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‘Ted’ TV Series From Seth MacFarlane Based on Movie Ordered by Peacock
"And finally, a live action series adaptation of the movie Ted has been ordered straight to series at Peacock. Seth Macfarlane is currently in negotiations to reprise the voice role of Ted. A foul mouth pot smoking teddy bear brought to life by the magic of a little boy's wish. The first Ted movie was a big old hit back in 2012. I never understand. Had a
A highlight from Episode 49; Disrespecting Bread?
"Pretty pumped about this week's episode. The old man's podcast. I'm going to have a tip for you on things that need to be cleaned around our houses but we probably don't clean them on. My mind is great inventions in using the phrase. It's the greatest thing sense fill in the blank. The dope build them with sliced bread. I've got a problem with that. I tell you all about it. Teddy roosevelt as a quote. That i want to go over with you on a pep talk out of the leaving ourselves and blue laws. Do you remember blue laws. Do you know what that means youngsters are gonna find this odd and you youngsters didn't know what blue laws mean. I think you're gonna be feeling the stout all this coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast
Bidens Antitrust Brain Trust
"Joe biden has started filling up his administration with some big tech big critics and it raises questions. About what exactly biden is going to do in his white house when it comes to silicon valley because jason doray has been reporting on this. Hey jason teddy so over. The last week or so biden is moving to nominate two people who send a pretty surprising and big signal about where he is on silicon valley issues. Tell me about these. Two people who appear to be getting jobs in the biden administration. Sure so the first one is tim. Wu who is going to be in adviser to the president on the national economic council and he is advising on technology and competition. Okay so tim wu when the other person and the other person is lena khan who liked him. Also professor at columbia university and i'd reported in january. She was a front runner to get an ftc. Commissioner role and in the last week a bunch of outlets have stated that she fact will be nominated by president biden to fill one of the five ftc. Commissioner roles okay so so why should people care about these people getting these roles. These are two super prominent critics of the tech industry right. That's correct so in short. Both of these people have argued in different forms at different times extensively that big tech companies abused their monopoly. Power and need to be reined in tim wu. Let's start with him so he's a professor at columbia. What is his position. Contact policies specifically. I mean it sounds like his job is focused narrowly on this issue. Yes so one of the main roles he'll play in. This job is advising on tech policy and competition and his view is essentially been that google facebook amazon apple are too powerful and the government needs to do something about it.
Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 08
"Now to god. The i know that you are extremely enthusiastic about Terrence marshall going to the panthers. Twenty seven th pick of the second round just a few picks after escorts from lsu tears marshall to the panthers. What are your thoughts on this cal. I'll pick it a fantastic lang spot. you know. I think i was super high on marshall. Probably highest of just about anybody in the industry All all college season. And all you know predrag and my my enthusiasm is not where one bit. I love the landing spot where some people might be turned off on it You know I know that he is not maybe going to be immediately. Be the number. One with robby anderson and with dj more there. But i think he's going to have a clear role from day one because if you look at his body type and how profiles ios not just a big bodied receiver he also is a a burner to i mean he is true burner and You know high jump. High catch radius any any provides the wide receivers did not do as your which was give a teddy bridgewater. Now is going to be darnold. But they didn't have anybody to score in the red zone. You know everything. They they scored was from like you know deeper out or the the running backs the mike davis or you know. But they really didn't have anybody in the red zone that they could produce. So i think marshall steps in right away and could be. I bet he has a real legitimate chance at leading all rookies in in receiving touchdowns ex year. So you know it's somebody that i like. As far as a talent. I think he can easier to age. Well in that offense because He is going back with his former college coach. Now the head coach of the of the panthers. So i think that this guy drafted him whereas he might have fallen a little bit in. Nfl draft because there was a little bit uncertainty right before the draft about some of his medical history. I don't think coach takes them at high if he has any type about about the about his foot injury so i think that this is going to be the guy that's going to be all help you. Now you're gonna have some flashes. He's going to be probably inconsistent. Probably a lot like a like. I kind of value him a lot. Like the where i had claypool asher whereas i kind of knew that there was going to be a lot of competition for targets but i knew that there was gonna be a lot of upset especially if somebody gets hurt And i just think that there's gonna be a lotta touchdown and he's a big guy when people start really understanding how much of a freak athlete is. Don't be surprised if this guy is being compared as maybe even number one wide receiver in this class next year. That's that's how upside. i see you know. I do think chases a better prospect but you know they were on the same team and You know even on the team with jefferson and chase He marshall was extremely valuable piece of their natural shape team. I mean he. I think he had like fourteen touchdowns or something you know. And he had costa twenty yard per catch average on the team. I mean he he really is a tremendous player and then when those two guys left last year you know he played over about a. I don't know about six or seven seven games. you opted out. And he averaged one hundred and fifteen dollars. You're talking about more leading devante smith. It was really. I believe tears marshall who bleeding the country in yards per game you know before he opted out and he also was averaging close to two touchdowns a game you know and this same competition is all those. Stc guy so. I just liked body. I can't i hate to sound like a broken record. But i really do like big receivers. It's not the smaller wide. Receivers can't thrive in that bayer wide receivers don't bust. I just think that when you historically look at all the body types of players that are generally over six foot in there like over two hundred pounds to twenty six. I'd say two to twenty is about the average. You know we get the top hand wide receiver fantasy for fancy standpoint every year. That's probably about the average. So i like my guys. That profile big catch raises. So i just feel like they're more consistent with a when when you get that's capable of being a possession receiver getting first downs and touchdowns. I i like their consistency versus having a field stretcher. We might put up forty points in a game lake. You kyle i am. I am feeling good about carrots. Marshall and about what he's gonna do in his nfl career. The only hold back that. I have with taras marshall and again this could be viewed as a positive based on what i'm going to say in a second is so terrorist marshall hops into offense with dj more lobbying said in christian. Mccaffrey already there. So you're already looking at the possibility of being the fourth target there in carolina which i deal and add that to the fact that sam darnold who i think everyone considers at this point to be in the bottom. Half of the starting quarterbacks is throwing the ball to terrence. Marshall this is this is clearly not ideal so short term. There are some concerns. I do think like you that he's going to be great in the red zone. Short term era. You're gotta be thinking while sam. Donna already has connected to robinson clearly. The carolina organization views. Dj moore's or number receiver cj. Metcalf a christian mccaffrey a year a year ago. He broke the record for the most receptions for running back in a single season ever. She has to view him almost as a receiver. At this point with the matt of receptions which is insane that he's getting one hundred receptions i think it was a year or two ago so that that's not ideal but dynasty football dicey football so not necessarily great redraft person. In my opinion but dynasty football is about the long game and the long game. I see in the long game i see turns marshall absolutely thriving because we don't know a five we anderson's gonna be in carolina long-term. We don't know what the scenario is going to be with. Sam darnold or with christian mccaffrey. Dj more but we know the is one of the best receivers in this class in. He is talented enough will were at some point career. He will get an opportunity probably sooner rather than later if not this year to really showcase what he can do and he has the talent to be a number one receiver. I love his size. I loved as a big bodied receiver. That's a great fan a red zone. There are a lot of good things about terrence marshall and so what i was saying earlier is the fact that not going to be good in the short term is almost a positive here for you as a dynasty are because now we're seeing him fall to the third fourth fifth round pick of the second round which is lower than it should be gone if anything. This guy should be going at the back half of the first half so now because the term concern that comes with marshall. Now you're gonna be able to go up there and gets terrorist marshall and you're not gonna have to reach from either he's probably just gonna fall right in your laps and you're gonna walk is one of the biggest winners in your dynasty graphs. Because here's a guy that has a potential to be a top five receiver in this
How to Work Around Dark Patterns
"Tell me if this has happened to you. You click on a website or open an app in and asks you. Can we use your data. The yes button. Big and bright. Maybe it's pleasant baby. Blue with a halo of white around. It looks warm and inviting. And then there's the no button. Tiny grey boring sometimes hard to find. Which do you choose. You probably pick yes and much of the digital world is designed this way were given options but absent websites are designed to make one choice more appealing than others. This phenomenon even has a spooky name. It's called dark patterns reconsider more sincere talk about. Hey sarah teddy so sarah once you start looking for these dark patterns in the wild. They are everywhere. Tell me about a few examples of dark patterns that you found in your reporting actually talked about this in a previous episode. But i signed up for walgreens account to get a vaccine And then you know. You're automatically subscribes newsletter. It's pretty hard to find out how. To unsubscribe right. And then it's even harder. To unsubscribe from the account. You've actually call you know. I signed up for gym membership online and Then to cancel it actually had to go to the place in person or send them a certified letter hall a lot of shopping websites. Like have these. You know you go to the website and all of a sudden there's a sale and it ends like really soon and then says only two items left in that sense of urgency. That might convince you to buy something where you wouldn't have otherwise and pretty much anytime you're presented with some kind of privacy option on a website Like those cookie pop ups you know they make like you said the accept button is like super prominent and obvious like the explanation of what you're agreeing to or the option not do it or the process for opting out as revenues. One is much more difficult
Drew Lock on Tuning Out Off-Season Rumors
"Let's start with drew. Lock the incumbent and he was asked to part question right off the top about how the quarterback competition effects his mindset as well as working with peyton manning but drew really thoughtful answers and I wanna you hear the whole thing. the entire press conference where actually. I don't know if i got to ask a question. In fact i didn't and i took exception to but it was remedied. I ask the first question to teddy so here though is drew talking about the mindset of the competition and getting the chance to work with peyton manning this offseason think being in a quarterback competition and then sort of say if you were to say last year not being in one your mindset does change. It'll come into your key. Dorothy quarterback for this team and that's the mindset. That i have right now. I'm excited to be able to be there at this competition in push myself to hold level that Wouldn't have gotten to without this as far as aden as he can be able to give. His time was worth a lot of to my game with more than i think. I'll ever realizing for him dating do that for me in taking the time on his day to be able to do that a. so subtle things where like i am. More is on on film on technique from guy. That's the best for best for a really long. Time was nice having my courtroom dealer with a couple of for you. How were you able to blackout the rumors of the broncos activity. This autism was stafford. Maybe watson maybe rogers maybe fields was that difficult on no or not no. It was not. Because i decided that i was gonna develop a plan in this offseason really long days but it was gonna be worth every single second of
Sorokin, Islanders Beat Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 to Tie Series
"The islanders have even their first round series at two games apiece with a four one win over the penguins the aisles to control when Oliver Wahlstrom Jordan Everly scored twenty four seconds apart early in the third period to make it for nothing Wahlstrom school actually was knocked in a clearing attempt by teddy Bluder Wahlstrom and Ryan Pulock each had a goal and an assist to back Ilya Sorokin who stopped twenty nine shots Sorokin has been in goal for both founders wins every playoff game is usual to have high level considerations are little focus and the original one hundred percent Tristan Jarry made twenty three saves for the penguins who host game five on Monday I'm Dave Ferrie
Would You Ditch Your Doctor for an App?
"Healthcare in the united states has long been a mess for too many people. But the pandemic forced us to rethink medicine. And maybe there are ways we can make it. Easier and a growing number of startups are trying to find ways to make health care more accessible but to those who can't afford it. Their companies like one medical or a carbon health or parsley. They often require a subscription. But with it comes access to things like twenty four seven virtual care or rapid blood testing and all of these. Vc backed companies indeed saw explosive growth during the pandemic recode. adam clark. Estes has been looking into the growth of telemedicine and these app. Based primary care providers over the last year are these tech forward services helping or harming healthcare. Hey adam hi teddy. So let's just level set here before we talk about these new approaches to primary care. Tell me what the problem is that these tech startups are trying to solve the problem. Is there too many patients and not enough primary care doctors to take care of them. Four primary care a lot of patients feel like they're just going to cheat a specific issue. They're not going on a regular basis and so the doctor doesn't have a full picture of their health and when they do have a problem. Primary care doctors often just write a prescription or for you out to a specialist. So folks feel like. They don't know their doctors. Like maybe folks back in the fifties or sixties new their local
Bill Gates Will Never Be the Same
"Bill and melinda gates shocked the world when they announced earlier this month. They're getting a divorce. It left many wondering about the future of their foundation after nearly three decades of marriage bill and melinda gates have filed for divorce ending what some consider one of the most consequential marriages in american history. They've been a power couple for decades their global work carrying the stamp of their union. They fought poverty disease and inequity together as a team with their bill and melinda gates foundation or the divorce bill and melinda gates mentoring many wondering what this means for their massive fortune approaching one hundred fifty billion dollars since then. There's been a steady trickle of scandalous reports about bill gates and they have shattered the carefully crafted public persona that. He's been building for more than twenty years here to explain is teddy slight for hates eddie. Hey so teddy. What's been going on so a few weeks ago. We learned that bill and melinda gates are getting a force that they have irreconcilable differences. And you know it's a sad story that obviously as potentially profound implications for society but it's sort of a paint drama so to speak what's happened. This week is that we are learning more and more seemingly by the day about the circumstances that led to the divorce and is this is evolving to put it bluntly into tabloid ask melodrama involving the likes of mine to you know a boardroom. Investigation into an affair with a microsoft employee. We've known for a couple of weeks. Now that bill melinda gates were getting divorced but the reasons are probably spicier than anyone could have imagined and you know this matters because they'll melinda gates are two of the world's most important figures. So what is the relationship between. Bill gates and jeffrey epstein. Or what was it. So bill gates and jeffrey epstein have been friends or associates. At least for a while. And we've known that that's that's public information. That was reported about a year ago when You know the epstein revelations. I came out bill gates at the time apologized for his friendship with epstein You know his belief that he had somehow legitimized epstein who was already convicted sex offender at the time but we now are learning that there was an impact revelations that melinda gates felt strongly enough that you know bill gates had betrayed his values that she began to seek out Divorce lawyers in twenty nineteen.
The Houseplant Expert by Dr David Hessayon
"So you know. Some kids have a favorite teddy or a comfort blanket that they carry around with them. Well for me as a child with a case of early onset giddiness. Well it was. My copy of the house plan expert. I literally carried it around everywhere. I went even on my first day of school. So mike grandma and wales sentenced to me. I remember in a birthday parcel wrapped. Tim brown paper and for me. Living in singapore and tropical singapore. The house plan expert wasn't just a guy to all the tropical plants that surrounded me both in gardens and even a native rainforest but for me it was a way to make my own. Make believe world so that i could escape into. I guess i saw it as a sort of interactive storybooks magical miniature worlds like planted tanks. And there's this one incredible branch that sets up with ramilia ads all over it. Not only could. I adventure through those. By looking at the pictures. I could actually create them myself. So i was co creating this fantasy land for myself to witness the miracle of life in action and what i read enough about is how dr h has really stripped away the extraneous flowery text in place of clear imagery but really just communicates these really complex ideas in such an effective and inspirational way. It's just as inspirational to me. Two years almost forty than when i was looking at it as a kid under ten to me even today. It's still the best gardening book ever written. And as someone who sometimes found that having the wrong face or the wrong surname compressed. Tricky in the world of florida culture for doctor has say on to be able to have trailed blaze this in the industry half a century ago. Now that's even more impressive to me.
Paddington 2 Breaks a Rotten Tomatoes Record
"I am going to be taking a look at films. That for whatever reasons audiences just either didn't connect with or simply just didn't enjoy them as much as the critics did and there is a lot that separates the opinion of critic and the average moviegoer as the average moviegoer is really just looking for an experience. That is enjoyable and entertaining and on the other hand. A critic is essentially going into a film with a checklist of things to look for and in order for a critic to consider a film good. It really has to satisfy a lot of preconceived notions so as we will see in the next segment. It is very hard for critics to see eye to eye on a film in fact it is pretty much impossible to do. So but one exception to that rule was believe it or not. The film paddington to when that film i came out in theaters in two thousand seven enjoyed the longest period of time where a film on rotten tomatoes had both one hundred from the critics and the audience. Now time that has changed it now has an audience rating score of eighty seven percent which is still incredibly high for rotten tomatoes but probably the most surprising thing about that movie is it still has a one hundred percent rating from critics and for those of you wondering if you have this film confused with something else nope. It's the film about a teddy bear with rain coat and a little red hat. That film is rated higher than the godfather and citizen kane.
Why Aaron Rodgers Should Go to Denver
"Here's the way. I wanna finish this today. Let's put thirty seconds on the clock for everybody and kimberly. I'm going to start with you. You know one of the most common destinations we've heard for. Aaron rodgers is denver. So give me the case. In thirty seconds. Why aaron rodgers should want to be on the denver broncos. Let's go. I don't even need thirty. Three names true locked teddy bridgewater brett rippin that's it. Vn Your chance to get aaron rodgers. You get aaron rodgers because that decent. We've talked about all so long. That defense is set ready to roll. Get that offense together. And look if he wanted to throw in some names of some of the offensive weapons as well. If you give aaron rodgers those guys and then they could become household names right now. Maybe they are not but maybe they could. I like that
Carolina Panthers Trade QB Teddy Bridgewater to Denver Broncos
"The Broncos have made a move for quarterback the day before the NFL draft trading their sixth round pick to Carolina for Teddy Bridgewater? Broncos GM George Payton says in a statement acquiring Teddy Bridgewater as competition experience in a strong veteran presence to our quarterback room. Now, According to Adam Schefter, the Panthers will pay $7 million of Bridgewater's contract in the deal. Schefter adds that the trade does not take Denver out of the running for a quarterback with the ninth round
Panthers Trade Teddy Bridgewater to Broncos .
"In the NFL just today ahead of the draft, the Panthers sending quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to the Broncos in exchange for 1/6 round pick in this year's draft. Carolina owns the eighth selection in the first round. Broncos a pic after that Bears currently sitting 20 their first opening round picks since 2018
iOS 14.5 Lets You Say No to Data Tracking
"Pop ups. We love to hate them. We love to x. Them out ace app but in apple's long awaited update to its i o s operating system which came out this week. There's a new kind of pop up now appearing on iphones and ipads and it's actually one. You might end up appreciating especially if you're concerned about your data or your privacy here to explain is recode. Sarah morrison sarah teddy. So tell me about this pop up. What prompts it and what does it do. So this is a feature called app tracking transparency apt tracking transparency. Okay yes and how you might see it in the wild apps when you open them are supposed to present you with the prompt that asks if you want. Allow the app to track your activity across other apps or not. Okay so those are the two options. What happens if you click allow or not allow so you have two little bit. Get into how this tracking and basically cross app tracking powers like a huge part of the mobile app economy. It's how advertisers data brokers collect all the information about you that they use to then sell ads to you and what they do is they'll sneak trackers into like thousands of different apps and those are all connected to your device so if you have a smart tv remote app like a gas station. Finder app weather app. Menstrual cycle tracker app. Maybe not solvent for you teddy but others. Dating apps game apps shopping apps. Whatever all the stuff you do across all of them will go back to that. One company with the tracker which you can see gives it pre comprehensive profile of you and meanwhile you probably have no idea that this company was getting all that information about you in the first place and so. That's the profile that advertisers target ads to. So if you say do not allow. i don't wanna be trapped cross apps. Your device will not release this unique identifier. Which is what they use the connector activity across all the apps so basically the thing they use to target ads to you to get the profile to target ads to their cutoff from a major source of that information
Corona Reaches Mount Everest
"Everyone wants tips on. I feel like it should be jury service. Everyone will get two weeks two weeks of just like she just around all the countries and sort it all out covid response infrastructure everything. That would be great. Wouldn't it but what she's going to have to go to mount everest if she's going to do that because covid has even reached their region climate under sherpur tested positive for covid nineteen. I mean that doesn't give much hope for if you can't socially distance l. the mount everest. The more crowded pulse of with the headline was bad because it said corona virus reaches mount everest. Which makes it sound like the little virus that good a year bigheaded before but now we have corona virus. The adventure is basically corona and ben. Fogel that is we just don't need it. Corona blogging about the view. What journey it's been onto get on the radio and chat so convincing. Everyone that the sheriff has love it and it's great bounce wells gap here anyway today so why won't often with degrade uncle teddy. I don't think wrote an isa anymore bigheaded than it currently is
Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble
"Dr james naismith is said to heaven. Dented the game of basketball in massachusetts in eighteen. Ninety one the next year not far away in connecticut. Another sport took a big leap forward. When a man named pudge heffelfinger became the first person to officially get paid actual money to play for an american football team. Soon after mr pudge heffelfinger somewhat stardom as the first professional athlete each of these sports grew in popularity on college campuses but while football grew in popularity it also grew violent by the early nineteen hundreds. There were so many gruesome injuries and worse that it was almost banned entirely president. Teddy roosevelt door. All right sir. Theodore roosevelt had to get involved schools. Were canceling their programs. And more importantly mothers would not let their kids play the game. One of these. Nay saying moms was virginia hubble. She pleaded with her son. Edwin powell hubble not to run basically helmet lewis at full speed and to also basically looks heads of other college students. He listened to his mom and when he graduated. He hung up his dinky non protective helmet. This is a good thing because he was carrying around. What would be one of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century and has had. He didn't need to go smashing that incredible brain into the rock hard cranium. Curiously oh mama. Hubble didn't make him stop. Boxing apparently edwin was a really great boxer and he continued his pugilist pursuit through college but when edwin hubble enrolled in school at the university of chicago he was planning to honor his father's wishes and be a lawyer. Lawyering wasn't really what made his heart thing. What did make his heart sing. Or the stars in the sky
What Should the Atlanta Falcons Do With the 4th Pick?
"Talk about another quarterback order player Who people these days. Certainly no. and that's matt ryan about that for a transition Terrific quarterback for very long time. 2016 was his best year was the mvp of the league with the falcons and took that team all the way to the super bowl and then from that point forward it has been sued of a steady decline for the team despite making the postseason in two thousand seventeen. They've won just eighteen games over the last three years and with that regression the falcons might hit the reset button in this draft with ryan being almost thirty six. They have a new head coach. And arthur smith they have the fourth pick. Overall general manager is teri faulk no and he said quote. We wanna stack good quarterbacks. Its prime time to do it. When you have a player like matt ryan because when you can get in the white quarterback you don't have that pressure play them right away so it opens up so many possibilities and we have to make sure we're evaluating those positions and we feel good about what we where we are there a lot of different ways to take that it certainly what i would say if among other things i wanted someone to come and try and trade for my fourth pick in this draft so teddy. I'm giving it to you directly here if you were the falcons right now. Are you looking to bring in players to help matt ryan try and win a championship again or are you looking to draft his eventual replacement. Said like i said about the smokescreen season. There you go right there you make everyone think that you're okay with draft a quarterback in developing under matt ryan. But you gotta take advantage of the quarterback desperation which is in this draft and everyone one maybe sneak up if they're guy falls to four and go ahead and get him because i think they should build and they need to usually head coaches come in. And they'll want to stack pile not quarterbacks but draft picks in terms of building a foundation model for their team so i would say definitely take advantage of the fourth overall pick trade down. Try to see if you can get some building.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"About having it's about having the answers to the questions you have the answers already. You know that you could depend on yourself. You know what it takes you know how important a mental part. I say seventy five percent. I don't know maybe in your business. It's eighty percent but the mental part is so important and part of the mental. Part is knowing what you can do knowing you could depend on yourself. Prepare to make the right choices in a very difficult place. And that's what the sparring for early like. You went through and what we talked about with. Tyson with with all fighters. Yes you do need it early. Yes you need. You need to milk early to make a bold strong for later but you needed early to learn about yourself to understand what it's about to know that you could make the right choices but once you get enough of it to the point where you have those answers where you understand what it takes. You don't need it as much. Yeah not at all earth. I'm gonna start telling people about milk. Yeah i like to see you do a milk commercial. You know because it would be an note mustache here when i get teddy max. We want to be sensitive the time we know you've got a lot of media to do today so we want to welcome you into the fraternity of friends of the fight with teddy atlas. We've had a handful of guys on here. We try to stick with good quality people. We've had a lot of people reach out to be on the show and we try to get the best guys in and out of the ring and obviously you fit the bill. It's been a pleasure talking to you. You're welcome anytime. Thanks so much for the time today. Really appreciate you know it is man. Thank you guys so much teddy can at is. This is a fun one. I love listening to you guys. I listened to the show here. And there whenever i teddy. You guys played the clip. So i got nothing but love for you guys man. You guys know what you're talking about in the way you guys you know. We don't choose random random guys to be on stuff too. I i love honest and truthful and and real good character people and thank you so much. Thank you keep being the champion. You are in and out of the gun. I keep say all right. Thanks max appreciate you..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Boxing hall of fame broadcaster, the Great Teddy. Atlas Teddy doing good can. Would say Yankee Hat. I'd rather be dead. You know straightforward candidate stuff I. I'd rather see a Yankee hat. I mean. You know I mean that is signature of the NY. But Hey. You loyal. What do you think the Red Sox this year? What do you mean I always think they. What's that roster look like would stare that farm team look like what's their acquisitions look like what you know I couldn't tell you one player on the team. Okay. I blindly support the team but yet all right now you have a hat. Okay All right. This is my pandemic haircut hat. No haircut equals hat. or it looks good. It looks great. Thank you. Thank you good to see. You could to see you in today's episode is going to be brought to you by bj fanatics. It's A. Website that hosts Brazilian. Jujitsu training, tutorial videos, and recently they've expanded into boss boxing with none other than Teddy Alice I figured they figure probably if you're going to get into boxing, let's start with the best. Well, thank you. So you recorded recently recorded several hours of content for those guys and how to go want great hopefully they were happy. Hopefully it's you know it's It's the ABC's of learning how to box I mean it's Is Is. Building a house. And putting together the stuff in the basement goal the way up in all it's for me trading. Fight is like putting a jigsaw puzzle together you you start with pieces you create the pieces, you teach the pieces, and then you start putting them together you get the pieces i. and Ed stop putting them together. In, all and. It's about teaching the psychological part too because you don't want the pieces to fall plot, you want the puzzle to stay in place. So you gotta put glue on it. If you want that I mean if you really want the puzzle to stay together. not everybody glues puzzles. But if you wanted to stay you put glue on it and the Glue in my business is mental side. The Meta stability the mental understanding. Of that. You have to the psychological part. To understand what's going on upstairs. When things downstairs are happening you know you're you're. Trying to slip a punch. So you gotta be taught the physical move of it has slip a straight punch and be in position account. You slip back you SUPPO- bank you have position counter the physical move it's got to be taught. The idea behind it, it's gotta be expressed. But The glue. Your have to be able to explain that to simple physical move. That's not complex dozen require an a la. Byan Olympic athlete to perform it. It becomes complex. When you're under pressure suddenly now simple move I remember teaching the Great Twas. Thought. The one of the greatest, ballet? Stars of all time greatest choreographers of all time singing in the rain dancing rain did the choreography had that that old musical? Did so many deaths, Aparicio. I trade to fall comeback. And She was forty four. I believe color back to to do special pieces at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and then she was going to dance with Borussia Coffee version to answer one of the greatest dancers of all time and. She. Asked me. Hired. Me To to try to get. In, shape. And at first I was like, Hey, trend in a ballerina. You. I I'm not doing that. But eventually I. Understood that. You know when they explained to me, this is the Muhammad Ali of Ballet. All right. I'll do it. I completely forgot about this story. I'm glad you brought it up so Here. I am trading on no train like a fighter. And What time she got a black guy and she would like a badger coverage. You know I'm not going out there in. Trying to beat up. Women anything but I mean you know we've got the gloves on them teaching and and I think I hit a glove one Dana Hidden I was teaching a gleason Jim in Manhattan. And a glove head. She got a black guy and I felt bad I was like, Oh we could put some witch Hazel on it. We could do all time remedies. We could put a little this a little she said, what are you kidding me? I doing not though at this I'm going in I'm going into the music school tomorrow with with my badge of either. She wouldn't even put ice on it, and then she got a nickname boom boom fop you know for you know oh Baby. So she was special soon, special a look. She could have all those accomplishments, all the accolades I just throw out. She was a special special and on top of it forty four years old coming back. Special. So. But. She's they're great athletes but when I'm teaching to the slippin the getting away from straight punches, simple move she's she was laughing. So what are you laughing at Twyla? She said I'm a Ballerina, my whole life I do ads in the air in the wind. LIKE THAT'S NOT A. Complicated thing Ted like it's not. It's like come on I really it's like Ritz crackers like it's not that hard I said. All right. No. Problem. She said I mean really come on said you want me to do it in pure at the same time and you're doing? This and doer you know four forty and Dur US split into a know what to all these things. I said, all right. You know I'm kidding around pursues a woman. So she said it's not it's not the. I said I you ready. I said. I said you know on a stage You make a mistake embarrassed. So he understood pressure but you make a mistake you get embarrassed pressure that's multiple pressure in the ring you make a mistake to get smashed in face that's physical pressure. To different pressures. So I said, that's what we're deal with. I said well, we get done with this. You'll be able to handle the pressure on the stage stole like you know. Like eat a FIG Newton. Like it's forget it nothing. So. You have to take the physical component of this move twyla and remove the emotional component. The component that makes you think about getting hit. A thinking about the danger that's involved in a move I know the move simple but once I introduce and that was part of the training. To test to challenge till forger. To improve. To to be able to go into. Other places so I said. Okay But I just want you to know once I introduce. The element of danger. Of a punch involved, that could hit you. And do something to you. All of a sudden, the movie becomes not as simple. She said Teddy Still Sophomore is I. Put the glove on I know what I'm trying to do what do I do? I get together a few times. She's standing she's a lady. You know great lady real tough but there's no way. I. I go over to the war banger banging against a wall. Make a big little lies. People probably say right now you mean some of. It doing this? Tune us to a woman. I, you mean, sadistic son of. But I'm I'm I'm I'm a teacher. I'm trying to accomplish something. So banging the war she knows now. That's what's common. I get I. Get fun of you. Ready Twyla, I remember simple. You know. So all one piece don't leave the head on the side. You gotta take it like this a pipe down the middle all one piece straight of. If. You don't go straight over the punch Messier Teddy, come on. We ready. Okay..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Keep his feet away from the fence and make it happen in the center of the Octagon. If it happens there I think he's GonNa win this. Interesting Tony Ferguson. All Hartman all hard I think his technique in his. Rhythm. And cadence is is off. It's it's unusual. It's unusual timing. His movements are unorthodox. He makes a lot of mistakes, but it is believing himself carries him through a lot of tough situations. And last one D as. A fighter spider. I don't know the guy personally we. Had, you know words over social media before we were supposed to fight for once, but every time he fights I'm going to tune in, and there's something magnetic about his fighting style. That is why he has the fan base, and that he has, but I'll I'd love to. Last last one whole. Hey, value teammates got a big one coming up. He's in tough against US man who spends a minus three hundred and five dollar favorite hoyas PAT plus two forty five. What are your thoughts on the fights? short-notice fights in Abu Dhabi a lot of variables working against Mazda Vidal. But what are your thoughts i? Mean obviously you're pulling for them. Like what should we look for in that one you know? It's a short notice because he wasn't. He didn't have a contract sign, but let me tell you what this guy was there. My whole training camp was my main sparring partner. We probably put in five weeks of sparring together. He flew in wrestlers the best wrestlers in the world. I think they put him up the guys there just for George just for Macedonia us and the guy never stopped training, even when the fight fell through and gave it to burn. It was at the end of my training camp. George was still in the gym everyday like he had a fight avenue if he knew something that we didn't, but the guy was in training camp. The whole time never stopped. I think he's going to surprise a lot of people. What kind of shape he's in? His timing is going to be good because he was in the in my camp the whole time you know. Helping a few guys, not just me. He was helping a few guys. He's in invite shape I know that much. This isn't a guy coming off the couch. This is a guy who was preparing to fight youth. In the fell through and any training. Like I said I don't know if he just had a premonition, but had a feeling, but he was in the gym nonstop, so I'm excited for music, good guy and a pioneer of martial arts so great to see him. Get these opportunity you. You just made that line in Vegas drop. We're GONNA get our bets in before this comes out teddy. Don't say anything. Well, thanks, thanks for introducing US to or hey. By the way we had him on the show, it was a huge hit him and teddy got along famous fabulously. It was awesome to meet him and I can't thank you enough for putting us in contact. My Pleasure Man I knew you guys will get along he's. He's a guy who's finally like this guy has been a you know he's. He's well-spoken. He's fun to watch. There's something about his character. That kind of draws you in and makes you want to see more, and he's been like that for years and years and I'm just so happy to see him finally. Get the push in for for the fan base in the company to finally recognize. The guy's value because man, he's an incredible fighter. Funny Guy, a hard worker. You know it's good. Things are happening to good people for sure, and or does one of those men. Yeah. Well listen I WANNA be sensitive to your time I know you're on vacation. Really appreciate a teddy. You got anything else before. We say goodbye to Dustin Yeah. Just tell you wife and child again your daughter, thank you and sorry for keeping you off the beach. Where you really should be. Head steady with two guys like we can't. We appreciate you appreciate. You are not just fuller doing the ring for. Would you do outside doing so? Thank you. Thank you and thanks for everything you do as. Your legend always have time to think to you guys. Thank you for for the Thank you. Thanks Dustin and I just want to remind everyone. Please check out the good fight group DOT. com, good fight group, dot com, and you can see all the good things that Dustin in his crew down Lafayette of doing for the people down there and Dustin. Thank you very much for doing this. Really appreciate you hope to fans enjoy it. In thanks, everyone for listening. Thank you for the support. Teddy. Thanks for doing what other what other thing one last think goes down you still there. Yeah. Verbs allows punch. All right. Thank you guys. Are, you toss. Cement dust and thanks and that was excellent. Thank you. Off! Name..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"As guys said. Almost kinda belonged to a fraternity. kind of like the Burris or the US's I know you're not out on the battlefield, and I have all the. Guys have respected special special special special blades, and they never out there and there's a good chance. They don't come home. I mean you talk about nobility being noble in Talk About Ana Oh. My I mean come on, you talk about you know giving of yourself. There's no more giving of yourself than to fight for the principles of the country for other people. To keep those principles attack to keep those freedoms attack knowing that you truly all GonNa. Give everything. You're ready to give everything that just sweat and blood but everything. But. When those guys go on a battlefield I really believe that does the next to. The code of honor that they exist with with the meant, let heart is not. One second we lost, Teddy will reconnect here real quick. Hey guys. We're good. I'm sorry. No worries wiring all my technical people. I. It can happen to anybody so. Does the I think part of. What allows those Special Special Lennon women. That sites with things that I just talked about for this country and the freedom of this country. Follow the people. I think it's connected to as I, said a cold a fraternity. The fraternity of to you know whether it's the US sales whether it's the marines for the. Army ranges the the the green berets. Whatever whatever service stone the army! that. They feel responsibility. To live up to that cold. I. think that's part of the power I. that's part of what. They. They exist on. That they attach themselves to. Maybe you could call. Some people say it's my legacy I WANNA be remembered. You know that that's a powerful state. But I believe that it's connected to that. Not letting down. You Fellow Brotherhood that this is what we are. This is how we behave. This is how we live. This is what we do. And I was just wondering if as part of that because you guys are so. Is So Samurai. Warrior oriented that I was thinking about last night when I knew I was going to talk to you and I was thinking about. That mentality has to be part. Of Your of what goes into your behavior that you wanna live up to that coat of to that, you know what that fraternity is all about. Does that make sense? Yeah it makes it makes a lot of sense. and. You know when you. When you get to this point inviting whether it be mixed martial arts boxing once you hit a certain level that you you have to. It's, it's exactly that it's. It's a fraternity I'm representing the M, but I'm also representing the sport I'm representing Combat Sports. And the purity of that. And I and I wear that you know I honor that. All it shows. It shows the has the be in a business where as teacher a for four. Obviously before. Being a fighter when I was young, but when you become a teacher. You, have to explain explain things phenomenon. Behavior. You gotta you gotTa put an attachment of explanation to it. Why does that. Why is a guy that way if you're going to be a good teacher? You know. Why is that guy behaved that way? Why does he make those choices? and. For me. That's why that's part of the why. That that is there that. It's it's you gain straits from beyond yourself. People say and has become does support really how how does a guy to come that tough and I think you draw from? More than yourself. That would we I'm trying to explain that that we that you're. That you draw from the fraternity of people that do this that. Have a cold of honor. And that you don't want the trade that code, so if you feel week, which we all do I know you, too. Sometimes, we all do will Yumin. But, then all of a sudden, you can attach it to something else. You could say I can't be week. I can't be week. Because of a week. I let down all of this. I must be strong. I think in some ways that's where Allie got his straits on. He got his strength from whatever it happens to be, but part of his beliefs was whose religion. I can't I can't let down because then I'll let down. My relationship by religion is a lot bigger than me. I took sometimes guys like. Paki out when you got a whole country Filipinos. That are really relying on you. To show. That? They mad that they exist. A bunch of a lot of poor people that are relying on you. To say that their existence mattis that their life matters that they're important, and they're touching to Mattie. Pack was just which happens. It happens those kind of. I think a guy like Paquito. Grabs Straits from that. Our from that resilience from that. Endurance from that. You're correct and I feel in a certain way when I get in there, you know. On TV is just him in there but I. I have so many people that I'm walking in there with that are depending on on. meet up to pull to those tough positions. Those tough situations because even with the foundation like I know that when I giving there when I get there. I'm using this platform to sell. These fight gets to raise money for cost all those people who noam raising this money or or or back home and I. Want to give them a reason. I'll and I can feel that I can feel the power of gratitude in of what I'm fighting for. When I'm in there. It's me against him, but it's also. Everything with me. In my younger career, it worked against me because I felt like I was fighting everything. It wasn't just my opponent I felt like I, was fighting all the other stuff, but somewhere along the line of black to learn how to block out the bad stuff in the critics. Just bring in the baggage that I need the good baggage. Leave the bad stuff. They weighs you down out it. Bring in the good stuff. The good feelings what makes me feel good, and I bring that into the fight with me I really do. I believe you. Believe you. To your point about the people that are with you, my wife will only watch fights occasionally with May, but that was one that she was pumped up. She would watch. Alex Vase Dick when Teddy and I will with them Philly and she watched that one with the kids and I mean the whole family was going crazy for you. Starting in that third round building to a crescendo in the end, so well done to I wanna be sensitive. Time and I WANNA make sure teddy doesn't have anything, but I wanted to just ask you a couple of quick questions. If you don't mind, then you could just give quick answers. In the Khabib fight, and then again in this hooker fight a couple of times you had the super tight in an arm in Guillotine, and I was like Oh, he might get this and I. think that the announcer started to get into it, but maybe talk about how hard it is to get someone that I get someone in that choke in a fight versus in training because I think in training the. The relax, the feeling is all. That's pretty tight, I. I might hurt my neck, trying to get out of this so I'll tap, but in a fight. Someone's like no I'm not gonNA tap unless I'm out from this. Can you talk about what's going through your mind because it seems so close, but it always seems so hard to really finish it that way. It seems so close, but so far away. I. Finished it all the time in the gym in trading. In practice, but like my Mike Brown told me. Don't jump another team I mean. We gave up -sition. It could be fight that led. Just, eat tells me all the time. Don't do it, but finish him in the gym. I finish them all the time in the gym. Nine hundred ten, I'm probably finishing the gym I have a good guilty, but when in the heat of the moment, but then again we're talking about like Alan Iverson. We're talking about practice at the sport that I would give life to. We're talking about practice and. It's a totally different thing under those lights. It's a totally different thing. These guys. To the to the bitter in. There's blood and sweat. You know it's just less learn I won't do it again. I'm not jumping to guilty. Just going to give you a couple of names of fighters, just quick thoughts just engage he i. think I beat him again I think I set traps him with good shots. Let Him. Do half the work being the wrecking ball and Juggernaut that he is. Let him be that guy and I'll be the matador I can. Do it again as I. Did the first fight, but we'll see. He's finding could be next I. think he has a wrestling credentials to give be a lot of trouble if he can get stick to the game plan and keep us back over the fence..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Open mind learning the want to continue to evolve. That's what keeps you there. That's what keeps. You keeps you the dancing one. Hundred percent. Speaking to some of the intangibles, let's talk about intangibles. Let's let's be quickly about the good fight foundation, and that's another thing that you in Teddy have in common. You guys actually very similar in a lot of ways. Teddy as with the Doctor Atlas Foundation, but I WANNA talk to you about your the good good fight foundation, and what you guys are doing I know you had an event down in Lafayette, but maybe just for people who might not be aware of the foundation. Maybe just a quick overview of how it got started in some of the work. You guys may have been doing. We've. I mean the things we've done. The list goes on and on most recently we. Built Water Wells. In Africa. bought the pygmy tribe forty two acres of land this last fight. We're raising money. We're using this fight. Kid I actually just listening today. The good foundation shared on other social media, and I did as well. We auctioned off my fight one year from every fight to go forward towards a 'cause usually in the local community in Louisiana and. We're going to do a back to school. Dr Everyone's feeling the crunch of the of the ended. In kids should have hot lunches at school and in all the school supplies they need. We're GONNA make sure that the kids in Lafayette Louisiana have that going back to school. So the self of this kid is going to go towards our back to A. Great, thing nice work. For people who are interested, it's the good fight group Dot com you can find all the information there like dust, and said on his social media channels you can find links to the bid and Robin I will be submitting a bid today for those for those gloves and make sure that they go for the right price but that's great work that you're doing attending I. Know You. You can relate to the kind of effort that it takes to Put your money where your mouth is and actually get involved in these types of grassroot foundations. Where you're actually you don't have any overhead. You're on in doing ninety percent of the work yourself. Maybe we'll one or two full time employees, but the rest of it is volunteer or sweat equity from the people involved. To. I mean that's of what I respect. You know from Dawson with. Use another term another. Another word I used the word dependable as a great great great trade. That can get you to places that some people might have more talent than you physical genetic talent. But dependability can get you even past that talent. That's how important and magnificent that trait can't be at is in life and editing. And the word used for Dustin. At what it takes to be the kind of human being that he's talking about. This the word cat. Just cat. It's not much more complicated than that. You can't about something about people about situations. And then you figure out a way to do it so. I just want to. Tell you that my foundations going to send three thousand dollar. Check to you foundation. After we hang up the in. You Know I. Wish it was more but. It'll be used to help towards southern things you just. Thank. You so much man that that's. A, huge donation that's GonNa go far, and and we appreciate it so much nonce. Thank you, thank you so. Given I. Mean I when I started my foundation. One of the most important things once we got started was to know. that. We could identify the the places to get the help, too. That's pretty damn and. You know it's Kinda like I talk about everything being fighting right. It's kind of like having Powell, but if you don't. Have a target the limited so. What good is the power? So what good is the help that I've? Foundation is data give if I don't have the right target to get it to the right place, so you give me that right place so of those places so i. just want to say thank you for that. It really does it does I wanna ask you one of the last states? Being at this business so mental. You do sometimes need to attach yourself to. The something to go through that journey to the dog place that fire. To that suffering. and. I mean you could use a lot of words. You know. Fly. In a hot..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"His patients I. thought that's one of his best weapons of the guy has great patience. Doesn't force things. Put himself in bad positions being overzealous. That's a superpower, but he has patients very simple. Beria overlooked he just patient he likes. These guys make mistakes and capitalize. It might not be in the first round. It might be in the third, but he lets you make mistakes and he stays patient. And? That's what I wanted to do. I wanted to match that with Joe Him I've been in there in the fourth in the fifth round more than him, a more season, and I can be patient when things really uncomfortable. And I knew that there was gonna be a tipping point in the fight where I started to pull away, and when I did that, I didn't think he would be able to catch up and I. think that's what happened every round. That was just shifting into gear that he didn't have. He was maxed out and apple away. Draw a shift. To another year each round and he just did not keep up the speed. Keep up the work. That I agree that. I. Thought You lost the first round I told you will win in the second and then as can said. Got Away from you I thought. I thought. Hulkah- did a little bit of sugar. Ray It what he did on Hagley stalled around. A little bit you know. It's the trickle fighters that are you can still around the judges remember that more than remember the beginning of the route so all the middle. Though I felt a little bit like that actually when I was watching it. And there's a thin line sometimes between being patient of being a slow starter. and. Sometimes. You gotTA balance that. Sometimes. You seem to get started out of the gate a little slow. Is that fact. Specter opinion I think sometimes inside night. Okay, for sure, definitely the headlight. Because I've definitely come out guns blazing too early before as well. It's a fine back. I feel like it's ever evolving. Every fight is different every ah! Yeah! It's a constant balance and I'm trying to find him. Just see that night. Listened to you talk. That everything is mental in his business and in my business, and it just seemed that you might have been thinking about being patient. Ended kind of. Kind of morphed into something else house into. Way? Getting into a slow start that that it. Took you there without meeting to take you there. Because the tattoos, the right intention. To be on the control. Eighty percents to me at least. Seventy five eighty percent of this business that we do. Is Battle. Did, everybody is talk. Matt Man, but I'm going to say, but everyone is talked about the elements or the lack of the element of the fans now with the covent virus. And? For me. I mean you perform? Brilliantly specially down the stretch. And I'm just wondering if. A guy like you. All these gladiators. If. If. It helps in a way. I know most people going to say Teddy. Talking about, but It most people think it's a negative I. Look at it as It could be a positive because it removes the some of the emotional element. Promotional flickinger elements to deal with. You know where. Eighty percent of it is that and now you take the fans out of it. You may get cold a you make you make it quiet. You make it just what it has to Bait. And so as you remove the imagination, because the imagination is, what does all the damaged people in my business is that it makes you start? Taking this could happen. That could happen. There's no ceiling. There's no control but the reality of what can happen. Control it can only be this all this. It can't be more than that. That's the reality of. And the imagination so some of that emotional. Stuff. I feel might be removed with no audience, and it just becomes here we are. Something I've done before something I'd prepared for my whole life. That's all it is. It's nothing else. That makes sense it does and your both. Your head on, if if I can fight the rest of my career with no crowd, I would do it. That's how focused and good I felt. If pure so Michael was walking into a sparring session the gym with my coaches. Of course, the butt of president emotions are there. Fistfights one, but it's a completely different thing. It's a completely different thing from the walkout from the warm up from standing across looking at my opponent felt more pure, it felt like the only guys in there and we were going. GonNa find out who was better right now and I feel like I'm better than these guys, so it was just I felt in my element, if I can fight this way the rest of my career. As flooded of you would say that. I. My instinct told me that that was something that was.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"All the years I've put in before that was going to be washed away if I lost despite a just read everything to critics, saying I listened to everything connor, said in the lead up I read comments vans on on social media I. Just did all this stuff should do. And it took me Miata who I am. and. I feel like you could almost see a version of that. Happen in the hooker fight because. And we could get into some of the details of the fight, but I thought the first and second round that he probably edged that slightly not not overwhelming I, thought the second round was going well, and right at the end of the second round, my God he with like ten punches in a row, and I started filling. Oh, man, but as soon as the bell rang you. Kinda shook your head like. Let's get back in there and get like I really believed like. Oh, he shook that off. Whereas someone else might think. Oh, no, this is going the wrong way and you turn to like the whole fight around in in between the second and third round. Can you talk about a little bit about what you would think? And at the end of that round and what you told yourself to get back to right the ship, because it was a dramatic change of momentum in the third round. A great quarter boxing coach. Davis is very calm. level-headed speaks very well to me very clearly in between rounds. Any, he told me I'm being lazy. Get hit with shots I should beginning with. You know even in those first two rounds I felt pretty good, but he was edging the up. You know he was winning around like you said at the end of the second year with a few shots in hidden with a neat that really hurt me and then when I went, sit back on. I knew I had that long. A lot of fight left. And I also know that the better fighter wins long. The fight goes. And I just knew I was gonNA pull it together. I knew I was gonNA find my rhythm. Find my rage and start landing the shots. We needed to land. My Mobile. Go up into this fight was to match.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"I was I was worried that the thunder was going to destruct. The! Service that we had was funny just a second that he says the. Bank I had a bunch of thunder over yet. But congratulations speaking of Thunder I. Don't think you guys go anywhere without funding I. think that like Followed who guys around? You guys are very special. Congratulations on another special fight. At another special win against a Hulkah-. I. Give it to Canada the kind of get US started. I just want to. Not only Daikin for common. But thanks for teaching us. because. That's what you guys do. Good fight is do. You guys teach us. You teach everybody. Where where you can go? and. It doesn't have to be limited to way you got. That doesn't have to be you know assailant. Way You can perform at a specially obviously at a mental level. Being able to. Just, just being able to. Get to the places that you guys wind up getting yourself still so you're not only give us drama and good feeder something to wise good sport. But you, do you teach us that? You can find. Light in dark places. And you can. Kind of take that journey. I think we can take a with you and imagine how much farther we can go in some of the things that we do so I just WanNa. Tell you that. I appreciate, that means a lot and I'm. Finding out myself as I'm in there what I have given. How far I can go I know I know I can trust myself to push through times. Get Rough, but at the day time I am finding out a lot about myself every time. A dozen. Assist to big back off of that. I know my world. I know the of fight boxing fight. It's all the same as parallel the same world. Gloves at different rules are different. But the goal is The. To Find Out Way To find out to push limits. To to be able to live up to a standard.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"And then like I said I've been already told that he wants to. Say He's. And you know he didn't waste time. He Stereo standing right there and he just said. I WANNA to shake had not always said. I'm sorry. It takes a man to do that. You know because. A. Lot of people said why some people said. Why did you shake his hand, but? You do what you WanNa do and what you call, you can't be perfect. I don't know if it's the right to say, but you WANNA. Make what you think is the right decision. Fabricating that represents. For Yourself. If Family It's not just for you. Because? You know it impacted my family. To speak and So To me, a lot of people ask. Was He sincere? Do you think you sincere was at a? Fair question. Take a TV moment. Was that listen? My answer then was my answer now. I don't know all I know is. You have to trust something for yourself. And make a decision. What I felt was number one. I don't know how sincere was but. I felt that it was. And number two. Of A man is man enough. To come back to you. He doesn't have to when he comes back to you and he says I'm sorry. For what I did. I was. He actually said I'm sorry. I was wrong. And if a man comes back and his man enough at least. That's the way I'm. That's all you can judge it by. You can't go break it down as Save, but did he do it for the at that moment. I believe what he was saying. and. It's it takes up to to do that. Does. It take something to do that on his pot. You know to say that put himself in that position. I just felt because I did I. Did think it 'cause? I think about you know what I'm GonNa do and not whatever. Because, I always was afraid of living with what I do at one of the reasons why I was able to certain things when I didn't want to be in situations where I had to do something face. I didn't want I was scared to death, but I was more scared to death. Of how I would feel the next day. If I. IF I didn't I was scared of that, actually I was petrified of that. Felt like death. Anyway I so I. I thought. He's putting his hand out man enough to put his hand out I. Better I think I should be. Decent enough man enough whatever word? To to make a decision quick and. I accept it or not. And I you know I put my hand out I accepted. He hugged me. and. That's when he said to me. I'm sorry I was rock. At, it felt. I can't tell you all made up what it does. Sort because we were way past that we will hundred million. Pass that by now and all I could tell us. You know. Like some people say somebody dies. You get closure finally. True something whatever you try to get whatever. You go through that whatever? He. He said it. Felt Real. It felt sincere. And I duNNO I. You, could say don me nothing, but it meant something. It's like I appreciate it I've seen Recently I think yesterday on his podcast. He was basically apologizing again. Your name came up and he was saying like. Yeah, he he was wrong. He apologize. He basically said he wouldn't been. He wouldn't be the champion that he was had you not been involved in his career in the early days. Basically like I wouldn't be who I am. If it wasn't for Teddy Alice so I do think upon reflection. He probably realizes that as fifteen sixteen year old kid, he did something very stupid. Spur of the moment is a sixteen fifteen sixteen year old kid. That was two hundred ten pounds of muscle that Oh had won. The National Junior Olympics all by knockout two years in a row so. He's a little bit of a phenomena. Lube different, but inside his mind I, get it still. But anyway I just wonder if now looking back, you can say if you can have some a little more forgiveness. Say like you know. Listen first of all what he said I didn't know that he said that. Would you just read? That's gracious of him because I. Don't know if it's true. I did a pretty good job of teaching them. I thought, but especially at that time when. The format of time the beginning of his. But it was the things you're gonNA learn earlier that things are gonNA use late. Frankly. You just become stronger and faster and more experience a more confident, but the way you taught us the way you're. GonNa do with later. Really allow people don't realize how you could take a kid and you could teach him you first six months that say say he's twelve years old. That's what I was, but whatever and you could teach them and then ten years later when the kids twenty two. Tyson I think was twenty one because. He. was when he won the title, he was the youngest ever he beat Floyd Patterson's record of the youngest ever at at as what they have in common. Floyd Patterson was also managed. And trained by customer..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"I think it was the right decision he probably can't see that and I can't blame them because he wouldn't be who he is because see it he wouldn't be who he is but to make that accusation. You gotta believe that he either really thinks that or the. It was true because I just can't see a guy with that kind of reputation making such an outrageous really thinks it. I just think along the lines of what I was saying. That's my feeling is that he just can't his ego can't by the fact that that he couldn't get up because it is mighty could get up and he's probably he could get up but that doesn't mean that the referee didn't do the right thing. Yeah exactly that does because everybody's looking at how affected he is. How packed it. He was for the punches. He might be able to get up and then get hit and get really hurt so but in his mind I could see him with his belief in with the with the way I thought that he has with the greatness inside himself that allowed him to go ten years without losing Ken that he just can't accept that. Yeah anything that and I get it I get it. But that doesn't mean he's right about the REF. Yeah well it was. It was an impressive performance by pseudo who now After the fight announced his retirement. Who will go out on top as the Champ of two weight divisions and with his Olympic gold medal in wrestling and that brings us to the To the main event Tony Ferguson. Just engage he just engage. You only two losses by the way one of them to a friend of the show dust in Pori and the other two Eddie Alvarez. I spoke with dust emporia before this event and he told me In the Co main the main he likes to. Hudo ENGAGE ENGAGE. He was almost two to one underdog and I happen to agree with them But in in for the rectus than said after the fight albeit gauge again just Please let Teddy No But this fight was all action. Super entertaining lived up to all the hype. Incredible performance by just engage. He I think he showed an incredible ability to get better and get smarter because he was known known as an all action. Fighter got hit a lot and one of the things he said after the fight was that in going back and working with his trainer. He's basically trying to remedy the problems. He was with getting hit so much. And it looks like he's done it because Ferguson is known as being a ferocious striker and I love this fight. Every minute of it was unbelievable. Both guys with damage obviously Ferguson. A lot more than gauge. He bought what did you think of. This one was suppose how special poor areas that he beat this guy really. Yeah I mean he's a champion again Pori. I have no doubt about that but having said that. That's that's my feeling you know Some haters out. There might say some about that too. That's okay It'd be a hell of a fight though. Maybe that's what I should start by saying I pay for that I pay for that styles styles. They're both terrific strikers. I liked that you know Good punches could strike. Us always position balanced position to strike. You know. That's that's what are the complements. Give great of boxer in nowy in a way. The Japanese FIDO's the monster. That's won the title sewer early. So few fights and in so many divisions can One of his greatest Straits is that he's always balanced. He's always set. He's always he's never out of position when he throws a punch but having said that I will start by saying boy. These guys are tough. I say it again boy. These guys are tough. I'll say one more time boy. These guys are tough and but having said that man can if you take a rock a rock is pretty hard to hurt if you take a rock a big rock abodes baby and you crack it with a sledgehammer. It doesn't extraordinary so doesn't doesn't split. Two dozen doesn't crack. It doesn't breakoff. And you crack crack crack it and nothing happens the come back the next day crack it new crack it with a sledgehammer and nothing happens and then one day you come back and you just lean on it and a piece falls off kind of liked to jab at the end of the night hurting this courageous warrior as like a call Just just a a savary a warrior. Gladiator you pick your choice. And obviously I'm talking about Ferguson. And at the end you know he was gone but it's because he the rock kept getting hit sooner or later it's going to show even what is not showing it's having an impact. Something is loosening up. Something is happening. Nobody no man is a rock onto himself in true terms philosophically. Whatever way you want to physically and that is what took place but again the parallels my sport this sport when I was commentating for those years with ESPN same thing. It's one thing to be tough as another thing. Who's the smarter guy and that was gay cheesy and I'm not taking not tonight. I Love Ferguson. How did you learn love? I spent the whole beginning of this broadcast talking about men like him so of course I love him but I love h e to that. He's ready to. He's ready to to die. He said that after the fight he said I went in here. Ready to die. I you know what I don't use. We believe guys when he say I believe he's guys when they say that for that moment for that moment they get themselves there. I believe him I believe him. How else could you perform the way? How else can you leave everything outside the door that you have to leave outside the door take about what I'm saying? You gotta leave stuff outside the door human stuff to go in there. Ready to deal with what these guys deal with. You got to leave it outside the door if you think about living. You won't have to do it. I know that some people Who Anyway Yeah. I'm GonNa tell you a story. Obviously it's not as severe but it gets to the point custom model the greatest for me. The my mental. Psychologically everything technically the dedicated his whole life to sport. We just did our podcast on him Last week so people haven't seen it. If you feel like you can see it. And he special man understood his realm. There's realm and how it attached to this to this Rome. This is the general. This is just the troops and he told me he was going to go in the army. You know he too had been Trafton I guess and he was getting ready to go in the army so you know what his first thing that he did. He didn't write a letter. He didn't say goodbye to people he did start doing that. You know that could be your first thing or you could start packing. But first thing he did he started sleeping on the floor. He stops sleeping on a bed. Why because he said he had to stop being comfortable with the things that make us comfortable. That's to not allow us to be ready to do certain things like die. He said in his mind up going in the army supposedly back in those days going in. There's only one thing I gotta be prepared to die said you know. I don't want to hate him. Why did I wasn't gonNA go run out into the field? Say shoot me but he in his mind. He was talking to his young trainer. Who wanted to be a good trainer and he said Teddy. I that that's how I prepared for it so it's hard to die if you live in comfortably because you don't WanNa lose those things you human so I got rid of them one by one. I started getting rid of all the things that made it comfortable to live. That made me WanNa live like a comfortable mattress and I slept on a floor to condition myself and I believe these guys to the same thing. I believe to get ready to go in that ring. They have to be ready in their mind. Just like customers getting ready for the army to die to they. WanNa die of course not but they have to have that mentality to perform at the level that we watch and I spent twenty minutes at the beginning of his podcasts. Trying to give them that just a respect for for people appreciate what they truly do and how they do it. They have to prepare themselves and they have to give up comforts of things and thinking of things that would not allow them to be prepared to die..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"One. Given night he can get in that ring. You be called champion of the world. Wow and on that night. We've with all the losses and everything else that I just described with seconds left in the fifteenth round wave behind the nurse. Call God he lands a left talk and he made life. He made everything right. Well that was excellent. We've given we've given everyone or you've given everyone a lot of content to absorb here. We've also giving you forty two minutes of the top rounds. Ever fourteen. Three minute rounds. Forty two minutes of bonus content for the corona quarantine. And if that isn't enough and you'll enjoy teddy stories. Checkout his audiobook outlets from the streets to the ring a son struggle to become a man available on audible dot com. He got anything before we say goodbye. Teddy got some for you. I I came. Give it to you but I can think about you. And that's the same thing out there now with is going on with the virus inequality even if you can't give some to somebody you could make a phone call. You could tell him me thinking about them. You can reach out that way and Som- do not. I brought you a diet. 'cause I know that you love Diet Coke. It's my vice. So it's here for you. The we get when we get past these times. Sounds like a deal or guys. Thanks for being with us. I hope everyone enjoyed the show. If you've got suggestions for future content obviously with no boxing going on we're here will deliver the content of whatever you guys want if you have ideas for future shows feel free to hit us on all the social channels and with that say Teddy. Stay safe be careful in Staten Island. And we'll see you guys next time take care..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Josh Shaw. The question is yes so the question is in its its well-worded because it says does this version of Tyson fury so this kind of on the offensive Tyson. Fury beat the current Anthony Joshua wherein that most recent release fight. He was you know. Very much bobbing and weaving in. Kinda getting getting out of harm's way in Heidi as you like to say hiding the China of a potential porcelain chin. It's an interesting fight. I used to say yes to say. Yes but I'm hesitant to jump to it right. I'm reserved a little bit cautiously you know thoughtful about being aggressive to say 'cause you've got to be cautiously aggressive you don't just walk and that's good thing. The Tyson fury did he came in by JEB hinges. Walk into right ads. He he plowed the way clear with JEB. Last night With his version of Joshua very fragile his last fight. Buddy did make a complete transition to a different fighter. A boxer completely. I mean completely went into like he went into like Molecular chambered became a guy in every way. I mean he looked different. And and Ford tiffany actively thought different So but there was still some fragility. You could see it now. Does he get better. Does he get better from that fight or having it under his belt he should how much better we don't know. I would favor fury but the ability now of Joshua to box. Now now the tables would be kind of reversed kind of be like water. Fight and fury. The first time now fury would be in a position of wilder fury would be like going and and he's only had one fight dispel with this this kind of mindset of style. It would be very interesting now. He'd be the Guy He'd be the hunter you know. And He'd be the guy that pursue and he'd be maybe Jason He'd be going after and Joshua would be doing what fury did tool wilder their first fight boxing keeping more balanced pot shotton winning the fight till he got caught. And maybe in a position where have charged? Who Doesn't get caught? He can win with that style. It could be a difficult style so not so fast to jump not so fast my friend to jump and say Oh yeah just fury. Yeah Yeah I'd fable because of his confidence because he knows how to win. He knows how to win. He knows how to come up with the right ideas. He knows how to win something special in there who guys over correspondence because you guys have special because you guys special and it would be very interesting there would be decided to the judge will keep more balanced and pod shot him and get to the finish line or that fury track them down fury could track them down better than Ruis did much better than Ruiz that because we had whatever Wadey was To eighty something whatever was was it capable of. Torna trigger was capable of carrying the water. So it could. It would be very interesting but I think I laid it out. Yeah perfect both sides all right. This has been fun. Thanks to everyone for sending their questions in Teddy. Thank you again. Are Our social handles for the the fight with Teddy Alice's at the fight? Wt a teddy is at Teddy Atlas Real on twitter in at Teddy Underscore Atlas on instagram. May We do one of these again answering these questions. I think it's fun Thank you again and we'll be back soon..
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Welcome to the fight with Teddy Atlas. This is Rob Moore. I'm here with the legend Teddy Atlas. Were waiting on Ken to arrive from. La He's flying in today after the Tyson Fury. Deontay wilder fight and to take advantage of the time. We're GONNA go through some questions that have come in over the past couple of hours people asking teddy questions. But they're mostly in relation to the Tyson fury fight of all say that finally the mystery man is out of the shadows. This is rob war. This is the day that you get to meet him. The man behind the scenes the van that we're grateful for the work that he puts in an producing the show He's kind of like out haven. You know the the wizard of Oz. You know the man behind the curtain. the guy that runs. Ppc With Fox. Nobody sees. I'll aim it. He likes it that way. He likes being that mystery. Man that man in the shadows that you want who is he. What's he looked like while we finally bought my man rob out of the shadows and the reason why I'm in a suit. It's not because Robs Ya. I mean I. Would I ever suitable? Because this moment is such a momentous moment but it's because I'm coming. I came directly from Bristol. I've been up the last couple of days covering the fights You know coughing. Fury fight fury wild fight for ESPN at we didn't want to waste any time to to get this. Podcast out there for you guys. So the call vote me down. Came right here and Suit and oil baby you know. So it's it's not even wrinkled of his on One with it. I fell asleep in a call a few minutes. Hopefully it's not very cool. You're also doing some radio interviews from the car or was that prior to leave Bristol. I did this one set of stuff. We did Radio National. Espn yeah great. Well I'm looking at our our twitter handle now which is at the fight. Wta And again we posted Posted this just a maybe an hour ago looking for some questions So I'm going to kind of go through the list of of the top questions here Teddy. So the first of first of these is Why was he so worried about? Fury's wait after the weigh INS. Could you speak to that a little bit question? Because he was heavy. You guys you know you listen I I straight you right. I could get it wrong. You frustrate me too. Sometimes with the question saw but that's fair I got the wrong. I got the wrong winner here. But and always honest full transparency. We live up to it. You know we own up to it Listen how can you not? It's out there in public anyway. But don't try to get around it and you know believed to fudge it or you know. Finagle it manipulated. I gotTa Roll. But when I was right about the reason why I was concerned about. The weight was almost twenty. Pounds heavier why would he do that? Why would he do that? You know because he had success in the first one he got a draw here lose so why why would he change that so it had to thinking of such things and not just in a deep sleep? Not just you know saying without any research without any search. Where would fights like this? That could be tricky. You you WANNA have a sort of a fog light in your mind that you go into the fog. You're trying to figure out so you know you a little bit of a detective trying to figure out why why would be heavy you know. Now what are the devoted a few reasons but you try to figure out those waste a disciplined ruis heavy. That was purely out of lack of discipline because of the money that he may suddenly well few made a lot of money after that last fight. That's you know. He made a lot of money after that he. That's what he signed two hundred dollar deal with. Espn came into that. So I'm thinking okay. That's a concern. Did he put it on because he made money doesn't really turn out to look that way now but it was a concern until I knew and did he did. He get satisfied. He started talking about. We time yeah. Oh I think it's not a good sign. So those couple reasons he his greatest physical asset inner ring has been his agility. Mobility has elusiveness. His defensive you know resources where he can move around that ring and he did it well with his head more at his legs in a first meeting. While would you go? Up to two hundred seventy three pounds. That's going to be diminished. You know you don't put more weight in a car. Guess what those tie isn't gonNA fly down a little bit. It's not the right not the right type of weight. From what from his appearances. So you know I mean trucks a little high buddy. Whoever this question is from trucks were a little high so so Karen Williams. It looks carrot. Go Away those ads said so. Yeah I'd be. I would be like a like a Zombie if I didn't have those thoughts if I you know I less than what I try to be if I didn't have concerns and those were the reasons those all the reasons for the concerts and at the end of the day the one thing that was right about for me was soon as I saw. Wait what did I say I said I believe is bad too? I believe his bottle. I believe that he will be aggressive. Where Most People Stephen a Smith we had fun. He said he's lying. He's and I said No. I don't think he's lying. He's you know he's going the reason why he's going to be could be some other psychological stuff that we could go into and the Phillips that he fell from the first fight of we needed to change but just the physical fact of putting that weight on told me that yeah he will be aggressive like what choices they have been. He's not could've gone into dancing with the stars. Now you know so. Yeah he's GonNa have to. He's going to flatten out and he's going to have to be more aggressive at turned out. Obviously that it was a smart move. Hopefully I answered you. Jared the way that you're satisfied Yup so another question we've got here is Let's see here okay. Can Wilder fully recover from that down? You know there's a lot of talk of a potential you know trilogy here. The question specifically is can wilder recover from that beat down. The bully was bullied. Will he ever be the same good question? Put it the right way. The bully was bullied. I was part of part of the equation. What happened what took place not too dissimilar from Buster Douglas standing up to twice before ties in a box. Put it but he was the boss with him at all and He faced the bully. He backed up the bully. He confronted the Bali exposed to bully. And so that that's a well put question with Matthew. Fay Yeah with the right tone with the right understanding Matthew. The ads is not so quick not so quick because this problem wasn't a one five problem. Here's the funny thing. The tricky thing the honest thing. He's had this problem since his conception since the genesis of his career. I caught some fights on. Espn you guys could go back and find the rob you know what maybe we could find the because I had done a breakdown of one of his broadcasts on ESPN. So yeah. I know where that is and I broke down. His form was lack of form. I really did I broke. They won't happy. While does people wanted to happy but in some ways they would have been well served to have paid attention to it because I broke down what he was doing and he was winning right. You know that old saying you know. Even though you wouldn't I know as a trainer I try to put forward and I don't put forward this kind of mindset I tell fighters even though you wedding gigs. You could improve on. Don't ever get drunk. Which is success and cocky and arrogant you. You could be winning and doing things wrong and you could be losing to doing digs right and you could build on those things. Don't get discouraged but don't get headstrong just because you what there's still things you gotta do. Better and quite frankly him and his team they won't cognizant of that they were just winning and we did a nice break down on one of his. Espn fights that we broadcast that. I was calling where I took an. I showed you what he was doing wrong. I shoulder to vulnerabilities but they would never correct. So that's the ad so for you is that this has been an ongoing situation here. There's just a pop up on last night. Zun Pop up against fury. He's been doing things wrong and getting away with it. He's been putting himself in a fire and being pulled out of the fire with that great. Arrays I've been talking about forever. Punches are not made. They're born great. Fundable thoughts have that. He has an eye right hand has been. It's been racing. His mistakes been great racists. But not confessional booth if you religious and you know you do. Something's wrong out there and you know you go. I think it's on Saturdays. I don't I haven't been so. I'm not sure I need to go. But you go into that confessional booth. You know if you'RE CATHOLIC. You believe in such things and it it. Clinton's supposed to cleanse your sins but you still live right. It's still better do the right thing. If you're a fighter you you're still going to jump start correctly. What you're doing and put that right head has always been that confessional booth for him where it's cleansed of sins and it didn't get to drop dogging obviously last night so it's a situation when you ask what does it take kitty over Congress. He's going to learn how to fight. Wow I just say that this guy up saying is about a guy who is just two minutes away from having been the heavyweight champ of the world he just just moments removed not even not even fifteen house. We moved from being heavyweight champ of the world and I was saying to your answer at a great question to your question. He's gotta learn how to fight. He's got it now. Go back to take his eagle. He's got to put it somewhere and listen I. I hate to even say this next part because I don't want anyone with this business right. We put ourselves at his business where you guys are good enough to support us in a big way. Because you feel you're going to get you're going to get the truth and that's not always commodities that commodity. That's easy to come by in any business what it needs to get a different team. Yeah that's actually one of these next questions here. He you know he needs to because obviously they just all they did was. They rolled the bandwagon. I think that's fair to say. They rolled the bed. Wagon of a great right hand Something that continued to make up for what they want doing right. What they weren't teaching this kept pulling them out of the fire. Puerto out of trouble and so can you come back. Well there's going to be psychological Davidge two zero to his confidence no doubt about that but it starts which should have started a long time ago learning learning learning being taught to depend on more than you power to head on your role technique technique you overall ability. That's you know that's what it's going to depend on. You get a home run hitter in the Big Leagues Right. Avoid does is hit whole mud's every once in a while and he doesn't know how to hit favorites. Listen I'm not a baseball expert. He ate stayed in the big leagues. Too Long He's not staying in a be if he can't hit the curb boy could only hit fastballs and make them go six hundred feet. You know it's Nice. He's GonNa be on Sportscenter a lot. But what about the gaps between what about what? Kirpal comes what about what he changes speeds the pitcher. What about what? He doesn't connect well. He's got a problem he's going to go down to the minus you know because he wasn't taught how to properly hit for average now to depend on the whole. Munn and I think that I finished his answer said go back to the minor leagues. Yeah so his trainer is the head trainers J. days days and I had never heard of before so he mad wilder when he was when wilder was just one thousand nine hundred so this this could be one of those situations where someone Alka rose. Let me say again. They did listen. They did pretty good. They made a lot of money. And then what a title and if you want to go deeper with your opponents to write opponents yeah but he still beat them still come out. You.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"They know you'll love this product so much they stand by with a sixty day money back guarantee so they'll give it a shot if you don't like it send it back. Send the unused pushing back the refund your money. That's how confident they are. So I'm going to the way in the next again the next day. Whatever was I'm going to the way in In the morning the way in was in the morning at downtown New York God was the New York Athletic Commission downtown. I forget who the commission was at the time. Because we had commissioned we had Floyd Patterson Addison Jose Torres Rainy Gordon was commissioned. We had I can't remember who was at that time but anyway I'm on my I'm manip- ferry boat early ferry boat going in there with the Wall Street crowd going across on. I'm going to the way in. And for whatever fight I had on over Saudi Pool Kevin Molly and as I'm sitting on a play on a on a boat you got all these Zhong guys in suits the will read in the paper having no coffee and um I hear one of them. I was the New York Post. I hear. One of them say I'm glad he got his His backside kicked you know I tell you know and I'm thinking were talking about Kinda used dropping now and you see this. You know you know it's not true. I mean because either going Frickin. beat up you know I. It happened the way it happened. Yeah I use the advantage. I add Otherwise that would have been saying the opposite so I'm listening to them. They're talking about this guy kick kick commodities backside. I'm glad and I'm thinking to myself. Oh man he got into another fight. uh-huh I can't believe I'm like thinking I can't believe this guy you know. got into another frigate here so I'm really curious. Now you know our get into another fight one of these guys. I don't know who you kind of that way as a New Yorker New Yorker. You don't WanNa ass us more than you have to. I mean that's a good and bad thing it's a bad thing sometimes I mean I remember. ESPN over eighteen years. Nineteen years a Doing an even more twenty one years Luna broadcast Flying every week in and out of different small little towns down south localities. How you know Iowa I me all the time we get off the plane? You'd be walking down so many good morning I look behind me. Who Hulo who me you say? Hello like like you're afraid to say alot like nobody says a low. Nobody says good morning how you doing on day. Good good day. Yeah I felt like Deniro in taxi. The taxi movie members of that classic movie years ago with the taxi man taxi taxi driver. Whatever was aware? Deniro's you talking to me must be talking to me. You know like there's nobody else here. So as New Yorkers will we we just don't want to talk to know because you don't know what it's you you you know you you safe eight that way. So I'm you know I'm saying I I want to see this but I don't WanNa really let me buddy you might. So he put the paper down. Could I just look at For Second Yeah thankfully the guy goes yeah. You know it goes get your paper. Yeah that's why he has a New York. You don't ask somebody. Can I look at your paper because it could be Camacho time again. You know so. It's yeah so I look at the paper. Open it up and everything else. I can't believe I'm really embarrassed. Because as the front page in sports or the fun that had had story the sports dig young I believe is the Communists at that time he was probably the biggest one of the biggest sports writers in the country. Definitely a New York you baseball boxing still big box. who was still covered? It's not covered by box by writers anymore. Internet stuff. No you don't have right is dedicated from the newspaper to boxing anymore. But he he was and it was his column and it was like don't be like Trainer puts clamps on a Camacho's macho. Act something like that and dig young clean and he probably got at a press conference. Who knows what happened and Camacho again come on? It was a great fighter and he was it was it was his own personality. I mean you know an and He was a guy that pioneered a lot of stuff for boxes. I mean He. Will you know the alphabet you warm and he wore crazy outfits way before the crazy outfits or was seen and you know he was. He was a guy a a trailblazer but I was a world champion so he just is of wood. Knock 'em this. He comes from where he comes from and and this is the way that he identified himself but this was also guy substance that he can get in a ring and do what he did. You know so I wanted to come away but but we can all act a little foolish sometimes then get a little whatever carried away and But so I see I see whole. It's the story about what happened. And I'm like and you know why he felt by was. I felt like he's going to think I told to story. Yes and like bragging. And there's nothing to brag about what happened to happen. Could've been the other way too. I wouldn't WanNa story written about. It was the other way and I did. I felt I felt that way I really did. I felt like almost if I would add his phone number. I probably wouldn't have done it but I'd call them up and say look I didn't I just wanted to know I didn't contribute stories. Yeah I mean but anyway that was going to happen so I go. I go now of soon my own little thoughts now and I get off on the subway and I go I go to the New York Commission. Go upstairs I walk into the way in Rome. And there's all these five people and they all start clapping because again. They felt like they read the paper they heard about it and all clap and I felt like an idiot but they all clap and because they they didn't know that they hated Camacho. It's just sometimes hated the way that he acted. It's not fair to the show. Exactly I know maybe you know maybe sometimes they felt that they will kind of left out that they that they will beneath him in away when they were in a room with them. I don't know but again I can happen and So they will start clapping. I'm like to freak you know. Yeah so but the craziest thing was so give and I'm like Oh man you know I gotta fight so I gotTa fight that night. I think the way it was the same day was diagnosed as away in would be the same day as vite today before. So I'm pretty sure a micro about this so that night I got to go to the phone so the usual thing I leave tickets for my wife and my wife Uh goes to the world coal to get the tickets so she. I didn't tell and not in butter. She don't read The New York Post. You know what I mean and I got through the baby oil royal stuff. Yeah so she don't know about you. Know for the war. Why are you going to be talking about this right? So she's online waiting with with whoever's there with her and she and she gets to the to the fund and she says Ticket six tickets. Whatever it was? I don't know what I left for. How and whoever always will my family six tickets for Teddy Atlas under Teddy Atlas and One of the guys or five turns Trans obviously the then. They're not they're not that to you. Know to see You Know Lady Gaga there for the fight so One of them goes Teddy Atlas those tickets for Teddy Atlas as you you would teddy atlas and she turned around and she says no getting pick up the tickets you daddy atlas. So she says Rama's wife Oh man please tell him. Can I shake your hand. Tell him I mean a lot of people you don't tell and then like again going to tell. The story of people are going to say all to you. But if you're going to tell you tell it otherwise don't tell. The people in the line fuel started putting clap in a little bit. You know like You know tell them good be put them image Komo again yeah. I know where it's coming from. People feeling that Josiah what people you know they like him as a fighter but a lot of people think the cool thing that good thing the right thing is sometimes to be abrasive a little bit. It's not it's not right some listeners. Some circles that you get away with it but people on the Gen Juanita regular common people that are in his line. Okay these are the regular regular people you have to tell people that are working nine to five jobs trying to make it for their family. You know an oak an a very diverse crowd and they're just saying no it ain't about that's the great thing about boxing. It aim about white or black Spanish or or or Jewish or oh you know what nationality would what ethnic group you come from it. It's not about any of that. It's not about anything it's about how you behave spell about who you who you are. What you are who you are and everyone can have a choice of that? Everyone has control over that. Are we all to I don't care if they did invent the new race tomorrow. That's purple would polka dots. What's and it's your choice? How you represent yourself is your choice to decisions you make and these people these common common regular people that they're paying twenty dollars for the ticket or whatever was back in those days ten dollars whatever they were in the line? They're I just saying we we SPEC fight as we come here. We come in to watch boxing. But we don't come here for the other stuff. We come here for that We we we care about how you act as a fighter and how you act as a person It matters and was really something that was really Sultan and in that way but like I said it was embarrassed that you know of course my wife says you didn't tell me obviously that Baby Abo knowing that the shirt that's how I got it but So you know we the Fight to look the late. Great Dan Duva was doing a fight. Open Vinnie Basil Country After that open providence accordance somewhere in Rhode Island and he was doing a show. I had a fighter fighting game a boo but I had to fight undercard and I had go up there sometime after that. I remember how far after that and I know a lot of people probably thinking it's such segue into it on my own and well. Have you ever seen Camacho. After that. So KamAZ was up there. He was up there. He wasn't fight on cod but I don't think he was but he was up there and we will walk so you know you can't control your walking who you're gonNA run into you know and I'm walking in a walkway. You know the tunnels in like in the Garden Arena Severino. We were at On of the Dunkin donuts center or whatever they call that but whatever we know was where do I had to show I. I was walking in the the kind of the belly of the arena. Welcome to one of the hallways and who comes walking. I I taught me. You Know Hector you know and a gentleman and he just obvious thinking. Oh you know. Whatever Tom Because you'd be you wouldn't be live as a person of Udon to have some awareness.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Welcome to the fight with Teddy Atlas. I'm Ken Raido joined as always by the great author. Teddy Teddy Atlas Teddy. Good to be with you knew. Congratulations on the launch of your audiobook. Today before we jump into it I wanNA give a quick shout out to our newest sponsor athletic Greens has said before. This is a product that I use myself. I reached out to them asked them to sponsor the show. Because I like end of it. You WanNa the State. I'm GONNA jump in. I don't care you're you want to California state. Correct me if I'm wrong with the title but I want to say congratulations You WanNa California State Marathon Jonathan over the weekend you just flew back from that and You did a great job. Congratulations thank you. It was the Malibu half marathon which acted as the state championship the half marathon so I ran that in one thirteen but again I'm forty eight years old so I have to give credit south. Let Greens I'd take it before every workout Ron. I take it every day but yeah thank you was was happy to win. You haven't checked Teddy's book please do so it's available on Wherever you get your audio books but Amazon Amazon Dot Com has it on their audiobook APP called audible? And if you sign up Broadway you get thirty days. They're not a sponsor. But if you do sign up you get thirty day free trial and you can download Teddy's book for Free Essentially There's a ton of content there for even if you've read the print edition as a ton of new content and a bunch of in between chapters after's conversations with Teddy About a whole bunch of different topics and But there's a topic that wasn't covered in the book and having been in camp with teddy four on eight weeks in the preparation for Alex Vase versus offer. Better be of down in Philly you. I spent a lot of time together and and there was just story after story of things that just seemed incredible and one of the stories there was a whole lead into it of how we got into to this and just we had access to a gym private Jim in They shut it down and made it private frost for the hours we needed. It would super grateful to those guys. Mike Rafferty down a Philadelphian in grace fairy. Thanks Mike Great Guy my grabbed policeman in south Philly in Grew up in that area and a fighter a Oh profile good average profile and a good person very good person total gentlemen and One of the things that happened as we walked in one day there was some people training. And we you and I started talking about your old days training fighters Adam at gleason when it was in Manhattan and around the blogs away from the God Yup credible plus a one of the stories. again you were. You were training Kevin Molin Donnie Pool at the time in uh-huh mid nineteen eighty five. I think it was because it was an article written about this by a Dick Young about an incident between you and Hector Camacho who who was at the peak of his stardom at that point and Hector and his entourage came into Jim. While you were there training you'll fighters and I'll l.. Let you take it from here. But you told me the story and I know you're hesitant to tell the story but Robin I rob more production man myself pressured. I should teddy and well. This shot sell a lot of both because this is one of the funniest stories you've ever told so I'll let you take from there. You're in the old gleason Manhattan training. The like I have a moly in Donnie Pool in Hectic Camacho comes in while be respectful. Talk because he's not with US anymore. No that's a shame that I mean he's got he's he's the commodity was killed. So that's a that's a tough thing you know that's a bad thing obviously and And he was a terrific fighter. I thought he had the fastest hands. Maybe the fastest hands I've ever seen and I'm talking about patio. Speed Patio. Three them I mean Camacho was fast and that good and then a showman. That's what I was GONNA say World Class before before a mayweather's in a you know some of these other guys as good as craters it is my weather is I mean. But but he was he was. He was one of the pioneers of that. Oh yeah he loved the good animal print leopardskin trunks coming into to the way in in like You Know Bikini brief underpants. He was out there he was always up to something. He had that curl in the front of his hair. His head was all short except for along curl. That would hang a good looking kid a kid from Spanish all your New York and New York. Golden gloves champion in all bread. You know him from top stuff the whose personality you know he was. Who's you know he was? He's his own zone guy that way and he was out there in controversy on the way against the things like a Dion Sanders as we reminds me of like always pump in his reputation and self promoting He was He was smart. He knew how to why was donor in order to sell tickets to go to obviously make money and get more attention and you can.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Welcome to the fight with Teddy Atlas I'm Ken rideout joined as always by my partner In good friend the Great Teddy outlets today is question number two as part of our QNA's series that we've just recently kicked off so we've been soliciting questions if you'll appease me here I'm going to read his exact email and then I'll set up the question so Gerardo Rights Teddy I read your book a long time ago resonated with me the idea that if you compromise your integrity even once you allow your fears to get the better of you those things those things can own you for the rest of your life I didn't know when I was reading how true it was gonna be from me but for some reason it stuck with me long story short I ran from a lot of things a poor choices and at the age of thirty four revisiting some of those things that Iran from walking through those fears being accountable for the first time in my life it's hard but I know the alternate Koska and that scares me more than anything I grew up poor and my father passed away when I was ten my mom raised me and my sister with the help of my grandmother and a one bedroom in Newark I always felt a little uneasy as a kid I didn't have the words for what I felt back then but I get these feelings of uneasiness especially around Guy as I thought were tough in my neighborhood my uncle was a pro fighter for rounders so I got involved in boxing at a young age and I fell in love I'm sure everyone says that they were quote good but in my case I received a lot of extra attention from the coaches and was one of only a few guys in my gym that wherever taken to travel from place de wasteful sparring anyway and my first amateur fight I choked I'm not saying I performed battle got a work like I couldn't throw punches if I if I threw I five total punches with any meaning I'm probably lying I was so scared of what would happen if I look bad in front of people that I ended up looking about as bad as you can the ring like a coward I never stepped foot in a ring again Iran I flunked out of high school shortly after and since I didn't have any reputation as a fighter anymore four and I still had the same uneasiness I figured I would do what the other tough guys did so I would hope so I can hide amongst them a sheep in Wolf's clothing I sold drugs I abused alcohol I was disrespectful to women are real piece of work I met the woman with now at the age of twenty four and dragged through all the drama of my life that my life would bring eventually the image the booze the money wasn't enough the same feelings of uneasiness started the show through around that same time I broke my arm in a bar fight and was prescribed painkillers you know the rest the drug dealer became the drug user that drug took me to places in my mind and spirit I didn't think existed I also caught me I drug charge and a and a few second degree felonies for good measure I was broken opiates took me to a place in my mind and soul I didn't even think existed I was tired of being the guy I was I was so scared to lose my wife and my son I made a promise to myself into my God who I wasn't even sure existed that if I made it out I would be brave in capital letters I would face my demons head on and deal with whatever consequences came my way I clean my act up I've been sober in clean for three years now I work jobs a third year electric electrical apprentice around real tough guys quote tough guys all day I'm one of them now I'm accountable for my actions responsible if I make a mistake I own up to it I don't run somewhere in between getting sober I got the opportunity to cover boxes imagine for a fairly large boxing website I've now been fortunate enough to do interviews with World Class Fighters I was fearful going into it I wanted I wanted to run a few you times wanted to stop doing it up to a cool experience but I love it I won't allow my fear take take it from me I know how the story ends so Gerardo thanks for sharing that story with us it sounds like you straighten things out but know that this is a continuous battle so keep doing what you're doing and never give up Taddeo question is this for those who of us have done some week things in the past things that have compromise our integrity times when we've let fear get the best of us how do we come back from it and can we come back from it but first of all to follow what you said already thank you for being on so honest and forthright with that question and with the question would tell him we've been it is what Japan's has been it can be good for people to hear that to know that you can get out of a dog place sometimes it's the journey that's meant to be for you to get to the right place and we never know what that journey is which is it's a journey but some people think that because it takes a wrong turn along the way that you know they they can't get to the point ace that might be the reason why you will get to the place because you learn what you need to learn to take the right turn to want to write place so the first part of it is the first magical part of it as being honest and the magic word I'm gonNA use care that you can't be better did you care to be a better father better husband a better person about a son about a human being that you care as powerful as powerful you can use that you can build around that you can vote empire on care it can build a life on care that's all you need to-you need and so first thing I wanted to do is what I did I want to applaud you for sharing your story and forgetting to where you got to so the most important thing is and you said well it's all their understand when you in these difficult places when you know you confronted with what we the have fear I understand that the reason God gave you fear or nature whatever you want to believe in it's fine but the reason why you have fear is so that you can exist so you can survive that you can get through today the whole trick is tonight outlet control you to control it but everyone has fear so before you put it before you put that label on it that I'm Karen I'm less no you normal normal just where you can go with it what are you gonNa what are you GonNa take how are you gonNA use it how you gonNA become friends with some point your life and understand it instead of thinking it's just anatomy if you didn't have fear you would get killed every day because why do you not walk across the street why you turn your head hello what are you turn your head and make sure that does not a call come in because you have a fear of dying you have a fear of getting hit with a car so but that's not put up in neon that is like the yellow feel your scattered somebody all you're you're you're afraid to fail all you you're afraid of your boss Oh afraid of that guy in the corner so that that takes us to a different place it's okay to be afraid of a call common it's all the same the thing it's all the same it's full reason to understand that is to have you ready to have you alert to have your smart to help you win to help you live understand that as the first thing and you have to understand what parts of fear damage and I explained that to you and and our man with the letter did a great job talking about that you know what comes with pressure with the're with pressure with a moment with stress with the situation because that's what we're talking about right what one of those things one of those things whatever that is whatever represents difficulty for you at that moment in your life and what comes with a cloud of fear that cloud of distress that cloud of Confu- Asian that cloud of depression what comes with it is lies this what does the damage because the first thing that tells you when you're afraid of something something that Al Guideline learned very well is ah tells you whatever that situation is that's in funnier than you fear for the afraid of that's difficult that it's GonNa last forever see pressure what it does is it contorts time it is stretches time out it makes it seem longer than what it is it it makes you think that something that's going to last a moment is GonNa last attorney see that's the problem you have a situation and when you got a guy who funny in boxing or you have a situation where you have to deal with the boss or you have a situation where you have to deal with some other kind of conference tation you think that I can't deal with it I'm afraid of because part of what comes with that mist of the unknown undeliverable as it's measurable thing as a thing that's that can't be can't be dealt with no it's a second it's his second in your life it's a moment it's a flesh and time the reality is that it doesn't last long the reality is what lasts long is not dealing with it it's one of the saints that I use and for me this is going to take you to the place you need to be taken to what I'm about to say all in a fight life's a fight different ways of informs but life's of fight whether it's yes they today or tomorrow there's a fight and funny somewhere and it is harder to quit that it is the fight and that's other because when you quit and you think that's your great escape you think that's the parachute no aw that's not that's the terminal sentence that's the chain but good for around your body that's the bracelets I gets locked on your wrist where you're confined to prison a prison a real prison you know what the prisons name is regret because when you quit you have to live forever with the understanding that you did that but the regret and that's a journal that's forever that doesn't go away until you finally faced with you have to face because there is one key to that prison to beautiful key and as Potter we're talking about today and don't ever forget it there is a key the key is called Redone Shen there's always a chance for redemption but you have to understand these principles were talking about where at all stocks as thoughts when moment comes and allies come with that moment with that missed inside that mist of confusion and stress and difficulty eh that that moment that took that moment of whatever that moment is for you that it's GonNa Contol time that it's going to lie to you that it's going to be on forever no you deal with it and it's gone you deal with it a fight of a fight he learns that he learns that that moment it's five seconds ten seconds if it's a twelve round right it's thirty six minutes that's seconds in life will what talking about that seconds it's a blink up and I think about it what does not seconds is putting yourself in that prison by giving up and having to deal with that and feel that favor until that moment of redemption of your up to it comes for you so remember that that's the key for this and has been answered to remember when that moment comes when you think the way out doc is the given the way of getting away from that ferns those flames the devil of your will yeah hell because it can be hell to get away from those flames that you go that way no understand flames always freedom victory even of your lowe's advantage three because your face it it's beautiful Elia his life went to hell from one moment in time that he can pinpoint then I'll guarantee you he'd rather get out point and maybe even dropped that fight for us live with the mental anguish one word you so Reichen but he used one word Sudas I've read that you said you got it you a good man you're a good man you got it you know what that was the alternative because I still feel weak I still feel worried I still feel it but I don't want the alternative that's the key to stay out of that out of that prison out of that L. to remember how it felt remember how it felt that that wasn't an.
"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"To the fight with teddy out I'm Ken Reid joined as always buy great Teddy Atlas welcome to part two of how to fix boxing we touched on a bunch of topics in the first episode on this God I just want to pass along our condolences to to fighters that we lost in the past month so Max Dada Shove Russian fighter auto EGAS clements stable guy that Teddy I know you've met in the past is trained with Alex Vase Dick and the and the the boys out in Oxnard and Hugo Alfredo santee on Argentinian fighter also passed away within about a week or two of man accent it's obviously tragic anytime we lose anyone in any sporting endeavour but a in particular combat sport and I know you have some thoughts it's on the topic I mean as you said off I we you know we continue send out press out for those two fighters families and we're doing this show it would need to be done if they didn't if this didn't happen anyway because we understand the realism of the realities of this sport it's tough it's difficult it can be dangerous which we understand that we the same way as football as called driving no sports have to same sometimes the same perils possible perils that attached to it difficulties too dangerous attached to the sport so whether or not somebody had passed which still would be talking about things that makes sense to talk about when you understand the sport Monday stand what you're dealing with that there's always the possible ody of somebody getting hurt because of the nature of the sport but now with the passing of these two fighters is too young people that had families and having to be boxes at some part of the tragedy of that is to try to respect them and remember them bye bye dean of you can hasten the change maybe speed up than the ideas for the need for the range you know no better way to tribute them then to say that we're going to make it a mandate should always been a mandate I'm sure it is but really make it a mandate now priority right now you know in a fast as possible to look at how we can make to support Google safe I listen not an everything it'd be done right without pointing fingers and things can still go wrong just like a football game or any thought that it all am Emma may you have see any sport that is a combat sport of physical sport of football you could call it a combat Arctic that's fair you know you could do things writing things can still have the wrong end the result that nobody wants again because of the difficulty the dangers that are inherent with the sport but they are all ways always to try to limit some of those dangerous and football is doing it why should we raise car driving story you know raise driving they have roll balls that they didn't use avenue call they have an apparatus because I did fight plan years ago with ESPN in one of the race car drivers card that he allowed me to go into his call which usually is taboo they never let you go into the you know some of your car drag your friends that arise caught drives so they apparatus that stabilizes the spine in the neck in case of an accident that was not invented until unfortunately somebody else died into somebody else was paralyzed even though they understood the dangers of the sport before that it involves folks action when something terrible horrendous happens and with thinking about those things more so now and we underneath saw these two young warriors so football is always coming up with new protocol all different helmets making a practices shorter making not allowing you to hit with pads as long limiting net common sense stuff you know making sure hydration and things like data understood properly you know the limiting the amount of preseason games limiting the amount of hits that somebody takes having a concussion protocol that years ago they didn't have no that that you don't get back on that field until you cleared that's where we can help ourselves boxing because that's where we're still primitive that's we still lack that's because we don't have a national commission to tie these things to make sure these things are tied in there in place and enforced that's where we could get better some of the medical areas may be trying to be a neurologist but that's talk to a neurologist a lot of the states with the commission's we ever if an independent commissions we don't have unilateral medical conformity across the board unfortunately but some of it is the same but in a lot of them if you get knocked out you've got to get a cat scan Marai why wait to a guys knocked out how about if he's in a tough fighting took a lot of punishment get a cat scan he he didn't get knocked out so what so so what and I'm not saying would've I am not saying would have prevented these two young tragedies here I'm just thinking ahead of just being in a way that we need to think that maybe you know we understand what we understand that it's a sport whether physical damage that has handed out so and it's to the head one of the things you just touched on his uniformity in the case of the Argentinian fighter Hugo afraid of santee on he was actually under suspension at the time in one area I don't know one area of the country but he was definitely under suspended Arinc promoter should be held accountable but that's what we don't have a national commission we don't have any police we don't have conformity you just said thank you for bringing that up Ken because Y- to point fingers at when somebody dies but from what you're saying the guy should have been in a ring hundred percent so so so right there people say Teddy what's the answer you know sometimes is not an answer sometimes there is an answer that one answer that to make sure that this unilateral conformity in accountability and across the board and regulation across the board that have sold suspended suspended for reason make sure he's not fighting somewhere not only should he be not fighting any shouldn't be given in the gym but can't let it kid spar inspiring but that's going to the point with the football a guy there was a time when a guy got his bell wrong right that's what they call it Yup guy got his bell rung he was lost and he was still playing he was playing he played that game he still played in a game plan he was pressured to play might have certifications solar systems and he was playing the following week but now because of the precious because of what we're talking about the light put on it and everything else and all the problems with the NFL with CD now there's a miracle now there's monitoring a guy that got his belvoir on the cause is not playing in that game he's not playing on Sunday let me tell you something a guy that gets Bevan in boxing he's playing the next Sunday he's he's fighting in the next new moon worse than that Ken just said he he's in a gym he's back in Jim if somebody was on I'm sorry I'm sorry to to be the one the barrel of this kind of news but there are responsible people in football in in in life in probably racecar driving you know there's plenty of responsible. Once at Inbox two there's plenty of good ones plenty responsible once but does some that aren't not not necessarily that they're evil but they're ignorant whatever it is whatever is it can't be tolerated because it's starring because back and put a head gear on and take a bunch of shot a stop you but they're going to see that that's where we can help to support that's what this episode is for that's where something could be done is that why again we come back to a national commission to put superstructure in place to to help these things happen because otherwise how do they happen to have just with our thoughts just with our words just with ideas no no so what I'm saying is that there was a time in football where a guy got his doll wrong and he was playing again that time's gonn because the NFL has a commission pressure put on him and now and they did digs wrong for money oh yeah for the evil root of money but then no angels but oh at this point who cares what we cast football players of being protected I camp out we camp out fighters being protected so now you have a situation where a guy who's been caused he's not GonNa Forget about on Sundays not back on the practice field and uh-huh cleared yeah that's where we can get better and much better and need to get much better in boxing because a guy could be suspended and guaranteees of too often more often than not and too often at one time would be too much and it's more than one time where a guy who's under suspension Baghdad Jim because he shows signs that his training thinks he's okay and you know they they wanna get ready for winter fight whenever suspension they wanna be ready Oh they don't WanNa be idle they want to be able to fight right away so dorn that Thomas Suspension in gym boxing there's only one way to sat you have to have monitoring an does monitoring in the NFL the does nobody on the sidelines because if there are that team will have not only fine that might not be a team anymore I mean that's how serious it has to be dealt with right now so it has to be the same series reprecussions where if a guy is caught in a gym while number one to Jim has their license taken yet yeah yeah does not play with this stuff number two the manager who's demand fight a license taken up for year for life for life right I have no problem being severe when it comes to this stuff to train who stray licensed takeaway panel Melos for life for life he's gone he's out no more no more hearing nothin gone not six months a year gone so you have to get those kind of penalties in place those kind of sanctions in place that kind of it's a severe sport it's a severe consequence at the end it's a severe reality make the punishment severe where does monitoring somebody goes around you have to you again you have to have with the commission when if we had a national commission whereas somebody goes around and make sure that the guy on suspension is what training which again they are is not training in Jim is not sparring.