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Monday, March 02, 2009
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with the legendary matchmaker, promoter, announcer, and martial artist, our old friend and colleague John Perretti. Beginning with this show, John will be a senior correspondent on No Holds Barred and appear frequently.
In a lengthy discussion, we begin by analyzing the awesome and beautiful fight held this past Saturday involving lightweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez and Juan Diaz. We then branch out to discuss boxing technique in general, how most of the commentary on televised boxing shows fails to explain this technique properly, the role of Bruce Lee, the techniques and cultures of boxing and mixed martial arts, the technical deterioration of mixed martial arts, how mixed martial arts is not run like a sport should be, and much more.
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