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"john fury" Discussed on The Corner
"Well, because now they're in a position where Devin has two mandatories. So the winner of this tank fight and Ryan, and then you look at Shakur and those are two mandatory. So I don't know. I mean, you're undisputed already. You can start giving a belt to move up and just say fuck it. Or you can take these mandatories and try to pursue them. And get this guaranteed bag. I was just saying, tank and Ryan, no titles, biggest fire of the year. All right, that's boxing in a nutshell. That's how the things goes, y'all don't care about champion. You just care about personalities. For better or worse. And these two are the surprise fighting. Yeah, if I am for the prize, it's not title fighting. No. It's not in the description. Now we could talk Jake Paul. Tommy furious. Can we first talk about badou Jack? Yes. Like what he did to that man. Canelo would have wrecked. It makes you think that, right? Even though bad Jack's like pretty big. Canelo. But I saw the name on the card. And I was like, oh my God, this guy was supposed to fight for Cruiserweight. And you know, a lot of people hadn't seen a fight. It was like Don king's last gasp fighter. Then you're watching the fight and I was like, oh, bad news about to be shit out there, man. I was like, Canelo and then picked him for a reason. Yeah, they knew what they were doing. Cruiserweight is trash. I was not great. It's a bad division in boxing. It's almost like a division like UFC flyways. Yeah, Lawrence there. But it's trash. It's a trash division. But Baidu Jack looked fantastic in this fight. A pummeled along until he stopped him in the 12 round. I was like, oh, that's left to do. Stop him. And as soon as I tweeted that, he stopped him. a three division champion. It's amazing where badu Jack was when he was losing split decisions and the bullshit had memory busted his head wide open. And now you look at me on a nice little winter street and now he's a Cruiserweight champion. He can retire. He could be like fuck this thing. Yeah, who's he fighting the Cruiserweight? Ain't nobody there? He could belt collect. He could. End up in undisputed champion and be like, yo, I'm a Hall of Famer. I'm out. Yeah. He could do that. But not that it's, again, he's good. I just don't know. Are you good enough to be three other guys? I don't know. I don't know. I don't think I do knows, but I think the fact that he won this fight and it was the only real boxing match on this card and people were like, oh, it was placed perfectly because it was entertaining. And Baidu looked good, and I think people would like to see about Jack back in the ring. It's a great story. He's a great humanitarian, everything else. But yeah, as long as it sucked, I was like, yeah, you stink. I was like, oh yes, number four. And then to get stopped, I was like, damn, you can at least get it to the final. All that shit's about to do is different up here. The power is different. You stay in the pocket with me, but it was like, cool. But do the first couple punches. It was like, I can deal with this. I get to do this. And then my man had no gas tank, and he's like, oh, he's just gonna circle me. My man is guessing it was so bad, like his feet were all over the place. Just out of sharing your question. He was cooked, but good for about. And then main event, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury. I mean, it's not what anyone predicted because Tyson Fury and big John fury said that Tommy is going to spark him spark knock him out. Jake was saying it was a speed bump. I was talking and fighting Nate Diaz already and KSI and I will say overall it wasn't horrible fight. No, it was entertaining. Definitely. It wasn't, I think we could retire. They are YouTube boxers. They're not world class boxers. But they're a boxers. Big box. Yeah, that's what they do. Yep. They're past the KSI cards and I like salt poppy. But outside of that, like everyone else there, they're better than them. Yeah. They're boxers. They're boxes. So it's a good club fight. Yeah, so there were people on me on my scorecard. And I watched fighting I was wrong. And the one thing I don't do is I never, I don't do what people do, which is I score as the judges score, right? The first two rounds I felt like were close. My game was Jake. I couldn't easily game. And I said it as soon as we were like, these two rounds get easy wins Tommy Fury. There was the point deduction which was fucking weird. That was an awful rest. The ref was horrendous. He was awful. There was a point induction was at the 5th round. And I gave that to Jay to make it a 9, no. It was 5th and 6th. Yeah, the 9 9 right. Not his point taken first. Yeah. So I gave that a 9 9 rounds to the ten 80 for fury. So it was a four point swing that could easily win furious way.
"john fury" Discussed on The Corner
"Cal Dan's been here with the old man Andrea's hell talking boxing today. Had one hell of a UFC show earlier in the week, make sure you guys check that out. Still pro wrestling to come later on in the week. The old man is so hype for Brock Lesnar versus the giant omas. At WrestleMania it's his favorite match of WrestleMania card. They'll let them tell you any different. We're going to talk about all that on Friday you guys will get that episode that's going to be really fun to go through then. Shout out to everyone and last week's wrestling podcast, which was amazing, amazing Impact Wrestling came through the building. That was great. Had fun at the impact card. We'll talk about all of that going on, but Dre. Someone say there was something big in boxing this weekend. Man, I'll just say it. I don't think I've ever been more wrong about a fight in my life. Listen, I grossly underestimated Tommy Fury and I grossly overestimated Jake Paul. Well, talk about whose fault was what? I guess when we get into that. But I'm going to save that because I want to take a tour de boxing because a lot of other crazy shit happen this weekend. I want to make sure we get all that out of the way that we dive into Tyson Fury, big John fury, rematch, how you scored it, 'cause you scored it very differently. Yeah, at a four point swing on close rounds. Yeah, I went the other way. I watched it again. I was like, yeah, I could have given the other way up. It's one of those things where I live. You're like, I don't know. But we'll talk about that fight the entire fight between Jake and Tommy. Start off, though, going around the world, starting in London. On Saturday, Floyd Mayweather had his exhibition. There's more people in this blue wire studio. Right now. Then we're in the crowd at this London Floyd Mayweather exhibition. Is it over? For money bag fluid? No. No, you just got to go back to Japan. Go back to Dubai. I saw people telling me, why is Floyd doing this? I was like, you know how many millions got paid to do this? Stupid amount. He doesn't care who was in the building. He did it. It was pay per view. People watched it. He got paid. It wasn't like, if you don't sell, you don't get paid. He already got paid. He just knows what market he's not going to again. That's all he just looked at. It was like, you guys suck at promoting fights. I mean, he knew, it's almost like, come on. It was never going to be a big fight. He knows where to go. It's not over. And if it is over, rob plenty of banks. Eventually, those girls got caught and said it off after Robin all those banks. Floyd Mayweather has been setting this shit off, robbing people 'cause I keep saying I was like, y'all keep paying for this shit. Of course it's gonna keep doing it. I don't know if people pay for it, but I guess the other country's paid. Somebody's paying Floyd. Like Floyd ain't doing this for free. Floyd ain't doing this on a contingency, I'll say he doing it on GP. He ain't doing that. He's not doing consignment. He's getting paid to fight fights that are no hopers against him. So yeah, it doesn't stop. It seems like there were reports they may have broken his hand, you know, Floyd got the glass hands. His hands have been healthy though for like the past like his hands were brittle before on that big deal with showtime. But they've been fine because he didn't unleash on people. Exhibitions, he's been throwing hands. Yeah, he's actually putting punches on people. So, you know, you get back to that style just because physically you can do it. Your hands are still hitting a surface, which someone's skull. So, yeah, something might be a little wrong with his hands. He was talking about fighting Jose Aldo prior to that. Still think that's going to happen. That in Dubai probably does very well. Yes, I think Aldo's fighting on that game bread card. Fine, Jeremy Stevens, which is like the weirdest fight because I saw Jose Aldo knockout Jeremy Stevens was a body punch in MMA. What's going to be different here? Not a damn thing. But I think there's a lot of money. Floyd could beat up anybody. He could take the Jake Paul tour and just start beating up MMA fighters? Yeah. I don't see what's wrong with that. Nothing. So he'll rap his client. Yeah, that's what I'm saying. He'll wrap that broke. If it's broken, he'll rap his hand in his millions of dollars, make a nice padding on it. He doesn't drink. So he'll swim in his money like Scrooge mcduck until the next fight. Virgin daiquiri. Yeah, I feel like that'd be his drinking show. And Zachary is. What the hell is a nightclub? The strip club? Oh, girl collection. Girl collection. It cost like $60 to get it to a strip club. Yeah, I mean, he'll enjoy the fruits of all that. And I'm a connoisseur. Of the strip club, but I would not go there. I was like, what? He had told me. I barely throw $60. Him and Leonard had told me I could get you for years. I always want to do the Floyd interview, do it at the club, and I was like, oh, Ariel, that was my hero went. Oh, I mean, I'd go there for an interview. Wait, I get in free? Yeah, era went. If I remember correctly, Ariel helwani had to wait like two hours. They're like, Florence coming, so he just has to sit at the club. There's worse places to work. Two hours. I don't know weighted long as times are interviewing a press room. I've been born in strip club before. Have you been born in the strip club before? Yes, but it was a bad strip club. Story time. I went to a strip club. I was importantly visiting a
"john fury" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
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Okay, we are back. Recording this podcast just minutes after the decision was announced in the Jake Paul Tommy Fury fight and surprise surprise. It is Tommy Fury coming away with a split decision win over Jake Paul. It is fury's 9th win as a professional boxer and he hands Jake Paul, his first professional loss. I have a lot to say about that fight. A lot to say, but I first have to give credit, have to give props to badu Jack. Badou Jack is now the WBC Cruiserweight champion of the world. And he is that because he put together a comprehensive decisive dominant win over junior macabre. He dominated from start to finish, he knocked macabre down twice, and he picked up the stoppage in the 12th round. Badou Jack is a success story. Badu jacked, he could have been done back in 2019 after he lost the Jean Pascal. It was his second consecutive loss in 175 pound division. Instead, he moves up in weight. He starts working pretty closely with the Paul family. He puts together 5 straight wins, gets a shot at a Cruiserweight championship, and then delivers arguably the best performance of his professional career and winning a Cruiserweight title. Bravo to badu Jack. That was fantastic. I didn't think he'd have the chin to hang in there over 12 rounds with junior mccabe, but not only was he never in any serious danger, but he was buckling macabre with these shots and eventually forced the referee to make a stoppage in the 12th round. He now has options. He's 39 years old, but his future is very much ahead of him. The Cruiserweight division is not a glamour division, but Lawrence acholi is in that weight class. I can think of worse fights to make than Lawrence ecole against badou Jack for the unified Cruiserweight championship. That's a fight that would do good business over the UK. So credit to badu Jack, fantastic performance, he got an opportunity on a pretty big stage as the co main event of Paul versus fury and he made the most of it, knocking out junior makabu becoming a Cruiserweight champion. Now, the main event. This was billed as Jake Paul's first test against a real boxer. And even though there were some skeptics of Tommy Fury and his status as a real boxer, it certainly lived up to that billing. Tommy Fury's got some skills. He has not looked great in his 8 previous fights. He has not fought world beaters to say the least and his 8 previous fights, only two of those opponents have had winning records, but Tommy Fury came out with a good game plan and executed it really well. He operated off his jab early on, he came out with activity, he didn't tire out in the later rounds of that fight. He dealt with some adversity in the 7th round when he took a knock down that was a legitimate knockdown. You go back and watch it, he took a punch from Jake Paul, but as he took that punch, he slipped on the ring apron, and that was part of the reason that he went down. That's something, by the way, boxing needs to look into. Too many guys are slipping on these glossy ring aprons that they use to promote various things. And Tommy Fury paid the price for that. But he settled down, finished the fight and came away with a split decision win. This was the right decision. No robbery, no questions about it. Tommy Fury won that fight. I had him up three one through four rounds, thought he split the last two, Jake Paul gets a slight edge with the knockdown. There were two point deductions in this fight, which we'll get to in a minute. But this was the right call. Even afterwards, Jake Paul, he said this was the right call. So Tommy Fury wins a decision. And good for him, because Tommy Fury came into this fight with a world of pressure on his shoulders. Tommy Fury was not just fighting Jake Paul. He had to deal with his family putting pressure on him. His dad, John fury, mocking Jake Paul. His brother, Tyson Fury, the heavyweight champion of the world, effectively saying Tommy win this fight or don't come home. So he came into this fight with more at stake than just his perfect record in boxing. He came into this fight with a lot of outside pressures and he responded to it incredibly well. He dealt with all the head games that Jake Paul played with him throughout that fight. Those head games even continued. In the moments before the fight, Tommy Fury does his ring walk, usually there's like a 5 second delay before the next ring walk happens. There was more than two minutes that Jake Paul made Tommy Fury wait in a cold arena, cold venue for him to come out and do his own ring walk. So credit Tommy Fury showed discipline showed some skill, got the job done. Jake Paul. Faced with an opponent that had some skill, Jake Paul did struggle. He could never get off that overhand right that we've seen stop Ben Askren that we've seen, you know, knock out coal, Tyron Woodley. He was looking for it. And I thought at various times during this fight, Tommy Fury was open to it. I thought Tommy was throwing something of a lazy jab throughout the middle rounds of this fight. And when you throw a lazy jab against a guy with real power in the overhand right, that is incredibly dangerous. So when we got to the third round, I had Tommy winning, but I was saying to myself, he's open for that big shot. He could be up in this fight, but he could go down in a heap very quickly if he was, if he got hit, worth one of those big shots, but Jake Paul was never able to really land that signature punch. And that seemed to be all he had in that moment. He threw some jabs and he got that knocked down off a jab, but he didn't seem to have the discipline in this fight to try to outbox Tommy Fury. I think he was convinced that he was going to knock out Tommy Fury. And he was going to end this fight in spectacular fashion as it did against woodley, fury has more punch resistance has more skills is younger, fresher, and Jake Paul just wasn't able to get the job done. I don't think Jake Paul embarrassed himself. In fact, I'm ready to see the rematch. Jake Paul has a rematch clause in this fight. He can exercise it, and he can make a boatload of money. I don't know what the final figure was when it comes to income for Jake Paul and Tommy Fury, but yeah, you've heard rumors of anything from four to $6 million per fighter. Why wouldn't both those guys want to run this back if the money is still there for them somewhere in the Middle East? So Jake Paul says he wants to exercise his rematch clause that makes a ton of sense. He should do that because otherwise this is kind of a chapter in Jake Paul's boxing career that is left unwritten. Like there are other options out there for Jake Paul. He could return to fighting MMA fighters. He could go back and fight Nate Diaz, which is someone he's talked about facing. He could move on and fight KSI, somebody that he's talked about for years of eventually facing. But I think he does need
"john fury" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Last thing I want to hit you with, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury. Are you ready to respect Jake Paul? If he beats Tommy Fury. Will that change your opinion of Jake Paul if it changes Tommy Fury? Now I have I am a card carrying member, as you know, Corey of the Jake Paulson club. I will believe her. I don't think he's gonna be Canelo. I don't think he's on the pound for pound list, but the guy works hard. He's got a good team around him. He's knocking out guys that have some combat sports skills. His resume in my mind is better than Tommy Fury's who's got a whole bunch of hobos on that resume. Is this the fight that if Jake wins, the boxing community will give him props for? I think it will certainly help because yeah, whether Tommy Fury's resume being what it is, he's still viewed as a real boxer. You know, he's boxed his entire life. He looks like someone who boxes when he faces him some of Jacob. The pedigree. Or brother of Tyson, son of John, like you got the whole 9 yards. Yeah, well, and I think what we're seeing too is that the boxing community, at least a portion of it, is almost backing Jake over Tommy Fury. They are right. They're on the right. I was saying, I think that this is just what we see online and given what's happened multiple times with this fight, I think you're not wrong for assuming that Jake takes the sport more seriously than does Tommy. So if one is a real, what did he miss weight last time by 8 pounds? For his last fight, that's not taking the sport seriously, Jake is cutting down to certain weights, willing to go up to certain weights. I mean, I've been to Puerto Rico. I've been in that gym. I see how hard the guy works. Again, not saying he's super talented or ever will be super talented, but he's getting the most out of whatever talent that he has. I don't think that's the case for Tommy Fury. Who despite his last name is really like just he's a reality star is what he is. He's from love island, like in he's into boxing, 'cause it's the family business and he's done a nice job building himself up in that way, but I make Jake Paul the favorite in this fight. I do. And I think Jake Paul's going to spend the next whatever it is. Three weeks, four weeks, whatever it is till that fight. Crawling into the brain of Tommy Fury. He's already doing it. He's replying to a post that his Tommy Fury is what girlfriend or wife, when they have the birth of their daughter. Jake Paul's underneath it, saying just in time, does he dad get knocked out? Like, he is going to be right up in that three inches of real estate. Whatever real estate you've got in your brain. And he's going to be all in Tommy Fury's head. And look, you listen to some of the public comments from John fury, Tyson Fury, you get the sense they're nervous about this. Like Tyson Fury's out there saying, Tom, you better take this seriously, man. Like he better not fuck around in this training camp. You better take this seriously or else, you know, bad things are going to happen. And I do think that's probably going to be the outcome because I've seen Tommy's fights. He's big and strong looking, but he doesn't have a lot of pop. Like he's going to get four knockouts at 8 5, and he's not fighting guys of a high level caliber. So I think Jake is deservedly a favorite to win this fight, and this will be interesting to see what the boxing community's reaction would be after he wins. Yeah, and I think this is an important moment in Jake's boxing career because fury, I think, represents the perfect opponent and really the only opponent he could take at this point in his career because he's too good to just feast on O and O MMA fighters. And he's way too good to be feasting on former athletes that are not boxers at all. He's reached the point where he's too famous to just fight any boxer, right? That's not what he wants. It doesn't quite make enough money, I think, for what he wants for what the networks want, et cetera, et cetera. But Tommy represents the perfect Venn diagram of celebrity and considered to be real boxer. Tommy is actually not that different from a lot of fighters like on the UK scene that just have a lot of wins over journeymen that they basically finance themselves and they get to that. But there are a lot of fighters like Tommy Fury and we consider them to be real boxers. Tommy Fury is more famous probably as a reality star than he has as a boxer, but again to that point, he represents the perfect blend that Jake needs right now. Now after this, who fits that mold, I think after you beat Tommy Fury, Jake may actually have to take a step into just facing a real bottle. Tommy Fury gives him his bona fides Tommy Fury to your point is perfect. I think after this, you start going back after Nate Diaz. And you start looking at KSI. Really? You start going oh yeah, yeah. Like look, he's never gonna I wouldn't put it past a sanctioned by the rank him at some point because they are shameless when it comes to that stuff. But like he doesn't need that. Like Nate Diaz gets one shot at boxing. Why wouldn't you make it against Jake Paul? Someone theoretically you could have some success with. We know that KSI is building towards a match with Jake Paul. He beat Logan, what was it? Four years ago now, three and a half years ago. Now he's been getting back and staying active. Cities one more fight before he's ready for Jake so I could see Jake doing Tommy Fury doing an 8 Diaz and do a KSI for the end of the year and probably make more money than anybody but Canelo, really? Oh yeah. Maybe Tyson and usic if they go on Saudi Arabia, but more money than anybody else in boxing. I mean, it's just a question of Chris like how quickly does he want those bona fides, right? I mean, and again, I forgot this when I was talking about it. But again, he tried to fight a C rockmont junior, right? Now we saw what he did. That wasn't his fault. His fault. So again, yeah, do you want to go and take out those names that you assume that you could be? They're basically the same types of guys you're fighting before, MMA fighters, other influencers, so on and so forth. Or do you really want to take a stab at someone a little bit more legitimate? And the money is going to be really tempting to do the former. Yeah, you're legitimate boxers don't bring any money to the table. Seem rockmond would have died on pay per view and done a poor gate at MSG. This will establish Jake as the quote unquote, legitimate boxer, it will be he beat the real boxer. He did it. And then he can go back to his universe and beating up on guys that have no chance of actually beating them. Corey, good job, man. You will be on the call. Again, what ESPN+ is that? That's right. A lot of times Fox Eric basini and tomorrow, or whenever you're listening to a Thursday night on ESPN+ starting at 7 o'clock, tune in. Excellent. I will be at Madison Square Garden for Amanda Serrano and Erica Cruz, where Katie Taylor will be in attendance. So maybe we'll get a little Kegel probably shake her hand and give her a hug. That's not okay to operate. She's not gonna, it's not gonna be any kind of where we're quiet canon little face offs in the ring at Tom loeffler shows and Southern California won't be any of that animosity there. Just a nice handshake and a smile and we'll see in Ireland in May. Corey, good stuff, man. Good to talk to you. All right, we'll see you soon. And when we come back, my conversation with Alicia baumgartner. Recently, a new client called me and started by saying mister Morgan, I really need your help, but I'm just a nobody. Those words stun me and I immediately called him back and we're now helping him and his family after a terrible accident. 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"john fury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The fed funds futures, that's in view level of tight end. You're asking the right question. It's not a bad next week. It's about what happens after that time. Yeah, it does. And of course, some of that comes back to economic growth, and it comes back to the tea leave all of us in economics, finance and investment glean from the short term bond market. We're going to do that right now. I read Jersey joins as chief U.S. interest rate strategist for Bloomberg intelligence. Ira, what should we watch in your space, your world? What will give us a signals off this shock report? Yeah, I think it's a two year yield that you guys were just highlighting in the fact that we're at levels where we haven't been since before the global financial crisis back in 2007. The fact is that we had continued to price for the Federal Reserve to continue to hike interest rates. The question still is, how high do they go? And then how long do they held them there? And I think a lot of the data from this report and it's always just one report, but when you get one report again and again and again, that tends to look at things like core service prices continuing to grow as quickly as they are. Then the Federal Reserve has to worry that that inflation is going to stay well above their 2% target for a long time. In fact, I think in some investors that I've been talking to are questioning whether or not they can actually keep that 2% target as they're as their guideposts that maybe they need to be at two and a half percent or 3% or have some range between two and four or something like that because we're in an environment where it's very likely that inflation is going to stay this high or well, not this high. But above 2% for several years and that means that they're not going to ever hit their target unless they unless they hike interest rates more than the market is pricing. And that's the Adam posen view of perhaps targeting 3% rather than 2%. But they are not doing that right now. And we are hearing from fed officials talking up a 4% fed funds rate as a likelihood early next year, middle of next year. Is that in markets right now? And do you think that that's realistic? Well, the market's getting there. So the market's priced for around the upper band to be about 4%. And I think in my view is, is that the upper band eventually will be at around four and a half. So and Bloomberg economics of course is even a little bit higher than that. And certainly, you know, directionally, I think that the market needs to start pricing for somewhere above 4% in terms of in terms of the fed funds rate. We're not quite there yet. When you see two year yields upwards of around three 75, three 90, that will be a signal that we're finally there. We're getting there. We're getting there quickly. John fury, a CIBC worldwide markets in Toronto. They focus on shelters. We've talked, but they also add medical care as part of this core surge that we see. It goes back to this persistent thing How much longer is inflation could remain at these kind of levels. Ira, can you talk to me about this move we're seeing in the two year you picked up on it, let's discuss it. With basically at three 70 now, on a two year yield, we're not far away from it, Ira. How much upside do you think they're actually might be on a two year based on where it is now? Yeah, so our yearend target is three 90 and that's predicated on the idea that the fed's going to hike to around four and a half percent and then in 2024 start to cut. But you get another CPI printer to similar to this and we'll have to rethink that view in a pretty big way. I think two year yields are going to certainly be much more sensitive to what the Federal Reserve is doing than say the ten year yield. And I think the important bit is that eventually the ten year yield is going to really lag behind. And we already has for about almost 2% over the last year. But I do think that the ten year yield eventually will start to rally a little bit on the idea that look the fed has to hike a lot more than they want to and we're going to have a hard landing. So the yield curve will just invert more and more. What will you listen for from the fed? How do they change their dialog off this report? To me, it completely vindicates what Paolo was talking about at Jackson hole. How do they move forward? Yeah, I think that's right. I don't think that they really have to change the narrative very much at all. The fed's been pretty consistent. The market just hasn't believed them are large parts of the market haven't believed them. Look, all the investors that we've talked to that I talked to are in two camps. One is the fed's way behind the curve. They have to hike a lot more. They need to go a hundred basis points at the September meeting. And keep going to 5, 6, 7%. And then you have another group of investors and saying the fed can't go much beyond 4% because they're already going to be pricing in for recession and a hard landing and all these other things. So you have this very bifurcated view where everything centers around maybe what we're pricing right now, but you have these two very disparate views. And as people shift from one of those views to the other, you're seeing these very big moves in markets and liquidity is been pretty poor as well because there's structural issues going on in the treasury market. So you're going to continue to see these ten, 15, 20 basis point moves on a pretty regular basis as the sentiment shifts. So so significantly. All right, chassis. Flip
"john fury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now This could be because Patrice bergeron has won the award for best offensive offense in hockey Best for him 400 years in a row and the keys up to speed on bergeron but we won't be okay We'll go to him on the American economy Mike what is chairman Powell to do Does he just go into quiet period to June 15th and then boom Yeah I mean that's what he's going to do by the way it's the selkie award and it's 5 years in a row for bergeron Okay thank you I knew you would needed to be corrected there Of course The fed is now and it's quiet period We've got ten days where we will be hearing from them But they've already told us what they're going to do So there's not really any kind of surprise coming What people are going to want to hear is what's next after July Because they've already told us what they're going to do in July And I don't think you get an answer to that either But what's interesting to me today is if you look on your Bloomberg terminal the U.S. eco headlights are all kind of optimistic Goldman says that they can get away with a soft landing another headline says the fed can thread the needle and you got another that says that maybe they fuzz up their guidance because they might not have to go as hard as they thought And I wonder if there's maybe some backlash you saw it from Lloyd blankfein on Friday when he was tweeting that we need to stop the negativity about the economy So it's kind of an interesting situation here where if you want to be pessimistic you can be but others are saying well no maybe not Yeah John fury featured the blank tweet I missed it Paul in the blur And I'm with mister blankfein Would everybody just stop pontificating on Mike McKee's territory Black grown-ups like McKee actually tell us what's you know Tom I spent the entire weekend riding my e-bike because the price of gasoline $4 and 86 cents a barrel That's real inflation That's hitting the working man and woman out there in a big way I'm just not sure what this Federal Reserve can do about it But they can't do anything about gasoline And that's part of the problem for the overall economy because the data suggests we're seeing a slowing and inflation Especially the core rates which the fed is going to watch but the problem is mister and Mrs. America are going to look at the pump prices for gasoline And they're going to think that inflation is still raging even if many many other categories are coming down So the question then becomes do they pull back on other spending because gasoline is so high and how does that affect the economy overall And I said $4 and 86 per pound per gallon Still that's bad enough here So again Mike as you think about this Federal Reserve I mean it seems like 50 basis points is baked into this market over the next two meetings Is there any signaling that you expect from the fed going forward as to beyond that I don't think we get any signaling until we get to the July meeting maybe the press conference there Or maybe a little bit afterwards because the fed wants to see what happens to the data We get another CPI report on Friday and everybody's going to be up in arms about that And the Wall Street traders are all upset because it'll keep them at their desks longer and away from them But we're going to have to see what happens with that And then what happens with the PCE numbers both this month for the month of May and for the month of June when we get to July day Mike real quick here on a Monday to get to Friday the gloom is on the top line inflation number the core number we actually improves which of those two numbers matters more to Michael McKee Well I'm going to go with the core because I think that's going to influence the fed more They know they can't do anything about gasoline and they can't do much about food But other prices can come down Okay Michael mckean thank you so much running all of our economic coverage into an eventful end of the week ECB and then inflation With our news in New York City is Michael Barr Tom Paul thank you very much It was a weekend of gun violence more than a dozen people were killed in several shootings in Chattanooga Tennessee mayor Tim Kelly responding to a shooting in his city for the second weekend in a row this time near a bar downtown sending pedestrians running for cover The registered independent says he's a gun owner and hunter but he's calling on Congress to act That.
"john fury" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I am in the business of repetition and hyperbole. May not get it louder. Faster. You get noticed. I understand that I understand that. But we're going to break the old grandfather clock here. This is from both sides. But for our conversation now, with the next cast, we're going to talk primarily about the nonsense coming. Through the speakers provided by the left progressives like to call Republicans a threat to democracy. I'm running from John Furies piece at the hill dot com before we welcome him. Let me give you just kind of the Thumbnail sketch, and he can elaborate. Democracy is not perfect Utopia. It is not Shangri la. It is not a paradise where all the women are strong. All the men are good looking and where all the Children are slightly above average. To paraphrase Garrison Keillor. Last week, 100, left wing scholars wrote in the New America. That Republican efforts to reform voting laws are an existential threat to democracy in the US HR one, Essentially, they said, is a return to Jim Crow. They always measured Robert Reich or as Russia's Come. Robert Rice. Called the Republican Party quote an existential threat to American democracy. Clearly, these experts have little understand of what democracy is or what it is supposed to be. And now we're welcome back to the program. Returning guest. He served as spokesman for former Speaker Hastert, communications director for former Congressman Tom DeLay, and he's based out of believe, D C. John Feehery. How are you, sir? Welcome back to the big 89. I am fantastical here in D. C and Happy that the Chicago White Sox are still in first place. So you know I'm doing great, and LaRussa just set a big record for longevity. Yeah, He's always great manager, and I always enjoyed him when he was with the socks the first time Selves. That's great. I concur. So, John your piece today and I've I've laid it out for the listeners. You're essentially saying, Let's not And this is primarily for the left. Obviously, don't overstep your bounds and ruin democracy. Can you elaborate on that? Where do they go wrong in their premise that this voting rights bill for lack of a better descriptor is an existential threat to democracy. Well, it's not an existential threat to democracy in their rhetoric is so over the top. Um you know, this is not a return to Jim Crow. This is basically you know, even High percentage of African American voters think that voter ID laws are fine. Um, the had to get an idea to go on a plane. So that is not an existential threat to democracy. Um, the the fact is that at the local level You do need to have adequate time for people to vote and all these different bills allow for that to happen. Um, you know, I think that one of the things that that happened in the middle of the last election is a lot of unelected bureaucrats. Change the laws because of covid. And you had this huge, uh, concern about the integrity of the election and we'll seal still still seeing it today where people just don't have faith in the electoral process, so we need to make sure That whatever we do that we count every vote that we make it so that everyone has a fair chance to vote and that we know where the votes are. We know the transparency and voting and then we can have a paper trail. I don't think hr one does that. I think that all these the Voting effort in Georgia. Uh, kind of was predicated on what happened in Florida. They had a really clean election in Florida. Everyone should follow the Florida model. I don't know why this is so hard. Every state has under the Constitution has the opportunity to make its own rules and regulations, And it's really not a federal, um, concern. There has been, you know efforts to fund local voting through the help of America Vote Act, But the fact is, is that we need to make sure that everyone has faith in the election. I think that What I get at is that the Democrats are hyperventilating and calling Republicans treat traders and and calling them You know their their opinions don't matter. And the fact is, you cannot do that. In a democracy. You have to have respect for both sides and and then slogged through it. And I think that the problem I have With this overheated rhetoric it makes it makes democracy untenable. And we know we have too much to lose. If we lose our democracy totally agree. John Furey is here. He is, uh, partner at E F B advocacy, served as a spokesperson to former Speaker Hastert and also worked with Tom DeLay and is returning guests here. Double DS. Do you really believe as you wrote in your piece to which I read that the hill that the progressive movement essentially wants to rid the country of that pesky 72 million people with which it disagrees. I'm worried about that. And I see the the rhetoric from the other side. I saw I got a text from move on org, which is a progressive organization that called Almost everybody who is a Republican, a traitor. Mean, you know that That's not good. I mean, you know, I don't call Democrats traders. I don't call progressive traders. I mean, I think that they have different opinions, and I do. I think that we need to resolve those opinions through, you know, compromise, but also through, you know, elections and the elections are very important to have faith in the election process. And you know, the other thing is that America Is seen as a leading figure in the world. We we We are shining city on the hill. We are every other country looks up to us when we tear down our own democratic process. You know, it actually has reverberations around the globe. And so we have to be very careful on the rhetoric and by calling 72 million of our federal citizens of those people who voted for Trump traders or worse, you know, that's not that's not what we need in this democracy. Clearly there's been historically and even in present day, there's some real problems with some voting in some precincts in some counties in the nation. That being said, though I don't think it is a top to bottom process, I think Good or bad. Both sides of the same coin that elections should be running a local, county and state level. I assume you concur. Well, I agree with that. Totally. I think that every state under the Constitution has the ability to run its own elections. Um, that being said, you know, I think you also need to have oversight. And I think you need to The others..
"john fury" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Right in theory. That is how it could play out. Mario trap gauge over here. How he'll traps guizhou. What what is a was going. On trapezoid champ just got done with last sparring session of For boorda wars and Feeling good a set so I'm talking Right now talking. Dirt what we talk in sham. Tell me d'oeuvres in galena. Have you ever heard of him. I have not informed me. D'oeuvres incor- lena is Lee opponent replacement for bodu jack. Yes yes yes. I did a read. That article on the boxing voice dot com written by julio and Yes i was aware that i just you know the name. I did. Not realize yeah. Man hailing all the way from venezuela stepping in short notice. Fifteen wins thirteen cao's damn near ninety percent knockout ratio. Y'all how's it. Been here before dog like i swear to. God you cannot take guys from venezuela or from those kinds of countries like that with these kinds of records lightly like picking him. And i'm not saying that he's gonna pull the upset because i really don't even know him. But you gotta be careful with these kind of dudes for sure for sure men. And that's the reason i bring it up is because it's like babu. Jack was expecting john. Pascal his mind was expecting john. Pascal he was working out for pascal. Now he gets his door. He gets his duties looking at his bio trays. They meant his looking old. He's looking like an internal bandette as tight. Man he does. He does look like token there is. You're right and and and he loses focus and then y y ole boy steps on a scene knocks out paskov but it looks like i mean in essex was good champ. Goodfellas was going bill. We we we we. We could call him trapezoid. Mario showed him. I told him. I mean i said put your money. Where the hell you want to put your money where he got these to me on sunday and tell me. I didn't tell you before you know. I'm so ready dog. i'm so ready. Let me stop each murray. You looking like rusada. Yeah that's a good reference. Right there mario. Or i mean because our i know i mean gets thorough on his. Show Do you guys know anybody on this undercard like i think. I know archie shot. That's the only name that seems like it's like somebody i might have heard of. He's also the only fighter that has a reason reasonable. S you talk about this all the time. You gotta have a reasonable enough instagram presence for us to try to recognize you for real. That's a big part. Of what point. If i can find you the natural is gonna bring me first of all david wadsworth turn. We wanna see what he's gonna look like. But when you look at the undercard you looking for those names that you might know in honestly I think it's integral to sharp or something like that. It's don't use. Remember the cat yemen. I don't know anybody. But i think i'll be honest. The danube la bagged on dental fi. Does it for me enough. That's like all. I need because i think he's in a legit of dangerous fight coming back after injury to go in there with a guy like bagged on dental. That you know. Look i'm not gonna stretch the truth. Well he's only known for losing but he's only loan for losing to the top so you know that's it. How much is left. Or how much can he give a guy that isn't on the top and dubai has improving that he's on top. He failed trying to get you know on in that test rather to show that he was in the top. So like you know. This is a dangerous five. We we get to see how his his eye healed as well again. We don't have anything that says bagged on cafe like he's just known as a loser though. I mean that's true but listen and you said real quick. I just want to make this known you said to wa- failed the test. You're absolutely right. He lost that fight but he was having success. In that fight there was a judge that had him up on the cards against joe. Joyce maybe two of them if i if i if i remember correctly you know joe. Joyce showed levels in that fight. He showed what he could do with just a jet that made him dangerous. I don't think that necessarily that means that. Daniel bar is it it just we still have questions you know. And so from that perspective you know. That's what interests me. You know fighting. A guy like Dinner because you know like you said he's only lost to the top like one of those things where he has to bounce back. Do what has to bounce back. And he has to do it. Impressively for for do wop the fight with joyce or he fought another. I want to say level of competition like a parker. I think you know passing. The test was taken a fight with joseph parker. Somebody that people might have thought without boxing in we was only counting on the wasp power for the most part But yeah i mean the fact that he he got well. And i mean to me this return. You're not make. Maybe the return is the real test hat as he looked does he looked tentative me. If he looks as tentative is andy did then. We're going to have a lot of questions because aired hall. Dan and even suffered injury any lieutenant. So do is tinted. Due to an injury we can understand it But you know. That's what we want to see how he gonna look what. What's his spirit. Look like definitely because you know. He's he's used if if if they let him spar he was sparring headgear. You know with the with the protective bar more than likely You know and and Will he flinch. You know because he doesn't wanna get hit because he's expecting the pain. It's going to be interesting and this is what is the fight. They did a good job. Picking bagged on denno. Which is a recognizable name. You know. it doesn't leave a bad taste in your mouth so Pretty good fight man. Pretty good fight but you are right. That under par teigen. I'd say probably the only look forward to on saturday. Because i mean may well have fights out sunday and i don't think there's anything else on saturday right. That's this is it. No this is it. We're going out early. Yeah but like you said. I mean the main event is everything You know the card. You do have a bunch of undefeated guy you know You know say what you want about that but you do. Have tommy furey on the card. I think that it is worth in the co heaping word. He should have been the co main because he has more juice than anybody else on this card. And except for because he's been mentioned as a jake. Paul haswell opponent era. So he's got to do that yet. That that i've thought about that too soon as you said it. If tommy furey zone car. He got to get his his john fury on. He gotta get his luke fairy on. He got to have the gift of gab. Because as we can see you know the moving over to showtime witted getting a little bit more involved with maybe some some boxing heads like yellow man disguise. Coming over man in a guy like tommy furey. Did this elites crazy that he could make such an announcement against a non professional. This is a great fight for him. If he can make him and jake have that in common did they fight. Nobody and people tune in even though get you gotta give jay credit like asker in or s whatever he somebody now woodley is actually somebody and You know epson gives or whatever. His name is absent in his own right. He was able to build his platform and started the whole youtube. Thing with jake I just think that tommy while he's popular and i'm saying he deserves to be the co main of this fight with dubois man. He's gotta be kind of tight like that. Jake is like i mean blowing. Jake gutter real do on showtime and tommy's like the opener on on some fight versus a dude. It's like four and fourteen. i think was. Is this the resume right. yeah well. He's fighting georgian grant. Who's to know Tommy tommy furious fighting jordan grant. Who is to. Here's the thing though that you gotta understand about it though it's like i understand what you're saying and you are right and it might calls tommy. Some you know frustrate affiliates. The thing is is that tommy's doing tommy is approaching the boxing lifestyle. Okay he's approaching the the The instruction manual for a boxer right. So this is who you fight when you're five and you fight guys like this right to jake. He the reason he's on the platform he is is because he didn't go the boxer route. You know he went the youtube tiktok. You know Social media route and it paid off for him. But but tommy's got all his eggs invest in this basket tomorrow. Jay could decide to be a rapper or decided to be a popstar. Decide to be a stunt man decided to be anything that it's going to fat in the wallet of jake paul because that's the business studies in. I don't know..