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"margarito" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Connor Benn made his return. Seventeen month layoff. It returns against Rodolfo Orozco and gets a ten round unanimous decision win. This fight was contested at 154 pounds. There's certainly a lot of controversy around Benn coming into this fight. The idea that he should be fighting was in question. Benn of course is not past all the issues he has that date back to the multiple positive tests for clomiphene in the build up to the fight against Chris Eubank Jr. He was technically clear to fight. That is true. The state of Florida had the right to license him because there was no suspension over in the UK. And the Association of Boxing Commissions, after receiving a negative vata test, took Connor Benn off their suspension list. So he was technically allowed to fight. Should he have been fighting until his issues with the UK were resolved? That's more of a subjective question. There are a lot of people, mostly in the UK, that believe he should have to deal with the British Boxing Board of Control before he gets back in the ring. Connor Benn and his team say, look, we want to deal with the British Boxing Board, but they appealed the decision by the National Anti-Doping Panel to lift the suspension. And there is no date yet for that appeal. So we've got to get out. We've got to stay active. We've been out of the ring for a long time. Where do you come down on that, Sergio? Should Connor Benn have been fighting last weekend or should he have dealt with his issues in the UK first? You think 18 months being out of the ring in the prime of his career isn't punishment enough? He already dealt with it. I mean, how long do you want this young man to be punished for something that, I mean, yeah, it's a terrible thing what happened. But he's making a case for himself and there's a case against him. I'm not a judge or jury, nor am I going to attempt to defend one side or the other. But whatever did happen is he already served his punishment, not only by the court of law, by the court of public opinion, but the court of law and the commission. He hasn't fought. So they had to go around the world to find a loophole. And it took, of course, Florida to give them sanction that. Texas probably would have done it. Any other state would have done it. Another country would have done it. But it happens all the time. Whenever you have a name and so many people hate that name and you can't get a license, you're about to find a license somewhere, there's a loophole. Whether he did it or not, like I said, I'm not going to touch on that. That's up to you and other writers and other opinions. Me as a fighter, let the man fight, man. He's 20 what? He's in his mid 20s. He's in the prime of his career, attention, popularity, prime money making years. You don't punish that man for how long do you want him to punish for? How long do you want him to be on time out? It's ridiculous. I mean, was it proven? Yes. Did he get busted? Yes. But did he get did he say his piece? And was it beyond a reasonable doubt? Was there other people that that that could say maybe that could happen? I mean, I'm not I'm not a judge of jury, man. And don't try to hang me for my opinion either. All I'm saying is if he did it, he served his punishment. If he didn't do it, man, the kid needs to fight. The kid needs to make a living. It was emotional seeing that that that interview that you and him had because I was sitting in on it and I was just feeling for him. And because I've been stretches of inactivity longer than that purposely, not because I couldn't fight because I like fun. But on the other hand, it sucks, man, being inactive like that, because when you come back, you don't have that confidence. You don't have that timing. You don't have that that that that that killer ability that I'm going to go walk straight through this guy. It's I got to get past the cow webs. Do I have enough conditioning to go to the end? How are people going to look at me? So many things running through your head. Ben already got his punishment, man. Let him move on. Let him continue on his journey right or wrong, whether you think he did it or not. Doesn't matter. You're not the fighter. You're not the one having to make a living. That's it. Let him fight. And he did. I think what people want is an adjudication of this. They want a public resolution to this one way or the other. As far as punishment, I tend to agree with you. Even if Connor, Ben did what he is being accused of and what there are positive test results for. He has effectively been suspended for a year. The positive tests came to light for the Chris Eubank Jr. fight in what late September or early October. I think it was late September of twenty twenty three or twenty twenty two. And Connor, Ben returned to the ring in late September of twenty twenty three. That is effectively a one year suspension for some context. You look at Canelo Alvarez when he tested positive for cleanse buterol. The Nevada Commission gave him a six month suspension for that first offense. More recently, Michelle Rivera tested positive for multiple banned substances. He was given a six month suspension as a result of that. Generally speaking, at least in the US, these yield like six-ish month suspensions. So Connor, Ben in a way exceeded that. He wasn't formally suspended, but he exceeded what the usual punishment has been for him. I think people just want to see resolution. They want to see Connor, Ben, the British Boxing Board of Control, the UK anti-doping agency. They want to see all these parties sit down in a room and get on the same page one way or the other. Where there is a statement, there is a punishment, and we're all moving on from there. So I can certainly see both sides of it. I can certainly understand people saying Connor, Ben shouldn't fight until the UK stuff is resolved. In your opinion, what do you think? Look, I was fine with Connor, Ben fighting for two reasons. One, I do think he has served his time, and I've said that on previous podcasts. I also think while the BBBOC and UKAD have appealed the decision to lift the suspension, which was lifted back in July, there is no date for that appeal. And if you're kind of sitting out there in limbo, I think you have the right to kind of move on. If you are cleared to fight, I hate using that phrase because Eddie Hearn used that phrase all the time, but if you are cleared to fight, you have the right to do it. I mean, Florida was going to license him. The Associated Boxing Commissions didn't suspend him. You have the right to do it. So if he's eligible and does not have a date for that appeal, I think he has the right to fight. Now, I take a lot of issue with some of the stuff that Connor, Ben has done, specifically how his stories seem to be shifting. And he has been unwilling to be as transparent as humanly possible. He's got this 270-page report. Very few people have seen it. He was standoffish with the British Boxing Board, with UKAD early on. He wasn't revealing all his information to them. There was a lot of missteps along the way. But the reality is Connor, Ben, was effectively suspended for a year, and he was eligible to fight in Florida. So I just didn't have an issue with him getting in the ring on that, especially since he was VADA tested before and I believe after, and took all the Florida tests that went along with it. So I didn't have an issue with that. Listen, one more thing here. The perfect example in whether right or wrong and people wanted a fighter not to say is Muhammad Ali, right? When he didn't want to go to the... Well, I wouldn't go there. I wouldn't go there. Listen to me. Three and a half years. I'm not comparing the two. I'm just saying that was a face of nobody wanting him to fight because of whatever he did, draft dodging, wasn't being an American. But looking back, he looked like a hero. But three and a half years out of his prime, and he had to go to Atlanta, Georgia, to go fight what, Jerry Corey. I mean, you took the greatest fighter of all times prime. So all the people that were against that, and now if you look back, Ali's a hero. But all the people in that time, they're like, what the hell, man? He shouldn't be fighting. He's anti-American. This, this, that. It's wrong, man. There's two different sides. And if the court of law, if you find a loophole, I don't care where in the world, if you find a loophole and if you're on parole and you're able to be free, you do what you got to do to survive. You do what you do to get paid, especially when you're a young man in your prime, because there's no looking back in retrospect saying, oh, well, maybe that was the best thing for him then. No, no, no. It doesn't work that way. You got to move forward. And that's what Connor Benn did. I think there are zero similarities with Ali, just to be clear. I don't, I mean, I understand what you're saying. Time off. I just said the face, the face of suspensions. That's the one that people think. Ali was, Ali was a victim in a way in all that. I don't think Connor Benn. Not at the time. He was hated, Mannix. He was hated by his own people. He was hated, but he was standing on principle. He was hated by his own people. That's all I said. What he was doing was standing on principle at that point and stuck by it. And it cost him many years of his religious principle. Look, Connor Benn. From what I understand, Connor Benn has had multiple opportunities to take a slap on the wrist from the British boxing board, has not taken it because he will not admit that something like this, you know, what was was in his system by choice or, you know, even even gotten his system in a way that he didn't know. I mean, he's now saying it was contaminated eggs. We told me in our interview. But, you know, my understand is Connor Benn's had a few opportunities to take a slap on the wrist has not taken. That's why this thing has been dragging out as long as it has. But I do want to talk about what he looked like in the ring, Sergio, because this was Connor Benn's first fight at 154 pounds. He fought a complete unknown in Rodolfo Roscoe. We had a lot of knockouts on his resume, but no big time opponents, no even B level opponents, at least ones that we know of. He goes the distance with the Roscoe, hit a Roscoe with everything but the kitchen sink in that fight through all his power shots. Nothing seemed to phase or very little seemed to phase Rodolfo Roscoe. What did that tell you about Connor Benn and his future in weight classes above 147 pounds? But I think Connor Benn looked really, really good, even without the knockout. I think he looked sharp. His legs look good. He didn't look rusty. He didn't look timid to get punched. He was explosive. He was going for the knockout. He was just in there with a fighter that had what, 38, 39 fights, a Mexican that was a lot bigger, rehydrated, maybe 20, 25 pounds heavier. And he took a big shot. Rodolfo came coming. He was like Frankenstein during the telecast. And I hated to bring up Antonio Margarito's name, but that's what Margarito looked like against Cotto. You know, Cotto was a smaller man. Margarito was a bigger man. And we all know what happened in the first fight. But in the second fight, Margarito was late dangerous in that fight. And Connor Benn never let Orozco get dangerous. So I got to give him credit for that. He boxed the hell out of him. He hurt him, especially with the body. He just couldn't take him out of there. Just because he couldn't get the knockout, what does it matter? He still got the rounds in. He still looked good. He still got paid. And now it's on to the next one. Hopefully the next one is a big one, you know, a big fight, the Eubanks fight, and put all this behind him. Because like my trainer used to say, you know, no matter how bad fans hate you and don't want to see you fight, knockouts take care of everything. A knockout, short-term memory is gone. We want to see you again. And this kid, you know, Connor Benn, is excited to watch and he always goes for the knockout. He just didn't get it against a big, strong Mexican. And you know Mexicans got that chin, Mannix. Orozco can take a punch, man. He really can. I was amazed to see on BoxRec that he started his career at 108 pounds. I didn't believe that because he was at least 165, maybe even a size 170 in the ring. I mean, he was a big dude. Look, I don't think Connor Benn should be fighting above welterweight. I don't. Look, those guys looked like they were two weight clusters apart in the ring. They did. And Orozco, for all his durability, if he had a little more firepower, that fight could have been a lot different. It could have. And if Connor Benn keeps up this ascent, if he keeps talking about fighting guys who are the best at 154 and 160, whether it's Chris Eubank and Adi Golovkin, who knows what fights he could be pursuing, one of these guys with more firepower is going to catch him. So I think it's a mistake for Connor Benn to go above. I think a lesson should be learned there. I think a lesson should be learned there. I think he should be fighting at 147. I don't know how much money there is at 160, but you think about what Eubank and Benn are going to look like in the ring together. Eubank, he's a guy who fought at 168 for a while, too. He's going to be a big guy when he rehydrates. Against Connor Benn, who is a regular-sized welterweight, I don't know. I mean, I think Connor still has great power in both hands. He's got good timing, good speed. But in those higher weight classes, Sergio, he's going to have a problem knocking guys out the way he did at welterweight. And against guys with more pop, they're going to come back with something big, and we'll see if Connor Benn can take it there. My takeaway from him in the ring was stay at welterweight. See if you can conquer that division. Look for big fights at welterweight, whether it's going for titles. No, man, I disagree, because you've got to remember, I became a champion at 154. I didn't have power. I didn't knock anyone out at 154. You went down, though. I understand that, but I still fought a great slider, and Vernon Forrest was able to pick up a strap at 154 with no power. I didn't have power at 154 or 160. I outboxed guys. That was my MO. You're given the gifts that you have. Connor Benn, one, he's still growing. Two, he's still a muscular guy, but yes, he's short, and he has that lean, dense muscle. So he's never going to grow into a full-fledged middleweight. That, you're never going to see. He's a muscular, good-looking, explosive fighter, but you can win off of explosive power. I mean, accumulation. It won't be pop, and you're going to hurt him. It's going to be accumulation of power.
"margarito" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"There's so much to consider all the time. There is a path to redemption for Connor Bent. When you post these things on Instagram, these dossiers you're talking about, someone's jamming those lifeguards. Someone is on this side. And on the other side, what happens is that even the people that want the book thrown at these fighters who do these bad things, allegedly do these bad things, what we turn it into is we think that an appropriate punishment is justice and physical violence in the ring. And so we turn their return fights into this like morality, you know, like Margarito versus Pacquiao. It was supposed to be this like, you know, we're getting our reckoning for Margarito cheating and we allow them to make another paycheck and go back in. So, yeah, I think that there has to be, there should be set parameters for what happens if you test positive. But there's so many things that we need to change to actually make that happen. It's hard. It's even hard for me, you know, when stuff like this happens, like, do I want to get angry about Connor Bent or do I want to like click on the link that box they sent out, watch a fight. There's too much to think about all the time. It's a lot. It's a lot. And we're dealing with it more and more in boxing because this year, while it's been a very good one for boxing overall, it has been littered with, you know, negativity when it comes to drugs, whether it's Connor been last year. Yeah, Dillian White, Lisa Baumgartner. I mean, there's just a lot going on a lot of the sport needs to do to clean it up, which begins with, you know, 24 seven testing for everybody that wants to compete in box. There's got to be a way to figure out how to do that. But when it comes to Connor, Ben, I just think one year I'm okay with if he does it again, gone. See you later. Not allowed to fight in any respectable country with any respectable boxing commission. But I think the door should be reopened for Connor, Ben, to get back into the boxing ring. And if it is that Ben Eubank fight is massive. I mean, we all remember this time last year when the promotion for that fight was starting to ramp up where you had Eubank Senior and Nigel Ben, you know, talking about it. You had, you know, all the promotional videos about, you know, the past fight between those two and then, you know, teasing the future fight between these two that fight will still sell out a big arena in in London, anywhere in the UK, and be one of the biggest fights of the year over in the UK. But if I'm Connor, Ben, you know, we talked about Chris Eubank, should he want that fight? I think he should. If I'm Connor, Ben, I want that fight. But I want another fight before then, too. There's been some talk about Connor, Ben returning, maybe in the US before the end of the month. I would want one fight at a higher weight because remember, Connor, Ben has been fighting at 147 for his entire career. This fight with Eubank will likely be at a full 160. I would want one fight at a higher weight before I, you know, get into, you know, get right into a fight with Chris Eubank, who's going to be coming in sharp, fresh, confident second fight with his new trainer. I'd want one more fight if I'm Connor, Ben, but I'm of the opinion, a lot of people won't agree that it's time to allow Connor, Ben, to fight again and for boxing to open the door, whether it's in the UK or the US for him to fight once again. All right, speaking of fights, Errol Spence Jr. wants his get back. It's been widely reported and I've confirmed that Errol Spence has exercised his immediate rematch clause to face Terence Crawford. We all remember the one-sided destruction their first fight was back in July. Terence Crawford winning that fight by knockout. Errol Spence really not winning, maybe won the first round, but after that, it was all Terence Crawford. There was a lot of talk, Corey, about whether Spence would exercise an immediate rematch, whether he would look to take one fight at 154 before getting back in the ring with Crawford. Well, he wants to get back in right away. Is this a wise move for Errol Spence Jr.? I think it is the right move and I, you know, even if you think that Spence isn't going to win this fight, I think that it is the right move if he's going to continue his boxing career. I mean, this is the biggest fight that's available to him. It's the biggest fight in terms of the monetary value, the amount of money he's going to bring. And as an athlete, I'm sure that he's looking at that one-sided fight and thinking, there's no way that I'm not better than that. You know, so I understand fully where he's coming from and I also, you know, if I'm going to be objective looking at things, Spence looking the way that he did in that fight, considering the trauma of his body he's been through, the car crash and everything else, considerations that were there even beforehand, even though he kept landing against the other Todd Welterweights, there is a consideration of, well, how much time does he actually have left? When are these things really going to catch up? And then, you know, to be considered, well, if I am a pro fighter and I am basically playing the lottery with my physical well-being and the amount of money I can bring home, this is probably the best decision for him. So I totally get it. That still stands, even if you think that Spence gets wiped out at 154. If he wants to continue his career as an active boxer, then this is the biggest fight available to him. It's the one that he as an athlete has always believed that he could win and it's going to bring him the most money. And even if this is a retirement plan to go out and even if you lose again, you make another 10 plus million dollars, you know, you're set up on that ranch in De Soto for quite some time. So I still think, like, listen, of course, are there reasonable fights out there that you can think of the interim? Sure. But I don't know what exactly that would do for him. And in fact, if he faces off against another top 10-ish Welterweight, there are risks there that may not allow him to get to this Crawford fight again. So I think it is the right thing. I think if he fights Crawford next, there's no other way to look at it, but this would be his last fight. I'm of the opinion, Cory, that I don't think seven pounds is going to make a difference. I think the weight was a variable in that first fight, but I think Terrence Crawford at this stage is just better. And I don't think a new weight class is going to change much. In fact, it might just make Crawford that much stronger because, you know, he had to cut the weight too, and him not having to cut all the way down to 147 is going to benefit him as well. I agree with what you're saying that, you know, if you're Errol Spence, you go into the ring against, you know, a top 10-ish guy, you run the risk of potentially losing. I still think in the interest of Spence winning a rematch, I think he needs some kind of confidence-boosting fight. I think he needs activity too. I mean, he took that fight with Terrence Crawford after being out of the ring for more than a year. I think getting back in the ring against a light-hitting 154-pounder or maybe even a 147-pounder just coming up in weight to be an opponent for Spence, I think that could benefit him. I think that could give him a little bit of confidence going into the rematch because the first fight just wasn't close. That's the big problem here. The first fight, you know, Errol Spence cannot look at that first fight and say, well, if I did this a little bit differently or that little bit differently, I'd be in a position to win. No, he won the first round. We'll give him that. But then the next six, he got wiped out. You know, he got knocked down the second and then beat up over the rest of that fight. I mean, I understand that Errol Spence is not about warm-up fights. He's proven that over the course of his career. The guy comes off a near-catastrophic, near-death accident and fights Danny Garcia in his first fight. He gets back in with Yordanis Ugas. He fights tough guys all the time. But if he's serious about winning this rematch and if his team believes he can win this rematch, I think he needs one fight. I think he needs to go up to 154, take a low-level fight, get your confidence back, get comfortable at that new weight, and then, middle of next year, go into a fight against Terrence Crawford. I understand that the politics of it and the legalities of it say that he probably can't put it off and automatically get that rematch, but if Spence wins a fight at 154, Crawford's going to want to fight him again. The money's going to be there. The framework of the deal is in place. I just think you go into this fight with Crawford in January or February or whenever it may be scheduled, without that next tune-up fight, you're going to lose. And you might lose just as badly as you did the first time. You get an in-between fight. You may still lose. You may still take a beating, but I think you're going to be better off for it if you go into that Crawford fight coming off a win as opposed to just being months removed from a beating. I mean, that wasn't a loss. That was a beating he took at the hands of Terrence Crawford. So, I just think he should do that. Yeah, and you know what, I could see that perspective both for Errol as a fighter and as an athlete, but there would also be benefits to that, Chris, from a PR perspective as well, because the reality of how athletes are marketed, how fights are marketed these days, it is on your timeline, and it is what is most recently in front of your eyes. And right now, the most recent thing that the casual viewers, the ones that make pay-per-views into pay-per-view extravaganzas, the ones that make fighters a lot of money, those fans are the ones clicking on the memes of Errol Spence looking like Martin. That's not good, but you put a fight in between there where maybe Errol scores a knockout, suddenly all that's washed away. I mean, we saw it with Deontay Wilder, one comeback fight, one extraordinary knockout, and suddenly people are excited about seeing him all over again. It can happen, so there would be benefits. I can definitely see your side. But yeah, I think the sticky part is contractually, is it even possible if there is that desire for people to win? Yeah, and look, even if he takes that interim fight, I'm still picking Crawford to win. I just think Crawford's better. And I don't think Spence is the same guy since the accident. I've said that over and over again. I don't think he's the same fighter. He has not been that aggressive. Look for a knockout guy in a number of years. Certainly not since he had that one-car accident that nearly killed him. Which, by the way, makes his pre-Cofford post-accident wins even more impressive in retrospect. If you believe that, him going in there and beating Gordonis Ugos when he was nearly killed in his car, that's extremely impressive. And we should look back on that as so. He is one of the rare guys that you can say he always fought the best. He looked at his resume since he came out of the Olympics and since he started fighting at a championship level. There were very few gimmies on that list. Certainly almost none since he became a unified champion, whether it's fights against Sean Porter, the Ugos fight, Danny Garcia. Go down the list. He had a lot of good names on his resume. I just think at this stage, I think Crawford is simply the better fighter. And whether it's a 154, 160, 168, it's not going to matter. I think Crawford's going to win that rematch one way or the other. I want to talk about a great fight that was finalized on Tuesday afternoon. Shakur Stevenson, two-division world champion. He will face Frank Martin, undefeated, 135-pound contender. That will be for the vacant WBC lightweight title. It's the title of the Devin Haney. I don't know if Devin vacated as much as WBC took it from him, made him champion in recess. But Devin Haney, no longer 135-pound champion with the WBC. That title will be up for grabs. There was a purse bid scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. That was called off after representatives from top rank and representatives from Frank Martin, presumably PBC, made a deal for this fight to happen. It'll take place sometime in the fall. It'll be on an ESPN platform. I am all in on this fight, Corey. This is a tremendous fight. And the kind of fight that you don't see a lot of in boxing. You don't see two young, still years away from their prime or still a brief time, whatever it may be, from their prime coming together through cross-promotion to make a fight like this. Corey Stevenson, associated with top rank, he has been one of the top pound for pound guys for a number of years now, climbing the ranks every single fight. Frank Martin really burst onto the scene with that win over Michelle Rivera a couple of years ago. Didn't look great in his last fight, but still a top guy at 135. This is certainly a fight for the purists because neither Shakur or Frank Martin has massive fan bases behind them. It's not going to be a pay-per-view. It's not going to be a huge draw necessarily, but it will be, I think, a terrific fight between two guys that are right on the doorstep of being elite in boxing. What do you think of it? Yeah, I think it's a tremendous fight. And you mentioned the fact that this is a cross-promotional deal, too. That is a rarity that hopefully, I think is becoming a little bit more of a commonality and hopefully that trend will continue. And I think this is a trend that I've been seeing in the way that fighters talk about wanting their career arcs to be. They want to take these tests a little bit sooner. They don't see the value in a lot of these earlier career kind of fluff fights, development fights. And these two guys have been very loud on the timeline asking for fights like this, and they came together and actually made it happen. Not only is it a tremendous fight for the purists, but I think that, to your point, neither of these guys are on a pay-per-view caliber yet, but Shakur is probably a little bit closer. I think he's closer. The fans that know who Spencer Crawford is, they know who Shakur is. The question is, are they willing to pay money to see him on pay-per-view? And wins like this will put you in that stratosphere. And Shakur is kind of following, and it's interesting because he is very much in that Terrence Crawford camp. That's one of his mentors. And you're seeing him kind of take a similar kind of career arc where everyone... The way that they talked about Crawford at this stage in his career was almost as if everyone assumed and knew that this may be the most talented guy in boxing right now. He's going to be number one one day. We just haven't had a chance to see it yet. Shakur is starting that path a lot earlier. I think that Crawford, he's still a very young guy and taking these fights. But he's following that same kind of path where he's created some haters, let's say, on the timeline. He's kind of created a division between him and, let's say, the opposing camp, which Frank Martin is a part of in the Errol Spence sphere. And now he'll get a chance to win a grudge match against a top five-ish fighter in the division. This is the step that Shakur, I think, needs to hit that next level. If Frank Martin wins, I mean, that means that he was right all along about everything he said about himself, and he's going to prove a lot of people wrong. I'm going to enjoy one. Yeah, I want to give Frank Martin a lot of credit for taking this fight because it would have been very easy for his representatives to pull him out and say, look, there's going to be other titles that are vacant over the next three or four months. We're going to position Frank Martin to fight, say, Isak Cruz for a vacant title. Or maybe Frank Martin could position himself, seems unlikely, but maybe he could for a fight against Gervonta Davis. There were a lot of ways that Spence, who is his promoter, and PBC, which is backing him financially, a lot of ways they could have gone. Not only is he taking the toughest fight available to him, but his promoters and him, they're going to go to the, quote, rival platform. They're going to go over and fight on ESPN, which, frankly, for Frank Martin, you've got to be excited about. I mean, your exposure, if, and I've seen some dates floated, you know, November, maybe even the Heisman ceremony date that ESPN and Top Rank have in December. There's a chance for great exposure for Frank Martin in a fight like this, but I want to give him props because this wasn't a fight he needed to take. He easily could have walked away and followed a different path that could have led him to a world title at some point in 2024. He chose the path of greatest resistance, which I guess if we're looking at Frank Martin's resume, we should believe that. I mean, look, the fight with Michelle Rivera, I mean, that was one-sided in the aftermath, but that was prospect against prospect at the time. That was a big fight for both those guys and kind of a pick-and-fight at that time. Frank Martin went into it, got the job done. He is kind of following that same path that Errol Spence followed, like that I'm going to take tough fights. Like, I'm going to go out there and prove myself against the very best. And, you know, he's going up against a guy that in terms of pure skill, you know, Shakur's pound for pound is as good as it gets. Like, he's not, you know, top five on my pound for pound list, but he's in the top 10. And, you know, there's few people in boxing that doubt that with the right fights, he could get there, get inside that top five very quickly. So kudos to Frank Martin for taking a fight like this. Yeah, absolutely. And listen, Frank Martin's been knocking on every door he can knock on. Like, I saw him at Williams to pay to fight, you know, like, what are you doing out here in the middle of Texas for no reason? He's just, he's asking for anyone of note and he, you know, he landed the biggest fish that he could get.
"margarito" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I wasn't disappointed, and it was the best thing that could have happened. And I know you hear that a lot, but to know in your gut because you've done it that you've done 12 rounds, now you're comfortable going into the championship rounds. So it was a blessing in disguise because he is going to need the tenth 11 12th round against the best at one 47. I didn't see a lot of legitimate people criticizing him for that. I mean, I don't think he definitely didn't get exposed. That's for sure. He has a lot to learn and I think we saw exactly that on Saturday night, specifically when it comes to cutting the ring off. Like you know, as a fighter, that's not an easy thing to master. You know, Gennady Golovkin in my mind is one of the best in boxing or has been one of the best in boxing at cutting the ring off. Canelo Álvarez. But that's what you got to start getting to causing some credit because he was in great shape. He was in great shape. He had moved all 12. And you could tell that he had international amateur experience, the way that he maneuvered around the ring, the way he stayed off the ropes the way that he was able to tie up boots anytime boots wanted to get something started in the inside. That's experience for you. Anytime you got a Gritty experience guy, that's not afraid. That's another thing. He had poker face to him. Give me some context here. In your career, who is really good at cutting the ring up. Because you were kind of a mover. You were a mover for you were moving for most of your career. Who was really good at doing that. Who you trying to move away from, but you just kept finding a way to cut you off. Brian bear. But then again, we fought in a 16 foot ring in Texas, but now I'll tell you. Anymore, you kind of napalm them on the way out. I love Texas. Just hate the politics. I'll tell you who was an expert at cutting off the ring that was in the ring. It was in a fight, but sparring, and it was numerous years, hundreds of rounds, Antonio margarito, part of the king of cutting off the ring. In either hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of rounds with those two guys, and they can limit my movement with their expertise at cutting off the ring because if the ring is a square, they made you feel like you were fighting in two triangles or a triangle. They knew how to make it cut it in half. And you were literally not in the squared circle. You're fighting a triangle whenever you're fighting guys I know how to cut off the ring. So what is the secret to it? Because, you know, Canelo early in his career, the aerosol anti larvae, I think is a good example. I didn't think Canelo did enough to cut the ring off against Laura. I thought he won the fight, but didn't think he did enough to cut the ring off. And Lara is a highly skilled guy, like among the most skilled guys at that point. 2014. You're talking about Eddie's landing. I'm just saying. Cuban sniper. But what would you say to boot tennis? Like, what can you do to get better when you go up against somebody like that?
"margarito" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Everything seems to indicate there's like a co training committee going on there between angels. That's not, but it never works. That never works. It needs to be shook it up. I don't think it has anything. I don't think it has anything to do with anything except confidence. I'm trying to tell you, it's like kodo. When he got his first and second laws, he was like, he needed a new trainer just to give him coffins. That's all it was. Nobody really taught him anything different. No one needs to teach Joshua or anything different. He just needs to go in there confident to let his hands go like he did in every other fight. Can't we see that he fought us differently than he thought everybody else and meanwhile, but Barack Obama. You mentioned koto just needed confidence. I would push back a little bit on that because I'm blanking Pedro, the Cuban coach coda went with for like a minute. That didn't work. Like that style. You lost a trout. Right. Like that style of training didn't work for Kota wasn't a confidence thing there with Kota. It's like he went to a coach with different style. He went to Freddy, who had a more offensive oriented style, and they clicked. To me, that was as much about strategy. When a guy beats you down when a guy beats you down like Antonio margarito did, and even in a second fight, he was getting hurt a lot towards the end. Thank God his eye socket was broken by Pacquiao already. It's hard to have the confidence. It's hard to have that same confidence when Manny Pacquiao knocks you out like that. It's hard to have that confidence. So you know what he did. He went and got tattoos. He tried to change his mindset. He tried to get that confidence back. So yes, it might have been a bad style, but it's really about even if you have a bad style, there are fighters in there who has bad styles, but they feel like they can never lose. And they're going to give it their all. And if the style ain't working, they'll switch and that takes confidence. Yeah, I just feel like there's a lot of cooks in the kitchen right now going into this fight. And is AJ going to be singularly focused when he gets back in the corner between rounds when he's hearing different advice? Is he going to be comfortable? Applying that advice in the ring and again, if he was going up against a significantly lesser opponent, I wouldn't have a problem with it, but he's going up against a great. He's going up against a guy that is legit. Hey, mister Chris, let me add something really quick in regards to different trainers. Look, Bill haney brought up a great point. The fact that his entire career, Devin has worked with so many different trainings and that made him confident that he took a piece of everybody and he's going to have something special that most fighters don't. So maybe the fact that AJ has been with a few guys that might make him better. I mean, yes, it could, if there's a flip side to that. But what I'm saying is let's be optimistic here. I mean, something about Robert to Barack's point is probably making him feel more confident, which is why he went with him and maybe that's a look, gumbo is one of my favorite dishes and as all type of ingredients in there. So maybe all of these ingredients might turn into something good. You know what though? You know what Barack, you know what? One of the things about Robert Garcia, if I'm AJ, go to Robert's gym. Like, what are you doing staying in the UK? Like, go to Oxnard and train there..
"margarito" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"I came to astrology as a skeptic. Also astrology came in my life where i had definitely lost faith in the church having been a minister and what i can say related to. How lilius spelled out things is. There's a way in which i've been in dynamic with a jupiter in pisces Various different jupiter in pisces does away on the planet jupiter in his detriment. I think this is true for jupiter also. Jupiter virgo is a particular scripture. That comes to mind that comes from genesis that might mean illustrate what he's saying here. This snake in the garden eden says to eve year has got said right which is more so like yeah got said this but is it this right. There's a way in which you want to get into the nuances of interpretation like is this true. So when i i have found is that some measure of my pursuit relationship with jupiter related to even some of these themes at lily talks about is that true. How do you know it's true. Now i think the folly is if if you just on the level of just questioning or not being sincerely invested or interested. Dan can become Hypocritical or just you know kind of superficial in not really kind of finding more the depth in it but if you are willing to open your heart some of the things that are also related to jupiter. Think in as well as kind of going toward an open mind. I think then that detriment can learn a much more honest and maybe even more in depth way in which to procreate -tarian themes right. I like your reason or truth. And that's a good jupiter signification of course indication as the truth and People with a prominent jupiter seem to be those who searched for the truth in all manners of being but sometimes focusing on one particular area where they try to find achieved truth and then. It's interesting that that leads to some of the other side. Signification like judges who were literally people who Decide what's true. And what's not and apply like the law in ideally at least in a in a way right. Yeah yeah i think Going along with what you said or even intimated initially you know i also was a zealot right and was one of those people you would have hated. Probably high schools dino. Jesus as your personal savior right right. You know it's kind of thing and pass out tracks so there's that particular person who becomes so beholden to a certain since the truth and maybe that's even you know turn stiff and maintaining false tenants in religion. Yeah you become sole beholden to a certain rigid sensibility of it. That you lost the spirit of law and dismore the letter of the law. Or there's like an italian saying another astrologer margarito fiorello told me once is the passion of the convert like there's nobody has more passionate than the person that recently converted to some new religion. 'cause it's like somebody that grew up in or has been around it for a long time. It's sort of like they've may be had time to mellow out a little bit. And he's on the positive side of the negative sides but the recent convert the new convert is somebody who is just like you know had sat on on spreading that and that this is the truth and that everybody should take part in that. Everyone should know the truth and wants to share that with everyone correct. Yeah that's i think an inet you know when we study more some of the classical astrologers thoughts you know they're in thinkers in how they think about things and lily is definitely long that there's definitely a way in which they may frame things in very speaking of rigid very key term so like if you have like jupiter and gemini virgo and go like wait. Am i all these things you know you know and if you internalize that you kind of go like well yeah. I'm not really. I'm scott mathematical in abasing myself. No companies and. I still don't know what he means. By crouching stooping we're known excessively not sure what that means either a buddy i mean. He does say when unfortunate. Let's say it's not just not just signed placement but also like sacked lake jury. Jupiter is going to be more beneficial in day chart. It's gonna be a little bit more restrained in. Its beneficent in a night chart our in house. It's in if it's in the six towel sir. Yeah if it's in the six three through twelfth that's going to be more challenging position for jupiter potentially it's fair Versus one of the good houses like the eleven th or the fifth or even in terms of what really would consider fortunate or unfortunate is bonafide or maltreated by other benefits. Malefic like does it have a hard opposition from like like mars in a day charter saturn and a nightshirt for example which could indicate a more challenging jupiter placement verses does have a nice like train and from venus and a night chart or something like that. Yeah that's fair so okay. So this is lily. Why don't we keep moving forward. You want two hundred years nearly a hundred years into the future. Yeah we're gonna we're gonna jump forward from sixteen forty seven to nineteen forty. The german author reinhold epson who wrote the combination of stellar influences which is very short and concise but it ended up being very influential on later later. English authors like rob hand and return and others so i thought he'd be good school of astrology. I mean in terms of the cosmo biological school or iranian or now it is to call symmetrical astrology right all right. So principal harmony law religion psychological psychological correspondence correspondence. The urge to expand or extend enlargement ownership or possession satisfaction harmony justice constructive inclinations optimism. A social sense moral and religious aspirations. The faculty survey the whole disharmony injustice quarrelsome quarrelsome. Nece antisocial conduct amoral behavior. Immorality the craving for pleasure greed materialistic attitude toward life so those are the negatives those are the negatives yeah split into positive ohka biological correspondent. Steve oregon the blood. The functions of nutrition corpulence the liver the gall the chromatic years social logical correspondence officials civil servants judiciary ecclesiastical and bank representatives wealthy person's people religious and moral character standing fortune-hunters nights. Okay so one of the things..
"margarito" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"On that. That kind of i guess was as expected. I did think it would go. Three but in the end mcgrath was a bit more consistent. Came came through six to in that third set. Which is mugabe of this is by fall like slabs. I need the second time. She thought she reached the stage on Former refiners loss jas finally say base of launches funnest now now out in the round and think we agree that it was just that little bit more consistent less unforced errors as rinker kind of one of the boys especially at the end of the match and i dated. How far mcgrath is gonna go. But she's managed to impress in what she done safe for for me. Yeah yeah definitely think it was a it was a difficult victory Both players have their own fan basis and support and it was quite see-saw As in coop disappointed it just feels like every time she goes to a grand slam. She gives a good account with a south before. Losing in a three-set battle with someone. I was fronted said to four at rebutted. When she lost to serena cassirer and this was a. I think it was a similar scoreline. Say yeah bit disappointing. I think fazrin copa. Suddenly margarito will be confident. I think going forward given the given the draw. She's had not been. It's been an easy one absolutely. And let's look also at the other side of clay smash that we had. Which was how against elena rebecca and that was that was that had an epic for try bring it was I think thirteen eleven. An hallett in that first set tiebreak. I think it was round like twenty minutes. Just about to break elaine. And then yeah hallett one through in the end six three in the third set so that was an obsolete like fantastic victory. I think they match when they played last in the finals. All say right epic so we were expected to get and it did kind of live up. Live up to that. But i mean unfortunately since then joe has played lena and loss in straight-sets. So you know this was a fantastic match. But i think perhaps like the length of this march What account of her. She's still struggling with some sort of issue with her legs. So y- fan as fantastic as the third round match with rebecca was effing sicilian stay was bit more consistent and Help set a good run. Hareb i again with alec dayton. If she's gonna need time off the fall trying to come back for longer onto the tool so we may not see her the rest the air depending on how conservative she wants to play. It will be interesting to see because we don't really know what's happening with the wto toll finals at the moment. I think solve expecting it to get to go ahead. But we're not quite sure where it's going to be in indian wells Coming up i think the of november. So there's certainly some few big tournaments coming up. And i think that will want to make sure she is. Is there for the w j two finals. She's such a likable personality. On the tour and i think particularly the wj side we need big personalities. And i think she suddenly one of them. I mean philippa just just talking on not just so of cheated on route three. Catch up a gag around thule. I mean that was very impressive from her to come three six three six three. I think she's paying very very well known. I would not be surprised if we see her. She's not dropped to sat yet through to the quarter-finals. I would not be surprised if we see her reach her. I slam final. Because of the way she's painting the moment she's had to pay up and down season a few ma- sort of results but she's really bringing it together at the loving the use of the word mac like she did win. Chicago said she's coming in oversee with bronze-medal from the olympics chicago champion and they've taught matches her up in the past and i was a bit surprised that this was just straight sets but i know being selena very consistent. She does seem like a good candidate for a maiden signed vinyl but actually kaba may have something to say about that. He i mean cub came through against stevens in that fed. Round on friday with this was another really really good good battle. Cup came from a set down. Five seven six thousand six three so both former champions at this tournament but cupboard is getting one of these as a bit like critique of. He's had a fantastic. Last months has lost a couple of matches. I think curb both of her matches. She's lost balti- same kind of thing as as critique be lighted the bounties now out but curb Yeah she she's got fernandez necks. But i think cabot may have something to say about switching to and copa was. Yeah really really impressive. Like a change in for like the law set of that much. Stevens had a break point out of three. Two dot dot third-set Copa managed to hold. And then i think one every game off to that. I thought that was such a strong finish to the match and winning. When push came to shove kabul was so a unplayable at times we will had more straightforward victories for salamanca. Who is able to get it done in two sets against danielle collins that might be close to the naturally was but sabbah looking good as the second seed. We was had to lease mertens. Mrs mrs mrs consistent at grad slabs defeated owns ripple in straits an as as kim set critique uva defeated lucky loser rocky mover in. Sachs's well so we've got off the phone players still still bad despite a few despite a few upsets So yeah it will be. It will be fascinating. I mean i've just going at stevens cub match. I think stevens will be bit disappointed. Because i get going into that much. The head to head was was five one to stevens. And there's obviously something about curb has gained. The stevens likes to play against but for some reason it just wasn't just didn't what for her. What her in the match. So i think there's more that think see saying good. Give a good account of herself given again. She's had a a pretty night. Majer or i think probably one of the hardest draws on the the women's play steven's can just get ranking up again so that she seated and not having these not metro was then. I think we've seen enough from have recently suggests that she couldn't be battling at the deep end of slams again with with her performances. And i know that was. That was a high profile match and i think she sheds something on social media kind of like the day off to about all of the abuse and the hate that she was getting for having lost that much. I mean that was just awful to say it's just like get Beggars belief really. What people in the public a going going through the sort of awful abuse that they are just three and i. It's just yeah. But i thought she was say pointing that out in the light of of her loss and hopefully she's a right because it's nice to have all of that criticism totally unjustified criticism thrown not ye but let's let's take a quick break now joe To join us everyone in the second half. We'll be looking back at the results from yesterday. Day six So do not go.
"margarito" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"For proverbial dead in the ring over there at mgm. Grand garden arena. People thought his career was over in december. Two thousand twelve and here. He is in august. Twenty twenty one still one of the top five or six pound for pound fighters in the sport. You could argue. I mean look. They thought he was done. After the jeff horn fight which was in two thousand seventeen and he came back strong. And you know good opponents in in matisse and boehner thurman i mean and you mentioned some of the knock down drag eyebrows. I mean i mean. Had you mentioned it was a great knock. I wasn't abroad but look at the ones that we didn't mention four fights with mark as every one of them abroad. All right Three fights against eric rows the first two of which were absolutely hellacious battles one of which he lost and and rising up the scale from one hundred twenty two when he arrived in america twenty years ago and one is twenty title right here at the mgm grand all the way up to fighting a monster opponent antonio margarito granted the catchweight one fifty for that title. He won the won fifty four belt. Manny only one forty four for that fight yep so he is. I've said he's not just a great fighter of this time. He's a greater fighter of all time. One of the best you know. I made the joke that there are few like him in one hundred fifty plus years that men have put padded gloves padded gloves on their hands and fought in boxing. He's on that level and by the way the fact that he's fighting a guy like googlers had agreed to fight spence fatherm and he's not just fighting like the next generation of guys that he's fighting he's like two generations past. He's of the morale aspera marquez. Prime that's almost twenty years ago. I last question for you guys. This fight has been built by some ask potentially many last fight. Not necessarily because he is looking shot but because he has grander aspirations he intends lacey says to run for president of the philippines that election in the spring of two thousand. Twenty two if you run for office chances are you can't spend your weeks in los angeles training at wildcard boxing club. If you win the presidency you are probably not going to be a professional boxer. So kief do you think we're seeing the last fight of manny pack yesteryear. I don't think this will be the last fighter. Many pack career be one. Because i think he's going to win tomorrow night and two because as incredible i mean unfathomable of a story that it could be that a professional boxer could become the president of any nation. No matter how big or small. I don't think that he will become the next president of the philippines now he might run which might political reporter in the philippines. Are you rape bartholomew which. Which which might take him away from the sport for an extended period of time but look. I'm no political expert certainly in filipino. Politics but i. I don't think he will become the president as incredible as it would be and i think if he wins in style tomorrow night as i expect him to do that he will fight again at some point in twenty twenty two dan. You a great i. I sort of agree in that sense. But my scenario. I have looked i was talking to nick. Janko who's filipino reported. That has covered manny's entire knows and well. I was sort of getting his viewpoint as it as it stands of sort of the public perception in the philippines. This sort of see if i was onto something. My perspective was an e. Kind of agreement says yeah. I could definitely see that happening. Any wins on on saturday. Night against goss. Soon after as he said to us on wednesday he's going to announce his decision of whether he's gonna run in september. Most people think he'll say he's gonna run. He'll run for the presidency like. He'd said he won't win. The elections in may and he'll decide to come back. Maybe we'll see him in the ring around next summer around a year after this fight which is not an unusual length of time out of the ring and maybe spencer healed up and confide again. Maybe crawford is available. Those are the fights. He said he wanted. And we do see ultimately impact back in the boxing ring one other thing prize fighting particularly at manny. Pack house level pays much much better than even the most corrupt politics i would. I would probably agree with that. But the headline night took away as i decorate fuel. Paseo can't win. that's what i hope. The aggregate is certainly the fight against keith. Ida dan review. Thanks for joining me up. Here guys make sure you follow the volume sports on twitter and instagram at the volume sports and for the people in the crowd. When you come back calling cowart.
"margarito" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Knockout or something. Yeah they say he's twenty two and four with twenty two knockouts into draws. They say he beaten to he. Beat her a shutdown Curtin the last time. But i'm just saying when you have a fighter with power. He could throw a punch without intent and landed in maybe hurt. Let's play your game. Let's play your game has. Has he ever faced another mexican. 'cause i mean the mexican style is the mexican style and if you've never faced it is difficult to handle do we. Do we know him to have been in the ring with another mexican monteiro. No charlie charlie. Giancarlo are not that. I can go send annual. I wouldn't say he's definitely not. He's not mexico. I don't not at all but that is montiel style like us alito margarito. Know what. I've seen what you see the thing with the fight with james kirtley and if it happened to quick but i mean he showed again. He was james kirkland but he showed good timing He so good counterpunch from the mid range He showed that he could distance enough to to create that optical illusion to invite you to come in make you miss in counterpunch. What i saw. I liked but again realistically speaking. He was against james. Kirkland yeah no. That's a good point. You know he did fight a orlando laura and that was kind of earlier in his career like that was like i remember there was like one of the fights with like passing over the hump of you know prospect type fights And laura was a guy who had some decent pop you know. He was a guy who embodied that mexican style for sure. So you know he's a guy you can throw in there. I wouldn't say he's got the moncia power but He was very difficult to fight yet. He could be awkward. He could be frustrating. He wasn't afraid to make it ugly. And i gotta be real with you. I think charlton was super underestimating. Montiel which that's that's that's okay because you it's hard not to in his yes. I think that's what you tell yourself. No no i The the the way charlie was just i think charles is underestimated rightfully. So you know what i mean right rightfully so but it was like man. I've seen many good fighters lose to people. They should have never lost for the simple fact that they just super underestimated them. Sure absolutely right you know. They should have never lost to the montreal. Already lose to mongia. I think so. Yeah i think so. I can't believe he's saying his his dude who got like four losses. Got a chance for losses. Two draws got a chance charl- no way. Who's now you putting words maha. That's not what i see. That's not what i said. I said there's always a chance. You said he is going gonna be interesting. This should be. I don't know why you don't think. I mean i would like to see what happens if he's able to connect solid about this too. It's like i think the one thing. This is not taken into consideration. It's your germ. you're charles right. You're in a situation. Where lows right at arm's reach triple geez at arm's reach like you have so much to lose and and not a whole lot to gain. And if you're monte you have everything to gain and almost nothing to lose you your charl. Not only do it. You can't just win. You have to go out there and you have a definitive statement to have people give you any sort of credit. And that's a lot of pressure. He's got a destroy montiel. Take he can't take monte to distance he can't have a fight he got to go in there and just destroyed montiel. That's not tell what i'm gonna tell you. Why right That's what we said about haney. We sat out early. But but you're right. No because when i seen him outclass lee not is like no one ever has in their entire life. I said shit. He need a but nest. But ness look. And i. And i when i when i had a debate with bill i told him this face look. Nobody's complaining about the boston skills of the young devon haney when you talk evan haney cain nobody now this kid has some real skills through the thing would haney. Is this way. They speaking the way they sell them themselves does not go hand in hand. What people seeing the ring people want. Look when pretty boy. When pretty was hanes h how many people he knocked out. How many things had has he already. Had you already done in boxing and so when people see haney going against a ranked thirty five gamble very chinni from my town down the block you know when when they see him going the distance with chimney gumbo class gumbo. That's not what we're denied. No ken nobody denied the skills this kid. But it's like my goodness. Boxing is not just so much but the sweet science some blood in that but listen we write. Compare him to mayweather in. May whether went. Twenty four rounds. Markle's may donna mid con dropped. His ass at what age at what was floyd dome. Ow what it matters for. He was in his mom. Okay those were his best. Use went went through. Lloyd when freud was heinous age compare me. That's that's that's the compensation. I was making when floyd was heinous age compared to what haney has done right. And it's not a punter. He's not a pundit if that's what i wanna say that he's not a bunch of that's fine but what all i'm trying to say. Is that going into the fight. I thought he had to knock out leonidas but then watching him do mayweather. I'm like you know. I guess you don't got to knock him out if you're gonna whoop his ass. That back years from the problem is that the majority of boxing fans don't see it your way. Listen edgar belong. One every single round on the judge's scorecard except for one and yet twitter shit on him just because he didn't knock the dude on the first round. That's ridiculous ridiculous that they held him to the standard that is just impossible to consistently live up to so. It's not that you know. Jamal has to knock this guy out to prove that. He's a great fighter to prove that he belongs in the rain with the canola yes to knock them out and make make a statement because everybody else in boxing the kind of fans they don't look at the sport they look at the way roberts just city they want knockout. It is a sweet science but paychecks are delivered in deform of knockouts like home runs. Add to your check knockouts at your and not only that i am also saying it from the standpoint of like you gotta show this guy never even belonged in there which yes you know what i mean like okay. I got him out the way. Who's next you know what i mean because think about it. Say the montville hangs in there. To the twelve rounds. Do you think we're gonna have some positive. Even if he gets completely outclassed. Right yeah is good. He won class montiel but the people that buy the tickets. He went to this montiel. What the hell am i looking at. But if he goes in and just completely destroys his guy it's like it's like an incentive for me as a fantasy day. I'm ready see this kid for the next one. You know what i mean. I'm ready to buy that next. Pay per view so and they're doing that with devante to exactly end. So whenever whenever i whenever i say these things man. I'm speaking from a fan perspective and also from the things that you here in our own shows. You know what i mean. People see knockouts. People wanna see knockouts man. I'm just not buying the whole. He is overlooking on sale. He's looking at this like listen. I'll made me a main event. I'm not a co main event. When my brother this is me on my own. He gave me my own holiday. He turned.
"margarito" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand
"And Have an amazing day. Thank you good. Thanks for listening. Chalet on what's coming up on your program later on today from ten to noon new time we'll back to the old time news time ten to noon On this radio station. Three point five. Fm megahertz photo shoot just to announce it too as a whole photo. Well yeah it was a photo. Shoot on friday prior but a utilize the photo girls. Always you always gotta have photo shoot photo. It's ready for any occasion for easter. She's ready to go for next easter buddy holly eggs or fourth of july covered already. Yeah sparklers mistake shoot was controversial. But i can't see a god. I miss that. I missed the call that it would post a picture like harley davidson outfit and then write some inspirational quote underneath about how you know you you could like. You could do anything to stop here. Don't you worry streets have been looking for you. Yeah i run the streets. But you know i'll boy later on on your show about to say mrs lalla tickets at ten thirty and i have so many other prizes two hundred dollars gift card to Pride in the park passes lots of stuff. Okay good A little bit later on chile have a great day. Good weekend okay. Okay okay utah. Right right Ten showbiz shelly. Good news stories. And the friday throwback dance party both turned it live in the winter studios in america's greatest city of chicago. What else three five she's. Fm radio station. It's the fred show. Stop the slick man. Look at all friday. Morning friday throwback dash parties coming up. We got the slick back. I'm surprised you left. Any there was a lot more than this though. Several aces have left in the freezer. Either midway tennis matches where it is. Random weekly edits. I i knew that somehow. I'm surprised that you did invent avocado toast. 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"The Billboard Music Awards on ABC turned into a family affair. Man won the Icon award and wowed with her eight year old daughter, Willow and a gravity defying aerial performance. Drake picked up top streaming prize, hoisting his three year old son, a domicile in his arms. Young rapper pop smoke killed during a home invasion robbery 15 prizes posthumously his mother accepted. He did this so that 14 year olds would not have To kill to prove they are somebody after being shut out of the Grammys. The weekend swept the billboards with 10 awards and promise the red jacket and battered face. Prosthetics are gone after hours are done, and the dawn is coming morning while in one top country honors despite being banned from attending after he was caught using a racial slur. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News That's the CBS World News Round Up. I'm Steve Kay. Thin CBS News now from the Cairo Radio New Center at My Northwest, Calm a weekend shooting in Si Tak leaves a one year old in critical condition. Cairo seven TVs Michelle Millman with the latest Doing the same work that something In county deputies say the search is over for a man accused of shooting his one year old son in sea attack. The boy is in critical condition. His grandma was also wounded. Yesterday. Deputies say they got a call from a man saying he wanted to turn himself in. But when they arrived, they say he had shot himself. At this point. They have not idea the man is the gunman. They were looking for 130 yard waste and recycle drivers who work for Republic services voted to strike on Saturday. The main issues in the negotiation is the pay disparity between the garbage haulers and recycling yard waste drivers. Margarito Gonzalez told Cairo seven TV that he's worked in the solid waste industry for 45 years. We're doing the same work that some of my brothers on the other union is doing. We're doing the same work that some of my brothers and sisters Are doing on the other company and all we're doing this asking for the same Teamsters local 117 says the 70 to 90 sanitation workers die on the job nearly as the solid waste industry ranks is the fifth most dangerous job in the U. S. With the pandemic, forcing everyone outside and the weather getting better. The state is seeing record numbers of people on boats and paddleboards Kyra radios, Nicole Jennings has some words of advice. If you go out on the water, it's important to remember some basic tips so that your fun doesn't turn overboard. Almost 80% of all fatalities. All victims in recreational boating accidents are not wearing life us. Rob's send back with the Washington.
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"Listening to forum. I mean, it came. We're talking about processing the loss of loved ones to cope in 19 and taking stock of the long term impact. Before the show. I was able to speak with Assembly member James Ramos, the first member of a California native American tribe to serve in the state Legislature. He lives on the Sandman while reservation in San Bernadino County. And something been. Ramos lost a long time friend of the coronavirus Chairman Marshall McKay, whom he described as a giant. I asked him why Chairman Marshall Okay, back when We first started ended gaming first. Bingo was AH, leader that led the first. Then California, Nevada Indian Gaming Association. And we all grew together assed far as the rights to gaming and economic prosper. It was always ah vision to use that avenue. Open up into address the issues that play California Indian communities in general. And it sounds like he was also very much preserver of culture. To some extent, he co founded the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. He did. That's where the Native American Heritage Commission plays. We became The ones that worked to preserve the cultural heritage of the state of California, California's first people and when intern averting discovery of Native American remains were found. It's the Heritage Commission that's notified to make sure that proper reburial takes place. You've described travel elders as memory banks. I mean, it truly is, and that's the impact that that somebody don't see. We lose someone in Indian country that has so much knowledge that When we lose them. It's a piece of our history and a piece of our knowledge that goes with them. And then we try to regain that every time analgesia passes away. There's things that aren't written down things that haven't been recorded things that haven't been taught. And so when we lose that now we lose a whole piece of Of the sovereignty of the thread of the culture, and there's many now that are singing traditional songs and learning culture. But when you look at the impact of Kobe Losing so many Alger's in Indian country, Then you lose actually a voice and knowledge on the trial on the cultures and the customs. That are many times. Hot, Not so much written down. I know that you live on Sandman. Well, reservation, I'm wondering How are people processing these deep cultural losses? And are you concerned about how your community there's grieving? Oh, yeah, I mean, definitely is right. I do live on the same. Align your reservation. Yeah, when you look at the impact of losing someone, especially to this pandemic, and then when you start to look at the underlying conditions of why it's so whites hitting the Indian community so severe Underlying conditions of Of diabetes, high blood pressure, the inadequate health care system for Native American people, not only the state of California but across the nation. You start to see how that comes full circle when you're hit with a pandemic in a virus like cove in 19. I was really struck by the piece you wrote for Native News Online. You wrote that Native American history is the story of one menacing threat after another to our existence as a people. Over. 19 is the latest since the Spanish flu of 1918 killed thousands of Indian people. Little progress has been made to remedy the disadvantages and prejudice that led to so many native deaths. What needs to be done to remedy Those disadvantages and pitch is true. There's been one I guess if you will pandemic after another one with with the beginning right with the Spanish incursion and Enslavement of California people toe, build the missions and still trying to get that true factual story out into the state of California that starts the healing process. Right. So you deal with mental how the health care health care for Indian people. With cold in 19. We're seeing that now with voice and myself being able to sit in the state Legislature as the first California ever elected California Indian ever elected. We're timing in on a lot of the discussion Cova distribution plans. How is that a native American community being part of that vaccine distribution? So just having that voice has started to bringing more awareness and advocacy to make sure that that voice is not being lost or discussing so much here around state of California. That was California Assemblyman James Ramos, still with us is Britney Mahia, reporter for the Los Angeles Times, and Dr Erica Felix, license psychologist, an associate professor of clinical psychology at UC Santa Barbara. Talking about processing the loss of loved ones to Cove in 19 and Dr Felix, You know, can you talk about how to fix whole communities when there's such a concentration of loss within them or potentially major cultural anchors who are lost? I mean, we've heard about community trauma are these Our community is in danger of it when they do experience such a disproportionate level of loss. Yes, for sure. And I think that piece just really highlighted That and Um, Fortunately, communities are resilient, but it just highlighted to me and listening to that piece. Just how much we have to get these stories. What we all only have today and we want to preserve these cultural memories and so Writing down and preserving these stories and taking advantage of that, and then just also finding ways, even in this era of virtual getting together to engage in the cultural norms around mourning and grieving and continuing to do that, and Hopefully when restrictions lift up and we can do things and who knows when that will be because we always keep hearing. Oh, the worst is here yet the worst still comes. I'm not sure when that will be. But doing those cultural rituals of remembrance and collectively coming together that we are in this together and, yeah, Well, a bell rights. Sam Levin's comments really resonated with me. My father, Margarito passed away on December 18th, one of the 400,000, who died because of lack of national leadership on coded. We just had a service for him this past Saturday, it seemed like an eternity before we could mourn. We had a very small memorial mass for him and had to resort to Facebook so that family members who couldn't travel could at least view the ceremony online. So impersonal, But it brought a bit of solace. That is the same way We said goodbye to dad as well through an iPad. I so regret that I couldn't hold his hand in person or do more to protect him while he was alive. He was so careful and was so excited for the vaccine. Let me go to Manisha in Atherton, Hyman Isha! Hello. Hi. What would you like to share? Um, so both my parents got over the last year, and my father who was 86 passed away and you know it was in November 2. And so it's been a few months and most of the time we're all fine. I feel the most for my mother. Who I can't see because she's in India and I hear her deep sorrow and I I want I don't know where to draw the line where We give her the space to grieve but also asked her to move on and think about, you know, life in the future. I don't feel wonderfully equipped to help out with that, and I was just wondering if you have any suggestions. Mm. Militia. Thanks, Dr Felix. Any suggestions for Munish about such a difficult, You know, sort of lying that she's trying to underst figure out Yes. Um, it's gonna be day to day. Obviously, as she knows, um and yeah, like people need a usually at least a year. I've just grieving and so the loss is still relatively recent and so and she's going to go through these different stages of it, or in whatever order. She does a different moments. But, you know, I think it's fair to just let her be where she is in the first year..
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"I'm not sure when that will be But doing those cultural rituals of remembrance and collectively coming together that we are in this together and Yeah, well, a bell rights Sam Levin's comments really resonated with me. My father, Margarito passed away on December 18th, one of the 400,000, who died because of lack of national leadership on Cove ID. We just had a service for him this past Saturday. It seemed like an eternity before we could mourn. We had a very small memorial mass for him and had to resort to Facebook so that family members who couldn't travel could at least view the ceremony online. So impersonal, But it brought a bit of solace. That is the same way We said goodbye to dad as well through an iPad. I so regret that I couldn't hold his hand in person or do more to protect him while he was alive. He was so careful and was so excited for the vaccine. Let me go to Manisha and Atherton Hyman Isha! Hello. Hi. What would you like to share? Um, so both my parents got over the last year and my father who was 86 passed away and you know it was in November to enter. So it's been a few months and most of the time they're all fine. I feel the most for my mother. Who I can't see because she's in India. And I hear her deep sorrow and I I want. I don't know why I had to draw the line where way, give her the space to grieve but also asked her to move on and think about, you know, life in the future. I don't feel wonderfully equipped to help out with that. And I was just wondering if you have any suggestions. Manisha. Thanks, Dr Felix. Any suggestions for Munish about such a difficult? You know, sort of lying that she's trying to unders figure out Yes. Um, it's gonna be day to day. Obviously, as she knows, um and yeah, like people need a usually at least a year. I've just grieving and so the loss is still relatively recent and so and she's going to go through these different stages of it, or in whatever order she does at different moments. Um, but, you know, I think it's fair to just let her be where she is, and the first year Um and then, but also planting seeds of like, okay, let's have a family when let's have a family zoom or a family thing and just keep checking in on her to give her a little hope about like how the family is evolving and being involved in family events, But it's a very difficult balancing act and Just her being there and checking in and expressing her love is just the best thing she could do. So I would think I would continue to encourage her to do that. Many shall I thank you so much for for sharing that and I'm so sorry to hear about your father and With your mom the best right now. We have some more comments coming in from Carl, who writes There is also another kind of loss before death. And even for some who don't die in memory care and dementia wards, the coded lockdowns have meant to complete loss of everything. Patients don't know why families disappeared. We seem to have lost sight of the fact that life is not just avoiding covet. As we gain some control of the pandemic, we need to find a better balance to maintain meaning in life. This listener writes. We had a non coffee death in the family, and we are also unable to mourn. We're producing an online memorial with a video of the scattering of our loved ones. Ashes a short service at Church for burial at sea, some hymns a slide show of her life. And text messages submitted by friends and family will post is a private video and maybe have a reception on zoom. Let me go to Debbie in Milpitas. Hi, Debbie. Debbie. Yeah, E was just calling in. I was listening to your conversations about Greece and I'm a volunteer great facilitator for a local Nonprofit called Kara. Okay, R A. And we provide services for people who are grieving and it's a wonderful organization. I volunteered for 13 years and we provide Group and individual counseling for folks who are grieving the death of a loved one on Yeah. And it's free. It's a service that they provide for the community. Well, I'm glad you're bringing in resource is thanks for sharing that one and Brainy McGee. I don't know if you have any thoughts on resource is as well I know that most of you. The reporting you've done is on the Mexican American community. Are there any specific resource is that you've come across No, I mean this is and I wanted to share this earlier. Actually, it's been so interesting for me. I think doing this reporting and dealing with this on a personal level while hard also, I feel like It's opened me up a little bit more to my sources. I feel like often we don't want to involve ourselves in the story. You know, we don't want to overshare obviously or take away from someone's trauma or someone's grief. But I found often, too, that we're all kind of dealing with the same thing. We're all struggling with the same type of thing. And, you know, even in this story I did about this family in the one bedroom. You know, I was kind of sharing. About my situation. Kind of the resource is I rely on I know that l a county has, you know, had space is providing had space for free, which I've actually, really It's been a huge help for me. I've been trying to do therapy like weekly and You know, these are some of the things I do share because I feel like it is really important to talk about that and address the mental health side of this, you know, And I mean, I haven't I don't know specifically of resource is for the Latino community. Um, I actually I'm interested myself in that. I think my therapist is actually Mexican American, and it's been a huge help to me that she kind of understands my family dynamic. She kind of understands a little bit about. You know, when I talked to her, she gets it and it makes a huge difference for me to have You know, a therapist like her? Yeah. Do you feel like there is enough ability, access or desire to seek mental health resource is? Yeah. I mean, that's the struggle. I I think you know if we don't talk about it enough, even within my own family..
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"Works at another branch of Homeland security. Was quietly freaking out. So he went home. And his wife went around and around trying to think of what it might be. For the life of them, they had no clue. About a week later, the theme the orgy in the Office of Inspector General Wanted to meet with me at the courthouse building. They take us into a room to ages come in, and they read me my rights, So I thought, OK, this criminal And, uh, so are you familiar with this piece of piece of paper and they slide it over to me. From his 18 years as a customs officer. He could tell right away what it was. Mexican birth certificate. I just didn't know whose it was until I actually read it. So I started reading. I see my name doubled over the years and I see my parents things Francis got Margarito and my grand parents names and a bald man you, Helen. Recognizably wouldn't have never seen it. But I know who it that it's mine because it's got my name. My parents names and my grandparents names, but I don't recognize the date of birth. It's a different one from the one I have now. On this birth certificate. Not only was his birthday different, but more importantly, so was his place of birth, a village outside of Matamoros, Mexico. If this thing was real thin role, was not American. Probable was confused. He had his verse certificate from Brownsville, Texas. You've been using it, his whole life didn't make sense, Theeighties INTs explained. Raul had applied for a green card for his brother Asser, part of the application process. They looked into Raoul's own citizenship documents, and in their research, they'd stumbled onto this. This Mexican birth certificate and here they were. Raoul was like, Look, this is not the first time someone scrutinized my citizenship. We'll get to the bottom of it and clear it up. He told the agents. You know what? Let me get my dad in here. Right then, and there, he called his nephew got him to drive his dad over the border. They all met just a few hours later at a Starbucks. Old sat with his father and the two investigators at a table inside No one ordered coffee..
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"To do that walk of shame walk amongst my my fellow officers and without a badge and a gun, and people were just looking at me saying name. What's wrong with strong this? I don't know, man. I don't know. He sat at his desk for a minute, and then he called his wife. She works at another branch of Homeland security. Was quietly freaking out. So he went home. And his wife went around and around trying to think of what it might be. For the life of them, they had no clue. About a week later, the theme the orgy in the Office of Inspector General Wanted to meet with me at the courthouse building. They take us into a room to ages. Come in, and they read me my rights at that. Okay. This criminal And, uh, so are you familiar with this piece of piece of paper and they slide it over to me. From his 18 years as a customs officer. He could tell right away. What it Woz. Mexican birth certificate. I just didn't know whose it was until I actually read it. So I started reading. I see my name. Probability is and I see my parents saying Francisca Margarito And my grandparents names today. Well, mannitol, Helen Recommended they wouldn't have never seen it. But I know who it that it's mine because it's got my name, my parents names and my grandparents things, but I don't recognize the date of birth. It's a different one from the one I have now on this birth certificate. Not only was his birthday different, but more importantly, So was this place of birth of village outside of Matamoros, Mexico. If this thing was real When Raul was not American.
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