I don't think we have it on the dark, but she won by spinning back elbow and up two of them. What is sensational knockout? I was listening to the Dana White interview afterwards, and he said, not only was a sensational knockout whoever did it, but you don't see women knock out women. No. Like that. No, you're right. Not like that. Nope. Not out cold with this. You know, flat and then I always have mixed emotion with the women's fights to be honest. I mean, I'm all for equal rights, but I just don't like seeing the women getting knocked out cold. Call.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

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"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

10:10 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

"Needs to step in and purchase a lot of these things to pull them through to to keep the the trains moving on time. Well you know. I'm this is tough for me. I was saying you read my newsletter. I was saying in may june july that we should be testing for outbreaks. We should be testing for a long time. So i know that people were less aggressive about tasks at that point but i think that it's kind of indicative fact. The tests are not fully appreciate it. We need to be testing even if this was coming to an end or we need to be testing. Even if september october looks like june it will not go away. no pandemic or epidemic has just disappeared. It will trickle out over a period of hopefully months but maybe years so i you know what the volumes are and what. Somebody's costars versus. What their demand is. I can't speak twenty-one companies access that want their margin what how they think about it what the margins can be but So i can only look forward and say please. Let's not be either naive or stick our head in the ground and say it's going to be over in a matter of months and therefore we don't task that testing may change. it may be more wastewater testing. It may be More surveillance type testing than it is diagnostic testing but the technologies are here to stay. And i'm estimating in the developed countries you know two years if you look at nine eighteen more people died in nineteen in the nineteen. Eighteen epidemic pandemic more. People died in the second year than the first year worldwide. That's already happened and we're trying to desperately avoid that in the us but this is not going to go away that quickly then secondly As many have made the case even if we quote figure it out in the us and we go a month with no new cases. It's not going to stay that way unless the rest of the world guests at the same place. We tried locking down in in a historic way. And that didn't work. No no one has patients the lockdown anymore so testing demand is not just about one country. It's about the world so let's figure out ways that we can get the cost down and ensure the testing happens. Broadly not just one country. So can you talk about a couple of the practical ways in which workplaces and schools can implement a testing regimen to you know keep everyone in the office or the school safe and and also Just confident that they can go about their their daily activities without worrying all the time of. Yeah i'm so glad you mentioned that word Worrying because that is the number one issue. They need well. Maybe the better word is confidence. They need to be able to come to be confident about what it is and at asu with rockefeller. We did a a large survey and that was the key piece that people needed to feel safe in the workplace. But we'll let me start with workplace People are itching to go back to work even if it's not in the way they did pre pandemic five days a week and a traditional offense We found that the majority of employers wanted their employees back physically at least twenty hours a week. I think it's all about testing well testing and vaccine mandates vaccine mandates. Make a big difference if nothing else than the cost of their health insurance. But to for what i think is best practices. Is you tat Absolute best practice vaccine mandate and for those who can't and the few who have conscientious objections. you test them twice a week. And then you do occasional random testing of those vaccinated because we know vaccinated people can spread. That's the way you get back to work with confidence and the tasks acts you know. You're talking retail price of twenty twenty five dollars at a wholesale price in in a broadway. You can get them cheaper. That's what i think. Businesses need to do To get the full confidence going back for schools. It's a little bit different and we know the under twelve are not vaccinated but we also know there is a lot of money. Eleven billion dollars from the by administration for school testing. Lack of money should be no reason for any school in this country public private or charter not to task and a lot of people assume the government money was that eleven billion is only for public schools. It isn't the federal legislation said any kind of schools including now pre k. And childcare schools should be testing once a week certainly the unvaccinated which is the majority. But i think for schools given how important it is for people to be their kids and teachers every day and the reality in. Social distancing is really tough With you know at the young ages and in highschool Schools have done a value job. Trying it but it's it's not ideal. So i think schools need to be testing on a regular basis. Everybody wants a week in pool testing So at surveillance is relatively cheap. We're talking about single dollars per test. Many of the states who have made this public Are saying their tests per kid per adult is six seven eight nine ten dollars. That is doable with the federal dollars. They do those of programs they add a mask when possible and not mandated against stone. Don't start me on that Then we can have safety in the classroom in the spring in. I'll i'll stop here. Luke so i get really passionate about this in the spring. Only one percent of pools in schools or positive. I suspect it'll be higher now but even kids are getting covert now. It is still dramatic. The school positively ray is dramatically lower than the community rate. Schools are saver places to be for kids then the grocery store. Let's get them all in school us testing and use tests to stay even when there's an index case test everybody every day. Don't send them home and don't close the schools. Okay yeah i mean the spring That is a good time frame to to think of it I'm the parent of a nine year. Old just started fourth grade and she's ecstatic back to school Ecstatic is so important I think it is up to the theater to get vaccinated all around them but also to set up a a workflow that Takes a little bit of work should happen over. The summer could still happen in these early weeks of fall. But can you sail a little bit about what that might look like for the orange. Be listening here like they show up at the. You know the the parking lot outside the school on monday morning and everybody does a nasal swab and they drop it in a bucket for a pool task or do they all get individual tasks or what's the best practice. Yeah best practice. And i think maybe seventy percent of schools are using well are using a pooled nasal swabs and i'm cautious about best practice because any of these testing practices work but the majority today are using pooled nasal swabs so it either happens as kids are walking in to the school building or as they walk into their homeroom Each kid is given a swab. They pulled down their mask. If they're wearing masks. Personally i hope they are but even if they're not they use the swab anterior nasal swab just in about a half inch into the nose and they put it in. What's called the falcon tube. Which is a larger to that. Everyone from mrs brown's classroom puts it into the same tube. I love one of the kidney. Gardner said oh i understand. It's burgers down. Another gardner said if you can pick your nose you can do this You you use that swab. You put it in and for those part of the tap program. The national testing action programme. You get those results back to the school within twenty four hours. And then when there's a positive pool so mr mrs brown's classroom Is positive most of the time the teachers in that sample to so it's everybody in that classroom. Sometimes in large classrooms. It's too but you get a positive pool. Then you say okay. We need to d- convoluted and either they get another sample or more commonly they use one of these rapid energy tasks right there in the school and they say the twenty kids in this Need to do the same. Buggers down again swab themselves. Put it into the instrument Or into the tests cassette and then find out who amongst those fifteen or twenty were positive. That's it For nasal swabs. I would estimate less than a minute that it takes to do this for the saliva some schools do slide at home if you do saliva in the classroom. Most of the time. The kids are sitting at the wrong desks. Thanks takes maybe three or four minutes. This is not dramatically affecting their educational experience. But it's making the school safe to To you still believe. I know you wrote a piece for minutes. Report a few months ago about.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

"Say they feel fine and they don't bother the test that cannot That is not the right way to go forward. But it's what we're dealing with today. Yeah you're right. People lie they say even when they have a positive test they they not worry about them so they they downplay their symptoms. And that doesn't help right with getting good information out to the public. Health authorities are alerting. Everybody around you okay. So can we talk a little bit about the tests. Because like i brought up all that history but that's so much water under the bridge. I mean some good things did happen like industry in the diagnostics. World did step up. It's not a story that's been told as much as with say the vaccines but You know very good. Rtp cr tests very very sensitive. Very accurate were developed in pretty short order and a lot of academic labs stepped up in a mere seattle university of washington was one that created a high volume lab and there were others too. So but but then we just haven't been able to keep our eye on the ball here with expanding more access and more different types of tests at least To meet the need in the moment. Like with rapid antigens for instance. How how would. How has this story. Il evolved in your mind over the last twelve to eighteen months. Yeah it's a sad story and in so many ways but with as you said people have stepped up. But i you know it's hard for me to say because i'm so impressed with the industry in so many people working credibly hard but at every stage it feels as if people underestimate the importance of testing. Clearly the last administration did they didn't even hide it. They settled over time. Testing is not that important and restrictions on we then had companies and lab scaling up but not scaling up as if this was going to be the solution scaling up to say we'll do what we can and then even recently we've had companies nodding now you know think that it was over and therefore we weren't going to be testing a lot. Testing is the thing. Will i think should actually now will take us the longest to stop doing I hope that we'll be testing for outbreaks way beyond even when we're getting booster shots because that's the only way to see if this thing is going to rear its ugly head again. I'm a huge proponent. It's fantastic that we had operation warp speed but we need operation info speed Where we should have at the same time said ramp up testing capacity so that we can get test to every american to test themselves once a week or twice a week and i don't think it's too late for that. I know everyone says it's expensive but tate. Try to take a look and what it cost to keep. People in the icu. Kids and otherwise much less the psychological impact of all of this disease. We still have time to say. Let's figure out how to flood disown and get tasks in everybody's hands so that we can start to control this thing and use the technology that's out there so I have this little graphic that i go through the history of the tests. It started with bowel avaj where people were was. It was mostly in china an early days here where it was invasive surgery we then moved to nasal parental swabs to anterior nasa's just the front of the knows now saliva. We moved from thousands of dollars per task to five dollars a test. We moved from central lab. Sophisticated hospitals Labs to doing it at home doing on the subway on your way to work. Maybe that's not the best way to do it but there are a lot of people doing it. We've made great progress to slow. But we're there. How do we now leverage this so we get to a dollar a test and everybody has a package at home so they test. You know once a week before they go out. That's the challenge. And that's why. I think operation info speed is still a.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

"Well when i spoke to dr crawl he said what can we do to change the course of healthcare and he if you don't know a s you're michael crow. He is a very big thinker. Asu is now number one. For five years in a row in innovation pushing mit and stanford to number two and three. And i said the the single best way we could do. It is to create an academic center for diagnostics when we could teach it as an independent discipline as i said and We said about creating first a master degree programme recognizing it's sort of like an executive mba but focus on diagnostics alone because there were so many people in the industry who knew quite frankly know enough to be dangerous. They know what diagnostic is but they don't really know how it works. They don't know the technology so we set out creating this program on five pillars the science of diagnostics technology of diagnostics of financials of diagnostics the policy and the application and that was the underpinning and with this great big university we were able to get people teaching all different pieces of it initially barring them from other departments and now we have our own department to teach one hundred twenty two students this semester alone on in a master's degree in biomedical diagnostics. Okay so these people are setting out to become executives of the future in his industry. Yeah although it is interesting. Fifty percent of them are seasoned mid level managers. You know the head of qa in tucson who wants to become the head of qa juicy worldwide the regional salesperson who wants to become the national fifty percent of them already executives in the field and they want to leverage this into promotions. Twenty five percent of are allied health professionals. Or they're in pharma there every year. We have Pharmacists from cbs walgreen. Who want to know more. We've had three physicians in the program. You know they're typically more senior. They want to go ahead in their career but they really wanna learn the basics of diagnostics to do a better job in their current position and then twenty. Five percent of the class are young and straight out of undergraduate or taking a year off from medical school and they most of them. Most of the young people are going to apply to medical school and they want the basics here before they get into an allied health professional. So that gives you kind of a makeup of school at the line of The could have discussions. We have as part of the curriculum. Are those five pillars. But it's really about what's happening in real life. What are the ethical considerations. How does diagnostics fin or not to the contemporary You know health landscape. What do you consider the classic challenges for this field. The reason why you know everybody was telling henri termeer bother. Let me does it. Is it both say. Just that we have been traditionally on willing to pay a For these these tests or is it more than that well. The unwilling to pay to me is the consequence. Not the cost. So why are we unwilling to pay. It's because nobody of sam generalizing but is that not enough. People understand the value of diagnostics. It was a very important moment early in my career where one of the analysts on our earnings call said something very close to this effect. I hate the diagnostics business. It's lower margin. Why are you bothering. And who are your competitors. And he expected me to say question lab our competitors and i were much law and we're gonna get crushed and i said no our competitor not quest lab for our competitors. Are doctors brains. Doctors believe and i appreciate why historically this might have been true. Doctors believe they can diagnose better than test can and the test always had a bad rap. they were just confirming. What a doctor believed. So why spend the money. Why spend the time jr us treat as quickly as possible. Well that caused a bit of a stir And a lot of people went back to that and really we talked about it as an industry that it was not about how many tests tabs labcorp versus johnson. But rather how do we educate the real decision-makers doctors and now consumers.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

08:03 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

"Medicine basically prenatal and when i got into the diagnostics business i fell in love. I love the shored product development cycle. We would have an idea with great team and we could get that on the market in eighteen months in therapeutics they would have an idea and didn't get onto the market for eighteen years. It's not that much an exaggeration. I'll can work with the team. We would see things start and they'd finish in a short period of time and make an impact and at genzyme genetics. We were the first one to do more than eighteen. Different mutations in seattle. We eventually got to a hundred set. The industry standard. We were the first ones to be testing for rare disease during pregnancy and giving people the information to make educated decisions. So when i got there i never wanted to leave an stayed diagnostic since then as great. I love how you put it about information to make educated decisions Because too often were flying blind in medicine without good enough information to make those good decisions now but so you you were there fred genzyme for quite some time and then what was your next step was then tana or i think you did a startup inbetween but could you tell us a little bit about about vintana. Sure an I'd like to talk about the inbetween from moment there because at genzyme. Genetics we did forty two acquisitions of small labs to bill organic growth but also building and i had a great number two and abuse ready to take over so he. I was very pleased to hand him the rain. I did something highly unusual. I took a sabbatical mid career. And i worked at dana farber and harvard medical school. And why did i do that. I wanted to understand how doctors were trained han. How doctors thought about testing diagnostics. So i spent almost a year doing that. As i was ready to go back to genzyme i got a call from a venture capital firm and they said. Why don't you take over as ceo of this brand new company to do circulating tumor cells and long story short. We raised a lot of money. The time twenty six million we were like number one money raiser outside therapeutics that year But the company found we were too early and we did not have strong enough technology and it was during that time a i learned so many lessons. I think it's you don't you don't wanna will always confront your failures. But most of the time you learn more from your failures than you do with your success and so i think that's an important context 'cause during those two years of the startup up and the time at harvard medical school were about amongst the most intellectually challenging of my career. And i i still think about them on a regular basis but it was during that period of time. I got a call from roche who said we The ceo position open in tucson arizona. We want you to come out and become the ceo of town. Medical systems now called rose tissue diagnostics. So that's how. I headed west and got into the ivy de part of the diagnostics field and ventanas in tucson arizona. It is yes. So what did you do there. What kind of experience did you get. Well it was You know came in as ceo and this has been a very thriving company. Rose should come in a few years earlier to buy it and it was at that stage that it was a combination of independent many ways but starting to integrate into roche and it was an exciting time because cancer diagnostics becoming front and center mean. It's ten years ago wasn't that long ago but We forget so quickly how personalized madison companion diagnostics digital imaging. Were not standard. And i believe a little bit biased. But that van tanna roche were on the forefront of all of those trans to make companion diagnostic central There were essentially no business. We had to educate farm and tell them what companions are. And when i left. We had a robust team of twenty people focusing on creating companion diagnostics. Personalize medicine was granted. Not new but it wasn't the de facto standard When i laughed it was an clearly not just me and not just the great tanna team but it had become the primary way for people to be diagnosed. So it's no longer just about you have breast cancer. It was about. You have your positive. Pr negative breast cancer. And the nomenclature change. So i was really excited. And then lastly digital pathology came into its own during those years as well. It was all about glass slides. Now like radiology mammograms. It moved from the physical to the digital. And you know computers are only the result of what humans dead but computers do a much better job in understanding Pathology than do humans. That doesn't mean it could be done with out the human but the combination is powerful and we were again the leader. They are so really proud of the team and what we accomplished really is a new era of when you think about it. I mean In the way we use to define cancer and treat it In a in a more scattershot sort way and get lower a less good results. I mean it's happening now. You are so right. And i talk about this I call it diagnostics. Five point oh. And i won't go into the details but when you you start with diagnostics onepointoh which is all about the doctor. Mostly he at the time and it was all about using their hands in their eyes and their sense of smell and at and to diagnose patients and we move forward to the beginning of the automated era of three point zero. And now we're in four point. Oh and starting to get into five point now which as you said is to see changes to new era which is about genomics personalized madison and most importantly information And that this is where diagnostic shine. There's too many variables for a doctor to keep it all in his or her brain. It's all about those. The data information systems that allow you to understand one of a hundred types of blood cancers one of forty types of breast cancer one of thirty types of colon cancer and that is diagnostics. Five boy no so. I think it's around twenty fourteen timeframe that you're leaving roche fontana So much work Ted happened as you described. In those kind of the early twenty tens period to change the way diagnostics and therapeutics relate to one another and influence a clinical care. But you saw this this This gap here that you described a little bit earlier with the no real graduate training for people who wanna go into the diagnostics business despite all this interesting activity. So how did you kind of. Put this into motion there at creating a program at arizona state..

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"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

"As delivering a fully compliant. Solution that meets. Fda's strict standards explore. How answer think can streamline your business processes to ensure growth visit answer think dot com slash timmerman and get a copy of their e book top three barriers to growth for life science organizations. That's answer think dot com slash timmerman. Now please join me and mar aspinall on the long run mara aspinall. Welcome to the long run right to be here so mara before we dive in a little bit on your background. Could you say just a little bit about the multiple hats that you're wearing. Currently there's bluestone venture partners health catalysts and arizona state. What are you doing with these three entities. So Have privilege of working with a lot of great teams with center around Diagnostics so bluestone. Venture partners is a venture firm focused on what we call the native states new mexico arizona texas and oklahoma. We believe there are a lot of underappreciated. Great companies management teams in the mountains. Southwest health cattle is group is my small consulting firm again focused on diagnostics and health information technology firms in helping them grow but then to be fair. My real passion is around education for diagnostics. Seven years ago with president michael crow. We co founded the school of diagnostics at arizona state to create what is still the only school in the world with an independent disciplined. Focus on diagnostics. Diagnostics is so often the asterik on other disciplines. We need to make diagnostics center of zone discipline. And that's what the schools killing and part of that work at arizona's state is I was introduced to the team through our national summit at the rockefeller foundation. So with my asu had on. I am a grantee at rockefeller and a senior advisor to rockefeller advisor to rockefeller for. Testing is great. So you really do have a foot in the world of academia as well as the business world As an investor as a consultant. You see a lot of things but the revolving around diagnostics. Can you rewind for us just a little bit of your background like how you got here. I think it was at genzyme. Pioneering biotech company known for rare disease treatments but also had genetics and diagnostics work. How did you get started in diagnostics. So you're absolutely right. It was a genzyme and henry to mia who Passed away too much too soon but five years ago but in any case he was an early supporter of the importance of diagnostics. He took a lot of flack from investors and stakeholders Because they said you have a great therapeutic business y you bothering with diagnostics and henry really believed in the power of information. I like to think about diagnostics. Information business with a wetland on the side it's not about technology it's about information and I was a genzyme as i think. A fun story. I was agenda eight weeks and the diagnosis initially. Well it was a different business. It was the manufacturing business that was failing. But when i was working with henry he really emphasized the importance of creating a national brand national strengthened. Diagnostics we started with oncology and reproductive.

"aspinall  " Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"aspinall " Discussed on The Long Run

"Diagnostics strategy to pair up with targeted therapies. Mara is simply one of the smartest and most experienced people. I know in the diagnostics business. I have sought out her perspective on the crucial in undercover diagnostic testing aspect of the pandemic response. She has written a few terrific guest. Editorials on timmerman report that i've been privileged to edit. I'll post links to those articles on the show summary report. There are a lot of people with opinions about testing. And some are better informed than others better than almost anyone i can think of mara is able to synthesize the disparate threads of science and business and the practical policy challenges of scaling up to meet the need for better cova nineteen testing. I will say as well. This episode was recorded. Friday september third. I was thinking a lot about the start of the school year and why we weren't seeing more widespread rapid testing in k twelve schools around the country regular listeners of the long run. no this isn't a news oriented podcast but this is a really timely topic that i had to ask more about. I did notice in the days after this recording that president biden and others have started talking more about increasing efforts to expand testing. So if this show feels a little dated by the time you listen recognized that everything moves fast in the pandemic and i was seeking to cover some of the big testing questions as they stood on september three. I actually think quite a lot of what mara had to say. We'll still be relevant throughout the fall and further into.

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Bold Prediction: Could Tom Aspinall Be a Top-3 Fighter by Next Year?

MMA Fighting

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Bold Prediction: Could Tom Aspinall Be a Top-3 Fighter by Next Year?

"Four corners sports. Ny just with a few suggestions. But i wanted to point out them saying aspinall by next year. We'll be top. Three mike if not competing for the title. So let's say by by next september. Tom astronaut will be a top three. Ucla possible possible. He have to fight like it would have gone loses to while whoever loses if they do the gone and got match up and then i think i could definitely see aspinall within his no he feels so far away from the stuff but it is heavyweight. You know he keeps finishing people and like we said some people suggested. Derek lewis right. He beats derek lewis. He's in the top five. And i guess after that who knows. I don't see that up happening But yeah it wouldn't shock me. I don't think that's a crazy prediction at

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Tom Aspinall ‘Not in a Rush’ to Face Top UFC Heavyweight Contenders

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Tom Aspinall ‘Not in a Rush’ to Face Top UFC Heavyweight Contenders

"Let us head to tom. Aspen all this as as legit of a heavyweight prospect as we have seen in quite some time in the ufc's young skilled he's talented. He's smart between the ears and he just he gets it aka. He's a no rush to get to where he expects to go. He stops sergei spivak in just over two minutes. He made it look easy. Where does he go from. Another impressive win. He said just give him. He said he said he's number thirteen. The rankings. I believe he's number thirteen. And the ma fighting global rankings. Well mentally so. I agree Bump them up. Whoever's ahead of them. So i have i think a customer and blah blah in front of them i think skies a couple of spots higher so i'm skipping over blog away and go into pretty simple for me another fight. I think aspen all at this point would be like probably at least minus two fifty favorite that maybe not too much higher because suck is good stuff But yeah asmara has the right idea. Give me tough opponents. But guys like a definitely finish if i'm on my game. I think that's psychiatrist. Do not even if you want a decision it's a kyw again. Very very component. I still think it'd be impressive. And after that then then we're talking top

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NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview

Mornings on Maine Street

01:03 min | 1 year ago

NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview

"Speaking of reason, along We're breezing straight into March Madness. Aspinall, what's going on in that regard sports service of how our brothers out their power and hardware, So take it to the hoop. Caleb. Thanks, Bill. The NC Double eight tournaments First four Playing games finished last night, Texas Southern Beat Mount ST Mary's 60 to 52. They'll play Michigan on Saturday. Drake beat Wichita State 53 52. They'll take on USC. Norfolk State beat Appalachian State 54 53 to set up a match up with number one ranked Gonzaga U C L. A beat Michigan State in overtime 86 to 80. They'll play BYU next. The first round of the tournament starts today. The first game will be a 12 15. With Florida taking on Virginia Tech. Georgia Tech will play it four o'clock taking on Loyola Chicago, Ed Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Jackets will be without a cc men's player of the year. Moses right first round will continue tomorrow with games. Also starting at 12 15 and the Georgia Tech Women will also play their first round NC double a tournament game coming up on Sunday. They'll take on Stephen F. Austin at 4, 30 San Antonio. Georgia will play their first round game on Monday of next week. They'll be taking on

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"aspinall  " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"aspinall " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Because they didn't know who did it. Essentially, neither tyreek hill Norris Viansa. Crystal Aspinall would point the finger at the other. And so how do you charge one person when you don't actually know who did it? You don't actually know who hurt the little boy. Neither of them would out the other. Neither of them would come forward and point the finger at the other. Except crystal wasn't going to take the fall. And for whatever reason after authorities declined to press charges because they felt like they didn't have enough evidence. Either way. Either she or someone close to her released an audio recording likely on a phone of she and Tyree kill walking through an airport. I heard that it was in Dubai. And this audio recording end up at a TV station. Not with the forties. Not with the chiefs not with child protective services, but with a TV station. There's something very wrong with that. I don't know crystal. I don't know her friends, but why the world would you start with a TV station. Maybe because it gains instant, notoriety and instantly goes viral, maybe. But this to me seems all backward. If you decide you're going to protect your fiancee, if you decide the two of you are not going to tell the authorities. What happened to your son? Then why do you release audio recording to a TV station? It may be a back door. But it certainly could result in the same. The same type of actions the same type of consequences. That might have happened had the authorities had the truth in the first place. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. The audio is disturbing to be sure it's cringe-worthy. It just. It makes you wanna scream, but it also makes me wanna protect this little boy, even though I don't know him either. So again, allegedly recording when tyreek illness fiancee, we're walking through an airport in Dubai and somehow canes city TV station ended up with it. Terrified of.

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Vigils planned to honor Aurora shooting victims

Purity Products

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Vigils planned to honor Aurora shooting victims

"Vigils planned over the next few days to honor the five people killed in Friday's shooting at a warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, one of them was Vincennes eight Harare's. Hey, forklifts operator at the Henry Pratt company. His daughter. Danas says. He would answer. I call my dad who went to the emergency room. Aspinall have my dad. Nope. Police say the gunman had a felony assault conviction which should have prevented him. From owning the gun.

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"aspinall  " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"aspinall " Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Of city limits were in our last few minutes of today's program where we've dissecting injure komo's chances of running for president. And we've talked to city council member Rafael espionage about his candidacy in the special election for public advocate Jarrett. Couple thoughts on council member Aspinall Espinel presents his his resume their other things there too. Repose Bill to very sensibly require netting along the railings of baseball stadiums. Which is a parent of baseball fan have been very happy to to have heard about. But with interesting is you hear about that and his his resume of accomplishments and others in the race certainly have their resume too. But this is going to be a difficult race for folks to like you and me to cover because it's a special election. It's an office that despite being ou- more than twenty years old still is ending Matic too, many people and you have such a crowded field. Listen to stage that and you've moderated these one debate. Maybe maybe more than that on this to now in this race just trying to get all the kids in and give due to each one of them is challenging just from a logistical standpoint. It is it's a little bit wild. I was actually looking at the details of what the debate situation the formal debate situation. For the special elections going to be and I was talking with the New York City campaign finance board representatives about this. And basically, you know, like I said we're gonna see this field winnow with petitioning, but they're still could easily be twelve fifteen sixteen candidates. The first part of the they're going to be two debates before the special election. So get ready for those two formal debates. Both should be televised. I assume but the first one is just a basic fundraising threshold so that one could easily see all the people on the ballot make it and then there will be a leading contenders debate, which is basically up to the sponsors to determine. But this is very challenging. It will be certainly challenging to do a a televised debate with fifteen candidates or even ten I've had challenges do know doing these forum debate with seven or eight and even the last one we did we decided there were sixteen candidates signed up to come that night. We did in clusters of four. So we did a half hour with four. Half hour another four that actually went fairly. Well, but you don't get to see everybody at the same time. And it's tricky I think what Aspinall said about his constituency that he's made a name for himself with some of this legislation that applies citywide is pretty interesting. I just don't know how many voters that really get you. I mean, maybe it's a few dozen in a couple of the industries that matter, but I just don't know how many you know, sort of voting Yorkers even in a special election where the most locked in voters are going to come out. No about his resume. That's fascinating element though. Is that because you have this crowded field because it is a special election on Tuesday, February where the weather could be terrible any number of variables that come into it. Because it's whether it's a wintertime election. There is no runoff provisions here, you know, usually for city office, you gotta get your forty percent or there's the top two running off. There is no function. There's no mechanism for that. Now. So especially in a crowded field if you can bring out your voters the. Few thousand people who've supported you in the past. You might be in pretty good stead. Even if the city is as a whole does not rise to your cause. Just because ten percent win it. I mean who knows or twenty percent could win this thing. And this is where I think semi member Daniel Donal of the Upper West side has a big advantage because the Upper West side votes in big numbers. And if he can get his people out from the Upper West side, he could potentially be in really good shape. Hopefully, we'll talk to him in the coming weeks. Although like some of the other candidates in the race other assembly members, he's about to go start his work in Albany for the year. Or maybe we assume they're gonna go take care of those duties while they're running for public avenue up to keep an eye on their attendance up there. But that certainly gives him an advantage.

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