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May 16, 2024 27 mins

The dramatic NFL schedule reveals are out, and teams continue to go all out, so C&R highlight the top 5 team reveals. Announcer Dan Hennessey, who flubbed a recent fight announcement, has abruptly called it quits, so C&R highlight some of their favorite surprise exits in sports

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Speaker 1 (00:03):
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Speaker 2 (00:09):
No ass having oh o zipic using nothing's like, Rich
Davis said Steve Members only Covino throwing it back on
a Thursday, Dicky Doodle Davis, Rich Davis, Welcome to over
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Fox Sports Radio two to four out here on the West,
five to seven on the East. Search our podcast, Cavino Rich.

(00:30):
But this is our bonus Pot and I'm sad you're here.
I'm gonna pull a Chris Everett, Jim Rome, uh oh,
if you call me Dicky doodle Davis one more time,
do it?

Speaker 3 (00:40):
Well.

Speaker 2 (00:41):
I have a lot to get to, but I might
say it a few times, Dicky Doodle Davis.

Speaker 1 (00:49):
I always loved that.

Speaker 2 (00:50):
That was one of my favorites man, Jim Rome throwing
it back way back in the day because as a kid,
you were like, it was very like wrestling like and
you were like, is that real?

Speaker 1 (00:59):
Nothit real? And it was. That was great.

Speaker 2 (01:02):
So a lot to get to on our bonus Pot again.
Things we don't have time for on our regular show,
walking out when it's over, just knowing when it's done
and leaving with a little bit of dignity.

Speaker 1 (01:15):
But this happens in marriages, relationships, jobs, sports. So we're
gonna talk about the weird walk offs, not walk off
home runs or walkoff hits or shots. We're talking about
like shit's done, I quit, I'm out. So we'll get
to that because there's a story in the world of fighting.
So before we get to all that, the NFL schedule release.

(01:37):
Do you look at this as awesome, NFL is king
or do you say riduculous? This is absurd. Yo, It's
a schedule and it's a special that people are watching.
Millions of people are watching. I get it.

Speaker 2 (01:51):
Yesterday was like a big giant holiday, right. Rich released
himself to the schedule release. I was that excited. That's
how excited he was. I know sounds creepy, but it's true.

Speaker 1 (02:00):
Games now, Yes.

Speaker 2 (02:03):
The question, like Rich post, is it overboard or awesome?
And here's how I break it down. The actual release
in the way NFL has embraced it and put out
these next level little trailers about the schedule.

Speaker 1 (02:15):
That's awesome.

Speaker 2 (02:16):
Everybody's overreaction to it is a little overboard.

Speaker 1 (02:21):
I don't know if it's an overreaction as much as Hey, listen, man,
I love football. You love football of all the sports
out there, listen, I'm a Mets fan. I like the NBA.
I love all sports, but nothing not the game.

Speaker 2 (02:33):
You're getting excited about a schedule, and I think it
comes down to not even how invested you are in
your team, the type of person you are. Like, I'm
a terrible planner, so I focus one step, one punch
on round at a time.

Speaker 1 (02:46):
That's the difference at a time. I'm like Schneider, bro Schneider,
one day at a time. You know, I don't like
looking too far ahead. You look too far ahead.

Speaker 2 (02:55):
You're stepping on little people, You're knocking over toddlers along
the way because you're too far ahead. I'm that guy
who likes to focus at the moment. Although it's very important,
I'm not downplaying the importance of the schedule and ass
coming up.

Speaker 1 (03:08):
That's me.

Speaker 2 (03:10):
It might be my real dad, yeah, but yeah, my
dad has still has a mustache like that.

Speaker 1 (03:16):
And a key chain with fifty keys on.

Speaker 2 (03:18):
You're absolutely right for me getting too far ahead. It
gets too confusing. And again, like I'm one week, one game,
one matchup at a time.

Speaker 1 (03:26):
You know what, Cavino and I while while I married
and he has a girlfriend, we're sort of life partners
in the weirdest way because we worked together twenty years.
I think it's a good balance that I'm a big
planner and you are not. Kavino is a type of
guy that's like, you know, bro, can you help me
find the flight I'm flying out in three days. I'm
the type of guy that's like, what am I doing
in July and August? So I think a balance in

(03:46):
your friendships and relationships work that way. But I look
at the schedule and I say, ooh, what am I
going to be watching while I eat my Thanksgiving turkey?
What guy's weekend are we planning? Are we going to Tennessee, Miami,
San Francisco, Go. I look at the schedule as a oh,
let me see where? What are we watching on Christmas Days?

Speaker 2 (04:06):
There's lots of sayings about how plans never go according
to the way you think they're gonna go, and sure,
life's what happens when you're too busy planning. I think
John Lennon said something like that. So for me, yeah,
it's good to have these vacations to look forward to
and these games to look forward to. But you're getting
way ahead of yourself half the time when you don't
know you know who's hurt, who's available, who's playing, where

(04:28):
the team's gonna be for that game.

Speaker 1 (04:30):
Here you are, oh the schedule.

Speaker 2 (04:32):
Meanwhile, your team could be out of it, you know,
weeks before you don't know anything about it.

Speaker 1 (04:36):
Well, so make fun of make fun of my schedule.
Release all you want. But you know, thirty two teams,
all of them put out some type of promotional video.

Speaker 2 (04:46):
You know what it feels like, sketch. It feels like this,
and again, I'll make it clear. The bits and the
sketches awesome.

Speaker 1 (04:54):
So it's seemed like a school project where it's like,
all right, teams, release your your funniest little way to
do the s I love all that. The overboard reaction
is too much.

Speaker 2 (05:03):
It's like you remember when people would go crazy for bacon,
and it's like, all right, dude, we got it. We
get you like bacon, and you like bacon on everything.
You love bacon on your ice cream and bacon on this,
and bacon on a man.

Speaker 1 (05:14):
I love bacon.

Speaker 2 (05:15):
It's like we all have ba That's how we are
about the NFL. But you're getting overboard with your love
of bacon. All right, you want to be bacon guy. Now, Okay,
I feel like it's a little overboard to the reaction
of a schedule.

Speaker 1 (05:28):
Well that's it, buddy boy. Let me tell you. Every
team has put out something and there's a few highlights.
I want to give a couple of shout outs that
that's cool with you. Sure again, some people were very simplistic,
like the Texans just did ASMR. The forty nine ers
had a Nick Bosa impersonator being like week seven, we believe,

(05:49):
there's the Cardinals who came in last place according to
a lot of people because they just had a spray
painted mural.

Speaker 2 (05:54):
And then at the end, it's like, here's a schedule.
You may be think of something else too. A lot
of this stuff we saw already, or at least knew
already before the big release. So it's like the NFL
is doing what big time movies do. Now you're giving
us all the good parts and we haven't even seen
the movie yet. And then you see the movie, like
I already saw that. The NFL gave a lot of breadcrumbs,

(06:16):
a lot of little reseas pieces along the way, a
lot of hints of what was to come. They gave
us a lot of the big games before the schedule
even came out, so it's like, hey, I already saw
the trailer.

Speaker 1 (06:25):
I don't need to see the movie.

Speaker 2 (06:26):
Well, so I feel like they're taken away from the
release by giving us a lot of that information even
before it comes out.

Speaker 1 (06:32):
With all thirty two teams taking part in this, this
is gonna be winners. There's gonna be losers because everyone
loves to judge, right, because we're all so damn judgy.
Let me give you my top five. I've watched them all,
I've analyzed them. I think I know the schedule inside
and out. Number five I'll give to the Philadelphia Eagles.

(06:52):
They did this skit where they were sitting down with
super fans going over the games. Take a look at
Philadelphia Enlightenment.

Speaker 2 (07:01):
We want to assess the psychological readiness of Eagles fans
ahead of the twenty twenty four seasons.

Speaker 1 (07:08):
We're ruddy okay, what do we get started showing? What's
the first words that you think of when I show
you this packer's logo. They're going to Brazil to get
their first loss of the season, and then just this
is like a super fans like in.

Speaker 4 (07:28):
A Brian Dawkins swamon algae crumpling right there at the lake.

Speaker 1 (07:34):
That's what I see. You see all of that. So
it's it's just like super fans acting full in like
a lab essentially. Uh.

Speaker 2 (07:42):
I don't know if it's in the setting that we're
in right at this moment, but I feel like, if
that's your top five, I hate to see the rest.

Speaker 1 (07:51):
Maybe that fell flatter. Maybe I'm sorry, you know what
I mean. It's like, wait, do you see this video?

Speaker 3 (07:58):
Man?

Speaker 1 (07:59):
You're gonna love it? And then you show your friend
and he's like, maybe that wasn't Maybe that wasn't as
good as I remember how I'm feeling. Shit, All right,
let me give you number four. Let's say trying to
be the party pooper.

Speaker 2 (08:09):
I understand the importance of a schedule towards the end
of the season, when you're starting things see things play
out because these games are of high importance. I get
all that, but again, what are you predicting the future here?

Speaker 1 (08:20):
What do we always say it's sports funny? This is
not Bill Bird, this is not Louis C. K or
Dave Chappelle or Chris Rock.

Speaker 2 (08:29):
Hey, it doesn't matter what my opinion is rich because
the reality is people freak out.

Speaker 1 (08:33):
So let's say true. Let's stay in Pennsylvania. The Pittsburgh
Steelers had one where if you could get Debo to
laugh with a dad joke, take a look at the
Pittsburgh Steelers one. I think this is pretty good.

Speaker 3 (08:49):
Uh.

Speaker 1 (08:50):
They told their players if they can make de ball laugh,
they could see the schedule early. And there he is,
superstar James Harrison. You have to make Harrison left? Okay?

Speaker 5 (09:01):
With thee of the pony asked for a glass of water, Debo,
because it.

Speaker 1 (09:06):
Was a little horse jet flies, you might get this
one receding airline.

Speaker 2 (09:14):
Would not get that explained to Joe the hair the
hair thing.

Speaker 1 (09:18):
We'll just go to the next one. No, no, we're
not doing what do you call a horse that goes
next door?

Speaker 3 (09:24):
The name?

Speaker 1 (09:27):
Can y'all give me some better questions? This one Philadelphia
eagle eagle like the legal bruh. He's not lasting because
the receding hairline is like airline. But you're saying I
would did it because well, just I feel like you
know a lot of people with hair disabilities. I think
they've done a great job playing these out. Yeah, so Steelers,

(09:52):
you a great, good one.

Speaker 2 (09:53):
Yeah, you know, I'm actually impressed because, like you sort
of insinuated before, sometimes athletes are really stiff and they're
not funny. They seem very natural having funny in that moment. Yeah,
now you know, now I'm watching it, maybe I should
have rated it higher. Number three I'll give to America's team,
the Dallas Cowboys. They sort of pranked fans from each

(10:15):
team by facetiming them. Like when they play the Giants,
they just FaceTime Eli Manning and he's like hello, and
like it's just sort of like a FaceTime prank.

Speaker 1 (10:24):
Maybe this one didn't land either. Jerry Jones is with fans.
Jake Paul Answers, I'm a part of one of these things.

(10:44):
So they just go through like celebrities and notable people
that are fans of the teams they're playing.

Speaker 3 (10:49):
Right, Hello, they don't the wrong number.

Speaker 1 (11:01):
So they just sort of prank people that are fans
of the teams they're playing. Hi everyone, So anyway.

Speaker 2 (11:10):
Cowboys number three, all right, because here's the other side story,
you know, The other side story is, yeah, you know,
what has great for Cowboys fans, like the thing that
everybody else is super pumped about it.

Speaker 3 (11:24):
I don't.

Speaker 1 (11:25):
I don't know about that. I feel like I feel
like I'm a comedian that's getting the crickets. But here's
out though. It also points out that these might be
funny things that you laugh out while you're doing the
bull scroll or like by yourself, but these might not
be shareworthy, like, bro, you, that's.

Speaker 2 (11:42):
Called relative proximity funny. And yeah, when you're bored on
the bowl by yourself, Yeah, it might be the funniest
thing going. Well this one, but you got no other
option in that moment.

Speaker 1 (11:52):
This one even made the realms of like TMZ and
all you know, Google News, So number two, people love this.
I thought it was good, but people love that. They
did a whole skit with Julian Edelman and got a
lot of press. He is, uh. It's a playofful Goodwill
hunting for the Patriots schedule. Yeah and Gronk, and Gronk's

(12:15):
in it too, So it's a bunch of legendary Patriots
in a skit.

Speaker 5 (12:18):
On the campus of one of the NFL's most storied teams.

Speaker 1 (12:22):
All right, here we got listen up.

Speaker 4 (12:23):
Hey, This theorem on the board right here will help
us predict our schedule.

Speaker 5 (12:26):
We've been working on it the last two years.

Speaker 1 (12:29):
Hopefully one of you guys in here can prove it right.

Speaker 5 (12:33):
The most gifted mind to ever enter the stadium, this
is correct. Who did this? Is the person who cleans
its floors?

Speaker 1 (12:54):
Meet jewels hunting, jewels hunting.

Speaker 2 (12:57):
A dumb senius is on parallel Doski's voiceover.

Speaker 5 (13:01):
Guy, We've got to get the rest of the schedule.

Speaker 2 (13:03):
You're telling me that this kid cracks the code that
it took the whole off season to come up with
the art of.

Speaker 1 (13:11):
But anyway, that's that's the one that's getting a lot
of props the Patriots, and I think number one, but I.

Speaker 2 (13:16):
Give my uh place, Jeane Ciscol, you know why.

Speaker 1 (13:23):
Here's why. Okay, here's why.

Speaker 2 (13:25):
And I'm not the king of comedy. It's not me
and Steve Harvey and said with danentertainer. But I think
in today's world where you want bam bam, bam bam,
and you're on TikTok like make me laugh, make me laugh,
make me laugh, funny, funny, funny, you want things.

Speaker 1 (13:37):
To hit quick. That felt like it dragged a little bit,
I know. Or again maybe in this setting. This setting,
I'll tell you what, there's a different setting. And here's
the lesson to be learned. Look at this, we're teaching
you guys. Shit, when you're watching something sitting by yourself,
those dead spots don't feel the way they do when
you're showing a friend. That's true, he's right and rich

(14:00):
isn't wrong.

Speaker 2 (14:01):
That's extremely viral and all of this is extremely popular.

Speaker 1 (14:05):
That's why we're talking about it right now.

Speaker 2 (14:07):
But that's why the question to you Fox Sports Radionation
is are they overboard or awesome.

Speaker 1 (14:12):
With these releases? And again I'm saying maybe both.

Speaker 2 (14:15):
It could be both, but I'm saying the product is awesome.

Speaker 1 (14:19):
The reactions are overboard. Yeah, see, great example. Like I said,
we're learning lessons. When you show your buddy something, it's
got to be like ten seconds. That's true.

Speaker 2 (14:30):
It's hard to show your friend like by the way,
the art of threes, isn't it? The art of threes
where you're only supposed to pick three pictures of your kids,
three pictures of your puppy, three videos that you'll like.

Speaker 1 (14:39):
But here's the thing, showing your buddy, y'all, look at
this ten second TikTok clip is way different than hey, dude,
watch just three minute Patriots video. I mean we're being
overly critical. Of course, we are so very funny watching alone, right,
showing your buddy. Maybe not? And the number one answer,
Number one I think has to be the San Diego

(15:01):
I mean Los Angeles Chargers. They did a SIMS version
of their schedule, but when I tell you, they clowned
on everyone. Literally week one, they're playing the Bronco of
the Raiders and they cousin.

Speaker 2 (15:16):
They did it in SIMS cartoon form, animated form. They
were able to get away with more.

Speaker 3 (15:20):
Maybe.

Speaker 1 (15:20):
Yeah, they made fun of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelcey.
They made fun of you. They turned the Raiders actually
into clown. Yeah, they did a They made fun of
Steelers and Justin Fields and Russell Wilson together, so you
can just watch a second of it. They do this
whole bit. They left all the other teams in the

(15:48):
pool without a ladder, turning a Raiders fan into an
actual clown for week one, the Steelers. Week three they

(16:12):
have Russell Wilson and then Justin Field shows up too,
and they're like, what.

Speaker 2 (16:16):
The hell see again pushing the envelope here? And I
bet if you look back a lot of Easter eggs,
there's Taylor Swift. Yeah, there's probably a lot of stuff
we're missing. So Week three, I guess the chiefs.

Speaker 1 (16:28):
But I think one of the takeaways is that we
live in a world where I guarantee today's the biggest
day for all these social media directors that are either
getting pats on the back or high fives or or
did you do better if you're on these list of
like worst ones or best ones. You don't think that's
like pun intended the super Bowl for these social media people. Yeah,

(16:49):
it's like it's a big deal. Like if everyone's saying, man,
you know who sucked the Titans. The Titans social media
director is being told today like what the fuck? Well, now,
if you're the Patriot It's social media team or the
Chargers today you're getting pats on the back, like you
have good job, Johnson. I'll give you a Brent Rambo.
You know Brent Rambo is get on the on the computer. Yeah, Chargers, you.

Speaker 2 (17:13):
Get the you get that because you pushed the envelope
and I think you got away with more because you
did it in cartoon form.

Speaker 1 (17:21):
I think someone should have incorporated Brent Rambo into their
schedule release. I gave all of them pretty much a
Brent Rambo. Imagine if they incorporated all the social media
people over our life into into the release.

Speaker 2 (17:34):
Like, by the way, Brett Rambo's a famous gift nowadays.
He's a little kid of spiky hair and he just
gives the thumbs up, looks like Brian Buzzwer you've been
seeing I see nowadays. It's been a gift for like
fifteen years. All right, So that's your NFL schedule. It
is a big deal. I'm not trying to rain on
anyone's fun and excitement for the season to come. But

(17:55):
I don't think the schedule matters all that much until
you start well proving yourself, like as a contender, and
then who are you playing down the stretch?

Speaker 1 (18:02):
You know what it's like, Buddy, It's like, uh, every year,
Oh there's Brett Ramba. I'll tell chargers that give you that,
I'll tell you what it's like, Buddy. You look at
week nine Sunday or Monday night football now, much like
your favorite nineties pop rock fan Toadwitz, Rocket, the NFL
has good intentions. The intention is like, let's get the

(18:24):
matchups that all the fans and people want to see.
But what will happen is like last year with the Jets,
they lose Aaron Rodgers or the Bronco stink when they
thought they were gonna be good. And sometimes you can
look at the schedule and say, dude, I can't week
for Week eleven, it's gonna be Chiefs Bills. Probably know
one of those teams shits the bed and it doesn't
have that safe.

Speaker 2 (18:42):
The NFL does a great going it, yeah, and it
usually does pan out to be like, wow, how did
they do that?

Speaker 3 (18:48):
Man?

Speaker 2 (18:49):
So hey, the NFL schedules are out football fans getting pumped,
and you got to give the NFL credit to for
again making these overboard and awesome, because you know, we're
in the middle of the NBA playoffs. Yeah, all right,
Baseball season's eating up. There's a big fight this weekend,
fury Usik, and we're sitting here talking about the NFL.

Speaker 1 (19:08):
We're talking about we're talking about an actual schedule opposed
to the actual sport exactly.

Speaker 2 (19:12):
That's amazing in itself. That's how crazy we are for
the NFL for football here on the senior our show
Fox Sports Radio in this Country.

Speaker 1 (19:20):
Now, we started talking about this earlier on today's Fox
Sports Radio show, but we didn't get to dive into
it enough. The announcer, Dan Hennessy Covino is a big
fight fan, as you know. This is the guy that
announced a woman's fight and he declared the wrong person victorious.

Speaker 2 (19:39):
It wasn't just a woman's fight. Let me explain briefly. Okay,
this was a title fight and the champion, her name
is Nina Hughes, was fighting challenger Cherika Johnson, who's from Australia.
So the hometown woman fights her heart out and earns

(20:01):
the belt. The announcers Joe Tessitur, Timothy Bradley, everybody at home,
everybody knew that. Wow, Trinika Johnson just upset the champion
and she's gonna win the belt in her hometown in Australia.

Speaker 1 (20:13):
So this is gonna be a wonderful moment. This is
cool as what the crowd came here to see.

Speaker 2 (20:18):
Right, And this guy, Lieutenant Dan Hennessy, already flumped earlier.

Speaker 1 (20:24):
In the night. You already missed something up earlier and
you hear the reference, he read the scorecards incorrectly.

Speaker 2 (20:30):
Yes, and when he announces the bantamweight championship title belt,
he just messes up the whole thing.

Speaker 1 (20:40):
And by the way, Na Tomorrow, who had that ninety
eight ninety two scorecard, will be the referee for Womachenko
five ninety five, Chile scores a competition ninety six ninety four.

Speaker 3 (20:53):
Don Gamora ninety eight ninety two for your winner, Barber Jority.

Speaker 1 (20:57):
Fighting out of the carter? Is this guy real? Wow?
Is this guy Lieutenant Dan Hennessy for real?

Speaker 2 (21:12):
So he announces Nina Hughes the winner, only to come
back and about a minute later to be like wait,
and he doesn't even say I messed up, He just
redoes it. The announcers are confused, everybody at home is confused.
I'm like, wait, what just happened? And then he says, no,
my bad. Basically, Trinika Johnson, who you came here to

(21:34):
see she won?

Speaker 1 (21:35):
I ruined the moment.

Speaker 3 (21:36):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 1 (21:37):
It's a Steve Harvey, a Warren baby at the oscars.
There have been people that have messed up. But the
follow up story.

Speaker 2 (21:44):
No, please don't fast forward yet. Okay, what you didn't
hear there is Joe Testitur tear him a new as
who he Testa tore him up. It was absurd the
way he got into Dan Hannah see and and even
Timothy Bradley's like, Yo, I'm dead what just happened? That's crazy? Yo,
what's going on here is ridiculous. He basically said, what

(22:07):
sort of what sort of ridiculous moment is? It was
his amateur get this guy out here? Where's James Lennon Jr. Yeah,
where's Michael Buffer or one of my favorites, Joe A. Martinez?
You know why this dude he ruined the moment and
Testitur didn't hold back at all, And that led into
a lot of other criticism from other people on social media.

(22:28):
And then we got the update that boxing announcer Dan
Hennessy retires after naming the wrong winner. No longer the
world's punching bag. So he put out a public statement
and release that he's retired. He's done because he was
getting destroyed. And again I'm not saying Testa Tour is wrong,
but he opened up the floodgates when he didn't hold

(22:50):
back in that moment.

Speaker 1 (22:53):
Yes, and he's no longer the world's punching bag. He
thanks everyone for their support, but the backlash was too much,
so he said, you know what, I messed up. I'm out,
I retire, I'm done.

Speaker 2 (23:04):
So the announcer throughout a sudden sort of announcement, and
that leads us to other times people knew.

Speaker 1 (23:13):
When to walk away and admit it, well it's over.
I don't know if they knew it took away, because
some of these are awkward, like let's let's get right
into it. Let's let's say, uh, Antonio Brown. I know
it wasn't that long ago, but I think we forget sometimes.
How embarrassing. Remember he just took his jersey off and
sort of like dancing through the end zone. He's like,
I'm done.

Speaker 2 (23:32):
Remember what did but again left with that same feeling
of confusion, like WHOA.

Speaker 1 (23:35):
What happened here? I look at Mike Evans trying to
be like, dude, don't do it. What's going on? Took
off his stuff and remember he started like doing jumping
jacks of the m zone.

Speaker 2 (23:45):
There's that fine line of you know, going out on
your own terms and being an embarrassment, and here's a
little bit of both. Actually, So Yeah, ab that was
a weird one. He just called it quits right then
and there.

Speaker 1 (24:01):
Oh so odd. But I remember thinking there's no coming
back from that. That's it. That's what Tonio bro with
his uniform. We are told the middle of a game, Wow,
running out of the field. Talk about distracting damn. You know.
It also comes to mind football wise. I believe it
was Vontae Davis on the Buffalo Bills. He retired at halftime. Remember,

(24:25):
He's like, I just don't got it anymore. In fact,
I just have the fighting guts. I'm not going out
in the second half. I'm done and he and he
just retired at halftime.

Speaker 2 (24:34):
Again, you know, just sort of trying to hold on
to some dignity, I guess, and knowing when to say when,
or just having a realization.

Speaker 1 (24:43):
I don't know what's going on in that moment. You
have audio of one of his teammates. Was it a
Lorenzo Alexander Take a listen to this. This is him
talking about Vonte Davis. Have you seen anything like that?
And you're never seen it ever?

Speaker 4 (24:54):
Pop Warner high school college pros, never heard of and
never seen it, And it's just completely disrespectful to his teammates.
Did he say anything to you, Ain't said nothing to
nobody he left?

Speaker 1 (25:09):
Yeah, you know as.

Speaker 4 (25:10):
Much as I know, I know, I found out going
in the second half.

Speaker 1 (25:13):
Of the game.

Speaker 2 (25:13):
Yeah, but you know what, some people like everybody's different, right.
Some people get married and they find that person. Other
people are like, when you know, you know, trust me,
when you know you know. Maybe some people hit a
point and it's not like they planned it out that
way when.

Speaker 1 (25:32):
They knew, they just knew.

Speaker 3 (25:34):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (25:35):
I'm just trying to figure it out and understand it myself.
But another one that comes to mind for me, and
there's an explanation to it, is the classic Roberto Duran
calling it quits against sugar Ain Leonard with the no moss.
Was it really just he was like, I've had enough, right,
he had enough of sugar Ain Leonard clowning him around.
He was a rageful, prideful guy and he was being

(25:56):
clowned around by an annoying sugary Leonard suy Lap just
an annoying fighter, and he was getting to a menta
He's like, this guy doesn't want to fight, Yeah, quit
a fight and hands of stone right there got so
much criticism till this day, and he still says though
he never said no muss, that just became the story.

Speaker 1 (26:19):
No more, I'm done. Let me throw one more at you.
I know this is your favorite one.

Speaker 2 (26:23):
This is my because you know why, Rich This is
often how I feel when I'm socializing, when I'm out
in about. It could be a company party, could be
a gathering, little get together, someone's birthday party.

Speaker 1 (26:36):
I'm having fun.

Speaker 2 (26:37):
I'm in the moment, but something hits me like that
it's time, and I'm like, yeah, it's you know what,
it's time. And I either pull an Irish exit or
I call it a Mexican exit, or it's a BCORD dipway,
or I do this.

Speaker 3 (26:52):
I'm pretty tired. I think I'll go home now.

Speaker 2 (26:59):
Yeah, just like that, right in the middle of it
first comes no reason. I'm done running, no reason.

Speaker 1 (27:06):
I just know my timeson was done.

Speaker 2 (27:08):
And I feel that way, and I I'll do whatever,
Like I'll play some ica, the song will be on
it like we're running in it, plays some air guitar,
and just float my.

Speaker 1 (27:15):
Way out the door and just try to leave.

Speaker 2 (27:18):
No based on what you're saying before everyone sees me
like tired or sleepy.

Speaker 1 (27:22):
Here bro Yeah, I'll see you guys later. I'm tired
now that. See you guys over promises.

Speaker 2 (27:32):
This weekend, furyousic, enjoy the fights. See you in the
over promised land.

Speaker 1 (27:41):
He was done.
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