Feb. 14, 2022

UFC 271 & ADCC S.American trials 2 show

UFC 271 & ADCC S.American trials 2 show

On this episode the guy's talk ADCC S.American trials pt.2 AND UFC 271 after math episode. What do the ADCC divisions look like now? How did we do on our UFC parlays, Is Izzy the Middle-weight G.O.A.T,HOW did my wife ruin a 7 fight win streak🤔🤔🤔 find OUT

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.120 --> 00:00:19.910 This is the motivation. Hey, everybody, welcome to another episode of Juju 2 00:00:19.949 --> 00:00:23.219 Teal's coast to coast the podcast. It talks about what's important on and off 3 00:00:23.300 --> 00:00:27.820 the bats, and man, what a motherfucking weekend we have just completed. 4 00:00:28.300 --> 00:00:31.620 We got so much to talk to him. This week's episode. We're coming 5 00:00:31.699 --> 00:00:36.609 off a TCC, South American trials, to UFC, to sement one, 6 00:00:37.329 --> 00:00:42.570 super bowl fifty six and the ACL kickoff battle a Mari and yeah, I'm 7 00:00:42.609 --> 00:00:47.929 talking about American Cornhole League. What's up, Cuz? How did you survive 8 00:00:48.130 --> 00:00:53.039 this weekend with so much going on? Man, Cuz thanks for having me. 9 00:00:53.159 --> 00:00:57.119 Number One. Love being on the show. The man there. You 10 00:00:57.200 --> 00:01:00.039 right, man, every there's so much going on, especially after that Super 11 00:01:00.079 --> 00:01:03.200 Bowl. Today. It was just man, you're back and forth a couple 12 00:01:03.349 --> 00:01:07.629 calls. I just couldn't believe happened. And Yeah, but we'll get all 13 00:01:07.670 --> 00:01:10.989 into that in the show, man, but I made through it and I'm 14 00:01:11.030 --> 00:01:17.109 ready to kick it off. Yeah, I feel like some Italian monsters may 15 00:01:17.189 --> 00:01:23.260 have had their hands in this one, because that first Pi penalty in the 16 00:01:23.340 --> 00:01:27.540 Red Zone that gave him a do over. I don't know, it didn't 17 00:01:27.579 --> 00:01:30.659 really look like a path. That in afference to me on the linebacker. 18 00:01:30.659 --> 00:01:34.810 UH, whatever it is, it is congratulations to the rams. They put 19 00:01:34.849 --> 00:01:38.209 themselves in position to win the game and it turned out to be a really 20 00:01:38.209 --> 00:01:42.450 good game. Went down to the very end, just like almost every single 21 00:01:42.530 --> 00:01:45.569 game this whole round of the playoffs. So shout out to the rams. 22 00:01:45.650 --> 00:01:52.079 Can Get. Congratulations on wrapping up this season. Yeah, still hate you, 23 00:01:52.159 --> 00:01:56.280 guys. I'm glad you said that, guys, I'm glad you said 24 00:01:56.319 --> 00:02:00.239 it. All right, so we got a lot of shit to talk about, 25 00:02:00.280 --> 00:02:02.709 man. I mean that just checks off super bowl. You know, 26 00:02:02.870 --> 00:02:07.349 we don't really really talk too much about fullball. But now that we got 27 00:02:07.390 --> 00:02:12.469 that checked off, let's talk about ADCC and UFC Cuz, Oh man, 28 00:02:12.750 --> 00:02:14.830 yes, let's get to it. What are we going to talk about? 29 00:02:14.830 --> 00:02:17.419 FIRST WE GO IN ATCC. Are we going out? Let's jump into adceds. 30 00:02:17.460 --> 00:02:23.099 Taka's ACC first, man. I'm super stoked, by the way, 31 00:02:23.139 --> 00:02:25.419 everyone out there listening. Hope everyone's doing having a wonderful, Wonderful Day. 32 00:02:27.099 --> 00:02:30.930 Wherever you're doing right now, do your best stay safe out there. But 33 00:02:30.969 --> 00:02:38.210 yeah, let's Cuz. Let's talk about ATCC trials part too. What did 34 00:02:38.250 --> 00:02:39.810 you do? How much of this did you get to watch this time? 35 00:02:39.849 --> 00:02:44.319 I didn't get to watch too much. That I mean with everything going on, 36 00:02:44.479 --> 00:02:46.439 with all the different events and everything you'll see and all that, I 37 00:02:46.520 --> 00:02:51.120 did need to watch too much of it. kind of got to scan through 38 00:02:51.240 --> 00:02:54.719 some of the different matches out there. But for I want to ask you, 39 00:02:54.800 --> 00:03:00.030 especially for like the listeners, why did it is? Is having two 40 00:03:00.110 --> 00:03:04.629 events a normal thing? Is there because they're more competitors in Brazil, you're 41 00:03:04.669 --> 00:03:07.229 why is there to like? Why they just one trial and that's it? 42 00:03:08.270 --> 00:03:10.909 Usually just to because it's in the I mean Brazil, so big, you 43 00:03:10.990 --> 00:03:15.180 know, they usually try to get a bigger just to try to throw out 44 00:03:15.259 --> 00:03:17.979 cast a bigger Nan, I guess you would say, to get to welcome 45 00:03:19.020 --> 00:03:23.620 more competitors. You know, usually they have to two trials per continent, 46 00:03:23.699 --> 00:03:25.979 more or less, you could say. You know, usually they do ee 47 00:03:27.020 --> 00:03:30.889 North America, that to in South America, they do to in Europe and 48 00:03:30.050 --> 00:03:35.930 then either one or two in usually one in Africa somewhere, and then they'll 49 00:03:36.009 --> 00:03:40.560 throw in one in Japan or like Southeast Aga somewhere. Okay, they didn't. 50 00:03:40.599 --> 00:03:43.560 I don't think they did one this year. I don't know if covid 51 00:03:43.599 --> 00:03:46.360 had anything to do with that. Maybe there's a conspiracy out there. Will 52 00:03:46.800 --> 00:03:51.520 we'll dig that up later on another episode. Maybe get in twin on s. 53 00:03:52.439 --> 00:03:54.789 But yeah, we have. So, yeah, so so far. 54 00:03:54.949 --> 00:04:00.669 We this was the second EIGHTCC South American trials and we have before we get 55 00:04:00.750 --> 00:04:05.909 to the finals in September or the whole big tournament, we have one more 56 00:04:06.030 --> 00:04:11.099 North American round of trials coming up and one more European round of trials coming 57 00:04:11.099 --> 00:04:14.900 up. So there's still another what, five or six competitors to add to 58 00:04:14.979 --> 00:04:20.500 this whole list. Are More turn that, you know. Yeah, Sixty 59 00:04:20.579 --> 00:04:26.129 six, seventy seven, eighty eight, ninety nine nine and ninety nine and 60 00:04:26.250 --> 00:04:30.250 over. So yeah, another five day and at least another ten, another 61 00:04:30.329 --> 00:04:35.410 ten competitors, you know, coming from to more tournaments as well as invite 62 00:04:35.449 --> 00:04:39.600 he's you know, there's still some people that that haven't been invited yet. 63 00:04:39.600 --> 00:04:42.879 You know, I was looking at past winners to see maybe who could they 64 00:04:43.000 --> 00:04:46.199 invite from the past. There's not too many guys that I think are still 65 00:04:46.240 --> 00:04:48.879 active in the scene that they would want to be like all that's get that 66 00:04:49.079 --> 00:04:51.759 person in, you know what I mean? The only one that I would 67 00:04:51.949 --> 00:04:57.949 maybe consider is in the sixty six kilogram division, a Ghosto Mendez, who 68 00:04:57.990 --> 00:05:00.670 won it the last time around, and actually I think he is going to 69 00:05:00.750 --> 00:05:02.470 be in it already. Let me look, let me look real quick in 70 00:05:02.550 --> 00:05:08.980 the at the sixty six kilogram and you know what, his name isn't on 71 00:05:09.060 --> 00:05:14.180 the on the list yet. But usually the previous year's winner or the previous 72 00:05:14.220 --> 00:05:18.779 ATCC winner is like an automatic, and he was the last sixty six kilogram 73 00:05:18.860 --> 00:05:24.170 winner. So I would imagine he's he would be in it, but his 74 00:05:24.250 --> 00:05:27.089 name got in, so maybe he'll get an invite this next time around. 75 00:05:27.129 --> 00:05:31.170 Other than that, maybe Matthias Denis in the eighty eight kilogram division. Maybe 76 00:05:31.170 --> 00:05:34.839 he might get another invite. Other than that, I mean there's always a 77 00:05:35.600 --> 00:05:40.720 UFC star or an MMA star here or there. You know, a Yoki's 78 00:05:40.759 --> 00:05:44.720 been in a ham ful of times. Dalo Sanchez has been in, just 79 00:05:44.879 --> 00:05:46.360 to name a few, you know. So you never know you're going to 80 00:05:46.399 --> 00:05:49.910 see. Just think of some some high level grapplers that are on the MMA 81 00:05:49.990 --> 00:05:55.949 scene right now and and you there were, there would be no, no 82 00:05:56.110 --> 00:05:59.149 surprise if they get an invite, you know, just because basically what this 83 00:05:59.230 --> 00:06:01.470 tournament is, they're just looking for the best grappler on the planet, you 84 00:06:01.589 --> 00:06:05.819 know. Right. So some next people get qualified for the tournament. Sometimes 85 00:06:05.860 --> 00:06:09.339 people get invited, but in order to get invited you got to have a 86 00:06:09.420 --> 00:06:12.339 name and you got to be making weights. So they're not just going to 87 00:06:12.420 --> 00:06:19.490 invite Alfonso, for example. Sorry. You know what was funny? Do 88 00:06:19.490 --> 00:06:23.810 you speaking of that? And made me think of I saw a mean the 89 00:06:23.850 --> 00:06:29.930 other day that said like the Olympics would be so much more fun if they 90 00:06:29.970 --> 00:06:33.120 were like Olympic. It's mixed in with hunger games, if that makes sense. 91 00:06:33.800 --> 00:06:39.199 We're like every year they're like randomly selected, like for jury. Do 92 00:06:39.480 --> 00:06:42.279 like are you get a letter in the mail? All, Anthony, you've 93 00:06:42.319 --> 00:06:48.430 been selected for Oh, the Alpine Ski. What is he jump dry? 94 00:06:50.350 --> 00:06:57.029 Yeah, yeah, you know of Wando. You got selected to be in 95 00:06:57.269 --> 00:07:02.699 the tenzero meter by athlon cross country race. Good Luck, all, oh 96 00:07:02.740 --> 00:07:08.180 my God, that's the one I would I would watch that for sure. 97 00:07:08.259 --> 00:07:14.699 Right, Oh, man, rank that, but you've been selected to be 98 00:07:14.899 --> 00:07:23.009 the goalie in the US men's hockey team. Good luck. What's that? 99 00:07:23.170 --> 00:07:27.209 Would make me watch winner Olympics. By the way. Have you been watching 100 00:07:27.209 --> 00:07:31.079 anywhere Aor Olympics? No, I have'm a man, I haven't watched really 101 00:07:31.199 --> 00:07:35.879 anything one because of the time, the time difference in anything. But yeah, 102 00:07:35.920 --> 00:07:42.160 I'm winner Olympics is not really like my favorite. There's some little things 103 00:07:42.199 --> 00:07:44.629 that here and there and like hockey and stuff that, you know, I 104 00:07:44.750 --> 00:07:46.829 like to catch up on, but I can usually catch just like the highlights 105 00:07:46.870 --> 00:07:50.709 and stuff. But the Summer Olympics, that's the one that I'll that's a 106 00:07:50.750 --> 00:07:54.670 little bit better, I think. Yeah, people can relate to that just 107 00:07:54.829 --> 00:07:57.910 because they've been like, oh, I used to, I ran track in 108 00:07:58.230 --> 00:08:05.699 fourth grade. Yeah, played basketball. I think company Pison Him. Oh 109 00:08:05.779 --> 00:08:11.220 yeah, yeah, exactly exactly. But winner Lympics I got. I got 110 00:08:11.339 --> 00:08:15.689 to admit I don't really watch too much, I mean other than if I 111 00:08:15.889 --> 00:08:18.569 know, I'll dude, I heard hell of people crashing in this race. 112 00:08:18.290 --> 00:08:22.730 I'm watching. HMM, YEP, Yep. But let's get back to ATCC 113 00:08:22.930 --> 00:08:28.720 cuts. So let's start with the sixty six kilogram division winner. And in 114 00:08:28.839 --> 00:08:35.720 the finals we saw Fight Sports Fabricio Andre taking her cowagup yen. I draw 115 00:08:35.799 --> 00:08:39.080 hope, Barbosa, Joah, who know how you said how you can make 116 00:08:41.000 --> 00:08:43.950 man. Yeah, he ended up winning by stuff. Man. He ended 117 00:08:43.990 --> 00:08:46.110 up winning by self. And I don't know if you listeners remember, but 118 00:08:46.830 --> 00:08:52.230 last week when we were talking about ATC South American trials, one fabricio was 119 00:08:52.269 --> 00:08:56.820 up in there and you know what, I watched all of his matches. 120 00:08:56.860 --> 00:08:58.779 I went back. I mean I I didn't get to watch all of this 121 00:09:00.019 --> 00:09:01.779 live, but once it's all wrapped up, I went back and I watched 122 00:09:01.860 --> 00:09:07.059 every single one of Fabricio's matches. And I don't know if you remember, 123 00:09:07.139 --> 00:09:09.289 Cuz, but last week I said that I was not impressed with the wrestling 124 00:09:09.370 --> 00:09:13.250 that I was seeing by the Brazilians in this round of trial. And you 125 00:09:13.409 --> 00:09:18.169 shouldn't say Brazilian, because there was just it will mean the trials happen to 126 00:09:18.210 --> 00:09:20.570 be taking place in Brazil. I don't know if all the competitors were Brazilian. 127 00:09:22.009 --> 00:09:24.480 That's wrong of me to assume. When I assume, I make an 128 00:09:24.519 --> 00:09:30.799 ass out of you and me, so I apologize. However, Fabricio put 129 00:09:30.960 --> 00:09:35.320 it down and I was super impressed with his wrestling. He had a super 130 00:09:35.559 --> 00:09:41.830 duper awesome blast double leg that he showcacased on a handful of occasions, as 131 00:09:43.070 --> 00:09:48.669 well as some really sick duck gunders that he used to move into better positions, 132 00:09:48.750 --> 00:09:52.549 including the time where he took somebody's back off of a duct under. 133 00:09:52.100 --> 00:09:54.539 I will I'll talk about that in a little bit, but I got some 134 00:09:54.700 --> 00:09:58.580 notes here I was that I wrote down from just watching his matches just for 135 00:09:58.580 --> 00:10:03.860 thing that really stood out to me. One of them was, like I 136 00:10:03.980 --> 00:10:07.730 was saying, I was impressed with his wrestling. I one thing that I 137 00:10:07.850 --> 00:10:11.289 noticed that he was doing. He was doing kind of this like shuffling of 138 00:10:11.409 --> 00:10:15.730 his feet, kind of like, if it makes sense, where he would 139 00:10:15.769 --> 00:10:18.570 like take a stance with one lead foot, with a right leg leading, 140 00:10:18.610 --> 00:10:22.919 and then all of a sudden he would switch stances where his left leg would 141 00:10:22.960 --> 00:10:26.720 now be in the lead and then he would in that Lee like a punt 142 00:10:28.279 --> 00:10:31.879 instantly upon reshifting his legs. He was shooting for a takedown and that caught 143 00:10:31.960 --> 00:10:35.230 a lot of people off guard. And even if he wasn't able to secure 144 00:10:35.269 --> 00:10:39.549 a takedown off of that little shuffle, he was able to create a scramble 145 00:10:39.870 --> 00:10:43.870 that led to a better position where he was eventually to work into a takedown. 146 00:10:45.190 --> 00:10:46.830 So, yeah, I really, really like that. And did you 147 00:10:46.909 --> 00:10:50.460 see that? And Yeah, every time he did it it kind of reminded 148 00:10:50.500 --> 00:10:54.419 me of, like I mean I never fought in mood type back I took 149 00:10:54.419 --> 00:10:58.620 a lot of Tuckle, I took a lot of Mutti classes, and it 150 00:10:58.820 --> 00:11:03.860 was kind of like that little shutter step you take where where you're getting ready 151 00:11:03.019 --> 00:11:07.649 to to shift it at your wicke hands, where you're going from. Yeah, 152 00:11:07.730 --> 00:11:11.730 switch kick. It was almost like a switch nick takedown, if you 153 00:11:11.769 --> 00:11:15.690 yeah, you can envision that. If you weren't able to watch these matches, 154 00:11:15.809 --> 00:11:18.440 but if you are able to get your hands on some flow videos or 155 00:11:18.559 --> 00:11:22.399 get your hands on a password and use your name, check that out and 156 00:11:22.480 --> 00:11:26.720 check out his wrestling. Um. Also, another thing that I said that 157 00:11:26.759 --> 00:11:31.960 I saw. Do you remember in last week's trials Meetka Gal val hit that 158 00:11:31.440 --> 00:11:37.950 crazy Armbar from the coyote here? Yeah, Uh Huh. Well, Babricio 159 00:11:37.190 --> 00:11:41.629 almost hit that from standing, from a like a collar tie. He had 160 00:11:41.710 --> 00:11:48.419 a collar tie. He did a very similar arm position where he hugged the 161 00:11:48.500 --> 00:11:54.659 guy's shoulder and used his forearm as like a pope, not a post, 162 00:11:54.740 --> 00:11:58.940 but as like a frame, and then instantly shot his leg over, almost 163 00:11:58.980 --> 00:12:03.129 like a flame armbar. He wasn't able to secure it and finish it off, 164 00:12:03.210 --> 00:12:07.409 but he was able to knock his opponent over, but his opponent was 165 00:12:07.490 --> 00:12:09.850 just to game and he was able to create a scammel get back to his 166 00:12:09.929 --> 00:12:13.529 feet, but you saw that it was there. So that made me think, 167 00:12:13.570 --> 00:12:16.879 dude, that must be something that whole team is working on, because 168 00:12:16.919 --> 00:12:20.120 it's not yeah, Mika doing it, it's the whole team and it's not 169 00:12:20.240 --> 00:12:24.399 just from Coyote Guard, it's from all over the place. So it kind 170 00:12:24.399 --> 00:12:28.000 of reminds me of like just when you get a bunch of artists in the 171 00:12:28.120 --> 00:12:33.149 same realm, in the same room and they're just feeding off of each other's 172 00:12:33.269 --> 00:12:35.710 create ativity, you know, kind of like a dunk contest. If you 173 00:12:35.789 --> 00:12:39.629 see some you do like I'm about to do a windmill three hundred and sixty 174 00:12:39.669 --> 00:12:43.470 Tomahawk, and then the next guy's like, Oh, I'm about to do 175 00:12:43.549 --> 00:12:46.059 a winmill three hundred and sixty under my leg Tomahawk, and then the next 176 00:12:46.059 --> 00:12:48.580 guy just keeps ramping it up. You know what I mean? Yeah, 177 00:12:48.860 --> 00:12:54.460 that's kind of like what might be happening at Fight Sport and total side note, 178 00:12:54.940 --> 00:12:58.539 fight sport is been killing in this round of the trials and I think 179 00:12:58.570 --> 00:13:03.330 they have a competitor and every single brack division except for the eighty eight kilogram 180 00:13:03.450 --> 00:13:07.610 division. So they got two trials left. They might get one in every 181 00:13:07.809 --> 00:13:11.730 in every division, and they have multiple competitors in a few of the brackets 182 00:13:11.769 --> 00:13:13.960 as well. Right, right, no, sounds like they're doing something right 183 00:13:15.000 --> 00:13:16.799 over there. Yeah, they must be. I don't know what they're doing, 184 00:13:18.000 --> 00:13:20.600 but yeah, for sure, you know. So let's look at the 185 00:13:20.759 --> 00:13:26.990 sixty six kilogram division now, Cuz afterward you've had another round of trial and 186 00:13:28.269 --> 00:13:33.509 check this out. We have Ashley Williams, the European trials winner, collabate 187 00:13:33.549 --> 00:13:37.309 a, the North American trials winner, Joego race, who just won last 188 00:13:37.350 --> 00:13:41.820 week baby shark, beating out the bottom Yago baton, right, and now 189 00:13:41.899 --> 00:13:45.659 we're adding five ricio are they to the mix. And we have two invitees, 190 00:13:45.740 --> 00:13:50.980 Mikey Mussomichi and Kennedy macyel. So there's your sixty six kilogram division. 191 00:13:50.100 --> 00:13:54.220 Brackets so far, with two trials to go. So we're going to be 192 00:13:54.259 --> 00:13:56.090 adding two more names to this list pretty soon. What do you think about 193 00:13:56.090 --> 00:14:00.929 that division? Because, man, well, one thing, that division is 194 00:14:01.370 --> 00:14:03.610 stacked, like I mean it, like all of them, like we've been 195 00:14:03.690 --> 00:14:07.129 we've been talking and it just seems to continue to get more and more, 196 00:14:07.169 --> 00:14:11.679 more and more like high level competitors from and exciting competitors, one that you 197 00:14:11.879 --> 00:14:16.200 like to see them roll, like to watch them what they're going to bring 198 00:14:16.240 --> 00:14:18.720 to the table, like the Premi show one. You know, you're talking 199 00:14:18.759 --> 00:14:22.120 about how he does that shutter stuff. You know, I saw that and 200 00:14:22.559 --> 00:14:26.070 it would you know, I liked how he would do that is it was 201 00:14:26.110 --> 00:14:28.789 like really quick. Kind of reminded me of Muhammad Ali when he would, 202 00:14:28.789 --> 00:14:31.909 you know, shuffle his fee just to you know, you didn't know which 203 00:14:31.950 --> 00:14:35.429 you would which lead he was going with. So that's kind of what I 204 00:14:35.590 --> 00:14:37.149 thought, you know, when I when I saw it, and it worked, 205 00:14:37.190 --> 00:14:39.580 like as soon as he would do that, he would shoot. And 206 00:14:39.980 --> 00:14:43.580 you're right. The wrestling from him, it wasn't. I didn't really feel 207 00:14:43.620 --> 00:14:46.899 like they were wrestling, but you saw a lot of the dynamics, the 208 00:14:48.100 --> 00:14:52.460 like the foundation of wrestling just to get the takedowns and everything. I did 209 00:14:52.580 --> 00:14:56.970 see the the Armbar that you're talking about out and it did set him up 210 00:14:58.009 --> 00:15:01.289 to where he ended up. I don't know what it's called, but basically, 211 00:15:01.289 --> 00:15:03.009 when you use your legs to get underneath their thighs and you push them 212 00:15:03.049 --> 00:15:05.929 out, so you get their back, and he spent a lot of time 213 00:15:07.559 --> 00:15:13.039 on Gabrielle's back, by both his back throughout the whole you know, the 214 00:15:13.120 --> 00:15:18.039 maginary thing, I didn't notice that, man, he was really putting it 215 00:15:18.120 --> 00:15:20.960 on him. You could definitely see that he was, you know, the 216 00:15:20.039 --> 00:15:24.070 aggression you I think I felt like from the beginning you knew he was going 217 00:15:24.149 --> 00:15:28.190 to he was going to take this. Unless something crazy happened, he was 218 00:15:28.269 --> 00:15:33.110 taking it. It was like Barbosa was really just kind of trying to survive 219 00:15:33.230 --> 00:15:35.940 of anything. Yeah, yeah, and you know what, I kind of 220 00:15:35.980 --> 00:15:39.620 felt like maybe he this his rest by ricials wrestling was a card that he 221 00:15:39.700 --> 00:15:43.500 kept in his pocket last week and he didn't want to show it too much 222 00:15:43.179 --> 00:15:48.740 because in this tournament, in the in this round of trials, he looked 223 00:15:48.820 --> 00:15:52.730 almost like overconfident in every match, like he felt there was nobody that could 224 00:15:52.769 --> 00:15:56.850 take him down. Down he knew he could take anybody down whenever he wanted. 225 00:15:58.210 --> 00:16:00.649 And in fact, in one of his matches he was working for a 226 00:16:00.850 --> 00:16:06.200 collar tie and then after like a couple of rounds of shooting for or takedown, 227 00:16:06.720 --> 00:16:11.240 he left his arms just hang down on the side, let his opponent 228 00:16:11.320 --> 00:16:15.480 get hit a collar tie and then she just like shuted it with his neck 229 00:16:17.080 --> 00:16:19.429 at ducked under and took the duke back like yeah, I was like, 230 00:16:19.590 --> 00:16:23.669 dude, it will almost looked like a little kid wrestling with their bigger brother. 231 00:16:25.070 --> 00:16:29.389 Okay, I'm tired of playing this game. Time to finish from there 232 00:16:29.389 --> 00:16:30.950 and work. Take it back and got the sub I want to say that 233 00:16:32.070 --> 00:16:34.419 was like his in him might have been like his second match in the turn 234 00:16:34.460 --> 00:16:40.019 it right, man. I'm I'm the static to see what happens in the 235 00:16:40.179 --> 00:16:45.460 sixty six kilogram division. There's going to be some crazy, crazy matchups. 236 00:16:45.500 --> 00:16:51.450 I mean baby shark versus colabate a, colabate a versus Fabricio, fabricio versus 237 00:16:51.490 --> 00:16:56.610 Kennedy, Mikey versus Cole All, Dude, it's just, Oh, that's 238 00:16:56.690 --> 00:17:00.289 the first round. These are the smaller guys. It's it's too much good 239 00:17:00.330 --> 00:17:03.599 stuff, because good stuff. Yeah, let's jump down. You Seventy said 240 00:17:03.640 --> 00:17:07.839 up. You could send it up anyway. What's that? If you could 241 00:17:07.839 --> 00:17:10.759 set it up anyway, you could right now. Let's just say sixty six 242 00:17:11.279 --> 00:17:14.799 is where it's at. This is it right here. You have this list 243 00:17:14.839 --> 00:17:17.750 of guys. Who would you want to set. If you could set up 244 00:17:17.789 --> 00:17:22.509 any of these first initial matches in sixty six, who would you do? 245 00:17:22.349 --> 00:17:25.950 I would like to I would like to mix it up. I would say 246 00:17:26.630 --> 00:17:30.460 I'd really like to see Cole and Mikey Duke Get out all my you know, 247 00:17:30.500 --> 00:17:33.140 okay, could be all right, totally final match, but that would 248 00:17:33.140 --> 00:17:37.099 be an awesome way to start to show off. You know, Kennedy Versus 249 00:17:37.220 --> 00:17:41.819 Baby Shark, Yogo race. That could be good to you know what I 250 00:17:41.940 --> 00:17:45.009 mean, and Baby Sio versus Cole Or, if I bridcial versus Ashley. 251 00:17:45.049 --> 00:17:49.529 I don't know much about Ashley, but any running these guys would be a 252 00:17:49.690 --> 00:17:53.970 gain saint any other guy in this division. would be a really awesome match 253 00:17:55.009 --> 00:18:00.160 up. Now, do you think, because these two diego and for Recio, 254 00:18:00.279 --> 00:18:03.240 they're both coming from bike sports, you think that they should compete against 255 00:18:03.240 --> 00:18:06.440 each other first, since they're both from the same school? The kind of 256 00:18:06.599 --> 00:18:10.039 separate it all, so everyone else from not. I mean I think it 257 00:18:10.079 --> 00:18:11.910 would be nice if they could separate them, put them on different sides of 258 00:18:11.950 --> 00:18:15.390 the division, you know, and if they have to go against each other, 259 00:18:15.750 --> 00:18:18.710 they can go against each other in the finals. That's happened wrong for 260 00:18:18.869 --> 00:18:22.670 you know, there's a couple ADC seas ago where Gordon faced off against Garytonin 261 00:18:23.230 --> 00:18:27.059 you know so and they went and they went up against each other. You 262 00:18:27.140 --> 00:18:30.460 know what I mean? There wasn't no all you're going to take this one. 263 00:18:30.619 --> 00:18:33.500 They you know, there wasn't no would you call it where? They 264 00:18:34.180 --> 00:18:37.700 just, you know, they do a coin tosses us and win all. 265 00:18:37.740 --> 00:18:40.980 They they settled it on the Mat. So hopefully for this thing they do 266 00:18:41.099 --> 00:18:44.289 the same thing if they were to meet in the finals or or in any 267 00:18:44.369 --> 00:18:48.490 round. You know. So, yeah, let's see what happens. Yeah, 268 00:18:48.730 --> 00:18:52.210 man, every seven kids gradu. We do. Because, yeah, 269 00:18:52.250 --> 00:18:55.920 yeah, you are. We going to be doing a show on who we 270 00:18:56.079 --> 00:18:59.400 thinks like our pics, are we? Is that going to be a show 271 00:18:59.519 --> 00:19:02.759 coming up? Oh, definetly. Hell, yeah, we're gonna have to 272 00:19:02.839 --> 00:19:06.319 do that. Yeah, yeah, you know it, man, just like 273 00:19:06.480 --> 00:19:07.720 for everything else, we're going to have to have our picks in for that. 274 00:19:08.640 --> 00:19:11.190 Oh Yeah, Oh, yeah, and there were bill to see it 275 00:19:11.309 --> 00:19:15.710 live right there in person. Definitely, definitely. Let's get into this next 276 00:19:15.950 --> 00:19:22.150 division here, seventy seven kilos. In the finals we have Roberto human is 277 00:19:22.750 --> 00:19:29.740 taking on Fabio Murat Kloe Ah, the veteran taking on the youngster and the 278 00:19:29.859 --> 00:19:33.940 youngster wins by subway was what did he win with? Was it like the 279 00:19:33.700 --> 00:19:38.009 weird wrist lock or key Mora? I know he had his back but I 280 00:19:38.049 --> 00:19:41.890 couldn't quite see what he was doing. I don't know if he was working 281 00:19:41.970 --> 00:19:45.289 a choke or if he had his wrists or something. I just know that 282 00:19:45.369 --> 00:19:49.130 he did fish by sub even if he wouldn't have got the sub he would 283 00:19:49.130 --> 00:19:53.559 have won by points because I think he had the back take and a takedown 284 00:19:55.119 --> 00:19:57.880 her. Yeah, he had. He had the back and it ended up 285 00:19:59.160 --> 00:20:03.319 he he what do you call it? A not was a very naked choke. 286 00:20:03.000 --> 00:20:06.200 He was on. He was on his back, had both folks in 287 00:20:06.359 --> 00:20:11.910 and he locked in the choke from his back and man, think it was 288 00:20:11.950 --> 00:20:14.950 deep. Yeah, cause that first he I look like he was going for 289 00:20:14.990 --> 00:20:18.430 a body triangle, but he up switching getting it. Tooks in apel and 290 00:20:19.069 --> 00:20:22.259 he meant it. He would. He was fighting it for a while, 291 00:20:22.420 --> 00:20:25.900 for a good few minutes he was fighting that backtake, but he ended up 292 00:20:26.220 --> 00:20:30.740 sinching in that rare naked choke and submitted him. Yeah, yeah, and 293 00:20:30.940 --> 00:20:33.500 so I was really excited to see it. Vertical throw his name in the 294 00:20:33.539 --> 00:20:37.970 House hoping he'd be in the tournament last week, but he waited one extra 295 00:20:38.009 --> 00:20:42.569 week and, good Lord Man, he was not fucking around and he was 296 00:20:42.690 --> 00:20:48.130 instantly looking to pass if he didn't get a quick takedown. And then once 297 00:20:48.170 --> 00:20:51.000 he got the pass man he was just looking to take people's back and that's 298 00:20:51.000 --> 00:20:52.920 all he wanted to do. I think he want all of his just by 299 00:20:53.079 --> 00:21:00.079 every naked joke. So now he's joining jt Torres, the returning champion. 300 00:21:00.559 --> 00:21:04.349 He's taking on Oliver Tozza, the European Trials Winner, K Rutalo, the 301 00:21:04.390 --> 00:21:08.230 first North American trials winner. We could go wow, who won last week 302 00:21:08.269 --> 00:21:14.470 in the South American trials? Not Giles, who's been invited, Dobby Ramos, 303 00:21:14.549 --> 00:21:19.019 who's been invited, Lucas Lapri, invite, and Nikki Ryan invite. 304 00:21:19.619 --> 00:21:25.819 Yeah, man, good Lord, that is a stack division. There's no 305 00:21:26.019 --> 00:21:30.940 easy matches there, nobody. I mean you look at that list and anyone, 306 00:21:32.220 --> 00:21:34.329 just like in the division before, any one of these guys can make 307 00:21:34.410 --> 00:21:38.769 it to the finals. You know, JC arris returning channel. He could. 308 00:21:38.769 --> 00:21:42.970 You could easily see him going against kate or Mika or robe. I 309 00:21:44.049 --> 00:21:48.519 mean, if anything, the only person that might have like a kink in 310 00:21:48.559 --> 00:21:52.559 their armor is, I hate to say, your Roberto. You know, 311 00:21:52.720 --> 00:21:59.640 he's always been suspect to those to the Leglot game, you know, looking 312 00:21:59.720 --> 00:22:02.470 for him. A lot of the guys in Brazil weren't playing that game. 313 00:22:02.589 --> 00:22:06.990 So he really you, we really don't know if he's if he's improved in 314 00:22:07.069 --> 00:22:10.829 that aspect of his game. You know, every other magic he's lost. 315 00:22:10.910 --> 00:22:15.589 He's always lost by heel hook or some torp, some something along those lines. 316 00:22:15.059 --> 00:22:18.140 You know, he yeah, I love seeing it because he leaves it 317 00:22:18.220 --> 00:22:23.579 all on the Mat and he's just a scramble machine. He's always working to 318 00:22:23.619 --> 00:22:27.099 get a better positions. So he could be a definite dark horse in this 319 00:22:27.220 --> 00:22:33.490 match. But can you imagine Amika Rollbet to him and his match opening around? 320 00:22:33.450 --> 00:22:37.410 Wow, dovin will go to him and is that would be a sick 321 00:22:37.490 --> 00:22:41.210 ass match to Oh, you know what, it seems like. You know 322 00:22:41.289 --> 00:22:45.880 what, no matter what they do, no matter who they lock up with 323 00:22:45.000 --> 00:22:51.440 this it's going to be like it's just going to be like, I don't 324 00:22:51.440 --> 00:22:57.079 I can't even explain. It's like watching the infinity the last infinity war movie. 325 00:22:57.200 --> 00:23:00.549 It's going to be like watching the firest all wars. Think I mean 326 00:23:00.670 --> 00:23:04.829 it. This is like the Super Bowl, in the super bowl exactly. 327 00:23:06.190 --> 00:23:08.190 You're not going to want to go to go use the restroom or get any 328 00:23:08.390 --> 00:23:14.019 I see. You know you're not going to want to leave the floor once 329 00:23:14.140 --> 00:23:17.619 this thing starts. It doesn't matter what, we'll definitely not you know you're 330 00:23:17.660 --> 00:23:19.099 gonna want to leave there. You're not going to want to miss this. 331 00:23:21.619 --> 00:23:23.579 Oh No, yeah, I'll be going to the dollar store before the show 332 00:23:23.819 --> 00:23:26.170 for snacks for sure, because I ain't getting up out of my seat. 333 00:23:27.049 --> 00:23:33.049 Yeah, man, I yeah, I'll be there watching and we won't we 334 00:23:33.210 --> 00:23:36.089 can't leave. We can't leave. Yeah, yeah, all right. So 335 00:23:36.289 --> 00:23:40.089 let's jump into the next bracket. Here the s eighty eight kilogram division. 336 00:23:40.490 --> 00:23:45.240 We had Alexander Waukin taking on, Oh wait, I'm sorry, Alexander Wakin 337 00:23:45.319 --> 00:23:51.400 taking on who did he be? Raphael Pagan Paganini, and that ended up 338 00:23:51.440 --> 00:23:56.430 going by refs decision. I did watch a little bit of that. I 339 00:23:56.710 --> 00:24:03.230 don't remember too many details on that other than Alexander one by REF's decision at 340 00:24:03.269 --> 00:24:08.390 the very end. Obviously they did go into some overtime. But now he's 341 00:24:08.549 --> 00:24:15.500 in the mix at eighty eight kilos. He's joining the club with Yogan Oh 342 00:24:15.579 --> 00:24:19.220 Flanagan, European trials winner, Jean Carlo Boudoni, North American trials winner, 343 00:24:19.500 --> 00:24:26.410 our boy Mason Fowler, North American trials winner again. He's Aki by Anie, 344 00:24:26.490 --> 00:24:32.250 who won last week in the South American trials, and invite ee Craig 345 00:24:32.289 --> 00:24:38.559 Jonesandi de Barrel, Josh Hinger and Tie Rutalo. So this this division stacked 346 00:24:38.599 --> 00:24:42.359 as well. I don't know if they're going to invite anybody else, but 347 00:24:42.519 --> 00:24:48.119 I would be surprised. I wouldn't be surprised if they invited Matthias, the 348 00:24:48.160 --> 00:24:52.079 niece, into into this, since he's the one that wanted the last time 349 00:24:52.160 --> 00:24:55.630 around, you know. And Yeah, he had a match not too long 350 00:24:55.670 --> 00:24:59.190 ago on WHO's number one. So He's been a pretty active competitor to so 351 00:24:59.630 --> 00:25:03.589 it wouldn't be too bad throwing his name in the mix. UHUM, anything 352 00:25:03.630 --> 00:25:07.029 you want to add on this? Cuz Well, I mean what I could 353 00:25:07.029 --> 00:25:10.019 say is like, when I was watching this match, it wasn't like the 354 00:25:10.140 --> 00:25:15.019 previous matches the other way classes were talking about you know, this was more 355 00:25:15.180 --> 00:25:21.890 I just reminded me rap yell and this, who was watching them in the 356 00:25:22.130 --> 00:25:26.650 anod's reminding me a lot of the autosk coach, the one who's fighting in 357 00:25:26.690 --> 00:25:32.289 the super match under Gable. It was it was very like very strong, 358 00:25:32.369 --> 00:25:37.240 very muscular, like I'm gonna Dominate you know, you more with like muscle 359 00:25:37.319 --> 00:25:41.920 and strength then you know that fast piece. I'm going to go for a 360 00:25:41.039 --> 00:25:44.880 take a single leg or you know, something like that, with a lot 361 00:25:44.920 --> 00:25:47.880 of pushing, a lot of you know, hand fighting and stuff like that. 362 00:25:48.680 --> 00:25:52.630 So wasn't super exciting. A lot of couple a lot more penalties there. 363 00:25:52.990 --> 00:25:56.150 But again, it wasn't just like we were talking about our last episode 364 00:25:56.150 --> 00:26:00.309 where it's a lot of just like wrestling and just kind of just stand. 365 00:26:00.430 --> 00:26:03.069 So there was action in this and so I did like that. It did 366 00:26:03.150 --> 00:26:07.339 keep you entertained, but it will definitely wasn't as high pace as those other 367 00:26:07.420 --> 00:26:11.019 matches that we were just talking about. But I mean as far as the 368 00:26:11.299 --> 00:26:18.569 overall you know, again, it doesn't matter what what weight class of we're 369 00:26:18.609 --> 00:26:21.329 talking about, it's going to be nuts. There's going to be there's so 370 00:26:21.369 --> 00:26:25.569 many people that it could go anywhere. They could go anywhere. You Know 371 00:26:26.170 --> 00:26:29.730 Mason Fowler, you know you got Craig Jones, which is everyone's you know, 372 00:26:30.250 --> 00:26:33.079 like he's a very popular name out there. You got the root, 373 00:26:33.160 --> 00:26:37.839 another real brother out there. So you know, it's it's nuts man, 374 00:26:37.960 --> 00:26:41.799 it I. I don't know who's going to take this. Yeah, there's 375 00:26:41.839 --> 00:26:45.279 killers on killers in there and it's another good division to watch. You'll keep 376 00:26:45.279 --> 00:26:49.269 your eye on it. Yeah, yeah, so next up we have the 377 00:26:49.390 --> 00:26:56.910 under ninety nine kilogram division, and that was won by Jose sacconi submitting Lucas 378 00:26:56.950 --> 00:27:03.259 Leda compo Grande. Gosh, I know I watched that match, but I 379 00:27:03.339 --> 00:27:07.779 can't remember how he ended up winning because I was so stoked by the Golmberg 380 00:27:07.819 --> 00:27:11.259 but ADA match that we're going to get to next, because you remember that 381 00:27:11.339 --> 00:27:15.410 match? No, I don't. I'm actually trying to go back and and 382 00:27:15.690 --> 00:27:19.930 capture it real quick. Yeah, take a peek at it. While you're 383 00:27:19.970 --> 00:27:23.049 doing that, I'm gonna I'm going to introduce the nut, the you know, 384 00:27:23.450 --> 00:27:26.890 the rest of the group. So now he's joining per tutupon in the 385 00:27:26.930 --> 00:27:32.960 European trials winner Joe Costa, who won last week at the South American childs 386 00:27:33.039 --> 00:27:38.319 one, Raphael Lebato Jr. Invite Hee kind and Duarte, invite tea Yury 387 00:27:38.400 --> 00:27:44.309 Su, most invite ee, Tim Spriggs, invite tee, Patrick Godio, 388 00:27:44.470 --> 00:27:51.589 invite and Nicholas Moragali invite tea. So another Super Fat Stack Division that can 389 00:27:51.630 --> 00:27:55.630 be won by any one of these guys. Yuri summos, Tims Briggs, 390 00:27:55.750 --> 00:28:00.140 kind and you know, Dude. Any okay, so it was a verse, 391 00:28:00.380 --> 00:28:03.579 took back and we're naked, choke, we're naked, all right. 392 00:28:03.859 --> 00:28:10.420 So it was rear naked at five hundred and fifty five. Dude. Like 393 00:28:10.539 --> 00:28:14.609 I said, another stacked stack division. I think we talked a little bit 394 00:28:14.650 --> 00:28:18.369 about this last week and I said, you know, any one of these 395 00:28:18.369 --> 00:28:19.970 guys can end up in the finals, and one of the guys that can 396 00:28:21.210 --> 00:28:25.170 right this whole thing is some guy, a fighter than not a lot of 397 00:28:25.210 --> 00:28:27.519 people talk about, and that's tims Briggs. You know, one thing, 398 00:28:27.640 --> 00:28:32.799 that one thing that keeps coming up, that keeps saving people, or not 399 00:28:32.960 --> 00:28:37.000 really keep saving people, but help set the pace, is wrestling. If 400 00:28:37.160 --> 00:28:40.720 someone has a really good wrestling they're going to be able to dictate when and 401 00:28:41.470 --> 00:28:45.670 where this fight is going to take place and they're using it to their advantage. 402 00:28:45.670 --> 00:28:49.430 And he's one of these veterans that you're just he's been around the block 403 00:28:49.470 --> 00:28:52.430 so many times that he's not going to be caught off guard by anything and, 404 00:28:52.549 --> 00:28:56.539 as a matter of fact, he you're not going to catch him off 405 00:28:56.619 --> 00:28:59.940 guard with anything and you know exactly where what you're going to get when you're 406 00:28:59.940 --> 00:29:03.339 going up against and he's just going to be a hard nosed grinder that's going 407 00:29:03.380 --> 00:29:07.140 to fight for every last bit of advantage he can get and he's gonna try 408 00:29:07.140 --> 00:29:10.970 to take put you on your back and once he puts you on your back, 409 00:29:11.369 --> 00:29:15.769 he's going to pressure pass his way past your guard and eventually work for 410 00:29:15.809 --> 00:29:18.970 a submission. So, for sure, dark horse of the ninety nine kilogram 411 00:29:19.049 --> 00:29:23.049 division, tims Briggs. You heard it hear at first. Who knows what 412 00:29:23.170 --> 00:29:26.240 could happen. Like I said, we do still have two more trials coming 413 00:29:26.279 --> 00:29:30.039 up, so anything can happen. You know, we still got some more 414 00:29:30.079 --> 00:29:33.359 competitors that are going to be added to the mix. Anything you want to 415 00:29:33.400 --> 00:29:36.799 add Cuz we got one more division to talk about. Yeah, man, 416 00:29:37.200 --> 00:29:40.029 as far as that, you know, ten sprigs, he definitely has that. 417 00:29:40.589 --> 00:29:42.789 You know he has the best of both worlds on that. You know, 418 00:29:42.910 --> 00:29:47.309 has that wrestling background. He also has you know, is absolutely obviously 419 00:29:47.390 --> 00:29:51.789 a top competitor in Jiu Jitsu, and so, yeah, he's he has 420 00:29:51.869 --> 00:29:55.940 that endurance stamina from wrestling, you know, it has that ability to take 421 00:29:56.019 --> 00:29:59.460 you down and he has you. Definitely has the skill, you know, 422 00:29:59.500 --> 00:30:03.859 Matt bringing into Jujitsu and everything the high level that he's at to really dictate 423 00:30:03.819 --> 00:30:07.609 where he wants us to go. But I mean, you know, this 424 00:30:07.849 --> 00:30:11.650 is you know, everyone in is another. Again, I can't say you 425 00:30:11.730 --> 00:30:14.089 know enough, but I'm sure we're going to keep saying it every time we 426 00:30:14.210 --> 00:30:17.569 talked about it. Everything, buddy, in this thing. It could it 427 00:30:17.650 --> 00:30:22.319 could go one way or another. Levato, I mean you got duse fucking 428 00:30:22.279 --> 00:30:26.680 like on top of it like he you know, you see him, you 429 00:30:26.759 --> 00:30:30.839 know just, you know, just crating, creating things and doing crazy things. 430 00:30:32.279 --> 00:30:34.200 I don't even have words for it, man, but anybody in this 431 00:30:34.359 --> 00:30:37.829 can really just take it. It's going to be amazing to watch. Yeah, 432 00:30:37.829 --> 00:30:41.549 it's a good it's a good, good division, you know. So 433 00:30:41.829 --> 00:30:45.509 we got one more division. This is the ninety nine and over kilogram division, 434 00:30:45.829 --> 00:30:49.220 and it was one by Goomberg Bada, who beat Leo Lemos in the 435 00:30:49.339 --> 00:30:56.779 finals by submission. And I also think this was rear naked. If I'm 436 00:30:56.819 --> 00:31:03.660 not mistaken. Goomberg was the guy that was not expected to be competing, 437 00:31:03.700 --> 00:31:06.490 kind of through his name in the hat at the last minute. said he 438 00:31:06.609 --> 00:31:10.329 was really inspired by mikas performance last week and he was like, you know 439 00:31:10.410 --> 00:31:14.650 what, fucking mecause a Gi Guy, I'm a key guy and I do 440 00:31:14.769 --> 00:31:15.930 a little bit of noogie and he does a little bit of Noogie, so 441 00:31:15.970 --> 00:31:21.440 I'm just going to try it. And he subbed everybody on his way to 442 00:31:21.640 --> 00:31:25.279 this, to winning this whole division. You know, the guy he was 443 00:31:25.359 --> 00:31:30.519 going up against, Theo, Leo Lemos, was a tank dude. Yeah, 444 00:31:30.519 --> 00:31:33.309 yeah, enough on the feat. Did you watch it? Yeah, 445 00:31:33.829 --> 00:31:38.069 I did. Did I see that? Every time Leo tried to go for 446 00:31:38.230 --> 00:31:42.509 like a foot sweep, he was like kicking the shit out of Gomberg leg. 447 00:31:44.269 --> 00:31:47.299 HMM, right, yellow, yeah, I mean yesty, but I 448 00:31:47.380 --> 00:31:52.740 mentally, eventually Goomberg was like fuck this and he just blasted a double turned 449 00:31:52.819 --> 00:31:56.259 the corner, took him down and then that was it. Right, Yep, 450 00:31:56.940 --> 00:32:00.490 he got that army, he got that left arm trapped on the on. 451 00:32:01.289 --> 00:32:05.210 Oh No, I'm sorry, it was an arm triangle from the top. 452 00:32:05.329 --> 00:32:09.410 Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, got that arm trapped and they 453 00:32:09.569 --> 00:32:13.289 just put that pressure on it. But yeah, that you. I mean 454 00:32:13.369 --> 00:32:16.759 that he's a fucking take even he looks bigger than him. But you know, 455 00:32:17.000 --> 00:32:21.599 he adds back. He answered bag said that doesn't matter your school. 456 00:32:22.079 --> 00:32:25.599 Yeah, so now. So, now, Goombrooke, Dada is joining the 457 00:32:25.680 --> 00:32:30.190 mix with Hike Ju Sela, the European trials winner, John Hanson and North 458 00:32:30.750 --> 00:32:36.670 American trials winner Roosevelt Susa, who was the South American child winner last week. 459 00:32:36.990 --> 00:32:44.150 Inviteee Gordon Ryan, Nikki Rodriguez, Philippe Banya and Joah Gabriel Rocha. 460 00:32:45.059 --> 00:32:47.420 So a lot of wrestlers. Looks like that wrestling is going to be the 461 00:32:47.460 --> 00:32:52.140 name of the game in this division as well. Goombrook did show a little 462 00:32:52.140 --> 00:32:54.779 bit of wrestling. I think he's gonna have to do a lot more wrestling 463 00:32:54.859 --> 00:33:00.769 with the names of Niki Rodriguez and Gordon Ryan in the mix. You know. 464 00:33:01.329 --> 00:33:07.849 So how he does? Again, full of killers. We would love 465 00:33:07.930 --> 00:33:12.410 to see Gordon and Philippe at some point. I don't care if it's in 466 00:33:12.490 --> 00:33:15.440 the opening round, I don't care if it's in the semis, I don't 467 00:33:15.480 --> 00:33:19.960 care if it's in the finals, but we got a step fare between the 468 00:33:20.039 --> 00:33:22.799 parking and cordant, you know? Or Yeah, you know. We got 469 00:33:22.880 --> 00:33:24.680 to see it on the man. It's got to be official. I don't 470 00:33:24.680 --> 00:33:28.670 want them, I don't want anything in the locker room. I don't want 471 00:33:28.670 --> 00:33:34.829 anybody slack getting slapped behind stage. I need this what the clock running and 472 00:33:34.990 --> 00:33:37.950 a reff right there, because we got to see this from beginning to end. 473 00:33:37.990 --> 00:33:40.859 We got to see this out. Yes, we do. Yes, 474 00:33:40.980 --> 00:33:44.859 we do. I yeah, I don't like. Yeah, you are, 475 00:33:44.940 --> 00:33:46.019 you want on the mad to make it official, but I just got to 476 00:33:46.019 --> 00:33:49.259 see it, man, I don't even care they just do it for fun 477 00:33:49.380 --> 00:33:51.940 in the lobby. I'll be there to watch it. I just want to 478 00:33:51.980 --> 00:33:57.609 see these guys go out of I really do word, word, word, 479 00:33:57.849 --> 00:34:01.130 for sure, for sure. So that was the last division for ADCC. 480 00:34:01.369 --> 00:34:06.769 We got two more rounds of trials coming up. Let's see here. We 481 00:34:06.849 --> 00:34:10.880 have the second round of North American trials coming up in Vegas April, second 482 00:34:10.960 --> 00:34:15.639 and third, and then the month after that, may, seventh and eighth, 483 00:34:15.880 --> 00:34:21.000 the second round of European trials, and that will be it. That'll 484 00:34:21.039 --> 00:34:23.389 wrap up the show and then we'll have to wait until September. Eighteen, 485 00:34:23.869 --> 00:34:30.670 seventeen and eighteen for the ADCC world championships. So it's coming together real, 486 00:34:30.869 --> 00:34:36.429 real fast, and it's just every trials we just keep getting more and more 487 00:34:36.469 --> 00:34:42.500 excited. So keep becoming MOHUSSEEING ATCC. Thank you, guys, Cuz you 488 00:34:42.619 --> 00:34:45.659 ready to talk some UFC? Oh Yeah, definitely ready for this. Man 489 00:34:50.699 --> 00:34:53.010 UFC. Two hundred and seventy one. I got a mean I was not 490 00:34:53.130 --> 00:34:58.809 excited about this a couple weeks ago. I don't know if maybe I wasn't 491 00:34:58.809 --> 00:35:04.010 looking at the car right and all I really remember standing out was the main 492 00:35:04.090 --> 00:35:07.119 event. You know, is he taking on Robert Whitaker in a rematch for 493 00:35:07.199 --> 00:35:12.840 the hundred and eighty five pound middleweights, drap? But then, like on 494 00:35:13.079 --> 00:35:15.119 Wednesday or Tuesday, I looked at the card again and I was like, 495 00:35:16.239 --> 00:35:22.110 what the fuck? Derek Lois and tie to of Ausa? Are you serious? 496 00:35:22.230 --> 00:35:28.829 Jared Kennon here? Derek brunts it, oh, he'll yeah, pre 497 00:35:29.070 --> 00:35:37.219 limbs and JAI or Losky Kyler Phillips, let's go. I do got admit 498 00:35:37.300 --> 00:35:43.139 I was a little little upset that Alex Perez fight got scrapped because he couldn't 499 00:35:43.139 --> 00:35:46.099 quite make way. I'm sure there's a logical explanation for that. We'll get 500 00:35:46.139 --> 00:35:51.170 this see local Alex per as pretty soon, hopefully. Hopefully, everything's all 501 00:35:51.170 --> 00:35:55.610 right. But Man, what Uh Card? What a card, Cuz I 502 00:35:55.769 --> 00:36:01.090 picked eight fights. I went seven and one. I was so close, 503 00:36:02.090 --> 00:36:08.320 so close to go on, Hoppycau on are they? What happened the last 504 00:36:08.440 --> 00:36:13.039 one? You know what, it was just well, let me let me 505 00:36:13.159 --> 00:36:16.480 just start. You know, usually I don't do too many prelimp fights, 506 00:36:16.519 --> 00:36:22.829 but in this case I picked kyler Phillips of versus Marcello Rojo. I went 507 00:36:22.989 --> 00:36:28.429 Casey O'Neil, being wrote rocks and amount of ferry, and I went Andrei 508 00:36:28.429 --> 00:36:34.619 Laski, taking on Jared van Vendera. So I started off three and oh 509 00:36:34.739 --> 00:36:37.539 before the pay per pay per view even started. Pay Per view started, 510 00:36:37.699 --> 00:36:40.340 I crack a beer. I'm like, you know what, I'm three and 511 00:36:40.460 --> 00:36:44.579 Oh, I deserve a shot. I'm going to take a shot to keep 512 00:36:44.659 --> 00:36:50.050 this street going. Well, pay per view starts right, we got her, 513 00:36:50.250 --> 00:36:54.690 bobby, I'm sorry, I'm looking at the wrong card here. Where 514 00:36:54.690 --> 00:37:00.449 did you go? All right, pay per view started bobby green taking on 515 00:37:00.570 --> 00:37:07.280 Nasprat hacks Putts, and it was a close fight, but I ended up 516 00:37:07.360 --> 00:37:10.960 winning needless to say, I won four in a row. I want. 517 00:37:12.159 --> 00:37:15.670 After every fight I would look at my wife and I'm like that's two in 518 00:37:15.750 --> 00:37:22.070 a row, that's three in a row, that's foreigner row. Oh buy 519 00:37:22.190 --> 00:37:30.860 it, that's six in a row. I'm on my seventh, on my 520 00:37:30.099 --> 00:37:36.219 seventh fight. It's a lock of all the fights on this card, this 521 00:37:36.500 --> 00:37:38.019 fight, or maybe want other fight on this car, I'll be like if 522 00:37:38.059 --> 00:37:40.139 you got a gun to my head, I'm like this dude, he's gonna 523 00:37:40.219 --> 00:37:45.250 win. Put the House on it, no doubt about it. Her what 524 00:37:45.409 --> 00:37:51.170 happened? Like two minutes into this fight, my wife is like, why 525 00:37:51.289 --> 00:37:54.730 is he fighting him? He shouldn't be fought. She starts feeling sorry for 526 00:37:54.849 --> 00:38:06.400 the guy, sorry for the guy, and the tide instantly changes. Still 527 00:38:06.559 --> 00:38:09.960 she starts noticing what's happening. Needs to say. The ship went down soon 528 00:38:10.079 --> 00:38:15.389 after that and instead of going seven in a row, I went down one 529 00:38:15.510 --> 00:38:28.179 and they're went my parley. That's messed up, because I'm so sorry, 530 00:38:28.539 --> 00:38:35.380 game, game man gold. That's how my night landed. That's how I 531 00:38:35.619 --> 00:38:39.460 ended whatever. There was a good round of fight, so really, really 532 00:38:39.539 --> 00:38:44.250 good fights. Any yeah, man up to you guys. Want Talk. 533 00:38:44.329 --> 00:38:46.130 Yeah, you know what, there there was a few, but a lot 534 00:38:46.170 --> 00:38:50.530 of you know, I want to see that these I'm I'm starting to really 535 00:38:51.530 --> 00:38:54.719 make sure that I'm available and I'm ready to watch the early prelimbs and then 536 00:38:54.760 --> 00:38:59.519 the prelimbs cars, because men, those are where I start seeing. I've 537 00:38:59.559 --> 00:39:05.079 been seeing a lot of good fights, like the Martinez Fi with Ronnie Lawrence. 538 00:39:05.760 --> 00:39:09.670 That was I mean that was a great fight, and the Douglas Fight. 539 00:39:10.269 --> 00:39:14.670 Yeah, man, I mean there's some good fights, good fast paced 540 00:39:14.750 --> 00:39:19.190 brawling. I did really love that. I mean, what did you think 541 00:39:19.230 --> 00:39:22.550 about? You you're talking about the early prelimbs, the ones that we that 542 00:39:22.630 --> 00:39:24.739 we're on his mplus right, okay, yeah, yeah, and in the 543 00:39:25.380 --> 00:39:30.980 pre yeah, the prelimbs, the Phillips versus Rohl. You know, he 544 00:39:30.139 --> 00:39:34.980 went in there and Philips just I mean he just put on a camp man, 545 00:39:35.820 --> 00:39:38.170 he just diamond I was really good, fat right. Yeah, yeah, 546 00:39:38.289 --> 00:39:42.250 Austin's last five by split decision, and I kind of feel like he 547 00:39:42.369 --> 00:39:45.849 came in with a chip on his shoulder, really wanting to make a statement, 548 00:39:45.929 --> 00:39:49.849 and he dominated for sure. So shout out Kyler Phillips. Thank you 549 00:39:49.889 --> 00:39:53.840 for starting my parlayoff on a high note. Unfortunately at all, came crashing 550 00:39:53.880 --> 00:39:59.360 down a few fights later. But whatever. Great nighte of fights, great, 551 00:39:59.400 --> 00:40:04.760 great nighte of fights. You know what, let's I want to talk 552 00:40:04.800 --> 00:40:07.829 about the jared Kennon here Derek Brenson fight. What did you think about that 553 00:40:07.989 --> 00:40:16.070 fight? Because you know what, you know what it was rooted. It 554 00:40:16.230 --> 00:40:19.389 was weird to me. Let me, can I go first? Yeah, 555 00:40:19.429 --> 00:40:22.219 yeah, please, please, cause I can't find the Noor. There one. 556 00:40:22.619 --> 00:40:24.860 Yeah, Derek Brunson keyme in on a hot streak. I can't remember 557 00:40:24.900 --> 00:40:29.500 how many fights in a row he had one, but he had been he 558 00:40:29.739 --> 00:40:31.139 came in on a hot streak and he was even talking about you know what, 559 00:40:31.500 --> 00:40:36.050 after this fight, I'm a fight easy and then I'm gonna be easy 560 00:40:36.130 --> 00:40:38.210 and then I'm a retire. So he was coming in with a lot of 561 00:40:38.250 --> 00:40:43.570 steam, a lot of momentum, taking on Jared Kennon here. Jared Kennon 562 00:40:43.610 --> 00:40:47.170 here has fought his way to the top, lost to dirt Robert Whittaker not 563 00:40:47.289 --> 00:40:51.920 too long ago and since then even trying to put the chips bets back together 564 00:40:52.320 --> 00:40:54.920 and make his way back to the top. And for a while it look 565 00:40:54.960 --> 00:40:59.840 like Derek Brinson was going to win the fight and then somewhere towards the end 566 00:40:59.920 --> 00:41:01.880 of the first round, the early second round, I don't know, I 567 00:41:01.960 --> 00:41:07.750 feels like someone took Derek Brunson's acls down or some crap, but he just 568 00:41:07.909 --> 00:41:13.670 stopped wrestling. He's, yeah, wrestling, and he just like it looked 569 00:41:13.670 --> 00:41:16.590 like he was someplace else and he did not want to be where he was 570 00:41:16.670 --> 00:41:22.860 at. And Jared Yeah, took full advantage of it and just opened up 571 00:41:22.900 --> 00:41:27.659 the gatling gun from Jesse, the body of intur and just mode Derek Brunson 572 00:41:27.739 --> 00:41:30.139 the fuck down. Yeah, the red had to come in and save the 573 00:41:30.139 --> 00:41:34.329 day. Yeah, you know what with that, with this? Why I 574 00:41:34.449 --> 00:41:37.650 think that you, I think I'm glad you started that off, because that's 575 00:41:37.730 --> 00:41:39.929 really what it was. You know, they hide this this fight up and 576 00:41:39.969 --> 00:41:43.730 there anything. But then walking out here, and I was expecting a lot 577 00:41:43.769 --> 00:41:49.559 more, you saw Derek Brunton constantly going to his you know, foundation wrestling, 578 00:41:49.960 --> 00:41:52.280 constantly going for you take to us and you know, yeah, he 579 00:41:52.320 --> 00:41:55.719 would throw a little bit, but he was constantly, you know, every 580 00:41:55.760 --> 00:42:00.480 round, constantly you know, trying or every freaking like chance he got, 581 00:42:00.559 --> 00:42:04.349 he was trying to go for you know, jared's legs and trying to take 582 00:42:04.349 --> 00:42:07.670 a take down. I think just like towards the end, he just finally 583 00:42:07.190 --> 00:42:13.190 was tired. I mean he did take a couple good hits by by corn 584 00:42:13.269 --> 00:42:15.699 there, but you know, he you're right, there was a point I 585 00:42:15.820 --> 00:42:20.780 remember looking at him and he just didn't look like he was there. His 586 00:42:21.460 --> 00:42:24.739 shots is, you know, his every time he would throw it was very 587 00:42:24.940 --> 00:42:30.769 slow. It was like someone that had just done a marathon roll and just 588 00:42:30.889 --> 00:42:35.329 didn't have anything left in the team. He looked like me when I show 589 00:42:35.409 --> 00:42:38.769 up to class on time after the third round of warmups and I'm looking at 590 00:42:38.849 --> 00:42:50.760 coach like stop this and just because I'm tired of that dude. He was 591 00:42:50.920 --> 00:42:53.920 slow, exhausted man, and then, yeah, you look bad, man. 592 00:42:54.360 --> 00:42:59.469 He looked bad. He's like I'm here for a good time, not 593 00:42:59.670 --> 00:43:02.550 for a long time. Yeah, comes exactly, but you know what I 594 00:43:02.630 --> 00:43:06.269 mean. What are your thoughts? We, I mean with jared and everything, 595 00:43:06.389 --> 00:43:08.750 saying like Hey, I I you know, Dana, look at me, 596 00:43:09.110 --> 00:43:13.219 I'm you know, I want the next title matchin everything. Really, 597 00:43:13.380 --> 00:43:17.659 Bro Really, do you really think that he he's at that level to get 598 00:43:17.780 --> 00:43:23.900 a title shot with with out of Sonia you think he's at that level? 599 00:43:23.980 --> 00:43:28.289 I mean, if you look at the division, who else is there left? 600 00:43:28.329 --> 00:43:30.210 You know what I mean? If you look, you know Marvin mottry 601 00:43:30.409 --> 00:43:34.730 just got a title shot not too long ago and he for sure is. 602 00:43:35.650 --> 00:43:38.929 Is He a good fighter? Yeah. Is He a number one contender for 603 00:43:39.170 --> 00:43:43.880 the for the hundred and eighty five pound belt, though? I don't yeah, 604 00:43:43.880 --> 00:43:45.679 I don't think. I don't know. You know. Yeah, honestly, 605 00:43:45.840 --> 00:43:49.760 I'man Fuck it, why not? Who Else is there? You know, 606 00:43:50.239 --> 00:43:52.280 we look at Robert Whittaker, is rank right, right, was the 607 00:43:52.400 --> 00:43:57.750 number one contender. After him it's vittry. You know, Sean Strickland just 608 00:43:57.869 --> 00:44:00.349 one last week, but I mean now, that wasn't a very impressive win. 609 00:44:00.869 --> 00:44:06.349 You know, he needed five rounds even though he was in control the 610 00:44:06.550 --> 00:44:09.059 entire fight, and I'm talking about strickling here. It wasn't anything that made 611 00:44:09.059 --> 00:44:13.179 me be like that, made me think, oh, he deserves a title 612 00:44:13.219 --> 00:44:15.780 shots. As a matter of fact, I think I would rather see Sean 613 00:44:15.900 --> 00:44:22.179 Strickland taking on Jared Kennon here for a number one contender fight, because I 614 00:44:22.219 --> 00:44:25.250 don't think either of those guys took too much damage, so let's let them 615 00:44:27.530 --> 00:44:35.170 fight in early summer and let's set up that fight for early, late fall. 616 00:44:35.369 --> 00:44:38.039 Early. Winner out of sign takes the winner of Sean Strickland Jared Kennon 617 00:44:38.119 --> 00:44:43.320 here. I just don't think either one of those guys has generated enough momentum 618 00:44:43.400 --> 00:44:46.719 or enough interest in either one of them to who sell pay per views or 619 00:44:46.800 --> 00:44:50.880 to get me really excited for. Yeah, I want to see. Are 620 00:44:50.960 --> 00:44:53.630 Kennon your versus out of Signa Nah Man? Yeah, I want. I 621 00:44:53.670 --> 00:44:58.230 don't want. Yeah, he shot strictly out of signa either. HMM, 622 00:44:58.670 --> 00:45:04.869 I don't want. You gotta start. Yeah, you know who knows? 623 00:45:04.909 --> 00:45:08.099 I mean, Gosh, I'm looking through the list of who they got and 624 00:45:09.260 --> 00:45:16.420 I don't even know. Yeah, it doesn't get it doesn't. What's that? 625 00:45:17.019 --> 00:45:21.260 It doesn't get me excited for like the next no, not a wrong, 626 00:45:21.449 --> 00:45:23.130 not at all. So let's yeah, they're really glad to put this 627 00:45:23.210 --> 00:45:28.489 one, the other earner, in with it. Yeah, yeah, let's 628 00:45:28.530 --> 00:45:30.769 wait, you know, let's we don't. They don't have to rush on 629 00:45:30.849 --> 00:45:32.369 this. You know, they got a little bit of time. Let's make 630 00:45:32.449 --> 00:45:37.199 some matches in between now and then before they have to announce something, and 631 00:45:37.280 --> 00:45:40.039 let's see who steps up. You know, maybe Sarah gets hurt, maybe 632 00:45:40.119 --> 00:45:45.519 something takes a fight on a short notice in brilliant presses the crap out of 633 00:45:45.599 --> 00:45:49.800 us. Until then, I don't know. Someone's gonna have to come up, 634 00:45:49.880 --> 00:45:52.150 but it can be anybody at this point. You know, making a 635 00:45:52.269 --> 00:45:54.750 flash, make a name for off, and you might just earn a title 636 00:45:54.829 --> 00:46:00.269 shot right away. So, yeah, looking at your work record, he 637 00:46:00.469 --> 00:46:04.269 was coming in with a five fight winning street, because so he was on 638 00:46:04.380 --> 00:46:07.340 quite the way street. Yeah, yeah, well, it look like it, 639 00:46:07.460 --> 00:46:09.739 though. No, I'll just say definitely not. Yeah, I'll do. 640 00:46:09.820 --> 00:46:13.940 All are going to say is before we go on today. Heavyweight fight. 641 00:46:14.099 --> 00:46:16.340 That was all. My God. Did you get a chance? I 642 00:46:16.619 --> 00:46:22.289 want to go back one one before that, to the lightweight fight with Alexander 643 00:46:22.329 --> 00:46:27.809 Hernandez versus note on Conna. Oh that was look good, scrap man. 644 00:46:28.289 --> 00:46:31.610 Yeah, well, I don't know. I think that was na them McConnell's 645 00:46:31.730 --> 00:46:36.480 first fight at lightweight, because before that he was fighting, yeah, other 646 00:46:36.559 --> 00:46:38.519 way. Yeah, they were saying that. Yeah, he's this was a 647 00:46:38.559 --> 00:46:43.280 good that might have been his second. By that featherweight really mean at lightweight? 648 00:46:43.599 --> 00:46:47.230 I think so. Let me see here. Gosh, it doesn't say 649 00:46:47.269 --> 00:46:51.590 here, but it might have been. Yeah, I want to say that. 650 00:46:51.710 --> 00:46:54.349 They said, yeah, his last fight was that lightweight. Okay, 651 00:46:54.869 --> 00:47:00.820 yeah, it was okay, but yeah, man, that fight. Man, 652 00:47:00.940 --> 00:47:04.699 he put it on him. You know, I was thinking he was 653 00:47:04.699 --> 00:47:07.260 going to go in there and they were gonna be a lot of Jiu Jitsu 654 00:47:07.380 --> 00:47:10.539 and everything, and but Marin, instead of game with they were ringing. 655 00:47:10.699 --> 00:47:14.619 Yeah, no, there were. Yeah, I don't know if you're familiar 656 00:47:14.659 --> 00:47:19.489 with Alex Hernandez is type of game, but he's going to be in your 657 00:47:19.570 --> 00:47:23.090 face, he's gonna he's gonna throw some heavy, heavy hands, he's gonna 658 00:47:23.130 --> 00:47:27.449 be an in your face wrestler. He might not get the takedown, but 659 00:47:27.610 --> 00:47:30.639 he will pressure the shit out of you and he definitely could force a takedown 660 00:47:31.400 --> 00:47:35.639 if and but one thing that I did notice, or I have noticed, 661 00:47:35.800 --> 00:47:39.079 is that if he doesn't dominate right off the bat, he kind of starts 662 00:47:39.239 --> 00:47:43.800 to fade away a little bit, and I think that's kind of what happened 663 00:47:43.880 --> 00:47:47.190 here. HMM. When what Donald took his back, he didn't have the 664 00:47:47.349 --> 00:47:52.510 choke locked in. It was over his Chin and he kind of does gave 665 00:47:52.630 --> 00:47:54.030 up. I don't know if he gave up or, you know, he 666 00:47:54.429 --> 00:47:58.269 took some shot before he got down there. So that could have been that 667 00:47:58.349 --> 00:48:00.659 could have had a lot to do with it. But yeah, once mygonald 668 00:48:00.900 --> 00:48:05.460 on his back, man it was. It wasn't long after that that Alexander 669 00:48:05.579 --> 00:48:10.300 was tapping out. So shout out to Hanato making a splash at lightweight and 670 00:48:10.460 --> 00:48:14.289 who knows, he might be making a run up towards the top. So 671 00:48:14.690 --> 00:48:16.010 yeah, it was a good fighting no, no matter what. Yeah, 672 00:48:16.289 --> 00:48:23.050 yeah, but what about the bag men? Might heavyweight event mean the Parley 673 00:48:23.130 --> 00:48:32.360 Bush? Yeah, so Derek Lewis taking on thie to e vasa tie to 674 00:48:32.440 --> 00:48:36.960 Evasa, for all you listeners out there, may not both be familiar with 675 00:48:37.159 --> 00:48:40.000 the name, but I know you're familiar with this. And twe VOSS's the 676 00:48:40.039 --> 00:48:46.230 guy who's who does shoe. He's so he just beers out of people's shoes, 677 00:48:47.150 --> 00:48:52.150 which I guess if you're doing a shoey out of your own shoe is 678 00:48:52.309 --> 00:48:57.420 gross enough. Yeah, but then someone else in a Shoei out of somebody 679 00:48:57.460 --> 00:49:01.860 else's shoe. Oh Yeah, yeah, I don't know. Yeah, that's 680 00:49:01.940 --> 00:49:06.940 crossing the line of all lines. And then what do you do? Whatever? 681 00:49:07.619 --> 00:49:09.889 The night man like your shoe is fill is like soaked with beer. 682 00:49:10.730 --> 00:49:14.889 What do you do? The REGUSTA was saying. Yeah, yeah, it's 683 00:49:14.889 --> 00:49:19.010 what you shouldn't have. Go ahead and like what, we're socks. I 684 00:49:19.050 --> 00:49:22.730 don't know about you, but what socks just ruined my day. Yes, 685 00:49:22.769 --> 00:49:27.639 yes, it's just uncomfortable. Now you'RE gonna go the rest of the night 686 00:49:27.760 --> 00:49:30.079 like that? That's I mean, I'm hopefully you got another pair of shoes 687 00:49:30.119 --> 00:49:34.199 in the car or whatever, but hey, yeah, it is. Would 688 00:49:34.239 --> 00:49:37.079 it is? Let's talk about this fight, because, I mean this fight 689 00:49:37.440 --> 00:49:43.510 was Taylor made for derrek Lewis. This was just rock'em sock'em robots. Derek 690 00:49:43.550 --> 00:49:45.710 Lewis knew what Ti to was going to do. Ty New with Derrick Lewis 691 00:49:45.909 --> 00:49:49.230 was going to do. It was like, Hey, that's meet in the 692 00:49:49.309 --> 00:49:52.260 cage and let's see who can last the longest. And that's basically what happened. 693 00:49:52.900 --> 00:49:55.860 Yark I. You know what, tell me if I'm wrong. I 694 00:49:55.980 --> 00:50:01.579 kind of felt like derrek Lewis was coming into this match thinking this is made 695 00:50:01.659 --> 00:50:06.460 for me. This guy lacks his stand in bang. He's going to leave 696 00:50:06.500 --> 00:50:09.449 himself open like crazy. I don't take damage like he does and I'm just 697 00:50:09.530 --> 00:50:12.889 going to knock him out because I'm going to take less damage in him. 698 00:50:13.010 --> 00:50:15.969 And that's what I thought was going to happen, because as reckless as Derrick 699 00:50:15.969 --> 00:50:21.440 Lewis is, how many times has he gone clipped by something other than the 700 00:50:21.559 --> 00:50:25.519 sound on fight? He he hardy ever takes any damage, you know. 701 00:50:25.840 --> 00:50:30.320 Yeah, actually pretty good. And what he does, you know, he's 702 00:50:30.440 --> 00:50:34.239 very, very good at avoiding the big shots and dishing them out, and 703 00:50:34.320 --> 00:50:38.190 I thought that's what was going to happen. But Tie got that motherfucking homer 704 00:50:38.269 --> 00:50:44.670 Simpson skull and took everything Derek Lewes had and was like I got you one 705 00:50:44.789 --> 00:50:52.500 more bro and drawing that freaking Tomahawk elbow across Derek Lewis his jaw and Derek 706 00:50:52.579 --> 00:50:57.179 Lewis was like what the fuck was that and just dropping to his knees like 707 00:50:57.420 --> 00:51:00.219 someone flipped the switch. Damn. Yeah, and they are, we're good, 708 00:51:00.300 --> 00:51:07.250 Harley, yeah, yeah, Derek Lewis Man. You know, yeah, 709 00:51:07.369 --> 00:51:08.570 I didn't expect him to do a lot of like, you know, 710 00:51:08.730 --> 00:51:12.889 high kicks and stuff like that. I was not here looking at him everything. 711 00:51:13.369 --> 00:51:15.809 Was Not expecting it to be, you know, to the level that 712 00:51:15.889 --> 00:51:17.170 it was. But Man, I gotta get to him. He got his 713 00:51:17.210 --> 00:51:20.880 leg up there those high kids. I can't even do that, and this 714 00:51:21.079 --> 00:51:23.440 is a wait for I am and that's something that I think he's been working 715 00:51:23.480 --> 00:51:27.159 on for a little while, because he's been listening him out every now and 716 00:51:27.199 --> 00:51:30.159 then. So that, yeah, it was. It was him impressive and 717 00:51:30.280 --> 00:51:32.789 you know what I think, for at the very big at the beginning, 718 00:51:34.230 --> 00:51:37.150 he was, you know, I seemed like he was dominating the fight. 719 00:51:37.230 --> 00:51:39.469 He was letting some good shots and everything, and I thought he might, 720 00:51:39.630 --> 00:51:44.030 you know, fish him. But Hey, you like you said, once 721 00:51:44.110 --> 00:51:46.780 he got, once he got that elbow to, you know, the side 722 00:51:46.820 --> 00:51:51.539 of his face like that, was it was game over and it was it 723 00:51:51.659 --> 00:51:54.420 was done deal. Yeah, man, and he his lights went out and 724 00:51:54.579 --> 00:51:59.139 you saw him just come down like a redwood tree. It was bad. 725 00:51:59.340 --> 00:52:05.090 Yeah, we're well, what about that? What about okay, let's wand 726 00:52:05.090 --> 00:52:08.010 to talk about that mean event. How about that, Oh man, main 727 00:52:08.090 --> 00:52:10.530 event. You know what? It was better than most people thought. And 728 00:52:10.809 --> 00:52:15.880 who knows, you if it turned out the way that is he thought it 729 00:52:15.000 --> 00:52:17.719 was going to turn out, because I mean, you know, talk is 730 00:52:17.800 --> 00:52:21.400 talk, but he really was saying that he was going to finish this fight 731 00:52:21.519 --> 00:52:25.559 early and honestly, from what we saw the first time around. There were 732 00:52:25.719 --> 00:52:30.670 what I mean, there was nothing. Anything that whittaker did was going to 733 00:52:30.750 --> 00:52:34.110 be an improvement on what he did the last time, because the last time 734 00:52:34.150 --> 00:52:37.269 he said he fought emotionally. I don't know if it was emotional or whatnot, 735 00:52:37.389 --> 00:52:40.550 but he was like a deer in the headlights, you know, like 736 00:52:43.389 --> 00:52:45.619 I don't know, he just did not look good. He got taken out 737 00:52:45.699 --> 00:52:51.659 super early. He did way better this time around. Lasted all five rounds, 738 00:52:51.739 --> 00:52:54.380 but it just it just wasn't enough. It would just it just seemed 739 00:52:54.420 --> 00:53:00.449 like is he was one step ahead. He was able to work in some 740 00:53:00.650 --> 00:53:02.730 takedowns. You know, how many takes downs did he get? Like two 741 00:53:02.769 --> 00:53:07.050 or three? I think three. Yeah, anything with those. He got 742 00:53:07.090 --> 00:53:10.210 him down and once he got him down, he had a really hard time 743 00:53:10.809 --> 00:53:15.960 holding him down and and producing any type of offense. You know, he 744 00:53:15.079 --> 00:53:19.800 did land a couple shots now and then, you know, some big overhand 745 00:53:19.880 --> 00:53:22.559 rides, but they were never followed up with anything else. They weren't set 746 00:53:22.599 --> 00:53:28.150 up by anything else. It was kind of just like kind of like a 747 00:53:28.309 --> 00:53:30.909 hell Mary shot, you know, like Hey, I'm going to shoot this 748 00:53:30.110 --> 00:53:32.750 ball as soon as I get across half court and if it goes in, 749 00:53:34.469 --> 00:53:37.110 cool and hit. How many of those are you going to make? If 750 00:53:37.150 --> 00:53:39.269 you shoot twenty of them? Who might get to three? You know? 751 00:53:39.469 --> 00:53:43.500 Yeah, but that's that's kind of like how I felt like every time I'm 752 00:53:43.820 --> 00:53:46.420 he landed a big shot, it was just like, I hate to say 753 00:53:46.460 --> 00:53:49.619 it, but it was a lucky shot. It was just like Ah, 754 00:53:50.659 --> 00:53:54.969 it would eat and it would just wasn't enough to to really make easy. 755 00:53:55.050 --> 00:54:00.090 have to respect it or to change he's game. Right. Yeah, yeah, 756 00:54:01.369 --> 00:54:04.210 but I mean I, you know, looking at the you know, 757 00:54:04.530 --> 00:54:07.849 watching the fighting, anything, watching whatever, you know, I thought that, 758 00:54:07.090 --> 00:54:10.599 you know, the takedowns would count a little bit more. You know, 759 00:54:10.760 --> 00:54:14.159 they put it and you and I and even like at the end of 760 00:54:14.239 --> 00:54:16.119 me, you know, out of Sonia, he was raising workers and I 761 00:54:16.159 --> 00:54:20.360 don't know if he's doing it just to be a good sport or he think 762 00:54:20.440 --> 00:54:22.960 so. Yeah, you think that's what it was, because I was like 763 00:54:22.119 --> 00:54:25.309 Oh, even, yeah, he didn't, because I didn't really see, 764 00:54:27.110 --> 00:54:30.590 you know, what he you know, he talked. He talks his huge 765 00:54:30.869 --> 00:54:34.070 game and he talks all this and says he's gonna do a B and C, 766 00:54:34.630 --> 00:54:37.429 and yet at the very end I didn't really see that. He's more 767 00:54:37.429 --> 00:54:40.260 of a defensive bar and it seemed like he would just kind of wait for 768 00:54:40.380 --> 00:54:43.980 them to come in. But if he didn't, it really I didn't really 769 00:54:44.019 --> 00:54:46.179 see anything that impressed me like, okay, yeah, this dude the fucking 770 00:54:46.219 --> 00:54:49.500 killer, like, but, I mean he's a good farer, don't get 771 00:54:49.500 --> 00:54:52.780 me wrong, but oh yeah, now. Well, what I what I 772 00:54:52.969 --> 00:54:59.530 saw was that on a Sonya was so confident in his ability, no matter 773 00:54:59.610 --> 00:55:05.210 where the fight was, that he was making Robert whittaker second guess himself, 774 00:55:05.369 --> 00:55:08.679 like Oh, should I punch? Should I kick right now, hiding? 775 00:55:08.760 --> 00:55:12.760 Should I shoot for this take down? And is he was like yeah, 776 00:55:12.880 --> 00:55:15.559 to do it, do back, to try together, you know what I 777 00:55:15.599 --> 00:55:21.909 mean. And every time he overstepped her, every time he crossed whatever imagine 778 00:55:21.989 --> 00:55:25.550 or imaginary lying there was, is he capitalized? He didn't. I mean 779 00:55:25.829 --> 00:55:30.909 look in the first round he dropped him, he dropped him hard, and 780 00:55:30.309 --> 00:55:35.030 it was kind of just like a like a move, like a hand that 781 00:55:35.110 --> 00:55:37.139 came out of nowhere and just sat them on his ass. And after that 782 00:55:37.860 --> 00:55:42.139 whittaker was like, Oh shit, no, not again, not again, 783 00:55:43.019 --> 00:55:49.019 and and and really was taken back by that and kind of wasn't as aggressive 784 00:55:49.059 --> 00:55:51.889 as he kind of started off with, and and for a cause. For 785 00:55:51.889 --> 00:55:53.449 a little while he was starting to do what he did in the first round 786 00:55:53.650 --> 00:55:58.090 and he was just running in like crazy, thrown in shots, you know, 787 00:55:58.210 --> 00:56:00.610 and then a little bit later was when he when he took that seat 788 00:56:00.650 --> 00:56:04.519 on the canvas and and he settled down. You know, I don't know 789 00:56:04.519 --> 00:56:07.159 if you notice when he went to his corner after the first round, but 790 00:56:07.679 --> 00:56:10.920 he just looked like he was really confused and shout out to his corner. 791 00:56:10.960 --> 00:56:15.239 They did a really good job of settling him down, letting him know, 792 00:56:15.320 --> 00:56:16.599 hey, that was the first round. Who knows what. Who knows what 793 00:56:16.639 --> 00:56:21.150 they said in the corner, because I didn't hear, but you know, 794 00:56:21.389 --> 00:56:22.750 they might have just said a fuck it, don't worry about it, we 795 00:56:22.869 --> 00:56:28.510 got four more rounds to work and let's go. And the longer the fight 796 00:56:28.670 --> 00:56:31.309 went, the more of a lead out of Soignia was getting and it was 797 00:56:31.389 --> 00:56:36.579 just too much for whittaker in the in the end. I'm with you Cuz 798 00:56:36.579 --> 00:56:39.739 I thought that I expected more out of out of Sonia. I thought he 799 00:56:39.980 --> 00:56:45.260 was going to finish this fight on of I thought that it would have been 800 00:56:45.460 --> 00:56:49.929 like a couple of ten eight rounds, maybe here or there, but it 801 00:56:50.170 --> 00:56:53.730 wasn't. It wasn't anything, you know, wasn't anything impressive. You know, 802 00:56:53.809 --> 00:56:58.329 there's been a lot of talk recently about who the real goal at a 803 00:56:58.329 --> 00:57:02.199 hundred eighty five pounds is, and I gotta say I'm old school. You 804 00:57:02.320 --> 00:57:07.760 know, I've seen it all. I've seen a lot. and is out 805 00:57:07.800 --> 00:57:12.239 of sign a good, he's fucking beyond good, but he's nowhere near the 806 00:57:12.280 --> 00:57:19.030 level that Anderson was and he hasn't been doing it as long. So if 807 00:57:19.110 --> 00:57:22.469 we look back at what Anderson was able to do for the longevity, I 808 00:57:22.510 --> 00:57:28.789 mean he was fucking making fools look like nothing and he was doing it on 809 00:57:28.949 --> 00:57:34.099 multiple in multiple weight classes. I mean he knocked out, for is Griffin 810 00:57:34.179 --> 00:57:37.219 with the JAB force. Griffin used to be the light heavyweight champ of the 811 00:57:37.300 --> 00:57:39.699 UFC. That ain't no joke. I like to see. Is He do 812 00:57:39.820 --> 00:57:44.570 that to another former light heavyweight Champi you know. I mean I know he 813 00:57:44.690 --> 00:57:47.889 took on Yon Blahovic a little while ago and went five rounds with him, 814 00:57:47.969 --> 00:57:55.449 you know, but Anderson knocked the fool the fuck out stand down, out 815 00:57:55.489 --> 00:58:00.440 of sign it. You Ain't the buddy yea, back in line, do 816 00:58:00.639 --> 00:58:04.239 what you say you're going to do. I got no doubt that he can 817 00:58:04.400 --> 00:58:07.719 and he's capable of we just gotta see it now, you know. So 818 00:58:07.159 --> 00:58:14.949 who knows? Well, that was the last fight, Cuz anything you want 819 00:58:14.949 --> 00:58:17.829 to add to this before we wrap this bad boy up? No, man, 820 00:58:19.070 --> 00:58:22.510 that I mean it was nuts. Man. You all those fights. 821 00:58:22.670 --> 00:58:25.389 I mean good, good night of fights. I watched them again afterwards, 822 00:58:25.429 --> 00:58:29.539 that's how impressive they were. But you know what, if your listeners are 823 00:58:29.579 --> 00:58:32.659 listening, make sure you get into those early prelimbs, the prelimb card, 824 00:58:32.659 --> 00:58:36.900 because you're really going to catch some good fights and you know, guys that 825 00:58:36.940 --> 00:58:39.900 are undiscovered or, you know, not as known, but man, they 826 00:58:40.059 --> 00:58:45.489 really put it out there. Yeah, yeah, good round of fights. 827 00:58:46.329 --> 00:58:51.409 If you have yespn plus, go back and check out those fights. If 828 00:58:51.489 --> 00:58:57.559 you got flow grappling, go back and check two weeks worth of ADCC South 829 00:58:57.639 --> 00:59:04.280 American trials. You will have a plethora of matches to dissect, so much 830 00:59:04.480 --> 00:59:09.590 cool stuff to watch. Moves up the Ying Yang, no GIE heaven for 831 00:59:09.909 --> 00:59:15.510 shore. That's all we got for this week. Jiujit that Ol. Stay 832 00:59:15.630 --> 00:59:19.670 tuned for next week's episode. Thank you so much. Have a great week 833 00:59:19.710 --> 00:59:22.909 out there, Jugit. Thatos. Until next time, keep rolling and training 834 00:59:22.070 --> 00:59:24.900 and we hope to hear from you. This is the motivations