Of Wolf and Wang: Robb Wolf kills 700lb elk with primitive weapons!!
That’s right folks: Andy Wang is back!
But before hall-of-famer Bob “The Thriller” Carson hosts former Team Penn and Team Pulver member Andy Wang to the show, internationally known lifestyle and nutrition expert Robb Wolf returns for an interview you may want to listen to more than once because the information within it could alter your outlook on athletic performance, dieting and even life iteself.
That’s a bold claim, but those familiar with Robb’s role as a high-profile member of the “paleo” movement know that he speaks clearly and persuasively on a range of issues relating to improving overall health and well-being. Robb might be best known to fans of MMA for “changing the life” of former UFC LHW champion Forrest Griffin in “The Crazy Monkey”‘s own words, but Wolf’s work as an author and advocate can be applied to many areas of life beyond athletics.
In fact, Robb has been hard at work expanding his empire of primitive structures and loosely affiliated tribal groups on several fronts – including a spot on a new reality TV show, “I, Caveman” (also featuring Morgan Spurlock of “Super Size Me” fame), where he took down a nearly 700lb elk using the ancient weapon known as the “atlatl” in what may be the largest kill made with it in literally tens of thousands of years.
Hearing the story of how Robb provided for his entire cave family for months using only darts is worth tuning in for alone, but this interview touches on a massive range of other subjects too numerous to list fully – including the trend for UFC fighters adopting vegetarian diets and whether the health benefits they experience will ultimately diminish, misconceptions about training and performance that still dominate some camps in the world of combat sports, parallels between the paleo lifestyle and libertarianism and so much more. If you haven’t heard or read anything by Robb Wolf yet we DARE you to listen to this interview and not be impressed!
Most shows would be happy to bring you one information-rich interview with a world-renowned expert in a supremely important field, but regular listeners know Carson’s Corner is not like most shows. In addition to Robb and Bob, skilled grappler and standup striking fan Andy Wang walks into the ring to go another 15 rounds of moderately hard verbal sparring.
What’s been going on with Andy, the de facto leader and big brother of Taiwanese MMA? Will he ever bring his crowd-polarizing style back to the professional circuit after a period of focusing on other ventures? How goes his personal journey to master fighting under Marquess of Quinnsberry Rules, AKA “no kicks or takedowns”?
Whether you think of Andy Wang as a standup warrior trying to put on a show or simply an excellent grappler with a crippling attachment to certain striking techniques, this memorable TUF 5 contestant is always worth listening to and may win you over if given the chance!
Check out this informative, frequently hilarious and occasionally SHOCKING episode by clicking the link below.