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  • ABC was the home of combat sports.

    ABC是搏擊運動的主場。

  • We're talking Ali.

    我們說的是阿里。

  • Sugar Ray Duran.

    Sugar Ray Duran.

  • What does it mean to you to have the UFC airing on the network?

    UFC在網絡上播出對你意味著什麼?

  • Yeah, obviously we're on fire right now.

    是啊,顯然我們現在很火爆。

  • So, uh, for ABC to want us on the network and Aris And not just for us, but for the fighters.

    所以,ABC希望我們上電視,還有Aris... ...不僅僅是為了我們,也是為了戰士們。

  • Like you were saying, You know, I used to watch it all the time.

    就像你說的,你知道,我以前一直在看。

  • ABC s Wide world of sports All the big fights were on there.

    美國廣播公司的《體育世界》所有重要的比賽都在那裡。

  • Ali, Sugar Ray.

    Ali, Sugar Ray.

  • And for these kids to get this opportunity to showcase what they have on ABC is such a big deal to us.

    而對於這些孩子來說,能有這個機會在ABC上展示他們的作品,對我們來說是一件大事。

  • Let's talk about the kids, then they because Holloway, maybe he should still be champ, right?

    讓我們來談談孩子們,那麼他們因為霍洛威,也許他應該還是冠軍吧?

  • And he's fighting a guy we just showed.

    而且他正在和一個我們剛剛看到的傢伙戰鬥。

  • The clip caters, uh, you know, elbow against Stevens.

    這個片段迎合了,呃,你知道,肘擊史蒂文斯。

  • When I saw that at first I thought it was a straight right hand.

    當我一開始看到的時候,我還以為是右手直拳。

  • The elbow was thrown like, perfectly.

    肘部被拋出,完美。

  • If you got the back view, I thought these were two guys who like to stand up and fight.

    如果拿到後視鏡,我還以為這是兩個喜歡站著打架的傢伙。

  • What should fans expect in the main event?

    粉絲們應該對主賽場有什麼期待?

  • You are absolutely right, Max.

    你是絕對正確的,馬克斯。

  • They are both mean nasty.

    他們都是卑鄙下流的人。

  • You have the number one rated guy in the world former world champion.

    你有世界排名第一的傢伙 前世界冠軍。

  • Many people think he one of the last fight and still should be championed, including himself.

    很多人認為他是最後一戰,還是應該拿冠軍,包括他自己。

  • Max Holloway taking on Calvin Cater, who is ranked number six.

    麥克斯-霍洛威對陣排名第六的卡爾文-卡特。

  • Hungry, Mean, nasty.

    飢餓,卑鄙,下流。

  • Knocks people out.

    把人打暈了。

  • And you know, when we got asked to go on the ABC, I was so thankful that this was the main event.

    你知道,當我們被邀請上ABC的時候,我很感激這是主要的事件。

  • It's gonna be a good one, Dana.

    這將是一個很好的一個,達納。

  • Always a pleasure to have you on the show, buddy.

    很高興你能來參加節目,夥計。

  • When you think about the UFC, obviously you guys are doing a phenomenal job and we think about God's with box office appeal.

    當你想到UFC的時候,顯然你們做的是現象級的工作,而我們想到的是上帝的與票房的吸引力。

  • I mean, the Connor McGregor's of the world obviously come to mind along with various others.

    我的意思是,世界上的Connor McGregor's顯然是和其他各種人一起想到的。

  • Could you just rewind the clock just a little bit and speak toe what he has meant for the sport?

    你能不能把時間倒退一下,說說他對這項運動的意義?

  • The UFC in light of all the things that have happened since then because it just seems like even though it was growing and growing and growing throughout the years when he went up against Mayweather, it took the popularity of the sport.

    UFC鑑於自那時以來發生的所有事情,因為它只是看起來即使它正在成長和成長和成長的整個幾年,當他對陣梅威瑟時,它採取了這項運動的普及。

  • It appears to another level.

    它似乎到了另一個層次。

  • Could you speak to that for a second?

    你能說一下嗎?

  • Yeah, I agree.

    是的,我同意。

  • He's a massive superstar, and that was obviously ah, global massive fights, the biggest paper view of all time.

    他是一個巨大的超級巨星,那顯然是啊,全球大規模的戰鬥,最大的紙面觀感。

  • It's the biggest combat sports paper view of all time.

    這是有史以來最大的戰鬥體育紙觀。

  • And not only did did he helped, you know, growing the sport in the United States, but throughout the rest of the world, throughout the UK, Europe, Australia, Connor McGregor is is a massive superstar for us.

    不僅沒有他幫助,你知道,成長的運動在美國, 但在整個世界其他地方,整個英國,歐洲,澳洲, 康納麥格雷戈是一個巨大的超級明星為我們。

  • So how do you do that, Dana?

    那你是怎麼做到的 Dana?

  • Because when I look at the UFC and you and I have talked about it like you're a boxing fan, who is, I'm not gonna make all the mistakes of boxing made.

    因為當我看到UFC和你我已經談論它,就像你是一個拳擊迷,誰是,我不會犯所有的錯誤拳擊犯了。

  • I'm gonna do the opposite of that and and you've done it.

    我要反其道而行之,而且你已經做到了。

  • But one of the things it seems to me you've done is you've taken the best of the N B A in the sense that it's a star driven sport and the NFL in the sense that, of course, it hurts when you lose a big star.

    但在我看來,你所做的一件事是,你把NBA最好的東西拿出來了,因為它是一項明星驅動的運動,而NFL則是,當然,當你失去一個大明星時,它是很痛苦的。

  • But it's really the brand that people respond Thio.

    但真正讓人響應的是品牌Thio。

  • They know they'll beam or stars, and it's really more about the brand than any individual.

    他們知道自己會大梁或明星,這其實更多的是品牌而不是任何個人。

  • Was that conscious for you?

    那是你的意識嗎?

  • Did you have that plan and How do you juggle the two on the one hand, promoting these individual stars, like the MBA and the brand Like the NFL?

    你有這個計劃嗎,你怎麼兼顧這兩方面,一方面推廣這些個人明星,比如MBA,另一方面像NFL一樣推廣品牌?

  • Well, they go hand in hand.

    好吧,它們是手拉手的。

  • Really?

    真的嗎?

  • What happens is when you have the UFC, which is, you know, a star.

    發生的事情是,當你有UFC,這是,你知道,一個明星。

  • And it's all right, You know, you have this massive brand, and you have all these superstars that live inside the brand.

    而且它的所有權利,你知道,你有這個巨大的品牌, 你有所有這些超級明星,生活在品牌內。

  • It goes hand in hand, and they helped build each other.

    攜手並進,互幫互助。

  • You take a guy like Connor, um, and he comes into the U S.

    你把一個像Connor這樣的人,嗯,他來到美國。

  • C and starts to work his way up, starts to build his name.

    C,並開始努力向上,開始建立自己的名字。

  • Fans started.

    粉絲們開始。

  • He has that thing, that thing, that it factor.

    他有那個東西,那個東西,它的因素。

  • And as he starts to become a massive superstar, more and more people, um, learn about the UFC.

    而隨著他開始成為一個巨大的超級明星,越來越多的人,嗯,瞭解UFC。

  • But the UFC helped build him.

    但UFC幫助他建立了。

  • So it really goes hand in hand.

    所以真的是手足無措。

  • Dana, when I look at you, I mean, I want to get a little bit personal here from just talking about you for a second.

    丹娜,當我看著你,我的意思是,我想得到一個有點個人在這裡 從只是談論你一秒鐘。

  • Do you realize that you are one of the biggest stars in the UFC?

    你知道你是UFC中最大的明星之一嗎?

  • When people talk about the UFC, they talk about you.

    當人們談論UFC的時候,他們會談論你。

  • You ain't in a you in the octagon wrapping a belt around somebody when all is said and done.

    你不是在八角形裡的你... ...當所有的事情都說完了之後... ...在別人身上纏上一條腰帶。

  • But when they talk about you, when they talk about the UFC, they talk about you, and I believe I know the reason why.

    但當他們談論你,當他們談論UFC,他們會談論你,我相信我知道原因。

  • Max, you can chime in with this, too.

    麥克斯,你也可以在這上面做文章。

  • If you agree, if you agree or disagree with me, you know that Dana White is gonna make sure people have get to see the fights that they want to see, which is a challenge in the sport of boxing.

    如果你同意,如果你同意或不同意我的觀點,你知道Dana White會確保人們有機會看到他們想看的比賽,這是拳擊運動的一個挑戰。

  • That doesn't appear to be the case in the UFC.

    在UFC中似乎並沒有這種情況。

  • Do you ever take a moment, Dana, to really reflect on it and think about things in that fashion?

    你有沒有花點時間,Dana,真正地反思一下,用這種方式思考問題?

  • Well, just like I was saying, You take all the big superstars and you take the powerful brand of the UFC.

    就像我剛才說的,你把所有的超級巨星都帶走了,你把UFC這個強大的品牌帶走了。

  • I'm the guy that's involved in every fight.

    我是那個每次打架都要參與的人。

  • I'm the guy that's out promoting every fight.

    我是那個為每場比賽做宣傳的人。

  • I'm the guy that's telling you why this fight on Saturday night on ABC is gonna be so good.

    我就是那個告訴你為什麼週六晚上ABC電視臺的這場比賽會很精彩的人。

  • And why you should whatever other plans you had you were thinking about doing, you shouldn't do because you should be home watching this fight.

    為什麼你應該不管你有什麼其他的計劃,你想做的,你不應該做,因為你應該在家看這場比賽。

  • I'm that guy and I'm aligned with all of them.

    我就是那個人,我和他們都是一致的。

  • So, you know, it makes sense.

    所以,你知道,這是有道理的。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Since day one.

    從第一天開始

  • Dana.

    Dana

  • Dana, let me ask you Go ahead, Max.

    Dana,我問你,你說吧,Max

  • Go ahead.

    去吧

  • Sorry, Molly.

    對不起,莫利。

  • In terms of Connor McGregor getting back to McGregor for a second.

    在康納-麥格雷戈重新回到麥格雷戈身邊的時候,一秒鐘。

  • What would be your dream scenario from here on out for Connor McGregor and the UFC?

    康納-麥格雷戈和UFC的夢想場景是什麼?

  • Well, this Connor McGregor that's gonna fight next Saturday is the Conner.

    下週六要打的康納-麥格雷戈就是那個康納 Well, this Connor McGregor that's gonna fight next Saturday is the Conner.

  • That's fun.

    這很有趣。

  • The Connor that I love to be around fight week, the Connor that I love to see, uh, get in there and fight on fight night.

    我喜歡的康納,我喜歡在比賽周, 我喜歡看康納,呃,在那裡得到和戰鬥的夜晚。

  • He's motivated.

    他的動機。

  • He's focused.

    他很專注。

  • Um, you know, he has plans for the rest of the year.

    嗯,你知道,他有計劃 在今年的其餘時間。

  • This kid is saying that he wants to go in, He's going to show us all something we've never seen next Saturday night.

    這孩子說他想進去,下週六晚上他要給我們大家展示一些我們從未見過的東西。

  • And then he wants to fight two more times this year, if that is true.

    然後他還想在今年再打兩場,如果這是真的。

  • And Connor does continue on this path and he fights two more times this year, he's going to fight for a world title.

    而康納確實在這條道路上繼續走下去,今年他還會打兩場,他要去爭奪世界冠軍。

  • And you know, if he wins on Saturday and he will defend it, so it would be it would be a great year.

    你知道,如果他週六贏了,他會捍衛它,所以這將是它將是一個偉大的一年。

  • We can't wait to see Connor.

    我們等不及要見康納了。

  • We can't wait to see Saturday, ABC, Alright.

    我們迫不及待地想看到週六,ABC,好吧。

  • I let Mexico because I wanted thio change topics here for a second.

    我讓墨西哥是因為我想在這裡換個話題。

  • Dana.

    Dana

  • Obviously huge.

    顯然是巨大的。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • A fan.

    一個粉絲。

  • Huge combat, sports, boxing.

    龐大的搏擊、體育、拳擊。

  • We know this, and people probably think of you as a West Coast guy also, but you're actually East Coast.

    我們知道這一點,大家可能也認為你是西海岸人,但其實你是東海岸人。

  • You're a Boston guy, and you are a huge football fan.

    你是波士頓人,你是一個巨大的足球迷。

  • I don't know if everybody at home knows this die hard New England Patriots.

    不知道國內的人是不是都知道這個新英格蘭愛國者隊的死忠。

  • Um so please tell me, Dana, how has this year been for you?

    嗯... ...所以請告訴我,戴娜,如何有 今年一直為你?

  • You could go anywhere you want with this Tom Brady and the bucks.

    你可以去任何你想去的地方 與這個湯姆布雷迪和雄鹿。

  • Your patriots.

    你們的愛國者。

  • What is on your mind?

    你在想什麼?

  • Yes, I'm a Patriots fan of the end.

    是的,我是愛國者隊的終結者球迷。

  • When we flew over here on Fire Island, I had a had a Patriots hoodie on and I was getting tortured at the airport.

    當我們飛到火島的時候,我穿了一件愛國者隊的連帽衫,我在機場受到了折磨。

  • Everybody was like, What do you do with this on?

    每個人都說,你穿上這個做什麼?

  • I said, I'm living in the past.

    我說,我活在過去。

  • You know, I'm a Patriots fan, but I am a huge Tom Brady fan, too.

    我是愛國者隊的球迷,但我也是湯姆-布雷迪的忠實粉絲。

  • And obviously, I'm pulling for the bucks.

    很明顯,我是在拉錢。

  • The Patriots aren't in it.

    愛國者隊不在其中。

ABC was the home of combat sports.

ABC是搏擊運動的主場。

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