Bader Show: Pat Smith, Frank Beasley, Cam Caffey, And Tom Lawlor

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On this episode of The Bader Show Bader and Nomad are joined by Pat Smith, Frank Beasley, Cam Caffey, and Tom Lawlor.

Order of Show

0:02 Pat Smith’s wrestling background

0:07 when did Pat Smith develop a love for training?

0:08 Pat Smith’s introduction to Greco and developmental career

0:15 mustache talk

0:16 developing Greco skills in the US folkstyle system

0:19 Greco hot beds

0:22 Nomad and Pat Smith are basically the same guy

 

0:23 Pat Smith asks Frank Beasley where “Be Uncommon” comes from

0:25 Beasley’s quarantine beard

0:26 Beasley’s wrestling background

0:29 Beasley’s parent’s used wrestling to motivate him in other things

0:30 high school wrestling for Frank Beasley

0:32 Beasley’s college career

0:35 How did Beasley become such a good recruiter?

0:39 Getting from Bloomsburg to Buffalo to Binghamton to NC State to George Mason

0:45 Learning from Pat Pop

0:46 When did Beasley know he could be a head coach?

0:47 how has coaching changed during Beasley’s career?

0:50 why should top athletes go to George Mason?

 

0:53 Frank Beasley asks Cam Caffey what he knows about Centralia High School

0:56 growing up wrestling in southern Illinois

0:57 Caffey’s pin streak

1:00 When did Cam know he would wrestle in college

1:06 Caffey’s top schools as a recruit

1:08 The many phases of Cam Caffey’s hair

1:13 Cam’s expectations coming into college

1:16 Caffey’s expectations for himself now

1:17 How Cam feels about this season

1:21 Cam Caffey can zero in during matches

1:24 Does Cam Caffey think during his matches?

 

1:25 Cam Caffey asks Tom Lawlor about his most important MMA development

1:29 How focused was Lawlor on wrestling?

1:31 Did Lawlor know how big MMA would become?

1:33 Why did Lawlor want to fight?

1:34 The entertainment side of MMA

1:36 Lawlor’s development as an entertainer

1:40 the point of entertainment is to draw you in

1:43 It’s more fun to be a heel

1:45 Antics to get the crowd on your side

1:47 why is it more fun to be a heel in pro wrestling?

1:49 how much input does the organization have about how Lawlor entertains?

1:52 extreme crowd reactions to Lawlor

1:55 Lawlor’s final word on why amateur wrestling is so great

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Every year since the inaugural event in 2013, Penn State has had at least one future wrestler competing at Who’s #1. While that's impressive, it's not necessarily surprising considering the recruiting hall Cael Sanderson and co. at State College bring in every year. This year is no different with one already signed recruit and three more potential recruits that have shown interest in PSU. 

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It will be a classic Pennsylvania-Ohio showdown when Jagger Condomitti and Victor Voinovich square off at Who's #1 for the nation's top spot at 152 lbs. It will be the second time Voinovich has appeared at Who's #1 while the top-ranked Condomitti will be making his first appearance at the prestigious event. 

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