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Tobin, Beast & Leroy
08-04-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 4 - Tyler Herro disrespected yet again

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 38:38


In the 4th hour of the show we discuss more observations from yesterdays training camp and we debate whether or not Preston Williams has done enough to earn a roster spot. Next we switch gears to Basketball as we get news Duncan Robinson has off season surgery and we discuss Tyler herro being disrespected yet again. Finally we close todays show with an interview of Light middleweight Boxer and friend of the show Xander Zayas as he joins us ahead of his bout against Elias Espadas on August 13th.      

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
08-04-22 - Xander Zayas with Tobin & Leroy

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 16:05


Up and Coming Undefeated Light middleweight Boxer and friend of the show Xander Zayas joins us ahead of his bout against Elias Espadas on August 13th.  He previews his bout and whether or not he plans on hitting his opponent with the "Tyler Herro Snarl". Zayas details his vision for future bouts and gives a strong opinion on the cancelation of the Jake Paul contest originally scheduled for this weekend.     

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
PMS 2.0 710 - Logan Paul, Feel The Beat With Matt "Money" Smith, Sal Capaccio, & Matt Schneidman, Plus Kyle Brandt, & AJ Hawk

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 121:30


On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat more about the Stephen Ross situation in Miami, and whether or not the NFL will appeal Judge Sue Robinson's decision to suspend Deshaun Watson for 6 games, and the opportunity he has to turn babyface for maybe the first and last time in his tenure as Commissioner. Joining the progrum is WWE Superstar, Boxer, and internet legend, Logan Paul, to chat about his career up until this point, when he started to realize what he was doing business wise, competing in the WWE and why it seems like he was always destined to do this, getting back in the boxing ring and who he might be facing next, and more (21:31-34:03). Later, for the second week in a row, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys feel the beat from around the NFL as they get reports from training camp from the Chargers with Matt "Money" Smith (52:04-1:02:28), Sal Capaccio from Bills camp (1:02:29-1:13:12), and Matt Schneidman from Packers camp (1:13:28-1:23:11). Later, co-host of Good Morning Football, electric factory and friend of the show, Kyle Brandt joins the progrum to chat about his new show with Omaha productions, his relationship with Jim Rome, what type of high school and college football player he was, how he continues to have the energy to do Good Morning Football that early in the morning, his workout regimen and whether he'd entertain doing "The Challenge" on MTV, and more (1:23:13-1:48:02). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show, and listen on Sirius XM Channel 82, Mad Dog Radio. We appreciate the hell out of all you. See you tomorrow, cheers.

Jaytech Music Podcast
Jaytech Music Podcast 176 - Special Deep Set @ Goldbar NYC & Boxer Guest Mix

Jaytech Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 170:00 Very Popular


The July episode of Jaytech Music is a live set recording of Jaytech's special deep set at Goldbar in New York City, recorded on July 24th 2022. Guest mix this month comes courtesy of UK DJ and producer Boxer. Part 1 - Jaytech   1. Emma Hewitt - Collide (Nourey Remix) [Black Hole]  2. Waveluxe - Right Here [Positronic]  3. Protoculture - Lost In Isolation [Armada] 4. Gil Zambrano - Meru [Immersed] 5. BetweenUs Breaking Stones [Scorchin' Progressive] 6. Andromedha - Harbour Calling [Silk Music] 7. Maxeus - The World Is Ours [Positronic] 8. Waveluxe - Highe [Positronic] 9. Jeef B - My Reflection [Avanti] 10. Boy North & Jackarta C - The Old You [Songspire] 11. PROFF feat Mokka - Your Light [Anjunabeats]  12. BT & Matt Fax 1AM in Paris (Paul Thomas & Dylhen Remix) [Black Hole] 13. York - On The Beach (Kryder Remix) [Armada] 14. Kyau & Albert x Steve Brian - Novel [Euphonic] 15. The Midnight Snack - Vigilante [Big Toys] 16. Atribut - Your Love [Perfecto Black] 17. Waveluxe - Freezer Jam [Positronic]  18. Flaor - Saturation [Incepto Music] 19. Sunn Jellie Stargaze (Basstakil Remix) [SkyTop] 20. Whoriskey - No Questions [Full Tilt Recordings] 21. Sergey Shemet - Frozen Grid [Intricate] 22. Adam Sobiech - Daylight [Euphonic] 23. Ferry Corsten - Punk (Stas Patik Unofficial Remix) [White]  24. Movement Machina - Paralyzed [Outlet] - EXTENDED EDITION TRACKLIST -  25. South Pole - Familiar [Emergent Shores] 26. Huem - Allegro [Vibrate Audio] 27. Estiva - Magnus [Colorize] 28. Simon Doty - Trance Tool [Anjunadeep] 29. Samuel Sonder - I Can Feel You [White] 30. meHiLove - Universe [Monstercat Silk] 31. Kasablanca - Phoenix [Anjunabeats] 32. Marcus Santoro ft. Lauren L'aimant - Give Into You [Protocol Recordings] 33. Franky Wah feat. iiola - Bring Me Back To You [Anjunadeep] 34. Paul Arcane & Quizzow - You (Aresz Remix) [Elliptical Sun] 35. Maig Shaw - Unforgettable [Full Tilt Recordings] 36. Jaytech - Bastion [Positronic] Part 2 - Boxer 1. Bicep - Lido [Ninja Tune] 2. Braxton, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant - SpaceTime [Anjunadeep] 3. Fatboy Slim & Carl Cox - Speed Trials On Acid ft. Dan Diamond (LF System Remix) [BGM] 4. Gorge - Never Thought [Klaus elle] 5. Brigade - Eric Cantona Anthem [KELLER] 6. Kolsch - Gra [Kompakt] 7. Steve Banning & Pindura - Indarra [One Of A Kind] 8. Sasha & Kolsch - The Lights [IPSO] 9. Boxer - Total Euphoria [Colorize] 10. Boxer - ID [White] 11. Motorcycle - As The Rush Comes (Cristoph Remix) [Positiva] 12. Sentre - U&ME [White] 13. My Friend - Clockwork Pigeon [W&O Street Tracks] 14. Rune Noire - I Swear [Vertex Recordings]

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The Vibes Broadcast Network
He Knows Where Jimmy Hoffa Is And Who Shot JFK

The Vibes Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 71:17


He Knows Where Jimmy Hoffa Is And Who Shot JFK#Superman2 #Non #history #JimmyHoffa #JFK #actor #boxing Jack O'Halloran is an American actor and former boxer. O'Halloran fought in 57 professional boxing matches, but he is best known for acting in such films as Superman, Superman II, Dagon: Troll World Chronicles and Dragnet. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jack.ohalloran1Book: https://www.amazon.com/Family-Legacy-Jack-OHalloran/dp/1849821062Meet Jack in Florida August 19-21 2022: https://www.fantasmofficial.com/The Vibes Broadcast Network - Podcasting for the fun of it! Thanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: thevibesbroadcast@gmail.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheVibesBrdcstTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@KoyoteAnd Now!!! The Bandmates' club, Supporters of the channel: Matthew Arrowood Host of The ONLY Brocast podcast:https://youtube.com/channel/UCsfv1wWu3oUg42I2nOtnMTADon Hahn of In the Margins: https://www.youtube.com/c/InTheMarginsBukas Siguro: https://www.youtube.com/c/BukasS%C4%ABgur%C3%B8Will Scoville of Ranch Rehab DIY: https://www.youtube.com/c/RanchRehabDrew Lee Nicholas of DN-TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8TVqL9mn6NzPkXOLOZSX-A

Enchanting Book Readings
The Sniff Squad

Enchanting Book Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:14


The Sniff Squad is a great bedtime story that inspires kids to be extraordinary heroes in their community by Sir Herbert Sneakies. Thank you for making us a top 1% global kids podcast! Please support us by downloading, sponsoring, subscribing, sharing & checking out our books below the summary :)

battle monster bear journal squad copyright tip trolls casper snow white boxer alice in wonderland minions jungle book husky sniff monsters inc frenchies ditto corgi pug pooch sheepdogs happy spring dog rescue friendly ghost ple golden key parallel worlds dark one john grey samoyed my closet margaret merlins journal battle black margaret merlins journal parallel world margaret merlins journal quest golden blueber goober monster my closet skip boots big safari adventure mooch pooch adventures fellinijr sir herbert sneakies
Kristian Nairn - Spektrum
Kristian Nairn - Spektrum 048

Kristian Nairn - Spektrum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 59:55


Episode 48 of Spektrum is here, and this month Kristian Nairn has music from the likes of Matt Fax, Grum, Boxer, Kolonie, and loads more, as well as his latest remix. 01. Milkwish - Trinity02. Judah & Matt Fax feat. Luke Coulson - Alone03. Boxer - Total Uphoria04. CloudNone & Tadeusz - Come Home05. Armin Van Buuren & AVIRA vs. Chicane - Offshore06. Ben Malone - Say You Love07. Santiago Luna - Berserk08. Ferry Corsten & Morgan Page feat. Cara Melín - Wounded (Kristian Nairn Remix)09. Naz - Pluto10. Kolonie - Supernova11. Grum - Pattern Recognition12. Jorza - I Know

This Was The Scene Podcast
Ep. 184: Boxer w/ David Vicini

This Was The Scene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 79:53 Very Popular


Formed in early October of 1995, Boxer was a Boston-based four piece fast on the rise in the indie scene. With aggressive, heartfelt lyrics Boxer delivered the finest in east-coast punk. They managed to share the stage with acts such as Lagwagon, Weston, Lifetime, Screw 32, Good Riddance, Jimmy Eat World, and Bracket. Their debut and only album, "The Hurt Process," was put out on Vagrant Records as the labels first release. The band broke up soon after that release and Dave and Will went on to form The Lot Six. Thank you again Casey from Iodine Recordings for connecting us Just wanting to be a pop punk band Passing on being the singer for Big D and the Kids Table Playing a show with Lifetime Being Vagrant's first band Rama from Big Wheel Recording with Trevor Keith How signing to Vagrant effected the crowd size Auditioning for Kid Dynamite Chris leaving to play with The Dillinger Escape Plan Their guitarist going off to play with Jared Leto and Tom Delonge The Lot Six Getting a gun pulled on them And a ton more Go check out his latest band Beat Awfuls on bandcamp. Check out my new book The Couples' Checklist for my webcomic dailyBred. It's a great gift for Valentine's Day. I also have an Instagram for it. If you market aggressively on Instagram Stories and want custom stickers then go here to get custom stickers or just email mike@drive80.com and I can send you samples. These are great for B2C companies and Realtors. Feel free to support the podcast for as little as $1 a month through Patreon Or go to thiswasthescene.com to possibly buy some merch.

Beyond The Horizon
Rene "Boxer" Enriquez Is Granted Parole By Gavin Newsome And The State Of California (7/22/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 17:35


The owner of the Edmonton Oilers has found himself in the middle of a growing storm. A ballet dancer named Sage Humphries. The allegations say that they were involved in a sexual relationship when she was 17 and he was 53. Daryl Katz, the man accused has denied the accusations. (commercial at 11:49)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://nypost.com/2022/07/21/legal-filing-claims-edmonton-oilers-owner-paid-ballerina-for-sex-report/

The Epstein Chronicles
Rene "Boxer" Enriquez Is Granted Parole By Gavin Newsome And The State Of California (7/22/22)

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 17:35


Enrique "Boxer" Enriquez has been in prison for decades and if you look at his rap shit, it's no wonder he was there. However, while he served his time he has also turned on his former friends in the Mexican Mafia and has tried to reform his life according to those who are familiar with the situation. Yet, questions still remain about granting parole to a man who has such a violent history. (commercial at 11:49)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://abc7.com/mexican-mafia-parole-california-rene-enriquez/12063311/

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts
Show #244, July 20, 2022

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 190:02


Featuring music from Akacia, ASaP, Big Big Train, Boxer, Chirco, Dimension X, Fish On Friday, Giuffria, Harmonium, Hidden Lapse, James Labrie, L'Uovo Di Colombo, Monomyth, On The Raw, The Pretty Things, Spirit Of John Morgan, Symphonity, Timescape, plus “Spotlight Sets” devoted to Initiator and Mouse. Do you enjoy Prog-Scure? If so, perhaps you might consider […]

Ratgeber
Kreuzbandriss bei Hund und Co.-häufiger als man denkt

Ratgeber

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 4:54


Gerade beim Hund ist der Kreuzbandriss eine der häufigsten Verletzungen mit Operationsfolge. Kreuzbandrisse führen zu Instabilität und Arthrosenbildung im Kniegelenk. Anders als beim Menschen ist der Kreuzbandriss des Hundes aber meist eine chronisch-degenerative Erkrankung. Viel weniger reisst das Kreuzband bei einem Hund durch die Folgen eines akuten Fehltrittes. Besonders betroffen: Labrador und Golden Retriever Jeder Hund kann von einem Kreuzbandriss betroffen sein, egal welcher Rasse, Alters- oder Gewichtsklasse. Stark vertreten sind jedoch der Labrador, Golden Retriever, Berner Sennenhunde, Rottweiler und Boxer. Der Kreuzbandriss und seine Folgen Da bei einem Kreuzbandriss die stützende Wirkung des Bandes aufgehoben ist, kommt es zu einer Instabilität im Knie. Das Kniegelenk ist plötzlich einer starken Reibung ausgesetzt, die Schmerzen verursacht und zu Arthrose im Gelenk führen kann. Ein Kreuzbandriss sollte daher immer durch den Tierarzt behandelt werden.

Young Black Suburban
Young Black Suburban Ep 41 Celebrity Boxer Hazel "The Latin Lover" Roche

Young Black Suburban

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 58:37


Recorded last fall, Tim has on Celebrity Boxer Hazel "The Latin Lover" Roche to talk about his charity, his struggle, his boxing career and much more. https://www.instagram.com/hazel_roche1/ https://www.facebook.com/Hazel-Roche-The-Latin-Lover-TWT-102076641739310/ https://aldianews.com/en/leadership/advocacy/boxing-covid-19 Follow and Subscribe and Rate Five Stars on Spotify and Apple and YouTube Tim Witherspoon Jr. (@terribleii) is Young, Black and Suburban. He boxed professionally, and now he owns a gym in Bristol Borough, PA, Witherspoon Boxing and Fitness (@WS_boxing). Listen to him interview guests as they talk about being young, black and suburban through shared and unique experiences. Box with Tim at witherspoonboxing.com Listen to our sister podcast Young Blonde Suburban hosted by Attorney Kaitlin Files anywhere you get Young Black Suburban! To contact Young Black Suburban email YoungBlackSuburbanPodcast@gmail.com Produced by Jordan Fried @jfreeeze | Music by Talent Harris (@talentharris) A Late Night Hump (@latenighthump) Production in conjunction with LNH Studios (latenighthump.com) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youngblacksuburban/message

Hood Stocks
Bangin in New Mexico 2 Fighting for our Country

Hood Stocks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 191:22


Follow host https://www.instagram.com/luckysuntzu Follow guest https://www.instagram.com/boxerfromslf #airforce #veteran 

Drive with Joel & Fletch
Australian Light-middleweight boxer Tim Tszyu (14/07/22)

Drive with Joel & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 10:02


The boys are joined by proud NSWelshman Tim Tszyu who has locked in his championship bout with Jermell Charlo for January next year.

Mind the Gap: Making Education Work Across the Globe
Science, Retrieval Practice, and Passion with Adam Boxer, Mind the Gap, Ep. 43 (S2E18)

Mind the Gap: Making Education Work Across the Globe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 47:40


For this episode, Tom and Emma welcome science teacher, author, and entrepreneur Adam Boxer to the podcast. The conversation begins with a discussion of Carousel Learning, an online learning platform that aims to improve students' content retention through retrieval practice. Adam sees the service as a connection between homework and school work that takes the pressure off educators to guide students through skill mastery. In the second half of the discussion, Tom, Emma, and Adam discuss his presence on EDU Twitter and the discourse he engages with, including behavioral management, education philosophy, and practical experience. The group discusses progressive vs. traditional thinking and Adam's philosophy of leading with a sense of communal acceptance from a teacher-focused perspective. Adam describes his operational philosophy for his work as a thought leader as “usefulness density” and how that guides him to a creative, passionate, and approachable perspective. About the participants: Adam Boxer is an educator, author, and entrepreneur whose quick wit and dedication to education have led to amazing work, including articles, the Carousel Learning platform, and his book Teaching Secondary Science: A Complete Guide. Follow Adam on Twitter @adamboxer1 Tom Sherrington has worked in schools as a teacher and leader for 30 years and is now a consultant specializing in teacher development and curriculum & assessment planning. His books include Teaching WalkThrus, Rosenshine's Principles in Action, and The Learning Rainforest Fieldbook. He regularly contributes to conferences and CPD sessions locally and nationally and is busy working in schools and colleges across the UK and around the world. Follow Tom on Twitter @teacherhead Emma Turner joined Discovery Schools Academy Trust as the Research and CPD lead after 20 years in primary teaching. She is the founder of ‘NewEd – Joyful CPD for early-career teachers', a not-for-profit approach to CPD to encourage positivity amongst the profession and help to retain teachers in post. Turner is the author of Be More Toddler: A Leadership Education From Our Little Learners, Let's Talk About Flex: Flipping the flexible working narrative for education, and Simplicitus: The Interconnected Primary Curriculum & Effective Subject Leadership Follow Emma on Twitter @emma_turner75 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mindthegap-edu/message

Carlin, Maggie & Bart
Maggie and Perloff 07-13-22 Hour 1

Carlin, Maggie & Bart

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 41:31


The perception of KD after his trade request I Calls on Kevin Durant I Jake Paul – Youtube Star and Boxer

Carlin, Maggie & Bart
Jake Paul – Youtube Star and Boxer

Carlin, Maggie & Bart

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 9:03


Youtube Star and Boxer joins Maggie and Perloff

Los Madrugones
SE NOS CAE EL BOXER SIN DEJAR DE SER HETEROS CUANDO

Los Madrugones

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 122:39


Age is Irrelevant
Meet 61 yr old Gail Gensler! Pro-Ager, Boxer, Brand Ambassador, Cover Girl.

Age is Irrelevant

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 52:55


Fit and fabulous! Gail Gensler is changing the narrative around aging through fitness and embracing a healthy lifestyle from a "real woman's" perspective. A vibrant, healthy lifestyle is achievable regardless of age! She believes that age should never determine one's lifestyle, appearance and most certainly what type of work-outs you do! She's here to break down the barriers of institutional ageism influencing all ages along the way!

The Modern Mann
Out of the Fog

The Modern Mann

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 81:10


When adults adopted as children feel lost or incomplete - even if they had a happy childhood - they often describe themselves as ‘being in the fog'. For Vicky Sandison, who was told her mother's birth mother's name at the age of nine, it was the internet that spurred her on to investigate who she really was. First via Friends Reunited, then MySpace and now 23&Me, Vicky has been piecing together her birth family - and, as she explains to Olly in this month's interview, coming out of the fog… _____________________ Meanwhile, in the Zeitgeist, Ollie Peart takes an 18-hour military flight to the Falklands to uncover a world of dark tourism. Are sites like Goose Green, Pebble Island and Mount Tumbledown, where hundreds of people lost their lives, appropriate stop-offs on a tourist trip of the islands? Does holidaying at Anne Frank Huis, Auschwitz or the Cambodian Killing Fields diminish the terrors that happened there - or keep them alive in our collective memories? The Zeitgeist is sponsored by Manscaped, creators of the anti-chafing, silky-soft Boxer 2.0. Get 20% Off + Free Shipping, with the code ‘Mann' at Manscaped.com _____________________ Elsewhere, in the Foxhole, Alix Fox has been on the hunt for celebrity foreskins at the 40th annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade. And, in our listener question of the month, Foxy assists a listener who wants to know how to recycle her rampant rabbit. Can old sex toys be accepted as small electrical devices by British recycling centres? Can they instead be re-sold? Or made into ART? Alix, as ever, has all the answers - and takes a look at a brand new eco-friendly toy. The Foxhole is sponsored by ExpressVPN, a great way to view adult material in hotels and other places where you don't want to be tracked. Head to ExpressVPN.com/Mann to get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package! _____________________ Finally, our record of the month comes courtesy of Max Pope and the summery vibes of his new tune, Better Late Than Never. This episode is sponsored by: • Stitch Fix, the personal styling site that sends you great clothes to try on at home. Get started today and get 20% off when you keep all five items at at StitchFix.co.uk/mann • Tiege Hanley, who offer simple, effective skincare for men. Get 30% off your first box, plus a free gift, at tiege.com/MANN • Beer52, the UK's No. 1 Craft Beer Club. For a FREE case of their delicious beer, visit beer52.com/modern and just pay for the postage - and they'll chuck in TWO EXTRA BEERS just for you! • Athletic Greens, the ultimate daily nutritional supplement. To get a FREE one-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D, and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase, visit athleticgreens.com/mann • LISTENERS LIKE YOU. If you can afford to buy us a beer each month to say thank you for making you a free 1hr+ magazine show each month - please do. We rely on your support. ———————————— … And we'll see you again, with our annual How To Be A Dad special, on August 10th! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heavy Hands
426 - Best boxer in UFC, baby

Heavy Hands

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 74:48


Connor and Phil gush about the fighting genius displayed in the main event of UFC 276: Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway 3. Another big bonus ep on our Patreon, combining the rest of the best of UFC 276 with all that stuff we had to say about Tsarukyan vs Gamrot: https://www.patreon.com/heavyhands BUY A SHIRT. Or a mask. Or a... uh, bath mat? Visit our shop & buy Heavy Hands gear featuring the beautifully brutal artwork of Gian Galang: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/64577943?asc=u 

Bernie and Sid
Former Firefigher and Boxer Bobby McGuire | 7-07-2022

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 7:42


Former Firefighter andFDNY Bravest Boxing Club participant Bobby McGuire joins Bernie and Sid in the Morning to talk about the upcoming boxing event: Thrilla in Camilla, where the FDNY's Boxing Team will go up against the UK's West Yorkshire Boxing Team on Friday July 8, 2022 in Rockaway Beach, NY. All proceeds from the boxing match will benefit the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ring Gang Radio's Podcasts
Episode 454: Ring Gang Radio Presents "Real Talk": "Either a boxer goes to sleep or fans do..there's no in between" Mark Magsayo vs Rey Vargas Preview

Ring Gang Radio's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 38:48


On this segment of "Real Talk", the Ring Gang crew preview the upcoming tripleheader between Mark Magsayo and Rey Vargas with guest Lukie from  @ITRboxing  

The Onside Zone with Big O
Podcast Tuesday - Cuban Boxer Pressure Cooker Accident 07 05 2022

The Onside Zone with Big O

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 3:27


Big O talks pressure cookers

Welcome to the Wormhole
Jocelyn Camarillo 2X NATL CHAMP, #1 Ranked Boxer, Olympic Games in 2024

Welcome to the Wormhole

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 17:11


Jocelyn Camarillo is a 2x NATL CHAMP and Ranked #1 in the USA

Woke 'n' Boke
#146 - the fifth of july

Woke 'n' Boke

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 74:30


Yeah, yeah, yeah. This one is late. My bad. Just busy as fuck. Max and I talk weed, Doom Eternal, and some other shit.We hope you enjoy :) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join the discord and become part of the Woke 'n' Boke Friendship Militia!! https://discord.gg/g3VX57g9UB​​ Subscribe to our YouTube!Please send us your questions at wokenbokepodcast@gmail.comFollow our socials on instagram @wokenbokepodcast @moschinodorito @narboogledoof @maxsandza, as well as on twitter @wokenbokepod @moschinodorito @unclechuzz @narboogledoof. Also catch the three of us streaming all the time on twitch.tv/moschinodorito, twitch.tv/uncle_chuzz, and twitch.tv/narboogledoof. Theme song by Noods: https://noods.bandcamp.com/album/blush Thanks for listening!!

Big O Radio Show
Podcast Tuesday - Cuban Boxer Pressure Cooker Accident 07 05 2022

Big O Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 3:27


Big O talks pressure cookers

Remember Me
ALLFTD Research Mini-Series: All About Fluid Biomarkers with Dr. Adam Boxer of UCSF

Remember Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 29:30


It's our last episode of our dementia research mini-series! And as a follow up to our recap of Day 4, we interviewed Dr. Adam Boxer to learn more about fluid biomarkers - AKA - we ask him all about what the bloodwork and lumbar puncture is used for. Stay tuned for a very special ending of our 8-part series. Thank you for coming on the journey with us and please let us know what you think of this series by reaching out to us on our website! www.remembermeftd.com Adam L. Boxer, MD, PhD, is Endowed Professor in Memory and Aging in the Department of Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He directs UCSF's Neurosciences Clinical Research Unit and the Alzheimer's Disease and Frontotemporal Degeneration (FTD) Clinical Trials Program at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center. Dr. Boxer's research is focused on developing new treatments and biomarkers for neurodegenerative diseases, particularly those involving tau and TDP-43. Dr. Boxer received his medical and doctorate degrees as part of the NIH-funded Medical Scientist Training Program at New York University Medical Center. He completed an internship in Internal Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center, a residency in Neurology at Stanford University Medical Center, followed by a fellowship in behavioral neurology at UCSF. We loved Dr. Boxer! Enjoy the science side of our experience, you guys! -- Special thank you to the ALLFTD Study for their support in the creation of this series. You can support Remember Me by visiting our website www.remembermeftd.com where you can shop our merch, join re-members only or donate. You can follow us on instagram @remembermepodcast. ---- Today's sponsor is The Bluefield Project: The Bluefield Project to Cure FTD, is on a mission to support research to improve our understanding of a genetic form of Frontotemporal dementia, and to help find a cure for this devastating disease. So how can you help? If FTD runs in your family, participating in a Natural History Study, or in a therapeutic clinical trial, makes an enormous contribution. To learn more, please go to ftdregistry.org ---- Remember Me is a podcast created by two moms who became fast friends on Instagram while caregiving for their parents. It features stories of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) with a focus on remembering individuals for who they were before the disease. The stories shared are raw, real, and so full of love. We hope it inspires you to "accept the good." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rememberme/support

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Lynn Boxer Awarded Recognition From City Council

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 0:49


Talking Dogs
6/28/22 - What are the Most Popular Dogs? #7-Boxer

Talking Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 4:10


Talking Dogs with Robin Grannell

Woke 'n' Boke
#145 - greg berginus

Woke 'n' Boke

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 76:42


The fucking crew is finally back. No more two person episodes until the next one hahahah blame Tony having a life. It's a nice thick fun one though. We hope you enjoy :) Join the discord and become part of the Woke 'n' Boke Friendship Militia!! https://discord.gg/g3VX57g9UB​​ Subscribe to our YouTube! and please send us your questions at wokenbokepodcast@gmail.com and don't forget to follow our socials on instagram @wokenbokepodcast @moschinodorito @narboogledoof @maxsandza, as well as on twitter @wokenbokepod @moschinodorito @unclechuzz @narboogledoof. Also catch the three of us streaming all the time on twitch.tv/moschinodorito, twitch.tv/uncle_chuzz, and twitch.tv/narboogledoof. Theme song by Noods: https://noods.bandcamp.com/album/blush Thanks for listening!!

The Rope A Dope Radio Podcast
Bam Rodriguez's KO Shows Supreme Talent! Can Jake Paul Beat Boxer Tommy Fury?

The Rope A Dope Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 159:00


This episode begins with Recap from Bam Rodriguez's Stunning Knockout of Rungvisai along with a few other noteworthy fights! -Other Topics For Discussion: Can BAM Beat Juan Francisco Estrada or Roman Gonzalez? -Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor Rematch Talks? Do U Care? -Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury: Can Jake Beat A Boxer? -Mikey Garcia Retired?Plus, More Current Fight News & Rumor Mill Items! Subscribe on Apple Podcast (Itunes Rate & Review) https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rope-a-dope-radio/id514483886?mt=2  Player.FM  https://player.fm/series/the-rope-a-dope-radio-podcast Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rope-a-dope-radio--feed  Tunein https://tunein.com/radio/Rope-A-Dope-Radio-p377391/  blogtalkradio.com/ropeadoperadio TheGruelingTruth.Com, Spotify, Spreaker & More! Follow on Twitter @RopeADopeRadio Call 646-381-4990 Listen Live or on Archive!

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 6/23/2022: The Lithuanian Boxer from 1950

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 51:00 Very Popular


Things discussed: Re: Bakich, Sam says Seth was right, Seth says Seth was wrong, or at least needs to amend his comments on summer baseball: Semi-Pro ball is a big deal to the baseball world. Replacing a 100-year-old structure may be a good idea, but it's a very BIG idea and would take a massive risk of the kind that the Big Ten won't ever take. Baker: Just a Houstan™, but that's something we needed. Set shooter, fills a spot as a backup 2 or 3, was a top-40 recruit so if his hip heals okay he should be an alright defender of 3s. Was on a great offense so okay that he was only 10 min/game at Duke. Emoni Bates: The kind of guy Howard protects you from, because he's seen the circus and won't make the same mistake most coaches do. They just lost Frankie Collins to a down move because of a shitty parent. Not actually a good basketball player. Youssef: All in favor, good shooting stroke, has skill, can be a Franz lite. Can we win a Zoom recruitment? Dug: Best passer at Michigan since? Seth: Makes sense, since Howard probably saw he has two guys named Howard on the roster, and sorted the 247 rankings by best passer. Football recruiting: Do we panic? No. Do we worry? Yes. Sam's starting to believe Dante Moore is more likely to go to Oregon now. If you're chasing Michigan State you have a problem. Michigan's new tack sounds like a morality play and is going to blow up in their faces. Players have value to their institutions before they play: they have earned it. The players create themselves more than the coaches. Michigan has a good talent evaluation program but so does Notre Dame, and they will get in on these guys too. Hassan Haskins was a great player in high school—the system is getting better at identifying those guys. Off-air: This NIL approach is exactly like what got Michigan to fall behind in the 1950s. Oosterbaan and Crisler thought they had a solid program because they won in '47 and '48, and didn't figure out until it was way too late that they really were missing a major shift in CFB history and allowing MSU, OSU, and ND to thrive when Michigan should have dominated the early TV era.

Full Spectrum Warriors Podcast
Kit Cope (4x World Champ Thai Boxer) Man Shit, featuring Navy SEAL Shannon Rusch

Full Spectrum Warriors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 110:56


Navy SEAL Shannon Rusch and 4 time World Champion Muay Thai Kick Boxer Kit Cope join us to discuss what it takes to "build a man" vs just "being a male."  Get ready for this hard hitting episode! 

SBS World News Radio
Muslim female boxer Tina Rahimi is bridging gender barriers

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 3:29


The 26 year old Commonwealth Games Lightweight division debutant took up boxing just four years ago, while balancing a job as a make up artist.

Vamos Todos Morrer
Clemens von Ketteler

Vamos Todos Morrer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 11:33


O diplomata alemão vítima da Rebelião Boxer na China morreu há 122 anos.

Chris Thrall's Bought the T-Shirt Podcast
The Dancing Boxer | Jordan 'The Wanderer' Reynolds

Chris Thrall's Bought the T-Shirt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 39:18


Dancing Boxer, Jordan 'The Wanderer' Reynolds, is an impressive middle-weight boxer who has proudly captained England and faced world-ranked fighters. From a troubled background, Jordan has turned his dark into light by becoming one of England's top boxers. Read 'Eating Smoke: One Man's Descent into Crystal Meth Psychosis in Hong Kong's Triad Heartland.' Paperback UK: https://amzn.to/2YoeaPx Paperback US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0993543944 Support the podcast at: https://www.patreon.com/christhrall (£2 per month plus perks) https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-our-veterans-to-tell-their-story https://paypal.me/TeamThrall Sign up for my NON-SPAM newsletter and FREE books: https://christhrall.com/mailing-list/ Social media Links: https://facebook.com/christhrall https://twitter.com/christhrall https://instagram.com/chris.thrall https://linkedin.com/in/christhrall https://youtube.com/christhrall https://discord.gg/yqvHRUN https://christhrall.com 

S.O.S. (Stories of Service) - Ordinary people who do extraordinary work
Domestic Violence Survivor | Deborah Hartnett - S.O.S. Podcast #47

S.O.S. (Stories of Service) - Ordinary people who do extraordinary work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 41:26


This next episode of Stories of Service is going to be unlike any of my previous podcasts. This one is only in audio format as my guest was not comfortable sharing her story on camera. Her experience is a chilling reminder of the dark reality of domestic violence, lax laws protecting victims, and how to keep on going in the face of so much suffering. Meet Deborah Hartnett. On June 21, 1999, her life changed forever when her husband of 30 years held her up at gunpoint. As her life flashed before her eyes, all she could think about was taking care of her two kids and her Boxer dogs. For three decades, she endured unrelenting abuse from her ex-husband to which she felt there was no way out. Her graphic description of his physical and emotional abuse is harrowing and a stark reminder to us all to not be a bystander when we suspect this abuse is going on. She broke free that day when the SWAT team stormed into their home and arrested her ex. Deborah later testified in court against her abuser, but sadly he did not face consequences commiserate with the trauma she works through to this very day. This is the first time she's shared her story in a podcast, and I am so honored to help her do so. Her goal is to hopefully inspire just one person to break free of their abuser and better recognize early on the signs of domestic violence. If you or anyone you know is suffering from domestic violence, please reach out to someone who can help. You are never alone, and there are ways to stop the cycle. 

Airhead 247 Podcast
Airhead 247 Podcast: William Plam

Airhead 247 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 71:59


A fateful day in Germany back in 1980 set William Plam on his path in the world of BMW airhead motorcycles. Many of you are familiar with his history as a BMW motorcycle dealer in California in the mid 80's and going on to establish his own shop and parts supply business with Boxer 2 Valve. 

 Others like me, were introduced to William via You Tube and his airhead video repair series. Either way, William's history, passion and love of the classic airhead continues, as strong as ever today and as airhead fans and owners, we're all better off for it. It's William Plam on the airhead 247 podcast.

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano
Agave Apex | 6-14-22

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 221:42 Very Popular


On tonight's edition of the Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano is a trend watcher, not a trend setter. John McDonagh, Cab Driver, Comic, Playwright, and Radio Talk Show Host, joins the Other Side to discuss everything from Ukraine and the attempted killing of Justice Kavanaugh to gun legislation and allowing yellow taxis to use the Uber app. Later, Tony Danza, Legendary Actor, TV Personality, Boxer, Talk Show Host, Author and Entertainer, speaks to Frank about his upcoming shows at the Cafe Carlyle, his career, and education in America. We go over the first New York Republican Gubernatorial Candidate's debate, hear about Frank's deodorant debacle, and pay tribute to late great Character Actor Philip Baker Hall. If you're ever feeling down, why not let yourself be picked up by TOSOM! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Frank Morano
Tony Danza, Legendary Actor, TV Personality, Boxer, Talk Show Host, Author and Entertainer | 6-14-22

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 20:41


Frank Morano gets starstruck with Tony Danza, Legendary Actor, TV Personality, Boxer, Talk Show Host, Author and Entertainer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kings and Generals: History for our Future
3.1 Fall and Rise of China: Rise of Nurhaci

Kings and Generals: History for our Future

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 60:51 Very Popular


Long Intro   China is one of the world's four ancient civilizations, alongside Mesopotamia, the Indus valley and Egypt. It has a written history dating as far back as the Shang Dynasty, that's around 1600 BC, over 3000 years ago! Now as you can also imagine  you are not getting the full rundown of the entire history of China, it's simply too immense for the overall story we are getting into. The story I want to tell has been termed by scholars, “the century of humiliation” dating 1839 until 1949. During this period China or better called the Qing Dynasty and later Republic of China faced terrible and humiliating subjugation by Western powers and the Empire of Japan.The story we are going to begin today is one of pain and hardship, but it is also a tale of endurance and resilience that created the China we see today.    This is the Fall and Rise of China Podcast I am going to let you in on a little secret, I myself am quite new to the vast history of China. As some of you listeners might already know, I am the writer and narrator of the Pacific War Podcast week by week. I specialize in the Pacific War and Japanese history and I ventured into a journey to explain everything that is the Pacific War of 1937-1945 when I began my personal Channel called the Pacific War Channel on Youtube. Yet when I sat down to begin writing about the history of Tokugawa Japan and how Japan would find itself on a path towards virtual oblivion, I thought to myself, well what about China? This is when I fell down a rabbit hole that is 19th century China. I immediately fell in love with it. I am a westerner, a Canadian, this was knowledge not usually told on my side of the world. So I thought, what are the most important events that made the China we see emerging during the Pacific War, or to be more accurate the Second Sino-Japanese War? I fell upon the first opium war, by the time I read a few books on that, it was the second opium war, then the Taiping Rebellion, the Nian Rebellion, the Boxer rebellion, the list goes on and on. 19th Century China is one of the most fascinating albeit traumatic episodes of human history and has everything to do with the formation of the China we see today. The term a century of humiliation or 100 years of humiliation is how many Chinese historians describe the time period between the First Opium War and the end of the Chinese Civil War. I do not speak the language nor have a full understanding of the culture, I am a lifelong learner and continue to educate myself on the history of one of the most ancient peoples of our world. This will be a long and honestly difficult story to tell, but I welcome you to join me on this journey.   Stating all that I want to begin our journey explaining how the Ming Dynasty fell and the Qing Dynasty rose up.  This episode is the rise of Nurhaci Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on world war two and much more  so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War.   The Ming-Qing transition is a story filled with drama and corruption, heroes and villains, traitors and martyrs. Peasant rebellions, corrupt politicians and terrifying invaders would eventually collapse what was the Ming dynasty.   The Ming Dynasty was the ruling dynasty of China between 1368 and 1644. It would be the last dynasty to be ruled by Han Chinese. They had overthrown the Mongol led Yuan dynasty of 1271-1368 which fell for a plethora of reasons such as class conflict caused by heavy taxation and ethnic conflicts. During the entire history of China, there is always room for rebellions, and quite a number of Han revolts would occur such as the Red Turban rebellion beginning in 1351. Now amongst these many rebellions taking place there was Zhu Yuanzhang a man born into a impoverished peasant family in Zhongli county, present day Fengyang of Anhui Province. He had 7 older siblings, of which several were sold off by his parents because there was not enough food to go around. When he was 16, a severe drought ruined his family's harvest and this was accompanied by a plague that took the lives of both his parents and all his siblings, save for one brother.  Around this time the Yellow River dykes had flooded causing a widespread famine. More than 7 million people would starve as a result of the drought and famine in central and northern China. The now orphan Zhu would then dedicate his life to become a buddhist monk at the Huangjue Monastery near Fenyang to avoid starvation, which was a common practice of the poor. Then the monastery where he lived was destroyed by an army suppressing a rebellion. I would say enough had been enough for Zhu because this prompted him in 1352 to join a local rebel group associated with the White Lotus Society against the Yuan Dynasty. So he began to live a life as a bandit, stealing from the rich and giving to the poor as it's said. The leader of the rebel group was a man named Guo Zixing who led an attack to capture Haozhou. Zuo became his second in command and took on the name Zhu Yuanzhang. Guo quickly began to see the rising star that was Zhu as a rival, but would eventually die in 1355, leaving Zhu to take leadership of the rebel army. Zhu attacked and captured towns and cities in eastern China and as Zhu did this he also found scholars who could educate him. This allowed Zhu to learn the principles of good governance and soon his abilities were beginning to show. This local rebel group in turn eventually joined the larger Red Turban Army rebels against the Yuan Dynasty. Eventually young Zhu rose through the ranks and would emerge the leader of the rebellion. Zhu early on ordered the scholars in his ranks to portray him as a national leader against the Mongols rathan that just a popular rebel.  In 1356 Zhu's forces captured the strategic city of Nanjing which would become the future capital of the Ming Dynasty. Zhu would then emerge as the national leader against the Mongols, though he had rivals such as Chen Youliang based in Wuchang and Zhang Shicheng based in Pingjiang. Both rivals declared themselves leaders of new dynasties, Chen as emperor of the Han dynasty, Zhang as a prince of the Zhou dynasty. Zhu managed to defeat Chen's naval forces at Lake Poyang in 1363 and Chen would die with the destruction of that fleet. With the conquest of Chen's holdings at Wuhang, Hubei, Hunan and Jiangxi, Zhu soon proclaimed himself a Prince of Wu. Then Zhu was able to capture Zhang Shicheng who committed suicide, after this many rebel groups fell into submission. After continuing the fight against the Yuan and other warlords until 1368 when he then proclaimed himself emperor of the Ming Dynasty adopting the name Hongwu meaning “vastly martial”, though he is more correctly referred to as the Taizu emperor.    Emperor Hongwu sent out his armies to conquer the north while provinces in China submitted to his rule. The northwest was first to fall, followed by the southwest and by 1382 unification would be complete. Under his rule, the Mongol bureaucracy that had dominated the Yuan dynasty were replaced with Han Chinese officials. He re-instituted the imperial Examination, something that had roots going as far back as the Three Kingdoms period. He began major projects such as a long city wall around Nanjing. Now Hongwu was a very paranoid, cruel and even irrational ruler and this would increase as he aged. Upon taking power he immediately transformed the palace guards into a quasi secret police force and began a massive campaign to root out anyone who might threaten his authority. Hongwu set his secret police to work which resulted in a 14 year campaign of terror. In 1380, the prime minister Hu Weiyong was found to be plotting a coup to take the throne, he would be executed alongside 30,000 or so officials. Hongwu would abolish the prime minister and chancellor roles in government. Yet this did not satisfy him and 2 subsequent campaigns would occur resulting in the killing of 70,000 other people ranging from government officials all the way down to servants, your typical new emperor stuff.    Emperor Hongwu began a process of stationing members of his royal family all across the empire. He did after all have 26 sons, wow, and those who survived long enough became princes and were assigned a territory and military to rule. This system he built up would have some dire consequences down the road. Now just because Hongwu had overthrown the Mongol led Yuan dynasty and drove them up north, but this did not mean they were gone. Zhu envisioned early into his reign a border policy where mobile armies along the northern frontier would guard against the Mongol threat. Adding to this he wanted 8 outer garrisons near the steppe and a system of forts and other defensive structures. The inner line of this defense would end up being the  Ming Great Wall, part of the Great Wall of China. Manchuria and parts of outer mongolia remained under the control of Mongols and they held what is called the Northern Yuan dynasty. They too would be conquered by Hongwu's forces and after the emperor's death would be “complacent”, though they would claim to still be the legitimate heirs to the throne. Speaking of heirs to the throne, Hongwu would eventually die and he was succeeded by his 15 year old grandson Zhu Yunwen who would take up the title Jianwen Emperor in 1398.    Now Hongwu had chosen Zhu Yunwen to succeed him, but as is common throughout history, there would be someone else who would vie for the position. Now following somewhat in his grandfather's footsteps, the Jianwen Emperor began his emperorship by trying to limit the power of those who could threaten him, IE: his family. One of the first edicts he would make was for his uncles to remain in their respective territories, while he simultaneously began to effectively reduce their military capabilities. The first uncle he threw proposals at held the largest territory and most powerful military, he was Zhu Di the Prince of Yan and he simply refused the proposals. Then Jianwen arrested one uncle on treason charges, stripped his family of their royal status and exiled them. Jianwen followed this up by doing the same thing to 4 more uncles. Well as you can imagine a rift began to emerge between the families being targeted and that of Jianwen, so the Prince of Yan, Zhu Di who was the eldest surviving uncle and had the most formidable military assumed leadership amongst the targeted families. This prompted Jianwan to appoint several officials to go to current day Beijing where Zhu Di was stationed to stop his uncle from allegedly planning a coup. Zhu Di feinted being ill to illude the officials, but they reported back to the Emperor they thought a coup was about to occur. Thus the emperor gave the order to arrest his uncle at court, but a official at court leaked this information to Zhu Di.   Zhu Di soon began a rebellion against his nephew which led to a 3 year civil war (also known as the Jingnan Rebellion). This all cultivated in the end with Zhu Di personally leading his forces to take the imperial palace in Nanjing. Allegedly, Emperor Jianwen set the imperial palace on fire in his own despair. His body was never located and it is alleged he may have made an escape and went into exile. Zhu Di regardless held a imperial funeral for his nephew and was crowned the new Yongle Emperor which means “perpetual happiness”.    The Reign of Yongle is considered a second founding of the Ming Dynasty because of the enormous amount of achievements made. Nanjing was demoted to a secondary capital and now Beijing was made the main one. Yongle began the construction of the Imperial City and Forbidden City employing hundreds of thousands of workers. He decided to build a treasure fleet in 1403 and from 1405 to 1433 there were 7 maritime expeditions undertaken by the Ming treasure fleet. The ambitious project resulted in the construction of upto almost 3000 ships and expanded the Chinese tributary system to other countries as far as India, the Persian Gulf and east coast of Africa. An entire podcast could be dedicated to the Ming treasure voyages alone.   Yongle would stage 5 giant campaigns against the Mongols and Oirats north of the Great Wall which in turn would lead to more building up of the Great Wall of China throughout the 15th to 16th century. Indeed Emperor Yongle's efforts allowed the empire to be stable and prosperous for a century before it began to weaken. After Yongle the 6th & 8th Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Emperor Zhengtong and yes you heard that right 6th and 8th allow me to explain. Emperor Zhengtong was encouraged by an influential court eunuch named Wang Zhen to lead a force personally to face off against the Oirats of the Northern Yuan dynasty leaving his half-brother Zhu Qiyu in charge temporarily. The Oirats had begun a 3 pronged invasion of the Ming dynasty At the age of 21, Emperor Zhengtong personally led the battle of Tumu Fortress against the Oirat leader, Esen Taishi. He lost one of the most humiliating battles in Chinese history, some rather ridiculous sources state half a million Ming forces fell to a Oirat cavalry force of just 20,000. Zhengtong was captured by Esen Taishi and held for ransom leading to what is called the Tumu Crisis. In the meantime his brother took the throne as the Jingtai Emperor. Zhengtong would eventually be released in the year of 1450 and return home, only to be put under immediate house arrest by the Jingtai Emperor for 7 years. Jingtai would be succeeded by Zhengtons son as the Chenghua Emperor, but Jingtai stripped him of his royal title and installed his own son as heir. That son died and the Jingtai Emperor would follow soon as the former Zhengtong Emperor led a palace coup against him. The Zhengtong emperor seized the throne and changed his regnal name to Tianshun meaning “obedience to Heaven”, then he demoted Jingtai to the status of a Prince and ruled for around 7 years. So yeah that's how you become Emperor twice apparently.    The Ming Dynasty was a very impressive empire and would be one of the most stable and longest ruling periods in Chinese history. Many enormous achievements were made by the Ming, as I mentioned they built up a large part of the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City and led 7 massive voyages with the treasure fleet, but there was much much more. They created woodblock color printing and China's first metal movable type printing created by the Ming scholar Hua Sui in 1490. The first book printed using the technique was Zhu Chen Zou Yi. Alongside that the most comprehensible medical book ever written by Li Shizhen in 1578 about traditional Chinese Medicine, Compendium of Materia Medica (Bencao Gangmu). Another book was published during the Ming period and was called “Journey to the West” in 1592 by Wu Cheng'en and is considered one of the 4 great classical novels of Chinese literature. It built upon the accounts of the pilgrimage of the Tang Dynasty's Buddhist monk Xuanzang who traveled to Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent searching for sutras.   The economy of the Ming Dynasty was the largest in the world, following in the steps of the Han and Song periods to become known as one of China's 3 golden ages. With a massive agricultural surplus, porcelain goods and silk led to silver pouring into China. Speaking of porcelain it was one of the most loved exports of the Ming as they had perfected the technique built up during the Tang Dynasty. The blue and white porcelain became extremely popular in Europe. Speaking of Europe, while the Ming made such incredible achievements, one department they did less well in seems to be in terms of scientific discovery. The Ming Dynasty was characterized to be generally conservative and very inward looking, hard to blame them though when they were basically one of if not the pillars of the world. The west and east were not as isolated as one would think and the Ming by no means opened any relatively new relations with the west. For example there is evidence to support that Roman merchants during the reign of Marcus Aurelius had ventured as far as the Han capital city of Luoyang. Yet it would only be much later in history when one particular group made some waves in Ming China and that would be the Portuguese in the 16th century. The first to land on Lintin Island in May of 1513 was the Portuguese explorer Jorge Alvares which was the first time Europeans made contact with China via the sea route around the Cape of Good Hope. Then in 1516, the cousin of the famous Christopher Columbus, Rafael Perestrello became the first known European explorer to land by sea and trade in Guangzhou. The Portuguese would follow this up by attempting an inland delegation in the name of Manuel 1st of Portugal to the court of the Zhengde Emperor. Unfortunately for them the Zhengde Emperor would die in 1521 as they awaited an audience and they ended up being quasi blamed for the Emperor's death and would all be imprisoned for life. Rather hilariously one Simao de Andrade, the brother to the ambassador sent as a delegation, began to rile up the Chinese belief that the Portuguese were trying to kidnap Chinese children, allegedly to cook and eat them. There has been speculations this was all based on the idea Simao was purchasing and or kidnapping chinese children to take them as slaves. Well one thing led to another and the Ming Dynasty found itself enveloped in a small naval battle with the Portuguese naval force of Diogo Calvoin 1521. The Naval battle of Tunmen was the result of the Portuguese sailing up the river to Guangzhou without permission. Allegedly the Portuguese gave a cannon salute when they reached Guangzhou and this friendly gesture was quite alarming to the locals. Well while things were pretty cool for a bit, but then the delegation situation had gone sour at roughly and an edict was made to evict the Portuguese too which the Portuguese refused to comply with. The Portuguese cannons had superior range, but they were easily surrounded by a hoard of ships and the 5 Caravels were forced to use some bad weather to their advantage to flee the scene. By the way the slave purchasing / child kidnapper Simao continued for decades to do business in Xiamen and Ningbo. Eventually he ran into some trouble when he did what he did best, steal children and the locals banded together to slaughter him and those working with him.   Despite this, let's call it minor setback, the Portuguese continued to do limited trade along the Fujian coastline with the help of some rather corrupt local Ming merchants. By 1529 the Portuguese were sending annual trade missions to Shangchuan Island and by the 1550's the Portuguese established firmer feat in Macau where they established a trade colony. The Portuguese even began to help the Chinese fight off the hundreds of pirate ships running havok in the area. They then followed this up by fighting off the Dutch later in the 17th century. This of course would not stop the great Dutch maritime empire from eventually taking over, though the Portuguese found a very lucrative business in becoming middle men when the Japanese were banned from trade with China. The Portuguese would take Chinese silk, hock it for Japanese silver and presto, quite a good hussle.    Things were looking good for the Ming dynasty, but troubles loomed around every corner. One of those corners we hinted to just a bit, that being the Japanese. Japan had stopped sending tribute missions to China in 838 when it was the Tang Dynasty. 6 centuries later, between 1403-1547 the Ming Dynasty was quite powerful and the Japanese shogunate was relatively weak. The founder of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang demanded Japan resume its tributary relationship with China if Japan wanted to trade with China. Japan agreed to recommence the tributary relationship with China believing that the trade would be beneficial and that China's recognition of the shogun as a partner would help to strengthen the shogunate. Thus the tributary relationship continued as of 1403 and it would be almost a century until Japan abandoned it again.   Speaking of Japan, by 1590, Japan's Warring states struggles came to an end when Toyotomi Hideoyosih emerged victorious and unified the nation. Yet soon the ailing leader of Japan, for a platitude of reasons decided to try and invade the Ming Dynasty, but to do so he would need to go through Korea. Historians argue one of the main reasons for the invasion of Korea was so Hideyoshi could keep his troops occupied as he may have feared them returning home would result in another domestic conflict. Hideyoshi did not study his enemy nor the territory his forces would be fighting upon. It really seemed Hideyoshi was in afit of egomania after unifying Japan and became convinced he would be able to conquer China. Now I cannot go into what is collectively known as the Imjin War of 1592-1598, but if you are interested you can check out King's and Generals over at Youtube where they have a few episodes on the event including: Imjin War: Beginning of the Japanese invasion of Korea / Imjin War: Rise of admiral Yi Sun-sin / Noryang Straits 1598.    What you need to know is that Hideyoshi asked, or rather ordered the Joseon Dynasty to allow his forces safe passage to go and invade their allies and protector, the Ming Dynasty. The Koreans gave a prompt no and did not stop Hideyoshi from transporting around 160,000 warriors to Pusan with the intention of marching them through Korea, then Manchuria and straight towards Beijing. This all would see Japan invading and fighting against the Joseon and Ming forces in 2 separate campaigns. Now initially the war went quite well for the Japanese, the Koreans were not prepared and the few thousand Chinese troops dispatched to help them, got stomped around the Yalu river. Well the Ming Emperor Wanli, surprised by the failure of his forces, decided to toss a much larger number of men, very much to the shock of the Japanese. The combined forces of the Ming and Joseon dynasty managed to push the Japanese out of the Korean peninsula. A cool fact of this war by the way was how the Koreans designed these armored warships known as turtle ships which held a ton of firepower. The turtle ships under the command of Admiral Yi Sun-sin out maneuvered the Japanese ships and decimated them, thus thwarting the Japanese from sending anymore troopships over to Korea. In the end the Ming Dynasty had quelled the Japanese challenge at their status as the supreme military power in East Asia and also affirmed that the Ming were willing to protect their tributary states like the Joseon Dynasty.  The Japanese by some estimates lost ⅓ their troops during the first year of the war. The cost of the war came at a steep price, it is estimated around 250-300 thousand died, perhaps 100,000 Japanese, 185,000 Koreans and 29,000 Chinese. And while that is truly horrible, the monetary costs were also quite steep, estimates put it in the range of up to 26,000,000 ounces of silver for the Ming Dynasty. Overall the war was a lose-lose situation for Japan, China and Korea. Yet it seems this war had a side effect that would prove to be one of the many nails that would be smashed into what was to become the Ming Dynasty's coffin. For while this venture played out down south in Korea, its effects rippled back all the way up to the Ming Dynasty's northern realm.   During this time period there were 3 major Jurchen tribes, the Wild Jurchens who lived in the most northern part of Manchuria. The Haixi Jurchens, who lived along the Haixi river and the Jianzhou Jurchen, who lives along the Mudan River in the region of Changbaishan. Jerchen by the way is something like a collective name for these people, their ancestors went by another name, the Manchu. They were semi-nomadic people and  heavily influenced by their neighboring Mongols. A Jianzhou Jurchen named Nurhaci had lost both his father Taksi and grandfather Giocangga, when a rival Jurchen chieftain named Nikan Wailan attacked them at Gure in 1582. Nurhaci demanded that the Ming hand over Nikan Wailan to him for execution, but they refused and went as far as considering to declare Nikan Wailan as new Khan of all the Jurchens, believing this would keep them all divided. It goes without saying Nikan Wailan forces were supported by the Ming. The Ming were utilizing the same strategy that had been done since the ancient times to deal with the peoples of the steppe, foster rivalries amongst the tribes and keep them disunified.    It is said that Nurhaci was a gifted mounted archer from youth, could speak multiple languages, and loved to read Chinese literature such as Shuihu Zhuan “water margin” and Sanguo Yanyi “romance of the 3 kingdoms”.  At the age of 25 Nurhaci avenged his father and grandfather's deaths by defeating Nikan Wailan in battle in 1587 sending him fleeing to the Ming for protection. The Ming would eventually execute him years later, but this would not satisfy Nurhaci. In 1589 the Ming Dynasty appointed Nurhaci as the Paramount Chieftain of the Yalu Region. It seems the Ming Dynasty believed that Nurhaci's tribe was too weak to unify the other tribes and become a threat to them, thus fulfilling their strategy of keeping them disunified.  Then Nurhaci managed to defeat a coalition of over 9 rival tribes, one of which was the Yehe tribe during the battle of Gure. In 1591, Nurhaci had consolidated a large swathe of territory stretching from Fushun to the Yalu River and this provoked the Yehe tribes who sent a force of over 30,000 against him. Nurhaci's men were able to turn back the Yehe menace and while Nurhaci continued to rally tribes under his command,  the Imjin War began.   As the Japanese were invading Korea, the rising Jurchen leader had some limited engagements against the Japanese along the border of Korea and Manchuria. This led Nurhaci to offer assistance to the Ming and Joseon dynasties for the Imjin War effort. But both the Ming and Joseon dynasty's would refuse his offer however, especially the Joseon who stated “to accept such assistance from northern barbarians would be disgraceful”. Now the Imjin War indirectly weakened the Ming Dynasty's position in Manchuria and gave the now rather insulted Jurchen leader Nurhaci an opportunity to expand his influence and territory. Nurhaci began to conquer and consolidate the unrelated tribes surrounding Manchuria. In 1599 Nurhaci had his trusted scholar Erdeni create a system of writing using the traditional Mongolian alphabet that laid out the foundation of what would become the Manchu alphabet. The Manchu as a people by the way are hard to really define and have been referred to as simply Jurchens, Tatars given who is speaking about them and what time period it is. In reality the Manchu is a rather broad umbrella for a few different groups of people in the large area of Manchuria and the term Manchu was chosen specially to create a sort of legitimate ancestry by those who eventually would bear its name.   In 1601 Nurhaci began to develop the Manchu military which became the banner system later on seen in the Qing dynasty. The banners derived from the niru “arrow” , a designation for a small Jurchen hunting band. This led to the organization of cavalry and infantry companies of around 300 men with subdivisions of 75. These units eventually evolved into differing banners, yellow, white, red and blue at first, then this increased to a total of 8 later on. If you have never seen the 8 banner army uniforms from the late Qing Dynasty, I highly recommend googling it. Absolutely awesome to see, unique colors for the armor and everything. Now the banner system was not purely military, it also became the established social hierarchy of what was to be a new state. Its important to note during his unifying efforts, Nurhaci also acquired a vast amount of Han Chinese defectors and with them Ming knowledge and technology such as firearms. A lot of these Han Chinese  would be married to Manchu women to form marriage alliances.The idea behind it was to take the tribe system and use it as building blocks for a military bureaucracy. This in turn also acted as a method of creating an administrative structure of the future Manchu people. Nurhaci built up his new empire's economy via mining and trade and managed to accumulate a lot of silver from tributary missions to the Ming Dynasty.    In 1607 Nurhaci declared himself the Kundulun Khan over what he proclaimed to be the Jin State, named after the former Jurchen led Great Jin Dynasty. Now this was also done to assert divine lineage to the Jin Dynasty of the 12th century and in some ways was an implied challenge towards the Ming Dynasty. Indeed, Nurhaci even began to publicly refer to the Ming Dynasty as merely the “Southern Dynasty”, implying equality with his new state. So it seems the Ming Dynasty had greatly miscalculated Nurhaci and now they had quite a threat bearing down upon them. In 1610 Nurhaci broke relations with the Ming imperial court and in 1618 he demanded they pay him tribute and sent them what is legendary known as the “seven grievances”. This was a list of 7 terrible acts the Ming Dynasty had performed against Nurhaci personally and that of the Manchu people, basically a highlight reel of everything they did to try and stop the tribes from unifying. Smack dab as number 1 by the way was supporting the man who killed Nurhaci's father and grandfather. The seven grievances also acted as a formal declaration of war against the Ming Dynasty. To think one day your financing the murder of some small tribal leaders, next thing you know their offspring has raised a new national peoples to take you out?    A confederacy of Jurchen tribes referred to as the Hulun tribes gradually began to recognize Nurhaci's authority, but some took more convincing so to say. The Jurchen tribes of the Hada, Hoifa, Ula were all defeated and assimilated by 1613, but then there remained one last Jurchen tribe that would not submit and it was one of the most formidable, the Yehe. In 1618 the Yehe leader Gintaisi united with the Ming Dynasty to combat the newly emerged threat that was Nurhaci.    As it would turn out, the flashpoint for the conflict that would ultimately lead to the downfall of the Ming Dynasty would occur at a frontier town in the northeast. The town held one of the 18 key fortresses established by the founder of the Ming, Emperor Hongwu. The first official battle with the Ming Dynasty would occur in Fushun. Fushun was located on the Hun River just east of Shenyang. Nurhaci sent a letter to the Yehe at Fushun stating “If there is a battle then the arrows shot by our soldiers will strike all in sight. If you are hit, you will surely die. Your strength cannot withstand. Even though you die in battle, there is no profit. If you come out and surrender, our soldiers will not enter the city. The soldiers attached to you will be given complete protection. But suppose our soldiers do attack and enter. The old and young inside the city will surely be in jeopardy, your official salaries will be taken away and your ranks will soon be reduced [for losing the battle]... If you submit without fighting I will not change your great doro (guiding principles; Ch., li yi) at all. I will let you live just as you did before. I will promote not only the people with great knowledge and foresight but also many other people, give them daughters in marriage and care for them. I will give you a higher position than you have and treat you like one of my officials of the first degree”.    In addition to being the first official military challenge to the Ming Authority, Fushun was connected to Nurhaci's strategy of assimilating the remaining rival Jurchen tribes such as the Haixi. Fushun also happened to be quite isolated and not as well-protected as the other great fortress cities. Commanding the defenses of Fushun was Li Yong Fang who had around 1200 men under him. Nurhaci would throw 20,000 at the city, but before he did this he sent around 50 men disguised as horse traders into the city. These 50 infiltrators opened the gates to Nurhaci's men who soon poured in. Li Yongfangs was horrified by the scene as several of his subordinates rushed to give their lives facing the invaders. Li Yongfang was captured and brought before Nurhaci who said to him “I know you are a man of many talents and have had many experiences and my state is in search of talent, as we are lacking in capable officials and are looking to employ capable generals. What purpose will your death serve? But if you surrender, you and all you soldiers will be safe”. Li Yong fang agreed to surrender if the people would be spared. Nurhaci honored this promise, in the end around 590 Ming soldiers died during the attack. Li Yongfang soon became a general under Nurhaci and even married one of his granddaughters. Li Yongfang became the first prominent Ming commander to defect and this would set a precedent for many many more. A large reason Ming officials like Li Yongfang defected was because they were not going to be forced to give up their own culture and customs.   After capturing the Fortress of Fushun, Nurhaci left 4000 men to guard it and now turned his attention to another fortress in Qinghecheng or known simply as Qinghe. The outraged Ming Court did not waste any time sending a counter attack to take back Fushun. The Ming dispatched commander Zhang Chengyin with 10,000 men to recapture the city. Zhang led the men and besieged the city, digging trenches and raining hell upon its walls using cannon and firearms. Nurhaci's sons Hung Taiji and Daisan took the force of 4000 men outside the city and to the shock of the besiegers charged directly upon them. It is estimated only 20% of the Ming force survived this devastating attack, and the rest fled or were captured.   The Ming Court was stunned by the loss of Fushun and knew it was not the only Fortress that would be attacked. Thus they dispatched an expeditionary force of 5000 men with 2 commanders, Li Rubai, the commander of Liaodong and Yang Hao the Military affairs commissioner to support the region, beginning with Qinghe. Both men were personally liked by Emperor Wanli, but both also had undergone scandals during the Imjin War when they messed up during a siege battle. With the new reinforcements brought over by the 2 commanders, Qinghe now had a garrison 6400 strong. Before leaving to help other areas, Yang Hao advised the commander of the Qinghe fortress, Zou Chuxian that he should lay an ambush out for the invaders, perhaps in the mountain pass nearby where they could take advantage of Ming firearms. Zou did not heed this and opted instead to remain within the fortress.   The reinforcing of the Qinghe fortress would prove to be fruitless. The defenders fired their cannons, hurled large boulders and logs and tossed hot oil all inflicting heavy casualties upon Nurhaci's men, but despite all of this the besiegers were able to take a corner wall as the defenders were busy loading their cannons. The siege quickly turned into bloody street to street fighting and with it the complete slaughter of the city's forces. Zou and his subordinates perished alongside most within the city. This prompted the Ming court to place a price over Nurhaci's head, 10,000 taels of silver. It is apparent, the Ming were not prepared to face the challenge pressed upon them by someone like Nurhaci. They had failed to anticipate Nurhaci's state-building efforts and now the fruits of his work were bearing witness.   With the fall of Qinghe and the surrounding towns, the Ming Court now dispatched a large force of 100,000 men to attack Nurhaci's forces. Yang Hao formulated the strategy for the grand operation, they would divide into 4 groups of around 30,000 men each and approach Nurhaci's stronghold of Hetu Ala from 4 different directions and surround it. Ma Lin would lead the northern group coming from Kaiyuan. Du Song from the west coming from Fushun. Li Rubo would come from southwest through the Yau Pass. Last, Liu Ting (also known as Big Sword Liu) would come from the Southeast from Kuandian supported by a 13,000 strong Joseon Dynasty Expeditionary force commanded by Gang Hong-rip. Despite all the planning, Yang Hao did not believe their forces had adequate training nor the supplies for the venture.    It is estimated that Nurhaci had around 60,000 men at this time. Nurhaci also had amazing scouts that provided him with great intelligence of the Ming plans and he decided the best course of action was to concentrate all of his forces together and pick off each Ming group one by one. Thus he sent small detachments of around 500 men each to intercept Liu Tin, Ma Lin and Li Rubo to misdirect them, while he would take the main force and smash Du Song, whom he deemed the greatest threat out of the 4 groups. To beat Du Song, Nurhaci snuck 15,000 of his men in the forested mountains near Sarhu for an ambush.   Du Song's force of around 30,000 set forth from Fushun which they had recently recaptured with ease as it was left undefended. Du Song was frustrated by this and wanted to face the enemy and finally found them when he came across the Hun River and saw a Jin force on the other side.    Du Song took 10,000 of his men to cross the river and attack, so that a beachhead could be formed and thus providing adequate room for a safe transfer of the rest of his forces and equipment. So he left behind the other 20,000 men with the war equipment who would follow them once the Jin force were pushed back. When Du Song's men were halfway across the river, Nurhaci sprung a trap. It turns out Nurhaci had ordered his forces to prepare the breaking of dams, and at the moment Du Song's 10,000 men got half way in, well they broke them. The Ming forces in disarray had to flee back from the raging water, abandoning a ton of their equipment. Now Du Song's force had to go from offense to defense, erecting 2 camps on the opposite side of the river frantically.  Those troops Nurhaci snuck in the forested mountains then came down upon the camp that held Du Song  and Nurhaci himself personally led 6 banners to attack the camp as well.   Nurhaci's forces much like that of Ghenghis Khan's, came in with horse backed archers to pelt the defenders. The Ming Musketeers divided themselves into 2-3 rows, taking turns to fire their guns and reload, known as “repeated fire”, basically a more rustic version of what you see during something like the revolutionary wars of America. Some of theses guns by the way are known as Zhuifeng Qiang “windchasing” guns. They are around 5 feet long and shoot fairly large lead bullets. With one of these you can probably hit something within 40 feet away effectively. So you must be thinking, well the Ming Musketeers must have shot the Jin cavalry up like a turkey shoot, but you would be wrong. Interesting little side note here, the bow and arrow historically has trumped firearms honestly until the invention of the repeating rifle and revolver. If you know something about the Aboriginal wars in the America's, it was this innovation that finally allowed militaries to defeat peoples like the Comanche. Until those were invented, horseback archers would be able to get off far too many shots by the time people using firearms could shoot and reload. And thats basically what happened, Nurhaci's horseback archers pelted the Ming Musketeers and began flanking them, until they began to break formation and soon fled. After this Nurhaci besieged the other camp at Jilin Cliff. Soon the Jin's had surrounded the force there and Du Song alongside 2 other generals were killed during the slaughter. It was said that “corpses piled up like a mountain and the fields were drenched in blood”.   Upon hearing that Nurhaci had annihilated the force under Du Song, the inbound force led by Ma Lin coming from a northern position chose to be much more cautious. Ma Lin's 30,000 men soon found the fleeing remnants of Du Song's force and quickly incorporated them into his own force. He then formed 3 camps at Xiangjiayan and fortified them with trenches and cannons. Nurhaci's sent a 1000 men to prod the defenses of the main camp that held Ma Lin's command and also to draw its attention. The 1000 men dismounted and moved forward cautiously, drawing the Ming gunfire their way.   Once Nurhaci had a good idea of the layout of their defenses, he sent in a joint infantry-cavalry assault to make a swift attack upon a weakest point on Ma Lin's camp. The Ming Musketeers could barely get off more than a single volley before the Jin horse riding warriors descended upon them. The front lines were being cut to pieces and soon the entire army's morale broke and several men were routed. Commander Ma Lin barely escaped with his life and many of his officers died in a nearby river turning it quote “crimson with their blood”.  The other 2 camps fell in a similar fashion. Thus Nurhaci had just annihilated 2 out of the 4 incoming armies and took some 4000 of his forces to Hetu Ala to recuperate their strength.    Yang Hao saw the absolute mayhem occurring and ordered the remaining forces to retreat and regroup, but the force coming in from the east led by Big Sword Liu Ting never got the orders. Now unlike his colleagues, Liu Ting was actually having some success against some Jin expeditionary parties. The 13,000 Joseon Expeditionary force was with Liu Ting consisting of 10,000 Musketeers and 3000 archers were proving themselves very capable warriors. He managed to capture a few fortresses, killed 2 Jin generals and inflicted a few thousand casualties. Nurhaci then decided to do something rather cunning: he slipped some saboteurs into Liu Ting's army. These saboteurs pretended to be messengers from Du Song, stating his force was already besieging Hetu Ala and desperately needed assistance for the final victory. Liu Ting proceeded to respond by increasing his army's speed to rush to Hetu Ala. Because of the increased speed they were going, Liu Ting's force became very stretched out and now there were practically 2 divided groups. Around 18 miles from Hetu Ala, Liu Ting's frontal force was ambushed in the Abudali Pass. This allowed 2 of Nurhaci's son's Daisan and Hong Taiji to both make cavalry charges one after the other into the front of Liu Ting's force. These back to back charges inflicted heavy casualties, and they soon managed to surround the Ming force, exacting an estimated 10,000 casualties upon them. It also claimed the life of Liu Ting who was said to go down killing several Jin with him, must have been waving around a pretty big sword. By the way I tried quite hard to find out how the nickname came about and failed to find anything concrete, if anyone knows let me know perhaps by commenting on one of my Youtube episodes!   The Korean Musketeers performed quite well, but the archers, it is alleged, fired without arrowheads, because the Joseon Dynasty intended to keep a neutrality with the newly emerged Jin people. The Joseon Musketeers were eventually overwhelmed by the Jin cavalry, because they lacked spearmen in their formations to thwart off the charges, something they would improve upon later down the road.  Gang Hong-rip ended up surrendering the remaining 4500 of his forces. Those who survived later captivity were eventually allowed to return to their homeland. Gang Hong-rip was proficient in the Jurchen language and was held hostage. Interestingly, once the battle was won and done, Nurhaci went back to Hetu Ala to celebrate and one of the first things he did afterwards was send a message to the King of the Joseon Dynasty asking why they sent an expeditionary force to aid the Mings. The king tried to play it cool and sent a letter of congratulations for the victory, but made sure not to write anything that recognized the Jin state. It seemed the Joseon dynasty was now stuck between the Ming-Jin conflict and this would hold dire consequences later.    Li Rubo had received the message to retreat from Yang Hao, so he was able to avoid disaster, losing around 1000 troops before getting out to safety. Overall it is estimated that the Ming lost some 45,000 troops, 28,000 horses and a ton of war equipment. The Jin claimed to have only lost 200 men, but better estimations put them at losing around 5000. The Ming Court was rocked by this loss and ordered the arrest of Yang Hao, sending the Embroidered Uniform Guard after him; those are essentially the Emperor's secret police. Li Rubo was impeached, because there were rumors he had only survived because he had a personal relationship with Nurhaci. Li Rubo would commit suicide before his trial and Yang Hao would rot in prison for almost a decade before being executed.   I would like to take this time to remind you all that this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Please go subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry after that, give my personal channel a look over at The Pacific War Channel at Youtube, it would mean a lot to me.  Nurhaci did not stop after defeating the 4 armies, he continued to raise hell by capturing Kaiyuan, Tieling and Xicheng without breaking much of a sweat. Hell Nurhaci was said to have braved a hail of arrows when he personally led the assault on the east wall of Xicheng. Over in Chahar, some of Nurhaci's subjects were defeated at Guangning and this would lead to ongoing troubles between the Jin and Chahar mongols for 15 years. Now Xicheng was the last bastion of Nurhaci's Yehe Jurchen rivals, so now he looked towards more empire building activities. Alongside his advisors they began to plan the conquest of Shenyang and perhaps to establish a new Jin Capital in its place. 

TODAY
TODAY 8a: Carson Daly shares his back surgery story. Champion teen boxer faces cancer battle. Step up your walking game.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 38:28


Carson Daly takes us inside the breakthrough procedure he just underwent that could be a solution to his back pain. Plus, WNBC's Darlene Rodriguez shares an update on champion teen boxer Jesselyn Silva who is now battling brain cancer. And, celebrity personal trainer Bob Harper shares tips and products to step-up your walking game.

Black and White Sports Podcast
Celebrity boxer Jake Paul KNOCKOUTS Joe Biden & his supporters in BRUTAL tweet about his FAILURES!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 8:21


Celebrity boxer Jake Paul KNOCKOUTS Joe Biden & his supporters in BRUTAL tweet about his FAILURES! Support Our Sponsors! #drinkjavy Get your supply of Javy Coffee here today: https://bit.ly/3B7iUMn My Patriots Supply! Click Here: http://www.preparewithblackandwhite.com/ Get 25% off! We Are The Number 1 Conservative Sports News Entity In The USA on YOUTUBE! Make Sure You Subscribe on Podcast & YouTube! Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports/subscribe The podcast is all about the world of sports news, sports reactions, and the games. Website: www.blackandwhitenetwork.com Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports Follow Black and White Network on Odysee: Black and White Sports: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhitesports Black and White News: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhitenews Black and White Entertainment: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhiteentertainment Follow us on Rumble: Black and White Sports: https://rumble.com/user/BlackandWhiteSports Black and White News: https://rumble.com/user/BlackandWhiteNews Email: blackandwhitesports2019@gmail.com Check out the podcast site here for all of the live streams: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports Please support Black and White Sports for as low as .99 per month here: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports/support Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/blackandwhitesports Join us and become a channel member today as we fight against Woke sports. Click the JOIN button or the link in the description and support us. Just starts at $4.99 per month and cancel anytime. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC73b_bf7j4fgTnBNRTqKKTA/join Check Out blackandwhitenetwork.com for More Exclusive Content from Us. Entertainment, Politics, Sports! 3 Membership levels Available As Well As Free Video Content & Articles! Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports use Promo Code "USAFIRST" for 25% off any of the merch! After Pay Now Available! and Black and White Network (Politics & Entertainment) Podcast: https://castbox.fm/channel/Black-%26-White-Network-(Politics-%26-Pop-Culture)-id4426096?country=us

The Modern Mann
The Blueprint

The Modern Mann

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 92:41


Reggie Nelson grew up on an East London council estate to alcoholic parents. With drugs and violence all around him, he underperformed academically, and felt the only career options available to him were “music, football or crime”. Quintin Price grew up in India, with a cook, butler, and driver. His father was an international banker; his mother a committed philanthropist. After boarding school and University, he went into banking himself, and became an executive at BlackRock. Then, one afternoon in 2014, their lives crossed paths. In this eye-opening interview, they tell Olly what happened next. Reggie's book, Opening Doors, is out now, and is also available as an audiobook. —---------------------- Meanwhile, in the Zeitgeist, Ollie Peart investigates self-publishing sensation Substack. Can he master the platform and become a blogging billionaire? With the help of music recommendation newsletter Flowstate.fm, he attempts to decode the ingredients to create the perfect Substack crowd-pleaser. But are his views ‘controversial' enough? The Zeitgeist is sponsored by Manscaped, creators of the anti-chafing, silky-soft Boxer 2.0, engineered to be the most comfortable boxers in your underwear drawer. Get 20% Off + Free Shipping, with the code ‘Mann' at Manscaped.com —---------------------- Elsewhere, in the Foxhole, Alix Fox has been unpicking the complex intersection of faith and sexuality with muslim comedian Sadia Azmat, whose memoir, Sex Bomb, is out now. Then, she answers our listener question of the month, courtesy of Mann-fan Craig in Baltimore, who is TTC* with his wife, and wants to know whether the underwear he is wearing could be affecting his fertility. (*'Trying To Conceive'. You can have that acronym on us.) With the help of Joshua Shoemake, founder of cooling underwear company Snowballs, Alix discovers how scrotal temperatures can make all the difference to procreation - and comes up with a novel suggestion to make the whole process a little more… romantic. The Foxhole is sponsored by Handy - the willy-thrilling sex toy that can be controlled by your lover from anywhere on the planet. For free express shipping, use our code ‘Foxhole' at TheHandy.com. —---------------------- Finally, our record of the month is the anthemic ‘I'm Insecure', from Lauran Hibberd's debut album ‘Garageband Superstar'. Enjoy! — This episode is sponsored by: • Wine52, the wine discovery club. For a FREE case of their delicious wine visit wine52.com/mann and just pay for the postage. • ExpressVPN, Business Insider's #1 rated VPN. Head to ExpressVPN.com/Mann to get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.  • Tiege Hanley, who offer simple, effective skincare for men. Get 30% off your first box, plus a free gift, at tiege.com/MANN • Athletic Greens, the ultimate daily nutritional supplement. To get a FREE one-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D, and 5 free travel packs with your first purchase, visit athleticgreens.com/mann.  • LISTENERS LIKE YOU. If you can afford to buy us a beer each month to say thank you for making you a free 1hr+ magazine show each month - please do. We rely on your support. ———————————— … And we'll see you on July 10th! Presenter: Olly Mann. Producer: Matt Hill. Contributors: Ollie Peart, Alix Fox, Reggie Nelson, Quintin Price, Tim Warwood, Lauran Hibberd. Theme Music: Django Django. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Opie Radio
Ep 522: Best and Last Year 04 - Doug Benson Theo Von Gerry Cooney Judy Gold

Opie Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 138:26


SOON I'M GONNA MAKE THIS A SEPARATE PODCAST FEED AS I ROLL OUT THE LAST YEAR OF RADIO I DID. Day 4 - Doug Benson, Theo Von, Heavyweight legend Gerry Cooney punches Theo, Judy Gold screams and Stuntbrain. I now cherish the last year of radio I did especially with the passing of my dear friends Carl Ruiz and Vic Henley.  I was able to come to the realization why I went into radio all those years ago.  It was for the fun and pure joy of it.  The last year was filled with ugliness, drama and a ton of laughter.  Me, Car Ruiz, Vic Henley and Sherrod Small had the time of our lives on and off the radio show.  Our close friendships was on full display.  The last year also saw Carl Ruiz blossom into a superstar which led me to do the Opie Radio podcast with him.  A special thanks to Erock, Clubsoda Kenny, Paul and Louis for going on this ride with us.  Hope you enjoy the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the last year of radio I did. Instagram and Tik Tok - OpieRadio Merch - www.opieradio.com Join the Private Facebook Group by clicking "subscribe" on my www.facebook.com/opieradiofans See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hotboxin with Mike Tyson
Stephen Fulton Jr., Boxer

Hotboxin with Mike Tyson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 57:37


Prior to his June 4th fight on Showtime, Philadelphia's unified 122-pound champion Stephen Fulton Jr. aka "Cool Boy Steph”, sat down with Mike Tyson & co-host Sebastian Joseph-Day in the #Hotboxin studio. In this episode, the guys spoke about: Fulton's next fight against Daniel Roman, his response to Shakur Stevenson who called him out, how Jaron "Boots" Ennis matches up against Terence Crawford & Errol Spence Jr., Tyson Fury Vs. Francis Ngannou, Canelo Alvarez losing to Bivol, Canelo Vs. GGG, and so much more. Manscaped: Get 20% off + free shipping with the code HOTBOXIN at http://www.manscaped.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Adam Carolla Show
Part 1: Boxer Canelo Álvarez + Comedian Chris DiStefano (ACS May 6)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 70:32 Very Popular


Adam welcomes legendary boxer, Canelo Álvarez, to talk about his upcoming match on Saturday against the undefeated, Dmitry Bivol, for the light heavyweight title. They talk about his only loss to Floyd Meriweather and how Sugar Ray Robinson went on to be a surprisingly great dancer. Adam is then joined by Comedian Chris Distefano who talks about the return of the mob, the politics of Patreon, and his new Netflix special, ‘Speshy Weshy'. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/Adam LifeLock.com enter ADAM JBWeld.com XChairAdam.com