35 Burst results for "Atlas"

What Happens to All the Stuff We Send Into Space?

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:35 min | 2 weeks ago

What Happens to All the Stuff We Send Into Space?

"Since the launch of sputnik in nineteen fifty seven humans have been sending all sorts of things into space stuff like the serious eight and new satellite just launched by stitchers parent company or cargo space craft bringing supplies to space station's not to mention the most prising stuff like golden records or read tesla's an estimated thirty five thousand bits of Incentives right up to objects at the size of double decker buses up to of course international space station which is said to be the size of american football fields or five bedroom house. That's dr alice. Gorman associate professor at flinders university in south australia and one of the world's leading space archaeologists she studies all sorts of ways. Humans have engaged with space including these tens of thousands of objects rocketing around in earth orbit. And that's just stuff four inches and bigger there's believed to be millions of objects anything smaller than that. They distributed from lois little bit which is about two hundred kilometers above the surface of the us up to maybe about one thousand two thousand kilometers then. You have raged. That's just cold middle or medium business and then you get into. The high as obits. Miss includes Stationary orbit which is where bust of telecommunications satellites used to think of these orbits kind of like three lanes of a running track with satellites and spacecraft as the runners zipping around and around in their respective lanes. But note that for this analogy to work the track would be really really big and runners relatively teeny if we go out there and look at these might only say one object within your field. You so that impression. We have a stuff's closely packed together. Just together that's actually luck. Absolute worst case scenario. Which we're not at yet. There's growing concern about what will happen over. The next few decades as there are a lot of plans to launch way more stuff into orbit. And here's the thing. The vast vast majority of objects orbiting the planet is considered space junk.

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Persona's 7 New Announcements

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Persona's 7 New Announcements

"It's time to start the persona hype machine. Once again personas twenty-fifth anniversary is upon us and they are teasing seven upcoming announcement. Starting now going all the way through autumn. Twenty twenty two to burn. Go over to darren. At gamespot for the report said developer atlus is marking the twenty fifth anniversary of the persona franchise with some big news as the studio. T's not one but seven new announcements for the series. These reveals won't be made all at once though is that. Let's tweeted that. It'll spread the silver anniversary announcements out over the course of a year. The first which will be made in september in the final one coming in autumn. Two thousand twenty two quote stay tuned for a year persona news events in more atlas tweeted with an image that looked vaguely like grand threat. Your theft persona because all the different protagonists in like what those announcements could be are up for some speculation as they could range from new games through you through to merchants dry merchants dice drops But what is interesting is that the tweet came from both atlas and its western marketing division atlas west atlas parent company. Sega recently confirmed that it would increase efforts to bring games from the developer to western audiences. Much more quickly than compared to previous which resulted in year long waits for some titles sega's also looking to bring more of atlases library to pc especially with games like persona four golden finding great success on the platform

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Women of the Black Panther Mural

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:29 min | Last month

Women of the Black Panther Mural

"It's very fourteen. Two thousand twenty one people from all over the city are gathered in the middle of a street in west oakland. Welcome welcome welcome once and gag. We make some nice but this moment this beautiful moments their loudspeakers mike stand on the sidewalk. Measham moseley the mc lifts the mic out of its holder and sweeps the cord away from her feet. She turns around away from the street in gazes up at the wall behind her. Yeah how do want you to have a moment to really look at. The mural is painted across the entire side of a two story victorian house. There's so much there's so much. I want to offer a a little bit of silence for folks just to take it in with your eyes. Just take in with your eyes for a moment for women are painted onto the side of this house. one is holding an overflowing bag of groceries. another is holding. A protest sign arm is pumping through the air next to her. A woman in a medical coat has her arm wrapped around a little girl. They're both laughing and behind all of them. The fourth woman stands tall with one hand halfway of the neck of a rifle

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Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

"It's morning this is a son of la pass. Libya bolivia's unique. It has two capitals in la paz one of them. So it's a very busy city specially in the morning. Traffic lights are blinking red and green but a lot of drivers. Just ignore the lights. Et ignore the traffic signs. The intersections are packed. Meanwhile their mothers walking their kids to school lenders setting up tents along the curb and crowds of people under way to work for these pedestrians. The streets lupus are dangerous. But then in the chaos. There's zebra zebras holding up a bring paddle sign and one side of the paddle. At says body stopped in spanish and on the other side it says gaseous dink you disea- bre walks up to woman waiting to cross the street and tucks her paddle between their arm. Suddenly cars all stop disease protects. The woman's hand in safely guides across the street in la. Paz this is bruce job.

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Moses Gates and the Chrysler Building Eagles

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Moses Gates and the Chrysler Building Eagles

"Hey folks. My name is moses gates. That's my name. And what do you do it. Yourself moses I'm an urban planner. I work in new york city for a nonprofit. I've been in nonprofit urban planning for pretty much most of my career. Try to come up with good ideas about how to make this city better for people and make them happen. Among many other things moses gates is a man truly loves his city well first off. Let me ask you a weird question. Would what is your relationship with new york city. I gosh i mean old married couple of this. You know. I definitely gone through all the stages of romance. I think i have the relationship. A lot of other people have with it like complicated But but a love for its you know the people the place thought the whole thing and like you wanna you just just just want to be part of it. But there's something about moses that might not be evident. At first glance moses may look like as he puts it. I'm a nice jewish boy from the midwest. The thing you wouldn't see disguised under the suit jacket and tie under the friendly. Bearded face is the fact that moses also happens to be very good at going places the authorities do not want him to go going past the no trespassing seinfeld better way of putting it you know i originally talked about it is as places you're not supposed to be but i don't i don't really like that framing. I think i'm supposed to be there. I think you know anybody supposed to be there if they want to go. You know it's just that sometimes the authorities don't think you're supposed to be there. Do you consider yourself urban explorer. That's the label. That i guess is kind of caught on. So okay you know it's I consider myself a curious person who loves cities and likes to see them and tries to go about seeing them and learning about a. And there's you know there's a lot of different ways to do that

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Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.

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National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

"I'm not much of a car person. But even i know that a corvette is a classic american car. It's one of those things that the name the image is captured. A certain vibe an icon of american nostalgia of american coolness since nineteen eighty-one. Every single corvette has been made in bowling green kentucky. Which is why the corvette museum is. They are safe to say it's a major source of pride for the relatively small city. They've got the blue devil. There's the fortieth anniversary model. There's the nineteen sixty two black corvette. Even if you're not a car person. And i'm definitely not even so these. Things are still kind of amazing to look at which makes the of february twelfth twenty fourteen all the more astonishing a massive sinkhole forty feet wide and thirty feet deep open inside. The museum of these prices corvettes plunged into the songs in high school when the sinkhole happened. And i remember getting a notification on the phone while i was in class and i saw afterwards. A sinkhole had happened at the national museum. That's mariah hughes. She works in the museum's marketing department. Now not long after this happened when the museum was opened to the public. I actually came to see this in cold before they started doing any of the construction. So when you walked into that scott on really you could see all of these damaged. Cars a very large hole filled with dirt and car parts and flooring and carpet signs and stanchions. And then all around it. You could see really museum visitors mourning. The loss of the corvettes fell into this

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Jatinga Bird Deaths

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:36 min | 2 months ago

Jatinga Bird Deaths

"Why during monsoon season between august and october between six and nine pm would come hurtling down by the dozens. I haven't met dr chowdhary in person. But there's something. I love about imagining this. Avian sherlock holmes don quixote figure chasing after birds to understand why. They're flying to their deaths interesting. I started visiting. Judging does instrument the bar for nine all the local say goes is started long. The naga tribes. It's not just something that the village residents experienced with their own eyes. It was also the stuff of legend part of the local law that was handed down between generations. Then this utterly founded start slang towards them at night as a better man than the day. Think about that the descent of the birds with someone tent so overwhelming that it cleared out the villages previous population. The people of gitonga couldn't live with it. Maybe because it was inconvenient or maybe it was just the really ominous vibe regardless gitonga remained abandoned for a long time until a new population resettled in nineteen. O five we don't know why these people came. Perhaps they were just taking advantage of the available land but once they settled an experienced their first monsoon season. Something really fascinating happened. A new story emerged expedients phenomena. That's all that. It is a got some so dan startup killing by ding. The birdseed bamboo poles and phenomenon started since the gitanas new inhabitants. So the same falling birds. As the very reason to stay to them it was anything but a frightful or ominous omen was an offering. It was free food gift from the gods. It was as they say a bird in the hand. A new narrative took hold that the birds were willing themselves out of the sky handing themselves. Over to the villagers people started referring to the phenomenon as the gitonga bird suicides

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"They could be a picture of that in a gym. That said don't do this. This is what we mean when we when teddy atlas runs his mouth on. Espn talking about taking pictures and hells and this is what he means you know. Full plunging end stand. Dnc would have did and he got caught with a left hook. I mean it was. It was unbelievable. It was it was just that that mistake and the funny thing about it before that was in the first round unbelievable i fell back and forth Incredible like hearns hagler back and forth but in the first round oliveira goes straight back. Which you shouldn't do go straight backstage compared to the punch. I always say if you're going to run state back. No you're going to get onto dawn track. So he goes straight back and gets caught. A left hook by. Charlie gets hurt and he gets dropped. That in the second round channel is turned to break one of the rules. One of the technical rules in my book. At least there's rules and one of the rules you move up to your last point. You don't take pictures. he takes. A picture got caught. And i just take. I'm not gonna get ahead of things not but after you win. You fight mcgregor I just think in. Obviously you're gonna fight him for the title. And i'm thinking that you guys are like a mirror that's for me from for my for my background in justify game there's a lot of similarities with you and oliver. Your bolt always impressively set to punch. You never had a position. He's always balanced. He's always set to punch power. he's never off balanced. And you're the same way you always set the punch with power. But here's the funny thing. I said this to you on the air. Sometimes you take pictures after your punch. You gotta move after your punch and you said to me. yes steady. Matter of fact you said my coach yells at me about that all the time too so the funny thing is to to use. I know i'm getting added things but boy oh boy that would be some something to save because you have to save straits and sometimes the same weaknesses or the same mistakes that will be finan- and a race it forget it. I'm sorry i don't wanna do anything to take you away from your mindset where where it is but that that's kept past this one that be a helpful fight. I was gonna say teddy becoming the bob woodward of ama trying to get dustin to reveal his strategy for comment journalism. No i would never do anything to hurt him of course not. That's that's why. I told i told greg. Turn down the sound for a minute. We exchanged texts before the oliveira chandler fight and i said he liked tonight. He said you said tough call. I think all of area has more ways to win but doesn't have some issues sometimes. Still thank all of air is going to get it done. You will right. Obviously right on the screws because in first round. It looked exactly like you said. Sometimes he doesn't sometimes he can make mistakes like teddy just said going straight back and he almost paid for it but then he showed his toughness in that comeback was incredible handle is let me tell you. I have to piggyback off of what ken said. I thought that when you're done with this you're going to be a damn good analysts. You are appreciate that give me. I'm ready to give it. I'm telling you because obviously articulate intelligent. Listen whether it was. Mma ufc mma. Or boxing i always say that. I understand the talent the ability that you have to have the work ethic staff to develop that ability to technique that has to go with that ability to properly transport it into your arena. The right way. Nobody understands that better than me. I i mean i get that. But what separates setup all the time. Emma may as brutal at look says it is boxing. The same thing it's the. Iq you have to be smart. You have to be small. You guys are smart. That's i keep saying that. Because i used to always be the i dunno the defender of that in boxing. Like you guys should understand the top fighters it's guys had separated. There's part of that separation is i q. They're smart they they they understand that. If you just a guy who's tough and ain't gonna make it. It ain't gonna make it that'll get you far and then it'll get you hurt. That's what toughness will get this. Is bingo thinking thinking. Man's business at the highest level. You know you have to be on top of everything exactly exactly and anyway. That's why right away. When when ken sent me what you had said About to you. Know your thoughts about that alabama and and And channel fight the right away. I said yeah that sounds right. That sounds right and it played out exactly right. I think we we saw a new wrinkle to oliveras. Well if he was down he he he just couldn't rally himself back into the fight. This fight he was down almost finished in the i came back. So he's showing he's a true world he's a true champion and this guy has i was gonna jump on one hundred experience experience. You keep learning when a whittled lose. See that's the thing that diverge divide you guys for boxing. Because it's not a death sentence if you lose a fight. Boxing home are his. I don't know and then the managers don't allow they keep the fighters from getting the fights that you've got that all got to make you better. The fight said you loss but they made you better. They made it possible for you to beat conor mcgregor. They made it possible for him to beat schadler because he had those because the managers were not afraid to take that fight because they might get a loss or they thought about was no. They're going to get better. This is what we need. And as we'll fight is neat boxes. And they don't get it quite often nato gear and then they have to learn have to learn. You have to get that experience whether you whittled. Sometimes you gotta lose to win. You have to get that experience so you become a better fighter. That's what matters and then the end you get the payoff but a lot of times these managers and box in the pros. They protect their record. Okay looks beautiful. Fifteen watson ice seventeen. Oh beautiful. Twenty four and then. Finally you fight a veteran guide the real deal and bang. You got a problem because you didn't get the fight. You needed to improve in those areas. I got a point out. I was gonna save it for a podcast after we do the interview with you but i'm not saving it. I'm going to bring it out right now. All right i wanna. I wanna talk to you directly about this. Because i'm sure once. I open it up. You're going to say yeah. Oh yeah you know what that whole fight came down to the whole fight the whole fight. That was when he got dropped because he pulled straight back that he got hit with the right hand on the side of the head and all of an echo screw. Yup we understand that and olivera went down the whole fight. Dustin disease it when he was on a floor..

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U.S. Space Force Missile-Warning Satellite Rockets Into Orbit

America's First News

01:21 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Space Force Missile-Warning Satellite Rockets Into Orbit

"Missile warning satellite for the space force rocketed toward orbit Tuesday. It was the fifth in a serious of space based infrared systems satellites. Mento replace the longtime defense support program Constellation of Surveillance satellites. United Launch Alliance set the Atlas Five rocket toward Cape Canaveral are from, I should say well from from big difference from Cape Canaveral. Space force stations. All right. Let's get to that launch 543 at listen to lift off lift off line that was five rocket with fifth space based in friend System satellite, the United States Space Force. 15 seconds into flight. He's gone too closely Controlled engine operating parameters. Continue. Look good. You're hearing the voice of Patrick Moore providing launch vehicle that data. Those will keep getting the pitch over. Program body. Rachel. Good. Good to your pressure on both of us are bees. Lockheed Martin one a $1.86 billion contract for the satellite and the next one that's due to launch next year. They're intended for an orbit 22,300 miles high.

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Mike the Headless Chicken

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Mike the Headless Chicken

"How did mike. The normal chicken one of a billion normal chickens. How did he become like headless chicken. So it's nineteen forty five and there is a farmer named lloyd olsen who farms in colorado and. He raises chickens. He's slaughtering chickens for market and he grabs one five-month-old checking and chop set off and the next morning. He loads up his wagon to go to town to sell these chickens and he notices that one is still alive so this is a thing of heard of right like running around like a chicken with your head cut off. It is something that happens rate. If this happens when you cut a chickens head off this has been happening. Since people have been cutting chickens heads off which is like a long time. I chicken with its head cut off. Usually they live about fifteen minutes. Max but mike was moving around and this. This just continued for days. What made mike special. How did this even work. There's a couple of different theories over the years. One is that you know. When olson dropped the axe on mike it only cut off basically his face and a little bit of his skull and so he was walking around with eighty percent of his brain and that controlled his digestive system his breathing so all of the necessary functions were still there and other people think that perhaps a lucky blood clot kept him from bleeding to death so quickly and so they think that kind of the combination of those two factors kept him alive and moving around for the next few months so as much as this was sort of a an oddity it was also a little bit of a science or like medical mystery. I honestly think that's why people are still interested in him is because it is a mystery. He was in his own right. Kind of like a wonder if kind of terrible one

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Belgium's Sourdough Library

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Belgium's Sourdough Library

"Is where i get to introduce you to. Carl met. Who runs the sour dough library in belgium on the baker Confectioner and when i started to work for the company i started as a test baker in the lab. I immediately got interested by this. Though that i never seen before i i read about it and we had some theoretical explanation school about sourdot but to actually never made one so being a baker. You want to know more about what's going on in there and then you start feeding it. Then you see bumbling and it's alive it's like a pet when you big brentwood that it's so different than when you make breath just with yeast and then when you when you start getting into sour dough. Will you see that there is a lot of things that are undiscovered and so that that there is an amazing work that can be done so carl sounds. He was working in a test kitchen. Yeah and it's actually really funny because you know you'd think that like his he'd worked for some like artisanal bakery but like pure does the company that owns the sour dough library is just a huge industrial baking supply company and pretty early on they wanted to sell sour dough making supplies and so they started researching using a sample of sour dough from san francisco. Of course would this one. I have a very special relationship because it was my my very first cy widow. I saw my life. And so i started refreshing it then i i had to bake with it and then we decided to do a study on sour dough. And it's this one. It's a sour dough from ulta meurah in the south of italy and this is a sour dough that has been around for probably more than two thousand years. 'cause he has been described in a book from horatio was a roman poets

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The Institute of Illegal Images

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

The Institute of Illegal Images

"According to mark mcleod the origins of blotter art come from the criminalization of lsd. Lsd was originally distributed at liquid before becoming illegal in all fifty states after nineteen sixty. Six underground drug dealers. Started using something called blotter sheets. They dip these paper sheets and lsd and let them dry then they cut it up and sell it that way pretty soon. They were printing artwork onto these blotter sheets and eventually artists were designing images specifically for the broader sheets. They were fun. Little codes clues as to where the blotter might have come from and who might have made it. And it's all this blotter. Art mark mcleod collects and displays in the blotter barn. The barn is just the a skeletal formation of the entire history of blotter which has a very small history from november nineteen. Sixty eight to return and i tried to get examples with sprint across. I put the. I fit up there. A judge Have a skeletal formation. That you can hang more flesh on each blotter. Sheet is divided into perforated taps or pits and each tab about a quarter of an inch across sometimes a portrait spread out among several tabs on the same sheet like a mosaic or a multi piece puzzle other times. An entire image fits within one tiny tab and it's best seen beneath a magnifying glass. Either way the images from many different artists are impressively detailed and precise. There's a portrait of the pharaoh. Mikhail gorbachev in nate picture of alice peeking through the looking glass. These are just some of the tens of thousands of images on display. Mark doesn't even have a full count

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Living in The 49th Parallel

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Living in The 49th Parallel

"Hi you have reached. The alice obscure podcasts. I'm going to leave me a message about a strange unusual or surprising. Place that happens to be near where you grew up or where you live. Now hi patty mccaskey and we live in kind of time-warp it's a small fishing village. Just a few sips south of the canadian border It's still very much fishing village Both right and fisher native people go out fishing every day and night that they're allowed and really a free move the founder. The diesel engines. There's nothing that's going on today. haven't grown on. It takes me back clouds thousands of years. He can see the way the life just continues on the way it always has something very timeless about one of the cool things about playing. Is that in the late nineteenth century. This is where the americans and the british. I bet to establish the forty nineth parallel separating our two countries and mercury number one is right outside. Live on my sailboat Outside i can see it from my my vote. And then they took it across the country across the forty ninth parallel all the way out to i guess newfoundland We also have the peace arch and that is A beautiful monument celebrating the longest undefended border international border on earth. That's kind of cool. I wasn't born here We sailed up here. Six years ago thinking we would continue unto alaska and then go down to mexico but there is something captivating about this place. There's just something that brings the past allies. Thank you bye.

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The Thousand-Year Rose

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

The Thousand-Year Rose

"So. This is almost smack dab in the center of germany which means it's smack dab in the center of continental europe and in medieval times. It was an important spot for the bronze industry they exported works all over but the thing that really put it on the map the rose as with any good myth. There are a few different versions of this origin story. But here's a popular. Take on it back in the eight hundred. There's a guy named charlemagne charles. The great he was one of those old school emperors ruled over huge parts of europe and he was also one of those emperors who took his christianity very seriously. You don't have to know who the saxons are. But when charlemagne conquered them he decreed that the either had to become christians or be put to death his son and heir was called louis the pious and in the year eight fifteen louis was enjoying himself on a hunt in central germany. When he got pretty badly lost louis was trying to find his bearings when he happened upon a wild rose bush that was blooming right through the snow. We couldn't believe his eyes and his crew caught up with him. He told them he wanted to build a cathedral. They're dedicated to the virgin mary. In according to legend he was actually carrying. Some of mary's remains with him in the rose is very important and the story of the foundation of sign in combination with a reliquary with relics of the virgin. Mary and so. It was told that the virgin mary and is. We'll protect this place. That's kouadio director of the cathedral's museum when she says reliquary. She means the spot within the cathedral where mary's remains are held that and the rose turned hildesheim into a pretty big deal pretty quickly.

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Amazon Buying Atlas 5 Rockets to Launch Its Internet Satellites

Sean Hannity

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Amazon Buying Atlas 5 Rockets to Launch Its Internet Satellites

"Amazon is making a bigger investment in the space Internet business. It has secured Atlas five rockets, nine of them as part of a plan to launch more than 3200 satellites. Amazon will have to catch up with Starling by Space X, which is already testing satellite Internet in remote

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Giant Statues of US Presidents' Heads Are Crumbling in Virginia

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Giant Statues of US Presidents' Heads Are Crumbling in Virginia

"If you're wondering who has both the patience and the skills to sculpt giant busts of every president. I'd like you to meet david aspects. Okay i was in world war two. Remember that one so all the papers. David's originally from texas but he served in the army air corps during world war two and that brought them to france he always been artistic kid who doodling in the margins of notebooks. But it'd be embarrassed in seeing it all as a young man said man. This is where. I want to be. So i finish service and then took my gi bill to do two years embarrassed. David addicts was primarily a painter. But over time he started to work in sculpture as well and in nineteen ninety-four four. He got his biggest commission to sculpt a sixty seven foot. Tall statue. Of sam houston. The city's namesake and former governor and president of texas in one of the things that david loved about sculpting sam houston was working on the head and specifically the is head is about twelve feet tall and i get looking in his eyes and i love the way it's gone looks right at you. It was a big job so in the middle of it. David decided to take a little break. Go on a road trip. Take a quick vacation to visit friends in canada and driving. Back home decided mount rushmore. Everybody knows what it is. But i've never seen it but man i was well by that in the sixty feet tall but disappointed that you couldn't get closer to them. Look in their eyes. The is to david. The is were what helped him make the sculpture more than just a piece of stone. And so as you looked up at the president's carved into mount rushmore. He got an idea. Wouldn't it be great to do the president. Not just the four of those but all of them were forty three hundred that and not that big sixty feet but the about twenty. So that's what they the idea of building a whole set of the president's heads

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Washington Nationals Park sits empty after coronavirus delays opening day

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Washington Nationals Park sits empty after coronavirus delays opening day

"Right into this day together after several players contract, coronavirus said, remains unclear this Friday morning when opening day will actually take place for the Washington nationals. But while disappointed they need to wait a bit longer Restaurants near the ballpark. ER, ready to play ball on Jackie just behind Nance. Park owner Dmitry Choke, Holden says in preparation for fans firing away. We are cleaning. We are updating things and you know, onward and upward. Justin Cox is the CEO of Atlas Brew works, which has had a tough go opening at the start of the pandemic. We had based the whole business model upon having 80 whatever home games at the ballpark every year. His hope is that the games will finally start and things will pick up for them. And even with the pandemic limitations, we know that This will be over at some point, and when it is, we're going to be doing really well near Nats Park. Mike

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Patriots Players Wondered Whether They Could Depend on Jimmy Garoppolo

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Patriots Players Wondered Whether They Could Depend on Jimmy Garoppolo

"Was a story today Pro football talk where a former tight end for the patriots. Who was there with jimmy g. In new england he said the patriots players thought he was good but they knew they thought he was too fragile. They didn't think he could stay healthy. His name was jermaine wiggins jermaine wiggins. He said the players thought. Here's a quote they used to look at jimmy g. a little sideways like he kind of a little bit. Mr glass can't really depend on him character. can i looked at him sideways. Because he took porn stores out to restaurants for dinner that started in san francisco. Okay hump to say but he rob when brady was out for those four games suspension for gay or cheating for yup cheating. Whatever he play he played two games. Got hurt so my point is jimmy g. Come on you can't say a thing. 'cause you can't stay on the field if i'm having my ears my his back to you. Yes he can because because his point is He's had some injuries. Things happen chris but when he does play you win at a high clip. And you did. You weren't a super bowl. and yes. Did he missed past. Chris yes he did but the reason. They lost the super bowl because of coaching

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:49 min | 4 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Get inside and quite frankly francis let them gone. You'll let them yeah. Part of it is tire. Let them and. I don't think he's going to be letting them get in. You know he's gonna charge from the price of admission to you. Know and that prices medallion steep so cut. That could knock your socks off for sure. And i mean he's buzzed them a few times and like you said cormie knocked him out cold. So it'll be interesting to see how that chins hold around. The state's got last round three thirty left in the fight. v rocket. see the ref telling them to keep them. Action moving but francis is so tired and steep is just leaning on them going for the take down again. Francis looked like almost got him in a guillotine. Jeez yeah guilty. Scott in that front headlock wrestling move. But i'm sure that steve baby and a wrestles perfectly comfortable being in their very hard chill wrestlers. They very very rarely will tap could have looked dangerous. Let me tell you i would. Yeah that's funny you comfortable in there. I wouldn't be too comfortable and add tell you that much god. These restless man like dc in those guys they were. The guys who were elite wrestling day seem perfectly comfortable with someone hanging on their now. Of course they know little nuances. They know how exactly it's the little things to make safe. And actually remember. Dustin had khabib guillotine in his fi in his title fight. And i was pleased but there was a part of me. That's like does no way. Could people die before he taps from a joke. You can tell both guys here exhausted and both guys faces are a mess and stuff. You just touched on this stuff. You can't teach yup exactly like you would say being comfortable in an uncomfortable environment someone trying to choke you unconscious and again you see. Those little faints worked really well because he got he got into the on. Utah bite on it to start something. He stepped out and then step back in their little fate. They're just a little fainted. Hold them to keep them in place to let them dig substance common so he could you know he will and then he comes in when he wants. Say that's what the faith does it sets that up. You don't know what's it's coming when it's not coming next time. That's what i was alluding to earlier. Double the hard thing for francis here is when you gassed all technique and everything is out the window and you just in kind of survival mode again. Little kicks to the leg to keep them from being set. He's moving now kind of like a traditional boxer keeping a big guy who can punch. He knows steve only chance that he knows. He's got the fi one. He knows the only thing could loses if he gets caught a bomb so he's moving to the side and he's smart whereas he moving he's moving for the most farwell a loose a minute ago. He was moved to the right away from the right hand of Ganja but he's out of range he's using fades he's tapping him in the legs get. He's moving to the right away from the right hand of ganja you'll you know the pump pow punch He's he's giving them angles where he the big can't get set to punch you know it's is like prefab defense for him right now. You know like you said he's so far out of range you can get away with move into either. Yeah steve and probably going to keep them tied up here for the rest of the round leaning on him on the food. Fight plan by Really really smart and what he had to kick out the legs a little get set move a little bit strata punches. Catch them in between a fat punches to wide punches. You know i'd gone. You gotta go see the butcher. See the goto goto was butcher at. Cut some fat off those punches. That's that's one of the things he's got to do. Cut cut some fat off those punches. And again i think he's going to be served by this by the three years that he's had To grow to grow and to learn and to to be better emotionally mentally equipped for the moment you know. Yeah i think just even the little things that you worked with him on on with him in the gym. You could see little improvements just in a couple of hours. You're in there with them. I could see it anyway. So it'll be interesting to see how he What kind of game plan he comes with because obviously steep is a great boxer but he's also an elite wrestler so curious to see how see improved. Oh you're right. can you see. There's a key very little subtle but to explain to the people a moment ago. A jump a moment ago. And gone you mr punch and you could see that you don't need teddy atlas attire and shook was able to to get in on them but but the key wasn't that the punch was wrong. It wasn't really a bad punch. He drew from to close. He didn't get full extension on his punches. He's a big tall guy. This time he wants to get full extension where you keep me or check on the outside with his still danger but if you told from too close and you miss now now he could get into and that's what he wants. He wants to get into you safely so you keep him outside to keep you get full extension on your punches. You're and gone you'll and you keep them at a disadvantage where now to get in. He's gotta go fool bed neighborhood again. He's gotta take risks to get in. You didn't help or by voter from to close where you allow them to get it. It's going to be very important for what i just saw here for and guide you to get folks on his punches uses jab to to control the rhythm of the fight get that jab work and keep them on the outside. Keep them from shooting. Get your punches straightened out. Don't be loading up on the big ones and set the table as i said earlier with the jab where it keeps you position so when you throw the other.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"About having it's about having the answers to the questions you have the answers already. You know that you could depend on yourself. You know what it takes you know how important a mental part. I say seventy five percent. I don't know maybe in your business. It's eighty percent but the mental part is so important and part of the mental. Part is knowing what you can do knowing you could depend on yourself. Prepare to make the right choices in a very difficult place. And that's what the sparring for early like. You went through and what we talked about with. Tyson with with all fighters. Yes you do need it early. Yes you need. You need to milk early to make a bold strong for later but you needed early to learn about yourself to understand what it's about to know that you could make the right choices but once you get enough of it to the point where you have those answers where you understand what it takes. You don't need it as much. Yeah not at all earth. I'm gonna start telling people about milk. Yeah i like to see you do a milk commercial. You know because it would be an note mustache here when i get teddy max. We want to be sensitive the time we know you've got a lot of media to do today so we want to welcome you into the fraternity of friends of the fight with teddy atlas. We've had a handful of guys on here. We try to stick with good quality people. We've had a lot of people reach out to be on the show and we try to get the best guys in and out of the ring and obviously you fit the bill. It's been a pleasure talking to you. You're welcome anytime. Thanks so much for the time today. Really appreciate you know it is man. Thank you guys so much teddy can at is. This is a fun one. I love listening to you guys. I listened to the show here. And there whenever i teddy. You guys played the clip. So i got nothing but love for you guys man. You guys know what you're talking about in the way you guys you know. We don't choose random random guys to be on stuff too. I i love honest and truthful and and real good character people and thank you so much. Thank you keep being the champion. You are in and out of the gun. I keep say all right. Thanks max appreciate you..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:58 min | 7 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"You see the way. He's he's fatigued. Hook as fallen in there and what is he doing. Who's got the edge here. The guy coming in or the guy staying back to guy stay back not necessarily the guy beat aggressive that we take for granted because the guy stayed back pori had his feet set and he was able to catch him as he came in he was able to time on the way head with his feet. Set with the other guy was groping. The other guy was reaching at a red. Daddy read that body like which and he stood dating. Go at him and he let him he let hook do some of his work form. Walk into shots that he could time him as he walked in. Yeah and you get the sense here. That hooker definitely wants to fight on the ground. because he's so tired dustin getting the better of on the feet now well how those a little subtle move on the inside. Doesn't let go and let it go. I wonder if he's going to do it again. He's gonna suddenly let go. And then let the punches call. He does that. Well you know. Have you net grip and then you kinda let up a little thick and okay. We're going to have a little break here. And then as you let up out of that grip hit head toward a couple. Short shot satcher. This round is poor. Because i mean not just because we'll will witnessing you know obviously as far as strategically and what he's doing but he just looks a little more control themselves doesn't he. Then then hawker for sure. Yeah i mean it looks to me like hocus trying to buy time in trying to stay busy. That was a smart card hookers. Leaning forward doesn't true an uppercut in there. See i always the toilet guy. The hookers grappling off timed them on the way in. He didn't let him just get a free got him now now. He's looking for that. That that choke. I don't know that hooker is thrown a punch in the last two or three. What's keeping on. I guess hookers keeping his chin low enough. We can't quite get that on the need to on. The he's got is back to the cage so dust and really can't get leverage on. Yeah see now. He's got his own not quite but by just staying down there. He gave up the round. Wow wow he-here's he earned it. I was a hell of heared dad round one it. Yeah i mean and we're going to get the see both guys in action on the twenty-third. Wow i forgot how good that fight was also this lessons to be learned at all times one of the lessons for does centers to offer watching this one time to learn going into the rematch with mcgregor as don't do the things that hook it did that became available for you to take advantage of like reaching in. Yeah you know what. I mean like when reached in that was able to happen. You know where poor was able to time him and that's something that mcgregor does so well as he gets should reach in. And you know it's funny. Everyone to look at mcgregor says go get your guy because the results at the end of the day way scores knockouts in striking. But he's a counterpuncher and look at. Why was i was unbelievable that he was able to take those shots. I mean just a chin on these guys. I mean candies. Are ten ounce gloves on his hand. See these four ounce. I wonder sometimes. I wonder if and four out as the selection of the punches and soul point he was in close. What's he do. He selects An uppercut because he was leaning forward. Yeah see see the. There's a shorter guy out jab in the toilet guy and as the left hand because the taller guy is allowed him into his area and to an area he a taller guy. Theoretically shouldn't let you into. He knew he knew he. I mean you see right here you you could usually see who knows. Oh yeah and. I think that's what he was saying. There were five. The fifth round was to win it for me. I think that's for sure but that's to me. That's what he would have meant five in other words. It wasn't a four round fight. It was a five hour fight. And i took the fifth round. Great fight applauds to both first of all respect. Kudos just admiration to both guys. So both guys yeah. Tremendous looking forward to see him. Both guys in action. That was a lot of fun teddy. Thanks for doing this. And thanks for being with us guys. If you want to see some more fight breakdowns. Please send us a message. Is share the links. Let us know who else. You wanna see us breakdown or who you want to see teddy to breakdown. Thank steady. my pleasure of finished with this guy's if you want a certain picture up there just let. Ken nolan all right guys. Thanks for being with us..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:40 min | 9 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Five people were worried about his well-being health. Yes how i don't get in there and it's gonna go right right. I'll do the small and so you know he walks away. I mean he thought he won and he just walked away says that say no. You didn't do the right thing. I'm gone. I mean that's the that's the man. More good stories for boxing from the seventies and eighties. Coming up now with tony danza. Right so i wanna throw on a spectrum. You can text seven six to seven eight and make a donation to the atlas foundation. But let's get to it and we'll talk. Dan's big star of course huge boxing fence and good stories. Here you and ken with tony danza. Here we go all right joining us on the program. Now we've got the triple threat. Man can act. He can dance he can box. He was automated for an emmy and golden globe. He was nine and three as a professional fighter with nine. Big winds coming inside the distance. None other than brooklyn's own tony danza. Tony welcome to the show a good to see. Thank you pleasure to have you tony. Thanks for being here for this occasion at came about because covet. We can no longer do the dinners fundraiser. Yeah i'm gonna miss the dinner. I want you to know. Because i really enjoy those those nights it just See a lot of people have seen the book but it's always a lot of fun Took good night. We get a thousand people. We get fifty sixty celebrities like yourself to help us raise money and you always just wanted to tell you thank you. Thank you for always being there. Teddy i think i think the work that you do and Is is really really important and I think you know one of the things that i think that becomes more and more evident to you as you grow older is that you really do have a responsibility to try to leave the world a little better than you found it especially if you have the means to do that and and your continuing efforts i can't tell you how many people tell me how they've been held by you and your in the organization so so congratulations. Keep up the good work. All you know the old saying you can't do it alone. That's for sure and it takes people like you to help us do it to raise the funds the resources at i. I can't say it enough times All the things can just set your emmy. All those things emmy award winner. Great dancer great actor. You're good fight a good puncher but you'll good person. You're a great person the most important thing to do. And that's the most important thing especially today but i figured it all times To be the best human being you can be and you've you've found a way to do that so a matter of fact i'll i'll mention one or the stories in a room for the people out there. That are listening so they understand why we're asking you to donate money where you might not be familiar with the foundation. This is you know a different audience and national audience so this might be the first time you're hearing something about it but you've been net tony in a room with all the stories to people pouring their hearts out come and doing testimonials about how they've been helped and what they needed and there was a mom one one year. Who was there with a five year. Old boy From brooklyn and he got more by a pit bull dog and he got disfigured and seven surgeries later to reconstruct his face. He went back to school five years old and he came home and he told his mother. You know. I don't have friends anymore and break your heart and we got in touch with them. We found out about it. We got in touch with them and we let them know that we've found a place that has a whole bunch of friends. Were waiting to meet him. And it was called disneyworld and ready to fly hem his sister his brother his grandmother and his mother to disneyworld for week to beat his new friends and what it was all over with. The mother said. That's the first time since this tragic situation. That i've seen a smile came back. And that's you only that's you. That's the celebrities. Has all the people in that room that bring attention to the foundation of bring money to the foundation and it's all the people out there always that ticket. Baya table whatever. It is an auction item. that that allow us to do that and again. Thank you tony. The bottom of my heart full always being that person out. I want you to ted. I mean i. I do a lot of this stuff of course but this is a special one and you're right those nights there listening to those. Some of those stories is just incredible. Anytime any w w valuable kid. I'm in you know. Because i really think that's the thing that's really is the different from when we were kids is how much harder it is to be a young kid anymore. I mean i just think my goodness i. I grew up stress-free east new york brooklyn which is by the way right there that you could grow up stress-free east new york in brooklyn at that time you know. It's just a different way and i just worry that we are expecting all these kids to grow up well adjusted. I used to do this. Joke in my. I said we listened to nothing. Our generation listed nothing beloved songs. Gotta have find love. Love must have loved and look how we turned out. So you gotta be concerned about what we're do into our kids and and so when you hear the stories of would go to smiles to that kind of That kind of adversity and you had a hand in making that possible and you. That's that's that's what life's about you know we all. We all had add than it like. i said. i can't thank you enough. You always there. And i'll jump into change the subject jump into your career a little bit and let the fans out. There knows something. I don't know that they they might have heard about. What is the legend story. The legendary story true that your career got started. Your magnificent career got started where you are fighter training at.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:02 min | 9 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Dinner everybody good evening. It's the fight with teddy atlas on brian. Kenny teddy honored to be with you here. It's great to be back with you. This also doubles as the teddy night. This is the teddy dinner for the doctor theodore atlas foundation dinner. Were doing this. Virtually it's great to be with you tonight. Would you always find. Feel like i'm back. Espn days not quite no. I mean we're downstairs when my basement. Maybe it's appropriate to be in a shelter. It's different it's different like joe biden's presidential campaign in the basement all summer right. Big things can happen right here in the basement. You never know teddy than comparison right. This is look at the different year. We know this. This is the twenty fourth year of the teddy dinner And this is not the way we envisioned it and one of the highlights of the year is getting everybody together here on staten island. Where it's a. It's a raucous affair. I'm not used to being heard. And hey people quiet please. We don't have to do that tonight. it's just us but we miss you all. We miss everybody. But it's important that we're all here tonight and that we all give and that we help. It's not a year to give up right. It's a year that you can still help. But it's year that we're still here together and we're helping each other and we wanna help the foundation. help all the people out there so with that teddy. I know it has been a very different year. No people are shut in quarantined. A lot of people do need help. They're in their homes and they need help. What type of year hasn't been for the foundation. We lost oil fundraisers. That's good right to it. You know we. We always saw talk directly to what needs to be talked to without the people without help without the resources. foundation that continues to cap but we are empty in areas. That ah foundation can't be empty in the areas where we can put forward to things that have to be forward whether it's checks whether supplies whether it was machinery for child whether it's buying a handicapped ramp putting a handicap ad. Men for single. Mom has a sick child. Muscular dystrophy. I was just thinking of one of them You need the ability to purchase things to make those things happen. You know it starts with an idea it starts with a thought it starts from here all you guys know that i always say every year prien that yeah the name. The monica vista the atlas foundation named after pretty good. Pretty good man of 'em allowed to say that myself. If you know use my father. I always say i would have done it if i was able to. Even if he wasn't my father knowing what. I knew what he did for people for humanity but it could be everybody's name attached to it all the people that have been important in life that have made a difference in your life the people out there whether it was a father of any parent A neighbor a coach. A teacher uncle anybody that you knew was a giving person you knew. There was a person that found the way to help somebody that had matted. It's memory that's the one great thing about this foundation when we're all there together that night a thousand office with all that noise but all that emotion yeah although feelings yup and everybody has said think of that person and you given for that person for you for a for what that person made mention your life. How they how they move life how they change your life how they impacted your life for the people as fairy potty. It's a foundation we can all share and we have to do a different this year as you said so. We lost all fundraisers we lost. This is a major one but we lost the comedy night. We lost bowling night. We lost a golf outing We lost all of those things so we hope that this we need this. We need this more than ever and the funny thing about this terrible virus. That came along was that won't stripped away things. I just said some of the things of how we help. It didn't strip away the need. i wish i did. But that increased so during this time we were still able to enact new programs because we had to. We had no choice. I mean what are you going to say no. We don't say no by the way you kind of learned people do as well jumping people. Ask me well. What does the foundation do. You know what i'm talking about. Ball players to bring him down. You know go to the dinner. And i i think the simplest way of putting it. The foundation helps people. You have a need you go immediately now red tape or anything else you cut through it. You go and you help people. So what new things we doing this year. Food pantry citizens they're the most impacted the most vulnerable and the most scared can't get out of the projects can't get out of their apartments can't get out of their homes and So it made sense so we started a full pantry feeding senior citizens. Have you week since to start Menial workers people that have families people that worked there backsides. Whether it's dishwashers whether it's waiters. Whatever but they're impacted like everyone else. They've lost their. They still have bills they still have bounce to feed and guess what they don't have they don't have unemployment. They don't have government Help like everybody else like most people. Thank god right but they they fall between the cracks. All we'll take a get up and we've been taking care though. We don't scream from a mountaintop about it because a pretty flat. There's a couple of hills some way try but you know but with screaming now right. This is a chance to put that voice out there and To blow that that horn that that call to arms. Well that's what i would tell people tonight then because there have been there's virtual gal is that you have to do you know this is basically the virtual dinner event. Yes let people can still help and help the foundation and the foundation can help and you can help and you can text.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Keep his feet away from the fence and make it happen in the center of the Octagon. If it happens there I think he's GonNa win this. Interesting Tony Ferguson. All Hartman all hard I think his technique in his. Rhythm. And cadence is is off. It's it's unusual. It's unusual timing. His movements are unorthodox. He makes a lot of mistakes, but it is believing himself carries him through a lot of tough situations. And last one D as. A fighter spider. I don't know the guy personally we. Had, you know words over social media before we were supposed to fight for once, but every time he fights I'm going to tune in, and there's something magnetic about his fighting style. That is why he has the fan base, and that he has, but I'll I'd love to. Last last one whole. Hey, value teammates got a big one coming up. He's in tough against US man who spends a minus three hundred and five dollar favorite hoyas PAT plus two forty five. What are your thoughts on the fights? short-notice fights in Abu Dhabi a lot of variables working against Mazda Vidal. But what are your thoughts i? Mean obviously you're pulling for them. Like what should we look for in that one you know? It's a short notice because he wasn't. He didn't have a contract sign, but let me tell you what this guy was there. My whole training camp was my main sparring partner. We probably put in five weeks of sparring together. He flew in wrestlers the best wrestlers in the world. I think they put him up the guys there just for George just for Macedonia us and the guy never stopped training, even when the fight fell through and gave it to burn. It was at the end of my training camp. George was still in the gym everyday like he had a fight avenue if he knew something that we didn't, but the guy was in training camp. The whole time never stopped. I think he's going to surprise a lot of people. What kind of shape he's in? His timing is going to be good because he was in the in my camp the whole time you know. Helping a few guys, not just me. He was helping a few guys. He's in invite shape I know that much. This isn't a guy coming off the couch. This is a guy who was preparing to fight youth. In the fell through and any training. Like I said I don't know if he just had a premonition, but had a feeling, but he was in the gym nonstop, so I'm excited for music, good guy and a pioneer of martial arts so great to see him. Get these opportunity you. You just made that line in Vegas drop. We're GONNA get our bets in before this comes out teddy. Don't say anything. Well, thanks, thanks for introducing US to or hey. By the way we had him on the show, it was a huge hit him and teddy got along famous fabulously. It was awesome to meet him and I can't thank you enough for putting us in contact. My Pleasure Man I knew you guys will get along he's. He's a guy who's finally like this guy has been a you know he's. He's well-spoken. He's fun to watch. There's something about his character. That kind of draws you in and makes you want to see more, and he's been like that for years and years and I'm just so happy to see him finally. Get the push in for for the fan base in the company to finally recognize. The guy's value because man, he's an incredible fighter. Funny Guy, a hard worker. You know it's good. Things are happening to good people for sure, and or does one of those men. Yeah. Well listen I WANNA be sensitive to your time I know you're on vacation. Really appreciate a teddy. You got anything else before. We say goodbye to Dustin Yeah. Just tell you wife and child again your daughter, thank you and sorry for keeping you off the beach. Where you really should be. Head steady with two guys like we can't. We appreciate you appreciate. You are not just fuller doing the ring for. Would you do outside doing so? Thank you. Thank you and thanks for everything you do as. Your legend always have time to think to you guys. Thank you for for the Thank you. Thanks Dustin and I just want to remind everyone. Please check out the good fight group DOT. com, good fight group, dot com, and you can see all the good things that Dustin in his crew down Lafayette of doing for the people down there and Dustin. Thank you very much for doing this. Really appreciate you hope to fans enjoy it. In thanks, everyone for listening. Thank you for the support. Teddy. Thanks for doing what other what other thing one last think goes down you still there. Yeah. Verbs allows punch. All right. Thank you guys. Are, you toss. Cement dust and thanks and that was excellent. Thank you. Off! Name..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"As guys said. Almost kinda belonged to a fraternity. kind of like the Burris or the US's I know you're not out on the battlefield, and I have all the. Guys have respected special special special special blades, and they never out there and there's a good chance. They don't come home. I mean you talk about nobility being noble in Talk About Ana Oh. My I mean come on, you talk about you know giving of yourself. There's no more giving of yourself than to fight for the principles of the country for other people. To keep those principles attack to keep those freedoms attack knowing that you truly all GonNa. Give everything. You're ready to give everything that just sweat and blood but everything. But. When those guys go on a battlefield I really believe that does the next to. The code of honor that they exist with with the meant, let heart is not. One second we lost, Teddy will reconnect here real quick. Hey guys. We're good. I'm sorry. No worries wiring all my technical people. I. It can happen to anybody so. Does the I think part of. What allows those Special Special Lennon women. That sites with things that I just talked about for this country and the freedom of this country. Follow the people. I think it's connected to as I, said a cold a fraternity. The fraternity of to you know whether it's the US sales whether it's the marines for the. Army ranges the the the green berets. Whatever whatever service stone the army! that. They feel responsibility. To live up to that cold. I. think that's part of the power I. that's part of what. They. They exist on. That they attach themselves to. Maybe you could call. Some people say it's my legacy I WANNA be remembered. You know that that's a powerful state. But I believe that it's connected to that. Not letting down. You Fellow Brotherhood that this is what we are. This is how we behave. This is how we live. This is what we do. And I was just wondering if as part of that because you guys are so. Is So Samurai. Warrior oriented that I was thinking about last night when I knew I was going to talk to you and I was thinking about. That mentality has to be part. Of Your of what goes into your behavior that you wanna live up to that coat of to that, you know what that fraternity is all about. Does that make sense? Yeah it makes it makes a lot of sense. and. You know when you. When you get to this point inviting whether it be mixed martial arts boxing once you hit a certain level that you you have to. It's, it's exactly that it's. It's a fraternity I'm representing the M, but I'm also representing the sport I'm representing Combat Sports. And the purity of that. And I and I wear that you know I honor that. All it shows. It shows the has the be in a business where as teacher a for four. Obviously before. Being a fighter when I was young, but when you become a teacher. You, have to explain explain things phenomenon. Behavior. You gotta you gotTa put an attachment of explanation to it. Why does that. Why is a guy that way if you're going to be a good teacher? You know. Why is that guy behaved that way? Why does he make those choices? and. For me. That's why that's part of the why. That that is there that. It's it's you gain straits from beyond yourself. People say and has become does support really how how does a guy to come that tough and I think you draw from? More than yourself. That would we I'm trying to explain that that we that you're. That you draw from the fraternity of people that do this that. Have a cold of honor. And that you don't want the trade that code, so if you feel week, which we all do I know you, too. Sometimes, we all do will Yumin. But, then all of a sudden, you can attach it to something else. You could say I can't be week. I can't be week. Because of a week. I let down all of this. I must be strong. I think in some ways that's where Allie got his straits on. He got his strength from whatever it happens to be, but part of his beliefs was whose religion. I can't I can't let down because then I'll let down. My relationship by religion is a lot bigger than me. I took sometimes guys like. Paki out when you got a whole country Filipinos. That are really relying on you. To show. That? They mad that they exist. A bunch of a lot of poor people that are relying on you. To say that their existence mattis that their life matters that they're important, and they're touching to Mattie. Pack was just which happens. It happens those kind of. I think a guy like Paquito. Grabs Straits from that. Our from that resilience from that. Endurance from that. You're correct and I feel in a certain way when I get in there, you know. On TV is just him in there but I. I have so many people that I'm walking in there with that are depending on on. meet up to pull to those tough positions. Those tough situations because even with the foundation like I know that when I giving there when I get there. I'm using this platform to sell. These fight gets to raise money for cost all those people who noam raising this money or or or back home and I. Want to give them a reason. I'll and I can feel that I can feel the power of gratitude in of what I'm fighting for. When I'm in there. It's me against him, but it's also. Everything with me. In my younger career, it worked against me because I felt like I was fighting everything. It wasn't just my opponent I felt like I, was fighting all the other stuff, but somewhere along the line of black to learn how to block out the bad stuff in the critics. Just bring in the baggage that I need the good baggage. Leave the bad stuff. They weighs you down out it. Bring in the good stuff. The good feelings what makes me feel good, and I bring that into the fight with me I really do. I believe you. Believe you. To your point about the people that are with you, my wife will only watch fights occasionally with May, but that was one that she was pumped up. She would watch. Alex Vase Dick when Teddy and I will with them Philly and she watched that one with the kids and I mean the whole family was going crazy for you. Starting in that third round building to a crescendo in the end, so well done to I wanna be sensitive. Time and I WANNA make sure teddy doesn't have anything, but I wanted to just ask you a couple of quick questions. If you don't mind, then you could just give quick answers. In the Khabib fight, and then again in this hooker fight a couple of times you had the super tight in an arm in Guillotine, and I was like Oh, he might get this and I. think that the announcer started to get into it, but maybe talk about how hard it is to get someone that I get someone in that choke in a fight versus in training because I think in training the. The relax, the feeling is all. That's pretty tight, I. I might hurt my neck, trying to get out of this so I'll tap, but in a fight. Someone's like no I'm not gonNA tap unless I'm out from this. Can you talk about what's going through your mind because it seems so close, but it always seems so hard to really finish it that way. It seems so close, but so far away. I. Finished it all the time in the gym in trading. In practice, but like my Mike Brown told me. Don't jump another team I mean. We gave up -sition. It could be fight that led. Just, eat tells me all the time. Don't do it, but finish him in the gym. I finish them all the time in the gym. Nine hundred ten, I'm probably finishing the gym I have a good guilty, but when in the heat of the moment, but then again we're talking about like Alan Iverson. We're talking about practice at the sport that I would give life to. We're talking about practice and. It's a totally different thing under those lights. It's a totally different thing. These guys. To the to the bitter in. There's blood and sweat. You know it's just less learn I won't do it again. I'm not jumping to guilty. Just going to give you a couple of names of fighters, just quick thoughts just engage he i. think I beat him again I think I set traps him with good shots. Let Him. Do half the work being the wrecking ball and Juggernaut that he is. Let him be that guy and I'll be the matador I can. Do it again as I. Did the first fight, but we'll see. He's finding could be next I. think he has a wrestling credentials to give be a lot of trouble if he can get stick to the game plan and keep us back over the fence..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Open mind learning the want to continue to evolve. That's what keeps you there. That's what keeps. You keeps you the dancing one. Hundred percent. Speaking to some of the intangibles, let's talk about intangibles. Let's let's be quickly about the good fight foundation, and that's another thing that you in Teddy have in common. You guys actually very similar in a lot of ways. Teddy as with the Doctor Atlas Foundation, but I WANNA talk to you about your the good good fight foundation, and what you guys are doing I know you had an event down in Lafayette, but maybe just for people who might not be aware of the foundation. Maybe just a quick overview of how it got started in some of the work. You guys may have been doing. We've. I mean the things we've done. The list goes on and on most recently we. Built Water Wells. In Africa. bought the pygmy tribe forty two acres of land this last fight. We're raising money. We're using this fight. Kid I actually just listening today. The good foundation shared on other social media, and I did as well. We auctioned off my fight one year from every fight to go forward towards a 'cause usually in the local community in Louisiana and. We're going to do a back to school. Dr Everyone's feeling the crunch of the of the ended. In kids should have hot lunches at school and in all the school supplies they need. We're GONNA make sure that the kids in Lafayette Louisiana have that going back to school. So the self of this kid is going to go towards our back to A. Great, thing nice work. For people who are interested, it's the good fight group Dot com you can find all the information there like dust, and said on his social media channels you can find links to the bid and Robin I will be submitting a bid today for those for those gloves and make sure that they go for the right price but that's great work that you're doing attending I. Know You. You can relate to the kind of effort that it takes to Put your money where your mouth is and actually get involved in these types of grassroot foundations. Where you're actually you don't have any overhead. You're on in doing ninety percent of the work yourself. Maybe we'll one or two full time employees, but the rest of it is volunteer or sweat equity from the people involved. To. I mean that's of what I respect. You know from Dawson with. Use another term another. Another word I used the word dependable as a great great great trade. That can get you to places that some people might have more talent than you physical genetic talent. But dependability can get you even past that talent. That's how important and magnificent that trait can't be at is in life and editing. And the word used for Dustin. At what it takes to be the kind of human being that he's talking about. This the word cat. Just cat. It's not much more complicated than that. You can't about something about people about situations. And then you figure out a way to do it so. I just want to. Tell you that my foundations going to send three thousand dollar. Check to you foundation. After we hang up the in. You Know I. Wish it was more but. It'll be used to help towards southern things you just. Thank. You so much man that that's. A, huge donation that's GonNa go far, and and we appreciate it so much nonce. Thank you, thank you so. Given I. Mean I when I started my foundation. One of the most important things once we got started was to know. that. We could identify the the places to get the help, too. That's pretty damn and. You know it's Kinda like I talk about everything being fighting right. It's kind of like having Powell, but if you don't. Have a target the limited so. What good is the power? So what good is the help that I've? Foundation is data give if I don't have the right target to get it to the right place, so you give me that right place so of those places so i. just want to say thank you for that. It really does it does I wanna ask you one of the last states? Being at this business so mental. You do sometimes need to attach yourself to. The something to go through that journey to the dog place that fire. To that suffering. and. I mean you could use a lot of words. You know. Fly. In a hot..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Yeah that's great again, not telling you. And part of its admiration for Minke and has toughness and where he got to have. Tremendous amount of admiration and respect for Mickey and the person that he is, but can also motivated because the Guy Council bossed and. Anybody. WHO GUNS THE BOSTON? Ken is going to give a little edge to love. You know. Doesn't you mentioned Mickey's? Signage of Panch left to the limit, which was pretty damn good, but to me I always look at the setup system to it. You know where he would touch top real. Quick this kind of almost light. He touched job Tom. And then he'd bring it right down up. And Eddie doing it just enough to racial just a little bit. We can get that shit so again. Here's a tough guy. and. We're talking about his toughness obviously. But His intellect his smarts. Allowed that punch to be so effective. Exactly I, mean exactly it's. It's the. The shot top IT brings the. It opens deliver. It is the subtleties in between the power shot. A lot of these guys are tough. and Can Punch, but if you can. Make make make you make mistakes set traps, those hard punches. Nothing and you talked about earlier. So much business would would. Make it pretty available right now, but. Again, it's it's. Intellect the technique. Toughness the mindset. And, it's the ability to be calm in an on call place. Here's a guy who would get hit you know you it punches, and in the midst of a difficult fight of an incredibly difficult fight. He's able to still keep his wits. Not Panning. I mean there's an ability to that. There's this there's a tangible ability a developed ability. A genius of your will yeah I'd say. Yeah, I'm not afraid to say a genius that you guys can stay. Calm it a completely on Com digging place. And still keep your whips where in the midst of that storm. You think in terms that you have to think. To turn it around. That special. that it perfectly again, a developed skill. You don't do that by accident. You don't you don't do that because you're just born that way you do that. You develop that you developed. To stay in the eye of that storm and find that opening. And that's what people can learn. With you that I always say on ESPN, I would always say. Hunches! Abortion than I've made yet that talent you're born with natural humans evaluated increase it by technique and be com where tired time the guy at the right time they don't see the punch coming and had proven no doubt about, but as far as that Schule. Powell that only certain people have that's four. That's not me, but what is made. Is what you're talking about. Developing the person's character. DEVELOPMENT THAT MINDSET! That toughness. That ability people think Oh. He was just born with hot. What is hot? What is hot? I mean the real definition. Heart is a muscle you, jess. But the way that we talk about it, it's that's not how we talk about it. It's your ability to make choices your ability to make decisions. You ability to go where the people go your billy Joel Daw. Your ability to find a way. That and all the people listening out that. Look this man, listen to this man that develops no no. That has developed. It has been developed. Speak About that here. I mean! You said it earlier I'm trying to you, said something earlier that ties into this. But finding his life. What did you go to in your life? What have you overcome to put you in this place that allows you to give more than this man to push the water to dig deeper to suffer more. I use that word fight week that I plan to suffer more than this guy. Because I've been there before. No I can overcome those positions those those rounds, those first two rounds I can suffer more. I just can't I know that but I. Don't know. I wasn't born that way I. Don't know what. Moments of my life led to that strip, but I haven't and I. Know it and I don't WanNa. Show it because if I show it, it's it's. It's a tough fight, but I. Know I can rely on that safe Abbas. Safety Net that I count on of toughness of grid that has been developed over fighting. Over. My Life. You know fighting his life and I'll show you that I've been down before and then I know. I can come up again. That's that's what I'm doing in those around. What what are the greatest qualities? Traits. Abilities. I believe that a human being can have. In whatever they do. is to have the ability to be dependable. You know we all look at the NEON talents. You know the speed the power. You know all that stuff. We catches all attention I. Get, I have to say and you know it's. It's kind of A. But that ability. Is Ability doesn't matter what your genetic saw. Genetics beyond they go, but that doesn't matter. That's something everybody can get and be called. The. And, that's great quality, and that's why in boxing an intimate. It's tougher to stay at the top than it is to get there because those other things you talked to. Speed Genetics That'll get you to the dance. it..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"That, you, I'm sure you've my a lot of, but you look at. Your Business, but that you admire his style is technique whatever it is about him, but maybe that you. You Watch. To pick up some of the striking, you know stuff that you obviously are going to take into the right. There's a bunch of guys that I like to watch more of this. Fill out of time. Watching up, whitaker was he talked about being smart. Start moving ahead like yeah. He had he had good, that's. Sweeping was sweet. Who is a great journey? was a he really wasn't a terrific. But what a really was sweet and a lot of ways boy! Oh, boy died young. But credible. Dozen you're picking the right guy. The Old Times would say he'd stay right in front of you and you couldn't hit him in the back side with a head full of Buckshot right. I mean. I'm glad to hear that guy i. mean you just made me happy when you swing? Imagine it by feel good. Surprise but That's still look at south for Joel. I see connection, but that's the guy to move your head to be smart to be calm site to storm the the being a the eye of the song he could, he was the perfect example that Oh, my gosh, here's the example that he's say inside the pocket right as is I store, and see everything and the call, and they had to punch and cited I saw you little something in a fight. I saw you. Hook was throwing, and he stayed there a little too long. That's one of the sciences of boxing so many elements of the science of striking. But what! We talked about moving at the punch. Though don't wait for Z. Whatever you WANNA. Call it, but another one is. Being Common. And other stating that everyone loves to say Jomo Punches Dog Punches. ADDS to. Logo, but that can be the worst thing in the world. Sometimes you gotTa, know, how many you have time for do I times of day left time for five. Maybe I only have time for one better move. Because you stay there for one too many, you could get tired. You did that I. Watched I watched you where he stayed there. Little jewel is hands off. They're probably probably one point too long, and you've tried it right in the middle of that US. You make back as you can, still there in the center, a little too long punching and yet timed. And that was I just wanted to tell you that I. I saw that I'd appreciate it that I saw the science of. Wasn't a toughness. Was the science that you realize. He stayed there too long and you catch him if you had punched at the right time with. Thank you thank you so much, yeah? Becoming a trade I'm sorry. There's those beautiful moments in the fight where you like. You said he stayed longer. Take another step when you should and a guy can split your timing and get away with a clean shot escape free just hit a move out of there and you did have to work. Very true just like. Don't true sounds like being a good budget you know. You've got an what's aggressive stipple. Say Oh. Wow, this guy decides that you'd better be careful, but if these recklessly grasso. Without talking about he's doing. He's doing your workflow. You all, thank you, thank you. Walk Ed Walk in. Good, thank you. So that's having so many. Dimensions that separate guys in his business we're talking about. As much as it's so easy to talk about the topic, you guys. But it's the other our, but still. That's the science over. One of the Guys Dad's probably going to be disappointed to hear you mentioned in terms of in terms of boxers is the Great Irish Micky Ward I know he's a huge fan of yours and. Maybe you take pernell Whitaker's defensive technical skills with Mickey Woods toughness make really appreciates your. Fighting style, and he had a lot of Nice things to say about your recent effort against hooker. Man I'm to fan. Just you know he's one of the guys I respect, Mickey. Mickey's career more than a guy who who's never lost the fight more than a guy who's fifty all. I feel like there's lessons you learn when you get those losses in your career and keep pushing. That of fighting the SME, Micky Ward losing these fights people calling him a journeyman at getting involved in in the best trilogy in boxing history. You know one of the one of the best trilogy of boxing. The guy's does so many things well I really like this guy man I really from a fan won the meanest liver shots. Tough as they come, I actually have. The picture God forbid we had signed and. I'm framing I actually. went to a sports memorabilia place in and got a signature as well so I'm framing this together where they belong Mickey and Gotti and. One of my Buddies Rights Ring magazine, and they're doing the guide award I forget how many years it's. The anniversary of just passed, so the ring magazine is doing doing a special for them in other sending me one of the ring magazine copies, and I'm framing net in there with it as well so I'm really excited about that man is going to be in my my game room in my house and I'm GonNa. Have these guys belong next to each other what they did for each other's careers and it's.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"It's difficult, but. Also man. How much of a tragedy is that? Is it that one day you walk away from it and you'd never feel that feeling again. A do it as long as you could do it. That's why you got. Embrace it because there's something special about that man. There really is something special figure that doing it as long as you could do with enough enough. This I've always had thirty five in my head. I still have thirty one now I feel good. We'll see. But I don't WanNa. Give I like I said in the area of you want to give this sport or More myself than I can give my family I. Don't WanNa lose something that I can't get back and win and we don't know when that. When that line is crossed, we don't know. So I, just want to continue working on my defense. I WANNA be defensively. Every time I step on the Mat. You know. Last last weekend wasn't the greatest. Showing up that I took shots I took a Lotta pictures waiting for a receipt. In the there's another lesson. Learn you know I'm better than that. My coach told me between rounds Domi after the fight. Same thing you said. You'd better than that. You'd better than this guy. You're fighting on his level. You're you're admiring your own work. Just because. No posing exactly band now I mean they're taking an instagram picks. I. I always say that. When you get. TO TOUGH GUYS! You know it's a prerequisite in your business. At Mike does is to be tough. That there's levels of toughness. Tested that you go through to find out just like you know defendant life. You find that people about people. Food tests some some. They can't pass that test. For me fighting is like is the same day. and. You know and you go. You go take fighter and like I said. It's a prerequisite to be tough. But what level to what tests to to where the drop off? But then when you have two guys who comfortably to say, save toughness. And One and is what we're talking about does. Your coach about and one of them is smarter. You know technically in all those areas. He's smarter. He suddenly goes here. He becomes twice as off the other guy. Say. What do you need Ted you just set the vote justice off. Yeah, I know what I said, but this guy who's also smart becomes twice as tough. because. He doesn't have to depend. Just on the toughest. He doesn't have to go to that all the time he doesn't even have. It's therefore it's always there. But. His cleverness, his ability to be technically more sounds smarter. Separates him from a guy who's just tough. and. I would think that your quest. You coaches. Yes, yes. The toughness is something we know that I have it's not something I want to display every time out. This is something that I need to keep for for for myself when I absolutely need it not to walk out there and show the world. How tough I am! That's not the sport I. WanNa Find. WanNa show about. Diane. How much levels up I am I wanna I wanNA outclass these guys. Who fight that I always use. Has It exempt on all your young two young baby? You don't remember. But. There was the great. Was a fighter name Danny little, Red Lopez. US Off News a featherweight champ, it could punch through the right ad at. He was tough as nails. What a tough son of a gun! undefeated mostly knockouts, and any thought a guy that nobody really knew who I was at the time guy named Salvador Sanchez. and. One of the great fighters pagey maybe of all time, but Definitely of of our generation. And he died too young. Guide a car crash, but. He. He bought Lopez for Lopez title at Sanchez was so much what you're talking about. More clever. Ad Connie. SMART That it was no contest, I've made it broke. My heart I was young guys. I wanted to the Red Lopez and. I'm saying come on Daddy. And but it was right. Dad Funnier as tough as he was. The other guy was tough because he was separating themselves with his technical knowledge with sophistication with with just being smarter at it was a no contest, and that's what we ever watch. Those guys but That's the fight us. Your Google go it. That's the fight I will near. It really is because. You know the resume of of Red Lopez going okay I'm watching a legitimate. Tough man. And you see the fight you say. It doesn't mean a dog day. Dustin. We're not going to let you go without talking about the good fight foundation, but a couple of the questions that we got on social media just wanted to ask you two quick questions. Who would you like to fight next? As one of the questions and of all the guys that you fought to date? Who hit the hardest? Those questions from fans on Twitter D. Whoever I want to fight the champion next up on whatever planet about me? into the arena to fight for the title I, Just WanNa be the undisputed world champion whatever fight that I need to go through or whatever route I need to make that happen. That's my number one golden priority to be the undisputed world champion. and. Who Hits the hardest man is tough when I've been hit by some some big punches? Throughout the years but I would have to say condom. Grega close. South point same issue. Talented obviously a.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"WHO GOES Again. The imagination, the pressure before I always say the hottest part of the delay. Because you're sitting there, you your majesty. What could happen? and. The imagination is like I. Joke around I say he's like Min just off the wall. I? Mean it coming over that war and you gotTA. Keep coming all you gotta say say that Hell Laddy. Get outta here. And It's all motion the doormat. As all metal, and I just thought that Dean that vacuum. I guess that's the right way to say. You kinda poured a lot of that stuff out. Big Time you know, Blake. Imagination man so it never stops. The wheels never stopped turning I. I'm trying my best as before to my career. It's not over this, but it's just. It's impossible for me. Because I think so much, I do care about this so much. And I know no matter how much I prepare. How much I studied that there was a chance that I might lose. Everything ago right and I can still there Louis because it is a theater of the unknown under those lights out there and I know that. And I've I've won fights. I've lost fights. When I was one hundred percent prepare. I know anything can happen out there so just that unknown is what really gets those butterflies. It's the overthinking in the locker. Room I can do ten weeks of training camp and kill and crush it every day. Check all the boxes and show up on night, and still like Oh man. I don't know what's going to happen out there. I'M GONNA do I'M GONNA. Give it my all every time. You know that that never goes away. Not Having. Fans Took a little bit of that edge off one hundred percent did. Is a fragile business. I know that you guys the toughest son of a B.'s. I have nothing but respectfully. And fighters my business at that level. But it's a funny word to call would such tough people. But, it's a fact for business because you get into brick lockable. Most of the fans out there listening right now. I'm not knocking you. You just haven't done it, you probably saying. What does he talk, but you can get in the locker room and you lose. You go head! No punches withdrawal, not one punch withdrawal. Lows so the mental side of it. I want to add one thing here does. I know my business. I WANNA to get a fighter call where he can see more calm in an on com place. Calm in a place with this fight. It's not a natural thing. It's not I mean usually natured to get the hell out of that. When solved dangerous not to go age. So here you are, you're in there. You gotta be calm. In A. Place where you can see instead of one way to to deceit headways center with tentative and punches. You but at the same time here we go now, here's the fine line. You don't WanNa. Get comfortable because you get comfortable. I don't people to say. What are you out of your mind? You just said you gotta be comped. said he can't be comfortable but I. Want you to address because if you get comfortable. It would be like being a lion team as you indicate little lion. You Want Calm Post Civil Candy on. You would. Be Calm. And Zinc can see what the lights on. You can't get called the bowl because it's fall lying. Those nerves and those nerves and those feelings never go away. You know they just when they come you. You're just more acquainted with them us. Acknowledged them when you feel it in the locker room for me when they come in, and they say you walk in five minutes and I can hear the people outside I can see fighters coming back in from the battlefield. I can see the bloodied in. You. Know your teammates carrying them back to the locker room. All this is happening before you make the walk yourself knowing that you're walking into the known. Right knowing that you have to be brave in this moment you prepare. To Take that step out the door and walk in front of all those people and fight this management training to beat you up. You know that that's A. It's a weird uncomfortable. Calm that I feel! Because I know I can count on myself because I've proven time and time again. I know I can right this ship. If this thing gets ugly in there, I have that confidence in in my fighting ability and myself to be resilient to push through adversity presents itself to find the opening I know that it's like it's like a hurricane. When you're in the middle of that thing, it's calm right, but if you. Want step. Outside of.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"All the years I've put in before that was going to be washed away if I lost despite a just read everything to critics, saying I listened to everything connor, said in the lead up I read comments vans on on social media I. Just did all this stuff should do. And it took me Miata who I am. and. I feel like you could almost see a version of that. Happen in the hooker fight because. And we could get into some of the details of the fight, but I thought the first and second round that he probably edged that slightly not not overwhelming I, thought the second round was going well, and right at the end of the second round, my God he with like ten punches in a row, and I started filling. Oh, man, but as soon as the bell rang you. Kinda shook your head like. Let's get back in there and get like I really believed like. Oh, he shook that off. Whereas someone else might think. Oh, no, this is going the wrong way and you turn to like the whole fight around in in between the second and third round. Can you talk about a little bit about what you would think? And at the end of that round and what you told yourself to get back to right the ship, because it was a dramatic change of momentum in the third round. A great quarter boxing coach. Davis is very calm. level-headed speaks very well to me very clearly in between rounds. Any, he told me I'm being lazy. Get hit with shots I should beginning with. You know even in those first two rounds I felt pretty good, but he was edging the up. You know he was winning around like you said at the end of the second year with a few shots in hidden with a neat that really hurt me and then when I went, sit back on. I knew I had that long. A lot of fight left. And I also know that the better fighter wins long. The fight goes. And I just knew I was gonNA pull it together. I knew I was gonNA find my rhythm. Find my rage and start landing the shots. We needed to land. My Mobile. Go up into this fight was to match.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"In my business, even in my life, but where? that. Could change the world. Can Can Turn everything around. It makes you realize what you can do, but maybe better put. It. Makes you realize that? Things don't control you. That it's your choice of what you do has ever happened to you. I'm sure it. Added up to me. The guy you know just lessons over the years and years of fighting and years and years of just living that made me get to this point, but I can't say. I hadn't really one Eureka moment where everything turned around for me. But for sure a big part of progressing in fighting for me is sitting back and realizing that fighting just part of my life. You know it used to be everything to me. It used to be life or death every time I walked out there every time. I've thought about it. What the critics said I was. You know I over. Think everything everyone said and. After a certain point it was just this is just fighting. This is just part of my life. This isn't. Everything. I have to offer when I put in. Those kind of perspective is when I think about me. Being the father knew being husband being. Fighting's stopped one day. You. Know it really helps me out. When I get in there I can have a lot more fun with this. It feels like awaits off my back and I could really I feel like fight to my potential. Because finding a stressful, but it just takes a little bit of that. Offer me it really does. This is just something I. Do you know Dustin I just wanted to one site. That! I'll go. I'll tell you what's in my mind. There was a kid. Coming up years ago, jump good good fighter. But what? He was at an early stage. workup with of really good fighter. He got dropped in a gym. And, it was nobody in the gym. It, was only heaven as coaches. Coaches the other guy that culture him. and. The other guy was more experienced and he dropped them again. Nobody stopped. Nobody, said okay it's too much. Come back tomorrow. It just kept going on. And finally I know that sounds crazy to most people. But he realized that he didn't have to get dropped anymore. That he was allowed himself to be drop. that. He was that he was. It has control. What happened. That he was allowed to happen. And from that day forward, he never got. When. He, never got he. He never allowed himself. To give into that impulse of giving it. Does that make sense. It does it makes a lot of sense, and I just wondered if you have a had a fight. In early on or whatever point in your career that you just realize in that fight lady. That hey. I. I control what happens. I. I sometimes. Don't realize what I can do. Or what I can handle I realized. ALL SUDDEN BACK I could forget handle this. I. I know sounds so simplistic, but you know. I sometimes use story with. George Foreman with what he thought. The great my Alec and he came in to be honest. He gave did in the trial and. He. He got hit right here. But he was a level of submission. He lured not fight because when he came back years later. He was Baker. He wasn't as SAS. You listen to said let it was a lot, but. He would've kicked in crop out of the first George. Form he would've stopped. because. He was tougher he. He understood that on that night he gave up control. It was ripped out of like uncomfortable way. So you go into the guy's chest and you take hot out and you hold it in your head. That that was it was this? was in here. It was in here that they really believed that he no longer had control of what he did. had. Wasn't Joe. That's all. I know exactly what you mean. And I go through moments like that in training camp every training camp. We're on there and I have a bad round sparring, or and have a bad wrestling session, and then I kind of. On the way on the drive home or on the drive back to the Jim the next day. I'm like today. I'm not sure enough to be part of a training session shown up to to thrive I'm showing up to a set milestones and I. Make my intention before I walk into the gym and don't let that happen that day and when I do set my mind like that. It's a it's a completely different thing. We're doing in there when I'm here. In the moment, I felt like your career. Maybe I have to credit aerial Awani. beat me to the Punch today with your interview, but I've been meaning to ask you if you thought that your career seemed to take a different. Trajectory but I feel like your demeanor and personality in kind of your whole presence in the ring for me change a little after the conor McGregor fight I feel like. As as tough of a loss, it was I feel like you've got much better after that. In every fight, since then even the Khabib fight I was like man. This kid is he's bringing an prior to the corner. Fight I would think like Oh. Dustin as a steady fighter now when I see fight I think like this kid can easily win the title he's he's the real deal. Is there any truth to that one hundred percent over red? I over thought about it. I care too much I. Mean not not that I don't know. I just cared so much that it felt like one mistake was gonna be the end of my career in the my fighting career the.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"I was I was worried that the thunder was going to destruct. The! Service that we had was funny just a second that he says the. Bank I had a bunch of thunder over yet. But congratulations speaking of Thunder I. Don't think you guys go anywhere without funding I. think that like Followed who guys around? You guys are very special. Congratulations on another special fight. At another special win against a Hulkah-. I. Give it to Canada the kind of get US started. I just want to. Not only Daikin for common. But thanks for teaching us. because. That's what you guys do. Good fight is do. You guys teach us. You teach everybody. Where where you can go? and. It doesn't have to be limited to way you got. That doesn't have to be you know assailant. Way You can perform at a specially obviously at a mental level. Being able to. Just, just being able to. Get to the places that you guys wind up getting yourself still so you're not only give us drama and good feeder something to wise good sport. But you, do you teach us that? You can find. Light in dark places. And you can. Kind of take that journey. I think we can take a with you and imagine how much farther we can go in some of the things that we do so I just WanNa. Tell you that. I appreciate, that means a lot and I'm. Finding out myself as I'm in there what I have given. How far I can go I know I know I can trust myself to push through times. Get Rough, but at the day time I am finding out a lot about myself every time. A dozen. Assist to big back off of that. I know my world. I know the of fight boxing fight. It's all the same as parallel the same world. Gloves at different rules are different. But the goal is The. To Find Out Way To find out to push limits. To to be able to live up to a standard.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"To the fight with teddy out I'm Ken Reid joined as always buy great Teddy Atlas welcome to part two of how to fix boxing we touched on a bunch of topics in the first episode on this God I just want to pass along our condolences to to fighters that we lost in the past month so Max Dada Shove Russian fighter auto EGAS clements stable guy that Teddy I know you've met in the past is trained with Alex Vase Dick and the and the the boys out in Oxnard and Hugo Alfredo santee on Argentinian fighter also passed away within about a week or two of man accent it's obviously tragic anytime we lose anyone in any sporting endeavour but a in particular combat sport and I know you have some thoughts it's on the topic I mean as you said off I we you know we continue send out press out for those two fighters families and we're doing this show it would need to be done if they didn't if this didn't happen anyway because we understand the realism of the realities of this sport it's tough it's difficult it can be dangerous which we understand that we the same way as football as called driving no sports have to same sometimes the same perils possible perils that attached to it difficulties too dangerous attached to the sport so whether or not somebody had passed which still would be talking about things that makes sense to talk about when you understand the sport Monday stand what you're dealing with that there's always the possible ody of somebody getting hurt because of the nature of the sport but now with the passing of these two fighters is too young people that had families and having to be boxes at some part of the tragedy of that is to try to respect them and remember them bye bye dean of you can hasten the change maybe speed up than the ideas for the need for the range you know no better way to tribute them then to say that we're going to make it a mandate should always been a mandate I'm sure it is but really make it a mandate now priority right now you know in a fast as possible to look at how we can make to support Google safe I listen not an everything it'd be done right without pointing fingers and things can still go wrong just like a football game or any thought that it all am Emma may you have see any sport that is a combat sport of physical sport of football you could call it a combat Arctic that's fair you know you could do things writing things can still have the wrong end the result that nobody wants again because of the difficulty the dangers that are inherent with the sport but they are all ways always to try to limit some of those dangerous and football is doing it why should we raise car driving story you know raise driving they have roll balls that they didn't use avenue call they have an apparatus because I did fight plan years ago with ESPN in one of the race car drivers card that he allowed me to go into his call which usually is taboo they never let you go into the you know some of your car drag your friends that arise caught drives so they apparatus that stabilizes the spine in the neck in case of an accident that was not invented until unfortunately somebody else died into somebody else was paralyzed even though they understood the dangers of the sport before that it involves folks action when something terrible horrendous happens and with thinking about those things more so now and we underneath saw these two young warriors so football is always coming up with new protocol all different helmets making a practices shorter making not allowing you to hit with pads as long limiting net common sense stuff you know making sure hydration and things like data understood properly you know the limiting the amount of preseason games limiting the amount of hits that somebody takes having a concussion protocol that years ago they didn't have no that that you don't get back on that field until you cleared that's where we can help ourselves boxing because that's where we're still primitive that's we still lack that's because we don't have a national commission to tie these things to make sure these things are tied in there in place and enforced that's where we could get better some of the medical areas may be trying to be a neurologist but that's talk to a neurologist a lot of the states with the commission's we ever if an independent commissions we don't have unilateral medical conformity across the board unfortunately but some of it is the same but in a lot of them if you get knocked out you've got to get a cat scan Marai why wait to a guys knocked out how about if he's in a tough fighting took a lot of punishment get a cat scan he he didn't get knocked out so what so so what and I'm not saying would've I am not saying would have prevented these two young tragedies here I'm just thinking ahead of just being in a way that we need to think that maybe you know we understand what we understand that it's a sport whether physical damage that has handed out so and it's to the head one of the things you just touched on his uniformity in the case of the Argentinian fighter Hugo afraid of santee on he was actually under suspension at the time in one area I don't know one area of the country but he was definitely under suspended Arinc promoter should be held accountable but that's what we don't have a national commission we don't have any police we don't have conformity you just said thank you for bringing that up Ken because Y- to point fingers at when somebody dies but from what you're saying the guy should have been in a ring hundred percent so so so right there people say Teddy what's the answer you know sometimes is not an answer sometimes there is an answer that one answer that to make sure that this unilateral conformity in accountability and across the board and regulation across the board that have sold suspended suspended for reason make sure he's not fighting somewhere not only should he be not fighting any shouldn't be given in the gym but can't let it kid spar inspiring but that's going to the point with the football a guy there was a time when a guy got his bell wrong right that's what they call it Yup guy got his bell rung he was lost and he was still playing he was playing he played that game he still played in a game plan he was pressured to play might have certifications solar systems and he was playing the following week but now because of the precious because of what we're talking about the light put on it and everything else and all the problems with the NFL with CD now there's a miracle now there's monitoring a guy that got his belvoir on the cause is not playing in that game he's not playing on Sunday let me tell you something a guy that gets Bevan in boxing he's playing the next Sunday he's he's fighting in the next new moon worse than that Ken just said he he's in a gym he's back in Jim if somebody was on I'm sorry I'm sorry to to be the one the barrel of this kind of news but there are responsible people in football in in in life in probably racecar driving you know there's plenty of responsible. Once at Inbox two there's plenty of good ones plenty responsible once but does some that aren't not not necessarily that they're evil but they're ignorant whatever it is whatever is it can't be tolerated because it's starring because back and put a head gear on and take a bunch of shot a stop you but they're going to see that that's where we can help to support that's what this episode is for that's where something could be done is that why again we come back to a national commission to put superstructure in place to to help these things happen because otherwise how do they happen to have just with our thoughts just with our words just with ideas no no so what I'm saying is that there was a time in football where a guy got his doll wrong and he was playing again that time's gonn because the NFL has a commission pressure put on him and now and they did digs wrong for money oh yeah for the evil root of money but then no angels but oh at this point who cares what we cast football players of being protected I camp out we camp out fighters being protected so now you have a situation where a guy who's been caused he's not GonNa Forget about on Sundays not back on the practice field and uh-huh cleared yeah that's where we can get better and much better and need to get much better in boxing because a guy could be suspended and guaranteees of too often more often than not and too often at one time would be too much and it's more than one time where a guy who's under suspension Baghdad Jim because he shows signs that his training thinks he's okay and you know they they wanna get ready for winter fight whenever suspension they wanna be ready Oh they don't WanNa be idle they want to be able to fight right away so dorn that Thomas Suspension in gym boxing there's only one way to sat you have to have monitoring an does monitoring in the NFL the does nobody on the sidelines because if there are that team will have not only fine that might not be a team anymore I mean that's how serious it has to be dealt with right now so it has to be the same series reprecussions where if a guy is caught in a gym while number one to Jim has their license taken yet yeah yeah does not play with this stuff number two the manager who's demand fight a license taken up for year for life for life right I have no problem being severe when it comes to this stuff to train who stray licensed takeaway panel Melos for life for life he's gone he's out no more no more hearing nothin gone not six months a year gone so you have to get those kind of penalties in place those kind of sanctions in place that kind of it's a severe sport it's a severe consequence at the end it's a severe reality make the punishment severe where does monitoring somebody goes around you have to you again you have to have with the commission when if we had a national commission whereas somebody goes around and make sure that the guy on suspension is what training which again they are is not training in Jim is not sparring.

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