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Fresh update on "atlas" discussed on M&A Science

M&A Science

01:07 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "atlas" discussed on M&A Science

"Chaff has been managing emanate and other Ganic growth initiatives for over ten years primarily focus on the industrial manufacturing semiconductor and life science markets. Prior to Atlas COPCO. Jeff, spent twelve years in corporate development product marketing and project management roles. He started his career as a process engineer for Intel. Today, we're GONNA talk about Best Practices for managing effective diligence process. I didn't Jeff. I'm good. Thank you. For the imitation can use to start off with briefly explaining your role. Alice COPCO sure will primarily focus on driving inorganic growth for Fratto. Cop Goes. So I work closely with our business leaders to develop strategies for how they want to grow their business, and then those strategies tend to take give both organic and Inorganic sub strategies for forced to grow, and then typically all drive the inorganic initiative. So ones including anything from mergers and acquisitions to joint ventures. Strategic Collaborations could be licensing and as well some divestitures here and there what are some of the approaches you take when it comes to deal negotiation strategies? Actually I'll put in a plug for your for your podcasts. I I WANNA, borrow a one of the concepts that believe Jon Derosa from from Cisco talked about with respect to integrations. Great podcasts highly encourage everyone to go in and listen to it, but he talked about the use of empathy in in the integration process primarily focused on. But I use I, use that very much early on in the process trying to use empathy as. A tool for which to approach when when approaching tends to be middle or lower middle market owners of businesses I try to as the word suggests that put yourself in their position and try to try to understand what their needs are, what they're looking for out of a out of a potential deal. I. Think it's important to to be able to understand. Their vision for what they WANNA do whether they're going to stay with the company or or potentially leave right off into the sunset and retirement or or more active role, and what are you going to do with the business? What is that was COPCO or whoever they're talking to going to do from a people perspective from facility perspective, other parts of the business. That's very that tends to. To be very important to to small business owners. So again, I find that using the empathy as a tool can really help you to to position yourself well and to appeal to that owner to try to have them sell not only sell.

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NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars

DaveMan

00:28 sec | 5 d ago

NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars

"Mission to Mars is underway. NASA successfully launched an Atlas five rocket this morning from Cape Canaveral. It's carrying the perseverance Rover in a small helicopter to the Red Planet. The car sized robotic rover will search for evidence of past life on the planet. Take videos and photographs and soil samples. The small helicopter is a £4 Mars copter. If it works, we'll be the very first powered flight on another planet.

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Los Angeles - Mars Rover, Built In Pasadena, Launches Into Space

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Los Angeles - Mars Rover, Built In Pasadena, Launches Into Space

"The perseverance Rover and its ingenuity helicopter are on their way to Mars Engine ignition to lift off the countdown to Mars continues NASA mission control as the car sized rover lifted off from Cape Canaveral this morning. The spacecraft carrying the rover and helicopter launched aboard a United launch alliance Atlas Rocket after traveling through space for about seven months. The perseverance is scheduled to land on Mars.

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'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life

"Has launched its most sophisticated Mars rover to the Red Planet yet status check. So Atlas Go center Go! Morris, 2020. The rover is a car sized vehicle with cameras, microphones, drills and lasers. CBS News Space analyst Bill Harwood details the mission. The person various rover is the most sophisticated lander NASA has ever built, designed to look for signs of past microbial life across an ancient river Delta. For scientists say water once flowed into a 28 mile wide crater is going to collect rock and soil samples is going to leave them behind its specific locations, and they'll be recovered later. NASA hopes and returned to Earth. If that wasn't enough was included. A small helicopter will attempt the first flight on another planet.

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NASA launches mission to Mars

Richard Eeds

00:53 sec | 6 d ago

NASA launches mission to Mars

"Third and final mission to Mars is underway following launches by China and the United Arab Emirates. Correspondent Linda Kincaid reports NASA's most elaborate life Hunting Rover. Is carrying some fascinating equipment expected to land in mid February of 2021 theory. Emission also promises new perspectives on Mars. The perseverance is equipped with microphones to share sounds of the Red Planet for the first time. It also has 23 cameras with new features like zoom color and video capturing capabilities. Also along for the ride the first helicopter to attempt flight on another planet. NASA's perseverance Rhoda Mighty Atlas five Rocket in Ooh, a clear morning sky. Among other features, the plutonium powered, six wheeled Rover will drill down and collect tiny geological specimens that will be brought back to Earth.

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Mars rover poised for launch atop Atlas 5 rocket

Charlie Brennan

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

Mars rover poised for launch atop Atlas 5 rocket

"Atlas five rocket launched from Cape Canaveral this morning on the third and final mission to Mars, CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann tells us the newest rover will eventually collect rock samples from the Red Planet. Perseverance is NASA's biggest and most of physics. Hated Rover ever built on board, 19 cameras and lots of high tech wizardry

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Microphone Aboard NASA's Rover Aims To Pick Up Sounds From Mars

Charlie Parker

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Microphone Aboard NASA's Rover Aims To Pick Up Sounds From Mars

"Has blasted off a rocket to Mars this morning. The Atlas five rocket is carrying the perseverance Rover and a small helicopter to the Red Planet. The car size Robotic rover will search for evidence of past life on the planet, and we'll take videos and photographs. It also has two microphones and will be the first spacecraft to record sounds on another planet. A small helicopter as a £4 marsh copter that if it works, we'll be the first powered flight on another planet. Perseverance will land on Mars and late February today, the

Mars rover poised for launch atop Atlas 5 rocket

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:16 sec | 6 d ago

Mars rover poised for launch atop Atlas 5 rocket

"Love NASA is headed back to Mars. This's NASA's first astrobiology mission. It's really focused on the question. Wass there Life on Mars and its fully equipped to do that. That's NASA associate administrator Thomas's air back in the launch of the Perseverance Rover. Is scheduled for tomorrow

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China launches mission to Mars: NASA's Perseverance rover

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:34 sec | Last week

China launches mission to Mars: NASA's Perseverance rover

"Of all goes his plan Masses next Mars Rover will rocket into space this week. The Perseverance Rover is about the size of a car. It's the centerpiece of NASA's $2.7 billion Mars 2020 mission. Perseverance will hitch a ride on an alliance Atlas V Rocket, which is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Thursday. If bad weather scuttles the launch mission control can regroup and try again as long as they successfully launched by August 15th any later than that, and they need to wait more than two years for Earth and Mars to properly align in their

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Nintendo Direct Mini: What We Learned from the Partner Showcase

Gaming Ride Home

06:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Nintendo Direct Mini: What We Learned from the Partner Showcase

"Nintendo surprised everyone late last night by announcing that it would be airing a Nintendo direct mini partner showcase early this morning. The surprise announcement last night read on July twentieth. We'll debut the first Nintendo direct mini partner showcase a series focused on titles from our development and publishing partners will share a few updates on a small group of previously announced Hashtag. Nintendo switch games? The quick window between the announcement of the thing and airing the thing. And specifically pointing out that it would only cover previously announced games lowered my expectations to the floor, but there were at least a few surprises. Here's what they shared. I the direct started with a cove in nineteen disclaimer, saying basically that the future is uncertain, and everything could change including release dates, but then they made their first announcement with was planned DLC for a game whose full title is cadence of high rule crypt of the neck, dancer, featuring the legend of Zelda. The game released last year, but it will get three new DLC packs, which will release through October. The first pack adds new characters to the game. IMPA shadow link and Shadow Zelda and then characters named Aria and Frederick who I believe our original characters. I fancy myself a bit of his elda. Didn't immediately recognize those characters D second pack will add thirty nine new songs to the game. The third pack, which seems the most substantial Ed's a whole new story with new songs where you can play as skulk the tags from yours mask who can change masks to adopt new abilities? The character pack is available today in the other packs will be available later with all the pacts eventually coming out by October, and then the game will also receive a physical release with all the DLC bundled in one box on October twenty third. I played and beat cadence of Jairo Crypto the neck road answer featuring diligent of Zelda, but ultimately liked the soundtrack a lot more than I liked the actual game. I would go so far as to say I love the soundtrack, so I am excited to hear all the new songs. I don't know that I am really eager to actually play the game more, but I am also such as Zelda soccer that I probably will. The next two announcements weren't really announcements so much. The Game Rogue Company was shown which looks like a pretty. Pretty unspectacular third person online shooter with cyberpunk sort of theme. It didn't look bad by any means that it just didn't do much to stand out. Same goes for the next game. WWE TO CAPE battlegrounds. There was some new gameplay and we saw some wrestlers who were likely well compensated to show how excited they were about the game. They were playing, but there wasn't much. That had not already been shared the mini, direct and strong, though with two big atlas announcements. Shimagami ten say one, which was basically Shimagami Tennessee, three and Japan. Is Getting remastered for release on switch next year. I would love some help here in the form of a correction because I find the Shin Montgomery ten say series to be pretty confusing as it has all devolved into different spinoffs like persona, which itself has all kinds of spin offs. I was always under the impression that knocked turn was spinoff as well, but I guess it is part of the mainline series, and this rerelease will have the number three in the title, even though it did not have a three in its North American title when it originally released in two thousand four. In any case you know where it belongs in the Shin, Mugabe cannon really isn't. All that portent the important thing is that it is generally considered to be one of the best, if not the Best Shimagami, ten say game that isn't called Persona and it's actually the entry that I play the most. It has some MON elements to it with demon collecting, and when it originally released, it featured Dante from devil may cry. Suggest character which is a cool idea. I'm curious if the rerelease will keep that Dante Cameo. It also just has a great art style to it and I'm happy to see it getting a visual overhaul for the switch release. It is coming spring twenty twenty one after that a trailer was shown for Shimagami ten. Say Five a game we have known about since two thousand seventeen, but this was the first in some time. The trailer didn't reveal much. A teenager looks like they're given some kind of demonic choice and I don't know that they make the right one. The game is coming in twenty twenty one, but the trailer didn't anymore specifics than that. I had low expectations going into this thing and they were mostly met, but I was surprised by the nocturnal announcement. That was very cool. The Internet seems generally annoyed that Nintendo has not made any big summer announcements and that with paper Mario Animal Crossing having been released. It really doesn't seem like they have any big games for the rest of the year. which is true, but the weird thing is. Is I. Don't know that it really matters to Nintendo. Twenty twenty can kind of just be a low key year for them. Because animal crossing was just that big of a hit. It feels like they are in no rush to push anything out. Because everyone is just going to keep buying animal crossing anyway, they can barely keep up with demand for the switch consoles as it is. Now with all that being said though I think Nintendo kind sees the cancellation of e three as a blessing in terms of how it likes to announce Games paper Mario was announced and released within a few months. And I think that's how Nintendo would always prefer to do it. Keep the window between announcement and release small, but e three kind of forces them to make these big proclamation announcements all piled up on top of each other and share things many months before the popular November release window with E. Three out of the way though I think Nintendo is taking advantage and will make individual announcements for games. Just shortly before they actually release. There is that rumored Super Mario collection that will gather a bunch of three D Mario Games maybe nintendo will detail it in a dedicated direct, and then release it within a month, or so closer to November, and maybe in the unlikely scenario that breath of the wild to is coming this year. They will do the same thing. have a focused dedicated direct for the game, and then it will come out shortly after or maybe as I alluded to earlier, Nintendo will just look at animal crossings absurd sales. Do a round of socially distant high fives, and just push everything in originally had planned for twenty twenty into twenty twenty one.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:59 min | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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

03:07 min | Last month

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"That box it's it's K- US. The winds are everywhere the crowd. Chanting people are saying used. His It's crazy storm going on the rest of my career at forty, five out I won't even use the word ease the as. The feelings inside the eye of that storm. There's a fine line where you step over, and you lose that that that that moment you need to be that focus that. The all those things. A your your friend, those feelings. Your friend and I'm acquainted with them now. At this point in my career, they're uncomfortable and they make me feel nervous, and they make me feel scared and embiid. Fill all these crazy emotions, but at the same time like when I do feel that there you are again. It's almost time to do it without the. Great if I don't feel that I, don't I don't i. don't know what's going on. I've never not felt it so I need that. That's what keeps me in the moment. That's like. A drug man. That's what I need. When I say you guys teach people. And I was hoping that this conversation. Could teach people that the Thea- is good, and it's needed even of gladiators like you guys that a lot of people's that you. Devoid of that you're not you're not. It's just that you learn to use it to control it. Alert the live with you. Learn to make it be your friend. You'll learn to make it work for you and I just thought that's a lesson that people could kinda gay. From. Just from watching the personal like you and hearing a person like you talk as honestly as you fight. About that yet theater that. Added ide- screwed. You Know I. Don't let it control me I could. Use It. and. That's all I just wanted to get that out there for the people. One of the things that I noticed us in. To the to your point of being calm was inbetween, maybe the third and fourth. You End. Your coach Mike Brown having a real light moment. And you said how's my hair? And I just remember thinking all the chaos and. They did I saw a special on UFC. Put together in the last couple of days where? He said like Oh. He's getting tired and you were like. Yeah. I can tell feel an and not for me, highlighted everything you guys just talked about. Is that level of awareness and being totally calm that you could feel the shift that as fans we most people could see like. Oh, you could see the momentum shifted. Hooker is still dangerous, but he's tired in Dustin is starting to pour it on now. Talk to me about how you feel. And what Mike Brown had to say in like maybe about your relationship with Mike and how you guys balance each other out. Because I thought it was like you guys are perfect, complement each other. Yeah, he's a student of the game he's. Obviously a head coach at a huge very successful, one of the biggest Mitch Martial Arts gyms in the world, but he is a student of the game and I just respect his outlook on fighting in his.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:10 min | Last month

"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

05:46 min | Last month

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"His patients I. thought that's one of his best weapons of the guy has great patience. Doesn't force things. Put himself in bad positions being overzealous. That's a superpower, but he has patients very simple. Beria overlooked he just patient he likes. These guys make mistakes and capitalize. It might not be in the first round. It might be in the third, but he lets you make mistakes and he stays patient. And? That's what I wanted to do. I wanted to match that with Joe Him I've been in there in the fourth in the fifth round more than him, a more season, and I can be patient when things really uncomfortable. And I knew that there was gonna be a tipping point in the fight where I started to pull away, and when I did that, I didn't think he would be able to catch up and I. think that's what happened every round. That was just shifting into gear that he didn't have. He was maxed out and apple away. Draw a shift. To another year each round and he just did not keep up the speed. Keep up the work. That I agree that. I. Thought You lost the first round I told you will win in the second and then as can said. Got Away from you I thought. I thought. Hulkah- did a little bit of sugar. Ray It what he did on Hagley stalled around. A little bit you know. It's the trickle fighters that are you can still around the judges remember that more than remember the beginning of the route so all the middle. Though I felt a little bit like that actually when I was watching it. And there's a thin line sometimes between being patient of being a slow starter. and. Sometimes. You gotTA balance that. Sometimes. You seem to get started out of the gate a little slow. Is that fact. Specter opinion I think sometimes inside night. Okay, for sure, definitely the headlight. Because I've definitely come out guns blazing too early before as well. It's a fine back. I feel like it's ever evolving. Every fight is different every ah! Yeah! It's a constant balance and I'm trying to find him. Just see that night. Listened to you talk. That everything is mental in his business and in my business, and it just seemed that you might have been thinking about being patient. Ended kind of. Kind of morphed into something else house into. Way? Getting into a slow start that that it. Took you there without meeting to take you there. Because the tattoos, the right intention. To be on the control. Eighty percents to me at least. Seventy five eighty percent of this business that we do. Is Battle. Did, everybody is talk. Matt Man, but I'm going to say, but everyone is talked about the elements or the lack of the element of the fans now with the covent virus. And? For me. I mean you perform? Brilliantly specially down the stretch. And I'm just wondering if. A guy like you. All these gladiators. If. If. It helps in a way. I know most people going to say Teddy. Talking about, but It most people think it's a negative I. Look at it as It could be a positive because it removes the some of the emotional element. Promotional flickinger elements to deal with. You know where. Eighty percent of it is that and now you take the fans out of it. You may get cold a you make you make it quiet. You make it just what it has to Bait. And so as you remove the imagination, because the imagination is, what does all the damaged people in my business is that it makes you start? Taking this could happen. That could happen. There's no ceiling. There's no control but the reality of what can happen. Control it can only be this all this. It can't be more than that. That's the reality of. And the imagination so some of that emotional. Stuff. I feel might be removed with no audience, and it just becomes here we are. Something I've done before something I'd prepared for my whole life. That's all it is. It's nothing else. That makes sense it does and your both. Your head on, if if I can fight the rest of my career with no crowd, I would do it. That's how focused and good I felt. If pure so Michael was walking into a sparring session the gym with my coaches. Of course, the butt of president emotions are there. Fistfights one, but it's a completely different thing. It's a completely different thing from the walkout from the warm up from standing across looking at my opponent felt more pure, it felt like the only guys in there and we were going. GonNa find out who was better right now and I feel like I'm better than these guys, so it was just I felt in my element, if I can fight this way the rest of my career. As flooded of you would say that. I. My instinct told me that that was something that was.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

01:59 min | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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 | Last month

"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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freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson

Software Engineering Daily

04:28 min | Last month

freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson

"To make as well so let's first just talk about products surface area. Sure so free co camp is really three different core applications. There's the curriculum and. Portfolios? That's one of the pillars. And that is all custom code part. That's when we say the platform nationally what we're talking about we also have. A free co Camp Dot Org Slash News, which is our publication and published several articles today they're often in-depth explanatory journalism about technology. Then we have the free forum, and that's the third pillar of Free Co camp now. All three of those run on separate servers, the free cocaine forum is powered by discourse, which is a really cool self hosted open source form tool created by the founder of flow. Jeff Atwood in his. And that's very well maintained, and you can get your own discourse running really easily if you want to. You can just deploy to the cloud, and it'll live on its own server in docker container, and there you go. Same thing with free. Co Camp Dot org slash news that is running on ghost, which is another self hosted open source project that just released version three of their tool, and it's like wordpress, but it doesn't have a lot of the baggage that comes with wordpress. wordpress is excellent. But it does have some vulnerabilities in it does have. A very complicated plugin system in wordpress is trying to do a lot of things whereas ghost is just trying to be. A publication tool. So we have maybe. Seven thousand articles on. Free Co powder slash news at this point and we have. Hundreds of thousands of posts on free cochem dot org slash. So those are those who now if you want, I can drill into what powers the frequent camp platform the core curriculum. Please do yeah, so we are running. React on the front end. We're running known. As the back end were running a tool called loop. which is. An API tool. It essentially turns your rap into an API where all the routes. Can, confess chase on as well they shemale. It's something that's already baked into tools like ruby on rails like with ron rails. You take any euro. You could just put dot Jason at the end of it and get a Jason Representation of that of the data in that route so. Does a lot of that stuff. We ease Mogadishu for database and we have managed cluster. On 'em lab and we're working on moving that over to Mugabe's new atlas tool. Atlas. 'EM! Lab was acquired by Manga to be recently, so they're kind of sunsetting 'em lab. I think so. We're in the process of moving everything over. To have a big sharded system because we have a lot of data. We've got millions of records, and each of those records has these of challenge completions. And a whole lot of other data that they've added to their portfolio and the portfolios themselves were working on growing them, and making them a lot richer in terms of just having a lot more data like you can submit a whole different projects you've built from. Outside of the Free Co curriculum as well if you built your own. Jobs script game for example you could submit that and turn that into a kind of like a Lincoln light four developers, so we're working on that the platform itself in terms of the curriculum. Is. A gatsby APP and you hit that. Euro Free Co Camp Dot org slash learn and the entire curriculum loads. And it stays in your browser. It. Of Challenges, and then when you complete challenges, it will post those to the server, and if you disconnect from the server for some reason, you can keep completing challenges than when you reconnected a push that back up to free Co camp servers, so we're very close to having be fully offline. Functional APP like a progressive

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Getting Ready for Mars

Innovation Now

01:13 min | Last month

Getting Ready for Mars

"Nasr's next Mars Rover has arrived in Florida to began final preparations for its launch to the Red Planet this July. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future early on February eleventh the rover and support. Equipment for the Mars twenty twenty mission travelled in four police escorted trucks to an air reserve base in California there. The cargo was loaded aboard to waiting C. Seventeen for the cross country. To NASA's Kennedy, Space Center in Florida the rover left the only home. It has ever known Nasr's jet. Propulsion Laboratory to spend the next few months at the same spacecraft processing facility that handled NASA's curiosity rover after final assembly and some additional testing, the rover will be enclosed in its aeroshell. Then Mars Twenty, twenty will be delivered to Cape Canaveral an integrated with the atlas, five rocket that will hurl it toward yesica crater in July. Once on Mars the rover will collect and store rock samples search for signs of microbial life and pave the way for the humans who will follow.

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Surveyor 1 landed on moon - June 2, 1966

This Day in History Class

03:18 min | 2 months ago

Surveyor 1 landed on moon - June 2, 1966

"The Day was June second nineteen, sixty six. Nastase Lunar Lander Surveyor wine landed on the moon. The event marks the first time an American. Space probe made a successful soft landing on the moon. On February third nineteen, sixty six, the Soviet Union's Luna Nine, became the first spacecraft to make a soft landing on the moon. By this time, the Soviets and the Americans successfully crash-landed probes on the surface of the moon, but landing required something to cushion the landing like rockets as well as a way to send the information back to Earth. For Luna Nine, the entire spacecraft descended to the surface, but a landing capsule was ejected just before impact. NASA launched the Surveyor Program to demonstrate the feasibility of lunar surface landings. The program was also designed to get data and preparation for Nastase Apollo space, missions. Surveyor one was the first of the series of seven robotic spacecraft sent to the moon. As part of the program, it was designed as an engineering test flight for demonstration of its launch vehicle the Atlas-centaur, it also served to demonstrate the spacecraft's mid course and terminal maneuvers as well as radar in rocket controlled soft landing. Another one of the mission's objectives was to demonstrate the ability of the survey or communication system and deep space network to maintain communications with the spacecraft during its flight after a soft landing. The planning site for Surveyor. One was the southwest part of. The Laura Avast, dark plain on the western edge of the near side of the moon. surveyor-1 lifted off from Cape Kennedy on May Thirtieth Nineteen Sixty six. On June, second

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Some front line workers could get their tolls waived

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Some front line workers could get their tolls waived

"Now the Dulles greenway which connects the airport to Leesburg Virginia is allowing first responders and healthcare professionals to drive free on the road through a toll reimbursement program in recognition of the work that healthcare professionals and and first responders the undertaking in response to cover nineteen teams learners U. S. operations director for atlas anterior which operates the roadway eligible drivers will have tolls on the road between April the first and June thirtieth reimbursed on their easy pass account that window may be extended depending on lockdown versions but that initial period that way we're

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Atlas 5 launches military spaceplane on secret mission

WBBM Evening News

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Atlas 5 launches military spaceplane on secret mission

"A U. S. space force mission blasted off from Cape Canaveral this morning the atlas five rocket is taking an unmanned X. thirty seven B. spaceplane on a classified military mission a small research satellites developed by the Air Force Academy was also deployed this is the seventy seventh mission for the space

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Miami - Atlas V Rocket Lifts Off For US Space Force Mission From Cape Canaveral

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Miami - Atlas V Rocket Lifts Off For US Space Force Mission From Cape Canaveral

"In the U. S. space forces celebrating the successful launch of its X. thirty seven B. spaceplane this morning and lift off of the United launch alliance atlas five rocket with USSF seven for the United States space wars on a mission dedicated to America's strong an atlas rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral carrying the solar power plane into orbit but many of the details of the unmanned missions are

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COVID -19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

06:38 min | 2 months ago

COVID -19 Travel News

"Kim and fill out chat with atlas obscure shortly. But what's the latest news surrounding treble? Fill the vice. President of the European Commission has told Brits it's safe to holiday in Europe this summer despite Corona vars but look contradicting what the UK secretaries' saying they say Britain would be more likely than not to have to forego any international travel. This year's surprised the British the British and the European communication breakdown. And I think that was the point of the big referendum anyway. It's even worse for his trying with any obviously travel unexpected to anyway knee no at least twenty twenty rates outlook recent research nights that million people living in countries where the orders are close to non-citizens non-residents Judah covered Montaigne. That is a lot of people looking for. Hobbies Field Well Tell Tell Tina from atlas obscure. It's an online travel magazine into to accompany fill. You not caught up with them to see how things are traveling or not grown with their operations including looking after their customers during rush. It's been it's been a roller coaster. Being you know operating trips we started to affect US really Back in January because we had troops that were to Vietnam At that time and we even at that time had a a China trip scheduled for March. So it's something that we you know really started affecting us in January Edit in March really just kind of came to a head with You know really just suspending trips and canceling trips across the board because of all the restrictions that really started to come down really heavily And then when those restrictions came down I mean March. Thirteenth was a day where we had We had guests in destination. We had guests in Tunisia and the day before we had guests that were just about to return home from Galicia in Spain so it was pretty much a mad dash. You know all hands on deck to make sure that we could communicate with our guests and worked to try to get them Connected to the proper channels for re bookings so that they could get home safely and just really keep them informed as best we could as the information was changing minute by minute and that's pretty much at least on my side as I guess experience manager. That's been our main cushion. Goal is to really try to keep in front of the information as best. We can keep our travelers informed as these updates start to develop to utilize guest experienced. How tell your operations? So how did it affect you so I think one thing to keep in mind is the adults obscure us? Trips program is quite new. It's pretty young. In Twenty Sixteen. We had three departures in twenty seventeen. We had twelve and we had over one hundred twenty scheduled for twenty twenty so this was our big year. We had started really small. We're scaling quickly. So it was tough to have happen in the year that we were really kicking it up to a much bigger notch and then tap the skill back so quickly so I feel like that was an overarching feeling looking at this is we got. We went big so quickly and then we had to really retract and I think operationally that affects our relationships with the people we partner with on trips and our trips are run on such an individual basis often with one or two people in that destination. It's rarely with DMC And so we're really relying on those relationships and we had really leaned on those people and built those relationships in from one year to eight or ten and so figuring out how to manage it responsibly. And and take that in consideration And just be mindful of how we're all working through this together. It really came down to being really thoughtful about how to approach those relationships. Both for how the rest of this year unfolds. Also how we approach next year. Because that's the thing everybody as travelers we think about how all of this has affected the travel. But when you're in a business like these are the people who are relying on you and you've got to you know you've got to consider them as well especially for these people who so many of our trip leaders were in tourism. They aren't in tourism And so to go from just a couple of trips to a lot of the people I work with now running so many they made a shift and so this of course effects that shift And so they need to figure out how to shoot back or whatever it might be. What do you think guests are going to be looking full from tool provided in companies like us? Sure I mean I think that that is the the million dollar question in that. Everybody billion dollar million dollar question and there. There's there's so many conversations you know going on in the industry around that and I think that I mean I do think that there is going to be somewhat of a of a surge in particular markets and I think that there's GonNa be a retraction and others. I think that the main thing is that what we've been trying to do it. Atlas obscure in this time is maintaining the trust of our guests. I think that people really are going to want to travel with companies that they trust that they know will communicate with transparency and with clarity. And that's something that we've been working really hard to do because I think across the board that it's going to be a portent Especially when you're in a situation where like I said before. Nobody really knows exactly what's going to happen. But if you're with a company that you feel confident will be able to provide the correct information and get you in and out of whatever situation may be that that's going to be of a priority for people when they're choosing a company

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Space Force dedicates mission launch to pandemic workers and victims

WIOD Programming

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Space Force dedicates mission launch to pandemic workers and victims

"And lift off of the United launch alliance atlas five rocket the U. S. space force launched a secret mission from Cape Canaveral this morning an atlas rocket put an X. thirty seven B. space plane into orbit rough weather stop the attempt yesterday a SpaceX launch schedule for today got pushed back to

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Back-to-back launches scheduled from Cape Canaveral this weekend

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Back-to-back launches scheduled from Cape Canaveral this weekend

"Covered nineteen will not stop a record setting weekend at Cape Canaveral local space force officials are going ahead with two rocket launches planned for Saturday and Sunday the first Saturday morning is a U. LA atlas five rocket blasting off on a secret mission then early Sunday SpaceX will launch a falcon nine rocket carrying sixty starlink satellites into

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

10:44 min | 3 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"I think it was the right decision he probably can't see that and I can't blame them because he wouldn't be who he is because see it he wouldn't be who he is but to make that accusation. You gotta believe that he either really thinks that or the. It was true because I just can't see a guy with that kind of reputation making such an outrageous really thinks it. I just think along the lines of what I was saying. That's my feeling is that he just can't his ego can't by the fact that that he couldn't get up because it is mighty could get up and he's probably he could get up but that doesn't mean that the referee didn't do the right thing. Yeah exactly that does because everybody's looking at how affected he is. How packed it. He was for the punches. He might be able to get up and then get hit and get really hurt so but in his mind I could see him with his belief in with the with the way I thought that he has with the greatness inside himself that allowed him to go ten years without losing Ken that he just can't accept that. Yeah anything that and I get it I get it. But that doesn't mean he's right about the REF. Yeah well it was. It was an impressive performance by pseudo who now After the fight announced his retirement. Who will go out on top as the Champ of two weight divisions and with his Olympic gold medal in wrestling and that brings us to the To the main event Tony Ferguson. Just engage he just engage. You only two losses by the way one of them to a friend of the show dust in Pori and the other two Eddie Alvarez. I spoke with dust emporia before this event and he told me In the Co main the main he likes to. Hudo ENGAGE ENGAGE. He was almost two to one underdog and I happen to agree with them But in in for the rectus than said after the fight albeit gauge again just Please let Teddy No But this fight was all action. Super entertaining lived up to all the hype. Incredible performance by just engage. He I think he showed an incredible ability to get better and get smarter because he was known known as an all action. Fighter got hit a lot and one of the things he said after the fight was that in going back and working with his trainer. He's basically trying to remedy the problems. He was with getting hit so much. And it looks like he's done it because Ferguson is known as being a ferocious striker and I love this fight. Every minute of it was unbelievable. Both guys with damage obviously Ferguson. A lot more than gauge. He bought what did you think of. This one was suppose how special poor areas that he beat this guy really. Yeah I mean he's a champion again Pori. I have no doubt about that but having said that. That's that's my feeling you know Some haters out. There might say some about that too. That's okay It'd be a hell of a fight though. Maybe that's what I should start by saying I pay for that I pay for that styles styles. They're both terrific strikers. I liked that you know Good punches could strike. Us always position balanced position to strike. You know. That's that's what are the complements. Give great of boxer in nowy in a way. The Japanese FIDO's the monster. That's won the title sewer early. So few fights and in so many divisions can One of his greatest Straits is that he's always balanced. He's always set. He's always he's never out of position when he throws a punch but having said that I will start by saying boy. These guys are tough. I say it again boy. These guys are tough. I'll say one more time boy. These guys are tough and but having said that man can if you take a rock a rock is pretty hard to hurt if you take a rock a big rock abodes baby and you crack it with a sledgehammer. It doesn't extraordinary so doesn't doesn't split. Two dozen doesn't crack. It doesn't breakoff. And you crack crack crack it and nothing happens the come back the next day crack it new crack it with a sledgehammer and nothing happens and then one day you come back and you just lean on it and a piece falls off kind of liked to jab at the end of the night hurting this courageous warrior as like a call Just just a a savary a warrior. Gladiator you pick your choice. And obviously I'm talking about Ferguson. And at the end you know he was gone but it's because he the rock kept getting hit sooner or later it's going to show even what is not showing it's having an impact. Something is loosening up. Something is happening. Nobody no man is a rock onto himself in true terms philosophically. Whatever way you want to physically and that is what took place but again the parallels my sport this sport when I was commentating for those years with ESPN same thing. It's one thing to be tough as another thing. Who's the smarter guy and that was gay cheesy and I'm not taking not tonight. I Love Ferguson. How did you learn love? I spent the whole beginning of this broadcast talking about men like him so of course I love him but I love h e to that. He's ready to. He's ready to to die. He said that after the fight he said I went in here. Ready to die. I you know what I don't use. We believe guys when he say I believe he's guys when they say that for that moment for that moment they get themselves there. I believe him I believe him. How else could you perform the way? How else can you leave everything outside the door that you have to leave outside the door take about what I'm saying? You gotta leave stuff outside the door human stuff to go in there. Ready to deal with what these guys deal with. You got to leave it outside the door if you think about living. You won't have to do it. I know that some people Who Anyway Yeah. I'm GonNa tell you a story. Obviously it's not as severe but it gets to the point custom model the greatest for me. The my mental. Psychologically everything technically the dedicated his whole life to sport. We just did our podcast on him Last week so people haven't seen it. If you feel like you can see it. And he special man understood his realm. There's realm and how it attached to this to this Rome. This is the general. This is just the troops and he told me he was going to go in the army. You know he too had been Trafton I guess and he was getting ready to go in the army so you know what his first thing that he did. He didn't write a letter. He didn't say goodbye to people he did start doing that. You know that could be your first thing or you could start packing. But first thing he did he started sleeping on the floor. He stops sleeping on a bed. Why because he said he had to stop being comfortable with the things that make us comfortable. That's to not allow us to be ready to do certain things like die. He said in his mind up going in the army supposedly back in those days going in. There's only one thing I gotta be prepared to die said you know. I don't want to hate him. Why did I wasn't gonNA go run out into the field? Say shoot me but he in his mind. He was talking to his young trainer. Who wanted to be a good trainer and he said Teddy. I that that's how I prepared for it so it's hard to die if you live in comfortably because you don't WanNa lose those things you human so I got rid of them one by one. I started getting rid of all the things that made it comfortable to live. That made me WanNa live like a comfortable mattress and I slept on a floor to condition myself and I believe these guys to the same thing. I believe to get ready to go in that ring. They have to be ready in their mind. Just like customers getting ready for the army to die to they. WanNa die of course not but they have to have that mentality to perform at the level that we watch and I spent twenty minutes at the beginning of his podcasts. Trying to give them that just a respect for for people appreciate what they truly do and how they do it. They have to prepare themselves and they have to give up comforts of things and thinking of things that would not allow them to be prepared to die..

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

12:09 min | 3 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Happy Mother's Day to all the MOMS OUT THERE TEDDY. I wanted to get your thoughts on. Ufc Two forty nine. But before we do how you doing. Good thanks fast. Good thank God May think is my family. Everybody's everybody's good and They're healthy happy. We have my. I don't know if I mentioned on the last episode but I have my daughter husband and two children are two grandchildren. We are three one of them. Lives in California with my son. Teddy put with to have They sold out in New Jersey and while they're looking for a new house deliver with us so they moved in here a couple of weeks ago probably about two and a half weeks ago and the houses alive again can we. Y'All GonNa get you know. We have fun. I have a two and a half year old grandson and a six month old granddaughter here living with us and you know it's back to those times where there's a little face on top of your at six thirty in the morning you know Seven o'clock and Sam get wake up. Papa Getty up up get up. So that's that's special healthy and wall together and you know it's it's good it's it's good you. I'm catching up. All my kid movies to be used the The movie the dogs Or the dinosaur movies Paul Patrol we've passport patrol. That's that's old news now. I know them all those. Those those opening jingles from the patrol like etched into my head forever. Paul Patrol poor patrol. Hey I live sports event last night. I don't know about you but I want. I don't think I missed a single second of this. I was telling my wife I was looking forward to it for like two weeks. I told her. Please keep the kids out of here. I really want to watch this. It's the only thing I've been looking forward to. And in my opinion the event lived up to all expectations. I thought it was an awesome card. But on a on a broader level curious to hear your thoughts on Dana White Lot of division a divisiveness over the decision to go forward with this. And I think it's be. Some people have chosen to make it very political and as an example Arum came out and was very very critical of Dana White but at the same time he's also super critical of trump and trump had a prerecorded message for Dana White and the UFC fans. Which I thought was interesting. In during a sporting event that the president took time to spend send a special congratulations to the UFC and Dana. White curious to hear your take on the whole thing and in all regards. I can't help in chuckle. Just a tiny bit Ken. Because when it comes to Bob Arum of like trump's somehow could become like a sponsor of his tomorrow he'd be He'd be okay. You know what I mean He. I mean it's the same guy who was caught lying one time at a press conference and he just brushed it off and said they because when the news paper guys asked him but you said the opposite yesterday. I mean literally yesterday you said the opposite he said Oh yes. They always lying today. I'm telling the truth so I mean I mean really you that to me. That quote that quote personifies boxing and boxing promotions. And I'm not saying that. Dana white is a saint by any means but he has full control. He could do whatever he wants. But that's why. Boxing is kind of taken the accused from the UFC. That's why when canal. Oh the biggest drawn. Sport has a fight. They make the fans wait ninety minutes 'til Eagles in fights for light heavyweight title so that they can see in the arena I mean how much more emasculating can that be. Yeah like you're right Adam. Adam has no credibility for me. You know he's he's been a tremendous promoter. We we give him his doe of course longevity decades somewhere in that neighborhood At least six and but I mean we've all heard you. I've heard him say that. A certain fighter that was under his guidance on his shield As companies banner of promotion was better than Ali. You know and and then the Guy I half a year. Later was with a new promoter. The guys you know that guy could box his way out of paper bag. You know I mean it's it's just the extremities of extremes of him as as just boundless spotless as no limitations to where he'll go with anything that serves him at the time or a obviously as something that he wants to save because taking a shot at somebody else and It it suits him but As far as you know the shows a good show I mean I love to see the pay per view numbers you know. I love to get a because you would think you talk about that old saying that a captive audience. I mean this is what it was. You know this is this is this is one time that saying is as right on a mock a captive audience. You know you Usually you hear about those things and his true to them where if you go into an arena to watch a ball game and you have to pay ten dollars for draft beer or or five six dollars for a bottle of water or six thousand seven dollars a hotdog you. You're like what? Where would you ever pay that? It's a captive audience. That's where you have no choice. So that's you know. This is the first time maybe maybe in the history of television of sports where you truly had a captive audience where you know people had nowhere else to go you know just like being in new renew. You have nowhere else to go if you want a hotdog. You gotta pay seven dollars if you wanted to sports and you haven't watched him for two months. You had nowhere to go. You know there was one place ago again. We was saying I think the obvious put sometimes things that all and blow it out as the obvious so they way was pretty smart now. Look now's the other Paul. Was He responsible? You know In the midst of all this and I think he was. I think he. We haven't heard anything. Negative we heard that wanted to train is one of the fighters tested positive for the virus. Put in a way that speaks to a good job that doing to speaks to the system. They put the protocol. They put in place before they did this that they were able to to find that out and keep them isolated from anyone else which is what the protocol was to have. That was the the way he had organized the way that the structure of it was so he had them isolated so they didn't infect anyone else but his his testing and his protocol fouled that these guys were positive where otherwise you never would've no. That's right there. Were no symptoms. You never would've know how it was jock Array Sousa and to the credit that kid would have never known that he has no symptoms at all nor did his two trainers at least one I think they could have been infecting like you know. Countless amounts of other people no symptoms at all they were able to identify the guys who who had the virus isolate them. Send them out of there and wherever they went a Sousa lives in Orlando. The event was in Jacksonville. So I imagine he could've destroyed himself home in isolated but you make the argument that they actually did. The testing like helped someone. I agree to set and so they look at. It seems again. It's early all the reviews. Have come in you know but it would seem that they did a a responsible job and then getting to that part of it. They did a responsible job from the from the part of that you know with the danger of the virus with the handling that You know obviously no audience and so all the things that they did and the testing and very very thorough extreme proper testing the way I understand it is. Everyone is tested multi tested multiple times tested before you arrive tested when you arrive or tested upon arrival. Everyone's isolated during the process. And that's why you need and it just seems especially if you're going to do what they know why it's doing right now bringing sports back. Bring a contact sport. Where obviously you're in the same vicinity of each other and He sweat sweating Orlova each other. Everything else that I don't have to go over You better have to testing down pat. I was just going to say. It's funny that as soon as they comes out and he's getting obviously a lot of attention and look. The people who wants sports are excited. And it's also from everything I've seen in. There's so much contradictory information out there on the virus but it looks like the the people who are really susceptible really elderly people with preconditioned pre existing conditions but nevertheless he put on. The show was a lot of buzz and certain people in sports just couldn't help taking shots at them and One of those people was Oscar de la Hoya Asked him something about fighting conor McGregor and he said something to the effect of all album in less than two rounds and Dana came back and they asked him at a press at the press conference for the event. Like what do you think about Oskar and endanger kind of dismissed it like Oscars crazy and Oscar? Came back with a tweet. I think on Friday night but at night and he said Dana. You're such a little bitch. You never laced up a glove other them being a boxing aerobics teacher. The for Tito brothers are the ones who built the business. And you're lucky enough to just have ten percent of the UFC little bitch and again. Dana has like just kind of brushed it off. But it's like anyone else. If anyone else is getting attention the others just come out of the bushes like hey what about me. I'm here to then. Then he that tweet and then came back with the same for the record McGregor. I never challenge you. I just asked a question and I simply spoke the truth. But it's just funny watching everyone scramble for every ounce of attention that when the only attention right now seems to be for the UFC. They're the only ones that are doing anything or even have a plan and I'll be curious to see how box reacts and and what the plan is going forward. Are they going to have fights with no fans? I mean I hope they do. I hope that they can get the not all. These guys are like making tons of money right so see any other way. They could do it. Yeah I mean you have to go with fats I mean I think that's I mean that's that's the first part of it of the equation. Yeah you know the rest of has to be figured out and everything the training and everything else to depre- stuff wherever they training are they being tested all the way up to the event you know. How often do they be INTESA?.

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"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

10:53 min | 9 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"I don't know. Just give me the Goddamn Gun. John had this call Brown Plymouth road runner that he had totalled seven or eight times and was always hauling into the body shop after I got the gun from Nipple. We went outside inclined to John's car. Bunch of people followed us out. Sort of like a sendoff. If it was clear we will embarking on something. I roll down a window in a moment of drunken bravado. I shot a gun into the air laid on nipple told me that as we drove off he remarked everyone. While they're not coming back didn't exactly make them know Saddam's for why how we just drove around with strange. We wound up on Richmond terrace where my father grew up. You think of these things afterward did it means something. Was it a piece of a puzzle. So it's hard to think it was just coincidental anyway. There was a bar down was closed. I don't know what time it was but it must have been past three in the morning. You want to go in yet. It's going those a window shaped like a triangle. I put my sleeve over my hand and punched it in then quote through the opening cutting my my chest on one of the shards of glass. We would terrible criminals. I mean total. Avalanches John was too big to get through the window so he stayed eight outside. Wide poked around and the dog. You find the cash register is anti money in a year. They love to bug full fucking money at least get his a bottle of Scotch Watch. I grabbed a bottle. Johnny Walk in quote back out John Guzzle quarter the bottle right there on the curb. Then God back behind the wheel of the roadrunner. We drove around a while more finally stopping at a gas station. But this was a weekend night they'd been busy in. A capsule was so full of money that it was almost spilling out of two slot at the top so we were standing there. The attendant had the holes in his hand pumping oil gas and I was plucking twenty dollars bills out of the top of this thing. I wasn't even trying to hide what I was doing. And John was acting all selley cracking up because I was so calm and blatant about it and some point to kid who was pumping gas noticed today. When I think about it I feel bad for kid like that but at the time I was in a different place? I didn't have those feelings for anybody. Anyway I just gave this kid a look you know. Don't fuck with me. Look and he decided not to pursue it at least not directly and steady headed off into the office where there was a phone. Come on Teddy we gotta blow this place. He's calling the cops John Yang nozzle out of the gas tank and threw it on. The ground was still pumping it snaked around scorn Gazza. All over the place. I plugged a couple more bills out of the capsule then got into the call. John already had. It started up the kids source and came running out of the office to stop us. I started getting out of the corner confront him and he ran back inside. Okay I shut the car door and we were about to leave again and again he came running out. It was slapstick stuff. This time I took the gun and aims it Adam. He stopped dead in his tracks and hit the deck legs already shot. He is scared out of his mine. I raise the goddess. Shot it into the. Except he didn't know he was face down and whimpering half an hour later China nearly finished off the bottle of Johnny Walker we were cruising along victory boulevard. When he picked up a cop car on Novi of Humira they will block behind this? He immediately got panicky. We're fucked man. Fuck tatty just keep driving. Maybe we we should make a run for it. Just keep driving. They don't have that light on here. You're right we went away like that maybe a couple of miles far enough to begin to think. Maybe it was just just a coincidence. Because they won't do anything then we came over. His Rigid Defar Rented Victory Boulevard. Any idea we add that we wouldn't click exploded in ablaze of what felt like one hundred headlights pointing right at US lined up fouling on the street may be three hundred yards ahead was a road block of ten beliefs. 'cause Holy Shit. John said in his high terrified voice. Oh fuck shut up. The COPS had their doors winged open and they will crouch touchdown guns and rifles drawn over the PA.. They were shouting stopped a vehicle. John Slammed on the brakes. We skidded to a stop. The car fish detailing by now they will cop 'cause behind his to the one that had been following US and some others. Don't move put your hands where we can see them. Who a strange? I felt very calm. My thoughts were clear. I should have been like John Scared and shaky but I wasn't. I had to go to my waist band and I knew what was going to happen. I started to think of where to put the gun where to hide. These was seemingly rational thoughts though in reality given the danger Angel they were not at first. I thought I'd put the gun in adviser I started to raise it but I could actually hear the rustling of the cops guns and a uniforms. I could hear the nerves like string bean wound on a guitar over the PA one of them shouted. Don't fucking move. We will shoot you. If you move move I must not have listened at first because they kept screaming. Do not move we will shoot. John was saying Teddy. Listened to them. For Christ's Sakes listened to them. Something penetrated because I stopped moving my hands up instead. I bent forward through the gun onto the seat and again heard heard that rustle of movement and nervousness. It's amazing that they didn't shoot. I always tell the fighters I train that motion relieves tension. If you don't move if you go to this place where your muscles control you instead of the other way around. And that's what. I was hearing all this motion to sound of these cops. Trying not go to that place. In the next moment they rushed. The car has reached in and pulled us out thrown us to the ground. One of them crack me on the head was was his fist. Another one said where is it. I didn't answer so they started. Taking Akhara pod yellen where the focused gun. They took two seats out and put them among the sidewalk. They still couldn't find it. I was just lying there hoping against hope. They wouldn't find it but knowing that they would. It must have been a good five minutes minutes before I heard one of them shout. I've got it. It turned out to trick of the gun had hooked on a spring under the car seat. It was hanging from the bottom of deceit. The the miracle was that when the spring caught trigger. The gun didn't go off if that happened. Well that probably would have been the end of this story as of getting arrested for second. Felony in two days wasn't bad enough. I was also being charged with attempted murder. Because of that shied I'd find it into there at the head station WHO's crazy. I hadn't been shooting at the kid but that was the charge at the station house. The cops took into a back room. Almond began work on me. A kid like you from a good family going off to prison. It's a real shame. As far as they were concerned. There was only one hope for me if I could supply them with some info on a gun ring. They were investigating. Maybe the judge would go easy on me and his space of a couple of days. They twice ice nailed me with guns so they thought I must know something in fact I did. I knew the names of some of the wise guys who were involved in a ring just from hanging hanging around the kinds of people I was hanging around with I said are the guns interested in thirty eight and when I said that all the detectives perked up and drew their chance closer. What did I tell you? One of them said to the rest now. The reason I'm asking is because I don't know anything about thirty eight. It was a stupid show. Oh smut as for Vaudeville. And it didn't appreciate it. One of them hit me so audie knocked me off my chair. You think you're funny. You're a tough guy late on a shoved. A piece of paper in front of me was a signed statement and they gotten from John and another one from billy from today's earlier. You Pals put everything on. You said it was all your idea that you've got the guns and decided what to Rob Nice friends you got I. I refused to look at the statements but there that was smart. They kept moving away turning their backs and I would take a peek and see the signatures. They kept working on me trying to use it. They let me know. I know they will release in John that he'd made bell. His Bell was much lower than mine because he didn't have to prioritize. Like I did his going home. And you're GonNa Reich his his where you're GONNA get fucked up to as by Negus that doesn't Piss you off. You want to just let him get out this way. This guy who was supposed to be a friend. I knew trying to manipulate me but at the same time would they would tell me was true. It made me realize how weak people and how you can't assume that someone is your friend. Everyone has to be tested. That didn't mean I was going to give up any information to them from my perspective. That wasn't an option option. It didn't mean that I was strong. THEM JONAH BELLY. It was just that if you don't think there was a choice. Then is no temptation in away. I had learned about accountability for my father. The most vivid lesson had come after a fight had gotten into where my head was split open with a tie. I'd I'd gone to was office. And Noah Twenty people wait outside when the nurse saw me. She took me right into see him. My father looked at me and said he can wait with. Everyone else was three hours before I got into see him. I bled all over the waiting room floor. The nurse offered to administer Nova Game. But my father said no he. Doesn't you want that. If he's GonNa live like this he should know the way this kind of life feels. He put fifteen stitches in my head without using painkillers. What don't try to say that in my way of looking at the world which came in lodge pod from him it was better to do without the thing that ease pain without the Novacaine was signing a statement statement or whatever it was if you were going to do something you went in understanding the ground rules? I didn't understand something in which there was a buckling rule. The next morning John God released and I got sent to rikers. They said my bail at forty thousand dollars. The News of the arrests was all over over the front page of the Staten Island paper against it goes without saying that it was a major embarrassment for my father. I'd finally gotten his attention but not look good way. He was furious and refused to pay my bell. My mother wasn't.

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

11:12 min | 9 months ago

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Trying to get emotions out of a man like that was maddening. was impossible drove my mother to drink and meet to do the things I did. I was in my teens when I started hanging out with the kids down to L. When Stapleton which was a rough section of town there were housing projects down there a needle parkway all the drug dealers hung out and plenty of ways to get yourself into the trouble. I was still trying to get my father's detention but in a different way then when I'd gone out on house calls with them a much angrier way I dunno lovie was aware of the extent of it but I was cutting school lot for a while. He used to force me to get up in the morning and he'd drive me to school before he went to work. Maybe didn't have the time or the patience to be a real parent and get involved in a more active way. He thought if he made me go the rest will take care of itself Alf. He didn't understand what was more to it. He didn't understand that as a parent. It took more than thrown a glass award on your son in the morning. When he didn't wake up he should have known? Something was wrong on a deeper level as a dog. They certainly knew that he had to do more than inject medicine into a patient that he had to take time to talk to people to help them recover. But as a parent he just didn't get that halfway through my senior year in nineteen seventy four or nineteen. Seventy five. I stopped going to school entirely Kylie. I dropped out. I was hanging around with the Sullivan Brothers Down Stapleton. I'd met Genie Sullivan. I who's about my age with I was gifted Gab. And funny always making people laugh one time. He and I stole these little Manila envelopes from a stationery store and filled them with Oregano. Then we stood on the corner sonum as nickel bags of marijuana. We were so stupid we stayed on the same block vows to eventually some of the guys who sold them to Oh came back. I mean we were standing at three hours later in the exact same spot and is called for Puerto Rican guys drove off and a drive through the Manila the envelope and genie's face who you guys think backing him up and by then I'd already developed something of a reputation. A street fighter smiled and said what's the matter wasn't any good. Don't you know you have to put it on a sausage before you cook it. These guys went nuts. One Rhythm got out of the corner came at me. I wound up deck. We will just lucky. They didn't have guns laid on. I got to be friends with genie's brothers there were five of them altogether and even kinda opted me even though they were screwed up in various ways drugs and alcohol and other things they will family they would together. How was it seeing the problems just seeing that they were family over time? I got really close to Billy Sullivan. Who was about eight years older than me? Twenty twenty five or twenty six and a wife name Linden two young kids and Jersey. Billy was as skinny guy sharp dresser very charismatic and likable. He knew his way around. He taught me stuff like craps blackjack he had all odds down new all the numbers and was impressed by that. We played craps APPS with guys in a street. Billy was also very good poor play. I was pretty good but he was very good and we go into Baas hustle money that way though all the things is that drew me to him. He had a good singing voice. I I love to hear him sing under the boardwalk. We'd be in a bar and I play it on a jukebox and get him. I'm to sing along with it. I say Sing Billy and he would. He got a kick out of the fact that I like to sing for anyone in the Baden. Appreciated as much as I did I tell them you better start clapping and smiling against the fuck out here. I looked up to billy when I think about it. Now I can see was giving me something and I wasn't getting at home kind of interest and attention that I was stalled for. It wasn't just a criminal either. There was this other side to him. He coached a little league league team stapleton and he has to come down and watch so I want one day in every was steadily the third base coach box wearing a uniform talking to the kids when he saw me he winked. Never forget that it had an effect on me cinnamon that setting watching him with those kids. Of course he had to play the tough guy too so he said to me. I wish there was a line on his fucking game. My father mother knew I dropped out of school but they didn't say anything to me about it. Things would tense at home. I was heading in a bad direction. They knew it or sort of know it but they weren't doing anything or saying anything. Anyway stay away from them as much as I could for awhile at Crescent Jersey with billy and his wife and kids. His wife was pretty and blonde but the marriage was up and down he was robbing and stealing. And he had lots of bad habits on top of that chasing women drinking and gambling there was a pretty Spanish vanish girl about my age with big breasts. WHO's babysitting their kids? Billy wanted a banger but it was too difficult was his wife now so he told me I I should. I actually did wind up messing around with a I think he got a kick out of that. I mean he seemed like a cool tough customer but on the inside he was just a wounded kid. Who need someone like me looking up to him? I recognize that about him even at that time because I identified with most of the things billy did was self destructive. He never really heard anyone else why we stay in touch with him. We broke into place in the middle of the night and robbed it. Boy Boy always had some Schema plan. All we have to do is break through this cinderblock wall and will be in the back room to store where they keep the night's receipts so there we were in his back alley with all these tools. screwdrivers crow laws to all kinds of tools really trying to hack and Chisel away through this wall it took hours and one point billy whacked by hand with a slap Hamma and has started to swell up. When we finally quote? Truth is miniscule hall. We've made it was like a scene from a movie. We were in the wrong place. WHO's a grocery store but fuck it? We robbed at anyway. We took food and soda and I guess they had a little little bit of money to I mean. I don't even remember what we got but we got something. Billy was always deep into the book. He's always on the run from them. I gave my share of takes so he could pay them off the really funny part. Is that the cops actually tracked down the next day and questions about it. They didn't think we did it but they thought so. We might know something they said. Whoever did it they were professionals? They bypassed the wires in a war without setting off the alarm. That's why we know couldn't be you fucking idiots when they left. I said Billy there will. Why isn't a wall? You didn't tell me why isn't wall. He was dying laughing. That cop was looking right at you. Swollen swollen head saying no way we could possibly have done it. And we're the fucking idiots one night billy got a gun and we decided to rob a bar in stapleton. Listen wasn't really as premeditated as that. Sounds who would just look do something. And that's what we settled on. I didn't even know why I was doing the stuff billy knew what he was doing. He was Robina. Baugh me I was just trying to fit in with them. I saw him as someone who cared about me and I wanted. Let's show him that I was worthy. Anyway we went into this bar on Bay Street and we were there for a while drinking playing pool in a back room and plotting on next move. This is what I mean. It wasn't even a plan. We would just try to figure out what we were going to do. We knew we wanted to do something. Should we rob this conjoint going to what it's still early. Let get a little more cash than it till make it worthwhile while we were discussing it. This Guy Robert Holder showed up picked up a pool cue and joined us. I knew a little his brother dollars had been involved with wise guys got arrested then flipped and ended up going into the witness protection program. This this was back in the days when the witness protection program wasn't as full as it is today now. It's like the Holiday Inn you can't get in but in those days it meant something it was. It's like wow the guy fucking disappeared. He ratted out the wise guys and now he's gone anyway. Billy led his guy hold and know what we were doing that we had a gun. And we're GONNA rob the place. I don't know what he was thinking because this guy whose brother was a rat didn't even particularly light. Billy when hold a went off to the bathroom it to my said what the Hell you don't ads so K.. Billy said Oh about it come on. I'll buy you another drink. It was screwed up. If you'RE GONNA rob a place shirow at twenty minutes later we was still bullshitting around when cops came in. We were in the back room. They wouldn't affront but we could see them shake and people without looking around moving direction. That motherfucker billy said he gave us up. You Sound surprised. Shit the gun give it to me. They're gonNA nell steady. Giving the gun and have moment. Billy looked very weak to me just a scared kid. Recent news waistband. And I took the gun against C- he wasn't going to be able to handle going to jail. What are you doing? He said but he didn't really try to stop me when cops came into the back room they frisked me and found the gun. They wound up running his Bolton and taking pictures fingerprints whole bit. My bail was set at five thousand dollars for the gunshots. But they lead billy out on his zone cognizance his crazy thing. My father bailed me out the next day and two nights later I was down in Stapleton again looking for trouble I mean really really looking. I hooked up with another friend of mine his time. A guy named John who've been in football player was a big tough Baz had been on his own mission of self-destruction construction. John Been Stabbed at a New Year's party in-laws kidney and WHO's poisoning his remaining kidney with as much lick as he could drink. The basic plan for the night was forced to make some money but as I say they will obviously underlying issues driving each of us that we were too disconnected from the muscles to recognize. who started out in techies? Bond Gordon Street caused the street from the projects. Take he's was one of our regular hangouts just a small neighborhood drinking ball with shuffleboard machine and a pool table there was a friend of mine guy named Nipple who had a gun and I just came straight out and I told him Gimme the gun. What are you going to do? I need it. I said there was no question the idea give me his gun made him nervous. I made a Lotta people nervous at that point in my life because they knew whatever I did I would really do. I was dangerous. I wasn't a bad kid but I was dangerous because I was writes about what I was doing. I thought what I was doing had a purpose to it though. I doubt I could have said what it was then. At least I'd have been wrong. Come come.

"atlas" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

12:47 min | 11 months 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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