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Jersey here's senator Rick Jackson Greg.
How many guys -- bring in for this this camp.
Well -- I'll panic come down at various times I think -- mark -- right behind me and so is Keith Jardine becoming tomorrow.
But now we're all when teams that we just -- the guys all the way through it definitely helped out.
What kind of camaraderie is is just George train under win.
We're all Brothers and and we don't fight each other girl out to help each other so we have this real deep level of commitment to each other help and make them better I really think that shows.
When it's time for the guys who.
To score on George how are they going to go all out.
-- -- -- -- everybody tries to get each other we have a dynamic in and all of our gyms where it's cooperative and competitive so you have this balance where.
Your cooperating which are also competitive and one is too far out of line you -- crew -- constantly -- this line.
Make sure that everybody's trying to get each other.
But afterwards -- helping each other so it's very and nervous is -- this night.
-- is always nervous -- but that's good you know -- if you guys who were confident in and supremely you know calm and serene.
You wouldn't have that -- editor -- you fired and that's very important that.
Obviously an MMA fighters are some of the most well trained well -- in the world but have you come across a guy like Jersey Pierre you know come across and all India.
No not at all he's amazing not -- just because his physical attributes which you know speak for themselves.
But it's really it is mental acuity it's news ability to -- state -- a bullet humble with all these pressure on him.
So -- just what he's wanted to knowing he's an amazing amazing guy.
-- you as a trader.
Deal with a guy who's so good so well rounded so famous makes a lot of money how do you stay humble when you're training some elect him.
Well you know it's easy for me to stay humble because I'm really not that important a -- I'm mind.
I'm in the background you know I've put the game plans together a little bit and showed the specific moves in and it's really -- -- to him I mean -- My part I think it is not nearly as large as his Parcells very easy for me to stay humble.
What's Georgia's greatest strength besides that mental acuity besides the physical aspects mean is it is motivation is -- -- drive to win.
I think it really is I think it is very competitive and he's able to stay hungry and that's the real key is a lot of times people get -- that situation they wanna sit back.
And rest on their laurels but he's not one of those guys he always wants to get better -- always wants to improve and I think that's a real powerful.
Two holding gas in his arsenal.
What do Georgia's straits while he's fighting is every round you could come out and be totally different fighter -- Attack a totally different part of the body would totally different techniques how many plans a BCD do you guys -- -- a fight with.
You know that is update him it's kind of complicated issue.
We have a structure.
That we gave him these are things that you want to do these are the things he don't wanna do here's what you do when he does this is particularly is that within that structure the artist has to be able to work.
So you have your tethered -- it.
But within that structure you're able to move around the BJ Penn fight is a great example of that once I saw that it would BJ -- We were able to out kick box him.
I wanted to take that away from BJ Penn so even our game plan was to take him down.
In the second round I probably the second round I called -- kick -- more because mentally I want to be dependent know that he couldn't win.
At that point kick box so he was gonna try to get up from the guard it was gonna be no better form of that starts a breaking process -- that was something that we did on the fly a little bit you can he would sort.
Once you see where the fight is going so there's a little bit about it adaptation stuff.
But mostly pretty -- stakes of the game.
You guys George -- and you you talk about breaking a guy.
What is the most important aspect of breaking the opponent isn't finding his strongest point and then destroying it.
Now it's finding his -- what's called a safety zone and that's a place so when he's in trouble he goes to.
It could be a -- -- -- -- -- data can be kick boxing wherever he feels comfortable and safe and then you have three ways again around the you can either avoid it.
Nullify it or smash it.
And so depending on the game plan you you take one of those tenants in and use that.
What's the -- -- out as a safe safety zone I can't say that yet but hopefully will be able to exploited and and move around.
It's got great legs obviously but George said he's most dangerous what is left thought.
The left hook is big weapon and actually has left me as well when you're trying to get inside when you head goes inside the shoulder -- very good bringing that left me out.
And left look at really what does the most damage a lot of people look at that right leg kick and it's dangerous but has really knock anybody out -- -- etc.
that left hook and your -- -- -- be very carefully.
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