#1000 – Matt Torres & Caity Henniger

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Hey, bam, we’re live. Good morning, Jetro. Good morning, Marissa. Good morning, dusty. Mr. Willard. What’s up? Good morning, blade. Yo, I saw a Instagram Crip. I saw Instagram, Crip. I saw Instagram, saw an IG video. You know the tall redheaded guy who’s singing that song that everyone likes right now? It’s like some sort of country song. It sounds like it’s from, is it a country song? Maybe it’s a rock and roll song. I don’t know what genre that falls into, but he was on Rogan recently. The backstory on, that’s kind of crazy. I didn’t know the backstory on that song. What’s the name of that song again? Something. The Men in the North of West Virginia, Epstein’s Island Kids on Epstein’s Island, blah, blah, blah. Anyway, that guy asked for a message from God, and then 30 days later he is got the number one song in the country. That’s kind of a crazy story from drug addict to, Hey, hi.

Matt Torres (01:06):

What’s going on,

Sevan Matossian (01:08):

Dude? Did you look up to the heavens and were you like, dear God, please send me a stable of amazing athletes. I will do the rest. And then one year later, you have an amazing stable of athletes.

Matt Torres (01:20):

Man, that’s a big question right there. Damn, I didn’t even get my mind right for this one. Short. No, I didn’t. No, I didn’t do that.

Sevan Matossian (01:28):

Did you hear the story about the redheaded guy who did that? I didn’t hear it come out of his mouth, but I heard Rogan giving a synopsis. You know what song I’m talking about? The country song that’s taken the country by storm?

Matt Torres (01:39):

Yeah, the redhead with the beard, right?

Sevan Matossian (01:42):

Yeah. 30 days before that song became popular, I guess he’s a drug addict, and he looked to the heavens and said, dear God, fucking hook it up, bro. I need your help off of drugs. And he said, if you hook it up, God, I’ll spread your word for the rest of my life, or some shit he made a deal with, I guess you’re supposed to make a deal with the devil. He made a deal with God.

Matt Torres (01:59):


Sevan Matossian (02:01):

I mean, I saw just a quick clip on Instagram, the the big phone app thing.

Matt Torres (02:09):


Sevan Matossian (02:09):

Yeah, I saw it on there.

Matt Torres (02:11):

Admittedly, I’ve only seen about 32nd clips of that song. I haven’t quite listened to the whole thing, but I imagine probably pretty

Sevan Matossian (02:22):

Goody. You like it. Yeah, it’s catchy.

Matt Torres (02:25):

Yeah, I thought it was good. The parts that I heard,

Sevan Matossian (02:28):

He makes a thing, even mentions Epstein’s Island on there.

Matt Torres (02:35):


Sevan Matossian (02:36):


Matt Torres (02:37):

Wow. All right. I didn’t know it went like that, but all right. That’s cool.

Sevan Matossian (02:44):

Hey, I got a question for you. It’s the kind of thing that really should be said privately, but I’m going to say it publicly.

Matt Torres (02:52):

Okay, go.

Sevan Matossian (02:54):

I watched a video that Street Horner made the other day, and then I watched this other video that made, I don’t know if they made them or who’s coaching them, but they were weird videos, street Horner’s, like it’s a whole video about how he should be more vulnerable, but he’s not being more vulnerable. It’s like, Hey, dude, you have been more vulnerable. Instead of saying you’re going to be more vulnerable, or D’s talking about his brand or something. And I started thinking, oh shit, someone’s coaching these guys to sell themselves. I started tripping. I went into a little bit of a panic. I was like, oh no. Oh no. First I was blaming social media. I’m like, what are these guys doing? It doesn’t even make any sense. Just go out, do some. You want to be vulnerable? Take some fucking L S D and go live on Instagram.


I was tripping on the videos. They just seem to miss the mark. I don’t want to be rude, but it’s kind of like, well, fuck it. I’m going to do it. It’s like when people say, Hey, my account is for God. And then I’m like, okay, well, I’m here for it. Give me some God shit, but there’s no God shit. Or I’m here to help women. Okay, I’m here for it. Give me some help women. Shit, but there’s none. And I was tripping a little. I was tripping. Do you know what videos I’m talking about?

Matt Torres (04:10):

I do. I was actually, I was there when they were shooting ’em, not shooting. Do you agree with

Sevan Matossian (04:15):

Me or do you think I’m just being too harsh and I’m off base and they’re young men?

Matt Torres (04:21):

I don’t know if vulnerability in a sense of I want my social media platform to show my vulnerable side of things, or if he’s just saying in that interview, because the interview is asking them very specific questions on what this and that does to you. And he is like, well, I’m trying to be more vulnerable and whatnot. So maybe in his life he’s trying to be more vulnerable, but I don’t know. I haven’t really listened to the whole thing on street side, but I did listen to Down side of things, the interview. They’re asking them questions. The platform is asking them questions to help promote the platform that they’re using, which is a posting a company that does, I

Sevan Matossian (05:11):

Knew it. I knew it. I knew it. I don’t like it. I don’t like

Matt Torres (05:15):

It now. I mean, I believe Street. I haven’t really, D’s isn’t as directed to that as Streets is, but I do believe

Sevan Matossian (05:25):

Street D is some weird shit. He’s referring himself as a brand. It’s like, no, dude, you’re a man of God. We already know that. Don’t refer to yourself. You’re not a brand. You’re a boy with the crazy physical body that works hard and you’re a man of God. You’re not a brand. I don’t know.

Matt Torres (05:47):

I think I’m tripping.

Sevan Matossian (05:50):

If you want to be vulnerable, come on this show. I’ll ask you who touched you that made you want to push when you were a little boy that makes you now do CrossFit and hang out in the pancake? We’ll get to it. We’ll get to it, baby. We’ll get to it,

Matt Torres (06:04):

Man. I mean vulnerable, man. I think being vulnerable is kind of like what you mentioned, but instead of going on public air, just sit down on the beach and just deal with your emotions and deal with the things that you’re thinking about in your mind and see if when you come out the other side of it, if you can be a step closer to that vulnerability.

Sevan Matossian (06:29):

Let me give down some love too. I don’t don’t know streets material at all. That was one of the first videos I’ve ever seen of street. I know that my homeboy, Andrew Hiller is friends with him and really likes him, and I know, yeah,

Matt Torres (06:42):

Street’s a super good dude,

Sevan Matossian (06:44):

And I know that he used to put it to David’s daughter, but other than that, I don’t know him so good or of him, but down walks the walk, he is got a little bit of that young, rich froning in him where if you saw him come out of a brothel, you wouldn’t think he was in their fucking chicks. You would think he was trying to save someone. Do you know what I mean?

Matt Torres (07:07):


Sevan Matossian (07:08):

Nothing seems like it could stick to him. He doesn’t got to do anything else. Just keep doing him.

Matt Torres (07:13):

100%. And you know what? You just described his brand. That’s what that is. And dLAN, I think when dLAN is saying his brand, that’s it right There is just like a young froning and he is going in there and save the world.

Sevan Matossian (07:30):

Yeah. Alright. Johnny? I didn’t even know Street was a brute athlete.

Matt Torres (07:39):

So Street wasn’t a brute athlete when he was competing. I’m really not a hundred percent sure his story of who was coaching him. I know he was proven for his last season, but we’re actually teaming up with Street to release a training program, a reboot of our brute body program that used to be headlined by Brooke ANZ back in the day,

Sevan Matossian (08:05):

Two Amazing Bodies.

Matt Torres (08:07):

Yeah. Yeah, I’d say so.

Sevan Matossian (08:09):

You ever seen S, his mom ever seen s his mom? That’s

Matt Torres (08:12):

Type of, I haven’t no

Sevan Matossian (08:17):

Dispel any steroid rumors instantaneously. There was this video where her mom flexes her arm in the kitchen. Her arm is crazy, crazy. It’s just genetic. You know what I mean? Just, yeah. And hard work, but you know what I mean? But there’s a response factor there. I hate it when people accuse her of being on Roy’s, and then I saw her mom partially naked and I was like, fuck.

Matt Torres (08:43):

Yeah. I mean, I don’t know how you saw her mom parly naked. Was this

Sevan Matossian (08:47):

In the kitchen in person

Matt Torres (08:48):

Or are we just

Sevan Matossian (08:49):

Talking about No, just in the video kitchen

Matt Torres (08:50):


Sevan Matossian (08:51):

No, not my kitchen. She can come to my kitchen. I wouldn’t be opposed to seeing her mom partially naked. I have to be careful. Last time I talked about Brooks, she called me and had to slap me around a little, but I don’t think I’ve said anything bad yet.

Matt Torres (09:05):

Yeah, yeah.

Sevan Matossian (09:07):

Okay. So the release of the body program with the reboot with the street Horner.

Matt Torres (09:13):

Yeah. I’m actually, you know what, man, I’m excited. So here’s the thing that I liked about Street was the way he was describing how he trains right now versus how he trained when he was competing was he’s like, guys, I understand I look like this. I did 10 years of working out for five plus hours a day to try to be as fit as I could possibly be. And it’s like I realize that now at my stage, I don’t need to be doing five hours a day to keep my physique, but I can at least show you guys that these things can be done without training five hours a day. You just have to be consistent with this, which obviously everyone knows that thing, but he mentions things like, you don’t need to be snatching. You could do dumbbell snatches. You can bring an object from ground to overhead. We can say, yeah, that looks like a snatch, but in order to get that physique that street has, or even Brooke has, it’s like it doesn’t take building up to a one red max snatch. So yeah, it’s cool to hear him say things like that, and I don’t think he realizes it when he’s saying those things. It’s like, oh, that’s actually, that’s good content for people to hear.

Sevan Matossian (10:29):

Did there was something else in there about when you post on Instagram feeling like every Lyft has to be a PR or some shit. I can’t, I guess I can’t really relate to that, obviously. I don’t want to post anything stupid, you know what I mean? That makes me look like a dinging dong. It is our own personal, personal people magazines, each of our accounts. But anyway, I just thought I would give that feedback. I’d like to see people just do more. If you say you’re going to do stuff for women, then start a series where you’re teaching a class with 12 year old girls to do CrossFit, and then every once in a while chirp in there about some values you have. You know what I mean? Count to 1000 before you send a naked picture to your boyfriend. You know what I mean? Offer him some practical fucking advice as opposed to just like, yeah, here I am. You know what I mean? Or every time James is on comes on a podcast, I’d like to hear him start with, I’m going to read you 30 seconds out of the Bible. My homeboy God wanted me to say. You know what I mean?

Matt Torres (11:42):

Yeah, I know exactly what you mean.

Sevan Matossian (11:45):

Yeah. Or street Horner to come on and show the side of his shaft and be like, look, I’m being vulnerable. Pull down his pants and show his shaft. Or the first time I just catch her and I want to tell you something

Matt Torres (11:55):


Sevan Matossian (11:55):

I be, whoa, I’m listening. I’m listening. Yeah,

Matt Torres (11:59):

Man. I think we’re people just trying to figure ourselves out. As soon as we think we know who we are, we get shocked and we’re just like, whoa, who am I? What do I want? What makes me happy? It’s just like a revolving, like a merry-go-round. Every time it goes around though, it’s like a different scene. You’re not just stuck in a theme park Now,

Sevan Matossian (12:22):

Andrew Hiller, but Street Horner’s had that body since he was 15.

Matt Torres (12:26):

You’re goddamn right now when he was 15 compared to what it is now, or even let’s say when he was competing at the highest level of competing, I would guess at that point in time, it’s probably obviously weighed more. His muscles were probably what would look like more full, more dense. Now he just looks like functional fitness. He just lives like functional fitness. He’s not living to compete.

Sevan Matossian (12:59):

John Chapman, does Matt wear those glasses in case he gets a reflection from his teeth and it blinds his eyes? Those teeth are white. Are those to protect your eyes,

Matt Torres (13:09):

Dude, I like this Chapman guy already. What’s funny man is we have options. People that wear glasses, it’s like, do I put contacts on this morning or do I put sunglasses on that have prescription? And it’s like how lazy do I want to be and how much time do I got this morning? And that’s where we’re at. It’s like

Sevan Matossian (13:30):

I have 50 pair of glasses all prescription, and 42 of them are sunglasses, so I feel you. I fucking feel you. And I love my sunglass prescriptions,

Matt Torres (13:39):

Dude. You never lose. Like I need them. And the worst though is when you get stuck inside and you’re only schmuck wearing sunglasses inside and you’re like, I can’t. They got to stay on. I know. I would be the guy making fun of the

Sevan Matossian (13:55):

Guy. Hey, if your girlfriend’s hot as fuck, you can wear sunglasses indoors.

Matt Torres (14:00):

Yeah, I think that’s

Sevan Matossian (14:03):

One of the benefits of having a hot girlfriend that people don’t talk about to wear shit inside out.

Matt Torres (14:12):

Yeah, dude, the biggest thing is if you have a hot girlfriend, you’re allowed to have a mustache

Sevan Matossian (14:18):


Matt Torres (14:18):

It’s not creepy. Yeah, I think you can actually, it makes more sense to have a mustache when you’re with someone than it is to have a mustache when you’re single. It’s like one version is, well, both of them, you’re going to keep good looking girls from talking to you, so it serves one good purpose and the other one, it just only serves you.

Sevan Matossian (14:45):

Right. I like that. That’s a two page book on the mustache.


I do want to say this. I do agree with this. Sunlight’s good for your eyes. Ditch the sunglasses. I have no idea if this is true, but I heard that when sun hits your eyes, I’m not talking about looking directly into the sun, but it signals your body induces some sort of mechanism that is important. So I do actually do that, try to do that. If I’m at the beach yesterday, I was at the beach for three hours playing Frisbee with my kids, and I take my sunglasses off and I’m just like, all right, suck it up, buttercup, take some sun.

Matt Torres (15:23):

You know what I wonder is, I’ve heard the same thing before is how long do you have to do that for? How long of your life do you have to do that for? Because when I was a kid, all of my outdoor sports up until when I was 21, I couldn’t wear sunglasses. Literally, it was just outside all the time. My eyes burned from the sun, whatever the case may be. It’s like now, man, my eyes are so sensitive. When is enough enough? I can’t walk around this outside. I mean, I’m about to go golfing here in a second. It’s like, what am I supposed to do? Just squint at the ball? Because it’s so bright. The contrast of the white up against the green. It’s like, let me just be comfortable, wear

Sevan Matossian (16:08):

Sunglasses. I didn’t wear sunglasses until I was in my thirties. There you go. I remember the very, it’s a crazy story. The very first time I ever wore sunglasses, I was probably 35 years old, and I was at the Four Seasons in Arizona and there were only six employees at CrossFit or something like that, and we had a meeting in the morning in some room. Greg had rented, not like a hotel room, but you know what I mean, like a meeting room, and I had been So

Matt Torres (16:40):

You’re wearing sunglasses inside,

Sevan Matossian (16:42):

Dude, I had been up at the bar drinking all night the night before. I was so sick. It was like my first work meeting ever in my life, and I asked someone if I could borrow their sunglasses and I wore, I was the only fucking idiot indoors wearing sunglasses. But dude, it saved me and people kept going, why are you wearing sunglasses? I was like, I don’t know. But I had never worn sunglasses ever. That was the first time I was addicted after that,

Matt Torres (17:07):

Man, I was 35. That was not too long ago, huh?

Sevan Matossian (17:11):

Oh, for me. It was a long time ago. 16 years ago. I’m 50 51. How old are you?

Matt Torres (17:16):


Sevan Matossian (17:17):

Oh, look

Matt Torres (17:19):

At that.

Sevan Matossian (17:21):

The other day I text you about, I was hearing all sorts of changes that were going to occur at Brute or occur occurring. Can I just rattle them off to you?

Matt Torres (17:33):

Yeah, yeah, yeah, go ahead.

Sevan Matossian (17:35):

I heard that I didn’t hear, lemme start with these two. I didn’t hear anything about Fifi. The 2023, one of the fittest women in the world in 2023 went to the CrossFit games training, a brute amazing woman, probably one of the best talkers out of the brute camp too genuine, happy, and then Dal and Pepper heard nothing about him, no rumors about him. Then I heard that Emma and Dom were traveling to Christian V to do the 2024 season.

Matt Torres (18:15):

Are you asking me a question

Sevan Matossian (18:16):

Or, oh, yeah, sorry, sorry. Yeah, yeah. That’s the first question. So are they going to Christian, Tennessee, Emma and Dom?

Matt Torres (18:26):

So Emma was actually, she was traveling, I think. Oh, I know. Okay. Okay. I know I do. So

Sevan Matossian (18:33):

Olivia, ick, Emma Carey, the girl, she’s got great potential. She’s probably going to win the game some

Matt Torres (18:37):

Years. Okay. I do remember,

Sevan Matossian (18:38):

Remember she asked to be kept away from Daniel, Brandon or Dale. Scrap good and evil will scrap.

Matt Torres (18:44):

Olivia. Soli actually moved up to college in Florida somewhere for what you’re mentioning, this Christian school. And then Emma is her best friend, so she helped her move up there. From there, Emma went over to Europe and she’s been in Europe for two and a half, three weeks now traveling around Europe.

Sevan Matossian (19:06):

That’s fun.

Matt Torres (19:08):

And that’s something that I was actually super excited for her to go do. I mean, it’s her first European trip. Besides that, I mean, Emma comes back tomorrow. She arrives back tomorrow, and then normal stuff from there. We start training officially

Sevan Matossian (19:28):

For everybody. Monday. Christian was supposed to be a joke about Cookville. Christian was supposed to be a joke about

Matt Torres (19:34):

C. Yeah, so no false, I guess is what I would say about that. Coach Dom,

Sevan Matossian (19:43):

How do those rumors start? Do you even know? I had two or three pretty good. I wouldn’t say they’re good sources, but I didn’t make it up. I wasn’t like if I told you, Hey, I heard Danielle, Brandon was pregnant. I’m making that up. I’m fishing.

Matt Torres (19:59):

Yeah, I’ve

Sevan Matossian (20:01):

Heard no rumors. She’s not pregnant, is she?

Matt Torres (20:04):

No. When Dom finished up at the CrossFit games, this is the story that Dom shared with me as he was walking back to the campground, a couple people from the Cookville camp reached out to him and heard that he was going separate ways from Brute. And what people don’t know is that Dom and I spoke months ago about his own personal goals and how they align with his work goals, and one of those things was he wanted to break away from brute, and so I was there to support it from there. Dom did his research on mayhem. Now obviously Christian Bill. I agree. And that is essentially, that’s a big part of Dom’s life of

Sevan Matossian (20:56):

Christianity. So maybe he’s valued, he wants to be more work where he’s surrounded by people of those values

Matt Torres (21:03):

And I think everything, so he was offered a position over there and part of that offering was being

Sevan Matossian (21:13):

Able to work with poa?

Matt Torres (21:18):

No, but being able to work with their mission group over there, and so I was like, look, brute does not have that. We don’t offer that. That’s something that’s very tough to compete with. Dom’s exploring his options over there and seeing if it’s going to be a good fit.

Sevan Matossian (21:39):

Okay, good. Wow, you’re good. That’s nice, Mr. Torres. It’s so much nicer when you say it. As opposed to me and my friends just sitting around on texts just like, oh my God,

Matt Torres (21:50):

This motherfucker, I swear you would think he was back there. Now he’s over there. Fuck. Can’t trust him.

Sevan Matossian (21:56):

Yeah. Instead you’re like, yeah, we we’re very supportive. Everyone needs to grow. This is exciting times for everyone. And hey, is Emma traveling in Europe by herself?

Matt Torres (22:07):

No, she’s with her parents.

Sevan Matossian (22:09):

Oh, good. That makes me happy. Okay.

Matt Torres (22:11):

Yeah, she’s been in Iceland for the last week, I think, or week and a half

Sevan Matossian (22:17):

Training with those girls or just exploring waterfalls and tourist attractions.

Matt Torres (22:22):

I think it’s more so that they did, I think they flew into Iceland maybe of some sort of cruise that kind of went up the coast of it, and they let ’em off for a day or two over here and then came back on. I mean, if knowing her family, if they had an option to get time to get over there, I’m sure they jumped into the gym and if nothing else, bid an hour workout.

Sevan Matossian (22:51):

Carolyn Morris, this is good because this chick slaps me around sometimes when I get out of hand, this chick throws holy water around. I don’t know how she does it. I love the openness. It’s not even that he’s open, it’s just that he’s chill. He’s able to just express things in this way that lacks the drama and excitement of a car crash that I’m always kind of looking for. She’s just like, no, it’s good. Airbags deployed. Everything’s fine. We’re good.

Matt Torres (23:23):

What’s funny is when you asked me, I think last week or so to come on, I was like, man, I would want to, but I just would’ve been obnoxiously boring. It would’ve been just, it’s like bouncing a basketball and nothing’s changing. It’s just it’s going down. It’s coming back up. But

Sevan Matossian (23:42):

You’re great on the show. You’re a great guest. Never think you’re boring. Ask Matt how he gets paid. Do you prefer Venmo or Zella or do you prefer cash? Ask Matt how he gets paid. How he gets

Matt Torres (23:57):


Sevan Matossian (23:58):

Yeah. How do you like to get paid? You like to get paid with? I like cash

Matt Torres (24:02):

Direct deposit.

Sevan Matossian (24:04):

That’s always good. Thank you. That’s always

Matt Torres (24:05):

A good

Sevan Matossian (24:05):

Way my woman likes.

Matt Torres (24:08):

Yeah. Does anyone still get paid with checks? Is that still a biweekly thing? Is just like they receive checks,

Sevan Matossian (24:14):

Pull your check out of your purse and

Matt Torres (24:18):

Dude, when I see people paying for their groceries or checks, I’m just like, it brings me back to when I’m a kid and I’m just in that clerk line. I’m looking at my mom, balance her checkbook and write a check, and I see it now. I’m like, how are people still? Do you know that? I’ve

Sevan Matossian (24:35):

Seen one in forever. When’s the last time you’ve seen one? Well, my mom was still, my mom will still write me a check. I’ll get to my computer desk sometimes and there’ll be a check there. Ah, she’s been doing cash lately, but sometimes there’ll be a check there for like 500 bucks for your kids’, whatever lessons. I’m like, fuck yeah, mom. Fuck. Yeah.

Matt Torres (24:52):

I have the amount of times I’ve tried to explain to my parents at different apps to send money. It is the most frustrating thing, and they never pick up what I’m putting down. I’m like, look, you can use Zelle. You can use this app called Cash App. You can use Venmo. I’m like, look at these options. And they’re like, well, let me just write you this check. I’m like, okay, so I got to go to the bank now. Do I have time to be doing this? Half these banks, they don’t. It’s not even a full working bank. There’s one, maybe two people in there, and everything’s ATMs, the tough things in life.

Sevan Matossian (25:28):

I don’t know how to use Zelle or Venmo or those things either. And if someone does write me a check, my wife has this app on her phone, or she takes a picture of the check and then the money shows up in my account or my wife gives me something to play with. Give me a portion of it. Yes, here’s your play money. Go ahead. And then I don’t even know how to get it out. I don’t even have an a t M card anymore. Getting cash is hard for me. I have to sell something.

Matt Torres (25:52):

Yeah, I know what you mean.

Sevan Matossian (25:53):

You know what I mean? Sell old computer or a camera or something. And then I just put a big old stack of cash in my room somewhere. I try to keep it at five grand, to be honest, in es,

Matt Torres (26:04):

I picture you, you need a little bit of cash to take your wife out maybe for valet or something. So you’re looking around the house to put on

Sevan Matossian (26:11):

For valet? Exactly.

Matt Torres (26:12):

Facebook marketplace. And it’s like,

Sevan Matossian (26:16):

No, I have a guy, I have an Asian dude that I’ve been selling all my shit to for 10 years.

Matt Torres (26:22):

Like anything. He’s just buying anything from

Sevan Matossian (26:24):

You? Yeah, anything. If I need some cash or something, let’s say my envelope of cash hidden in my closet. No one go in there. I had to move it from my dresser to my closet of my kids and living with three little boys is living with three little criminals, three rats. So then if I need cash to fill that up, I just call this dude and I just send him pictures of what I have, and then he comes to my house

Matt Torres (26:51):

60 miles. What’s something in your office right now that you could sell for 20 to $50?

Sevan Matossian (26:58):

Oh, I only do big. I would sell, I have this a camera that I haven’t used, and some lenses it’s probably worth 15 grand that I’m always like, maybe I should sell. I haven’t used it in years. I got this one lens that’s worth 10,000 on eBay. Really? But he probably would only give me three grand for it, you know what I mean? So that’s the thing.

Matt Torres (27:19):

How much money are you making off of it? Sitting down on the desk?

Sevan Matossian (27:22):

Zero. But I think I’m cool, but I think I’m cool as shit. You know what I mean? It’s like street Horner got muscles. I got this fucking lens.

Matt Torres (27:31):

Yes. Yeah. I mean, look, I’m sure that lens helps you out in the bedroom with your wife too. I’m sure. She’s like,

Sevan Matossian (27:37):


Matt Torres (27:37):

Been walking past that lens all week, and I’ll tell you what,

Sevan Matossian (27:43):

More, I got a Hummer because I own that lens. Yeah. My wife doesn’t even give a fuck about that stuff. Wife doesn’t even require a shower.

Matt Torres (27:54):

That’s good, man.

Sevan Matossian (27:56):

Okay, so we have three or dLAN and fee. Do Dallen and Fee have plans to stay at Brute?

Matt Torres (28:05):

Yeah, so Brute is actually going to be moving up to Jacksonville, Florida.

Sevan Matossian (28:11):

Oh, shit.

Matt Torres (28:12):

Yeah, so it’s about five hours away legitimately from the furthest point south in Florida to about the furthest point north in Florida. And so d and I went up to go visit the spot, which is we’re going to be for the time being renting out a section of a gym that’s pretty big gym place called CrossFit tailwinds. The place is four times bigger than the place we have right now, so it’s going to help a lot of things. But our plan is to move up there in about December January time.

Sevan Matossian (28:46):

So I heard that Danielle was going to back to Justin Kotler, but the truth is she’s going to Jacksonville now. I see where the confusion Justin Kotler, Jacksonville. Okay. Easily. I heard she was going northwest, but not that far.

Matt Torres (29:06):

Yeah, easily Missable.

Sevan Matossian (29:08):


Matt Torres (29:09):


Sevan Matossian (29:11):

So she’s not moving back to Vegas to Vegas

Matt Torres (29:18):

To Vegas. No, I don’t think she was a fan of that city, to be honest with you.

Sevan Matossian (29:23):

Who is? I think everyone who lives in Vegas has compromised. You’ve compromised?

Matt Torres (29:30):

Yeah. I mean, haven’t been off a strip when I’ve been in there, and every time I go in there he give me like 48 hours and I’m sweating to get back home to something normal. So I’ve had a different experience than a lot of these people that live there. The athletes that’s trained there. I mean, I think Sarah said it’s

Sevan Matossian (29:51):

Worse for them if you’re not filthy Rich. Vegas sucks. Or a drug addict.

Matt Torres (29:57):


Sevan Matossian (29:58):

I mean those are the only two people have.

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