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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Jim knows how to make it fun for kids right. When you're three years old guinea jujitsu should be more about playing games when you're there and you learn a little bit of jujitsu and things like that but you know bowing on the mat running around and some of the martial arts Respect things like that but I'd say when they start really picking it up. i mean. I was happy with getting involved in eight. You know we had to be afraid of not getting too serious about getting burnt out as well to as they get older. So there's always a fine line with every cato. It depends from kid to kid on how soon as you get involved in it if this show interest to it that's the most important thing didn't get him involved. You know what i plan on doing. Just have my son around practice. Sees what i do. I'm having fun. i'm doing it. Maybe he wants to jump in if he doesn't then you me do anything else to do. Whatever he wants to get involved in or supported so just kinda give them the opportunity to be introduced it any opportunity music baseball wrestling's jitsu wherever may be great stoff. Tj and what. Do i know his young yet here. But what about as far as discipline goes you. Time out guy spanker. How does discipline kind of work with you. And is that different than the discipline. Style you grew up with my sons never been spanked. Which is definitely different than i grew up. You know. it's just a different time. You know we. We've had some time outs. no with me. I gotta work on myself just like making sure that i stayed calm right like not fighting fire with fire because that will never work. You know what i mean. They don't know how to control their emotions so Learning to just a he's doing attention. Just call me talk to him. Even though you're giving time out we've had a few times. Let's see we're more outside of things rather than no physical spanking. What about as as far as your bedtime routine. Are you a book reader. A storyteller lullaby guy there bedtime kinda working your house. Your mom's mainly the bedtime lady. But i definitely have my times where i'm doing bedtime. We do a little bit of everything. We do some storytime sometimes. These morning meat is making up stories firm to fall asleep. Two were definitely coddle. That's for sure he wants me. Lanes bed with him. Haven't go to sleep. Sweden have been given a bigger beds so that we can lay in there with him. You know i'd say bedtime for us. He'll go to bed his bed he sleeps. Maybe half the night music. Maybe a handful of times slip all the way through the night. But he's coming mom and dad's bed around like one or two o'clock every night here's feet slapping across the floor running from his beijing to ours on a hardwood floors so one day. I know i'll miss that noise. But they know now you're he's committed are beijing. You know but. I just know that we will see record that sound his feet slapping across the floor run into her bedroom. The i know for me one of those things. I worked a lot a midnight shifts. I work on. The railroad has a mechanic stuff. And sometimes i'd be sitting there after. I come home from work. Well everyone's sleeping. And i don't hear those footsteps and i'll turn and they'll just be standing there still like you know i don't freak me out sometimes like you know. Sometimes it's good to hear them coming. Yeah of course. of course. yeah. I mean he's a little bit of everything with with with bedtime stories songs. We used to sing to malabo news. We need a kid things going to be a little singer. He loves his thing And then you know we. I mean he's got insane amount of books. We actually got a library card. Go pick out new books all the time so easy to that a lot of really cool. What about for you tj. Here as far as i know you're still recovering from the from the surgery. What's the next fight. Lookie lights viewed. You have an opponent yet. Do you have any kind of idea on the next fight or anything else. What's coming next. I have an idea. I don't have a specific opponent yet because I'll be fine for the title. I'd say first quarter next year could be marched. I'd say the earliest But the guys that are fighting for the bill right now. My weight class are algebra's sterling. Peter yawn in there fighting october thirtieth so they fight the thirtieth and take all of november off if you start training a little bit. December get in a fight can't january february march for the world title so whoever wins that fight is who will be fighting being next year. Okay very cool. What about as far as have you had any thoughts about as far as after you're fighting career you're looking to get into broadcast and you have any kind of goals or plans for the future. After your career is over. I definitely have tons of plans in. I had things already set that. I'm doing Me.

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

06:29 min | 11 months ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Joining me now first class. Father t. j. dillashaw welcome to first-class fatherhood appreciate things all right. Let's start here. How many kids do you have how old i got one. Kid is bronx jack dillashaw. He's three and a half years old. Wow very cool it. Did you guys know what you have and when you had or did you do any gender reveal to find out or did you. Just wait till the end now. We knew we were having we couldn't we couldn't wait. You're looking forward to having a son our kids so bad that we wanted. We wanted to know in advance very cool. You guys have it anymore. You want it done. We're trying now all right. Very that's the fall apart if you could. Tj please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background. What you do yeah. My name's tj dillashaw. Professional ufc fighter to time uc bantamweight. Champion wrestled my whole life. But got into fighting trump that a grad school become physicians assistant to chase my dreams and digs it all paid off. Yeah very cool. tj. It's three three three and a half years ago now so far. How has the experience of becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. It's made me a lot softer feel like you know it's made me I'm in the gym all day. Trained to be the baddest man on the planet. But then you got a sweet little son when you get home so it's a feel like something's made me a little softer. I guess i'd say no. The first year of his life. I was in title fight after title fight and i feel like he was very dependent on mother. I didn't play as big a role but you know after that first year he You know really needed. I guess you'd say almost like a buddy dad wanna play with in and be that fun guy when it comes to walk through that door from practice in snowy start starts running at me and smile and it it just None there's nothing better. Yeah i would imagine tj. I mean like the difference or the dichotomy of of being trying to be the baddest man on the planet then coming home of being the father to a young a young child. I would imagine it's got to be a difficult balance as becoming a dad. Change you at all as a fighter has it made you rethink about. Maybe how long you'll stay in to fight game. No not really you know. I'm more motivated. Be of not so much actual fighting which is being the best in really good at it. So i'm Best my love four five days. Because i'm just really good at it. I know that i could be the best in the world that it What i've always known that you know. I'm thirty five years old now fighting forever. I guess you could say that. It has maybe joy time away from fighting more so i mean yeah i guess i am more little eager to have more time to be able to you know. Make memories for him things. Like when i grew up things i got to do vacations. I went on. And you know things that i'll never forget. I wanted to create those memories with him in maybe too busy. It's a little harder to do that. Iran yeah very cool. What would you consider tj to be the top values that you hope to instill in your son growing up. I definitely have a work ethic Number one thing my dad is still to me was how hard we should work no matter what no matter how good. You are no matter what the goal is just grinding to your. Fullest is no. There's no one in this for this going gonna work harder than me. No one's going to be in better condition than me nosing. More prepared for me when i walk in that cage. That's because something. My dad instilled in me at a very young age in our. We're we were well off. He was very successful business. But i had to work for anything i wanted. Y'all i want that guided by military vehicle add raise pigs steers growing up a male. We worked really hard to give. We wanted his wolves. I got yummy wrestling at a young age. Which any wrestlers out there. No the dedication that comes with that floor in my mind is the hardest four in the world and very few able to get the wrestling than i. I really believe they can get through anything in life. So i don't know i'll try to introduce them into every sport. Whatever he likes to do let them do that but no matter what he wants to do just make sure he works hard to for it. Yeah very well said it. How about as far as your son's reaction so far when you come home obviously you'll look a little bruised up. You come home from the fight or home from training. What's his reaction. Is he aware well aware of what you do. What kind of responses you have when he sees you come home all banged up yet. He's definitely aware of what i do is begun to some practices even during fi- camp when it come home and i got them push cut a couple of times in fight campsites stitches in my eyebrow. And you just knows in my hours. I've been walking around on crutches for the last four weeks because i had knee surgery. So he knows. I have an hour on my knee and things like that He watched was. When i first fight he watched on. Tv in the most gruesome fight. I've had i was bleeding everywhere. That a big cut my eyebrow and so when i got home he expected to see red over my i in. It wasn't there but had stitches rights. We've seen those before. But he expected to see like blood on my face and it wasn't there kind of question that but He's understands it. He's into it but it was still a kid you know he's still like even during the fight. He's off playing with his toys now. So focused on the fight like he's not old enough yet to really have that attention stanford all nobody understands it yet and obviously you know. The ufc has become one of one of the best sports in the country. Here one of the biggest sports and brazilians jitsu has taken off for. Kids has become such a big part of the culture. Now all what kind of advice do you have two parents out there. What's a good age you would recommend for. Parents get their kids involved in brasilia jitsu or training a and that type of sport yet. It's about finding the right spot. I mean i definitely wouldn't be doing much striking training. You can do like learning how to strike and things like that. But i wouldn't put my kid in any kind of sparring anything that a young age. You know I remember growing up playing football at a young age. And i don't think i'd even let him do that. I've learned so much about head. Trauma and things like that right but brazilian jiu jitsu wrestling. Any forms of striking no aren't as far Spar doing sparring heavy are great. Things get involved in. I started wrestling was eight years old. I little brother start arresting these five to help develop us become the men that we are both very hardworking men I'd taken my son jujitsu and he's three and they have kids that age in the you know it's about finding the right spot that knows how like the right..

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UFC 252 Round-Up

The Corner

05:22 min | 2 years ago

UFC 252 Round-Up

"We are talking and may more specifically talking about the UFC and UFC two, fifty two which just happened over this past weekend. dray looked it looked good on paper for the main card right. And I was like, okay, we got a nice little main card. Overall. I really thought it. disappointed. A. Wasn't. It wasn't it was some weird circumstance. Is Not, the fighters falls yes. It's not like they all wanted or tried to go to decisions or anything, but some sheet happened that made it kind of weak. So I will talk about John Dodson. Showing up in doing nothing. Mood he's gun shy told you these headed someone's wrong sums? Are you gotTa drop the weight? You know it's not it's admit this is mental. This is a one hundred percent mental Dj Rodham, his soul Shang soon them he probably I think. So something happened because remember when Dawson arrived on the scene like he knocked out Tj dillashaw the magic man, but he was everywhere. Hands hit bricks for hands fast as hell you couldn't take them down. Like he was easily the number one number two, the fastest fighter in division. Easy. Maybe the entire UFC. But now it's like he's completely gunshot. And visibility. Didn't he just? Fuck this, he had so much fun beating up on John Dasa just like tossing him around. I don't know who John Dyson it's over this drop the weight it won't matter if you don't let your hands go. Yeah. Morale was having a blast Murrah was in his quarter just like that's easy lay. This is mile in after the fight through the headdress back on he just didn't care and do we both picked us and I can't remember I definitely did. White I feel terrible and morale is going to be a problem at bantamweight. He's. If. He continues fighting like this. The way he's you know just out wrestling guys like he's on a nice little fight he streaked. Yeah and he was able to out strike Dotson granted Dotson tried too much to to throw hands I. Don't I don't know what the game plan is for Dotson Eurofighter anymore like why watch them fight I go to the Jimmy Rivera finally what's what's cleaning I? Don't think there is one. Rob. is on a firefight winning streak last lost. What's to Ricky Simon Smoke. Yeah. Okay. That makes sense. Okay I. Remember there was a submission. So young has buzzer. By the way you might have won that fight yet move rob has been dominant these past few fights but this the dots performance impressive. I. Think he could be a problem but I put more of the blame on John Dasa because something mental is going on with this man is not up to his capability. Yet Very Weird I. Can't call it he needs a sports psychologist. He's recapture some late when you don't even try to let the hands go. That's when you got a problem. So next fight, Herbert, Burns versus Daniel. Pineda this is where you are right and I was wrong. A feeling this and like this. I I don't know another weird fight because I think burns was just dominated from the jump. Eight just he didn't seem to have it this night. No. Cash wait forty, five, I don't. I can't. Blame it on but. The elbows came down and it was a rap so. Whichever I mean yeah I mean. Significant strikes. Ten. For burned. Fifty, seven for opinion. Yeah. I mean like it'll be like this but I kind. Win this fight, but that's wild and that was in dominant fashion. Then we go to the next night jd s versus Rosen struck. and. Bump you know super buff. Different, body. Mustached. GPS. Didn't help him because he got rocked. And slumped on cage. So the thing about Rosen's struck is what I've noticed now is yeah. Okay. Everybody's GonNa lose the Francis in God like if you rush Francis and got gotTa, you're going to lose that's what's going to happen. So this fight, he was a little bit more patient picked spots really didn't do a lot in the first round. Waiting for eighty s kind of open up getting a little bit more comfortable like ease up on the guard and he's just let it has put away. But this division. I don't want to say that there's like a huge gap is not a valid Musa Tanko gap. That's we're going to call that gap that's shift that's it is absurd. Touching her, but it's a pretty significant gap in skill after steeping. DC's probably gone. I don't know skill wise because. Roy, as he is. With all the raw power, he's still a role as an enemy fighter. Roses stroke is a raw power like the striking's there but. What happens with Steve puts him on his back. And clearly debate Baker Take Punch. So I don't I don't know who's who's going to be a problem for steep A. At this juncture, we'll talk about it in a little bit because even though I think in God who's going to be better if they have another fight. I can't. Skill wise. It's different levels of this shit.

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"Telling you that not sure that you do remember it. Maybe that's good news. It passes fast, but TJ. I made one mistake for me. Two years was just forever. Two years, it was never gonna come. I'm suspended forever. I'll never be a suspension. I remember going into high school and thinking that, by the way for years, and I'm going to be in high school forever. Remember that, but I did learn those lessons I've forgot him in those two years, I didn't feel I used it that wisely. I did feel when I would go to practice and you to work harder, and I used to work harder, but I'm going to save that for when it's closer to two years. I'm just going to do this today. Well, those days turned awake point own I'm off suspension, and I'm just simply not ready to go in I offer you that store just because I know that you wanted to be champion. I could see it in your eye. When I brought up names like dominant cruise when I said, your riot favors back at USA, boy, I hope I hope he's still back. I could see that. And I don't I don't want you to make those same mistakes. Let me just ask you until twenty one. What is it, you're going to do physically? What is it you're going to do? You know, something that's always been imbredded me as, as growing up my family. My mom everything always happens. The reason you know, and why do these after things happen. You know, I'm gonna spend into the most positive way possibly can. I'm going to get both my shoulders on. I've been eating shoulder surgery for the last two and half three years, I blew my shoulder coach Littleton fighter dumb, enough doing the coach's challenge. What, what was it shows that got you, by the way, I washed? You know, we were playing tetherball on a balanced. Yes. On a balanced Ray. And if you fall in the water, you gotta get up and keep playing. So I went to catch myself as phone off and dislocated my show, the comeback win, though. I want you came back in and out. Interrupt. Your story. So I've been needing surgery on them for a long time, but I couldn't afford to get surgery then because I was fighting Cody Garbrandt I didn't have the Bill like oh I'm injured when it can't fight. I was like I gotta take this fight. So I wind got stem cells did whatever possibly could rehab it in cutting casing and concrete just bills much muscle. I could around it. Right. But it's inevitable. I've been waiting for the time Billy get surgery big title fight after big tight off. Big title, fight was, like, I'll do next time, I'll, maybe I'll be later, maybe later. But now I'm out for two years. So I gotta take advantage of it. I had Sergio right shoulder night. We go. I said, I'm getting my left one done here in two weeks. You know, we doing a lot of physical therapy is going to be really nice to be able to come back healthy, the last fights, I've gone into voice had the thing, the back of my head that I can't wrestle. I did a lot of Greco Daryl so that I can get in these positions that I wanted to Dell Christie, no joke ores to build a stay in these positions. I wanted to stay in because I couldn't get in the big shots and get an east because my shoulder would dislocate. So it was something in the back of my head that I'm going to be a striker you know, it'd be. Nice to be able to Bill us my full game in. So now it's going to be nice. Come back and be healthy. You know, take these two years off spinner with my son train. My ass off my shoulders healthy and live this life. That's crazy life figure. That's fantastic attitude. This interview actually this win is some directions. I was not planning to I am not a journalist, so I do not need to bring you in here and discuss what you've got the elephant. I don't have to do that. Hawaii would have to Josh gross what happened, I can get away with having acting like it's like it's out there. I, I can do that. But this, this was a lot of courage, and this was not preplanned by you. And I quite literally was shoot with our audience right here that I saw you yesterday from afar while doing an interview I sent you a text message. And you said, yes, we have not spoken until you walked in this room, put the mic on Cambridge. Oh, I really appreciate that. You did get some real insight there because I, I am a fan man. I'm TJ dillashaw fan and I have wondered is he going to come back? Or is he gonna fall in the same.

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"I will tell you just for fun. I won't get my way, but I would like to see your facial reaction. You want to know what makes that fight even better if it was three runs changes? Everything it changes the conditioning. It changes Tony's greatest weapon that pace. Yeah, it would be more interesting fight to sit around and breakdown in dialogue about if it was three rounds. It really would I think the five round fight. It'd be kind of a no brainer. That I think it'd be I mean, even watching H E fight three round fights. I mean he gets he gets tired insure. So, yeah. I mean, I think actually makes the most sense would be it through your on site. It would it would change who you thought was going to win. See, I'm with you. If you do five I'm in, I'm watching it, but I, I know who's gonna win this. You do it three. Rows, not Silva. Cowboy, I know you said, you didn't watch the fight, but I'll tell you this. And it may surprise you cowboy one the first round. Yeah. And then the second round I'm quite sure that Tony wanted. However, there was to take downs Cal. We got them both what took him down. No. He couldn't hold him there. But judges do care about that would have been interesting. It is quite possible that cowboy was up to rounds to none. I don't think I think it was one to one but I've said that was the three round fight who knows what would have happened, and that's where some. The controversy came in that you missed art. I gotta do this team in. I'm I'm cringing. jim. I'm Henry Suharto. Yeah. He won. He's on fire. Okay. I am. I mean, more power to the guy. He's, he's doing great things. I mean, I, I knew it was going to be a close fight between the two. I thought Marla mariah's probably the better technical fighter but I knew he didn't have the gas tank and you can't deal with the wrestler, gotta guess, thank you know, eventually, it was going to come in through been looking better better. I mean his programs better. So we have more power to him. I hope he hold onto that Bill by the time I get to go because I always really want that one that one back. So we'll see now he's talking about going, and I don't know how seriously is. But he is talking about going to one forty five and he would like a match there specifically, if, Frankie Edgar gets the jump on max either way as Phileas that may be when he started that routine at one hundred twenty five pounds..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"I didn't know what would happen if you pissed them off. So we did everything she said she wasn't an easier TJ. She. And she follows them everything he, he's got laid out the guys more knowledgeable than anyone ever met in Kevin lease. Right. I've never had a hard workout in. My entire life as well all these competing than working out coach Cal, but I've also never recovered as well. And as I bodies, never felt like the way it's it's felt because of it either to. So, by the way, David Taylor, did you train alongside him? Did you get trained guide him? So you heard about his me the beat the streets and he's out. I got g I knew something happened. You know what whenever there's a knee injury and you watch it and go, I don't see what you did wrong there. I don't see it twists us. It's always something really bad every time it's there's never knee injury where you go. It looks like there's nothing just put some ice on never engine. Always an ACL and MC L. Now he did. Every means bad, too. It's, it's a good one. Yeah. He seems to get spirits though. He's staying in the gym Hussein's got him, same chains. Remotely. So he's seems like he's in good spirits flake really hope for. That's all you can hope for. Did you watch? Did you watch the final ex? Did you watch by example, Jaden Cox about nickel? Oh, you missed a great man in an even better series. They won't get the credit. Heavyweight series I've ever seen ready for that term Gable Stevens. Just finished his freshman year at Minnesota versus quiz. Okay. I mean this was heavyweights. Well minutes these score points going up on the board. Routed, heart guts. Yeah stuff. You only see with delight away through exactly. Yes. Even when Bruce Baumgartner was making his run year to do, you know, the name, Bruce bond going, okay. Okay. He never had that Ponant. It was just Br Brusca just went anything particularly in America. And so now the heavyweights you've got all this iron on iron and it made for something very special. It's two thousand nineteen we are living in the future. And it's about time you got yourself a pair of wireless ear buds. But before you go dropping hundreds of dollars on a pair. Hear me out about the wireless ear buds form. Our sponsor Ray Rakhine. Rake on ear buds started about half the price of any other premium wireless ear buds on the market, and they sound amazing. The company was co founded by. Entertainer. Ray J and celebrities like Cardi B snoop Dogg and now shale son. And we're all of says Ray cons e fifty wireless ear buds have totally changed the game. I really appreciate how comfortable, these ear buds are, and they are super convenient for working out because they stay in your ears..

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T.J. Dillashaw gives up UFC title after failed drug test

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

01:50 min | 3 years ago

T.J. Dillashaw gives up UFC title after failed drug test

"Have to talk about what everyone is talking about on this Wednesday morning. And that is the news that was broken by T J dillashaw himself, very early this morning at around eight o'clock, a m eastern time he posted this on his Instagram and Twitter to all my fans. I wanted to be the first one to let you know that you sat up and the New York. State Athletic Commission. Have informed me of an adverse finding a test taken for my last flight while words can begin to express. How disappointed I am at this time. Please know that I'm working with my team to understand what has occurred and how to resolve the situation as quickly as possible out of fairness respect to the rest of my division. I've informed you have see that. I'll be voluntarily relinquishing my title while I deal with this matter I want to thank all of you in advance for the support. So that was the big news that broke shortly thereafter, I found out that the New York State Athletic Commission has suspended TJ dillashaw for a year retroactive to that January nineteenth date, and they've also fined him ten thousand dollars. They have not said what he has tested positive for and just moments ago. I received this statement from you Sada in light of Mr. dillashaw social media post this morning. We can't confirm that an in competition. Test conducted by you Saad on January eighteenth. Thousand nineteen. So just note. This is my note that was the day before the Henry pseudo fight in Brooklyn, which he lost in just thirty two seconds. The first round resulted this back to the statement resulted in an adverse analytical finding in. This instance, we are able to confirm the finding to Mr. Dilshad public statement. The presumption of innocence under the rules vital part of an effective anti-doping programme ended his only fair that Mr. dillashaw be allowed due process before any conclusions are

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"That's a huge honor for me. And I wanna thank everyone who made that happen. And hopefully that is the norm. So I I've called it the little train that could I still feel. It is such a now we have a lot of muscle behind us a lot of support behind this. And this is very exciting. So I wanted to acknowledge that I wanted to say that because it's just such an exciting time for the program. And it's a great time to be here at ESPN covering mixed. Martial arts in particular because there's so much excitement. About the sport. There's so much interest in the sport Brooklyn came and went by now, you probably know Henry Suharto is still the flyweight champion, he defeated TJ dillashaw in thirty two seconds. Controversial main event you can use that word. I think that word is a little aggressive, but it is a main event, and it's a stoppage in particular that has been debated and the thing about it is to me there is no controversy. The thing about it is it was a good call. Kevin McDonald is not some local referee. Kevin McDonald is that some guy that got the opportunity to ref a main event in Brooklyn on a massive card because he happens to be a New York referee. I've talked about this before it just because the US's in Oklahoma City doesn't mean that, you know, the local Oklahoma City ref gets a shot at the big time. First of all Kevin McDonald is from Massachusetts second of all he's been refereeing major events for the last fifty years. And in fact, he's a former fighter. As well. So he deserved to be there. And I thought he made the right call. You're looking at the highlights here yet we talked about the push. That's not what led to the demise. You're seeing the demise right over here. Look at the head go back. I thought it was a good call the referees. Have the toughest job in sports MA referees in particular, you have to jump in there at a split seconds notice. You can't think about what the stakes are. You can't think about main event you can't think about TJ Dilshad just cut wait for twelve weeks. No, that's not how it works. You have to look at what you are seeing in the middle of the cage and in the middle of the cage on Saturday night that was a proper stoppage have there been cleaner ones. Yeah. Of course. But that was a proper stoppage in my opinion. And I thought that the right call was made we'll be talking about that. We'll be talking to the two particulars involved in that main event in a matter of moments. Greg hardy, of course, made his long-awaited much disgust. You have see debut on Saturday. He fought Alan Crowder, and he lost that fight via d q. It was not a clean fight. It was not a very exciting fight. It was very sloppy fight. And I maintain everything that I said leading up to this fight was proven to be true. He did not deserve. To be in the Coleman event. He was not UFC caliber. I no problem with him being in the U of C just didn't think he should be on this card and certainly not in that spot. I didn't think he should be on that card because of how big of a car was how historic it was I ever card in the peon era. But I also didn't like the fact that he was on the same card as Rachel. I know all of you said okay enough of that already. But that was my stance. And I'm going to ride that out until the end, but the fight came and went and there were some moments and you're seeing some of his moments right over here, but in the end cardio issues and just overall skill issues. He's not quite there three in those of professional. And so I feel like they're doing him a disservice by pushing him so quickly putting him in there. A guy who has twelve flights on his record not to say that Alan Crowder, blue bright by him. But there's a controversial finish. I don't believe. He did it on purpose. I don't believe he tried to end the fight that way. I just think maybe he was tired. Maybe he just didn't know where he was. Maybe they no the rule Indian Crowder wins. Has to be helped out and out of the cage. And and Greg hardy now has a loss on his record. I think he'll be back..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"That's a huge honor for me. And I wanna thank everyone who made that happen. And hopefully that is the norm. So I I've called it the little train that could I still feel. It is such a now we have a lot of muscle behind us a lot of support behind this. And this is very exciting. So I wanted to acknowledge that I wanted to say that because it's just such an exciting time for the program. And it's a great time to be here at ESPN covering mixed. Martial arts in particular because there's so much excitement. About the sport. There's so much interest in the sport Brooklyn came and went by now, you probably know Henry Suharto is still the flyweight champion, he defeated TJ dillashaw in thirty two seconds. Controversial main event you can use that word. I think that word is a little aggressive, but it is a main event, and it's a stoppage in particular that has been debated and the thing about it is to me there is no controversy. The thing about it is it was a good call. Kevin McDonald is not some local referee. Kevin McDonald is that some guy that got the opportunity to ref a main event in Brooklyn on a massive card because he happens to be a New York referee. I've talked about this before it just because the US's in Oklahoma City doesn't mean that, you know, the local Oklahoma City ref gets a shot at the big time. First of all Kevin McDonald is from Massachusetts second of all he's been refereeing major events for the last fifty years. And in fact, he's a former fighter. As well. So he deserved to be there. And I thought he made the right call. You're looking at the highlights here yet we talked about the push. That's not what led to the demise. You're seeing the demise right over here. Look at the head go back. I thought it was a good call the referees. Have the toughest job in sports MA referees in particular, you have to jump in there at a split seconds notice. You can't think about what the stakes are. You can't think about main event you can't think about TJ Dilshad just cut wait for twelve weeks. No, that's not how it works. You have to look at what you are seeing in the middle of the cage and in the middle of the cage on Saturday night that was a proper stoppage have there been cleaner ones. Yeah. Of course. But that was a proper stoppage in my opinion. And I thought that the right call was made we'll be talking about that. We'll be talking to the two particulars involved in that main event in a matter of moments. Greg hardy, of course, made his long-awaited much disgust. You have see debut on Saturday. He fought Alan Crowder, and he lost that fight via d q. It was not a clean fight. It was not a very exciting fight. It was very sloppy fight. And I maintain everything that I said leading up to this fight was proven to be true. He did not deserve. To be in the Coleman event. He was not UFC caliber. I no problem with him being in the U of C just didn't think he should be on this card and certainly not in that spot. I didn't think he should be on that card because of how big of a car was how historic it was I ever card in the peon era. But I also didn't like the fact that he was on the same card as Rachel. I know all of you said okay enough of that already. But that was my stance. And I'm going to ride that out until the end, but the fight came and went and there were some moments and you're seeing some of his moments right over here, but in the end cardio issues and just overall skill issues. He's not quite there three in those of professional. And so I feel like they're doing him a disservice by pushing him so quickly putting him in there. A guy who has twelve flights on his record not to say that Alan Crowder, blue bright by him. But there's a controversial finish. I don't believe. He did it on purpose. I don't believe he tried to end the fight that way. I just think maybe he was tired. Maybe he just didn't know where he was. Maybe they no the rule Indian Crowder wins. Has to be helped out and out of the cage. And and Greg hardy now has a loss on his record. I think he'll be back..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"We've taken we had a sharp guy actually played Henry pseudo plus one seventy against TJ dillashaw on the main event that makes me a little nervous. I don't know that I wanna get in front of dillashaw right now. Both both pseudo and dillashaw are so good. It'll be interesting to see dillashaw cutting to one twenty five for the first time in his career how he handles that weight cut. And I think maybe the speculation is he won't be as good at one twenty five and that could favors Huda a little bit here. We did see sharper player take that. Also had a sharper player bet Edwards. Against bermudez. That's one of the preliminary fights. Now this guy took plus one. Oh, five and Edwards is now minus one thirty five that that makes more sense to me Bermudez is kind of washed up at this point his career. Right. It's what's the play that this probably the best Edwards? I'd say Edwards. I also I haven't seen any money on this. But I I have to think that page van Zandt gonna win because I know that the UFC has scoured the earth to find a girl that they think page bands and can beat like pays vans, and is not fighting on this car to lose that fight. You know, she has no business really being on the main card of what the UFC considers to be a pretty big event for them with the first card on on ESPN. And she's there to win. She's not there to lose that fight. So I'm not sure if I'm going to bet her, but I fully expect her to win. Yeah. We had separate you have see podcast with Brett Okamoto posted yesterday, and he was kind of leaning there as well thought page vans. Aunt was good value, minus dollar sixty one thing I brought up you mentioned the Suharto dillashaw fight over under four and a half rounds of the over juiced house. Like, why not why isn't this by go under four and a half? Well, you're again, you're talking about guys fighting at one hundred twenty five pounds that that'd be the last the last week classroom. See a lot of finishes a lot of knockouts who does last fight against a Mitri. It's johnson. He won a five round decision. That's probably why. But yeah, I mean betting over four and a half that that's pretty that doesn't give you much margin for error. I I know what you're saying there. I probably lean to Edwards. If I had a bet something I bet page van Zandt because I think that the UFC has set the table for her to win this fight. So who does last five fights three went the distance? Well, I know he got I was at a fight where he got knocked out by by Dimitrius Johnson pretty early on are around that fight verse round. To forty nine. Yeah. I was that you know, this fight. It was originally scheduled for Anaheim next weekend. And I was going to go to Anaheim for the fight. And they they ended up they ended up scrapping that entire event and moving this Huda dillashaw fight ESPN. So I was disappointed in that. But I understand why they did it obviously SPN wants their first you have C vent to be a big a big card, and I think I don't think there's a single UFC fight that scheduled right now. This is good as who against dillashaw. I don't think they have anything on the books right now. That's good van Zandt is a play Edwards is a play. It's about it. If you have to if you have to bet the main event, I I would take pseudo just because the guy that bet it here. He is sharp guy. He he's he's one of our more respected. And then they players. No question about that. All right. It's valued plus a dollar seventy there and don't forget, Greg hardy is fighting on this car. We talked about it. And what what a bread say about was saying that you mean, you're not in a loyal listener of the pot. So I I'm I'm gonna spend that pot. Believe me, I'm a big fan of of Brett and yourself. So I'll definitely listen to seven at a chance of basically said like hardy should win..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"As what drives you when? You are tempted to shortcut or you are tempted to I'm assuming that you have those temptations. But what is it that drives you to keep charging forward? And do it the right way when everything's telling you not to I don't know Mexico like it's not a shortcut. Look like a shortcut like academic practice on today. Hang out to be good at tan, but really awesome shortcut magazine shortcuts to be tannin fat than. Yeah. But mom Jacobs reading the best in the world. I want to retire from the sport being the greatest of all time in doing that. I have to have the grease of all time training. So if you want to be a successful person, you're wanting to accomplish certain things at least just give it your all. You know, give it your best effort. If that's what you want to do. It. Don't lie to yourself doing. Yeah. How do you define the greatest of all time? That's subjective. Right. There's a lot of different metrics that you look at. So how do you personally see that or envision that looking like just my performances in coming out, for instance, like knee dropping that extra ten pounds of good on and get this? Oh, yeah. It's a big deal in doing it in impressive fashion be dominated by weight class. I mean, I can go up to forty five billion whenever two three builds. She Elliott, man. That's the thing man's my coach in the my training up professionally I can go either direction, I could've packed the weight on right in gone direction. I this opportunity came up I as well as it's easier for me to get my body to lose the weight. I before I go up to forty five and then go back down to twenty five in also against all plan. Everything I have going on. That's a good thing for successes right now. Short term, long term goals knows generic emir people say, but it works. Keep your life on path and keep your life organiz. It helps out so much..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"It would just get worse and worse than I wasn't a happy person. So I think yes being happy will help you deal with so much. I mean, it's tough. It's tough to say be happy. Right. Just just do it. Right. Just be happy. No. But you I think if you start focusing on how negative maybe you're being big. Okay. You know, just puzzled like three instance SAS metaphorical time when going to fight everyone has made it thoughts. What you get nervous. If sketches that what if what if I lose this and that, but like you end up hearing yourself say that you like instantly catch yourself when you use positive affirmations, the talk that out of your your mind in that really does Bert. You know, like catch yourself being negative catch yourself being innovative mood and just even if you just realize damn you. I'm in a bad mood is something going to start like zig knowledge in it. Right. Yeah. Just knowledge in that situation. What are some of the things that you tell yourself 'cause we know when those negative emotions or thoughts, come into your mind. Like, should I do what is it that you tell yourself? I look back on my day to day training in heart. I go in just know that I'm giving myself one hundred percent chance and was meant to be as meant to be. I guess it's so generic, but it really made everyone says it a reason, you know, but because I don't cook corners it's easy to do that. 'cause I'm putting in those days at Jim I put in the diet. I'm taking the right supplements. I'm doing my hair analysis, everything what is what does that tell me about that? Okay. So always as nothing starts. I have so much going on my life. So they decide what to do. But fits my life the best. What is the least intrusive? So I'll give you this real quick. So the gym that's easy at some more at train. Sure. The spice company, you know. Let's say all natural great in products non-irradiated, non GMO, healthy parts of my diet. So when I got on this Kito genetic esque diet with my coach every time I wanted to like meal prep at one season, my food, and I couldn't because it had so much sugar in it in all had a bunch of table salt. So as you know, what I fought funded avenue here everyone's wanting to be healthy right now owned likes his Kito these paleo diets, which are huge. They're awesome for you as I'm gonna create my own company, so me and my two friends which are in different parts of their life. You know, Steve Martin he's a he's a normal average guy that likes to work out. Just come to the gym KENNY'S a black belt ju to myself professional fighter. We all came together created company, and it's been awesome. So yeah, I mean that's been a blessing. Right. Yeah. Of so have at the gym. I played Republic. I have. My fit the fight which has been so natural. Because all I'm doing is filming what I do on a daily basis in teaching it to the publish or you're already doing it. Anyways, my film, it put it out there yet not only for me to benefit offer good also the public, you know, like that people can learn so much from it. And then also you talked about this hair analysis. I have an app that came out with my shrink machine. Coach to one. I talk about hopefully, make the way push me. The right direction is called trained champ mitts off a training lab dot com, which training is boat weird. It's T R E I G in. I n g lab dog like like, rain, right? Trae Aaron right? Yeah. Yeah. And so that is on their us go to the app store look trained champ. But we have our own program on there that I've started where you can follow me the workouts. I do in his garage, which you're insane. You could do the exact same workouts with me at the same time the same reps. We have it all out on this app. As wolves. We have my recipes for nutrition that I do as well solicitation. You can take. And then last, but not least I talked baharan Haussas. So a hair analysis has changed a lot my life..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"I mean, it's cool to see it's interesting to see everybody style, but to see your style, and then to see your level of heart. Impassioned that goes into as well, which I imagine a lot of people mistake for cockiness or arrogance. And and I think he's probably a fine line between that and being passionate and also being confident in what you can do. Yeah. Hit the nail on the head. It's funny that won't be the best role you when we go out there and have these awesome performances. But then I'm not allowed to believe myself. Yeah. Oh, like, you know, I have to be calling sets. I need to do. That's why I'm here. I get to go out and put a smile on face. 'cause I know that not only have I worked harder, but I've worked smarter than you in. I'm there to enjoy it. Like, why being why be so so stared to fight knowing remember the fight like I want to build a look back on my career when I'm done Bill say like damn that was crazy that was fun. Because I remember it rather than being so nervous and scared that you. Remember the walkout? You don't remember respect for Nelson? Your name. You don't remember all that stuff because you're so scared? Yeah. Coffee have fun. I don't know if this is the right term, but you have to condition that fear out of you. Because I think about it in other context even out here. I'm on a hunt right now. Which is we're both like superman super busy right now. But I think about you know, you get in front of a deer, and you pull your Bobak in you wanna take a shot and everything else. Kind of like you get so hyper focused on that shot that everything else goes by the wayside. And some of those details are hard remember because you are so hyper focused on that one thing. Like, how do you condition yourself to be so fully present in the moment? Paul experiences. One short overnight and getting rid of that adrenaline rush. What you never get rid of it. That's why we do stuff. Why? We hunt Advil will to. Yeah. When you get to pull that drawback on a big book, or now, your heart's pound do chess, and there's so much. They can go wrong. But if you worry about this things can go wrong, you're gonna miss it up. Yeah. I just learning to be in the moment. Something it comes with experience in really visualizing. You know? So when I train for my fights, I trained certain techniques had trained certain game plans. I see myself winning Masih myself walking out I've gone through. This fight thousands of times in my head already. Every time. I pull my Bobak when I'm shooting a bail. Hey, I always envisioned that it's a big four by four right there that, you know, I'm I'm nervous to shoot. What's what you know? Is he facing down win is the, you know, uphill downhill like, what's my ranged needed crouch under track? Just envision those things what any kind of possibility can happen. And then when the time comes it should Bill shook the brain off in joy the moment. You know? Yeah. Don't be like one of those people you see walking around their phone out trying to film everything just Zorg that shit. Yeah. Yeah. Now makes sense and it's hard, right?.

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"This is your life. This is we are this is who you will become at the end of the day. And after all said and done, you can call yourself a man. Gentlemen. What is going on today? My name is Brian McClair. And I am the host and the founder of this podcast the order of man, and frankly the movement, and it is a movement. Guys. We are expanding the entire planet. We continue to see growth in the podcast. We continue to see growth on our social media accounts and website, and all the places that we are in obviously that could be done without you. I'm glad that this movement is growing, and we are doing what we're doing. It's much needed. The a PA American psychology association just came out with a quasi study. I say quasi. I should say pseudo study because it's not really backed in science, and what it said is that frankly, traditional masculinity is is a problem is what's wrong with the world today. And obviously, we know that's not the case. It's my job to debunk some of that and talk about what really is the problem, which is a lack of masculinity. And to that end my goal is to bring these conversations to you have conversations with powerful powerful men guys like Chris. Hogan, Andy Priscilla grant Cardona Tim Kennedy, Jaakko Willink, the list goes on and on including my guest today, the one and only T J dillashaw, which I'm really excited needless to say to introduce to you. And I know a lot of you guys are familiar with him already. Now before I get to that conversation. Do want to make a quick mention of my friends and show sponsors, I is origin. These guys are making some incredible products lifestyle apparel, Brazilian, jujitsu, geeze and rash guards. And then they've got their supplemental lineup partnered up with Jaakko the joint warfare. It's the super krill. It's demo- and they've got a bunch of new flavors. It's their disciplined go which is something that I've been using quite a bit lately. But they've got some amazing amazing products. And the best part one hundred percent made in America. These are friends of mine I've been to not only their current factory. But their new facility they just opened up a couple of weeks ago. So they're running incredible organization. I want to give you guys a.

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"But as far as posture and. Jujitsu wise, he kinda handed him that home. Yeah, I'm a philanthropist. I'm not a fucking donating to the Red Cross, and the cage that was a that was a handout, I'm not I'm not I'm not impressed by that not even in the sinus. Mike gave him that the scrambles on the ground were like the least professional scraps of shit. I'd seen in the the nothing about that was like oh an overwhelming performance. I mean, just check it two or three times and you'll start to break down. It's not he's got a tip your hat. He's got a point with that on lock. It was beautiful. I mean cowboy did what you're supposed to do. But he did he did what you're supposed to. Yeah. But, but the you know that was my Perry's bad for sure. Yeah. My president here. You know, you don't wanna fuck interest thought clubbing cow somebody dangerous guards by the neck. And look the punch me in the face. It's not the best right? Jimmy, right taking you're putting your head down. It's true. And you raise you raise in Saint Louis, what kind of neighborhood did you grow up in was it was like a sub ever say Louis area. Fine. Every everybody just takes like, a a home base. For me say Saint Louis is actually I was born in Saint Louis. I'm moving I was three and I grew up in this little town called canton, Georgia and for elementary school, George super white black. And then then I moved to San Antonio in San Antonio, Texas in middle school and all the time. I was like holy shit. That's where all the Brown people when my pay over here. And so I spent majority of my life in Texas. What nationality are you? I'm half Mexican half life. Oh, you are. Okay. So why did you move so much that you dad military parents military? My won't and Lewis Georgia. Parents split when I was three. So I moved over there. And then when my mom died when I was ten I moved over to Texas with my dad, all okay. And then you got involved obviously in mixed martial arts when when you were there, what got you involved in it. I just started wrestling. So my dad Russell through high school, and maybe a little before, but he rests the rice school and me being we come from like a series of short jeans. And so I I grew up playing basketball back home. And then I kinda realized I was just too short and I sucked. And so we thank God. Let me in, you know, more suitable sports. So wrestling was great because also like a terrible lay bloomer probably Peabody details like twenty three and so power pound needs something to my vantage. And so I got into wrestling weighing ninety eight pounds freshman year and just kept at it. And that was probably the most testing terrifying. Years of my life though, like freshman sophomore year of having to getting wrestling and just take on all the qualities of that sport livers, you know, I I grew up wrestling relatively felt like that was my entire life there for about six years, and then ended up not doing it in college and then found found jitsu Moi tie. And then found my head coach I've been listening to the beginning Jason guarantee that'll haunt academy. And and the rest of kinda history just sort of you're sort of picked up for fun wrestling courses like that phenomenal base. I guess you get through an entire immature career and. Part of the way into professional one to badge start scrapping with those guys. And it was kinda like all right? Maybe go in and try amateur bout. There's this TV show and south Texas for amateurs, I did. And then got my first bout did that enough? And then it was like, okay. I mean, we go ahead and do professional someone professional, and then you know, kind of kept on that way. And you've talked to about really like loving TJ dillashaw, we're extra talking TJ and a little while while I mean, he is really one of my favorite guys to watch. What was it about him that kind of resonated? Yeah. So I and I do I do love TJ dillashaw, but I don't blow his dick like core may have me..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"But thank you so much to her and she will be fighting on ESPN plus card on January nineteenth in Brooklyn against page vents in Greg hardy is also fighting on that card in the Komen events against Allen Crowder main event is TJ dillashaw versus Henry, so who tow for the UFC flyweight title very much. Appreciate her coming on. And and talking about everything that's been going on her life over the last two and a half months with a lot of grace and class. So thank you to Rachel and you her manager Brian Butler for making that happen as well. All right. Let us move along and say Hello to our next guest. What a story one of the last big stories of twenty eighteen the PF L finals PF L Levin here in New York City at the Hulu theater, the Madison Square Garden theater, they gave out those million dollar checks and to me one of the the best stories of the night happened when Sean O'Connell defeated Vinny Maga Yash. To win the light heavyweight title. He wanted to light heavyweight tournament. He got the big fat check. And then he retired. His post-flight speech was incredible. What a way to go out. It will be very hard for anyone to top that in terms of an exit in mixed martial arts. He's got a great media career ahead of him. It's all set up. And so he's not really scrambling now for a job. But I wanted to talk to Sean about saying goodbye like that how he got it done. And then some he is kind enough to be joining us on the phone right now. I do believe in the middle of a break while at work. Sean. Are you there? I'm here. Yeah. I real good. What are you doing right now? Which works I feel like you have a lot of jobs, just hutch two-day jobs. This one I'm a recruit pilots for regional airline called sky Wester line. And that's that's the gig that gives me the health insurance. I need now that I got a baby on the way. So it's a one to one of the day job the other one obviously being the serious. XM radio show. Okay. I feel like just knowing you a little bit you like the media job a little more. Like, that's the one that really gets. You know gets you excited. Yeah. I I absolutely love doing the media stuff. I mean you, and I probably have that in common is the naps Luke blast covering sports that you love and calling it a job. So that that's the one that really makes me tick..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"But thank you so much to her and she will be fighting on ESPN plus card on January nineteenth in Brooklyn against page vents in Greg hardy is also fighting on that card in the Komen events against Allen Crowder main event is TJ dillashaw versus Henry, so who tow for the UFC flyweight title very much. Appreciate her coming on. And and talking about everything that's been going on her life over the last two and a half months with a lot of grace and class. So thank you to Rachel and you her manager Brian Butler for making that happen as well. All right. Let us move along and say Hello to our next guest. What a story one of the last big stories of twenty eighteen the PF L finals PF L Levin here in New York City at the Hulu theater, the Madison Square Garden theater, they gave out those million dollar checks and to me one of the the best stories of the night happened when Sean O'Connell defeated Vinny Maga Yash. To win the light heavyweight title. He wanted to light heavyweight tournament. He got the big fat check. And then he retired. His post-flight speech was incredible. What a way to go out. It will be very hard for anyone to top that in terms of an exit in mixed martial arts. He's got a great media career ahead of him. It's all set up. And so he's not really scrambling now for a job. But I wanted to talk to Sean about saying goodbye like that how he got it done. And then some he is kind enough to be joining us on the phone right now. I do believe in the middle of a break while at work. Sean. Are you there? I'm here. Yeah. I real good. What are you doing right now? Which works I feel like you have a lot of jobs, just hutch two-day jobs. This one I'm a recruit pilots for regional airline called sky Wester line. And that's that's the gig that gives me the health insurance. I need now that I got a baby on the way. So it's a one to one of the day job the other one obviously being the serious. XM radio show. Okay. I feel like just knowing you a little bit you like the media job a little more. Like, that's the one that really gets. You know gets you excited. Yeah. I I absolutely love doing the media stuff. I mean you, and I probably have that in common is the naps Luke blast covering sports that you love and calling it a job. So that that's the one that really makes me tick..

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"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"tj dillashaw" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"But thank you so much to her and she will be fighting on ESPN plus card on January nineteenth in Brooklyn against page vents in Greg hardy is also fighting on that card in the Komen events against Allen Crowder main event is TJ dillashaw versus Henry, so who tow for the UFC flyweight title very much. Appreciate her coming on. And and talking about everything that's been going on her life over the last two and a half months with a lot of grace and class. So thank you to Rachel and you her manager Brian Butler for making that happen as well. All right. Let us move along and say Hello to our next guest. What a story one of the last big stories of twenty eighteen the PF L finals PF L Levin here in New York City at the Hulu theater, the Madison Square Garden theater, they gave out those million dollar checks and to me one of the the best stories of the night happened when Sean O'Connell defeated Vinny Maga Yash. To win the light heavyweight title. He wanted to light heavyweight tournament. He got the big fat check. And then he retired. His post-flight speech was incredible. What a way to go out. It will be very hard for anyone to top that in terms of an exit in mixed martial arts. He's got a great media career ahead of him. It's all set up. And so he's not really scrambling now for a job. But I wanted to talk to Sean about saying goodbye like that how he got it done. And then some he is kind enough to be joining us on the phone right now. I do believe in the middle of a break while at work. Sean. Are you there? I'm here. Yeah. I real good. What are you doing right now? Which works I feel like you have a lot of jobs, just hutch two-day jobs. This one I'm a recruit pilots for regional airline called sky Wester line. And that's that's the gig that gives me the health insurance. I need now that I got a baby on the way. So it's a one to one of the day job the other one obviously being the serious. XM radio show. Okay. I feel like just knowing you a little bit you like the media job a little more. Like, that's the one that really gets. You know gets you excited. Yeah. I I absolutely love doing the media stuff. I mean you, and I probably have that in common is the naps Luke blast covering sports that you love and calling it a job. So that that's the one that really makes me tick..

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