#459 – Devon Larrat

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Sevan Matossian (00:00):

You,

Devon Larrat (00:01):

Hey buddy,

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Look at you guys. Yeah, what’s up girl? What’s up Jody

Devon Larrat (00:05):

Sivan. It’s been so long since I laid eyes on you.

Sevan Matossian (00:09):

Here I am. And, and I was just gardening. So I’m a bit of a miss. Let me, let me,

Devon Larrat (00:13):

I love it. Yeah, yeah. Do the, here we go. Perfect.

Sevan Matossian (00:19):

Are you guys just edging? Because I don’t want you taking any testosterone off. The man are good. You guys are familiar with the term edging.

Devon Larrat (00:26):

I’m feeding him. I, I, I don’t know that term. I think I can figure it out though. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (00:29):

Yeah, yeah.

Devon Larrat (00:30):

I’ve heard it. I’m just feeding him more calories. Got M and MSS and nuts and pumpkin seeds.

Sevan Matossian (00:36):

I was, uh, I was interviewing, uh, Walter away from the UFC Dian weeks and he said three weeks before the fight. He only does edging.

Devon Larrat (00:43):

That’s a smart guy.

Sevan Matossian (00:44):

Yeah, just edging. Oh. Oh, I lost you. Oh, you got muted. Hold on. You got, I think I, and I can’t unmute you. You gotta unmute yourself.

Devon Larrat (00:54):

He did. That was seven. I think. Um, well we haven’t, we’ve been edging for like three years now, right? Oh my God. <laugh> such a baby. That’s why I’m so strong. Yeah. Three years of edging.

Sevan Matossian (01:10):

I, um, it’s the secret. It’s the first time it’s been revealed here on the Seon podcast. So what you guys are looking at is Devon Ette and, um, and, and Jody, uh, Ette his wife. And I believe they’re in an airport and they are lying down. And, and are you in, um, China?

Devon Larrat (01:28):

Yes, we are in China.

Sevan Matossian (01:31):

I can’t, I can’t believe you guys still have internet there. I’m tripping. Well,

Devon Larrat (01:35):

Be careful. I gonna get shut down any second.

Sevan Matossian (01:37):

<laugh>

Devon Larrat (01:38):

Second. Now you just heavily restricted shadow band. Your, your channel’s probably gonna be revoked now. Yeah. Due to this association.

Sevan Matossian (01:47):

Hey, check this out. So I was hanging out with a friend the other day, two friends who have one of them who, um, I spoke with you yesterday. Um, when you and I were talking on the phone, I was with them. And, uh, I don’t wanna say their names, but one of ’em has about a million Instagram followers. And the other one has like three or three, 4 million followers on YouTube. And the YouTube guy does not want, he loves me, but behind, behind my back, I hear he doesn’t wanna like, be seen with me at all zero. Right? Fuck. I don’t blame him. Cause he’s fucking Rich’s shit off his YouTube channel. And he don’t wanna be seen next to me at all.

Devon Larrat (02:23):

<laugh> no, it’s it’s bad. It’s um, like, uh, we went down to, uh, well, there’s been a couple things. We’ve had videos ripped down, uh, comments restricted. Um,

Sevan Matossian (02:39):

Why you’re not doing anything, you’re just, you’re just bending people’s arm around

Devon Larrat (02:43):

Wrong place, wrong time, couple times a live video without saying anything and just showing a vast number of people together, driving certain vehicles that are, you know, oh, wow. Very large.

Sevan Matossian (02:55):

Oh yeah. I did see, I did see you were holding some, uh, arm wrestling, like of like parties up in there. That was cool,

Devon Larrat (03:01):

Right? Yeah. And we had the, we had the videos just deleted with no broken community guidelines, nothing just gone. I had, um, my phone service turned off for about 24 hours just due to where I was. So yeah. Data turned off. Everything turned off.

Sevan Matossian (03:22):

What’s your phone? What? Your Instagram is your Instagram blackball too? I can’t pull it up.

Devon Larrat (03:25):

No, I think it’s still good. Somebody was telling me it was shadow band the other day, but I don’t believe it is.

Sevan Matossian (03:31):

Hey, tell me what it is. Cause I’m looking for it. It should. Soon as I pop in Devon, since I follow you, it should just pop up.

Devon Larrat (03:36):

Oh geez. Well see, somebody told me the other day that it was being Shadowman see. Well, you should stop talking to us right now. It’s over for you.

Sevan Matossian (03:44):

It can’t be more over than it already is.

Devon Larrat (03:47):

Well, I’m dev LA on Instagram. I think I’m dev LA. It still should pop up, but

Sevan Matossian (03:54):

V B E V

Devon Larrat (03:56):

L a R R a T T.

Sevan Matossian (03:59):

Yeah. Oh man. I have to type up the whole thing. Yeah, you got

Devon Larrat (04:02):

Problems for it. Oh man.

Sevan Matossian (04:04):

Yeah. You

Devon Larrat (04:04):

Got problems now, Deb, you are just trouble. Right? So I’m shadow banned. I’ve been I’m shadow banned by certain. I don’t know. A few people have told me lately that I’m shadow band. So,

Sevan Matossian (04:16):

Um,

Sevan Matossian (04:18):

For those of you who don’t know, uh, Devin and I have a, a pretty long, um, friendship, uh, when I was a young homeless man following arm, wrestlers around, I was, uh, blessed to meet Devin and stay friends with him. I went up to Canada and he let me in his life and Jody’s life and his family’s life. And we have a lot of mutual friends. And throughout the years, Devin has only gotten stronger and stronger and more prominent. And in the last year, uh, he fought, um, Thor. He stepped in last minute to fight Thor and um,

Devon Larrat (04:48):

Wouldn’t really call it a fight. But yeah. And then he took a few hits to the head from, uh, from Thor. He gave a couple, you gave a couple hits too. Uh, no, you did. Yeah. Did.

Sevan Matossian (04:58):

And, but I like, I liked your response. Your response was like I needed, I really was looking for like a permanent scar on the nose or

Devon Larrat (05:05):

Something. Yeah. I was a bit, I, I was, I kind of figured going in, it was not gonna go well. And I was a little bit disappointed that I didn’t have like a permanent like gash. Like who’s the guy who fights the mountain or the mountain hound hound had a pretty good scar. That’s his brother, by the way, I was looking brother, I was looking for a hound scar or something, but

Sevan Matossian (05:31):

Had you guys really got the beauty and the beast thing going right now, by the way, with this look

Devon Larrat (05:35):

Devin. You’re so beautiful. Yeah, I know.

Sevan Matossian (05:38):

<laugh> not exactly.

Devon Larrat (05:40):

So you got a great personality <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (05:43):

Um, and now, and now, um, tell me about this guy. So you’re, are you flying right now? And are you on the way for your June 25th matchup? It’s June 18th and I’ve heard on June 25th, you’re going to face another enormous, enormous man.

Devon Larrat (05:57):

This is it. Yep. So we’re on our way to Dubai for king of the table four. And this is a big one because, uh, Levon Sagus Philly is considered by, by, by quite a margin, the number one guy on the planet. And I’m like the number one guy right now in north America. So this will completely, without a doubt, leave no questions as who the greatest on earth is right now in arm wrestling. And, uh, you know, I’m bringing the legacy hammers, so there will be that as well. So yeah, it’s a big match. It’s a big match for, for our sport.

Sevan Matossian (06:37):

Um, who do you know? Who’s pulled him?

Devon Larrat (06:40):

Uh, well, you know, Dave Chaffy.

Sevan Matossian (06:42):

Yep. Yep.

Devon Larrat (06:43):

Didn’t go well.

Sevan Matossian (06:45):

No. Okay.

Devon Larrat (06:45):

Didn’t go well for Dave done a pretty well for Levon. Didn’t go well, uh, he’s mostly been on the other side of the pond and everybody he’s just been destroying, like he’s six zeroing, everybody. The guy is huge. He’s like 415 pounds.

Sevan Matossian (07:03):

Wow. Like

Devon Larrat (07:04):

Arm wrestling, specialized athlete and shorter than Devin. Not by much. Um, great big like joints on him. Like I think he has like a 10 or 11 inch wrist

Sevan Matossian (07:16):

And his what’s normal wrist. What’s a normal wrist.

Devon Larrat (07:18):

Oh, probably like seven.

Sevan Matossian (07:20):

Okay.

Devon Larrat (07:22):

Um, and like would let his, uh, his lifts are completely crazy. Like, uh, I think he did like a 300 pound partial curl with one hand. He’s doing like wrist curls with like a hundred kilos. I think he did like a 90 kilogram half curl for like three reps with one arm. Like it’s really, he’s, he’s otherworldly strong. So that’s how he makes Dave look little. Yeah. That’s the thing. I mean, you know, Dave Chaffy right. Davey’s the little dude, those are different.

Sevan Matossian (08:01):

What, what is the plan? Is there a, so excuse my ignorance. And let me try to explain this to people who are just watching, but, um, there’s basically lanes, right? You gotta think of arm wrestling maybe for, for a simple mind. Like mine is, there’s a bunch of different lanes you could travel in and, um, and the smarter, the, the smarter and more versatile arm wrestler you are, the more lanes you have. Do you know his, if you, if bear with my, my stupidity, but using my model, do you know what lane he wants to be in and do keep him, do you keep him out of that lane? Like, what’s the plan of attack, help, help us simpletons understand what what’s gonna happen here.

Devon Larrat (08:42):

Uh, so I’ll say right away that, um, he’s versatile. He

Sevan Matossian (08:47):

Is,

Devon Larrat (08:47):

And yeah, he is, he, he can do a couple things really. Like he actually, he’s quite a well rounded arm wrestler. He’s not, um, I’ll say rounded by like, uh, he’s rounded in the way that like arm wrestling, purists, like to be rounded. So like, you know, all the like fundamental moves of arm wrestling, he’s really, really good. Um, me

Sevan Matossian (09:11):

Top role hook.

Devon Larrat (09:14):

Yeah. He can press, he can top roll. He can hook. Okay. Those are, those are the main three, you know, techniques. And you can like, you know, add like, you know, more descriptions, like what

Sevan Matossian (09:24):

Is the press the same as the shoulder roll. You come in like this. Yeah. And okay. Okay.

Devon Larrat (09:28):

That’s right. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So, so he does all three, um, very well. Um, I’d say he’s, he’s a top roller, you know, predominantly, but, uh, you see him do a lot of different stuff, but his main thing is he is just overwhelmingly strong and, um, but you know, he’s, he’s shown glimpses, not even glimpses. I mean, he’s, he’s an ex the guy’s the guy’s in the right spot. I mean, he is a super bad dude, super, super incredible arm, wrestler technical beyond stupidly strong. Um, yeah. And then there’s little old me, you know, uh, now I’m probably, well, not probably I’d, I’d comfortably say that I’m even more versatile than he is. Um, I, I’m not as strong, but I can keep a pace hopefully, hopefully better than he can. So I think that, uh, if it comes down to arm wrestling, I think I can win the match. So I’m just looking to, uh, you know, get in a fight with them. And, uh,

Sevan Matossian (10:39):

What do you mean? What do you mean by that? If it comes down to arm wrestling, what else could it come down to?

Devon Larrat (10:43):

Well, what I mean is like, so when a match starts, like when, you know, you, you negotiate your grip and the referee says, go, typically what’s gonna happen is the athletes are gonna commit really, really hard to like, um, a move. Okay. So that’s a whole bunch of forces that they’re gonna decide to, you know, pick and they’re gonna, and they’re gonna apply ’em full blast. And, you know, he might choose option a, I might choose option B. And what happens then is yeah. Either win or there’s a stop. And, and when there’s a stop, then typically there’s adjustments and you know, like the OOD loop.

Sevan Matossian (11:38):

Yeah. Yep.

Devon Larrat (11:39):

Right. So that Tel loop kicks in and, uh, it’s, whoever can make those decisions better, more accurately across, you know, broader domains and a whole bunch of things. And it’s, it really starts to grow very quickly, like the attributes that are brought into it. And so that’s what I call like arm wrestling. Like, I mean, it’s, it’s all arm wrestling, but you know, once the like decision process and the adjustment and a stop match come in, I think that that’s where I’m really gonna Excel. So, so the

Sevan Matossian (12:09):

Longer the match goes, you do better. You wanna collect data. You wanna know if he’s gonna back pressure, if he’s just gonna slam to the side and every time you start figuring out how many moves ahead he’s working, you’ll start moving that many moves ahead ahead of him.

Devon Larrat (12:21):

I, I think typically

Sevan Matossian (12:23):

Encountering

Devon Larrat (12:24):

Typically that’s, that’s where I do well. Yeah. Like, uh, typically the longer things go on, um, I’ll typically do better. Um, I mean, there’s, there’s always exceptions, right. Uh, but I, I feel as though the most likely outcome is if it’s short, he’s the favorite, if it’s long, I’m the favorite?

Sevan Matossian (12:47):

Um, what do we know about this guy’s endurance? I know, I know. It’s, it’s something you’ve been notorious for. Yeah. And has with all this, um, strength you’ve put on, um, is your endurance waning at all?

Devon Larrat (12:59):

Uh <laugh> well, you know, or just a come on, disgusting strength and endurance, you know, they’re, they’re, they’re together, you know, like say your top speed is a hundred miles an hour. Say you can go 60 miles an hour, all day long. Uh, the 60 miles an hour, doesn’t really matter. Like you have to have the, the strength must be similar. So strength and arm wrestling is always kind of a priority training for endurance. Isn’t normally a high priority among arm wrestlers. A lot of people think I train endurance, but I, I mean, I do a bit, but mostly everything I do is in the goals to gain strength. Um,

Sevan Matossian (13:48):

Do you think the endurance is just a byproduct of all the years of training?

Devon Larrat (13:52):

Yeah. A lot of people get confused with the difference between endurance and efficiency. Like a lot of arm wrestling is about efficiency. Like if you can arm wrestle better, you’re, you’re gonna have better endurance. Like if you try and do things really sloppy, you’re gonna burn out really quick. Um, so there’s arm wrestling the right way and there’s conditioning, but, um, Levon is a professional arm wrestler. Okay. So I, I don’t ever like to think the worst thing I think I can ever do is think poorly of my opponent when it comes to their skills at the table. And I have no reason why I should with Levon. He shows excellent physical conditioning that, but the only issue is he’ 415 pounds. I have to assume. I have to hope that his endurance is worse than mine. I have to hope

Sevan Matossian (14:51):

God. He’s a bear. How old? Old is? How old is this kid?

Devon Larrat (14:55):

I think he’s 33. 33 or 34. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (14:58):

And how old are you? Have you crossed over 40 yet? Devin.

Devon Larrat (15:01):

Oh my God. I’m 47 Devin. Yeah, yeah, yeah. You done,

Sevan Matossian (15:06):

You, you done turn a man

Devon Larrat (15:09):

47 in shadow band.

Sevan Matossian (15:11):

Yeah.

Devon Larrat (15:12):

<laugh>

Sevan Matossian (15:13):

Um, oh

Devon Larrat (15:17):

God, I don’t wanna, yeah, it’s a big one.

Sevan Matossian (15:18):

I don’t wanna ask this, but I’m gonna ask it anyway. Are, are you gonna win? Do you, are you going there to win?

Devon Larrat (15:22):

I’m totally going there to win. Uh, I have Sivan. I’ve always been crazy about arm wrestling. I think, you know that I’ve been so crazy. I’ve been so dialed in like, uh, Jody’s been nice enough to really, to let me rest a lot. Uh, the last, the last, like, I mean the last probably I’ve seen this match coming for a long time. So my preparation, this is the best I’ve ever prepared in my entire life. My health is perfect for arm wrestling Hmm. For arm wrestling. My health is perfect. My strength has never been this high. I’ve never been this healthy really. That’s, that’s a huge thing in arm wrestling. I can do all my movements. I can flow. Uh, my conditioning is outstanding at the table. I I’m going there to try and win. I, I know that it’s a massive feat and it will mean that, you know, so I was considered world champ when I beat John in 2008. And this will mean basically, you know, you know, is it 15 years later? Basically 15 years later I will have reclaimed the number one title. Um, so it’s, it’s a really nice opportunity for me. Um, huge match for my career. The last, the last month, the last month, I’d say I have been eating, sleeping and training and almost nothing else. Almost nothing like nothing in my life. Like if I’m not eating or training I’m in bed. Um, so I’m super, I’m super focused right now.

Sevan Matossian (17:02):

Was John easy.

Devon Larrat (17:04):

The last time I pulled him.

Sevan Matossian (17:06):

Yeah.

Devon Larrat (17:08):

Um, I never like to say John zinc’s easy. Um, it’s John. So

Sevan Matossian (17:17):

If let’s change his name, that last guy you pulled, um, Mark Schmidt, was he easy?

Devon Larrat (17:23):

Devin’s on another level. He’s really in the last, you know, last, maybe year, maybe a little bit around that time. He’s really changed, uh, a whole in a whole significant way. He’s leveled up for sure. From a lot of these guys that are and have been at the top for a long time. It’s not the same match, the same match up round one with John was interesting. I have so much respect for John and I played it very carefully because you ne I never know with that guy, what he’s capable of doing. So I, I kind of played it a bit safe and, and round one was, uh, round one was a really nice match, I thought. Um, but then after that, there was nothing left. I, I kind of bled him out in round one and, but John’s doing really well. I John’s just awesome to have back in the sport. Like when he left for those few years, he was really missed. He’s kicking ass, man. He came back and I’m the only guy who’s beat him. Like he’s on a rampage.

Sevan Matossian (18:28):

Yeah. I heard he is on a rampage. I, I stopped kind of paying attention after you, after you, you guys had your match and oh yeah. And people have been telling me he’s on a terror.

Devon Larrat (18:37):

Oh, he, he hasn’t lost. He hasn’t lost. I’m the only guy who’s beat him. He’s he’s going, he went, he’s gone across north America. Um, he’s gone across Europe now and now he’s getting to a place where he’s back. You know, he’s got some really tough matches ahead of him. Um,

Sevan Matossian (18:55):

How long before he forgets, um, about his loss to you and, and wants to fuck with you again?

Devon Larrat (18:59):

I, he probably has already

Sevan Matossian (19:01):

Damn.

Devon Larrat (19:02):

Yeah. He probably has forgotten. Is

Sevan Matossian (19:05):

Levi scared? Is Levon scared? Is he nervous right now? Is he chill? I

Devon Larrat (19:09):

Don’t think, I don’t think so. I don’t think he is. Um, I think that he’s pretty chill. I think, I mean, look it like Sivan. How much do you weigh?

Sevan Matossian (19:19):

160 pounds.

Devon Larrat (19:20):

Okay. So it’s kind of like, if you were arm wrestling, a dude who, so it’s, it’s one third, right? So three. Yeah. It’s less. It’s it’s, it’s less. So it’s like a six, six or something, right? Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (19:32):

So

Devon Larrat (19:33):

Kilos, I dunno. It’s like, it’s like, uh, so if you’re one 60, it’s probably like you’re arm wrestling a guy who’s like one 10.

Sevan Matossian (19:41):

I’d fuck him up.

Devon Larrat (19:43):

Right.

Sevan Matossian (19:43):

I would fuck him up. And I would take his wife in his family. I would, I’d take his car, his lunch one.

Devon Larrat (19:48):

There’s no hundred 10 pound, dude. Who’s doing anything with you, right?

Sevan Matossian (19:51):

No, no. He can carry my fucking bag of condoms

Devon Larrat (19:54):

So that you don’t, you don’t wear condoms.

Sevan Matossian (19:56):

I do. I do. I do. I do. Okay. I’m I’m from the eighties. I’m I have aids face. I still have aids sphere. I’m damaged. I’m damaged. I drink COVID for breakfast. I drink a gallon of COVID, but I’m still scared of aids every day. Scared of FAU. Cheese’s last fucking prank.

Devon Larrat (20:10):

Hey, didn’t he just get it

Sevan Matossian (20:12):

Aids. I hope so. No, no, I’m just joking. I hope he didn’t. Yeah. Yeah. He got it. That motherfucker’s the best eighties. He’s the best in shape. 82 year old man, alive

Devon Larrat (20:21):

82 or

Sevan Matossian (20:21):

Whatever he is. Yeah.

Devon Larrat (20:23):

Wow. That’s

Sevan Matossian (20:24):

Awesome. He’s handsome fit and dumb. It’s fucking, he’s got two of the three.

Devon Larrat (20:28):

Yeah. Well, I know dumbs a pretty good quality to have sometimes too putting what you’re looking for. Yep.

Sevan Matossian (20:33):

You don’t think he’s intimidated at all. Let me ask you this. Who’s this, who’s the, if you guys are the two best in arm wrestling, who’s the third best.

Devon Larrat (20:43):

Um, so that’s, it’s really been shaking up quite a lot lately. Like there’s been a lot of movement. Um, so if, if it hadn’t been for this Siberian pro show that happened a couple weeks, it would’ve been an easy answer for me. I would’ve said vitality. Latton okay. He’s that big six, nine foot, uh, ice road trucker. He’s like a giant, he’s been arm wrestling since he was like a, a baby. And then he grew into this, you know, Siberian giant. Um, but he just got beat by this guy, Dimitri Sali. Who’s also awesome. But you know, I didn’t think he was on that level, but, uh, there’s, there’s a bunch of guys who are really doing well. There’s, there’s a, a new guy, Alex. Kocha Dave. Chaffey’s doing really well. Um,

Sevan Matossian (21:27):

Have you pulled this, um, uh, Sali or this, uh, or the guy who just lost to him

Devon Larrat (21:33):

Vital. So Vitali lain and I messed around at a ate before. Like I it’s, when I got fucking destroyed by Dennis, we kind of messed around on a side table and yeah, vitality is frighteningly strong. He’s very impressive. I would’ve said vitality. Um, and I still believe that there’s a good chance that it might be vitality and he just had a bad day. But, but that spot is really turbulent. Like Gati, Venia from George is doing really well. Um, Imis gas is doing really well. There’s a, there’s a handful of, and everybody’s kind of winning and losing. So it’s, it’s a bit murky. Like, it’s, it kind of seems like there’s Levon and then there’s kind of a good pool of people. Yeah. And you see like Levon is, is, is quite, I mean, he’s beating all these guys fairly, fairly convincingly. I mean, not even fairly convincingly, like pretty much murderously, but the way I see it, like with Levon is I think, I like to believe I’m a little bit like the iceberg and the Titanic story.

Sevan Matossian (22:42):

Ah, ah, I like it. Yes.

Devon Larrat (22:45):

That’s the way I kinda see it. Like, uh, you know, he is probably, I mean, he knows who I am clearly. I mean, but at the same time, he probably has got to be fairly confident, but the same time, you know, he’s also gotta know that if I crack that hu he’s sinking. Like if I, if I stop <laugh>, you know, he’s, he’s in big trouble. I think he’s intimidated by Devin. I think that’s, I think

Sevan Matossian (23:13):

He is too. I think he is

Devon Larrat (23:14):

Too. He stopped playing. He stopped talking. He won’t do anything on social media. He won’t make, do any interviews he’s supposed to do. He won’t play at all. It’s not very nice if he won’t, who’s gonna play with, you got nobody to play up. There’s pretty,

Sevan Matossian (23:33):

What’s the format look like

Devon Larrat (23:37):

Six rounds. It’s basically w a L rules on a w a F table. We have 30 seconds to negotiate a grip. If, if it doesn’t work, they put us in the straps and we proceed to a set grip.

Sevan Matossian (23:56):

Is that who do the strap, some do the straps, uh, benefit you or him

Devon Larrat (24:01):

Hard to say? I, I think that, uh, straps is just a safe way. Straps is a safe way to, uh, ensure that a match kind of gets started. Um, I spend a lot of time arm resting in a strap. And I mean, I don’t, I don’t think he has a problem in a strap either. I think it’s it’s, in my opinion, if you’re gonna be professional arm wrestling, anticipate the match to start in a strap one way or another. Nobody, nobody should ever be getting pinned outside of a strap. That’s the way I see it. Like a slip should happen beforehand. And as far as I’m concerned, all slips should go to straps. Cause nobody wants to see fouls. So, so we’ve got about two minutes left until we have to board. So get your good question in,

Sevan Matossian (24:52):

Will you get a small Chub? If you feel his hand, if his hand cracks back.

Devon Larrat (24:57):

Yes, I will. My mind I’m telling you if I, if I, if I beat him, yeah. This three years of edging is gonna turn into an explosion right

Sevan Matossian (25:13):

There. You can turn him into the snowman right before our eyes.

Devon Larrat (25:16):

I’m telling you like, it’s like, uh, do you remember like Ghostbusters?

Sevan Matossian (25:22):

Yes. Yes. Yes.

Devon Larrat (25:24):

Remember when they blew up the marshmallow man?

Sevan Matossian (25:26):

Yes. Yes. Very

Devon Larrat (25:27):

That’s very, that’s all of Dubai.

Sevan Matossian (25:29):

It’s Ahoo

Devon Larrat (25:30):

Very hot and sticky is what’s gonna happen. It’s a beautiful picture. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (25:35):

Um, Mrs. And Mr. Ette, Jody and Devon. Thank you so much. Uh, have a safe trip. Um, we’ll be watching. Oh, how do we watch? How do we watch?

Devon Larrat (25:44):

Yeah, go to core sports,

Sevan Matossian (25:46):

Core sports.

Devon Larrat (25:47):

Yeah. Either go to their website or, um, go to their Instagram. The link is there. Okay. Click on the click, click on the link. Follow the it’s. It’s sad. Hold on. Every single one of Devin’s YouTube videos description. All my YouTube videos. Yeah. Descriptions sports

Sevan Matossian (26:04):

World. Okay. And here is their, uh, this is their Instagram. These guys here.

Devon Larrat (26:09):

Those are the guys. See at the very top there the link.

Sevan Matossian (26:12):

Yes.

Devon Larrat (26:13):

There you go. Yeah. That should be the one. Yeah. Good times man.

Sevan Matossian (26:20):

And, and, and it’s in Dubai.

Devon Larrat (26:22):

It is.

Sevan Matossian (26:22):

And you’re going there now, as we talk to you, that’s where you’re going.

Devon Larrat (26:25):

Yep. Levon, sorry. Levon, Levon. Ivon do you remember, do you remember when we did that thing on specialization?

Sevan Matossian (26:34):

When I came out, when we filmed?

Devon Larrat (26:36):

Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (26:37):

I think so.

Devon Larrat (26:39):

You would be so shocked how far I’ve taken specialization. Now you’d be so fucked, dude. It’s I just work out my one hand. That’s it one arm for two years. Two and a half years. Nothing else. Just my right hand. That’s all I train. Right? Um,

Sevan Matossian (26:55):

Well what about this match? You have coming up in a year. That’s left handed against, um, Travis.

Devon Larrat (27:01):

I don’t need to trick Travis. Is it Travis? I’ll be Travis lefthand. Travis

Sevan Matossian (27:05):

<laugh>.

Devon Larrat (27:06):

Travis is the most washed up athlete that has ever existed in spring. You hear that? Travis I’ll fucking beat you. Lefthand. Only thing

Sevan Matossian (27:16):

You won’t even have to edge. You won’t even have to edge to beat Travis.

Devon Larrat (27:19):

No. Yeah. I’d be fucking marshmallow Manon for like three weeks beforehand. Travis is terrible. He’s he’s, he’s a complete joke that guy,

Sevan Matossian (27:30):

You don’t have to train for the next year, your left hand and he better train his ass off and you still win.

Devon Larrat (27:35):

It doesn’t matter.

Sevan Matossian (27:36):

It doesn’t matter.

Devon Larrat (27:37):

Not with Travis, not anymore. No

Sevan Matossian (27:40):

Dev lore on the next level, June 25th core sports. Love you, buddy. And, um, and, and I’ll see you guys soon, all the.

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