"Myself and my pal Mikey Stallings decided to watch the entire WWE Clash of Champions live event this evening. Amidst a night of predictable finishes, Mikey and I had a great time talking about all the action from tonight's fun pro wrestling spectacle."
"Gabi Garcia is the subject of much discussion on the internet. It seems that people are equal parts impressed by and scared of the way she dominates her opponents.
In the world of jiu-jitsu, her size has often overshadowed discussion of her technical skill -- perhaps as a response to a resume that shows Garcia has won just about every major accolade in the gentle art there is to win."
While I always come in with a set of questions and game plan for what I'd like to talk with him about, all that gets thrown out the window once I see how the conversation plays. The result is a bit of jiu-jitsu improvisational jazz. And the thing that truly makes it work is that Garry doesn't take himself too seriously.
What you see on camera is the way Garry acts off-camera."
"This is perhaps one of my favorite photos for the podcast. It perfectly captures the way that Kevin and I interact on the show, while also giving you a perfect indicator of the sense of humor that makes our podcast unique.
Of course, this photo didn't take itself. It came compliments of our friend Mik Millman, the Romulo Barral black belt behind the People Who Train photo project."
"Taking on the personas of Titus O'Neil and John Cena, the two coaches gave you everything you could possibly come to need in a professional wrestling match.
A championship belt, high energy entrances, crowd work, cheap shots, and a giant spot invoving a table to close out the match (that attitude adjustment was legit, btw) — proving, once and for all, even athletes are giant nerds for pro wrestling."
"Stop me if you've heard this one. Heavyweight gets poked in the eye, ref fails to see it, heavyweight's opponent sneaks in a quick uppercut, heavyweight gets a moment to collect self, captures his opponent's arm into a double wrist lock, sweeps, works to mount and secures the finish via rear naked choke."
"Raf's Recollection | On this week's episode, not only do we discuss the results ofOvert/Under Kevin: UFC 202, but we take an in-depth look at the big fight between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz.
Along the way, we respond to some internet trolls, the controversial decision that has caused a bit of a bitter divide on social media, and even discuss some of the future implications."
"It's a scientific fact that everyone loves championship belts. Sure, pro boxers, grapplers, and UFC fighters are revered for the fancy belts they get to take back to their gyms. But let's face it nobody rocks a championship belt like a professional wrestler.
They are part of the pomp and circumstance that makes many of these athletes and performers seem larger than life."
"Y'all. Tokyo just said, "forget what the hell you've seen in Rio, we're ready for 2020."
The closing of tonight's Olympics in Rio included an awesome integration of Super Mario Bros as Japanese prime minster Shinzo Abe teleported to the closing ceremonies from Tokyo through the help of a green transportation tunnel."