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Heavy Hands Ep. 8: Interview w/ Lyte Burly

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What's up, BE! We got a huge jump in downloads thanks to having our last episode, the UFC 167 breakdown with Dallas Winston, posted on the front page of BE. But don't let the simple fact that this episode is merely being brought to you in fanpost form dissuade you: we've got a really great interview with one of the best personalities in martial arts, and a true pioneer of a style most people don't even know exists.

That's right, Lyte Burly is our guest today, and he has lots of great philosophies and stratagems for his fighting style, 52 Blocks, a martial art that was developed in the prisons of New York in the 70s and 80s. Lyte tells us why 52 is essential for producing balanced boxers, and also analyzes some old school boxers who espoused the principles of the art, whether they knew it or not.

Follow this link to find our show on iTunes, where you can rate/review us, and subscribe for automatically updated future episodes.

Or, if you hate Apple, simply go to this page for the direct download, as well as a link to our RSS feed.

And, of course, you can listen to the episode in full on our website. Simply click here.

Many thanks, let us know what you think, and enjoy the show! Don't forget that next week's episode is a very special interview with UFC welterweight contender Matt "The Immortal" Brown. We're psyched, and hopefully so are you. Don't miss it!

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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