Sevan Matossian (00:00):
Oh, cool. Oh shit. Caleb, you’re growing some hair. Bam. Caleb has hair
Sevan Matossian (00:08):
Just like that.
Caleb Beaver (00:09):
Just a little bit.
Sevan Matossian (00:12):
Uh, can I’m, I’m a save a fasting for next week. Possibly have a weigh in on the 31st of all, this weigh in for what, what are you doing? What are you doing? What are you weighing in for? Where are you? Blade you at the gym?
Nah, this is my garage.
Sevan Matossian (00:28):
Oh, that’s nice.
My daughter has a, had a well built fort and that was where I was in last time was her playroom. I ain’t feel like I ain’t, I ain’t have it in me to break it down.
Sevan Matossian (00:40):
Uh, how do you feel about the forts? Uh, for, uh, God, I have a love hate relationship with the forts
Sevan Matossian (00:47):
Have a love my, my boys build a fort and then take all their toys and then dump them out in the fort. And it’s like, Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (00:55):
It’s like they wanna move their bedroom into the fort. I’m like, Dude.
Yeah. Yes. It, they do try to kind of finesse it into being a little bit longer and longer and longer into something. Um, I, I like it just cuz of the little engineering aspect.
Sevan Matossian (01:12):
Like, man, she built like this fucking bridge at a Jenga blocks, um, like that was put, put together two benches. I was like, dang, I took a picture and everything. I was very proud of it. So when she, when she wants to do little stuff like that, you know, pretty much anything that’s not a iPad or a phone or the tv.
Sevan Matossian (01:34):
Yes, I hear you.
Uh, I, I do, I do roll my eyes though cuz she’ll try to keep the fort up for a couple days, but she just built this down for it last night and so I’m like, okay. Yeah, yeah. I’ll give you this one. I’ll give you this one.
Sevan Matossian (01:48):
Oh, shoot. Was I supposed to email this to you?
You were, but look, I emailed it to myself.
Sevan Matossian (01:54):
I just got Oh, you a man. Sorry.
Emailed it to myself, <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (01:56):
I’m not, I’m not gonna joke, I was dilly dowing around, uh, this morning. I, um, someone sent me a link to, um, the Candace Owens Instagram account.
Sevan Matossian (02:07):
And then I just got lost in there. Hey, it’s so, it was so, so disrespectful. I, I, I seriously apologize. I’m, I am a jackass for doing that.
<laugh>. It’s all good, bro.
Sevan Matossian (02:17):
So originally I had sent you this video for us to do a breakdown on and, um, in the, in the original version, I just sent it in a text, Caleb the lady, you could actually see that the lady was naked
Sevan Matossian (02:35):
And since then, I can’t find that video anymore. They got her all blurred out.
What’s, what’s weird, I can’t find the video. Like,
Sevan Matossian (02:44):
I can’t find our whole thread. I think I fucked it up because I got a new phone and I switched Apple IDs because my iCloud was full on one. So I started a new Apple id and it, it’s, it’s completely screwed up my shit.
But I don’t think that would mess up my end. Like
Sevan Matossian (02:57):
That’s the way I know
If I hadn’t looked at it myself Yeah. I would’ve thought, man, some of bullshit. He didn’t send me no damn <laugh>. Right. He sent me damn video. Right. But I, I synced it. Yes. And, but oh, well,
Sevan Matossian (03:11):
It does, it does make it more like, like you can use your imagination when something’s blurred out, but when it’s not blurred, you’re like, it makes it more, Whoa. Is this happening right now?
Sevan Matossian (03:24):
Uh, there, there’s a, there there is a, a shit load going on in this video. Um, Should I run it Caleb or do you wanna run it?
Caleb Beaver (03:37):
I can run
Sevan Matossian (03:38):
Um, I’m gonna tell you first I just wanna tell you, we’ll watch the video first you guys, and I’m not gonna tell you what I see so that you guys can have an unbiased view and, um, but, but the one thing that I need to tell you is that the lady who’s blurred out, I think she does have clothes on, I think she has a pair of shorts on, but they’re pulled down past her butt and her vagina, and then she’s completely naked on the top as I remember. So that’s the one thing that Blade and I saw originally that you’re not gonna get to see, um, in this video. Okay. Uh,
Action. Oh, and for, oh, so, so, so sorry. One more thing. Just so you guys, uh, no. So I, um, have, uh, over the last, uh, I don’t know, year, uh, befriended blade, uh, first through a mutual friend and Instagram, and then we exchanged phone numbers and then I think we FaceTimed a few times. And so we’ve built this friendship and then I saw a video last week and I said, Hey, do you wanna come on and talk about it? And he said, Absolutely. And then like from the heavens, within 24 hours of us getting off the, uh, call, I got another video and I was like, Oh, shit. Bla and I gotta talk about this one too. <laugh>. This is, this is crazy. And, and I actually think that this, this is doing a service because, um, Blade is a very tempered, uh, man of, of, of high moral values and ethics. And I am a, uh, at by any means fucking keep anyone dangerous away from my kids. And so he, he, he talks a little bit of sense into me. So I think it’s a good, uh, service, um, for you guys to see. Okay. Action. Oh, oh, and I don’t know what city, Sorry, one more thing. I don’t know what city this is.
C p d, Chicago Police Department.
Sevan Matossian (05:29):
Chicago. Okay. Yeah.
That’s when I looked up when I found this version.
Sevan Matossian (05:34):
Speaker 5 (06:21):
I’m don’t eat. Oh. [inaudible] You all right? Yeah. Hot. You right.
Sevan Matossian (06:38):
So, uh, what I see is she’s even barefoot. What I see is somehow this cop has stopped in the middle of a four-way, um, intersection that has a stoplight in what’s a, looks, looks like a suburb, pretty busy active intersection. Um, single lane, back and forth. It looks like it’s a residential area, the kind of place where like, there might be like, I don’t know, stores on the bottom, like little markets and stuff. Um, and a overweight, uh, police officer who’s older, uh, maybe he’s 60, wearing a bulletproof vest, I’m guessing. Um, he gets out of his car to talk to someone, probably to clear her out of the intersection. We’ll hear Blaze take a second, and somehow he gets on the wrong side of his car. Uh, wrong side of the door. She, she’s, she’s right adjacent to the door. She opens the car door and she gets in the car and he yells at her handful of times, get the fuck out of the car. Uh, but she still gets in while he’s holding her arm. And, uh, she drives off in reverse in how he doesn’t get killed is beyond me. He gets knocked down and he can’t even get up. And his life is immediately in danger because now the car, she, if, if she would’ve turned the steering wheel to the left, she could’ve just run him over and then, uh, by bystanders run out into the street, uh, to, to tend to him.
I mean, look at that pause right there. Look at that, that part is scary right there, right? Where she’s like, now she’s there, she’s now 15 feet, she’s now in the car control of this vehicle. 15 feet pointed almost directly at him. All, all she has to do is swerve to the left and he’s a speed bump. Uh, my immediate feeling is, is that he should have like, maybe grabbed her by the hair, uh, and just immediately yanked her out of the car. Or he should have escalated it super quickly. And the reason why is for me getting into a crazy person, getting into a car and, and I say she’s crazy because she’s fighting with a cop. I think anyone fighting with a cop is you have to kind of assume that they’re crazy and she’s naked and she, uh, um, she’s stealing a cop car. That’s pretty insane. But I, I have to say that a car is equal to taking the gun from a police officer and there’s clearly bystanders everywhere. So at that point, if you’re trying to protect the public, it’s, it turns into a Malcolm X situation by any means necessary.
Well, and, um, one thing about your take, I’d like to add, So you said once she started getting in the car, he should have escalated it quickly. And I I agree with that. There’s actually a term for that. Um, might not be verbatim out what I’m about to say, but it’s like swift violent action just to, to avoid further conflict. Like,
Sevan Matossian (09:37):
She opened the car door and he should have just exploded on her.
Yeah. So, so, you know, he’s trying to be calm, talking on the radio, talking to her at the same time, multitask. And he’s probably a, probably a, a 15 out of a hundred. Oh yeah. She’s, she’s approached me prob as she starts walking towards, I’m probably elevates to like a a 40, but she’s not, she’s not posturing or anything.
Sevan Matossian (09:57):
Yeah, She’s super calm. She’s super calm.
Ex. Exactly. Well, once, once. And he <laugh> we’ll go on this one, whether you watch the video, but he clearly doesn’t want touch her. Right. You know, <laugh>, she like, Oh, because
Sevan Matossian (10:10):
She got, she got her breasts are like fully exposed exposed and her vagina, and her and her and her butt are fully exposed. And she’s a woman,
Right? And, and, uh, we don’t, I I could almost, there’s a saying, I can smell that picture. Like when you look at a certain picture, like I, I could almost smell the video. And what,
Sevan Matossian (10:30):
What, what do you mean? She, she has alcohol on her breath and Yeah. And you can see the gaze in her eyes and
Exactly like there’s some, there’s some kind of something on board, whether it’s she had showered in so long, you don’t know how long she’d been out and about, like mustiness, the alcohol, whatever the, the breath as she gets closer, things like
Sevan Matossian (10:49):
That. The mental illness for maybe the, the meds she’s on, her breath and her mouth are all fucked up and dry and Yep.
And then, and then the part where she, where it’s clear what she’s trying to do with the, with the car, that’s when you go from whatever number you were at, 10, 20, 30 to a, to not a hundred probably, cuz that’s, that’s skull busting on the ground. But to the instant action, you know, 80, 90 to let her know, Hey, I’m here, we’re done playing this game. That, that, that’s a
Sevan Matossian (11:16):
Wrap. And blade. How about the situational awareness when he grabs her? Can we look one more time, Caleb? He grabs her through the car window, which puts him at a significant, uh, disadvantage. He needed to get that arm around the car door. Right now she, I mean, well, okay, let’s even go back further. How about right here? How about right here? I showed this to uh, uh, another police officer last night who was at my house watching the fights. And he says he has a policy that every time he gets out of his car, you take your keys out, you never leave your key in the car. And he says when he sees rookies, when he sees rookies address someone, uh, who, who, um, get, uh, who leave their keys in the car, he’ll sneak over there and when they’re not paying attention, he’ll drive away in their car <laugh>. And then he’ll call them on the private radio channel. He’ll wait till they turn around and see their car’s missing. And then he’ll call them on the private radio channel and be like, let the person go, give them a verbal warning and walk back to blocks where I’m parked. And he says he just scolds the shit out of him.
<laugh> so <laugh>,
Sevan Matossian (12:20):
It’s good, right? I’m
Just, I’m just going through trying to live the oh shit feeling when they don’t know that he took it and they go back to their car to get their site book or whatever it may be. Or if they did give the person a warning and they turn and see, woo, that yeah, that’s something. But, uh,
Sevan Matossian (12:41):
<laugh>, what about taking the keys outta the car every time you stop? Is that, is that good policy? Because I guess on the other hand is if you need to take off quickly, you lose a few seconds having to find your keys and start the car again.
Right? So I, I’d imagine that, So a lot of policies nowadays they’re preventative, but I, but, but a lot of policies were probably written originally because something happened. I’d always like to wonder like what, what laws or what policies or what rules were put into place to be preventative and which ones are reactive. And that sounds like possibly a reactive one where like somebody’s car got yanked,
Sevan Matossian (13:21):
Like this one, like this, like after this Chicago PD puts out a, a, a statement to all their
Officers. No, you know what this is, um, I’m not, I don’t work for the company or I don’t even know, I don’t remember who sells it, but there’s something called secure idle that we have and, and we showed our sergeant showed videos like this to get it in our cars. You turn, you could turn your thing, turn the keys off, all that, and then the car’s still on even though your keys are on. A lot of canine cars have them. Like if somebody’s a kine and their car’s kind of newer, Oh, hold on one second.
Sevan Matossian (13:54):
Oh, you should have paid your electricity.
No. So <laugh> this, this lights like a motion sensor.
Sevan Matossian (14:01):
I have a SUV parked right here in front of it. So like every 25, 30 minutes I’ll just get up and wave real quick.
Sevan Matossian (14:08):
We’ll know when the show’s running too long when the lights go off three times
<laugh>. Yeah. But, uh, but yeah, so Secure Idol is what we do. But, or for me, my car doesn’t have secure idle. I have a little carabiner that I keep on my tack vest right here. And so I get out and just leaves the keys in the car and it running, but it’s like, it’s like clockwork when I get out the car, boom parking brake lock and I’ll even hit it twice and then close the, close the door. So then when I come back I just unlock it real quick with my spare key.
Sevan Matossian (14:39):
Oh, with your spare, Okay. So your
Keys. Yeah. Yeah, keys. Yeah, exactly. I have a, I have a spare key, um, on a carabiner on my vest. And then, uh, my regular keys that have the keys to all the lockers and the, the sales and all that stuff like
Sevan Matossian (14:52):
That, which is the same thing, gives you the same effect of taking your key out of the car.
Yeah, it, some people do, they’ll just leave it in the car unlocked and hope not to get your car yanked.
Caleb Beaver (15:03):
Does it take forever for like, the computers in your car to food up? Cause I’ve heard that because maybe because the computer or the car is too old, they don’t shut off their car. Cause it takes forever to turn back this, turn the system back on
In, in the older cars, definitely. Okay. Or depending on the weather, you know, you don’t wanna turn your car off if it’s too hot. And so you put your AC on and you point the things to the back of the computer so it does it overheat and blast out on you. But yeah, that, that’s definitely a factor as well. But yeah, I, I would say some people, you know, some people just leave their shit unlocked, leave it on and never got in their car stolen and then until they do, I guess. And then that, and then that’s a wrap. So yes, a secure idol or locking your stuff in,
Sevan Matossian (15:49):
Uh, blade. But, uh, there’s a lot to break down here. But let’s address what Jessica Valens Willis said, and I think I I, I put a lot of blame on what’s happened to the villainization of police officers, uh, in the last, uh, two years to what she’s about to say. I wanna say something. There’s, there’s a viral video going around right now where, um, uh, Dana White is saying that he only had 10 years to live and he saw this, this guy and this guy completely changed his lifestyle and Dana lost 30 pounds and his skin color came back. You know, he’s not red anymore, he’s white now. And, um, recently this guy’s come out and said something that I’ve said a thousand times on this show that the third leading cause of death in the United States is medical error. And I use that word error very loosely, is it’s medical, maybe it’s negligence, medical, uh, um, whatever you wanna put in there.
Um, my point being is, is that this entire movement that was to villainize cops, I felt like the big statistic that they were using was, is that 12 unarmed, um, men with melanated skin, skin color that looks more like yours than mine. People who are more, uh, um, have a, have a, a biology that’s, uh, better prepares them for living closer to the equator than the poles. Um, because 12 of them were killed unarmed that it started this massive movement. But if you contextualize that to the hundreds of millions of stops that police officers, hundreds of millions of stops police officers make every year compared to the fact of how many people have died at the hands of going to a hospital, it, it, it’s completely wackadoodle shit. It’s completely, And, and, and, and the doctors aren’t being put in harm’s way. These men and women who are, who are making the stops, are being put, put in harm’s way. So I, I’d just like to contextualize that first my opinion, not blades. Um, but Jessica Valdon Valenzuela says this, and I’ve heard this from a lot of police officers, Let’s face it with everyone recording the minute he touches her bystanders are going to escalate it to unreasonable use of force. That, and that’s my, might be why he hesitated.
Any, any thoughts on that bla?
Yeah, so first off, that, that has a lot of merit. That sentence. Like, there, there are some thoughts, there are times where people think, Oh shit. Oh shit, okay, do I want to touch it? Oh, I I do not wanna whoop this. Oh, I do not wanna whoop this woman’s ass in front of all these people.
Sevan Matossian (18:23):
Naked woman. Oh, um, he beat up a poor mentally ill, um, uh, black woman naked.
Yeah. And then, um, that, that’s where honestly, keeping your shit, keeping yourself squared away, training, working out, whatever it may be that could make an, something like that swift quick and keep it moving helps. Because if you’re on the same level as somebody in a fight, it’s gonna get drug out a lot longer and probably look a lot nastier. But if you show that you’re squared away in superior and technique and strength and conditioning, whatever it may be, it’s gonna look a lot cleaner. So like, like for like me against another 30 year old man in a fight who’s evenly matched, gonna be bumps, bruises, all that, I’m gonna be jacked up. But if I’m wrestling around with my daughter, it’s gonna look swift clean. She, she’s not even gonna get that injured. You’re not even gonna be injured in the matter. You know, just moving around. So in a, in a thing like that, the reason I say that is if he had been able to outmatch her to a level that I feel he should have or, or, or the, as much as I would have, it would’ve been, it would’ve been a lot quicker in swifter. Like to the point where it wouldn’t have even been, uh, escalation or mob mentality.
Sevan Matossian (19:47):
Uh, Caleb, I just sent the, I sent the wrong video. I sent the video, I sent the video in the comments. I meant to send it in private chat. Could you said put play this, play this one. Uh, we will get back to the naked woman. I wanna ask, um, Blade, this looks like some real training here. Uh, I, I don’t know what the incident is here, but, um, are you talking about something more like this? Where this guy, this um, oh, this guy just handles his business, uh, and, and, and, and ends this situation. This is a police officer apprehending a suspect. It looks like it’s in front of like a CVS or something.
Speaker 7 (20:24):
This is what I’m talking about. This is what I’m talking about.
Sevan Matossian (20:32):
He throws the guy on the ground.
See, look at the arm control, Don’t look at me controlling that shoulder. Look. Swift, smooth, violent act, uh, swift violent action. That’s what swift violent, keep it moving. He didn’t have to bust the dude’s head in cuz he’s just that much above, even when he quote unquote slammed him, if somebody would even describe it as that he decelerated on the way down, kind of like how we’re required to do in high school wrestling. You know, like he did. He didn’t just make it rain, like boom, slight deceleration, did shoulder look, boom. See, cuz it dude would, I think dude would’ve dislocated the shoulder if, um, the officer wanted him to. Right. Especially
Sevan Matossian (21:14):
Right. Especially when he braced like that.
Sevan Matossian (21:19):
And, and, and, and just so you know, bystanders people, this lady here think how stupid this lady is here, who walks by in the background. You are seeing two men fight and one of them has a gun
Sevan Matossian (21:33):
And you walk by, she’s not even watching. Like if you have to walk by any, let me just say this real quick. As a public service message, if you have to walk by anyone with a gun, don’t take your eyes off them. This is a fi this is a, a piece of machinery, um, that is used to stop human beings with, uh, the, the maximum force possible. And you were watching a man ano one man fight another man with a gun. She’s not, she doesn’t even look at them. Why did she even walk that close?
Sevan Matossian (22:04):
I mean, I I I don’t understand what’s wrong with people <laugh>. It’s like the people, it’s like the people at intersections who are waiting to cross the street and they’re standing either right on the curb. It’s like three girls standing on the corner, there’s hundreds of cars making right hand turns and they’re standing one girl’s in the street, two girls are standing on the curb and they’re all looking at their cell phones. I’m like, you know, your parents made you right and you’re their fucking greatest possession and you’re completely neglecting it. How about take five steps back?
Sevan Matossian (22:37):
And get up on the curb behind the telephone pole. So if, like, if someone has a flat tire, a blowout, the car doesn’t swerve over and hit you
Tornadoes from the gas station, dude.
Hey, if you see, if you see two silverbacks fighting, you ain’t just about to
Like you walking the, you walking a long way on the other side of the street or you just lay myself your car. You’re like, I’ll get my, I’ll get my big go later.
Sevan Matossian (23:01):
She’s not even, she doesn’t even look,
Sevan Matossian (23:07):
But I want, I want I want you to look at another thing. So in the, in the beginning, homeboy in the red is put putting up a little, putting up some fight. That’s the reason he had to be slammed in the first place. But when he realizes that this shit ain’t gonna work, this ain’t the day, and this officer’s not the one. Look how fast the fight leaves him. So boom, human tries to posture up a little bit, but right here, he’s like, What the hell? Oh my goodness. Oh, this officer knows what he doing. Oh, okay. All right. You know what, I’m done. I’m sorry. You can just go and do what you gotta do. Handcuff me. Let’s keep it moving. At this point right now, he’s not even, he’s not flailing cause he, he knows
Sevan Matossian (23:50):
Shock in awe. Right? So actually this guy’s actually kept safe by being explosive to him so that he has to like be like, okay, this, there’s no fight here. The public has kept safe. That guy’s kept safe and the officers kept safe.
Right? And, and that officer, when, when you know what you have and what you have is kind of a term, um, that we use. Um, so when you know that you have the legal grounds to do A, B, C, and D like your flow chart is going well in your head, it allows you to act swiftly like this and act with confidence. Cause if you don’t know it, you have, you might hesitate. And when you hesitate, that’s when you get popped in the mouth. So this officer knew, it seems like he knew what, what whatever crime he had, the legal standing he had, he may have known the dude from past contacts, whatever it may be, but it allowed him to ramp up from zero to a hundred. However he felt necessary, you know, his, his demmer switch was working really well. And so back to the original video, I don’t know if officer didn’t know what he had. I don’t know if it looks like he was probably there for a welfare check. I’d imagine when I see that,
Sevan Matossian (25:00):
I see. Can you play that again, Caleb? What do you mean? He was there for a welfare check. So
So welfare checks a lot of times, not this one, I’m sorry. Um, the original one that we were on
Sevan Matossian (25:09):
With the lady. The the nude lady
Ex. Exactly. So the, there’s different types of calls that we get. Let me do this so I don’t black out on you real quick.
Sevan Matossian (25:16):
It’s fine. I like it. It’s like our timer.
All right. So, so there’s different types of calls and a, a welfare check is when you simply are checking on someone’s welfare. It could end up, it could end up being a crime, it could be, uh,
Sevan Matossian (25:32):
She even put her hand on him, you know, she’s sweet talking him there, right there, right. She puts her hand gently on his chest.
Sevan Matossian (25:39):
<laugh>, she knows how to deal with men. She’s dealt with men
<laugh>. Yeah. And so he’s probably there more so to check on our welfare than to do like, hardcore enforcement action. Like,
Sevan Matossian (25:53):
Like they got, like soon as he sees nude, he sees mental, mental, uh, a mental issue.
Yeah. Some, somebody who called and probably was like, he either rolled up on her or somebody called and was like, Hey, there’s somebody in the middle of the street naked screaming at passing cars or whatever it may be. Whatever. Somebody naked in the middle of the street probably do. And so he’s there. And then when she gets up and approaches him, he clearly, clearly want to tell you like, Hey, get this damn woman off me. But right here, this where I’m this, where I’m in it. So typically, you know, you wouldn’t go like this, but he, he doesn’t wanna do that. You probably don’t wanna put his hand on her chest and push her away, but you gotta do something. Cause right now she’s controlling, she’s controlling the call, he’s giving her orders, but she’s controlling the situation. And so definitely right here, see this is where, this is where you wrap it up. However high you need to to get her up out the car. Get her up out the paint. Cause
Sevan Matossian (26:58):
Let’s give her some credit too. How incr, I mean, look at, that’s a great place to stop it. He’s in such a compromised position. But how the fact that she has the wherewithal to start the co to get away with only one arm is crazy.
Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, when somebody is determined to do something, it, it’s harder than you think to stop him from doing it. Like a lot of times you think, okay, I’m stronger than this person. I’m bigger than this person. Whatever it may be. When somebody’s determined and we don’t even know if she feels pain, who knows. He might be trying to do some kind of risk, risk something. Eventually he might be trying to get a little risk lock or some, some kind of pain compliance. But either if somebody’s not feeling their pain compliance or they’re determined for their task, they, they can fight through a fucking broken arm, dislocated elbow and shoulder deal with the repercussions later.
Sevan Matossian (27:55):
And she knows the streets. She’s, she’s definitely not afraid of anything. She’s not worried about going to jail or the fucking, uh, pimp beating her or the drug dealer beating her up for not paying for a drug. I mean, she’s, she’s, uh, she knows the streets. He might know the streets. She knows them better.
And so right here is where, right here is where you, you gotta be quick though. You, you just gotta, you gotta make it happen. So he’s positioned himself in the door jam, you switch hands, switch your grip, whatever it may be to get some leverage. Cuz it’ll be a lot harder to operate the car from here than it is from here. From here. Well, I’m, Okay, let me go on, if I could just fucking get my right arm. But from here, would it still be possible? Yeah, but it’d be a lot harder. And you’re coming with me at that point. You know what I’m saying?
Sevan Matossian (28:42):
Um, do you remember last week in the video when the lady got into the tussle with the guy? It was a positioning issue also. She was below, she was on the street and he was six inches higher up on the curb. And we were both like, Man, if you’re gonna pick a fight with someone, you want the high ground. Yeah. And once again, this guy let the, um, the person that he’s talking to, the suspect get in between him and the weapon, the car.
Sevan Matossian (29:11):
He, he, he had, he had bad positioning too. He, he didn’t have, uh, wherewithal situational awareness in the ring.
Right? And then, and, and, okay, you got, you got caught off guard. It happens. Now this where you gotta deal with it preferably. Would this ever happen? No, but it did. We’re here, what are you gonna do? This is where, this is where training and keeping yourself squared away is important. So like my, my department’s dope. Like we, we got a cool ass, got a cool ass gym, we get allotted workout time, You know. Wow. I mean like, Yeah. Yeah. And does everybody use it? No, but some people use it. And that’s if I, I tell people, especially when they’re on my team, I’m like, Hey,
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