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  • Justin is very interesting.

    賈斯汀是非常有趣的。

  • Fighting fighter is very exciting about his last fight.

    格鬥家對自己的最後一場比賽非常興奮。

  • I was very impressed.

    我印象非常深刻。

  • It was great performance.

    這是偉大的表現。

  • You know how to wrestle how to kick out toe punch here.

    你知道怎麼摔跤怎麼踢出腳尖拳在這裡。

  • Good experience, but same time, I feel I'm gonna make him tired.

    好的經驗,但同時,我覺得我會讓他很累。

  • Bond, I'm gonna finish this guy.

    邦德,我要幹掉這傢伙。

  • This is my opinion, you know?

    這是我的意見,你知道嗎?

  • But I'm ready for all around, you know, alot five round war, but my goal on this fight make him target and choke him out.

    但我已經準備好了,你知道,很多五回合的戰爭, 但我的目標在這場比賽中,使他的目標和扼殺他。

  • Justin, what's your reaction right there?

    賈斯汀,你的反應是什麼?

  • Toe Habib saying that he's gonna choke you out.

    Toe Habib說他會把你掐死的

  • Yeah, there's no pain in there.

    是的,那裡沒有痛苦。

  • I'm not scared of that.

    我不害怕這個。

  • All that is is Ah, nice little dream.

    所有的一切都是啊,美好的小夢。

  • So there's nothing there.

    所以那裡什麼都沒有。

  • I'm going in there to create damage.

    我要去那裡製造破壞。

  • Assumes I chopped his legs up a few times.

    假設我把他的腿砍了幾下。

  • He's not gonna be ableto you know, explode like he wants to to get to my legs.

    他不可能... ...你知道的,他不會像他想的那樣爆炸來攻擊我的腿。

  • Get to my hips were not gonna be on the fence.

    到我的臀部是不會在圍欄上。

  • He's gonna be in a world of hurt once I touch a couple of nerves in his legs.

    一旦我觸動了他腿上的幾根神經,他就會大傷元氣。

  • Just appreciate you being on the show.

    只是很感謝你上節目。

  • I'm a huge fan of yours.

    我是你的忠實粉絲

  • Talk to me about this B B could be even to make a medal is 28.

    跟我說說這個B B甚至可以讓獎牌是28。

  • And so what is it about him, in your estimation, has left him undefeated.

    那麼在你的估計中,他又是什麼原因讓他不敗的呢?

  • And what is it specifically that you think you could do that nobody else has been able to do when it comes to him?

    而具體到他身上,你覺得你能做到什麼,別人都做不到?

  • I mean, shoot, You know, time will tell.

    我的意思是,拍,你知道,時間會證明一切。

  • I don't.

    我不知道

  • This guy 28 0, he beats everybody the same exact way.

    這傢伙28歲,他用同樣的方式打敗了所有人。

  • He is very dominant, very superior in, um, his ability to put you against the fence and use the fence, Um, to get you to the ground.

    他是非常有優勢的,非常優越的,嗯,他的能力,把你的柵欄,並利用柵欄,嗯,讓你到地面。

  • Unfortunately for him, I've been training the same thing as he has for as long as he has nobody.

    不幸的是,我和他一樣,只要他沒有人,就一直在訓練。

  • Nobody is a wrestler.

    沒有人是一個摔跤手。

  • Nobody's a graph where nobody's been wrestling as long as he has.

    沒有人是一張圖,沒有人像他一樣摔跤這麼久。

  • Hey has outworked everybody.

    嘿,已經超過了所有人。

  • He's fought except for me.

    除了我之外,他都打過。

  • And that's what I bring Justin.

    這就是我給賈斯汀帶來的東西。

  • Ever since early UFC, what we saw was that the B.

    從早期UFC開始,我們看到的就是B。

  • J.

    J.

  • J and wrestling was necessary.

    J和摔跤是必要的。

  • That background was necessary.

    這種背景是必要的。

  • And when American wrestlers figured that out and they could add striking and, you know, ground and pound and stuff, they started being very successful.

    當美國摔跤手想通了這一點,他們可以增加打擊,你知道,地面和磅擊之類的東西,他們開始非常成功。

  • You have a wrestling background But really, you're known as a striker.

    你有摔跤的背景,但實際上,你被稱為前鋒。

  • How did that happen?

    怎麼會這樣?

  • How did you go from a wrestling background to being so effective as a striker?

    你是如何從摔跤的背景,到作為一個前鋒如此有效?

  • It's Yeah, you know, I would say it's, uh, my athletic ability.

    是啊,你知道,我會說這是,呃,我的運動能力。

  • You know, I played every sport.

    你知道,我玩過所有的運動。

  • Football was my favorite sport.

    足球是我最喜歡的運動。

  • I was a quarterback in high school, was a pitcher in high school.

    我高中時是四分衛,高中時是投手。

  • Throwing the ball is the same.

    扔球也是一樣。

  • Mechanics is throwing a punch, and I hit so hard.

    機械師在出拳,我打得好辛苦。

  • And that's because, you know, I've been working on the mechanics of throwing a punch without knowing it since I was a child throwing the ball.

    那是因為,你知道,我從小時候扔球的時候,就一直在研究出拳的技巧,不知不覺就出拳了。

  • Me and my dad played catch, you know, almost every week, every day.

    我和我爸玩接球,你知道,幾乎每週,每天都在玩。

  • This dude was you know, my twin brother didn't have the same energy as me.

    這傢伙是你知道的,我的雙胞胎兄弟沒有我的能量。

  • So he had to get out there and be my, uh, be my play buddy.

    所以他必須出去做我的,呃,做我的玩伴。

  • I think anybody going up against you knows better than standing in front of you and trying to just swing blows and go blow for blow to make a metal.

    我想任何人跟你對決,都比站在你面前,只想揮舞著拳頭,去吹吹打打地做個金屬。

  • Used the word choked for a reason because he plans on wrestling You.

    用哽咽這個詞是有原因的,因為他打算和你摔跤。

  • I know you talked about that being your background, but you've got 19 knockouts in your career.

    我知道你說過這是你的背景,但你的職業生涯中已經有19次擊倒。

  • If I remember correctly, talk to me about how you're going to go about the business off taking him out as opposed to just getting in a wrestling match with them.

    如果我沒記錯的話,跟我說說你要怎麼去幹掉他,而不是僅僅和他們進行一場摔跤比賽。

  • That's not what you want to do, is it?

    這不是你想做的,是嗎?

  • No.

    不知道

  • No, I've, uh I've used my wrestling my entire career to keep this standing.

    不,我,呃... ...我已經用我的摔跤我的整個職業生涯來保持這個地位。

  • Uh, the quickest way off of Matt was to pin somebody the quickest way out of the fighters to knock somebody out.

    呃,馬特最快速的方法是把某人釘在牆上 最快速的方法是把某人打倒。

  • I don't get paid by the minute.

    我的工資不是按分鐘計算的。

  • I get paid by the match.

    我是按比賽來付錢的。

  • Eso I'm in there to finish it as quick as possible.

    所以我在那裡儘快完成它。

  • How do you use your wrestling to stay standing up?

    你是怎麼用摔跤來保持站立的?

  • What do you mean by that?

    你這話是什麼意思?

  • Yeah, So, you know, taking somebody down is just important is not getting taken down and wrestling, you know, using your hips thio to sprawl to scramble.

    是啊,所以,你知道,採取別人下來只是重要的是 沒有得到採取下來,摔跤,你知道,用你的臀部hio爬到爭奪。

  • Um, those air just as important as being able to shoot a good double Laker or throw a good lap drop.

    嗯,這些氣勢和能夠投出一個好的雙湖人或者投出一個好的圈速一樣重要。

  • Um, in an American wrestling, you are rewarded for getting out for escaping.

    嗯,在美式摔跤中,你只要逃出去就會得到獎勵。

  • So again, I've been working on that for for a very long time, so it's like wax on wax off.

    所以,我又在這方面努力了很久,所以就像蠟上蠟下。

  • You were working on things you didn't even realize that you were working on, and now it's coming in handy.

    你在做一些你都沒有意識到的事情,現在卻派上了用場。

  • But I wanna ask you about about Habib's kind of aura of invincibility.

    但我想問你關於Habib的那種無敵的光環.

  • 28.

    28.

  • Now you know, 18 inside the distance.

    現在你知道了,18號內的距離。

  • Best pound for pound fighter in the world.

    世界上最好的拳手。

  • How do you overcome that?

    你是如何克服的?

  • Psychologically going in there?

    心理上要進去嗎?

  • You said you're not scared of a little dream if you get choked out.

    你說你被人掐死了就不怕小夢了。

  • But how do you overcome that kind of aura he has in your own mind as you prepare for the fight?

    但是你在準備戰鬥的時候,如何克服他在自己心中的那種氣勢?

  • No, nobody is unbeatable.

    不,沒有人是無敵的。

  • Nobody's infallible.

    沒有人是無懈可擊的。

  • Um, I was 18 to know, and I was I was, you know, undefeated at one time as well at 18 fights.

    嗯,我是18歲知道,我是... ...我是... ...我是,你知道,不敗的一次以及在18場比賽。

  • That's not that's not a small amount of fights to go undefeated in this sport.

    這在這項運動中,能不敗的比賽並不多。

  • Had seven amateur fights.

    有七場業餘比賽。

  • I was 25 on my 1st 1st 25 fights.

    我第1個25歲的時候,就已經25歲了。

  • So you know, he, uh, he would be a fool to think he's available.

    所以,你知道,他,呃,他將是一個傻瓜認為他是可用的。

  • He knows he's not.

    他知道自己不是。

  • He knows he could be beaten.

    他知道自己可能會被打敗。

  • That's why, uh, you know, everybody's so nervous.

    這就是為什麼,呃,你知道,每個人都這麼緊張。

  • The sport is unique.

    這項運動是獨一無二的。

  • This sport is not like football not like basketball, not like Gulf.

    這項運動不像足球不像籃球,也不像海灣。

  • There's so much on the line.

    有這麼多的線上。

  • Um, you know, you represent your family.

    嗯,你知道,你代表你的家庭。

  • And when when someone loses, you know your family feels it, it's Ah, there's there's repercussions to losing, you know, not only financially, but, uh, as far as your health.

    而當有人失去時,你知道你的家人感覺到了,它是啊,有有失去的影響,你知道,不僅在經濟上,但,呃,遠在你的健康。

  • You know, football is so dangerous, but there is a team out there to support you.

    你知道,足球是如此危險,但有一個團隊在那裡支持你。

  • Once you step in the octagon, it's you and you alone.

    一旦你踏入八角籠,就是你,只有你一個人。

  • And, um, he will understand that he, you know, I know he's human, and he will understand that he's human assumes that fight starts.

    而且,嗯,他會明白,他,你知道,我知道他是人類,他會明白,他是人類假設戰鬥開始。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • I mean, you were fearless against Ferguson.

    我是說,你對弗格森無所畏懼。

  • You took that on short notice.

    你在短時間內就把它拿走了。

  • T k o him and a lot of people thought Ferguson had the best shot at handing him his first loss.

    T k o他,很多人認為弗格森有最好的機會讓他第一次失利。

  • So now you're you're up for the challenge here, but I want to ask you about a quote.

    所以,現在你... ...你在這裡的挑戰, 但我想問你一個報價。

  • I saw that you said to Mike Tyson that I find really interesting.

    我看到你對邁克-泰森說的話,我覺得很有意思。

  • You said that you would rather lose by knockout in a crazy fight than win by decision.

    你說過,你寧願在一場瘋狂的比賽中被擊倒輸掉,也不願意在決定中獲勝。

  • How do does that mentality prepare you when you head into the octagon?

    當你進入八角籠的時候,這種心態是如何準備的?

  • Yo, um, I do not worry or think about things that are there out of my control, preparation, nutrition, sleep and work.

    喲,嗯,我不擔心也不去想那些有的沒的事情,準備、營養、睡眠和工作。

  • And, uh, you know how hard I work When I step in that gym every single day is the only things that are going to play a factor when I step into the octagon.

    而且,呃,你知道我的工作有多辛苦 當我每天踏進健身房的時候 是唯一的事情,將起到一個因素 當我踏進八角形。

  • So when I step in there, I do not worry about anything other than those very, very few things.

    所以,當我踏進那裡的時候,除了這些非常非常少的事情之外,我不擔心任何事情。

  • And it makes me, you know, comfortable.

    這讓我,你知道,很舒服。

  • It allows me to be okay with whatever the outcome is, as long as I do my best then and I do not, you know, and I represent myself and my family to the fullest.

    這讓我可以不管結果如何,只要我當時盡了最大的努力,我不,你知道,我代表我自己和我的家人,盡最大的努力。

  • Then I have nothing to lose in there.

    那我在裡面就沒有什麼可失去的了。

  • Alright, I know you're focused on the Maga met often.

    好吧,我知道你的重點是馬加爵經常見面。

  • We have to let you go.

    我們必須讓你走。

  • So I need a Yes.

    所以我需要一個 "是"。

  • No answer here.

    這裡沒有答案。

  • But I gotta ask you Connor McGregor said he would butcher you.

    但我要問你,康納・麥格雷戈說他會殺了你。

  • Could we potentially see gaity McGregor in the future?

    我們有可能在未來看到gaity麥格雷戈嗎?

  • Oh, he's fighting at 1 70 now.

    哦,他現在的戰鬥力是170。

  • So he's irrelevant.

    所以他是無關緊要的。

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

Justin is very interesting.

賈斯汀是非常有趣的。

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