#008 Meet Rob. Body guarding is the easiest job he has. This MMA champion has taken beatings in the ring and in business. Rob is the owner of Hydra Life Water Services, an alkaline water company that only provides the best. As an MMA fighter, hydration is key. After drinking regular water for so long during these fights, Rob had a friend suggest Alkaline to him. After trying it out he realized it left you with less of a bloated feeling. After that knowledge Robert took the idea and ran with it. He know provides alkaline water to many Floridians as well as MMA fighters all over. On his down time he also body guards for some well known names like Jake Paul and Blac Youngsta. If you want to hear the secret to managing all these ventures as well as the story behind the Jake Paul, Mayweather incident, listen in.
Listen to the final presser as Canelo and Plant speak one final time before they go to war.Boxing's consensus No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter, Mexican superstar and unified WBA/WBC/WBO Super Middleweight World Champion Canelo Álvarez will face undefeated IBF Super Middleweight World Champion Caleb “Sweethands” Plant in a historic showdown on Saturday, November 6, live on SHOWTIME PPV at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.#SHOSports #CaneloPlant #ShowtimePPV #CaneloAlvarez #CalebPlant
Unbeaten five-time world champion and boxing's hottest attraction Gervonta “Tank” Davis will defend his WBA Lightweight Championship against hard-hitting Isaac “Pitbull'' Cruz on Sunday, December 5 live on SHOWTIME PPV from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles in a Premier Boxing Champions event. Cruz, ranked No. 2 in the IBF, steps in to replace Rolando Romero. Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Mayweather Promotions, GTD Promotions and TGB Promotions, are on sale now and can be purchased at AXS.com.Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcKT39KR_e3ZliHe4cyC06A/joinOne Free Month of Dazn On TBV http://bit.ly/ThaBoxingVoicexDAZNhttps://www.patreon.com/ThaboxingvoiceBUY THA BOXING VOICE T-SHIRT HERE http://thaboxingvoice.com/storePLEASE SUPPORT!!! SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKEPlease check out our Facebook page and hit the like button. https://www.facebook.com/Thaboxingvoiceradio GOOGLE PLUS https://plus.google.com/107960664507143008932/posts?tab=XXiWeb Sitehttp://thaboxingvoice.com/Radio show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoiceradioTwitter: @Thaboxingvoicehttps://twitter.com/thaboxingvoiceAudio only Podcast subscribe herehttps://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.c#GervontaDavis #RolandoRomero #Canceled
Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch! Auntea Kerel is back from Puerto Vallarta and showing more skin than ever! How is it already Mariah Carey Season again? Insecure is back with its final season and it's already starting off amazing! This week's Ask Yo Aunteas question asks if he should give gas money to his hookup? It's Native American Heritage Month! Facebook will now be called Meta but still grimey as ever! Caitlyn, Boosie, and Mayweather stay needing several seats. Passports will now have a non-binary option. Do you acknowledge other folks of color when traveling? Do you have one or multiple best friends and is there an age limit in calling someone that? That's What's Brewing Today. So, Get Your Cups Rady For Minoritea Report! Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=e4e9d8be44554a4c Time Stamps: 0:00- Kerel Back From PV 9:55- Christmas Music Time Again 13:57- Insecure S5E1 33:07- Tea Break 34:50- AYA 58:33- Native American Heritage Month 59:20- Meta aka Still Facebook 1:04:34- Caitlyn & Boosie & Mayweather 1:06:50- Non-Binary Passports 1:07:55- Black Travel 1:19:35- Best Friends Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!.com for Merch!
We talking sports while watching the University of Miami Vs Pittsburgh Panthers College Football game and there's a lot to talk about. UM won 38-34!! Let's Goooo Miami! While we watch and analyze that game we also talk about the Miami Dolphins and if Tua is a bust or should be given a chance to show more. We give a few NFL week 8 game picks. We also discuss how the Miami Heat are looking so far, and they are looking good. We jump onto some bullshit topics, the Florida Panthers coach getting fired for not responding correctly between sexual misconduct between a player and videographer during his coaching tenure with the Chicago BlackHawks. We look at Pacquiao vs Mayweather 2, the charity basketball event pitting the two championship boxers against each other for a 2nd time. Marcus breaks down South Florida High School Football via The Benjamin Report. We try out a new segment called Wes Side where Wes gives advice to the young men out there. Then we jump onto MMA and boxing where we discuss Claressa Shields 1st MMA loss and Jake Paul calling her out, and then Dana White calling Jake Paul out. And we look into next weeks bouts between Colby Covington vs Kamaru Usman 2 in the UFC, and the Caleb Plant vs Saul Canelo Alvarez boxing match. That's all folks!!!
☎️Gervonta Davis “You Want a Payday” To Regis Prograis Who Offers to REPLACE Romero❗️Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcKT39KR_e3ZliHe4cyC06A/joinOne Free Month of Dazn On TBV http://bit.ly/ThaBoxingVoicexDAZNhttps://www.patreon.com/ThaboxingvoiceBUY THA BOXING VOICE T-SHIRT HERE http://thaboxingvoice.com/storePLEASE SUPPORT!!! SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKEPlease check out our Facebook page and hit the like button. https://www.facebook.com/Thaboxingvoiceradio GOOGLE PLUS https://plus.google.com/107960664507143008932/posts?tab=XXiWeb Sitehttp://thaboxingvoice.com/Radio show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoiceradioTwitter: @Thaboxingvoicehttps://twitter.com/thaboxingvoiceAudio only Podcast subscribe herehttps://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.c#GervontaDavis #RolandoRomero #RegisPrograis
PBC, Showtime are actively looking for opponents to replace Rolando Romero on December 5th, sources tell @SInow. Romero, an undefeated lightweight contender, has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault.Showtime will televise the Jamal James vs. Radzhab Butaev 147-pound title fight tonight. Ordinarily, there would be a heavy promotion for Davis-Romero. There will not be tonight, and Romero is not expected to face Davis in December.Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcKT39KR_e3ZliHe4cyC06A/joinOne Free Month of Dazn On TBV http://bit.ly/ThaBoxingVoicexDAZNhttps://www.patreon.com/ThaboxingvoiceBUY THA BOXING VOICE T-SHIRT HERE http://thaboxingvoice.com/storePLEASE SUPPORT!!! SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKEPlease check out our Facebook page and hit the like button. https://www.facebook.com/Thaboxingvoiceradio GOOGLE PLUS https://plus.google.com/107960664507143008932/posts?tab=XXiWeb Sitehttp://thaboxingvoice.com/Radio show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoiceradioTwitter: @Thaboxingvoicehttps://twitter.com/thaboxingvoiceAudio only Podcast subscribe herehttps://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.c#GervontaDavis #RolandoRomero #Canceled
Uncle Jimmy comes off “the DL” to introduce some of Jason's epic firestarters. Did a tragic DWI incident help derail the Kansas City Chiefs season? How are Enes Kanter, Floyd Merryweather, Dave Chappelle and “Dads on Duty” heralding in a new age of masculinity? Why is the NAACP's letter to athletes actually a wicked assault on the black community? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Dak Shepherd says he absolutely will not try to protect the virginity of his daughters. Loper's friend has fallen back in love with his ex from 10 years ago, but she still has a boyfriend. Floyd Mayweather will not take a picture with any guy who has painted nails. The Cleveland Indians are suppose to be the Cleveland Guardians next season, but a Cleveland roller derby team already uses Guardians. Plus, Helium Theater, a new Elvis movie, an awesome DNA link, Trump at the World Series and more!
Howard University students protest Sub Phar living conditions. President Biden says First Responders and Police that refuse the Vaccine Mandate should be fired and Floyd Mayweather backs Kyrie Irving's decision not to be Vaccinated also Mayweather refuses to take picture with a teen with his finger nails printed. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/larry330/support
Whitlock celebrates a series of major victories in the culture war. What did Boston Celtic Enes Kanter say to double down on his criticism of China and Nike? How did comedian Dave Chappelle finally answer the opponents of his Netflix special? Why did boxing legend Floyd Mayweather take to Twitter to talk about Kyrie Irving's vaccine stand-off with the Brooklyn Nets? Former UNC Tar Heel and Minnesota Timberwolf Rashad McCants jumps in the conversation, calling LeBron James a shepherd who leads the liberal sheep. Plus, sportswriter Steve Kim and Jason break down the altercation that Los Angeles Laker Rajon Rondo had with a heckler. Today's Sponsor: Try a taste of the world's most remote wines from Bonner Private Wines. Visit https://BonnerPrivateWines.com/FEARLESS and you'll get 50% off the wine and shipping. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. strongly voiced his support for Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving on social media Monday amid his absence from the team over his vaccine status, commending him for "having some integrity and being your own man." Mayweather, 44, posted a minute-long video to his Twitter addressing Irving directly who was barred from any team activities with the Nets earlier this month until he becomes eligible to play in all games by getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Mass Effect Go Hosted by Analytic Dreamz also known as… well me is the “on the go” version of Notorious Mass Effect meaning everything that I feel like needs to be talked about while I'm out on the go and in between episodes will be talked about on this version of the podcast. You might be wondering what's the difference between The Notorious Mass Effect and Mass Effect Go… well you're hearing the difference right now, Mass Effect Go has a different set up so I can record from anywhere covering a variety of topics without having to worry about taking away from what my core audience values from this the notorious mass effect in the first place. It wouldn't be an announcement without me also letting you know to Click my Linktree in my bio to access my social medias and follow, to keep up with my latest activities, if you want to financially support the show click my cash app link located towards the top of my linktree as it helps the show overall, also make sure to share this podcast as this helps the show reach more people so we can grow together and effect the masses! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
In episode 35 of Boxing Talk, we discuss the outcome of Herring vs Stevenson bout! We also preview Zepeda vs Vargas, James vs Butaev, and Ennis vs Dulorme. No puede faltar el chisme! (We can't forget the gossip!) Rumor has it that Mayweather is being sued again!Thank you for listening ! "We're not experts, we're just friends!"
The Throwdown in A-Town — the Oct. 23 super fight between WBO junior lightweight world champion Jamel Herring and undefeated former featherweight world champion Shakur Stevenson — promises fistic fireworks at Atlanta's award-winning State Farm Arena.Promoted by Top Rank, #HerringStevenson, Ali Walsh's bout, and a co-feature will air live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes (simulcast on ESPN+) at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT.One Free Month of Dazn On TBV http://bit.ly/ThaBoxingVoicexDAZNhttps://www.patreon.com/ThaboxingvoiceBUY THA BOXING VOICE T-SHIRT HERE http://thaboxingvoice.com/storePLEASE SUPPORT!!! SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKEPlease check out our Facebook page and hit the like button. https://www.facebook.com/Thaboxingvoiceradio GOOGLE PLUS https://plus.google.com/107960664507143008932/posts?tab=XXiWeb Sitehttp://thaboxingvoice.com/Radio show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoiceradioTwitter: @Thaboxingvoicehttps://twitter.com/thaboxingvoiceAudio only Podcast subscribe herehttps://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.cMUSIC CREDITCASH APP $Dolla Dibiase https://www.instagram.com/dolla_dibiase/?hl=en#JamelHerring #ShakurStevenson #StevensonHerring
Lou Esa is a former contending Heavyweight Boxer and original Cocaine Cowboy. In a life story Hollywood Studios would never believe, Lou went from training under his good friend Muhammad Ali's team at 5th Street Gym in Miami, to earning his spot as the 10th-Ranked Heavyweight Boxer in the world––to becoming one of Miami's infamous Cocaine Cowboys. ...All in the span of about 2-3 years. This podcast is the behind-the-scenes story of what happened––as told by the man who lived it. ***Note: “Cocaine Cowboys” is a term made famous by Billy Corben's Eponymous 2006 Documentary and its subsequent sequels (including the 2021 Netflix Miniseries, “Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami”). Lou Esa was a player in the middle of many of the conspiracies recounted in Corben's various films on the subject. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Lou's early career in boxing; a funny highway story; How Lou got signed by Don Shula to the Miami Dolphins; Meeting Muhammad Ali & Getting signed by his trainer Angelo Dundee at 5th Street Gym in Miami; Lou's friend Chuck Wepner, who “Rocky” was based off of 24:57 - Lou trained by swimming with the alligators; Then Lou trained by swimming with sharks; Lou's 5 marriages around the world; An insane growth spurt story; the nightclub Lou opened up in Greece 45:49 - How Lou's career went; Being a star in Miami in the 1970s; The crazy story behind Lou's first loss 1:03:03 - Dana White and the UFC don't pay their fighters enough; The overlaps within MMA and boxing 1:13:28 - The True Crime Story of how Lou became a Cocaine Cowboy in Miami WHILE he was a Heavyweight contender; Wild stories from the Miami drug trade at night; planes, boats, and blow; How they wrapped cocaine in the drug smuggling trade; Lou talks about the Colombians and the Cubans and who he worked with 1:29:24 - When Lou knew he was done fighting; Fighting in Madison Square Garden; Funny stories about Lou's friend and training partner, Muhammad Ali; That time Ali beat Lou up out of nowhere in a sparring session; What Muhammad Ali's legacy means; Ali, McGregor, Mayweather and fight promotion; Lou breaks down Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson 1:55:12 - How Lou's trainers would psyche him up for a fight; Funny stories about various fights Lou had; Lou lists off all the greats he sparred with including Ali, Frazier, and Foreman 2:10:19 - Lou talks about the National Geographic documentary he starred in regarding illegal bookmaking; How Lou ended up becoming a major cocaine distributor; How Lou would smuggle cocaine from Miami to New York City; The cocaine abuse comeback and drugs across pop culture; Lou talks about a DEA Agent he paid off; Why Lou thinks many cops can be bought 2:31:45 - Lou's work with the Cubans in Miami (who were covered in Billy Corben's most recent Cocaine Cowboys Documentary, “Cocaine Cowboys: Kings of Miami”); The Cali Cartel and Medellin Cartel (Pablo Escobar) from Colombia; How Lou jumped an indictment and fled to Greece; Lou's work as an extortionist in Greece; How Lou got arrested in Barcelona; How Lou bought off everyone in his Spanish prison; How Lou and his lawyer cellmate fended off his extradition to the US; Funny courtroom stories when Lou was finally sent back to America; a WILD prison story; Lou's life since he left prison ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $100 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover: https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot
La tarde de este jueves la promotora The Boxing Showcase presento ante los medios de comunicación la exhibición que ofrecerán los excampeones mundiales mexicanos, Marco Antonio Barrera y José Luis Castillo con el objetivo de apoyar al boxeo amateur con lo que se logre recaudar.La cita es para el próximo 29 de octubre en la arena Theatre, de Houston, Texas, con capacidad para 2,500 personas y que será también la sede de la tercera jornada del torneo “The Big Belt Championship”.La reunión con los medios especializados, mediante la aplicación zoom, causo expectativa ya que la combinación Barrera-Castillo jamás paso por la mente de ninguno, inclusive ni en la mente de Marco Barrera.“Cuando se trata de ayudar a este tipo de causas siempre hay que levantar la mano y que mejor que estar frente a José Luis Castillo, un extraordinario boxeador a quien solo me toco verlo por televisión, nunca me imagine estar en un cuadrilátero frente de él pero será un placer para mí, ya que será la primera vez que me presente en Houston”, mencionó en su turno a la palabra Barrera.Por su parte, José Luis Castillo se mostró entusiasmado ya que “para mí es un orgullo que me están invitando y más si es para apoyar una noble causa como es el boxeo amateur que siempre ha sido olvidado y más ante un campeón como Marco Antonio Barrera. pues yo encantado de la vida”.De campeón a campeonesLa grata sorpresa de la tarde fue la presencia del también excampeón mundial mexicano Israel “Magnífico” Vázquez, quien ahora en su rol de analista de boxeo acudió al zoom en compañía de su colega Ernesto Amador.“Pues muy contento de poder ser parte de este equipo también, yo admiro mucho la carrera de Marco y de José Luis, y que esto sea algo muy bueno y benéfico en pro del boxeo amateur y de los boxeadores que van a debutar, es un camino muy difícil y muy duro, pero solamente ustedes saben que con dedicación y constancia pueden llegar a ser tan grandes como ustedes. Les deseo todo el éxito del mundo para esta gran exhibición”, mencionó Israel.Parte de lo recaudado será para apoyar la realización de un torneo Nacional Amateur en México, a finales de octubre o principios de noviembre, y uno más para enero de 2022 en Estados Unidos.Previo a la fecha de la exhibición, Marco Antonio Barrera y José Luis Castillo estarán visitando distintos gimnasios para fomentar el boxeo en la sociedad y combatir la violencia femenil doméstica y el bullying infantil.Los tickets serán puestos a la venta la siguiente semana.https://fightnews.com/barrera-castillo-en-problems-in-houston/120891
We are meeting with James Williams, CEO of Mayweather Boxing and Fitness. Founded in 2018 by Floyd Mayweather after his retirement from his undefeated boxing career of 21 years, Mayweather Boxing + Fitness was created to help the Mayweather family spirit and legacy live on to inspire people worldwide. Having previously kept his training methods a secret from the world, Floyd now looks to share his champion mentality and unique workout techniques through his brand. Floyd had created quite the legacy for himself and is now ready to have others do the same by owning and operating their own Mayweather Boxing + Fitness. Today, the brand has 26 locations open across the United States, Canada, and Russia, along with plans to have 50 locations opened by end of this year. In part two, we play a clip from our popular Great Quotes in Franchising podcast.
On Instagram, you know him as @Limitless, but we know him as Jas Mathur. The social media giant stopped by the "Hollywood Raw Podcast with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn" to talk about his multi-million-dollar car collection and which pricey ride is completely overrated. We jump into the topic of how much pressure there is to post when you have over 7 million followers and where his enormous wealth comes from. Jas chatted about his friendship with Floyd Mayweather, what it was like inside their joint birthday party, and even gushed about what a kind person Mayweather is behind the scenes. Don't miss a thing! Follow Hollywood Raw on Insta, Facebook, and Twitter. Dax Holt - Insta / Twitter Adam Glyn - Insta / Twitter A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
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The GA Boys are a week late, but better late than never! On these weeks episode the guys talk about growing their hair again, NFT, Gabrielle Petito, Star Wars, Juan Ep Podcast, Mog being overweight & ALMOST killing his dog, Taliban issues, Haitian Issues, Canelo fight, Mayweather the greatest boxer and many more....
In Episode 176 of my Six Weeks To Fitness podcast, I sit down with celebrity fitness trainer Paul Bamba, a successful boxer, community activist, entrepreneur and former Marine. He's also the founder of Trifecta Fitness, a New York-based boxing and fitness training company. The company trains everyone, from celebrities to everyday fitness enthusiasts. Throughout his career, Paul has taken boxing and self-defense seriously by teaching self-defense classes to women and men of all ages. Vince Ferguson Well, before we talk about Trifecta Fitness, tell my listeners, where did you grow up and what was your childhood like before joining the Marine Corps. Paul Bamba: I grew up everywhere. I was born in Puerto Rico, I moved to LA, I lived in Massachusetts for a little bit. I was a ward of the state, the country rather because I was all over the place. So I was just bounced around a lot. So there's not one real spot I was really in growing up. Vince Ferguson: So there was no stability in your home. Paul Bamba: No, not at all. I think that, not even a little bit. Not until I joined the Marine Corps. Vince Ferguson: Really, so the Marine Corps gave you stability. Amazing. Paul Bamba: Yeah. Stability and structure. Vince Ferguson: And structure. Now, I know that Marines can do a lot to a young man, but why did you join the Marine Corps as opposed to any of the other branches? You laugh. Paul Bamba: The uniforms and that, I don't know, dress blues, dress blues are just beautiful, they're the best uniform out there. Also, I think because it was the hardest one and I've always loved challenging myself. With Marine Corps boot camp, it's 13 weeks, it's the longest of any other branch of service and you don't need to go to any other boot camp if you decide to go into another branch of service. However, if you're in the army and you want to become a Marine, you got to start all over again because you got to earn it and that's what I really liked about it. It was a hard thing to get into and then they're very selective and you have to have certain fitness requirements and stuff like that. So I liked it, it gave me something to look forward to, just to get better, a goal, I'm very goal-oriented. Vince Ferguson: Nice. Excellent. Excellent. So in addition to the combat fighting skills, because again, I know from being a Navy veteran that the Marines have the toughest, have structure that it's hard to basically be a Marine if you're not fit. In the Navy, you can go in there looking like a donut, but Marine Corps, you got to look good, you got to feel good, you got to know what you're doing and each one qualification come to being a Marine, but besides learning combat skills, because when it comes to fighting, the Marines go first pretty much, but in addition to combat fighting skills, what other skills did you take that you use today in your business? Paul Bamba: I would definitely say the structure part. Structure, just planning everything out, not just going off a whim I would say, having a plan, executing to that plan, and when things don't fall according to plan, sticking to that plan, because you made it for a reason. I think that has helped me the most. Also, just, the thing I love most about the Marines is comradery. So I would say when you are team building, being a team leader, I was a fire team leader and a squad leader in some parts. So things like that, they permeated into other portions of my life, it just made me more confident, I was able to pick the people that I wanted to build with and have it as a part of my team and it lets you see past the BS, I guess you could say. Paul Bamba: So when you know what you have, you know what you're attacking, or not attacking rather, but when you know what you're going after, and then you just stick to it. That's the main thing I learned with the Marines, no matter what, even if you fall short, you stick to the plan and you make sure you accomplish the mission. And that's how I operate on a day-to-day. Vince Ferguson: So you must have a plan. Paul Bamba: Oh yeah. I'm living part of my plan right now. I would tell you all of it. I have a 10 year since I was about ... I worked at GNC when I was 25 and I'm a bit ahead of schedule, I would say and I think that's because I stuck to my plan, even when stuff goes wrong, sometimes people they kind of give up or they're like, "Oh, I fell short." They call an audible, but that audible takes them away from the ultimate goal and it might actually take a little longer. I just stick to the plan. Vince Ferguson: How many years did you do in the corps? Paul Bamba: Four. Vince Ferguson: That's a lot. You know what I'm saying? Paul Bamba: Yeah, it's a little bit. Vince Ferguson: But of all the places that you could've moved to, I know you were discharged a few years ago, you came to New York, but why? Of all the places you could have gone, you could have gone to LA, Atlanta, wherever, you came here. Why? Paul Bamba: So this might sound a little weird. I knew I was going to be homeless and I tried to pick the easiest place to be homeless in my opinion, and the easiest place to work and also to go with, I love hard things, there's the saying, if you can make it in New York you can make it anywhere. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Paul Bamba: If you would've told me that before I moved to New York, I would've said, "Well, that just sounds dumb." But I think that there's a lot of truth behind that because New York will bring the grind out of you if you don't it in you. And if you have it in you, it's going to make that much better because you can't come here and be lazy, you'll get swallowed up, chewed up, spit out very easily. You constantly have to be moving forward. Vince Ferguson: True, true that. But let me go back for a second. You said you knew that you would be homeless when you came to New York and you still came? Paul Bamba: Yeah. I had a plan. It started off as a joke. I sold office supplies for this company called Quill, I think, something like that- Paul Bamba: ... in Rhode Island and then it wasn't working out or I think they were moving the company or something and I'm like, "Oh, I'm going to go to New York and I'm going to fight." And I never boxed before and I was kind of like, "Eh, whatever." So I went to New York and I found a gym and I just made it all work. I was homeless for a bit and I was able to rent a mattress behind someone's couch in City Island for a bit and then ended up getting on my feet, getting a job. I got fired from that job, I got homeless again, lived on the train, but ultimately, all my goals were fitness-related and boxing-related, so no matter how bad stuff got, I literally, I just stuck to it, it's like, "Hey, I messed up. Cool. How do we fix it?" Rather than sulking or beating myself up about it, I'm like, "All right, cool, I messed that up, this is a solution to it, this is what we're doing or what I'm doing." And I just got to it. That's it. Vince Ferguson: Wow. That to me is truly amazing. Most people would've given up, coming here, and you're young, even much younger than you are now, coming to New York and basically, things can happen to a young guy, a young person in New York city if they're not careful. So how did you fall into boxing? Paul Bamba: Well, Morris Park, I was in the Bronx, so there was some guy, I got into a little altercation if you will in City Island and there's this guy that told me that I should box, I don't remember his name anymore and I wish I did, I think it's Eddie, he has like a karate studio in City Island and he brought me to the Bronx and he's like, "I'll pay for your training, you just got to come help." I had to come help clean up his dojo or whatever, do floors in morning, he'd pay for my training and I would walk from City Island to Morris Park every day just so I could learn, because I didn't have nothing else to do, school wasn't really my thing, I'm self-educated but I'm not curriculum, sit-down at a desk type educated. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Paul Bamba: So that's all I had. So I was just like, "I like this. I'm going to do this. I'm going to make it work. I might not become a version of Floyd Mayweather, but maybe I'll become like a Freddie Roach." You can make your mark either through fighting or through training and if you're training, you could help out a bunch of people in the process and build their confidence. So I was like, "It's a win-win." And you get to put people on the face if I get in trouble. That's fun. Vince Ferguson: That's fun. I heard Mike Tyson said, everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face. Paul Bamba: True. Vince Ferguson: But you have a plan and you like punching people in the face. Paul Bamba: Yeah. I don't mind getting hit too much so it's a win-win, it's a good outlet, it's a positive one. A lot of people think that boxing is just an animalistic thing, it's just like, kind of like, this is just machismo, I guess you can say, but it's not, it's a thinking man's game, you got to think and you got to be smart, and if you go in and fight all the time or you can box and be smart and not get hit too much, stay in great shape, sharpen your mind, help other people. That's why I love it. Vince Ferguson: So you are pretty successful now, but would you say that boxing is what brought to where you are today or was it other skills that you had? Paul Bamba: I think I'm charismatic, so that helps. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Paul Bamba: Obviously you got to be able to talk to people, but I ultimately know boxing saved my life. I truly believe I would not be ... I had a rough upbringing and I was kind of hardheaded, so I don't really think I'd be anywhere close to where I'm at had I not found boxing or had I not found the few people that they're still in my life, like Aaron Davis, he runs Morris Park Boxing Club, he's a former world champion, I still talk to this man all the time, even to this day, it's been about seven years now and he instilled in me just working hard and not giving up and being cool, stuff could be messed up, but if you're not giving up, you got to move forward. And so boxing did that for me because you're never going to perfect boxing. Mayweather's amazing but even he gets hit sometimes, you can learn something from anybody and the fact that it keeps me mentally sharp, I love that and it just gives me something to look forward to whether I'm winning or whether I'm helping somebody win, either way it's a win. Vince Ferguson: Wow. Are you boxing professionally now? Paul Bamba: Yeah. I've had three professional fights so far, I fight again, October 8th and then the 29th. So I'm staying a little bit busy. I like it a lot, it's fun. It's an experience. COVID made the dream happen, with not much else to do, it was easy to train and kind of like take that leap of faith and I did, so now I get to train people, which I love, and teach, because I'm more of a coach than a trainer I would say, a teacher, and I get to box. So it's a win-win, I'm living what I dreamed about when I was 25 because I put in the hard work and I stuck to it and I was consistent and I got up and ran on the days that I really didn't want to, I still do. Vince Ferguson: Just like a Marine. Paul Bamba: Yeah. And that's the thing, the hunger that's instilled in you as a Marine or maybe they brainwash you, I don't know, but it works and as long as you stick to it, that's it, consistency is key in life to anything that anybody does. Vince Ferguson: And yet you had role models too to help you, you said Aaron, what's his last name? Paul Bamba: Aaron Davis. Vince Ferguson: Yeah. How important are role models to you? Paul Bamba: I would say very important. I have three key people in my life that have molded the way I think and the way I approach things and they are all very, very different. [Guardia 00:13:19], he's pretty much my older brother to me. He was a captain in the Marine Corps too. He has helped me out, mentored me a lot. He works with me as well. And then this guy, Jason Harris, he's this marketing genius that he basically pushed me to move further, because at some point in life, I got complacent a few years ago and I was like, "My rent's paid now. I'm good. I can go to movies every once in a while. I'm comfortable. I'm cool where I'm at." And him and Guardia got me to dig deeper and got me to want more and actually showcase my talents, my skills and stuff like that. Paul Bamba: And I'm really glad they did because the way I live now is very much different, I can help a lot of people. I definitely enjoy myself and I wouldn't be here without any of those three people. If I didn't have all three of them, I wouldn't be where I'm at, they make the perfect Trifecta, if you will. They're all very much different. Vince Ferguson: Okay. And we're coming to that too. I'm glad you said that because you are the founder and the CEO of Trifecta Fitness, and you also, I was on your website, it mentions, join the Trifecta Movement. What does that mean to my audience? What does Trifecta Movement mean? Paul Bamba: So the Trifecta Movement, it's kind of how I explained how I am. So we go by sport, body and mind. So fitness, a lot of people think fitness is just their body or is just like playing sports, like just get in shape, look good and cool. That's not really it, you have to take care of your mental, you have to take care of your body, meaning recovery. So sport, body and mind, I try to embody all those three things at all times, meaning I'm working out, I'm making sure my mental health is good and I'm making sure I'm taking the time to recover, because everybody in life gets busy, but you want to make sure you're taking the time to keep yourself healthy, you're recovering fully and your mental is straight. Paul Bamba: You have time to meditate, yoga, stuff like that. So the Trifecta Movement to me personally, will just be being well-rounded, being well-rounded and not settling just for a six pack when you can have a six pack and a great mindset. You can have a six pack, a great mindset and we can fix any ailments you might have in your knee, your hips or something like that. It's all about taking care of self and trying to, I know you can't really be perfect, but if you aim for it, you can get pretty close and that's what it is for me. Vince Ferguson: Awesome, man. Awesome. So what type of fitness programs do you offer at Trifecta Fitness? Paul Bamba: So me personally, I do hit training and boxing, but like I said, I created a team, so I have a team of experts for everything. So what Trifecta offers, through sport, body and mind is, boxing, yoga, meditation, kickboxing, acupuncture and massage, there was one more, CrossFit, which is kind of like hit, weightlifting, anything fitness related we do, because a lot of fitness companies out there, they focus on just the aesthetic of how you look and just fitness, but you have to go somewhere else to take care of your body, to recover, to get your peace of mind back. And with us, you can do that all in one stop. And we have a special way, we [inaudible 00:16:47] classes to where you ... you're all hyped up obviously from running around but we have like a Trifecta cool down and includes breathing, a little bit of stretching, stuff like that. Paul Bamba: And then, you have to be open-minded to it and I wasn't at first, my brother got me into it a bit more, but it's really relaxing and it gives you clarity on what you're doing for the day, I would think if that's how you're approaching it, it all depends on your mindset and I think it makes for a better day. You're working out, you're doing what you need to, and then you're focused, small, small meditation because I don't know if everybody can meditate for 10 minutes, I know I would struggle with that. Vince Ferguson: Yes. I hear you. It's not easy. But once you do it, it makes a difference. Prior to the pandemic, most trainers were training their clients in-person but when the pandemic hit, you guys had to pivot and start doing a lot of online trainings. Do you guys offer online training at Trifecta Fitness? Paul Bamba: We do. One of the things that helped us out the most actually was, Peloton had an ungodly amount of classes that they were already doing because they were already digital, Trifecta for like the first six, seven months, which just helped us out so much, we're the only company that had 100 plus classes a month or a week I think it was, wasn't it? It was close to like, I think it was 40, 50 classes a week, so you had flavors, you could literally pick anything you wanted, a whole bunch of different instructors, and it was because we were already gearing towards pivoting to that way so we had kind of an idea what we wanted to do and it helped. Right now, within the next 45 to 60 days, we will be releasing our app and then you can just train from your phone, you either come in-person, come downtown or right on your phone. You'll have everything on your phone, whether it's Android, just get in the App Store. Vince Ferguson: Nice. Nice. This is something ... you created this app? Paul Bamba: Yeah. Well, I didn't do the tech stuff because I'm definitely not that smart, that's not for me, but we created the app, right now there's, I think we have almost over 500 documents and videos and stuff like that, pre-recorded, so you come in, you can pick somebody that you want to work out with. We have UFC fighters, we have professional boxers, we have CrossFit competitors, we have yoga, we have like literally everything. And it's all on one app and it's all for one little price rather than having to buy to a bunch of different things. Vince Ferguson: Wow. Guys, you guys are killing it. It's amazing. Paul Bamba: I'm trying to, that's the thing, I don't ... so our mission is more so to help people, we do a lot of charity and a lot of philanthropy. So a lot of what we do is women empowerment, so everything is geared towards trying to give back to that community, because, and especially in New York, not a lot of women feel safe walking to the train at night or anything like that and that's actually how I believe the year before the pandemic happened, how we started, we started with one of, her name is [Mia Keg 00:20:09] and we did this woman empowerment thing, to teach women self-defense and it just took off and we realized it was much more rewarding to have these women coming back to us and say, "Hey, I felt much more comfortable walking by myself last night." Than just to be charging people for a bunch of classes where people are just getting in shape, which is still cool, but like I said, as I'm growing, I'm more gear towards helping people and empowering those around me. Vince Ferguson: Yes. And I like how you mentioned women empowerment, that's so important. And do you train these women online or do you train them in-person? Paul Bamba: Both. So we have online, in-person, whatever people are comfortable with. Some people are more open-minded about meeting up in-person because of COVID. Some people are a bit more cautious about it. So it's all about comfortability because remember, we're trying to empower these people so we'll get the most out of them if they feel completely comfortable in the setting that they're in. Vince Ferguson: Can you train a woman to really feel empowered to be able to handle herself, especially here in New York City, after training with you, they feel that they can walk these streets at night if they have to or if they're confronted, they will be able to protect themselves, is that what you're saying? Paul Bamba: 100%. So what we don't do, is we don't ... so defend yourself, yes, not fight. So I'm not going to tell you I'm going to train you to try to beat up a 200 pound guy coming after you, no. What we do is, we train to make sure we got good stamina, make sure you can deflect anything coming at you, strike if you need to and then get away. So it's not to stand there and be combative with somebody coming after you, it's to protect yourself, defend and then just leave and be safe. And that's mainly what we stress. We don't want anybody sticking around trying to get out with somebody, that's not the move. Vince Ferguson: That's not the move. That's not recommended. Paul Bamba: We don't want that. Vince Ferguson: What are some of your prices for online, for training in-person? What are some of your prices. Paul Bamba: Prices for online training, we have Trifecta at Home right now, it's about to switch because we're about to launch the app but it's 20 bucks a month. You get a few classes, a bunch of different instructors. If you're in New York and you're signed up for Trifecta at Home, we have a free class every Sunday at, I believe it's called Columbus Park and that's pretty much it. It's going to roll out into the app too where you get everything that you're currently paying for plus much, much more. Vince Ferguson: Wow. That's amazing. A free class every Sunday if you're in New York. Paul Bamba: A free class every Sunday if you're in New York and on top you can pretty much get over 100 classes a month online if you're just signed up for that home one. So if you just want to do Zooms, you don't want to interact with people, you're worried about COVID which is understandable, you just hit the Zoom button and turn it on and you could be frowning with everybody else on the screen and then we get busy. Vince Ferguson: Man, awesome. Awesome. So you do the group fitness training as well. Paul Bamba: Yes. Vince Ferguson: That's awesome, man. That's amazing. I love it. Now, this show is called Six Weeks To Fitness, if you had a client, if I gave you a client who was basically a couch potato, haven't worked out in years yet they want to get in shape but they want to get in shape six weeks, can you give me an idea of what type of fitness program would you put them on that would help them to reach that goal where they're in basically good shape within the six week time period. Paul Bamba: Yeah. So it would depend on the person's mentality, but I would start slow, finish hard because you don't want to start too fast and finish slow, the body breaks down after a while, but I'm big on consistency and regimen. One of the people actually did this last year around this time with Michaels, he's a comedian from Wild 'n Out, he lost 52 pounds in 30 days. Vince Ferguson: Oh nice. Paul Bamba: Yeah. And I think the only supplements we took were multivitamin and some fish oil because he has some rough needs and that was about it. And it was all about consistency, doing the right thing and then just making sure that you got up on the days you did not, because if you're a couch potato and you're starting off, you don't want to go to gym the second, third, fourth day in a row, you're kind of like, "I don't want to do this." So it's building that regimen, that routine, that's going to get you up because after that first week, second week's going to flow, third's going to be easier, fourth, fifth, finish on the sixth, you're back in shape, you're back to good health. Vince Ferguson: So this client that you work with, celebrity from Wild 'n Out, 52 pounds in 30 days? Paul Bamba: Yeah. He had a competition with a photographer, I think it's one of the videographers, his name's Cliff Prescott, he's very good videographer from the show as well, they had a competition. He had an NFL trainer and had a bunch of fancy stuff, he lost 26 pounds. Vince Ferguson: Really? Paul Bamba: Yeah. Rip had me, we just had some hard work and some grit, 52 pounds. Vince Ferguson: 52 pounds. Paul Bamba: 52 pounds. I'm big on hard work. I'm not big on starving people, you might eat as much as you want, whatever your input is, make sure your output is that much more and rest, that's all we did. Like I said, routine, routine to me since the Marine Corps has been everything, you stick to it and you have a plan, if it makes sense, when you're sitting down and you write it out, it'll still makes sense when you're going through it and it doesn't feel great. You just got to trust it. You got to trust yourself when you wrote it down. Vince Ferguson: Most definitely. And briefly, you just mentioned about calories and calories out. Do you talk about nutrition with your clients? Paul Bamba: Oh yeah. All the time. I don't press anything on them as far as strict diets or anything because I don't believe strict diets work, I think that you should cheat every once in a while on a meal, a meal, not a day, I don't agree with cheat days because you can lose a lot of progress in a day if you go crazy and you've been starving yourself, but if you want a milkshake, go drink the milkshake, but go jump rope for a half hour or something after that, that's where you make up for it. It shouldn't be a punishment or you shouldn't feel like you're punishing yourself as you're doing something. But we do nutrition plans, it's broken down to macros, to the ounces, to everything that you need. It really just depends on how deep people want to get into it because not everybody, including myself, I don't want to track everything they eat or weigh it all out, but yeah, we get into all of that, we make it a science. Vince Ferguson: Amazing. Awesome. Really awesome, man. Now, what do you tell a young guy who wants to be a CEO, an entrepreneur like yourself? What do you tell him to do? What do you tell him to think about when it comes to achieving those goals? Paul Bamba: I would say go with all your crazy ideas. I say that because, my brother Guardia thinks a lot of the stuff that I ... he had a full-time job, he was doing loss prevention and I forget what the proper term for it is, but he was the head of it for a bunch of Bloomingdale Stores, he's making six figures and I was saying, "You should quit and work with me and take less money. I promise we'll get you back to where you need to be." He didn't do it right away, he waited until he saw I was consistent with it and we just went with all my crazy ideas, whether it was, "Hey, we're going to rent out this gym." Or, "Hey, we're going to do this or we're going to go train this client, we're going to push this narrative or we're doing this." Paul Bamba: Just go with it. If it makes sense to you at one point and it makes you feel good, it's probably a really good idea. A lot of good ideas die because people think too much about them and they start to get watered down because they're like, "Maybe I should do this or maybe I should do that." No, just stick to your plan. You may get better on the go, you don't need to wait six, seven months for something that you could start up in two weeks, get out of the door running with it. Being mindful, don't get too crazy, my crazy ideas, they were a bit calculated, and don't take no for an answer and don't let anybody tell you that you can't do something. That's a driving factor for me. If I don't know something, I go out of my way to learn. Paul Bamba: So I will just say that. Be big on knowledge and be big on not taking no for an answer, and your crazy ideas are definitely your best ones so believe them and believe in yourself and don't backtrack even if your friends don't believe in it, because there's so much stuff that I've done that people thought was crazy or wouldn't work and I'm petty sometimes, so I constantly laugh about, "Hey, remember when you said this, I told you so." Like I pointed out, because if you really believe something's going to work, it's going to work, I live my life like that every day. If I know I could do something, obviously I don't think I can fly, so I'm not jumping off buildings and stuff like that, but if I think I could ... like we just raised, I think we raised over $300,000 to send 100 kids to summer camp this past summer and we did it in less than a month. Paul Bamba: And everybody was going crazy and I didn't have the most experience in comparison to them at the time but I was like, "No, this could work." I was like, "This will work. We got to go. Everybody's going to attack different stuff. This is going to work. We're sending these kids to camp, let's do it." And then we did it and it was great and it was a very short timeframe, so we had to work. But if you're willing to work hard, your crazy ideas aren't that crazy. They only sound crazy if you don't have the little things in between of what you need to do to get to the next step of that crazy idea in my mind. Vince Ferguson: Yes. Yes, yes, yes. Powerful, man. You inspire me just hearing you talk like that my brother. Paul Bamba: Oh, I appreciate it. Vince Ferguson: Thank you, bro. Now, how can people find out more about Paul Bamba and Trifecta Fitness? Paul Bamba: If you want to find out about me, I guess just ask or Google works, my Instagram is @bambajuice, B-A-M-B-J-U-I-C-E. Kind of like Jamba Juice, [inaudible 00:30:43], they stole it from me. Vince Ferguson: They stole it from you- Paul Bamba: And then our website, for those who want to check out the classes or anything like that, trifectastrong.com and then there's a blog there every Friday if you want fitness tips and tricks and stuff like that, it's called Ask Bamba and I'm constantly giving out free game and trying to help as many people as I can. That's it. Vince Ferguson: Beautiful, man. Beautiful, Paul Bamba, on behalf of Body Sculpt of New York, my nonprofit and Six Weeks To Fitness, I truly want to thank you for coming on this show today. Paul Bamba: Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. This was good. Vince Ferguson: Oh man, you're the best. And to my listening audience and viewing audience, I truly hope this program was informative, inspiring, encouraging and you will continue tuning in to our Six Weeks To Fitness program. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below and don't forget to subscribe Six Weeks to Fitness or email me at email@example.com, so you don't miss any other future episodes and don't forget, let's get ready, get set and let's get fit with Paul Bamba from Trifecta Fitness.
Season 2. Ep 34. Would you be willing to love someone knowing they would only life for 6 months, theory on rich people and relationships, Jake Paul and what made him famous, YouTube or the fight with Mayweather, and much much more!
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Zach “The Kid” Dubnoff is a Professional Middleweight Boxer with a career record of 4 - 1 (2 KO). His story is unique because he didn't take up boxing until age 29––but managed to turn pro at 30. In many ways, his story has some real life “Rocky” vibes to it. ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro, Recounting when the Pandemic shut down boxing; The missing ambulance story; Miami Businessman Marc Roberts & his boxing roots; Zach's relationship with boxing legend, Lou Esa; The story behind Zach's rise to the pro's 28:29 - The story behind Zach's fourth pro fight in October 2019; Zach talks about his current fight camp 40:31 - How the Pandemic sent Zach into a dark place away from boxing; “The Edge”; The importance of structure in life; How Zach wants to be remembered 59:20 - Internal Drive and Affirmation 1:07:52 - What happened to boxing during the Pandemic 1:16:56 - Jake Paul, Logan Paul, & the pros and cons to their impact on boxing; The marketing aspect of boxing; Conor McGregor's promotional tactics; Floyd Mayweather's fight style; Who is the boxing goat?; 1:41:09 - Risking your life when you step into the ring; Zach's iron jaw; Punching yourself out; more hilarious Lou Esa stories; Zach tells a story about what he said to a car dealer after he tried to pull a fast one 1:58:06 - Vasiliy Lomachenko's RIDICULOUS career path in boxing; What Zach initially wanted to do with his life; The physical pressures of boxing (making weight, hits to the head, etc.) 2:26:56 - Zach's relationship with his dad; Zach talks about growing up without much; The origins of his nickname, “The Kid” 2:42:19 - Zach tells the story behind his days as a young drug dealer; Why he named his son after him ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $100 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover: https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot
Anthony Joshua on his preparations for Oleksandr Usyk: "I'm looking trim for this fight. I'm fighting a guy who's a 12-round fighter, so it'd be silly of me to go in there bulky with my muscles screaming for oxygen. I'll be well conditioned to fight, that's the key." [@SkySports]SHOWTIME, the longest-tenured network covering the sport of boxing, has assembled an all-star team of International Boxing Hall of Famers, versatile combat sports personalities and high-profile sports media commentators to present the blockbuster SHOWTIME PPV® event headlined by Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley on Sunday, August 29, (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT) from Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio. Veteran sportscaster Brian Custer will host the telecast with special guest commentators Logan Paul and newly crowned BELLATOR MMA featherweight world champion AJ McKee. The most versatile voice in combat sports Mauro Ranallo, and International Boxing Hall of Fame analyst Al Bernstein will call the action at ringside. Leading mixed martial arts journalist Ariel Helwani will serve as a special guest analyst at ringside and handle in-ring post-fight interviews. Barstool Sports President Dave “El Presidente” Portnoy and the host of its hit podcast Pardon My Take Dan “Big Cat” Katz will join the team as part of a unique and fully integrated sponsorship from Barstool Sportsbook, the official sports betting partner of the event. In addition to the exclusive category sponsorship and the in-arena and telecast branding, Barstool Sportsbook will have a branded desk on the set in the arena and Barstool's two most popular personalities Portnoy and Big Cat will host sports betting segments throughout the telecast. Multi-faceted TV personality and MMA reporter Phoenix Carnevale will serve as a roving reporter, providing behind-the-scenes access to the event and pre-fight interviews with the fighters and celebrities in attendance. The in-ring announcer will be International Boxing Hall of Famer Jimmy Lennon Jr. who will be backed up by Cleveland's own nationally renowned electronic dance music artist E-V who will spin music in the arena. The pay-per-view telecast is executive produced and directed by David Dinkins Jr. and Bob Dunphy, respectively, the tandem behind all of SHOWTIME Boxing's biggest events including the two biggest pay-per-view events in television history, Mayweather vs. Pacquiao and Mayweather vs. McGregor. The event is co-produced by SHOWTIME PPV and Most Valuable Promotions and promoted by Holden Productions. The pay-per-view is available for purchase now for $59.99 at SHOWTIME.com/PPV and via the SHOWTIME app, and is available to order through all major cable, satellite and telco providers in the U.S. and Canada. Tickets for the event at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse are still available starting at $25 via RocketMortgageFieldHouse.com. The five-fight SHOWTIME PPV event will feature a complete undercard of world-class professional boxing including Puerto Rican star and WBC/WBO Featherweight World Champion Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano defending her titles against super bantamweight world champion Yamileth Mercado of Mexico in the co-featured bout. Former junior welterweight world champion Ivan Baranchyk will step into the ring to face the unbeaten Cleveland-native Montana Love in a 10-round showdown. Rounding out the PPV telecast will be two U.K stars making their stateside debut as the hard-hitting heavyweight Daniel “Dynamite” Dubois, who is ranked No. 1 by the WBA, will face Juiseppe Angelo Cusumano in a 10-round matchup, and Tommy “TNT” Fury, the younger brother of heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury, will square off against combat sports veteran Anthony “Pretty Boy” Taylor in a six-round, 180-pound catchweight fight to open the pay-per-view telecast. Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcKT39KR_e3ZliHe4cyC06A/joinOne Free Month of Dazn On TBV http://bit.ly/ThaBoxingVoicexDAZNhttps://www.patreon.com/ThaboxingvoiceBUY THA BOXING VOICE T-SHIRT HERE http://thaboxingvoice.com/storePLEASE SUPPORT!!! SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKEPlease check out our Facebook page and hit the like button. https://www.facebook.com/Thaboxingvoiceradio GOOGLE PLUS https://plus.google.com/107960664507143008932/posts?tab=XXiWeb Sitehttp://thaboxingvoice.com/Radio show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoiceradioTwitter: @Thaboxingvoicehttps://twitter.com/thaboxingvoiceAudio only Podcast subscribe herehttps://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.cMUSIC CREDITCASH APP $Dolla Dibiase https://www.instagram.com/dolla_dibiase/?hl=en#AnthonyJoshua #PaulWoodley #JoshuaUsyk
#319 HOW TO BUILD LIMITLESS CONFIDENCE IN 7 POWER HABITS Inside today's episode we cover the top 7 behavioural patterns you must BUILD that hold most people back from their full potential. When you add these new habits and break these old patterns, life truly changes...ENJOY!! Join the Project Limitless group and discover so much more... https://www.facebook.com/groups/533463801012636 REMEMBER THE LIMITLESS DAY September 2021 If you want to know more about our 1 DAY LIVE IMMERSION to expand into limitless possibilities , DM us as it is only open to 15 people right now CLICK THE LINKS READY TO EXPAND with Andy? Step 1Andy's Private Coaching Ready to EXPAND into the next stage of life, income & business? Let's connect and chat https://andymurphy.online/connect Step 2 THE DAILY FIRE MIND MORNINGFree Brain Training Audio https://firemind.me Step 3 WRITE A REVIEW from your laptop https://podcasts.apple.com/.../mindset-by-design/id900646659 Step 4 Andy Murphy's Private FB Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/andymurphymindset Step 5. LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymurphymindset Step 6 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/andymurphymindset LISTEN Mindset By Design Podcast Itunes https://goo.gl/3QfHqU Stitcher https://goo.gl/Xkdzi8 Spotify https://spoti.fi/2END4zI For Other Platforms https://andymurphy.online/podcast
A native of Southern California, Dr. Yvonne is a traditionally trained, board-certified emergency medicine physician who has worked in Los Angeles for 20 years. She started working in Wellness Medicine 10 years ago after failing to find a resolution to some health issues. She first worked for the largest age-management medical group, Cenegenics Medical Institute in Beverly Hills, for a few years. She was left wanting to spread her wings and eventually started The Brain & Body Restoration Institute in Hermosa Beach, California. Dr. Yvonne has been an advocate of nutrition and exercise for most of her life.
#318 Mayweather & The Untold Mindset Secrets of Wealth & Happiness In this interview review you might see a completely different side of world champion, billionaire superstar Mayweather. You see the separation from the brand and the human, the hustle, drive and upbringing that gave him the drive to do what ever it took to change his life... Anything is possible! CLICK THE LINKS READY TO EXPAND? Step 1Andy's Private Coaching Ready to EXPAND into the next stage of life, income & business? Let's connect and chat https://andymurphy.online/connect Step 2 THE DAILY FIRE MIND MORNINGFree Brain Training Audio https://firemind.me Step 3 WRITE A REVIEW from your laptop https://podcasts.apple.com/.../mindset-by-design/id900646659 Step 4 Andy Murphy's Private FB Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/andymurphymindset Step 5. LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymurphymindset Step 6 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/andymurphymindset LISTEN Mindset By Design Podcast Itunes https://goo.gl/3QfHqU Stitcher https://goo.gl/Xkdzi8 Spotify https://spoti.fi/2END4zI For Other Platforms https://andymurphy.online/podcast
Ben Maller talks about claims from Floyd Mayweather's cousin that Mayweather rigged the fight with Logan Paul to go the distance, Maller to the Third Degree, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Archer confronts the Xindi Council while T'Pol, Reed and Mayweather infiltrate an Expanse Sphere to gather info about the Sphere Builders. In this episode of the podcast, Wes and Clay discuss "The Council" and its incredible info dump of exposition. Plus! The guys talk about Elder Scrolls RPGs, not being sure about what is going on, and knowing someone is going to die. Are you looking for older episodes? Find this and every other episode at The Pensky Podcast! Thanks for listening. Stay connected: • https://thepenskyfile.com/links/ • e-mail: thepenskyfilevideo(at)gmail.com
Blake Griffin is back and we talk about Bryson DeChambeua's meltdown after everyone called him Brooksy (3:05 - 13:17). NBA playoffs and Big Cat went to a Nets game (13:17 - 25:50). Talking PLL, the waterdogs sucks, and F1 (25:50 - 39:15). Who's back of the week (39:15 - 48:24). Ryan Whitney joins the show to talk some hockey, Biz's bet, and sick league (48:24 - 82:21). We finish with a live watch of the terrible Mayweather/Paul fight and save you the hassle of trying to find highlights.