17 Burst results for "Heus Gracie"

"heus gracie" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"If it wasn't married, right. Fucking around here. So I got to assure clip I'm gonna play for you guys. Because you know, how we talk about magazine. Maybe it's a clip video. Right. So we know how like I always been like say how I turn everything gay run into weird people do this, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. All right. So I just this is a short two minute time possibly the most interesting man in the world. Oh that Mexican dude from the dosa keys, and here's this dose. Eckes Josephus, delta, dosa keys anyways. Anyways. I just want you guys to listen to this. What the city say. I don't always go down when I do. I'd never swallow. We're well fighter. But he's here with Elijah the Buell airport, and he is a very interesting life story. So this guy he's twenty three. He's been in the army trained with marines. He's got five hundred black belts eleven different. Martial arts degrees. Just tell me a little bit about the stuff you've done. I've done a lot of stuff to be honest. I've taught you know soldiers in Iraq house of south defense and everything like This. that. America's have taught Swedish soldiers and everything. So basically done a lot of my life. I started training martial when I was eight years old to now I got five black belts in Cuando Brazilian jujitsu in Japanese, and it was a call link Chong and quote him go. The train even wide Syon everything like that. But. Was it called? Says your mom. That's my mom. Okay. Go away. Right now, I have a regular forty matches zero losses. Told me about some pretty bad beatings handed on soldiers that disrespected you you wanna you wanna tell me about a couple of those one of those soldiers. They couldn't accept me being captain because I was too young. So what I did he sucker punched me in the face. So what I did. In return, I drag his face account across the concrete. It may. You gotta go is your mom calling. You. Degrees. Quick I had was a cold him by by Camerino. In biochemistry, and it was a call Sakala chief. Okay. Able alleges gotta catch. Mom. Great talking to you. Nice meeting. You man. It's take care and we'll see on the other side. All right. I'll see you playing. All right. A threat of playing. All right. Just everyone. Wondering is English a second language for him. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Because that would explain a lot of the was it called. But he has he had no accent is he did have an accent. Yeah. Yeah. You know, he had an accent on. Because I'm telling you are not as bad as bans. But I know I fact that trying to speak a second language she can make you sound like a retort on. I'm just going to say that this this guy, even when you're not did not look like someone who has trained in eleven different martial arts with like not this guy. I mean, I've seen the discrepancy between Heus Gracie and. School. You also you also has a degree in molecular.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"This away to what he is sitting trace in that. On the bottom. I attended. He's he's out. This is Jeff c on filtered. And now your hosts Jim Norton and mad, Sarah. Happy new year. Folks. It's our first show the new year new year, Jimmy happy, you're Matt. And Chris got that dog should out of the way. Well, happy attuned in we are recording later than normally do because it was just the holiday kinda messed us up. I'll say this. We have a lot to talk about we have a man Eunice calling in. We have your ihop calling in. And we have I can never say his last blocking off skew calling it. Okay. I got. I was Alexander. The great. Yes. He is tried the last Jim you there you at these fights as worth rose and fights. I missed. Jackson being Brian Kelleher because there was more traffic than anticipated. I came in the Curtis. Melander fight incredible. There's so much to talk about. Yes. Are we talking about your riot hall with your IRA hall? One thing. I would like to say I never enjoyed watching. Ryan hall fight. Everyone knows that because he just falls on the ground. And I feel the opposite of that you lie. Oh, I love it. I we ought to slow down with this. I don't mind starring have absolutely. Because watching the way he grabbed BJ's leg, and he'll hooked him. I can't not enjoy him. Any I have to enjoy watching Ryan whole light. It was actually beautiful. It was it was it was one of the fucking best things I've ever seen in the octagon name of his schools. Fifty fifty and that's the type that's what he got him in that was nasty position into the the last visually rolled right into it is if it's something that when you rep it with you seen him practicing it you'd be like, oh, he's not gonna do that. If I you know, he came such a long way, you know, from when he started. I double check. He lost a while back. I mean, my buddy Eddie five. Oh, that's right. That's only loss. I think five PM early. And this is what's the this is the the great thing about Ryan hall as a as a martial artist a fighter is he was always had an unorthodox type his jitsu like wild. You know what I mean? It's not exactly old school. You know, BJ's more old school? I'm old school. Like, it doesn't mean you can't air to your arsenal and whatnot. But that's just how you've been brought up. So he has a lot of techniques that don't look like they could hold water. And when he had his first, and it may match, I think it was very first match. Lloyd Irving was in his corner. And I jumped in my buddy, any five the corner who's on the my buddy card Almeida. So eddie. Took away. He was going inverted. And and and he's a very has a high level two guys. Well, he just kept good base. And Andrews would beat him up when he would get an inverted like start hammering them and stuff, and again, this is like a decade ago four so he volved like. You know immensely that the right word Ryan hollyman. Yes. So now, he's using are like the way. He he I told you I always liked the way vice people think is boring. He doesn't it's like the new it's like Heus Gracie two point. Oh, like, it's the it's now he's got straight doesn't strike out to watch out for. He does have a new wing kicks that can keep you out airing jet kicking range. And then he goes from that range pass the punching range into grappling range by any means necessary. Does you know, I just on the ground like a soccer player? Like, I could do without that. If this didn't if that did not land if the if he didn't get that tight bite on this. If you didn't get on that submission. It would've looked like that to salute took it away did get it. And he looks like a stud and. Can I tell you that leading up to this fight?.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"It should be nine rounds. I can now at least know that you're a thinker. I may disagree with your. Thought. But I can at least now know that you're thinking if you gonna five arouses why would five rounds possibly be great just on a simple level Plainfield of logic. It was an arbitrary number. That was picked fifteen years ago. Nothing in the sport. That was Auber trae early picked fifteen years ago. Still stays with us today. They have changed the way classes, they have changed the regulations they had changed the way in times. They have changed the procedures at an athlete must go through just to get a license. But for some reason, some of you are telling me that the arbitrary five rounds that was pulled out of thin air and used as an experiment to go. Let's just see what happens somehow is the perfect number. That's just silly even combat such as boxing if you were to look back at the eighties. The heyday when I was growing up when I was watching with the true four horsemen. I'm talking about Hearn's Leonard Hagler Duran because we're fighting fifty rounds you'll see Mayweather and Cannella in there. You know, see fury and wilder. And Josh win their fifteen rounds. Ada just shave around off like I'm suggesting or two rounds off like I'm suggest they shaved three rounds off. So for the people who pushed back on my premise that the athletes are simply out there. Too long. Go right ahead. If you want to add more rounds, we can then debate that to tell me Ono five rounds per how would it possibly be perfect? How would five rounds possibly be perfect gift understand sport was in a different place. When that was picked the five rounds was picked largely because of a fight that took place between Heus Gracie and Ken shamrock that was scheduled for no time limit well, half hour into it. The producers of the television show real we can't leave these guys out here all night. We got to do something at some point. We gotta fada black and roll the credits. So even though it was not within the rules. They made a rule while the contest was going. Okay. Thirty minutes. We're calling the singer draw. We're stopping we're moving onto the next fight. So some other guys looked at the thirty minute. That was pretty close. I looked about right to meals to five rounds a minute rest between boom that takes up to your thirty minutes. Let's see what happens from there. Well, we found out that happened from there was at the sport got tougher. The athletes got better and twenty five minutes was more than the human body was made to do. I think you can make that same argument on fifteen minutes, quite frankly, I haven't the foggiest idea how we settle in on fifteen minutes. It's a very long time one for as a fan. I don't enjoy watching something that long. I just think that's a little bit too long. You gotta get out there. You've got to prove your point to me. We've gotta go home. That's for me as a fan. I could of course point to a number of fifteen minute fights worked at. Wow, that was fantastic. I'd love to have seen a fourth minute. Sure. I could do that. But now, I'm being selfish and thinking about me, and I'm not thinking about the contestants that are in there. So I think one way to solve the problem of these guys who are too tough for their own good possibly is to visit the round situation. I would also question what gets a fight stopped. I haven't the foggiest idea. I feel as though Dan Hooker was failed in two different departments. Like, a mountain climber or like a window washer on top of a skyscraper. You have a second dairy safety mechanism in place in case, the first one fails you so that you. Can live the first one that failed..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"There's fans who weren't alive at that time who fighters on the car to earn a lot. There's fighters on the card who are in eleventh that time give them something to to understand why this is so important rather than like for us the nostalgia factor of the new graphics package, and that type of stuff hits and renovate Charles making allusions to certain things in the broadcast. But there's people who weren't aware. There's people who either were gonna live or just weren't as big fans at that time, tell them why they should care a little bit more. Give them a reason, you know, give them one of these legends to talk about what it was like in that time or why the twenty fifth anniversary is so important. I would like to see that. And people laugh at the numbering of the events in terms or whatever like us, so silly. But this is the one time where the numbering helps because like when when when the NBA has an anniversary when the NFL has an anniversary when you league baseball. They do great jobs. I think those leagues in terms of honoring the past in particular, the NBA and major league baseball actually NHL does a great job as well. They just celebrated their their hundred year in existence and they bring back the legends. And all in this case, you can point to a date the first event and the first guy who won. So it's almost so easy for you. To celebrate racing when it was born on this day like when when when when the NBA celebrates anniversary seventy five years one hundred years, they don't necessarily go back to November first nineteen forty six by the I do you know who played in the first game. I don't and actually was called the National Basketball Association was called the Basketball Association of America and played. It was the New York knickerbockers against. Your toronto. Huskies. Did you know that I did it? And anyway, so you knew score the first point. They seems Naismith. No, fellow Junaid Ozzy Shipman James Naismith, invented the game. I know a fellow Canadian, by the way, you know, that I didn't know that. Yeah. Anyway, they don't necessarily celebrate vary. Game isn't the important factor. But like, it's more the his here, you have an actual date that you so I don't know again, am I picking? Yes. But I think one thing that the spore can do better, and it's not a long history. And this goes into the hall of fame stuff like a better job. Now that we're getting a little older of honoring the past honoring the founding fathers honoring those who brought us to this point. And I think we're at least moving in that direction or at least moving that right direction. Maybe we can move a little bit faster. But we're moving that direction. The fact that the UFC has their hall of fame the fact that they did do this rebranding to pay homage to the past. That's that's progress. That's that's a step. I think we can just keep advancing it, and I think they will how old are you November twelve. Eighteen eighty three. I was six years old six years old. Amazing. So we you know, I was five years old fires. I was in kindergarten. Wow. I was eleven and a lot of people don't believe me. And it's fine. If you don't believe me, they know school to say, but my grandparents, and I didn't watch a live, but my grandparents had an illegal box. Yeah. All the pay per views. I used to watch the WWE wants. 'cause I knew that was I didn't know that on remember twelve this thing was happening. But if you're calling those things they would replay things over and over just Lupu. So I saw it one of the nights that it was being replayed shortly thereafter, and I remember watching it with my uncles, and my grandfather and being like what the heck is this? Yeah, I don't think I watched all three hours, but I did watch the end. So I remember Heus Gracie. Remember like the smallest guy one. And did they have any context for you today for millions? What was going on?.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"There's fans who weren't alive at that time who fighters on the car to earn a lot. There's fighters on the card who are in eleventh that time give them something to to understand why this is so important rather than like for us the nostalgia factor of the new graphics package, and that type of stuff hits and renovate shell making allusions to certain things in the broadcast. But there's people who weren't aware. There's people who either were gonna live or just weren't as big fans at that time, tell them why they should care a little bit more. Give them a reason. I give them one of these legends to talk about what it was like in that time, or you know, why the twenty fifth anniversary is so important. I would like to see that. And people laugh at the numbering of the events in terms or whatever like us, so silly. But this is the one time where the numbering helps because like when when when the NBA has an anniversary when the NFL has an anniversary when you league baseball. They do great jobs. I think those leagues in terms of honoring the past particular, the NBA and major league baseball actually NHL does a great job as well. They just celebrated their their their hundred year in existence and they bring back the legends. And all in this case like you can point to a date the first event and the first guy who won. So it's almost so easy for you. To celebrate raising when it was born on this day like when when when when the NBA celebrates anniversary seventy five years one hundred years, they don't necessarily go back to November first nineteen forty six by the I do you know who played on the first game. I don't and actually wasn't called the National Basketball Association was called the Basketball Association of America and played. It was the New York knickerbockers against your. Toronto. Huskies did you know that I did it. And anyway, so you score the first point. Nice seems Naismith. No Philo Junaid Ozzy Shipman James Naismith, invented the game. I know a fellow Canadian, by the way, you know, that I didn't know that. Yeah. Anyway, they don't necessarily celebrate vary game isn't the important factor. But like, it's more. But the his here, you have an actual date that you so I don't know again, am I picking? Yes. But I think one thing that the sport can do better, and it's not a long history. And this goes into the hall of fame stuff like a better job. Now that we're getting a little older of honoring the past honoring the founding fathers honoring those who brought us to this point. And I think we're at least moving in that direction or at least moving that right direction. Maybe we can move a little bit faster. But we're moving that direction. The fact that the US has their hall of fame the fact that they did do this rebranding to pay homage to the past. That's that's progress. That's that's a step. I think we can just keep advancing it, and I think they will how old are you on November twelve. Eighteen eighty three. I was six years old six years old. Amazing. How old are you know? I was five years old fires. I was in kindergarten. Wow. I was eleven and a lot of people don't believe me. And it's fine. If you don't believe me because I know schooling say, but my grandparents and I didn't watch alive, but my grandparents had an illegal box. Yeah. All the paper views I used to watch the WWE ones because I knew what that was. I didn't know that on remember twelve this thing was happening. But if you were calling those things they would replay things over and over just Lupu it. So I saw it one of the nights that it was being replayed shortly thereafter, and I remember watching it with my uncles, and my grandfather and being like what the heck is this? Yeah, I don't think I watched all three hours, but I did watch the end. So I remember Heus Gracie. Remember thinking like the smallest guy one. And did they have any context for you were they million with what was going on?.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"If he doesn't win that event. There's a very good chance. There is no UFC two living legend a hall of Famer a man who is often imitated, but never duplicated the one and only Heus Gracie joins us right now via the match go Skype from Israel from the holy land. Hoy's? How are you? Going, sir. I'm doing great. You're in Israel right now. Right. Yes. I'm here for my son's fighting next Thursday. That's right. Kona Gracie rela. Yes. Absolutely. And we're going to talk about them to stuck. And I see you proudly representing bell Tor. But obviously wanted to have you on the show to start things off today because it was twenty five years ago today, you have one happen. You one that entire tournament. Now, I have to ask it's around one o'clock eastern time eleven AM mountain time. Do you remember around this time twenty five years ago? The show's about to start at six seven hours. I know I'm asking for a lot here. But what were you doing the morning of you have C one? You remember what you were doing? I was hanging out with my family. Hoof less time right now Bernstein. Yeah. Yes. A member eating legs. And says fater a spoon Avars back in Brazil, Brazil, and they told me, hey tonight. We are going to get in the cage with you. We can get in there. We're gonna sit outside in. We're going to trip mentally trip the opponent. But it's gonna be all you were you were you nervous. No, I wasn't nervous. I trust. They told me hard on own start down my father. Those I just trust. They wanna come into hit you gala college. There was a thought that this was the opportunity for the Gracie family to show that you to was the dominant martial-arts did you did you not feel sort of the pressure of trying to represent your family on this stage against other martial artists? Like, you're the one who was picked you're the guy you have to go out there. And actually prove what your ancestors, which your dad, what your brother has been saying for so long that Brazilian jujitsu is number one. You didn't feel that pressure? I didn't do the pressure because I trust. I trust the technique. Did you realize from the first match that this was going to go your way that you were just better than all these guys? No, I didn't think that way. No one magic time. Okay. One time. I didn't think. Okay. I got this. No, I never was that. Okay. I'm confident. But I wasn't over the cake. No, it's a fight the all installed. If you take a hit is gonna hurt. It's gonna you're gonna go down. This guy's hitting with no clubs. There's no time. Limits will take your time. You fought three times that night. Our Jim arson Ken shamrock, of course, in the final against yard Gordo of those three fights, which is your favorite..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"If he doesn't win that event. There's a very good chance. There is no UFC two living legend a hall of Famer a man who is often imitated, but never duplicated the one and only Heus Gracie joins us right now via the match go Skype from Israel from the holy land. Hoy's? How are you? Going, sir. I'm doing great. You're in Israel right now. Right. Yes. I'm here for my son's fighting next Thursday. That's right. Kona Gracie rela. Yes. Absolutely. And we're going to talk about them to stuck. And I see you proudly representing bell Tor. But obviously wanted to have you on the show to start things off today because it was twenty five years ago today, you have one happen. You one that entire tournament. Now, I have to ask it's around one o'clock eastern time eleven AM mountain time. Do you remember around this time twenty five years ago? The show's about to start at six seven hours. I know I'm asking for a lot here. But what were you doing the morning of you have C one? You remember what you were doing? I was hanging out with my family. Hoof less time right now Bernstein. Yeah. Yes. A member eating legs. And says fater a spoon Avars back in Brazil, Brazil, and they told me, hey tonight. We are going to get in the cage with you. We can get in there. We're gonna sit outside in. We're going to trip mentally trip the opponent. But it's gonna be all you were you were you nervous. No, I wasn't nervous. I trust. They told me hard on own start down my father. Those I just trust. They wanna come into hit you gala college. There was a thought that this was the opportunity for the Gracie family to show that you to was the dominant martial-arts did you did you not feel sort of the pressure of trying to represent your family on this stage against other martial artists? Like, you're the one who was picked you're the guy you have to go out there. And actually prove what your ancestors, which your dad, what your brother has been saying for so long that Brazilian jujitsu is number one. You didn't feel that pressure? I didn't do the pressure because I trust. I trust the technique. Did you realize from the first match that this was going to go your way that you were just better than all these guys? No, I didn't think that way. No one magic time. Okay. One time. I didn't think. Okay. I got this. No, I never was that. Okay. I'm confident. But I wasn't over the cake. No, it's a fight the all installed. If you take a hit is gonna hurt. It's gonna you're gonna go down. This guy's hitting with no clubs. There's no time. Limits will take your time. You fought three times that night. Our Jim arson Ken shamrock, of course, in the final against yard Gordo of those three fights, which is your favorite..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I'm your host gorgeous, George with me as always the devious dastardly goes are he's co host to my left. It's the fight analyst, Dan, Tom back east producing Danny auto sub guys going on learning, Tom. I thought you'd be cast-list today after the show today. Okay. All right. You anxious. Yeah. Yeah. You be that was a question. You gotta be. Yeah. Pretty stoked. I'm hoping it's not like the scene in Batman where the jokers getting his bandages unwrapped. And gimme a mare mare. I'm going to do that. I'm gonna try to find a way to work that in goes once I caught one of his movie, I remember that one. Original on. All right. Bobby mine, you're gonna stick to writing left-handed? Are you going to go back to the outlined one of one of two breakdowns left handed? And we'll be we'll be happily to knock out the other one tonight. So it's going to it's going to be put to the test right right away. Let's just say that. All right, some stoked. I hope you all had a nice weekend. First of all happy birthday to the UFC. Two day is their actual twenty fifth anniversary on twelve nineteen Ninety-three in mcnichols arena in Denver, Colorado, you'd see one took place Heus Gracie. Of course won that tournament and the rest as they say is history. They observed it on November tenth which was passed the desert vents on Saturday, and I fault. I don't fault me for having on that day. I guess I think the Monday show ever, I think they've had like a Wednesday. I think attainment. Did they maybe because didn't Ono you're right. There was a Friday Saturday Sunday. Yeah. One of the craziest thing ever. But that's fine. They did it. They observed it, and they they did do some throwback stuff. And I was very very cool. And man what an event for one. It's hard to have a shitty. Honestly that cool of sport. Man, it it really is fun to watch on the cover, but so much can hinge on the main event, and that made meant was so much fun. And this was a main event that was one second away from going to a decision, and I still would have been happy as a clam and instead Iraj Rigas lands this crazy elbow as he's ducking another strike, he's an zombie over. Commits he throws up an upward elbow and just come plea knocks out the Koreans ambi- right before the buzzer. Therefore, he won by TKO or KO. We should say in the third round four minutes and fifty nine seconds of what was a classic. Now. I will say this. We dug up the scores..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"Do you think they're gonna hit a three million dollar three million pay per view buys? I don't know. I don't know because I've been hearing is the biggest fight in UFC history. And I mean, I'm new to this, but it just doesn't seem like to me maybe because they haven't done a lot of emotion. It doesn't. You don't think it has that feel of being idle. And the reason why, for example, you're going to compare it to me whether but and then McGregor. But those are two huge stars. You cannot compare the stardom of could be with the, let's say, McGregor spos- don't sell the same way. Now, see, this is one of these things that's really sneaky. When you look at I, I don't think it's going to be considered the greatest fight. The biggest fight. It may be the greatest, but it may not be the biggest. The biggest fight in history. I still say. Thing as occupan overseas Heus Gracie, I, if I remember correctly, there's over over fifty million people watch that fight. But when you're talking pay per view buys, this is definitely going to be the biggest pay per view event, and you have see history. And then, but the big difference going back to getting back on point what I was going to say, and that is this. Conor, this is going to be a big selling event. There's a ton of people that are just a casual fans that are showing up to watch. This fight Conor brings that international flavor and which there's going to be a lot of International Paper view buys, but you're also bringing in a market to markets in my opinion that are very understated. And the first one is the obvious one, and that is that Russian market, you're going to get a lot of Russian pay per view buys this time that don't normally buy paper view. And then the last one is that I've noticed that that could be definitely has a very strong Muslim following. And that's, that's a market that I think it's been under appreciated, but I think you're going to get a lot of Muslims tune in to to support their guy could be. And so that makes it an interesting factor there too. So this is the probably this is going to be as far as pay per view buys an international pill, this this fight, has it all? What's your thoughts on what I said about the Russians and and the paper view buys is a whole. No, that's a good point. Actually, I didn't consider the fact that you just talking about the Muslim community all around the world. Yes, that's nice. Just not Russians. It's the Muslim community which is huge in the UK all over Europe, an enormous community. And you know they're not as vocal, but when you when you're there and you're looking around and you're looking at the the workout and you looking at the press conference, there was a lot of there was a lot of people that I. It's hard to say, assume someone's Muslim, but when you when you look around and you that you think stereotypical Muslim don't use. I, you see a lot of Muslims there that are there and supporting Khabib. I didn't see as many Russians I was expecting. I was expecting a normal contingent of Russians just everywhere yelling for Khabib, but I didn't see it. But that doesn't mean they're not there. It doesn't mean they're not flying into night. It doesn't mean they're not driving in the night. It's tomorrow is going to be a mad house. So you think it hits four million because. Now. See, okay. I still think like the regional predictions of two and a half million is what I'm thinking. The fact that Dana and and Connor are talking three, three and a half million. I just don't know about that. I'm going to stay. I'm predicting a two. Two million pay per view by which was still make it the biggest event in history. What about you? I was just gonna say to five. Sounds reasonable. How much? Nate and McGregor too. Oh crap. What was a good one. Pretty big one. You know what we are going to go on a break, but when we come back, I'll give you those numbers of what we're what are the largest pay per view buys in the history of may. That's a great question, and we have to go to break anyway. So when we come back, I'll have that and we'll cover some more. Stay tuned. We'll be back. Hey, sports.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"You say it works and it worked devote more time, isn't it goes along? Well, we just got trumped by something else, so we're gonna put that on pause. We're gonna lift over here. Can we combine the two, but it comes back time and time again to those skills and it's got forgotten about this multiple fights. Let's see. Well, and if you remember I mean Heus Gracie. I believe one the first four or at least three out of the I four and he was one hundred eighty five pounds any fought in his g. there's another thing guys forget right because the first thing they do is they come in. They make fun of the pajamas, right? And it's like, wait a second. If you remember Heus was one hundred, five pounds fighting the pajamas against guys like Ken shamrock tank Abbott member, the Hawaiian bone breaker that was his. Yeah. I mean the boxer with one glove. I mean, art gym Rison a dance ever. That was actually that was actually the fight that got me into the UFC me and my brother when he trialled with Dan Severin. If your members big wrestler, big, mustache, black, Speedo and he was on status unacceptable. The mustache is fine. The Speedo is fine. Do not combine the two, but he but he had almost like broken people's next picking up and suplexes Abacha jugular head think us from like Detroit somewhere. In Michigan or something. And he was on top of Heus and I'm, we're watching five minutes. We're watching the fight on VHS and. Jim Brown was announced and and he didn't know what happened. He, he identified dance, everyone's a winner, and then all of a sudden the ref holds up his hand, then everyone's like what just happened. So we're watching it in slow motion on rewind, but he got triangle chokes, but I had no idea what that was. It was like magic back then. I mean, so it was literally that fight that technique that caused me and my brother to go find Matt Thornton on MLK boulevard in Portland, Oregon, it'd be like we gotta learn this Brazilian jujitsu stuff. So to go backwards because when you found Matt, how did it make the jump from Brazil to the US? Because I've seen the him. Okay. So he moved yet? It was California, right? You're talking about over dinner, and then he started teaching only out of his garage because no one wanted to learn. He was doing. He was doing odd jobs and getting bit parts in Hollywood you, you can Google and find him on three's company dating Chrissy or you walks in and he's Mexican date any, oh in, but they're stereotyping. Their big break actually was day Horan. He he knew certain people in Hollywood, and he got to be the fight choreographer for the first lethal weapon. Okay. And if you go back and watch it, Mel Gibson triangles, Gary Busey and to finish that fight. I'm watching it tonight. Yeah. If I ever go, it's if you know jujitsu, it's, they're legit, fight scenes. Like when I watched it, I'm like, where's the jumping kicks? You know, where's the big? Like John Wayne right hands, but now I watch it and like orient actually choreographed in all these jujitsu sequences, it's pretty cool. And then from there he met art Davies, right? And they and then design the whole UFC format. But he was teaching out of his garage and teaching largely private classes and and in Brazil. It had been a lot of private classes and they didn't have big group classes where people would Spar the way we do today was more like he'd teach him self defense curriculum, but slowly it's sort of moved into well have too many people, and it's like it's kind of like Crawford can't run private anymore. How about how. The three of you combine and the academics, right at one o'clock. And how about the four of you combined, hey, these classes are actually little bit better than this one on one thing. Yeah, and it grew from there. So you found Matt Martin Luther King boulevard, which every apparently city in the US has one because there has been in two has one. You were driven to find him because what you saw and then that's just water. That's fun..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"This is normally you're right the the part of the podcast, the opening of the past where I say Sabra dot com on time on argued. But I guess it's either because if you've been following and by the way, getting texts from friends, what's up of this, the website is now newsroom and Sabra dot com is being redirected to the news rep dot com. A lot of people are panicking about this. It's the same guys. It's us. Hurricane media has always been, you know, Jack Murphy, Brandon Webb all the gang, no, Alex Hollings. However, if you wish it back to the show, the Brandon Webb was on recently. He discusses this a little bit more in detail at some point. And yeah, we're just going to be covering more things. You know, financial news for one is going to be a bigger part of the website, but. We've always branched off and not just done special operation stuff and we've continued to do so. However, this show is still primarily going to be focused on that. We do bring other guests on him in last up. So we had Heus Gracie on, but that's nothing new. The show is still going to remain the same, and it's still going to be Safra radio, which I'm proud of. You know, I think that we've, we've gained a great respect in the podcast community for people check out the podcast twice each week and have been doing so for the past five plus years past five years that I've been on. So I guess this brings a new era where I take out the dot com and just say, Safra Prado. So from now on suffer radio on time on target. On that note, I may have to do some new imaging because I know at the very end, the great voice actor Carro Brian says, saw. For dot com also mentions Brandon's podcast, the.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"Certain individuals are incorporating the shoot style maneuvers. I mean, we have AJ styles with his cap crusher. We have the the different type of submission hold by Samoa, Joe and others. And I think that's what lends itself to a a cross pollination because I've been fortunate enough to call all combat sports. You always get that, you know, well, how can you be a boxing fan and be a wrestling fan or may. I mean, we're all related, and the fact is when it comes to marketing and promotion EV. Everyone learned from Vince McMahon, the WWE book and may whether to Conor McGregor to to to everyone else. So the fact that we're seeing people like Ronda Rousey and as you mentioned came, Alaska's is now at the performance Jenner and even rock listener. It's it's beaks to where we're adding the pollution of our business. Well, yeah, and you got a guy like Kyle Riley down there and he's really all things and styles and Jerry, you know, and so it's very cool time in it. It's such a cool transition in changing the style and still having, you know some of the old old school for lack of a better term things, but incorporating kind of what needs to happen in order to keep everyone interested going forward. So I think Iran of Bracha Cain, Kylo Riley, Sheena is all good stuff, and it's exciting time to be watching. We'll look at the rise of bike choreography you. You've got an and by the way. Fantastic job with what you're doing in your your acting career, and I know Christian the same thing, but I talked about the Vikings and I'm really looking forward to to seeing you more on that screen. But you know the the, the pollution of fight choreography now in Hollywood, taking paid out of m. a. and shoot biting. I mean, certain things that you thought would work in a fight. Obviously, we're learning now you don't have to be the biggest giants that the, you know, Heus Gracie, and everyone showed that back in the day with the Brazilian jujitsu. When there's and now with Rhonda Rousey arm bars in her submission game, we're, we're seeing in across all platforms of entertainment in terms of, you know, evolving when it comes to fight choreography, even. Yeah, yeah. And and actually in the midst of doing one crazy multiple. Yeah. And it's so much fun and it really is reminiscent to to what I did. So it feels like I'm back in my wheelhouse, kind of United speak to does speak to that. You know that the stunt folks the, they're also of similar mindset to the have the same mentality in the same. And you see, as soon as you walk in, I'm like, oh, these are my people. But yeah, so so Alexa bliss enough can't be said about her either. And while perfect foil for Ronda Rousey to like what a perfect match up and a perfect play to be set for summer slam. Alexa bliss, like you say, I was very fortunate to to, you know, cover her arise when I was doing a smackdown and just how she has. And again, this is one area where even on on Monday with Rhonda Rousey having to address the untimely passing of, you know, amendment so much all of us Jim, the night hard, but the way Rhonda delivered that in the Reagan. And again, knowing the way I do from the enemy back and we and we could even go back to to, you know, Ken shamrock who was another one of the first wear. What I'm getting at is the promos, where in a certain arena, you would think this is their wheelhouse. They're gonna, they're gonna aced this, and then they find all it's it's maybe not as easy as we thought. But I think Alexa bliss of it, you know, amazing athlete. Tremendously talented in the ring, but the way she has developed her character and the way she owns the microphone and or mannerisms and her body language Jenner timing. I, I really think like you mentioned she is the perfect foil for Ronda Rousey and just the the little plot points that they put in leading up to this match of worthy of the second biggest pay per view event on the WWE calendar. I can't think right now other than you know, natty who of course is, is another person who trained in the dungeon and shoot fighting and and also has helped Ronda Rousey greatly..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"But the site is news rep. And if you listen back to the last episode with Brandon Webb, he addresses all that a lot more in depth. The reasoning. Behind it. I mean, for one, there was a time where most of the writers were special operations veterans. We're covering just special operations news. We've become more of a new site and his brand Brandon said, you know, beyond just backups, we'll always cover that stuff, but it was really a database driven decision in that people are gonna go to the website. They're gonna know news site book market and checkout we're up to, and some of our biggest writers are not spec ops about her ins. Alex hongs, for example, is a former marine, but he's writing the most articles for the site. You know, we've other guys in the community writing things, but we're also gonna start covering things from financial angle. You know how how wars that were in or how foreign relations will affect finance. So all of that is the reasoning behind the name change. However, this show I think is really grown such respected name and you know the podcast world, there's no reason. To change the name of the show. So this is remaining stop radio. The main focus of this show is going to remain special operations. I know the past few shows people have been like, dude, you what's going on because Jack's not here. I kind of liked to cover this backup stuff. When Jack is here Heus Gracie. I wanted to bring you in Ernie Emerson on. I wanna bring you in for that, but like CJ Woodruff that was just something in my wheelhouse or if you to the Pat McNamara episode that we did, for example, with John butcher from Sirius XM. That was just something that was a little bit more in my wheelhouse. We didn't cover spec up stuff. We covered having metal, but I did see, I've seen comments here and there they're like, is the show just try to appeal to everybody at this point? Are you not just covering backup stuff? No, we are. We like to switch it up and do different things. And you know when you have someone like Heus grace you on the show, different people are going to discover the show. You know, if you go into the podcast app and you just look up the name points, Gracie, you're then going to come across what we do. And hopefully. Look back on old episodes including stuff with you, Jim. And so I think that explains it. I'm excited for the name change in the direction that we're going in men. Great interview with. I'm glad you were here for it. I wanna thank for them invitation. I think it was awesome. You know, because. One, it went full circle and actually wear. It started which none of this was pre pre rehearsed her plant. It was off the cuff and the amazing linkage between Heus and the previous world champions that I've ever trained with and spent time with my lifetime. They all have the same basic philosophy of their own. You know. Not not something they ran the Booker, but you know all about whatever it is you do, you know, start with master the basics and you know, I thought the whole interview about his family. Really important how you have got started between him and it brother Hawaiian. And what happened when they moved to California? With many, the Jetta mean those rumors are out there all the time, but nobody really knows now, it's public. I think it's really awesome. It tells a lot about the man. Yeah, absolutely on. So once again, check him out at real Heus spelled real Royce on Twitter on Instagram follow us, especially check out that last video Jim on at Safra radio. I always log having Jim in here, like genuinely your guy that I'm just so glad to call friend, man, and you know, always love seeing you. I worked both way. It's been. It's been a while to well, I saw the versus curses thing, but it's been awhile since you've been on the show and like you're just such a mainstay on the show, people love hearing updates from you. So when Jaksa way, I always gotta give you call and be like, can you help me out or a couple of shows? I have no excuses. Man. What. What we take care of friends. Hell, yeah, man. Anything you're promoting the before you get out of here. I know you were saying you go.

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"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"So it's just there's gracie's all over the country. I was going to ask you. I know that you know, as the. UFC and you would say Bela Tor and all these organizations have gained in popularity. There have been more rules stuff that you've been critical about that you even set earlier on in this interview. I'm wondering. Are you able to even enjoy like the professional style anime at this point, or is it just too far away from what your family created. Oh, no, I enjoy. I love will watch Jimmy. My family flights. Yeah. Are they fighting this coming Friday night and Balladur's that when they're fighting. No, no. My son signed fight late in the year, and my nest, my cousins, and they're fighting all live this year. Yeah. Tuba wanna, say the kind of evolution since the beginning, what kind of shape what kind of fight training. I like the back story on they do the, you know, show the training at clips on TV. I think that's all of that too. Yeah. Oh yes. Yep. When they do the background, both five is stuck in their life because they're not just. Yes, very true. That's what got me into it. I got into an later on the game, but like ultimate fighter and those type of things did show out of what these guys go through. You see, like the struggles of cutting weight and all that, and it has made the sport more mainstream and popularized it, and maybe just some even watered it down. But I think it's an evolution that needed to happen. Everything does need to evolve with time. I wanted to talk to you about what you're up to now, because I know you're not just on here. You know, giving giving us your time. You're also promoting stuff that you're working on, and I wanna make sure we get it out there. I was looking at Heus Gracie dot com. And I see that you're teaching leverage technique class on August fifteenth, Northridge, California..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Just five dollars shipping really can't go wrong with that. That's because they stand behind their product. They know you're gonna love it and useful thing to have. It can be. So with that, let's get over Heus. Gracie. I am incredibly excited for this interview. I'm just thrilled that he's willing to come on. That's pretty cool. Joining us for the first up radio Heus, Gracie, and you know what? I really do have to give shadow to our beautiful friend, all of our mutual for an Alex multi. So who gave me number and then also when we've had Ernie Emerson on, he was like, if you ever want always on the podcast, but Alex originally did and just a bad ass check. I think we could all vouch for Fisher. Yeah, she's one of my best friends. She's great, but yeah, excited to have you on man. I mean, good his, yeah, for for the audience. I mean, I feel like everybody knows who you are. I really do think it's fair to say that you are arguably the most important figure in mixed martial arts. I mean, you brought Brazil Brazilian jujitsu to the forefront, and you know who better to have on with you, I felt than than Jim, because your background, you know you've trained some of the early anime fighters are still training guys to this day, so. Oh, yeah. Yeah, you may not even remember. Back when you trained in some of the delta force guys, they'll Comstock Eric, and all those guys is when we first met and. Yeah. Last time I saw you doing after training session, your father was in town at Eric's place. Pretty amazed at his ability at his age was phenomenal. And then we had dinner at. Technique and a mindset you know to do, and I was just so impressed. It's insane. And I mean, he just crazy. Yeah, very memorable. But then we did dinner at the olive garden afterwards and you just getting married married, and I remember asking you if you're going to have you said you wanna bunch kids. I said, what do you want a football team? And he said, no want an army. So how's that going. Four now..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"I'm sure you've got that Al waiting for where you this Friday. So this Friday and I like it. I was I was told same night and then I even I even heard whether it was true or not, but they were thinking about doing Mitchell on on the twelfth and and fade on the thirteenth in the same venue, both of the Mohegan sun. Wow. And that would have been a weird competition for media? Yeah. And then it's also always weird for me if you put everybody on the same night because somebody's going to be the main event in it's gonna to be me. And then that gets weird with the guy the other guys to right than the other guys. Get get guys. I didn't ask for this spot, but what did you do? And then the other side is I'm gonna fight for it behind the I'm gonna come to do everything. I can't be the main of that. Those are things that you got to compete for. So it creates a little bit of weirdness that we won't have to deal with now, so. Okay. So you guys fight Friday Saturday. The plan that I heard was January's the finals you, you hear the same and then you're done with this. That's right. You win this tournament. What do you do for when the tournament. Well, that like that night, what my after party though, like, what are you? Are you gonna vacate the title you're gonna stick around mineral? No, no, I wanna do that. I don't believe in that. I believe in passing the torch I do. I believe you stay in there if you're the champion until you get your ask whipped to somebody else. And I'm convinced greatest George saint-pierre was that he tried to there was nobody that could beat him. I mean, he gave guys rematches and triple rematch is and this way and that weight and move with George saint-pierre did everything he could do to pass the torch there was just knowing that could stop him. But I do think that that's that's the right way to go. Beltre's had an amazing month or so. You've been tiring Leo the Rory? Gay guard fight. This. I can't wait for that fight the tournament the welterweight tournament and they just announced and Paul dailies finally in he is with MVP first-round. They haven't announced that matchup, but it's it's gonna check. Yes, you're hearing this deal with design which is going to bring them a lot of money. It's it's a lot. It's a lot different than it was two years ago. I think back with all due respect to like the Kimball Dada days in the Heus Gracie days with with fighting Ken shamrock these like there. If feels a lot more like the strikeforce days now than it does. You know the Bjorn days? What I'm saying? Are you starting to feel? Are you feeling like this ship is turning a little bit? Well, yeah. And you know, I've been traveling with them. I comment whether it's it is the Mohegan sun on the east coast or whether it's in, you know, San Jose Homebase. They're selling out arenas. Everywhere we go. I was just in England. You should see this hold out crowd. A lot of that had to do with them VP, but it's been on believable. I mean, they're doing international business now and I checked the ratings, but when I do a live show, that's just the focus group I look at. Are there any empty seats? No, they're not boom businesses, great tonight. And it generally does work out that way. And I think the times you mentioned with the dot and the Ken shamrock and some of the stuff you do. I mean that was struggling to survive, struggling to move the needle as your billion roster. It appears that Scott Coker builders rosters what's it like when you go to UC event now is a weird at all for you know, I get a kick out of it. I such a great experience with with the FCC and I look forward to those shows the energy in those buildings. I like. The way they're produced..

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"heus gracie" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"heus gracie" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"I'm sure you've got that Al waiting for where you this Friday. So this Friday and I like it. I was I was told same night and then I even I even heard whether it was true or not, but they were thinking about doing Mitchell on on the twelfth and and fade on the thirteenth in the same venue, both of the Mohegan sun. Wow. And that would have been a weird competition for media? Yeah. And then it's also always weird for me if you put everybody on the same night because somebody's going to be the main event in it's gonna to be me. And then that gets weird with the guy the other guys to right than the other guys. Get get guys. I didn't ask for this spot, but what did you do? And then the other side is I'm gonna fight for it behind the I'm gonna come to do everything. I can't be the main of that. Those are things that you got to compete for. So it creates a little bit of weirdness that we won't have to deal with now, so. Okay. So you guys fight Friday Saturday. The plan that I heard was January's the finals you, you hear the same and then you're done with this. That's right. You win this tournament. What do you do for when the tournament. Well, that like that night, what my after party though, like, what are you? Are you gonna vacate the title you're gonna stick around mineral? No, no, I wanna do that. I don't believe in that. I believe in passing the torch I do. I believe you stay in there if you're the champion until you get your ask whipped to somebody else. And I'm convinced greatest George saint-pierre was that he tried to there was nobody that could beat him. I mean, he gave guys rematches and triple rematch is and this way and that weight and move with George saint-pierre did everything he could do to pass the torch there was just knowing that could stop him. But I do think that that's that's the right way to go. Beltre's had an amazing month or so. You've been tiring Leo the Rory? Gay guard fight. This. I can't wait for that fight the tournament the welterweight tournament and they just announced and Paul dailies finally in he is with MVP first-round. They haven't announced that matchup, but it's it's gonna check. Yes, you're hearing this deal with design which is going to bring them a lot of money. It's it's a lot. It's a lot different than it was two years ago. I think back with all due respect to like the Kimball Dada days in the Heus Gracie days with with fighting Ken shamrock these like there. If feels a lot more like the strikeforce days now than it does. You know the Bjorn days? What I'm saying? Are you starting to feel? Are you feeling like this ship is turning a little bit? Well, yeah. And you know, I've been traveling with them. I comment whether it's it is the Mohegan sun on the east coast or whether it's in, you know, San Jose Homebase. They're selling out arenas. Everywhere we go. I was just in England. You should see this hold out crowd. A lot of that had to do with them VP, but it's been on believable. I mean, they're doing international business now and I checked the ratings, but when I do a live show, that's just the focus group I look at. Are there any empty seats? No, they're not boom businesses, great tonight. And it generally does work out that way. And I think the times you mentioned with the dot and the Ken shamrock and some of the stuff you do. I mean that was struggling to survive, struggling to move the needle as your billion roster. It appears that Scott Coker builders rosters what's it like when you go to UC event now is a weird at all for you know, I get a kick out of it. I such a great experience with with the FCC and I look forward to those shows the energy in those buildings. I like. The way they're produced..

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