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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:23 min | 5 d ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"But when it gets all of a sudden people catering to them, people, you know, yes men, people anything they want. And it's a bad signal because life isn't really that way. It's not really true and something you get a better awakening. And it causes these guys to go down bad places. But the last thing I want to say to you and talking about liking and not liking, we were talking about that, it brings me to thank you for putting me on your not hating list. Of people you don't hate. Yeah. I appreciate that. That was an exclusive list to be on. I mean, it was. I tell you it wasn't a long list. And I was a I'm looking at it and I'm saying, wow, that was nice of them. People I do not hate. And I said, it's not a lot of them. Yeah, that came about. I was saying, because I said I hated some of these, I don't even know who they're like, all you do is hate everybody. Yeah, right. So I said, all right, fine. I'll compile a list of people I don't hate. And it wasn't your right teddy. It wasn't very long. No, I mean, that was the thing that made me feel good. You know, kind of. By the way, Dave, how is I don't know how teddy Atlas does and have a barstool collab of some sort. You couldn't have a more honest truth teller on your team than the legend teddy Atlas. It would seem. We talked about it a little bit and then COVID hit. And everything like everything we started doing, we stopped doing basically. So that was the first time we kind of had to pause, which everybody did at the time. But no doubt about it. I'm actually, with what, I'm sorry, I didn't plan this. I didn't put them up to this. I'm sorry. We're not even recording. Davey's gonna yell at me afterwards. No, it's a no problem. I can't believe what the amount of UFC in and I don't know what happened because teddy, I've known about you forever, but there was a time this before we met where you were, I feel like every big fight would get in your reactions on ESPN like within seconds and they were going viral you and Steven a were doing a lot together. Yeah, we did. And then I haven't seen as much of that light. I don't know what. I got pushed out a little bit without getting to the long haul of it. I used a word that when quite frankly, when Aaron kind of took over the box and came to them with a new idea of doing exclusive top rank stuff and then he's getting like 90 million a year from ESPN. Again, if we're going to talk, we're going to talk about going to either shop my mouth or talk to truth. And sometimes maybe I should show my mouth to be quite honest. But he came along and 20 years of me doing what I was doing and everything was good. He came along and he's got to deal with the SPN and one of the fights, one of his fights, big fight. It was in Australia. It was a huge fight. It was Maddie Pacquiao at the later part of his career. And I used the word corruption. I said, this sport is corrupt. And once I said that word, he made it his business to move me out because, you know, I was just stoned, again, I don't want no medal. I was doing I understood. I made my choice. I understood not everyone's gonna love that word. But it was a word that I thought needed to be said because for me it was the truth. It was the truth. And so I used that word and then next thing you know, you know, it was told to me that aram has his $90 million a year deal with the ESPN and he went to the powers that be at that time, a guy named John skipper was not there anymore and you know he had his own problems, whatever. And then next thing you know, he's saying, you know, I can't have him there. I can't have him saying this. I'm making money over here. I can't help him thrown around words about this sport of corruption. And next thing you know, no more teddy Atlas, at least. Yeah, that's crazy, because as much as like you, you're saying you're a dinosaur with a flip phone to whatnot, you're actually made for this your reactions are made for. Exactly. Or for this world. So I guess something had to happen because it is, I mean, that dynamic, and he's great. Like, I don't love it. Everybody at ESPN, but Stephen a also I tremendous, tremendous. Listen, light joke with me is my brother from another mother and all that stuff and you know, he's great. I love Stephen a and you know you guys had a great dynamic. We used to have a good time together. We had a good time. And his sister loved me. That was the best part. He's got a few sisters and his sister said, you better stop yelling at teddy. You better listen to teddy. You stop yelling. He said, you got my sister after I said, well, she's smart. I appreciate us. You should listen to what Stephen. So some of the best stuff I did.

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Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | Last week

Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

"It was kind of hilarious to watch They were painting the Senate race which Doctor Oz why I support the Republican and you know in any race regardless of your feeling about doctor Rossi's far better than that Bernie Sanders lunatic running in that race But you remember everybody's like wow he's more of a moderate and mastery is no chance whatsoever but the odd thing is you're polling actually ahead of it I'm not asking you to go after him at all I'm just saying you're polling actually ahead of where he's falling which always goes to show you the media you can almost be guaranteed they're going to get the story wrong when evaluating a Republican every single time And it's funny I don't know if you were tracking this And thank you for your words of encouragement there over the past couple of months here when I've been so laid by the media You know you're doing the right thing I appreciate Teddy Roosevelt says you could judge a man's character by whose enemies are So thank you very much Media for that But last year the Democrats the DNC worked with the Democrat legislative campaign campaign YouTube blacklist 21 state legislators and I was number one on their hit list So this all came out in the salon of political article this past November And they viewed me as a threat to their plans in Pennsylvania and decided to attack me with talking points with all the mainstream media and their goal was to hit me so bad publicly that I'd resign and shame They did a poll in November and they are appalled at the results They saw my negatives or single digits and they said not only did it make him more popular in a state he's a lead candidate for governor like no kidding Thank you very much We watched this with Donald Trump We're not going to fall for it a second time

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

08:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"He still had to do it and he did it. With the length and the quickness of his champ. But and to win a fight he needed that Jeff haney. Because it said something about fam. But Cambodia's need is jabbed out of a chance to win a fight. And he didn't use it. Not nearly enough. Yeah, people say teddy is shorter. I don't give a damn. I know what I'm talking about. Mike Tyson el chapped a lot of tall guys. That's the sweet science. He slipped a little bit to the side. Next thing you know, he's inside the gym. He's catching a guy with the jab with the guy with the longer jab is missing. He didn't use he didn't stick to his Japanese to at least. I'm not saying he had that jebel, but he had to use the jab, haney. Not any, I kept. He had to use the Japanese Ken to at least give him something to worry about. Some of the bigger bound, put bugs on his windshield. He takes away someone's visibility a little bit. You know, just something where he stabilized the outside a little bit, where he didn't allow haney to dominate that area. And he did he allowed haney to pretty much for the most part dominate that area. And he needed his jab to stop that. Again, he didn't have to outwork in that area, but enough. Just enough to stabilize that area. Where he didn't get dominated in that area. He did not do that. Not enough. But what he did do and he didn't get credit for he was looking to use something I talk about all the time. And I teach in the gym. Timing can negate speed. Yeah, haney was faster, but Cambodia ain't a slow poke. And Cambodia's was looking to use timing of punches, and we talked about this in a preview of the fight in a pre analysis of it. And you could see the evidence of it. If he was going to win a fight, he was going to have to use timing. To negate some of the speed advantage of haney. And composers was trying to do that, Ken. He was trying to timely throw the ball. He come right back. And he was trying to close the gap fast. Like Pacquiao did used to do when he was at his best. And he learned that from pakeha, he spawned with him hundreds of rounds. So he was trying to show a flagship Pacquiao, but more importantly, the ability to time, like he did against Lopez when he upset the world. And he took that title. He was looking at time to punches of haney. Again, to negate some of the speed advantage. And he was able to do it successfully a few spots, not quite enough. Not what he really landed really clean all often enough. And the other thing where he didn't, again, when he did, he never got credit for it. But okay, okay. He lost the fight. But what are the other reasons why he lost? No champ. Was unable to get close because he didn't use a jab enough, was able to close those gaps enough. And be of effective when he did enough. But for me, the other key was Ken, and if there is a if there is of a match which there's a contract, he had to agree haney had to agree to a rematch in Australia if he lost. So you would take the rematch clause, you know, camp boss's people and Hades going to have to avoid fights anyone else. It seems like he's going to have to fight and beat campos again. Wind up being two and old before he could do any of these great bad jobs that are out there in the lightweight division. There's a lot of great matchups. But before he could get to that, he'd have to go win again down under he does get that chance. Campos. I would dedicate the whole training camp and if it's going to be a different result. Otherwise it's going to be the same thing. It's going to be grand the hard day without Bill Murray. But it's going to be the same thing. Where the same result. And maybe even worse, because haney is going to be champ now, real champ now, and he's going to have that confidence that the old time has talked about that makes you 30% better. So it's going to be even more difficult. But if it is going to happen, if Cambodia is to be able to have a chance and that we may be a big underdog. He's got to use the chatbot. And when he does get inside, he can't accept those clinches the way he did the other night. He accepted those clinches and my son, I think he's my son, teddy. Liz, I know he's my son. And he was 14 years with the Raiders and well, hopefully he's going to catch on with someone else right now. We're waiting for a lot of teams have shown interest. We're waiting to see God willing of what's going to happen with him. But he's good. He's good at seeing things. And on the field and his business of talent of sometimes to subliminal talent. Not just the obvious talent. But sometimes the town that's not so obvious. Breaking film down and just being able to see those things. And it's funny. His thing is football, but obviously he's grown up around boxes. And after the fight the first thing he said to me. First thing he said to me, he said, dad. The one thing we really miss the boat, like you said to jab, there's dad, blah, blah, blah. But when he got inside, if he was going to have any chance he needed to rough him up, he needed to make it a rough fight. Not a pretty fight. It was too pretty a fight. He needed to run from up. He accepted the clinchers too easily. He might have even made silent agreements when I always talked about the mental side. Well, one guy allows the other guy to tie him up because it's just easier for the moment. You know, you don't hit me. I don't hit you. You make a sound agreement. He might have accepted those silent, maybe. Maybe. But whatever it was, he wasn't prepared to find a way. To punch on the inside of what he needed to find a way to punch to break up the rhythm of this fight to break up the prettiness to change the pattern of the fight because the patent found his patent, where he was doing what he wanted to do on the outside. You know, he's living up to his identity. When he got inside again, he needed to make it a little ugly. Needed to find a way to push off to step back to keep his hands free to work on the inside. And if he does have a rematch, the only chance on earth of pulling off the win, the upset would be, if he works when he gets on, and he would have to spend the whole freaking training camp to work on that to find ways to get on the inside and his camp would have to do a better job getting a referee. I'm not saying the ref made a difference. But this rough review was not going to let him fight on the inside. I don't care what you say. I've been around the sport my whole life. This guy, this guy was not, he was not allowing him to do any insight fighting. And you'd have to get the right left. You'd have to get a rough, and I'm not saying a fixed rep. I'm not saying a slanted ref a rapper's on your side. I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying this boxing. You're supposed to be allowed to fight on the inside, but it's up to you to find a way. It's got to be a rough that allows him to find a way to fight inside. Otherwise, it's going to be the same thing. And maybe even a more one sided, it wasn't one sided. It was not one sided. But maybe it'll become a real one sided version if he doesn't do that. Yep. Well, I've got a guy who's been sitting here waiting to come in and show you something for the last like ten or 15 minutes do you mind if someone says a special hello? I would love it. Love it..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

08:01 min | Last month

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Like, just last weekend, Holly Holm fight. I heard that was a Bentley. I didn't see it, but I heard it was horrible. Yeah. There's been a lot of them, and mixed martial arts. I'm trying to think of like any boxing, what's the biggest robbery in boxing recently? I think it was almost a bevo Canelo thought it rubble was a cop showed up as they were loading up the truck. And they dropped the drop to beg for money before they could get out. But no, there's been so many. I hate to say it that way. There's so many that nobody really sticks out. The one that I don't remember, I didn't know the Canelo fight was that close. Oh my God, I didn't know that. The scores were that close. Because you saw what you saw. And they shouldn't have been that bad. But it's such a regular occurrence with bad fights. The bad horrible decisions that sometimes sometimes you forget, but can you, what was the one that sticks out the most to me is the first Canelo and triple G fight triple G won that fight. They gave him a draw and I was like, come on, man. That wasn't a draw. That was, that was one way, one way fight there. Yeah, that was a big deal. We recently this, but the problem is, unless it's a huge name, nobody really turns an eye. Josh Taylor got the benefit of a favorable judging recently. You can easily make the case he lost his last fight. Yeah, of course. But again, not a big name as opponent was in a name that was highly highly thought of or didn't have a big resume or people didn't really know who he was to that extent. So nobody says anything. They don't, like I said, they don't lift an eyebrow. It doesn't really, it doesn't even hit the radar screen of annoying people because it's not a big name. But there's a few others. I'm trying to remember the other ones. That was one of all that was catarau in there with Josh Taylor, Jack Carter. Yeah, that was kind of. And to your point, teddy, like you always say, is the sad thing is, that might have been the fight of cadres, career. Now he has to go back to it again when everyone saw what happened the first time. Now people are going to be watching closer with the judging, but it's such a kick in the ass to have to go back to the drawing board and be like, that was everything I had. Everything was clicking. He wasn't on his best game. I was and now he's got to go back and Josh Taylor's a killer. He might come back with a renewed sense of determination and focus and put it on him this time and they robbed him of that chip. I don't know if judges, I don't know if judges realize that. They need to go in there when they sit at that table and they turn those scores in between each round and however they do it. Potentially affecting someone's livelihood here, you know, somebody's career years and years of blood sweat and tears for you not to pay attention or to be looking away or making up scores at the end of a round is criminal, you know? Or given scores so that you get invited to the next pig fight in Vegas and get the force. Sweet and amenities that go with judging a big fight. It's like all like unwritten kind of under the radar stuff. Sweets for your friends who knows. But the point is, you don't give the promoter the decision that they want on a close round. You can bet your ass. You won't be at the next one. When I add my seat at ESPN for those years, I would say we need to judge the judges. 100%. Really? Yeah. We judge the fighters performance. We need to judge the judge's performance. Are they given consistently bad performances? Look, if you drive bad, you freaking driver's license gets taken away, right? Really? You get too many too many violations or accidents or whatever, you know, whatever. But if you have too many bad decisions that are ridiculous that people could understand it and fight, well, get your license taken away. A license should be earned. You know, really? And there should be some kind of classes or some kind of yearly thing that these men and women have to go through to keep their license valid. People should be deeper. It shouldn't be the same three guys in Vegas the same three guys in New York add some guys to the pool, maybe add another one or two judges to each fight, make it hard to control the narrative and control the scoring. I mean, everyone wants that. I always think the best judges would be former fighters. You know? Exactly. There's only one problem with that. I think that you're on to what you want to and they should have some background in the sport. A 100% and as fighters in the sport, but then comes the element that if they and cultures to bring this up, if they fought a certain kind of style and they didn't like another south because maybe they got beat by their style. That style might have been a nemesis to them. You know, whatever. Maybe a real flashy fast guy that loved to box on the outside move around a lot and never liked the guys that are coming forward all the time. Banging away. That can prejudice their decisions when they got that pencil in it. So you got to be you got to be a little cognizant of that too. It's got to be obviously fight instead cultural tests to get to license and part of that test should bring out these things. Should search out these things to see if they're capable of understanding how to judge on a full criterium of what the judging should be based on. You know, stop being so subjective. You know, where, well, I like this guy because he boxed away I used to box. Or he boxed away my hero used the box. Well, I don't give a damn about that. Who knows? What the freaking fight? You know? I had a terrible experience, I was a young trainer, probably, well, probably about 20 years old, 21 years old. I was up in catskill training fighters would cause and I had my kids. I had my kids in the tournament of past Albany somewhere and we're in the tournament and my kids were doing well well and there's one fight, you know, obviously I told my kid one, but I thought he won pretty easily and he doesn't get it. And I had learned how to give the exact right example to my kids yet. I matured into that. You know, as far as not losing yourself a little bit. And I went up to the judge. I did it in a proper way. I'm looking out for my fighter, but it just got, it went, it made a left turn when it should have probably made a right turn. And I went to them while I was still sitting there at the, you know, at the ring. And people were getting ready for the next fight. And I started discussing with him why he gave it to the other guy and all of a sudden, I said, he was a land of conscious. Mike, I was making a mess..

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'Top Gun: Maverick' Jets to New Box Office Record

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | Last month

'Top Gun: Maverick' Jets to New Box Office Record

"Top Gun: Maverick grabs a Memorial Day weekend box office record a 156 million in the United States bravo. I'll tell you now that my son in law is one of the pilots in the movie. And they had a blast supporting the production of that off the Teddy Roosevelt. Many years ago now. Many, many years ago. And they had a blast. And we had a blast watching it, and knowing a little bit of the inside story, by the way, Tom Cruise was very professional working with the pilots and their crews and the carrier crew and everybody else. All I heard was that that was a very professional operation on both sides. It's fighting that when you see Tom Cruise is an actor playing a real pilot when you know real real fighter pilots and the people who support them and you realize that pretend is pretend and real is real and people have 700 landings on a carrier are different from you and me.

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Biden called again to mourn with a city stricken by grief

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Biden called again to mourn with a city stricken by grief

"President Joe Biden is in Texas today paying his respects to the 19 children and two adults killed in Tuesday's school shooting And Yuval Biden will visit a makeshift memorial at rob elementary school where people have been leaving flowers balloons and teddy bears a stark reminder of the children killed The president attends sacred heart church service before spending time with family members of some of those skilled then first responders before going back to The White House Yesterday at a commencement Biden spoke about the mass shootings going on in the country We can not outlaw tragedy I know But we can make America safer The school shooter in 18 year old was killed by police he'd bought the guns one of them an AR style rifle right around his birthday I'm Julie Walker

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 Fort Bragg to be renamed Fort Liberty among Army bases losing Confederate names

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Fort Bragg to be renamed Fort Liberty among Army bases losing Confederate names

"In independent panel is recommending new names for 9 army pose that commemorate confederate officers It's part of a broader military effort to confront racial injustice it includes changing the name of North Carolina's fort Bragg to fort liberty Throughout our history liberty remains the greatest value retired Brigadier general Thai sigilla the commission's co chair says it's also recommending naming bases for the first time after women and black soldiers Virginia's fort AP hill would be named in honor of Mary Edwards walker The army's first female surgeon and Ford Polk in Louisiana after sergeant William Henry Johnson Teddy Roosevelt called him one of the 5 bravest soldiers of the great war The panel's final naming report is due to Congress in August Sagar Meghani Washington

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How Did Ronald Reagan Wrestle Inflation?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:52 sec | Last month

How Did Ronald Reagan Wrestle Inflation?

"So Chris talgo goes on Well how did Reagan fix this inflation era He says fortunately by the late 1980s Ronald Reagan's free market policies coupled with a hike in interest rates had wrestled inflation down to a more sustainable 4.6% Wow so they did fix it Those are called numbers lefties you may want to check that out Since the late 1980s inflation has remained off of Americans radar of things to worry about Until now So what happened Brandon happened Joe Biden happened That's what happened Single most destructive force the man has done more damage in close to two years than any president in modern American history Let's go Brandon and I agree Yeah I know you agree I'm serious I think this guy makes Barack Obama look like teddy Teddy Roosevelt

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Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

"It's really troubling to watch I mean when you watch I remember the Paul Ryan Joe Biden debate I was so excited for that 'cause I love economics and Paul Ryan does too He likes the Henry hazlitt book He can not make someone lesson I was like my gosh he's going to annihilate Joe Biden in this debate I'm sure you remember well And I got to tell you even though Biden lied the whole time our everything he said was nonsense He was presentable enough where you were like my gosh like that actually wasn't the debate I thought it was going to be That Biden is gone He's completely gone I can not see any way this guy could run where he doesn't get primaried you know teddy Kennedy style back in the Woods Well he won't even get primary because he's going to be gone Here's what's going to happen The day after the November election the Democrats are going to wake up they're going to say we lost the house We lost the Senate and we blamed Biden We're going to say he's 80 years about to turn 80 He's in decline Why do we want him at the top of the ticket Now you go back four years prior to that In December after the last midterm election December of 2018 then two Democrats declared their exploratory candidacy for presidency That was one month after the midterm The next month in January two months after the midterm 5 more declared outright candidacy or their exploratory The day after the November election it's on The Democrats need to organize every day that Biden hangs in there is a data Democrats don't have an alternative So they're going to go to him and they're going to say you can't run He's a stubborn guy So it's going to take a month or three to develop but I will predict to you lose the house lose the Senate he becomes a lame duck and the Democrats be the sigh of relief And then they're going to have their own 25% primary which is healthy That's how parties breathe and anoint the next candidate

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Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit

"The penguins crush the red wings eleven into as of Kenny Malkin return in style after missing a game with a non coated illness Malkin led the score sheet with a hat trick in four points teddy blue were added a goal and two assists the team as a whole played a pretty good game and yet I think just kind of a little bit of good fortune some bounces going our way Sidney Crosby Ricardo cal and Bryan rust also had a goal and two assists apiece while Kris letang set up three scores the blob puts the pens within three points of Carolina for the metropolitan division lead and keeps them one ahead of the Rangers the hurricanes have two games in hand on Pittsburgh I'm Jane fairy

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"For money is when we are not going to overcome enthusiasm. There's national problem of grid spinning as well you can. Probably so that people had about. The amount of resource. Local science. By video what you do by a crypto punk study. It's an area that looks good. It is about that. Social social ability. The struggle of our businesses to determine the solution. So it's not that early so that you're a bottle. Do you say another insurance authority? It's not the cost of money much that noise priority business. Those source have healed. I should say that I can now calmly talk about that. And honest saint honest things is easy. That's my opinion. And I think it's a good trade when you live an honesty. I would like to emphasize that I indeed I want both fights, I believe. So and at the same time, I understand that hypocrisy prevails from time to time. Unfortunately, there are people who would choose the hypocrisy way. And we should also admit that there are certain rules of business and there should be reasons for those things to happen the way they happen. And maybe just accept that it's just one of the rules of the business. Hey, gennady, nice to see you. First of all, I just want to echo what teddy says. I think that that first fight in particular was one of the worst transgressions in boxing that I've seen, not just because of the decision, but because of the aftermath of that, one guy takes a loss, one guy goes on to these huge contracts. You've handled it like a gentleman all along the way, so congrats on that. I know you don't want to talk about it, so I'm not going to ask you about it anymore. I just wanted to let you know how I felt and how I think most boxing fans fail in addition to what teddy said. I believe you've switched your training camp now from high altitude at big bear to Florida. Is that correct? So finally, it's just nothing to talk about. Yes, indeed. I'm now in Florida after the high altitude training camp. What was the reason for the training camp? I know like we discussed earlier with COVID, you've tried to get ready for multiple fights, seems like you've piqued a few times in between fights as a result of the cancellations of postponements. Was the switch because of the time at altitude was getting to you? Did it have to do with age and how have you adjusted your training as you've gotten older? Have you maintained the same regimen of, let's say, same amount of sparring versus earlier in your career or have you cut back on this bar and what adjustments have you made with time? So you can actually smoke a little more faculty on schedule. This is portrayal. And I mean, that is..

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Arkansas hangs on for 75-71 win over 13th-seeded Vermont

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Arkansas hangs on for 75-71 win over 13th-seeded Vermont

"The Midwest regional of the NC WPW orcas wrapped and four teams including two underdogs are one step away from the Sweet Sixteen the Richmond spiders deliver the first big upset of the tournament when they beat the fifth seeded Iowa Hawkeyes sixty seven to sixty three if that wasn't shocking enough the New Mexico state Aggies knocked off the UConn Huskies seventy to sixty three thanks in large part of junior guard teddy Allen both for see the best as well the Providence friars knocked off the South Dakota state jackrabbits sixty six fifty seven the Arkansas Razorbacks prevail over the Vermont Catamounts seventy five seventy one I'm Jeremy K. go over

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Sen. Ted Cruz: U.S. Has Limited Weapons to Ukraine Since Obama Admin

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: U.S. Has Limited Weapons to Ukraine Since Obama Admin

"And then you know I don't get the sense that we are providing the Ukrainians with the military equipment they're begging for or the incredibly courageous president of Ukraine wouldn't have to keep asking for it And I get the sense also that the Europeans are providing more weaponry than we are Do we know I don't know So we don't know the specifics We know several things We know number one going back to Barack Obama Barack Obama repeatedly refused to give Ukraine any lethal military aid even after Russia invaded Ukraine invaded Crimea in 2014 Obama was sending them blankets and teddy bears And I and others in the Senate were leading the fight to send lethal military aid and Obama blocked it Fast forward to Joe Biden Biden last year twice halted the shipments of military aid to Ukraine Once in April once in December Biden did both of those because he was trying to negotiate with Russia and he thought that by cutting Ukraine off from military assistance that Russia would be likely to make a deal He doesn't understand that Putin and all bullies in tyrants They don't respect weakness And I can tell you in January there was a bipartisan group of senators that went to Ukraine and when we got when they got there and there were cameras and toe that were filming everything They were unloading shipments of lethal military aid from the United Kingdom because the Brits had stepped forward and were providing military aid to Ukraine and they were so ashamed by the camera showing the UK stepping up and doing what the U.S. should do that Biden finally began providing some military aid but we need to do much much more We need to be providing them with stingers and javelins and significant numbers

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What Biden Could Do (But Won't) to Avoid WWIII

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

What Biden Could Do (But Won't) to Avoid WWIII

"Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. We're going to dive into the continual coverage around Russia and Ukraine. That's not the only thing we're going to cover today. There's a lot of other news stories that I think that are being, let's say, covered up because of the fixation on Russian Ukraine and don't get me wrong. Russian Ukraine the story matters when a superpower invades a small country, that should be something that we talk about and that we dive into and especially the ramifications and the implications here domestically, but there's inflation, there's questions about domestic markets. There's questions about our porous southern border. There's a lot going on here. We're also going to dive deep into the preview of Biden's State of the Union address tonight as he gives his first State of the Union address. But I tried to find some commentary of what Joe Biden has been doing the last couple of days. Now we know he's not a leader. We know he's no Teddy Roosevelt trying to broker peace as Teddy Roosevelt did between the Russians and the Japanese in the early 1900s, which won him a Nobel Peace Prize, but where is Joe Biden exactly?

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Larry Schweikart Discusses His New Book 'Dragonslayers'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 4 months ago

Larry Schweikart Discusses His New Book 'Dragonslayers'

"So you're the author of this new book, dragon slayers. So has Abraham Lincoln, Grover Cleveland, my man, Teddy Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump. So and thank you, police promote it. It's a very interesting take. It says, you basically 6 presidents and their war with the swamp. So the way we define the swamp on this program is the fourth branch of government, the deep state the unelected, right, kind of the German historicist model of infiltrating the constitutional order with the subversive suppressive group of people that are always trying to have their agenda implemented. How would you define it? Well, I like Bannon's definition, which is the administrative state. And it was started early on, it really starts with Martin Van Buren. One of the people in the president more than almost anybody else in history because a president that's right. He was the 8th president. Right. And as I said, he stepped on the stage just collapsed. Massive financial panic, the minute he became president. But he had created a spoil system to protect slavery. And this is why I try to insist to people, you know, the Democratic Party was created and founded and formed for one purpose only. And that was to protect and preserve slavery. That was the entire basis for which Van Buren and Andrew Jackson create the party. And to do so, they set up a system whereby loyalists to the party would be rewarded with jobs, but we called the spoil system or the administrative state because you got to put these guys somewhere. So you put them in bureaus and agencies and so on and so forth. And up until the time of the Civil War, this wasn't a very big deal because the Democrats more or less had total control of government for about 30 years. But then Lincoln gets elected and everything changes. Because now it's sort of like Trump, the wrong guys in charge of this giant apparatus that we built and could be a real threat with it. So I deal with Lincoln's war with the slave swamp, which was also known as the slave power conspiracy. And it was very real. It was a real group. And he was a genius in how he and the other Republicans of the day figured out, you know, slavery is not in a

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:12 min | 5 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"With a guy like that. You can't make mistakes. Because they are instinctive. They are talented. They are athletic. They do have reflexes better than other people. So you can't make a mistake. You can cooperate in any way and give them that advantage that spot. That's all they need is a spot. So he's going to look at this Whitaker with his trainer. And he's going to say what I said. Okay, when you used to jab and you got in the right position, you did good. You backed them up. You didn't leave an opening where he could counter. And when you drove tight punches from the right position and you put defense after them, you did good. You did good, but when you stayed there a little too long. When you got a little greedy, that's when you gave them what he needed. That's not given to him again. That's not given to him again. That's why if I'm putting some down with my bookie, I'm still going out and sign you. I just, I think that he's, he's just more talented. He says more and that he's just supposed to have most of the fight is going to be in the striking area. I don't think at the end of the day, it was going to beat him purely striking. Here come close, but purely striking no. I think he's going to have to get him to the mat he's going to have to do some of that, get his hands on him and that kind of way. But out of sign is very good at the prevent. You know, he might not be a mess on a mat, but he's gotten a lot better. And he is he has improved a lot since that first fight too. We moved up. He had a lost time. Well, that's what I'm talking about. No, no. Yeah, that's what I'm saying. He's better than maybe people give him credit for, but he can. He's really good at preventive, where he can keep you of your strength is to get him to the mat. He knows how to survive that. He knows how to prevent to cut that off. And at the end of the day, I think it's going to be a really good fight. I really do. I'm going to go again. If I'm talking to our guys at my bookie, I'll tell them right now, hey, guys, listen. I'm looking at the added sign. I like him to win, but I don't know if I want to lay that much wood so what I'm going to do is I'm going to go with the ova. Over four and a half rounds. I'm with you. I think it goes the distance as well. I don't think Bobby knuckles is going to get in those kind of 50 50 exchanges where he just puts his head down a wings punches. For the guys who weren't on the show or who may not have seen our episode from Tuesday, we also have the Super Bowl on Sunday. We talked about it before, but for those who didn't see it Cincinnati getting four and a half at the rams in the Super Bowl. Who do you like? I like the magic of Joe burrow and the claws of the Cincinnati Bengals to guess the rams. I am taking a four and a half listen. I will make the concession that the rams on paper are probably the better overall team, but sometimes there's magic in a year. And I take them some magic going on with this young Joe burrow, the quarterback from Ella's you when he knows how to win. And you know, he knew how to win a national title. He knew how to get his team to the Super Bowl. I have to be in a league what? Two years. This is second year, right? I'm going with the points. I'm going with the bagels. I also think go ahead. I think if I read it correctly, he could be the first quarterback to win a national title, a Heisman Trophy and a Super Bowl. I may be wrong, but I think I read that somewhere. But that'd be quite an accomplishment in two years to win a national title, a Heisman and a Super Bowl. And I think so. I think that'd be a little bit of an accomplishment just a little bit. Especially if he can win it with sensei who's been a perennial doormat, no offense, but they've been bad. And now to have drafted to get the number one pick, take your oh and for us overall pick on top of all his other accolades to get the first overall pick, get that guy in two years later in the Super Bowl. This is like story book. This is like a movie. That's legend stuff. That's legend stuff. The way legends begin from stuff like it's hard enough for anyone to root for Joe burrow given all the things that he's accomplished, by the way. Adesanya and the over the parlay, if you take them both, pays plus plus money plus one 45. Wow. Do you have to lay a lot of wood to take Izzie at minus two 75, so the plus one 45 for the Izzy and the over might sound like good value to some people. Yeah, I like it. If you like. Yeah. I like it. I like that. That's a nice little Pauley. I love that. Yeah. Yeah, well, hopefully if Izzy does get the win, hopefully we can have them on next week and talk to them and see what's next for him and teddy, thanks for doing this. I know a lot of fans have been asking us to watch different fights. They want to hear your thoughts on all the action all action fights, and that was a good one like you said much more competitive than it probably a lot of people remember just 100%. 100% because you walk out of there, you know, seen a final result. It's so sudden and it's so dramatic and so final. And then you couldn't forget a little bit of what came prior to that. Say, oh, gee, that was, you know, that was no contest. I was one sided. Far from it. Far from it. You paid for your mistakes. Sometimes in life and sometimes you pay for them inside that octagon. And he made a mistake at the wrong time, through that one extra punch. And all the good work that he had done the prior, you know, almost two rounds went right down the drain. Unfortunately, for Bobby Whitaker, but the rematch coming up. This Saturday night UFC two 71 from Houston, Texas, there's a great fight on the co main teddy Derrick Lewis and tie two of asa. Another Aussie. That's going to be a good, heavyweight scrap those guys can both throw bombs. There will be no threat of wrestling in that fight. I'm afraid. This is what I talk about all the time when I was going to fight for the ESPN now with the podcast and everything. You always hear me say punches are born, then I made losers an example of that. He was born to punch. Oh yeah. And he's an entertaining interview as well. So I expect some fireworks both during the fight and in the post fight interview. And tied to evos is also equally entertaining fun guy. An islander living in Australia. So with that, teddy, like I said, thanks for doing this. Appreciate it. It was always thanks to the guys at my bookie for sponsoring the show, check them out at my bookie dot AG, use the promo code Atlas ATL AS.

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"I definitely can't. Why not? And then I'm start to get excited more excited. And then I'm trying to put all my emotions in control to go to the octagon. So I don't know, I feel a little alter ego to me. That's the thing. So my year of those emotions in the moment when I'm there in the locker room, trying to warm up and start to do my mentor my mental work is when I come in and start to manage all those emotions. And I always say the same is not going to fight anymore because random or not very humble but in this very he's not ready for a fight. But that guy is an asshole and that guy is going to the fight. Exactly. 100%. That's what I was looking for. I figured they had to be some exercise that you went through because it's such a dichotomy of these two different people of like, the one guy would talk to right now, and then the guy in the ring who's just like, you know, trying to someone's head off. And man, you're doing such a great job of representing yourself in the Mexican people. I just want to emphasize again, I love when you fight because it's such an opportunity to tell my children like here's what a fighter is all about. You could be a nice guy in a gentleman and when it's time to handle business, it's nothing personal just business. You know, bread and will we just talk about just then I talk about all the time and you know I talk about it quite extensively with different fighters. And people will call me and ask me to talk to them about that dimension of it. It's the hardest dimension of fighting. The mental part. At 75% of your business, my business, you know, 75% alcohol talented, I do care, but if you're not right mentally, you had nothing. You can't use your talent. Appropriately, and I wanted to ask you a question. If you're on board with what I'm going to say, and I know you are, but I just want to bring it out to help other fighters out there since we got on the subject. Young fighters had a struggling with this that are trying to become Brandon Moreno. And they don't know quite yet. They don't quite know what's in front of them. What face system? You know what is really the hardest thing. It's not just a hard work. It's a lot of hard work. Cardio and physical and all that stuff and learning and technique and commitment and all of that. Yes, yes, yes, but it's the mental part. As the mental part that has to be conquered, that has to be developed. And I remember because the model might mentor Brandon, he used to always say, teddy, if it wasn't for the waiting part in a locker room, there'd be a lot more fighters. Do you feel the same way? Yeah, and of course, you know, and you know, literally like you say first we have this conversation sometimes in the gym like I know a lot of virus monsters from the gym. Monsters, they can amazing technique. They have cardio. They have everything. But in the moment, they arrived in the octagon. Something happening is mine. The other way, I know. It's horrible technique. Like, my goodness, what a horrible technique. I don't know. But in the moment when they are like, they aren't they don't they are dogs. They are. They have when they have to be what they have to be. They are. And you're right. A 100%. I just thought that this conversation would be helpful to those young fighters that don't quite understand that part yet and they have in trouble with that part. And I'll tell you another thing. The ones that might think that only ones who feel this way, Brandon Moreno, tell them you're not alone. You're not alone. It's not a solo universe. We all feel this way. It's a matter of how we control it. What we do when a moment comes, not how we feel, because everyone feels it. Everybody feels the nervousness of fear. The doubt. All of that stuff, but when the moment comes. It's all up to controlling it and doing what you have to do. And again, same for you that like cause said the waiting in the locker room. If it wasn't for that part, it would be a lot more crowded. There'd be a lot there'll be a lot more fighters because they love the other part. They love the adulation. They love being a hero. They love being a champion. They love to things that that brings them. It's great. It's the greatest feeling in the world, but you have to go through that. Get it. Yeah, so I mean, I feel and I believe in these at the end of the day, every single fighter every single yeah, every single person managed that moment different. You know, to me, you know, I remember before when before my alter ego comes to my life, you know, I was going through that, if I tried to be the same guy, I tried to smile to the people, trying to enjoy the moment,.

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In Order to Break Apart the Promise of Our Founders, It Takes an Event

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 6 months ago

In Order to Break Apart the Promise of Our Founders, It Takes an Event

"Let's take one very simple example. Franklin Delano Roosevelt's new deal, which restructured the federal government, which empowered independent regulatory agencies that strengthened unelected bureaucrats that was almost the permanent implementation of what is known as the fourth branch of government. Started with Woodrow Wilson, started a little bit before that with Teddy Roosevelt, but it was really Franklin Delano Roosevelt that had the mandate to expand the federal government. What was it that gave him

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

09:01 min | 6 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"In boxing Hall of Famer teddy Atlas and the great today's special guest the leader of the UFC, the great Dana White Dana how you doing man? I'm awesome. How are you guys? Good, Dana. Dana, thank you for coming on the show. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Merry Christmas, happy holidays to you and your family. Same to you, brother. Yeah. And for happy new year, I'll get right to it. Well, first of all, before I get right to it, I'd like to. Thank my partner here for not using the opening that he's been using. And omitting that for this one time at least a way he usually says the voice of MMA. So he usually says teddy Atlas the voice of MMA and I'm just Danny, you'll appreciate this. You can imagine the responses we get in the comments when I go ahead and now join us always by the voice of MMA teddy as the fans, the hardcore fans, they go crazy. They can't get the they can't accept the joke. They're like, is this guy crazy? Is he a moron? And I'm like, deal with it, dude. We're taking over. Teddy's taken over. Anyway. I love it. I'm glad he admitted that. Listen, as I said, thanks for coming on. And congratulations for the last 20 years of building the brand of the UFC to level that you have. Thanks. I appreciate it, brother. Man, it's pretty extraordinary. Pretty extraordinary to be honest with you. And you've done something that quite frankly, I didn't think it was possible to do. You've surpassed boxing in the ratings and you know I get a lot of people that get kind of crazy with me. People like some of the some of the network heads like the guy over at showtime, whatever his name is. And he's a jackass. I mean, you know, they get all kinds of bent out of shape. Oh, no. It's not accurate. Is that that he shouldn't be saying that? And it is accurate, because I say it within the realm that is the proper realm. I say it on a week to week basis. You have surpassed the UFC as the past ratings for regular bugsy shows. Now, look, I'm not talking about the universe where a Canelo fight a triple G what are those fights? Or if the fight never happened, but a few he had for Joshua. That's at the universe. But as far as and you guys do pretty damn big, beautiful versus when you go on those big pay per view cards. But I'm talking about on a week to week basis. You have you have leap as boxing with the rates, listen, the people that get mad shouldn't get mad at me for tone what I see because it's a simple formula. It's not that freaking complicated. You're putting on competitive fights. Every week you know you're going to get a good competitive fight with a favor. Could easily lose. And it's on a regular basis where a guy with 5 laws of 6 laws. It's not a dead sentence. Like it is in boxing. Those guys have learned how to fight. And what it means is they can compete with anybody in a freaking world. And they do. And the problem would the problem with boxing is that these networks with their promoters, the promoters really the network is like a sugar daddy for the promoter. It's kind of I ate to talk that plane in that honest about it. And that rural about it. I'm sorry. And I know people are going to be all pissed off at me. And that's okay. Won't be the first time getting line. But they go and they sell what themselves in a way that they connect with the promoter and the promoters put on a's versus B's. The house fighter would the opponent. And most of the time you know how that's going to end. Not only the house fight is going to win, but it's not going to be competitive. And people get tired of that. People don't want to go to a movie when they know what the end is going to be before the movie starts. So they get tired of it. And what do they do? They go to the UFC. So I just wanted, I was just wondering if you agree with that and what your thoughts were. Yeah, you're a 100% right. And listen, at the end of the day, you and I both love the sport of boxing. But you and I are both brutally honest about all the problems with the sport of boxing. And everything that you're saying is reality and these guys don't want to hear reality. The truth of the matter is we have the largest pay per view provider on earth. And when you talk about showtime, showtime is a very, very small universe. You know what I mean? Those guys, showtime, and all these cord cutters now, not a lot of people have showtime. So when these flights happen, they're on a lot of people that are watching them. I'm on ESPN. You know? And there's a big difference. And you're absolutely right. Every week we put on fights with the best versus the best in the world. And many times, the massive underdogs in this sport win, which means a Pena. Fun. Exciting. You know, you get these holy shit moments. And more importantly, it makes it very fun to bet on too. So I agree with everything you're saying without sounding like we're smashing the sport of boxing. We all love it. David, bugs in my life. I've been in almost, you know, sometimes I hesitate to say it, but almost 50 years of my life. I don't know what hesitate because I'm embarrassed by it. It's been good to my family. It's been good to me. I love boxing. It's my life. But you have to, you have to tell the truth. And you know what? All these problems, teddy are why we've been able to overcome boxing and beatboxing. I saw this shit over 20 years ago. I saw all the problems. And I wanted to change, you know, everything that I thought they were doing wrong in boxing with the way that we ran the UFC. You know, for the years that I had the platform and ESPN, I'm not putting a metal on myself. I got paid to do a job. But at the end of the day, I had a choice to make. Do the job get my paycheck. Get the figure out of there. Or, you know, once in a while, try to help to support it because you're in that position where you can do it. A little bit, a little bit, no hero stuff over here. But I went to Congress and I interviewed, I went to Senate and Congress I interviewed senator McCain to try to get a national commission. Where all the other majors have. To get some accountability with these promoters. To be able to just make things a little better for the fighters and for the fans where you wouldn't just have one or two power brokers in a position where now it's probably three or four. But in a position where not really caring about the sport, they only came about their little piece of territory. Not to support all. Now you listen, you're in an advantageous position. You know, I've called you a dictator before. Not a bad dictator. You know, not a guy that chops heads off or anything like that. But sometimes we need a dictator. Not literally probably not. But I get it. I get it. But at the end of the day, you know, you could call parents dictators. If they're a good parent, at a certain point, they're going to be a dictator. I mean, there's got to be somebody who's in charge. And what you do is you do it obviously for yourself, but you do it for the benefit of the sport. And everyone benefits. You want the brand to that sport to be the best again. And it has become the best because you're formula because your philosophy. Because you're in charge, because you say, hey, listen. These are the fights we'll put on. We're not putting fights on that really quite frankly. Shouldn't even be sanctioned because you get those fights too often in boxing. And because of that the brand has grown. And there's so many situations in boxing where azar a national commission would be needed to just put the sport on attract that it really belongs if it's going to be the greatest sport, which I think is the greatest sport.

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Bridgewater injured in Bengals' 15-10 victory over Broncos

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Bridgewater injured in Bengals' 15-10 victory over Broncos

"Cincinnati Cincinnati had had just just enough enough offense offense to to hold hold off off the the Broncos Broncos fifteen fifteen to to ten ten the the Bengals Bengals are are eight eight and and six six Denver Denver seven seven and and seven seven the the bulk bulk of of census census points points came came on on three three field field goals goals from from rookie rookie Evan Evan McPherson McPherson two two of of them them from from beyond beyond fifty fifty yards yards Denver Denver was was in in the the red red zone zone early early in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter position position to to take take the the lead lead when when defensive defensive end end Khalid Khalid Kareem Kareem recovered recovered a a fumble fumble from from quarterback quarterback drew drew lock lock lock lock and and entered entered the the game game one one starter starter teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater suffered suffered a a head head injury injury Bridgewater Bridgewater had had the the function function of of all all extremities extremities but but was was taken taken to to the the hospital hospital for for further further examination examination Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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The Teddy Roosevelt Speech That Makes Liberals Lose Their Minds

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 7 months ago

The Teddy Roosevelt Speech That Makes Liberals Lose Their Minds

"Did you ever hear about the famous essay that Teddy Roosevelt wrote? Let me quote from it. He wrote it in 19, it was a speech. He gave in 1907. Listen to this. Here are Teddy Roosevelt's words. In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else. For it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed or birthplace or origin. But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet and American and nothing but an American. There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language. And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people. That's why they hate Teddy Roosevelt. You imagine saying that in 2021, oh my gosh. But what Mike lindell has been through would be a walk in the park compared to anybody who dared say, we have one flag, we have one language, if you're an immigrant, assimilate. Oh my gosh, they'd lose their minds.

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Theodore Roosevelt Statue in NYC Covered Ahead of Move to North Dakota Museum

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 7 months ago

Theodore Roosevelt Statue in NYC Covered Ahead of Move to North Dakota Museum

"This Teddy Roosevelt statue thing is just so infuriating. I was just reading about the other night I was, I don't know why when I heard they're literally covering up the statue like idiots like little like we're a bunch of little babies. We don't want your eyes to be exposed to the Teddy Roosevelt statue because of George Floyd. Okay. So they've got it all covered up now with tarps and scaffolding and they're going to relocate it to North Dakota. You know how big that statue is? You know how many well, look what we're in the middle of the prison fellowship campaign. You know how many Christmas presents and works good things that would do for people? The cost of relocating a statue like the Teddy Roosevelt statue from New York to what North Dakota all that just cost a couple $100, right? Whether you use UPS or FedEx. Morons. Every last one of them. And I was reading about I mean, Teddy Roosevelt's father of the U.S. Navy. I mean, he came from a wealthy family, but shorta had a and of course he's the cousin. He was the cousin of Franklin Franklin Delano

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Woke Mob Wants to Cancel Teddy Roosevelt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | 7 months ago

Woke Mob Wants to Cancel Teddy Roosevelt

"Wow, what a difference 80 years has made. This is December 7th, 2021. It is the 80 year anniversary of Pearl Harbor and of course, Franklin del nor Roosevelt shepherded the nation through that very difficult chapter and I see a headline with the name Roosevelt in it that just seems for me to sum it up just sums up how unfit so many of our leadership really, really is today. The American museum of natural history is a place I have visited many times in my life. One of the joys of living in New York part time is to visit the museums and the restaurants and the theater and the just all the cultural things that New York City has to offer for 80 years. Enormous statue of Theodore Roosevelt has stood on the front steps of the American museum of natural history. Well, the woke crowd decided. They don't like it. It's a glorified, I think they say, I think it's colonialism. And. So they're taking it down. They're going to remove it. But it's not enough to remove the statue, the tribute to Teddy Roosevelt. That started receiving mounting frenzied opposition, particularly after George Floyd's murder, and I'm just trying as the New York Post described it. I'm trying to kind of connect the dots. Let's see. George Floyd dies in Minneapolis, let's take down the statue of Teddy Roosevelt. I mean, honest to goodness, will you make an effort to connect those dots

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Chiefs keep AFC West lead with 22-9 victory over Broncos

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Chiefs keep AFC West lead with 22-9 victory over Broncos

"The the Kansas Kansas City City Chiefs Chiefs never never trailed trailed in in their their twenty twenty two two to to nine nine win win over over the the Denver Denver Broncos Broncos chiefs chiefs quarterback quarterback Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes scored scored on on a a ten ten yard yard run run to to open open with with the the TV TV on on their their first first possession possession but but that that was was Kansas Kansas city's city's only only offense offense of of touchdown touchdown G. G. safety safety Dan Dan Sorenson Sorenson returned returned an an interception interception for for seventy seventy five five yards yards in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter to to cap cap the the chiefs chiefs scoring scoring that that was was one one of of two two interceptions interceptions thrown thrown by by Broncos Broncos quarterback quarterback teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater Greg Greg Echlin Echlin Kansas Kansas city city

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Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

"The the Broncos Broncos used used two two quarterbacks quarterbacks and and got got two two interceptions interceptions from from a a rookie rookie corner corner to to defeat defeat the the Chargers Chargers twenty twenty eight eight thirteen thirteen both both teams teams are are tied tied for for second second place place in in the the AFC AFC west west with with Las Las Vegas Vegas all all at at six six and and five five teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater ran ran eleven eleven yards yards for for one one touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and drew drew lock lock threw threw a a one one yard yard for for another another in in the the fourth fourth that's that's our our ten ten picked picked off off Justin Justin Herbert Herbert in in the the end end zone zone then then grabbed grabbed a a tipped tipped ball ball and and ran ran seventy seventy yards yards to to the the house house just just sealed sealed the the deal deal Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Have to care from somebody. You always have something to be grateful for, and sometimes we have to concentrate on that something that we have, rather than the things we might not have at that moment. We love you. Yes, well said, and remember that the best things in life are free. You don't need to have a lot of material stuff or money to go out and change someone else's life with a random act of kindness. And I will echo a teddy set about the fans in that. When I get messages from you guys, honestly, I tell them my wife laughs all the time 'cause I'm like, oh, I'm so emotional reading this. Listen how kind this person is to me. They don't even know me. They don't know what a difference these things make. The nice comments, not so much, but I will say that some of the fans are not nice. It means a lot and it never ever. We never take it for granted. I never read comments and think like, I can't be bothered to reply and so thank you to everyone. I hope you guys do have a great Thanksgiving and we appreciate you like teddy said. And one of these days, I promise you, we're gonna do a live event, and we're gonna get to meet a lot of you guys. Maybe they're in Vegas or New York and we'll do it up right now. You know what I just found out? I just found out that I meant to tell you and rob. So now I don't have to send you a text. And I don't have to send a phone call. I'm really, we two things real real time here. We do it from the cuff and from here. And we just do it. I just found out it looks like ESPN and a great Charlie monaghan who does the directing for a lot of their parks in their big fights. On the road and stuff and all the UFC stuff it does an unbelievable job. It looks like they're gonna have me going out there to cover our friend Poirier and aloe Vera title fight on December 11th out in Vegas. That'll be a good one. Oh, that's gonna be a great event. I can't wait. I'm so nervous though I don't. There's a part of me that is like I'm fighting myself, I'm so nervous when I'm like, oh my God, how many weeks left? I'm already getting butterflies. I want, obviously, Dustin pores, our friend. And you know, I don't have to tell you. You know when you have a friend fighting, it's like, yeah, it's exciting, but it's hopefully gets the win. And then you can really celebrate and feel the wave of anxiety lifted from your shoulders. But yeah, that's that's gonna be a good one. You know what I said to him? He told me about this on a great Ariel helwani show. He talked about he said, you know, the Hawaii brought up how he's Friends with you and me and how he comes on the show and blah, blah, blah, and he's talking about and he goes, you know, yeah, I just got a text from teddy the other day in training camp. And this was a while ago because the other day in real time now is whatever month ago whatever it was. And he sent me a short and sweet text and he said to me, one more mountain to climb. To ensure a view for a lifetime. Yep. And he said, that's just, you know, that's what it is, because the view for a lifetime is having a world title. And of course, you've had an internal title. He's beaten a great, he's beaten a great, famous Conor McGregor twice, but now there's one thing left to have a world title. And as much as we respect all of her, don't get us wrong, we do. We know of course. That's why we're nervous. We don't have that guy. How dangerous that guy is? And to get the title, the title that he's been able to so long Poirier as we say, he's going to really have to earn it from this guy. We believe you will. But we also know that it will be. It won't be any easy one. No layups in the UFC, and it's not surprising to me that the team at the UFC. Those guys are first class about everything. The way they treat us, I mean, even the head of PR there is invited me out to the apex when I'm gonna be out there for some of these smaller fights, which is forever grateful, but I'm not surprised that Dana and the team over they want you at the events. I don't know how much I'm twisting it takes for them to get the powers that be over ESPN to greenlight it, but I'm sure if it was up to the UFC, they'd have you there at every event as they should, being the voice of MMA. But I get out there. The first thing I hear, the, you know, you think it's either going to be boxing, right? Or again, you don't have to be the major question. It's got to be the boxing or UFC MMA stuff I hear. Nope. Nope, tell Ken, good luck in the next maritime. And tell rob. Okay. All right. That's fun. Same thing happened to me at the New York marathon every single cop at the start line. Tell teddy, we said hello. Tell teddy. I'm like, all right, guys, let me focus on this race. Oh, but that's refreshing it, like, honestly, it makes me feel slightly embarrassed and humbled to like that anyone would even recognize me. It's never ever lost on me. Anytime someone takes the time to say hello to me, especially if they recognize me from the show. I'm just like, there's a part of me that starts to get choked up inside where I'm like, guys, I'm just like you. I'm just, I'm just sharing teddy was just nice enough to let me share my thoughts with him on the podcast and thank you again for allowing me to be your partner and thanks to all the fans for all the love. It's never ever lost on me and we never take it for granted. And with that, teddy, I'm gonna tell you Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone else and we'll be back with you next week. God bless you guys. Thank you..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Of me, but I see that he's landed a freaking jab pretty well. You know, I think I could figure out one out. Why is he landed so well? You know, why is he? And what is the other guy have to do to stop that freaking job from making his nose flat like teddy atlases? You know? I wasn't born. I like to opportunity to remind people I was not born with this nose. I had a very everyone used to say teddy, you had such a cute nose. The final part to this very, very interesting conversation I hope to fanfare the same way. And we love you. Can't do it without you. And if you want us to keep can you has the burden of saying this? But if you want us to keep doing this, we appreciate the hell out of you. But if you want us to keep doing that, well, then you gotta do what you gotta do and keep subscribing. Keep coming, you know, be a beard scouts. Be our guys out there that bring the army forward. I remember years ago when somebody was his name, somebody that became pretty big in the media industry. I think his name was how it started. I remember I remember you saying yell out to his army. To his army and say, get it out. You want me to say here? You like what I'm doing a little bit? Get out there. Be my army. Bring it forward. Bring it everywhere. Occupied territories. Well, I knew he called himself the king of all media and I'm gonna hear by dub teddy king of all combat. If you want to hear from the king of all calls that it will make up some t-shirts the combat army help us spread the word, tell your Friends, share the links, leave comments. I know it seems repetitive and petty. But honestly, the only way we get the stick around and help offset some of the expenses of putting this show on is to have advertisers and sponsors and those guys care about numbers. It's just a numbers game. So if you're watching and you're not a subscriber, please subscribe to YouTube subscribe to the podcast link. The show's not over, but it's just worth saying like please, we appreciate you guys like teddy said, and it helps us get better. The more resources we have, the more things like a fight plan we can do. We would love to at some point do a live event maybe in the days leading up to a big heavyweight UFC or heavyweight boxing match and maybe have a live audience and do some Q&A and I know that people write in questions all the time. But it could be a good opportunity for us to connect with some of the fans and having sponsors that support the show allows us to do and entertain those kind of those kind of events. We'd love to do it. So please keep subscribed. I mean, keep commenting, sharing the links, everything you do, we appreciate it. We know who the hardcore guys are and we love you guys. Yeah, and I've just put a little tiny cap on at it's haunted too because kind of set everything that needed to be said. But and it's appreciated. Be our soldiers. Everybody needs soldiers. The soldiers are the ones that get things done. Be our soldiers to the extent that you are already thank you. We love you. And the final part is for me to sum up this this fight. Is to go and what's next. See, that's the question to end this, not to leave you guys yet. What's next? Before you before you talk about what's next for Crawford, I just want to give a shout out to one.

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:27 min | 8 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"The likes that demon, all right, we're about to go out. Okay, I'm going to accept that again. I've been a fight. You know, it's different. In a fart, I'm going to but that can be wrong. I'm going to do whatever I can. I'm, you know, we've been competitive, but we talk about the code. You can't really have this code in the gym. I'm not going to let my body moms break or anything like that. But there's still that code where I'm not probably going to get in that position very often because I am going to have this code we talk about and I'll probably prevented most of it from even getting that date. So, you know what I mean like it. But let me put it this way again. When we talk about training and preparation in the gym, especially for this, we know this is his move. You've got to remember this is he has not only done this to people in the gym a million times and they've always tapped. He did this to professional fighters fighting for their life, fighting for their career. And again, you know, they want to have this code, and he still was successful with him and tap them all out. Whoever he's putting up in position, I guarantee you jiu-jitsu matters, whatever it is, you know, I guarantee if he's putting that big money people can tell you they've got out. And now, I could probably say nothing, especially how deep it was. So you did a good job to get that data. But in preparation, we literally, again, you got to prevent these submissions from getting to that position. But on the top of a guy where, you know, I am going to prepare for every situation I can, you know, where I feel like I'm going to go. So I might be in the deepest guillotine ever. So I was literally drilling these positions in a guillotine that time. Maybe not we're going to Ortega. Again, this is Ortega is probably the best in the world. It literally moved. He's going to have guys in the gym and I'm going to tell them give me the guillotine. I'm like, not want to deeper. Like, I'm going to get them to do with the deepest skeleton they can start from that position, then try and get out. Try and find the angle. As I told you, you're pushing the hips, get up and get my butt up, changing angle, little things like that. So I've been uncomfortable where I feel like we are choking and I made the space to get out of that choke. So I put myself in these positions a lot. And again, that's the type of guy I am, even when we talk about cardio and all that type of stuff, I put myself in the darkest of places in the gym. Again, you know, I'm not going to I'm not going to go missing. I'm not going to hire from putting myself in a very, very uncomfortable. You know, there's no pain like fatigue pain, you know what I mean? There's not bad in the gym. I get more nervous. He's a good way of putting it. I get more nervous for my training session than I do for my flight. Because I know in some of the sessions we do, my coaching like my team, I'm going to go to breaking point. I'm going to get there. Because we put ourselves in this position. It's not, or can we prevent us from getting tired, man? Training sessions we are going to do you are going to get fatigued. But how are you going to do under that fatigue? How are you going to, you know, I used to fight for your positions. Are you still going to get into trying to improve your position? Are you still going to stay in the fight? You know, you're going to do what you can do to keep going. You know what I mean? No matter how broken you are. So these are the tops of positions we put ourselves in the gym. And I'll be honest, there's a lot of people that don't want to do that. Because again, it's very uncomfortable. And I'm doing this for 8 weeks straight, you know what I mean? Like, every week, it's not easy, but you know, you want to be in the best in the world. And again, I am not the most athletically gifted person in the world. But I'm the type of person for preparation and, you know, knowledge, you know, that type of stuff, you know, I'm gonna try and get as whatever advantage I can. And I'm gonna put it all together. You know what I mean? And when I say put it all together, that doesn't mean technique. We talk a technique and blending them techniques together, putting a puzzle in front of them. Everything, you know, changing your rhythm, fighting off me, you know, you name it. I am going to do all these types of things. Have the cardio. Look after my body. You know what I mean? And, you know, try and stay composed and have that, you know, they have the right mentality. You know all this preparations that you could do in training, you know, even through life experiences and everything that can really make you a warrior top of guy that can have the mentality to be in these positions and still say no, not today. I'm going to keep going, you know what I mean? That's the type of guy I am. That was almost like the final the final question on the exam is like you said you put yourself in all these positions. Okay, here's the final exam boom, you're in it, and there's no Tapping. You're in it and you're in a deep and the lights are on. And I mean, I just can't stress to you enough how much I enjoyed your answer and how much I enjoyed watching you get out of that because I watch it with my children. And when he got on, I was like, he's never getting out of that. That's so deep. That's a black belt. Whoever is training you in jiu-jitsu, I think you should have probably passed your blast black belt exam at this point. Did this guy a black belt? Please. And my last question is on my next question is how surprised were you by his toughness? Because when I saw him get up, I forget what round it was that maybe after the fourth when he looked like he was dead on the canvas. I mean, they had practically had to scrape them up. I am shocked at how tough this kid is. I mean, look, teddy and I talk about it all the time like, of course, they're tougher in the UFC. You'll never faking your way through the UFC. You have to be tough as a prerequisite. But my God, he took he took some punishment. How surprised were you when he just kept coming back for more? That might. I was very surprised. So we're going through that, especially that third round. You got to say the first two rounds, you know, things are obviously going my way. I had, as I told her, I had a puzzling friend of him and I could see. I could even see even in the first round second round here like obviously I wasn't doing the damage that I did in the, you know, maybe the third and the fourth. But I could say that the puzzle that I was following in front of him and you know, he was trying to keep up and he's trying to get rates and he just couldn't keep up. And I could see, you know, you know, to see his brain really, really having dramas with this. Like, having problems and uncomfortable wasn't even getting punched at the time when he was still uncomfortable, purely because he was struggling to keep up and find out what was happening in front of you. What's going on? What's your phone at me? Easy phone. He's not following. You know, while he's adjusting to what I read, I'm making him pay every time he thinks he's doing the right adjustment. Little things like that. So things weren't going his way. And then you go into that rent, and he gets me to the deepest guillotin. He's probably ever put anyone in a fight..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"But if you're lucky most people get maybe they won't get one chance to go to the luggage to represent your country and these bombs we're gonna rob you like that. So we got all the way to the meadow matches and then dr wu his his group of bandits. They had enough. They had enough so we will go in for the evening session and all of a sudden there's a bunch of a bunch of security guys. I guess i e security guys surrounded me impossible woods. Please do not sit there. Please follow us out of the premises. Bob cohen fights night against called fights the night. So they take us into the trello. And we can't call fights so now. The head of nbc. Dig absorbs the advisable all the big shots you know molly. There's a woman volley Jim belga good. Well you know. I mean big executives. We we got. Jim bows as when he saw me. They said so. He started world's free. I know i didn't start none. I'm just. I'm just try to defend these I know so standby so he said all right. That's good here. So anyway we get into trucks. We get into the put his in a in a bus. I didn't know that. I was going to be in the department of detention bill. Would i made that comment early. I didn't know that i didn't know that. So they put us in a bus and they take a speed to produce a bob. You know whatever a couple people they take us to the what is it called the ibs. I i'd be diabetes. Anyway was the headquarters where they all were so. I walk in this episode with the smartest face. Because he's the teddy. I heard you stirred up Stirred up a few Love few feminists over there. I said They had you removed so book going over there to go into a meeting now with the head guy to see what. What could you know what's going to be told to us. Whatever whatever so. I see dick dick. I teddy review you guys. Go a come on. Come on let's take a walk as hey take they. I don't care if they we only have two days left to we. The weekend for the medal matches we had done. Like papa said we had already done two hundred seventy fights so here we are the ad i said thank you don't want i don't care they throw me out of here. Come hang out here with joke. You've got all catered food. You got starbucks down the hallway. I got here with you. And he catered food and go get cappuccinos and maybe flow lead. Tell you so digs lamp. And he put his on rosh steady teddy single. Come on so we take a walk. We walk and i was. I got to go with a toll to these guys. I just talk to you. I i you know i signed up to do this. He goes to favor going side. Gotta go in there. You gotta talk. you know. they're will in there so we go in there and you didn't see what it was. They they had to go. They they said the right thing teddy. Was there by you all right if you don't if you don't want to do no more that you know what we're first of all would would never let you go back there which the back of the room like. They tried to say they could go to rich touch. I wasn't a author rigs. i'd have to be a beggar. Is if well not doing that. Said no. We wouldn't never let you asked you to that. Never either will either. We're going to do something or we're gonna walk. Watch was shut down all the platforms everything as mbc cnbc the internet. Whatever was shut them all down. We'll that's if we just did two weeks box of we will do the battles walk away..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"He being whole with this fits and that's what they meant for me was. He was jabber for the right distance again. He had long rum's if he would've just step back three inches and started his jam for that position. He might ahead on fight he might have because then he would have the jets to win the war and want to jeb war. Well you're dictating your urine charge a little bit you're dictator. You'll control the pace. The rhythm of the fight. You know the direction of to fight. And he didn't. He didn't use that jab at the right distance for me. And i'd strickland. Did strict with cottages range used a jab to set up again geography strickland also shoulders dimensions. Where he got he was able to win that space as these talks. The great daniel coordinate talks about way way was able to pin. It was able to pin all up against the fence of against the cage and control them get his hands on. It will get inside. Control them because whole understood that he was better. Strictly was betta if it wound up going to the mat so he forced stricklin enforce hall into a position of having to spend time just survived it and we spending time just surviving. You'll fall of behind on the cards. Know you'll fall in behind on carts and besides full buying on cards while you allow you pointed to gather momentum to get stronger in order to get that cell that get that the two sales it for the oldest stretch because he's a control and strictly was a good draw draw and It was it was a good job. He you know he. He really control that fight. I thought he made one mistake to strategically. Where can annoy of your with me on this one but was a point. I can't remember where it was a little later. In the fight where he heard again he was used a jeb. His to set the table look deep with the right and he heard hall. He had a whole hurt standing striking and he went for the gas. He went for the shoot on the same thing. Like what were you thinking. What are you doing like you went for the shooed elizardo. Only he knows why did it but for me he would have been better served to stay on his feet continue with his hands. Strike it and i felt that that mobley at a real good shot to get out of there to to win by knockout of but he went for the you know we went to get him to the mat. He went for the shoot. And and i think at the end of the day that kind of blew the chance that he adds to the no couch and kind of allowed all to survive that molin. Yeah i agree at the end of the day. Once again the ufc. Even sometimes i call these fight night cards like stay busy cards even in the cards where i view them as like. Maybe this won't be as good. The card always lives up to expectations. They delivered all the fights. Were entertaining the guys like we said before everyone. There is so tough. I mean everyone's tough. It's like a prerequisite like don't even show up if you're not tough because you're going to you all and you know the one thing i what added there is that he's a rate of fan baby. Wear the jersey. i saw teddy junior. Had a jersey made up on social media. He had assurance said strickland. Teddy junior in the equipment guys sent him a raiders. Game jersey to us a little bit jealous..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"It's all good as you would say so takes heavy step back again. Entices the polar to make a decision to paula could awaited you all and stayed on brown with a feet up trying to protect yourself scampered away a little bit waited to get a look but she felt like okay. She's given me room. It safe and i'll start to get up and she was wrong because she went right into despite his web right into the trap. We have buys know exactly what she was hoping to get to got to start to get up and she wasn't that far out to his right in that light in that that area where she could come right back with a split second with a cake at bank. Catcher catcher vulnerable cut a wide open whereas he's gotta heads out getting self taking. He's got them all but they get in safe and it wasn't safe. What is set up. And i wanted to walk. Walk through and talk through it to give that credit that it was kind of set up that you have to be cognizant of all the things i just touched on being calm place being common up to recognize that she pioneered that. Did i go back just enough. We're close enough. Because she goes back a little too far she was getting quick enough so she goes back just enough to to to thanks to sell that. She's safe to sell your safe got room. You got enrolled to get up and close enough at the same time to instantly kick without the waste of a split second with. She could get it in before she defended before the bala could see comedy and get back into position just really break. What is we. We had a lot of setups. You know to talk about from saturday night and now was one thousand other one really really well done. Tell me what a trainer at to say he wanted to. He wanted me to tell you the difference. She's an amazing girl was so proud of retail. Teddy we worked with the left high. Kick all camp because their opponents slipped ahead to the outside and all when our opponents the cross. She won't bring her hand back to her face but but would drop it to her hip. We knew the head kick was available. We just didn't know it was there was about was going to happen on a stand up so that's basically the kick they've been looking for the day. They noticed tendencies in the opponent so he wanted me to share that with you so no no listen. I'm glad you did. I'll tell you why because it kind of answers. The question of why she was able to instantaneously make the decision on that and get it off so smoothly so confidently and so quickly because it was in..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"I'm doing good thanks to flying solo over here and the people could've seen what we've gone through the last twenty minutes who would may the world's greatest blue book real look serious to be honest which i mean. I am helpless i am. It's amazing. thank god. I know a little something about fighting and i've i've worked very hard to do that and it's just amazing how bad i am at this stuff. I mean for me rob. Just get me through. I'm ready to put him up for like some kind of award. You know who we need to the podcast awards production in my mind. I want to put them up so size one. Because i it's just i had no here. I am thanks to have walked me through this. I got nobody here for the people listening. If we had a behind the scenes camera on the both of us with our reading glasses on trying to figure out how to get the zoom working on teddy's phone and record it and it's been a production but we're here and we're here not just a taco boxing but to talk about ufc. And for the first time. I don't think we've discussed the beleta fight but we're going to discuss a fight teddy. I was inundated inundated with messages of people telling me to watch this. Aj makishi pit bull fight and just so the fans. No i watch everything. We only have so much capacity but this one had so much pas and we did get so many incoming requests in the fight was so good that we we were on the fence about recording this week but two fights lived up to expectations this weekend. And we're here. And i appreciate you for doing it teddy. I love your t-shirt. We've got a lot to talk about about olympic boxing. And all that goes with it so we've got a lot to cover today. Yeah we do. Listen we're always going to be there for the fans as long as they opened the door to us. Their living rooms tools that kitchens to us there caused to us have phone scores wherever they may be on learning. You could be anywhere because i'm learning this stuff. Travels travels a little bit. And all i can tell you. I was so embarrassed a little bit. You know amongst fridge. You don't have to be embarrassed. But the so inept at try to get on an rob walk me true. I had to say to my man. Can you know i did. I did pass biology in in high school. I was smart in a suit. I feel like from a golf on. I'm smart things. I'm not like i'm stupid. Something go trying to get on this thing but we're here. Thank god and the the bella tool. I one of my audience. Colleagues and friends is the director of bella. Twenties as me for years literally can for years. Please please. I love your podcast. It's getting bigger and bigger and everyone's talking about all fighters watch it and everybody the offense even togo and and i was just overwhelmed..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Five ninety eight ninety nine percent odd ready for this fight against a dangerous guy a dangerous guy vile who can still punchy can't fight but he could still punch. I mean he. He comes up short a lot of dimensions of fight. But you know and of course you know in his behavior after five with all the excuses and all that stuff. I mean that. That wasn't good but as far as getting down to the nitty gritty. Getting down to the facts getting down you know just to just to what happens in a ring and the physical aspects of it. He can punch like hell. You can't play games. She can't beat ninety eight percent. You can't be anything but a hundred percent when you're fighting a guy that dangerous and get. If i was to trader. I might have waited. I waited too. I waited to the year. Yeah people go crazy. I don't care. I don't care if that's what i felt i needed. You know what to get a full good clean camp. Yeah that's what i might have done. But whatever i think i think there's explanations fall and understand the conspiracy theories i understand all of that. You know i get it. I get all of it. I gave you my feeling about all of it and hopefully that that satisfies people out there in some way. You know that needed to his something. Maybe from you know somebody in the business that could talk on experience with such things and at least what my thoughts would be. well thanks for doing that teddy. I appreciate it guys. We have an exciting interview with dust. Emporia coming up in the next few days in addition to talking to dustin about the fight teddy breaks down some of the things that have gone on after the fight including the broken leg and some of the as some of the assertions that may be was going in with a broken leg but we gave a pretty thorough breakdown on that in all things related to the leg in that episode with dustin. So please tune in for that if you're interested in hearing it teddy. This was a good one. I appreciate all your input. I appreciate you can just just tag that for you real quickly that i don't do this too often. You guys know we put up as footfall. It always we try to. We try to with everything we do. and try to to the right thing off the sport for you guys in touch on all the things with these interviews on all things we touched on some very interesting things with dustin. Who's not only great champion but a great human being but an honest human being and we touched on some some things that. I don't think you'd normally would hear him to be quite frank. You would normally hear the and He's such a champion. Such not as sky when i approached it to him. He does what he does he goes he goes forward. He goes forward and he he deals with it and he says what he believes and i think that it was a very interesting and in some ways powerful interview that people will. That's for sure. Well teddy thank sir. Thanks for doing this guys. Thanks for being with us. Please as always subscribe to the show leave. Some comments share the links. We appreciate you all and we'll be back with you very soon. Take care all right guys very happy to be joined. Now by ben amana the founder and ceo of box. Raw box ause. We've discussed in the past coming out with a special teddy alice. Collaboration with number thirty six on the back thirty six minutes to make life fair ben. Nice to meet you. Welcome to the show or that means you're watching this for a long time. Since it is a novel would never say thank you. Well don't be nervous. The line looks. The new gear. Looks incredible. I love it the basketball shorts in the holidays on my favorite. It really does look great. We really good feedback. I think i promise. Well it's nice for bench outside of typically what we've been that. I think the same meaning behind the operations made this woman better than just a nice ups. Yeah can you talk a little bit. What the go ahead. 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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Herndon haymond right and and and arum and they all have to networks they each have got the disown. Aram's got espn of course. And then of course you've got. Pbc haven They got fox showtime so. That's this sugar daddies. That's the sugar that the networks the shoot sugar daddies. you know. that's how they do things they how they right. That's where they get their money so they're in together in this. You know that they they they have to live the and their little power and they want you you. They want you at of the ways they get. You is with undefeated records champs with titles for belts. Don't even start about two belts stop. But that's what these organizations come up with all these belts because belts look good. They give authenticity. They give validity. They take they take guzzle whistles right they gives you know a it draws you choice because you wanna see belt yeah. I'm sorry you're being used that way. I'm sorry to inform you. That way. I am i am but yeah. Yeah they they give so they keep guys so they protect you know. They protect their business. They make sure that they're in cahoots with organization. They get the belts plenty of mia belts. I have one order for you. I have a delivered right to your quicker than amazon. Really called go. Wbz wbz wbo. Now and others for them. I have get your get a bulb jiffy real quick right. Okay now what happens is they got they got you know they got to take care of the guys. So yeah you guys know the drill. You guys have been dan road. You guys have been seen as for too long with the promoters fighter. The house fighter right as always true right and again. It's not an yet fixed. Fixed is fixed by only. What did i tell you the whole sport. Boxing only has three guys loy basically he. He's he's con. I mean he he. He barely hanging on barely hanging on back. Hey ask applause. Barely the poor guy as back to fighting again. That's all you need to know. I mean he's he's listen. he's done great things us a great fighter. All that stuff really had a big moment there with the promoting and stuff but once he loves canal. he's you know he's working on fumes. So you've got these you got these streak is only three guys that have controls and so has it fixed. Well a judge knows that if the right guy doesn't win a fight to promote his guy they work no more. Yeah you heard it. There's a way to keep them from work yet. There is there. is these powerbrokers. They can say we don't attach. We want other charges. Which ones the ones that a little friendlier little friendly friendlier you know. So the certain guys is certain guy that they they know everyone not everyone but a lot of them that they understand that. There's only three places to basically that are controlling the whole business of boxy working. You know with tv. We're big fights with meaningful fights fights where they could get paid right. We'll fights where it's got some some punch to it if you will so they understand. That's not a lot so they understand that of when they're working. That's the only guys that are going to be really bringing fights to tb. There's no one else that said so if you get on their bedside there's no other side to get on you got guys. There's no other side that said that said those are the those three kings of your will. The kingmakers the powerbrokers right and they. They control everything. So so futile. Make them happy if dead guy does a win for that that work. You might not work again where you can go. That says way you're gonna go so it doesn't have to be an envelope it's understood it's understood that you don't do the right thing. Hey you know what you might not be there. No more right. And there's guys that due to the right thing but this guys had fallen into this their advice because might be very. Well be one of those guys. Not the smartest guy not to brand that. Because that's how cocky people get when they used to get away with things you know that can when people used to getting away with things and they don't get their slapped and box and nobody gets risks slop. We just talked about it. You you get arrogant. You could stupid to cal. You started big joe above the law. You've heard all those terms you with the politicians. They do things because they're above the law that you can't hurt them. You can't get to them so this guy instead of making it a little bit more believable you make some will eleven. Because he's cocky son of a gun arrogant. He's he so used to get they. All he knows is he's gotta take care of his guy. He's gotta take care he's got woody gotta do now. It's either that or it's incompetence. But i'm gonna argue. Who could be that incompetent. Who i'm gonna make a scenario. Only scenario i could buy can the only scenario i could buy for that. It was incompetence that he never judged to fight if he'd never judge ovalles. Well gee judge a champion survival of all the title okay. Teddy calm down. Calm down dead calm down. You're right. I got you but we just make it scenarios. That's all we're doing now. If he happened to be a guy that never judge to fight before and he came from another sport that say soccer. Maybe this is i fight. Maybe he's thinking hey and sake you're not allowed to use itself penalty. You're not allowed to use yan's about so. I'm gonna penalize miss costano because he uses his hands on the not so if you go down and maybe i could accept that if he was a saga judge before he never judged a fight before i could get the incompetence on which but no no. This is the championship fight for all the marbles for the belts even for about so my but anyway it's for these trinkets right whatever that makes everyone happy and allows the business to go. The way goes he. He did fights before so he can't be that incompetent kenny. So what is it. That corruption subbed corrupt. Something along the lines of what i just gave you an exploit. So to the fans out there to seventy five percent. That i get it i get it because when a guy when a germ like vazquez says one seventeen one you say here we go again with being host here we go again here. We go again. They're taken care of the house guy here. We go but no because the other guys got it right is still takes a majority and the other guys got it right and it was. It was either draw very very very close. But what got you guys arms. That made you go crazy to say no. No he is because of what vasquez state. Because you were reacting to that you were reacting to be in hurt for so many years being just bangor over that banged over the head by these damn judges and grill. It's not right and you reacting to that can and you're and right away you you're fighting back and you're not getting a chance to really satan..

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"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"teddy" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"Welcome to the fight with teddy atlas presented by dynamic striking. I'm ken reid joined as always by boxing hall of famer and legendary trainer the teddy atlas. Teddy how you doing. You're to kind. You're to kind of always so nice to me. My friend brother. I loved so nice to me. I thank you for that. It's always nice to be loved and it's appreciated. We need love. we need love to exist. Everyone should have a friend like you. People don't people people outside of our world don't understand what a good friend you are who shade that and appreciate your friendship. And i appreciate that. The fans allow us to do some that. We love really because we can't do it without the fans you guys decide to disclose it up closes up with you. It's up to you guys. It's up to you guys and so far you've been telling us keep going keep going keep going keep going and keep going and We'll we'll over thirty three million downloads. I just learned. That word from rob rob taught me that downloads. Thirty three million downloads. Sounds good. We downloaded thirty. Three million. Whatever the hell that means it's a lot and you know so it's because of the fans they allow us to talk about sub we have a passion for something that we care about and something that obviously they care about and they ask us they ask us to They ask us to clear things up to to report to them. And that's what we're doing. We're reporting to offense and we appreciate jazz. Goes to report to you. We appreciate that you all again that you that. You're part of our one hundred eighty five thousand subscribers and growing towards one million. And if you could do that would be what you've ever will we love. We love those lionised along those lines. Everyone is dying to know your thoughts on brian. Castanos big win the new uncrowned champ at one fifty four. He won't be officially recognized. Unfortunately buff for me. He's the uncrowned champ. I thought he'd be charl. I could've lived with a draw. If if if two three judges headed fourteen fourteen. I could have lived with that nelson. Vaz's quiz i think that's his name. Seventeen eleven he had the ron. He only gave three rounds to costano. I'm dying to hear your thoughts on this. We haven't spoken about it. Break it down for us. Everyone wants can you know when you use to work when you open this up and you so caused sisley. You're being bryant right now you are. You're you're being innate you being bryant without even knowing your bryant may be of so like you probably know should pray it all the time but donald you there was back in the fifties there was an uncrowned maybe it was the forties fifties the great historians out. There look up like people like mike selva. Who called me up watching our program. Has he's one of the greatest stories a boxing and say i fifty fifty one forty nine. Whatever but billy graham billy. Graham was dion crowd champ. He was a he was known as the uncrowned champ. I was kid gavilan. ninety four. i think. I'm not positive. And they felt that he got robbed obviously and they call them the young crown champ. Billy graham billy graham listen. Those does one differences of view differences in. This is a great way to describe it and get people's attention into attached to history When is history too attached to it but and it goes to show you that robberies if they all robberies have just started now even though i talk about him so much now and how horrific it is for the sport robberies how how does how debilitating it is to support you know chases fans away. You know it. It takes away the integrity. I mean people. Talk about. Pete rose i think you should be an all baseball Segue over the place. But that's all right. I get back to the right place eventually. But and i know where i'm going. I think anyway where people rose because of the gambling. They won't let them at all because it took away the integrity of the game. What about bed decisions. I mean it's always taken away and so we band. Pete rose right. I think he should be an all al-fayed just purely for what he did. You know for breaking over four thousand head said being a the head king. I do forget about what kind of person he is about i. He's been punished enough just purely purely purely for his accomplishments as baseball. Play on diamond i dig. He belongs in there. But i get it. You can't have people gambler in a game the integrity of the game. You have to. You have to have an eye rule about that and is showing that because they will destroy the well. Why can't we have an eye in thinking rule of sorry. I didn't tell you about it when it comes to boxing. Where if you get bad judges we've had plenty of. We've had plenty of all my goodness we've where you ban that from the game. We bad pete rose to great rose. Well these judges have never done anything. Great like pedrals has never come close to doing anything. Great like a given what he's given to the sport i know he made those. I get it to mistakes but no one has. None of these judges have come. Close to giving thing the way that pete rose has given and had given to his sport. And you know what these judges should be bad. Some of the bad guy like him bad. Now i'm gonna take turn that you didn't expect you didn't expect thoughts but i i gotta finish on this vasquez. That's his name was seventeen. What eleven batum bad him. I i have no more patient. Young teddy suspect batum the attention. Maybe you're bad him but why somebody says made me go to the ban because it's just so long that we've talked about that. Nothing's happened is like having a bad kid. You know if you don't stop punish them you don't start making them accountable at a certain age. Guess what it gets worse..

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