TYR Wodapalooza // TEAM FINALE

Speaker 1 (00:00):

Yeah, cool about it too. Is that not

Andrew Hiller (00:02):

Good? I think it’s good. Right? Front

Sevan Matossian (00:03):

Park. Bam. You see

Speaker 1 (00:05):

The athletes just mingling with the fans. No doubt. Doubt out there. Bump into people. Time

Andrew Hiller (00:11):


Speaker 1 (00:11):

Out there competing in the elite divisions. Romanoff Simon, some autographs and I think you’ve had the best comparison for this to maybe another sport. It’s like NBA Allstar weekend.

Speaker 4 (00:20):

No doubt the best of the best are here, but the stakes are just a little bit different. They still want to have a good time, but it’s an opportunity to have some of those stress and anxiety barriers in the midst of competition.

Sevan Matossian (00:34):

That was something that’s said HWPO on it.

Speaker 1 (00:38):

The score still being reviewed, selfie still being taken. We’re going to take a quick break. We come back, we will have the announcement of our team Elite champions.

Andrew Hiller (00:47):

You did see that, right? You signed a black article of clothing with a black marker.

Sevan Matossian (00:52):

Yeah, that was good. Oh, this show is over. Thank goodness. What a long four days.

Andrew Hiller (00:59):

Hey, how do you feel about the whole thing?

Sevan Matossian (01:01):

I like it. I’m good with it. The only thing is it’s four days and it’s just a lot to be commentating. The hat’s off to the Lone Ranger and TTO and gang and Lauren and Brian for hanging in there and doing that. Other than that,

Andrew Hiller (01:13):

Hey, should I hold that clip up? That’s pretty good, isn’t it?

Sevan Matossian (01:16):

Other than that, the back of the napkin math, let me say this before we start. Very important. The footage that you were about to see that comes in post from this is from no other than peptides. We would not have any of this if it wasn’t for peptides. And I want to show you this clip. This is just the tip of the iceberg. We’ve given you peaks at so much cool shit. I feel like by having those guys micd up and I told you we were going to try something new that had never been done before and what that was, what is is micing up the athletes and peptides insisted. I was like, Hey, we’re not going to do anything with Waap Palooza except just from afar. And they insisted that we send someone there. They said, Hey, let’s do it. Let’s do it. Let’s do it.


People will love it. And so we did, and what I’m about to show you here is exactly the kind of stuff that they got that I don’t think has ever been seen before in an event. No, it has not. Yeah, this is just great stuff. Patrick Rios. I also want to tell you this. A couple of years ago when CrossFit fired Patrick Rios, I made a very clear statement. It was one of the dumbest things they ever did. He was one of the lowest paid employees that they had there and they fired him, which was absolutely batshit crazy because he’s a workhorse and I’ve shown work that he’s made that probably costs $500 to make that CrossFit has since made that costs $30,000 to make, and Rios did it for $500 and it’s a hundred times better. And my relationship with CrossFit now is good, but it’s the insanity that is the corporate world that they do this.


So look, I’m going to show you the best thing that’s come out of Waap Pza better than anything that’s come out of the games and it’s right here. It’s this kind of content and it’s because they fired a guy who was probably the lowest paid dude there, but he’s a worker. You always hear me talk about workers, people who can actually do something. So many of these businesses have menus and waiters and waitresses and tables, but they got no chefs. I present to you the chef Patrick Rios, right here. This is the kind of stuff that you’re not going to get. Bottom right. This is the stuff you’re not going to get when you fire the workers. And I picked them up for cheap thank you CrossFit for firing for three years ago. Probably the dumbest thing. I mean so many dumb things have been done over there in the last three years, but here we go. Patrick Rios, filmmaker extraordinaire, sent by Ca Peptides and the Sev on podcast to Waap Palooza. Here we go.

Speaker 5 (03:50):

Hello. For some reason I just got fucking pump up. How fast are going to bike on 10 seconds? Oh man, my heart’s beating let’s their squad clear. These lights six. Here we go. The back. Hey, you going to hurt in the off the double time to the kettlebells? You got to hurt baby. Come on baby, you got to hurt. You’re a dog. Come on, you’re a dog. You’re a fucking dog. You’re a Let’s go. Come, let’s go. Let’s fucking go. We just start.

Sevan Matossian (05:15):

What’s so crazy is you can tell he doesn’t even have a good seat. He’s so far away from the audience, right? And bring you this audio, this look at the athletes that’s never been done before. We’re 16 years into the sport and we’re like, okay, let’s mic these dudes up and we mic these dudes up and here it is. Here we got it. And these 10 minute documentaries that are going to come out are going to be amazing. And lemme tell you something, this the athletes that aren’t going to participate in this, those of you who I tried to contact and get to participate, I’m sorry are you should have. Yeah, I feel bad for people. I feel bad for people. This shit’s fucking great. This shit’s going to catapult down over to Jorge Fernandez asking him what? He’s going to bike at Hopper. Talking to Adler. Adler telling him he strokes it to Hopper working out. I mean, this shit is gold. This is just next level. This is where it’s at and it humanizes everyone. It’s authentic. Anyway, we got the Colton Merton’s version of this. Colton was like, yeah, bring it Baby D Ricky and Jason were Bring it baby. It’s great to see the guys who still understand the value. Those people who are trying to control everything, those of you trying to control everything you’re going to miss out.

Andrew Hiller (06:36):

What do you mean who

Sevan Matossian (06:37):

Would do that? You know what I mean? You’re going to miss out those. You are trying to control everything. Remember when your athletes have come and gone, we will still be here,

Andrew Hiller (06:46):

Come and gone.

Sevan Matossian (06:47):

Don’t forget, there’s athletes in the ecosystem that have a million Instagram followers that can’t get half as many views on the reels as Hiller can

Andrew Hiller (06:55):


Sevan Matossian (06:56):

Got what? 12,000 Instagram followers. So remember, we’re going to be here. This is the long game people. This is the long game and we’re not the ones being stuck up and not playing nice. Just remember, we’re playing nice. If Stevon survived 2019 ain’t going anywhere. I’m like a Rocha. Like a Rocha. I’m so excited. I’m so happy for dLAN and Hopper and Ricky, Mack and Colton. They’re going to get this. They didn’t have to do anything except be vulnerable. They’ll get the final say on the edit. We’ll edit these. We’ll put ’em out. People will love it. Yeah, I’m all in Olivia. I’m all in. I’m all in. And boy, I can’t wait for the semifinals to do this Same thing there. These are just easy, cheap things to do. This is easy. Shit. Okay, tier WA Palooza, we are getting ready for the, what is going to be the, I guess the award ceremony. Let’s turn up the volume on this and see what’s going on. Individuals are over. Emma Carey. Ricky Mack won the individual events taking home $75,000 each at the Tier Waterloo. 2024 teams just went. It does look like we know who the female winner is and it’s pretty exciting, right? Kelly Baker Berger and Kelsey Keeley. Keeley, Kelsey

Andrew Hiller (08:24):

Ke Keel

Sevan Matossian (08:26):

And who’s the other girl? Was it Lundberg? Lundberg. Emil Lundberg. Emil Lundberg. Look, you looked up at your screen. Do you have that there?

Andrew Hiller (08:37):

Please subscribe.

Sevan Matossian (08:39):

Eric Weiss. Next level. Next level behind the scenes here for the ride. Let’s go. Thanks Eric. Appreciate your support, dude. Really appreciate it. Oh, never humble, never arrogant. Just trying to tell the truth. Go ahead.

Andrew Hiller (08:54):

You know Dave put a week in review out today.

Sevan Matossian (08:58):

I had heard some rumblings that a week in review is coming up. How long is it?

Andrew Hiller (09:06):

86 minutes.

Sevan Matossian (09:08):

Oh God. I know that’s not true.

Andrew Hiller (09:10):

It’s 14.

Sevan Matossian (09:11):

Okay. We’ll be doing the Dave Castro review of the weekend review while we wait for these awards.

Andrew Hiller (09:18):

Oh yeah,

Sevan Matossian (09:20):

For the individuals. I think that they did not show the award ceremony. They cut it off early.

Andrew Hiller (09:30):

That place is packed.

Sevan Matossian (09:33):

It doesn’t appear that they’re going to cut it off. Now are you joking?

Andrew Hiller (09:38):


Sevan Matossian (09:39):

Everyone went home. It’s raining. Sean said the lone ranger said that it looked pretty good for a rainy day.

Andrew Hiller (09:49):

Yeah, usually when it rains there’s nobody in the park. There you go. There’s no stands.

Sevan Matossian (09:54):

There you go. Oh, I love this. Someone text me. Go woke, go broke.


There are some incredibly hardworking people there today. Pedro from Coffee Pods and Wads was there. He flew out from Ireland for the three or four days for the event, worked his ass off. Please support him. Barbell spin, the fastest, best, most reliable news in the space. It goes out there. By the way, none of these people are paid to go out there. They put their ass on the line. They’re actually trying to build something. Barbell Spin was there, Sentinel Training was there. JR Howell from CrossFit Crash was there while Branstetter was there from shut up and scribbled. Those guys were there.

Speaker 6 (10:34):

Official announcement, here we go down to the floor at Flagler

Sevan Matossian (10:41):

Tier Waap. Pza, 2024 winners.

Speaker 6 (10:43):

All right, this is not our podium ceremony, but these are our top three men and women’s champs for your elite division men up first in third place, Rey Re, son of,

Sevan Matossian (11:02):

So that was Chandler

Speaker 6 (11:06):


Sevan Matossian (11:07):

Olson Base after

Speaker 6 (11:08):

That final event,

John Young (11:10):

You sent them in order of their color too.

Speaker 6 (11:12):

Team pixel.

Andrew Hiller (11:15):

Team pixel

John Young (11:16):

And nobody called that. Nobody talked about ’em.

Sevan Matossian (11:19):

Who’s that clinic off Spencer Pin Pancheck. That’s

John Young (11:23):

In first place and Jorge Fernandez.

Sevan Matossian (11:25):


Speaker 6 (11:25):

You’re 2024 Tijuana Palooza Elite team. Men’s division Champs team go

Sevan Matossian (11:34):

Wild. I have no idea who’s on this team. Wow. The champ

Andrew Hiller (11:38):


Sevan Matossian (11:39):

Made Crouch and the other guy. Wow,

Andrew Hiller (11:41):


Sevan Matossian (11:43):


Andrew Hiller (11:44):

This is actually incredible. I thought that guy was retired. I thought he would yank them down the leaderboard.

John Young (11:50):

No, I thought they would be very good. I had them second, but second they kind of won. It feels like they won easily even though it’s by eight

Speaker 1 (11:58):

Points. Men’s elite division champions and

Sevan Matossian (12:02):

Douglas Richie, Craig Richie’s brother. I won’t get a membership, but here’s five bucks for doing the Lord’s work

Speaker 1 (12:07):

Respect. They wind up in third place by 20 points over team tier and fourth and Trace Leche. Some very Pat Vellner like fashion worked their way up the overall standings and finished

John Young (12:17):

The fit. No, this literally the worst Dkg on there too. I mean you cannot be happy with this. A sneaky top five

Andrew Hiller (12:21):

Finish. What do you mean

John Young (12:23):

If you’re trace Leche?

Andrew Hiller (12:25):

Three milks.

John Young (12:27):

Yeah. If you have three of the

Speaker 1 (12:28):

Top 13

John Young (12:30):

Fittest guys in the world in your fifth place, it’s not a good competition.

Andrew Hiller (12:35):

Isn’t Travis Mayer on that team?

John Young (12:37):


Sevan Matossian (12:37):

Can I lower the volume on this and you guys still hear it or does it go away? It’s

Andrew Hiller (12:41):


Sevan Matossian (12:41):

It’s gone. Okay.

Andrew Hiller (12:43):

Hey, Travis Mayer is not one of the 15 fittest dudes on earth.

John Young (12:47):

I think so. He always finishes around 10 to 15. 10 to 15. He always finishes up the games.

Sevan Matossian (12:53):

Come on Hiller. Come on.

Andrew Hiller (12:56):

Yeah, he’s like 18th at best.

John Young (12:58):

Well, I say 13th. I mean we’re not that far away from each other, but

Andrew Hiller (13:02):

Yeah, he’s fit

John Young (13:04):

Wes fitter than Willie George’s. I’ll put Veder and Madero together.

Sevan Matossian (13:12):

Who else was on Travis’s team? Travis. Patrick and who? B-K-G-B-K-G

John Young (13:17):


Speaker 1 (13:18):

Were a little bit over the podium, but we’re just going to

Andrew Hiller (13:20):

Broke a wrist. I think our women’s champ this year,

John Young (13:25):

He was knocking with Rick

Sevan Matossian (13:27):


Speaker 1 (13:27):

Waap Palooza team, elite women’s division champs

John Young (13:31):


Speaker 1 (13:32):

Than a nineties trend.

Andrew Hiller (13:35):

I’ll be happy if I never have to hear that ever

John Young (13:37):

Again and nobody called them either to win for sure.

Andrew Hiller (13:41):


John Young (13:43):

That’s the biggest surprise of, I mean maybe the whole entire competition

Speaker 1 (13:46):

Stronger than a 90

Sevan Matossian (13:47):


Speaker 1 (13:48):

At five 40 right now is unofficial. We know they won. It’s also

Sevan Matossian (13:50):

Really weak competition.

John Young (13:52):


Speaker 1 (13:53):

The two teams that joined them on the podium RX perform.

John Young (13:55):

That’s somewhat fair.

Sevan Matossian (13:57):

Hey, so that means the women bailed. That means the women bailed. They didn’t stick around to watch the dudes. I ain’t harsh in their gig. It’s cold, it’s rainy, and so they only announced the champs, right? Parkers

John Young (14:06):

Dead at night.

Andrew Hiller (14:07):

You think just left

John Young (14:09):

Performance in Scandinavian.

Andrew Hiller (14:11):

Yeah, they didn’t get back to Sweden.

Sevan Matossian (14:13):

Hey, so I was totally wrong in my call Rx. Three of those teams were there on day one, right?

John Young (14:20):

Yep. Barring, well, no, just two. No, no, no. Three because stronger than the nineties trend was there. RX performance and then team barring. Whoa,

Andrew Hiller (14:27):

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Sevan Matossian (14:29):

Wild is this thing over.

Speaker 1 (14:34):

Because remember after 12 years of celebrating fitness that you’re Waap Palooza is heading to SoCal,

Sevan Matossian (14:40):

Huntington Beach Beach. I’m going to that

Speaker 1 (14:41):

Setting for our second flagship event. This,

Sevan Matossian (14:44):

They’re going to have to do interviews now.

Speaker 1 (14:46):

Miami and SoCal Za. Now Bicoastal. You can scan the QR code.

John Young (14:50):

Tell and Jason to come

Speaker 1 (14:52):

More. Thanks so much for spending the weekend here with us in Miami. Everybody,

Andrew Hiller (14:56):


Speaker 1 (14:57):

You had a great time. Four, Brian friend, Lauren Kil, Tommy Marquez and our entire hardworking crew here at Baywood. Oh, in South Florida. I’m Sean Woodland. We’ll see you in September in SoCal.

Sevan Matossian (15:12):

Oh, I don’t think they’re doing it in September.

Andrew Hiller (15:20):

Who’s they?

Sevan Matossian (15:22):

The lone ranger. Who’s

Andrew Hiller (15:23):

Doing it?

Sevan Matossian (15:24):

I don’t know, but I don’t think they are.

Andrew Hiller (15:26):

Hey, here’s the thing. Every time I heard them have to say stronger than a nineties trend, there has to be a stipulation on what your name can be. I think it’s got to be two syllable or two names. Two words.

Sevan Matossian (15:42):

Okay. Four days of competition. We’ve done lots of talking about all of it. Anything that you want to just get at right off the bat that just stands out that you’re like, holy cow.

Speaker 8 (15:56):

It’s just the back of the napkin bath. Sean,

Andrew Hiller (16:01):

Why’d you pull that down? That was important.

Sevan Matossian (16:03):

Oh, I didn’t know. Oh, I didn’t know. Oh, I thought that was the stream. Oh my bad. Go ahead, go. Sorry. Sorry. Yes, go ahead. It’s

Andrew Hiller (16:08):

In the middle of the finals and Tommy Marquez’s podium.

Speaker 8 (16:12):

It’s just the back of the napkin math. John. Careful with that. He’s in trouble.

Sevan Matossian (16:20):

Be careful with that. At back of the napkin, math can end up being a nothing burger.

Andrew Hiller (16:25):

That was so funny. When I heard it, I was like, no way.

Sevan Matossian (16:30):

That’s a good sense of humor.

Andrew Hiller (16:31):

Yeah, that was good.

Sevan Matossian (16:33):

I don’t have a lot of notes here. The big thing with this final workout is once again, the strict pull-ups, we don’t know what the standard is. We saw some people getting away with murder. We saw other people getting just completely hosed. If you go to around the 7 45 minute mark of the final heat, you can see Saxon and Jay Crouch getting no reps on the pull-ups. And for the life of me, I can’t figure out, and what’s kind of sad is I think they were more strict about the chin going over the bar than they were about the Kip. Because every time I saw someone get nore, I think it was because literally they wanted your chin to not be just above the bar, but to go over the bar to actually break the plane of the bar in two places. Height and horizontal and vertical. But I was seeing people ki and that was okay. Do you guys have similar assessments of that?

Andrew Hiller (17:29):

Well, you said yes. It was interesting

Sevan Matossian (17:32):


John Young (17:33):

Those two teams came first and second though. It’s not like they got host

Sevan Matossian (17:37):

Right, but they were tolerating kipping. Yeah. Yeah. So that’s it. Other than that, I thought it was great. We do have a, oh, let’s go over to barbell. Lemme pull this up. On barbell spin, we got an interview that barbell spin of course got with Allison Scud.

Andrew Hiller (18:00):

Yeah, that was good. I looked at that.

Sevan Matossian (18:01):

That is worth looking at here. Let me see if I can refresh

John Young (18:06):

This. I hate it.

Sevan Matossian (18:08):

You hate the interview?

John Young (18:09):

No, no, no. Just what happened.

Sevan Matossian (18:12):

Okay, here we go. John Young hates this. What happened? Here we go. I love it. Listen carefully. Okay, here we go.

Speaker 9 (18:19):

37, not a delay schedule. That was always the time I was supposed to go and at like 5 55, they sent us a text saying we changed the workout. This is what it is. By the way, he won. You’re going at 6 0 1, so you’re walking in two minutes. So we didn’t know what the workout was and then they told us the workout and we had to walk. Right then we were scheduled to go at

Sevan Matossian (18:46):

Six. So basically heat, one of the women had zero warmup.

John Young (18:54):

What if you were not six minutes away?

Sevan Matossian (18:58):

Well, yeah, that’s a problem too.

John Young (19:00):

If you think you’re going in 30 minutes and you go to the bathroom or something or go to the hotel real quick to get something and then they say you’re going in three minutes.

Andrew Hiller (19:11):

Yeah, this is kind of standard practice at Waap Palooza though.

Sevan Matossian (19:14):

Well, not just at Waap Palooza. Who else? Where else did we cover? We covered something else where the athletes just happened to be there.

Andrew Hiller (19:22):

Was it rogue recently?

Sevan Matossian (19:23):

Maybe it was rogue. The athletes just happened to be there and thankfully and yeah, remember we were talking to Danielle, Brandon or something. She just happened to be in the right spot at the right time and got to do something or else she wouldn’t have got to do it. The truth is though too is this only one heat is hosed, gets fucked and it’s whatever heat goes first. Usually the women and it’s heat one. So it’s the women and it’s the women who have the least chance of winning. I’m not justifying it. I’m just saying it doesn’t happen to the whole field. Correct,

John Young (19:57):

Correct. Yes,

Sevan Matossian (19:58):

Because everyone else gets, that’s plenty of time for everyone else to get ready and warm up.

John Young (20:03):

It’s just not very P ffa.

Andrew Hiller (20:05):

A confusing. Yeah. This is the worst possible outcome for the PFA a’s first event and on so many fronts.

Sevan Matossian (20:13):

Well, I will say

Andrew Hiller (20:14):

That the fact that they almost have a concussion to the leader of the organization.

Sevan Matossian (20:18):

I will say that I going to say then if we’re going to point the finger, then let’s point it at the PFAA. We have a super dangerous situation for someone like

Andrew Hiller (20:31):


Sevan Matossian (20:32):

Jason Hopper or Wakowski doing the wall walks, super dangerous coming down in their head, touching the steel beam kowski, hitting his head on the rower. Athletes not having time to warm up. That’s the second time we heard it. Who knows how many times it happened.

Andrew Hiller (20:46):

There was not a secondary warmup area for the lifting event.

John Young (20:49):

No, people were 20 minutes before they touched a barbell.

Sevan Matossian (20:53):

That’s why it’s like having laws and you can’t enforce ’em and the whole thing’s just becomes a mockery.

Andrew Hiller (21:00):

I heard Gee was prepared to do 4 0 5 on that complex and he didn’t have enough time to warm up in a second area.

Sevan Matossian (21:07):

That’s not true.

Andrew Hiller (21:08):

That’s not true.

Sevan Matossian (21:09):

Oh, okay. Listen to this. I think good job.

John Young (21:12):

I think he thought he was going to get you with that.

Sevan Matossian (21:16):

Logan Ewing broke his ankle during the 5K trail run yesterday getting pushed. Logan stepped in for Alex Corona after he tore his peck during the individual competition, mayhem outlaws with disqualified have continued to compete. Jake Lockert, coach and the president of Mayhem, kudos to Jake for doing that. Jumped in during event two and Corona has been on the floor since. Okay, here we go. Let’s watch Logan, you him being interviewed by the barbell spin, the best in the business, and it looks like Mr. Logan is on crutches.

Speaker 10 (21:48):

I got pushed off the trail and foot caught, and I don’t remember if it was a tree branch or a rock that caught it, but something caught it rolled up my ankle and then that was about five minutes in, but I ran off adrenaline so I was fine, so I kept running and then every 20 steps, I’d roll it. I got pushed off the trail.

Sevan Matossian (22:15):

Wow, wow, wow.

Andrew Hiller (22:21):

Why? What?

Sevan Matossian (22:22):

I want to know who pushed him.

John Young (22:24):

Jeff Adler.

Sevan Matossian (22:26):

I want to know who pushed him and was it clipping? Was it from the back? Why was he pushed? Was he pushed? Pushed by his own friend?

John Young (22:37):

I imagine people were just trying to pass them.

Sevan Matossian (22:43):

Renee p, brace yourself. People brace yourself. All men are not created equal. Renee’s about to drop some bombs. Renee chicks micd up would be lame and boring. No one is as hyped as men. I get tired of hearing of there needing to be women on the platform, speaking as women even shit,

Andrew Hiller (23:04):

I don’t know. I find myself getting more inspired when I hear women speaking.

Sevan Matossian (23:08):

You’ve never heard women speak. Listen, what’s crazy about this is listen, what’s cool is that this is a woman’s opinion that’s really strong, so someone might be upset at her, but this is the whole thing. When you give women opinions, these are the kind of opinions you get. See, that’s a fucking head. That’s a head fuck, ain’t it? Yeah. Renee, thank you. Free. You’re free as a fitness methodology. CrossFit is bar none at the top as a sport. It’s tough to get over and gain traction with backyard ran events like Waap Palooza. Oh God, I don’t think it crapped the bed. I thought it was a great event. You guys, there’s a lot of moving pieces. Listen, it’s an event that has more athletes than spectators and it’s not like running a marathon. It’s not like, Hey, people go run. How many pieces of equipment do you think were at Waap Palooza?

Andrew Hiller (24:00):

What does that have to do with anything

Sevan Matossian (24:01):

You got to manage? I mean just that in itself has to be done. There’s a lot of moving pieces. A lot.

Andrew Hiller (24:11):


Sevan Matossian (24:12):

There’s one start, one finish at a marathon and I mean we don’t have enough judges. Judges don’t get paid enough. We didn’t have enough kettlebells. We had to switch to dumbbells. I don’t like that it’s raining. Why do we have to be on this floor? Why do I have to start at that time? Listen, dude, they got a category for every Tom dick and fucking hairy. They got to adjust everything for everyone. Thank you, Dylan. Thank you. Tier. That’s it. That’s anyone. If you’re about to say anything, just say thank you.

Andrew Hiller (24:44):

Yeah, thank you.

Sevan Matossian (24:45):

Thank you.

Andrew Hiller (24:46):

That’s it. Who is y’all?

Sevan Matossian (24:48):

The thank you for the Bathing Suit event. Thank you for the Bathing Suit event. A family member, I don’t want to say who. My sister thought that Justin Madera’s shorts were too tight for the swim. I’m like, what?

Andrew Hiller (24:59):

They’re all vet way exactly the same.

Sevan Matossian (25:01):

I didn’t think his shorts were too tight.

Andrew Hiller (25:03):

They’re all,

Sevan Matossian (25:04):

I did think it was interesting that camper shot a Victoria Campos ass that when she squatted her bathing suit disappeared in her butt crack. That was kind of crazy.

Andrew Hiller (25:13):

Locked off camera

Sevan Matossian (25:15):

And that you’re supposed to just pretend like you didn’t see that

Andrew Hiller (25:18):

One of the times. I think there is a coincidence and we can believe in it.

Sevan Matossian (25:23):

Oh my goodness. 5,000 people standing around watching people work out in their underwear and bra and we’re just like, I’m fantastic. Squat. Was that a no rep? Interesting. I’m John Young. I have Christian values. My sport is running with naked animals. Sorry. You don’t believe humans are animals? Human souls.

Andrew Hiller (25:46):

Do you not, John? What? You don’t believe humans are animals? No. I

Sevan Matossian (25:51):

Think we’re mammals.

Andrew Hiller (25:53):


Sevan Matossian (25:53):

No, you can’t think we’re animals. We’re mammals. Christians don’t think we’re animals.

Andrew Hiller (25:58):

We’re mammals. Mammals. You ever hear that song by the Bloodhound Gang, baby? Yes. Nothing but mammals. Yeah. That one.

Sevan Matossian (26:10):

Dave Astro channel se stop. John won’t want to come back onto the show. That’s okay. I don’t have no problem. That’s a very catchy song. I have no problem begging John to come back on. He tells me every time, this is my last show, and I just beg him. I just sent him a box of chocolates. Be him to come

Andrew Hiller (26:26):

Back. John’s the highest paid employee on the seven on podcast team. That’s

Sevan Matossian (26:30):


Andrew Hiller (26:30):

Believe it or not, he can’t leave

Sevan Matossian (26:32):

Facts. Yeah. Thanks. He’s got Those are called golden handcuffs.

Andrew Hiller (26:37):

Is that what that is? Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (26:39):

When you pay someone, that’s what Greg did. Greg paid us so much money you couldn’t leave no matter even if he to,

Andrew Hiller (26:43):

Except for Patrick Rios.

Sevan Matossian (26:45):

Well, that was after they fired him. Long after Greg was gone. Man, what a mistake to fire Rios. Holy shit. I didn’t mean to climb up CrossFit. He’s

Andrew Hiller (26:55):

Too, he’s cranking it out.

Sevan Matossian (26:57):

Cranking. I

Andrew Hiller (26:57):

Didn’t mean wicked.

Sevan Matossian (26:59):

I don’t want to crawl up CrossFit’s ass and yelling, but I made a huge stink about that three years ago when you fired him. Like, Hey dude, think you could fire one of your executives and hire 12 Patrick Rios and just take over YouTube.

Andrew Hiller (27:13):

Which executive would you fire? Chase isn’t here. You can say it.

Sevan Matossian (27:22):

None of them. None of them. They’re all value. I’m just using,

John Young (27:24):

I feel bad for Chase.

Andrew Hiller (27:26):

Why? Why?

John Young (27:27):

He’s a huge Cowboys fan and they just lost 50 to 20 got blown really badly. It was really embarrassing and everybody thought the Cowboys were be good this year

Sevan Matossian (27:37):

And hey, you know what? And football, what that means, 50 to 20 means that they really lost 60 zero because when you’re up 50 20, yeah, yeah. You get that right Hiller, you get that

Andrew Hiller (27:47):

Right? I do.

Sevan Matossian (27:49):

50 20 really is 60 to zero. They just were like, fuck it. We’re not going to get injured and we’re going to play everyone five or 10 yards off the line.

Andrew Hiller (27:58):

I’ve been trying to find this

Sevan Matossian (27:59):

Footage. Look at me. I know sports and shit now.

John Young (28:01):

Good job, Lin. That was good.

Sevan Matossian (28:02):

Thank you. Thank you.

Andrew Hiller (28:03):

Because you were watching all that Tyson stuff.

John Young (28:05):

That is why

Sevan Matossian (28:12):

Other great things coming. We don’t even have a show without the barbell spin. Other great things coming out of the spin. Look at this picture. This is great. You know what’s great about this? This isn’t posed. That’s great picture. This is at the end of the worst event and still a good event, but the worst event in Water Palooza and yet it’s got the best poses. Look at Chandler. They’re superheroes.

John Young (28:32):

That’s awesome. Yeah, no, it looks That is re right there

Sevan Matossian (28:36):

To Looks like he’s 55 in that photo, but besides that, there we go. That’s a good picture of Patola.

John Young (28:42):

Noah is freaking crazy, man.

Andrew Hiller (28:45):

What do you mean

John Young (28:46):

What he looks like?

Andrew Hiller (28:48):

What do you mean?

John Young (28:49):


Sevan Matossian (28:49):

Figure? Figure? Yeah.

John Young (28:52):

He’s just ripped to shreds.

Andrew Hiller (28:57):

He’s losing his hair.

Sevan Matossian (28:59):

Old. He’s old dude. He’s old.

Andrew Hiller (29:01):

How old is he?

Sevan Matossian (29:03):

29, 30.

John Young (29:06):

I don’t say 20 nines old.

Andrew Hiller (29:08):

It’s not. I’m 32. I’m old.

Sevan Matossian (29:11):

Here’s the winning team. Where is this girl from? Is this girl American?

John Young (29:20):

The two on the left are American.

Sevan Matossian (29:22):

How about this one on the right?

John Young (29:23):

She is not. I think she’s from Sweden.

Sevan Matossian (29:27):


John Young (29:28):

Somebody correct me in the chat. Oh, I was right. Sweden. Emil Lundberg.

Andrew Hiller (29:35):

Emil Lundberg. Yeah. She’s from Sweden.

Sevan Matossian (29:37):

God, for the life of me, I hope I’m not at the event when something caught on Kelsey Kell’s nose ring and rips out that nostril. God, I hope I’m not there.

Andrew Hiller (29:46):


Sevan Matossian (29:47):

Because I just don’t want to see that.

Andrew Hiller (29:52):

It would hurt pretty bad. What is it with you and nose rings? You don’t like

Sevan Matossian (29:56):

Those? I don’t think you should be competing with any piercings in.

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