Tag: sports interviews

  • Big Arms and Aging: The Ever Popular Ric Drasin, host of Ric’s Corner on YouTube is Back to Talk that and More

    For weight training enthusiasts, maintaining big arms as one begins to enter midlife and beyond, makes for an interesting topic. There is no one better to talk about that than golden age bodybuilder and frequent CYInterview guest Ric Drasin. The host of the popular YouTube show Ric's Corner is back to discuss that subject, as well as reflect on some golden age bodybuilding stories. Featured columnist Jay Bildstein joins us for this segment. Speaking of big arms, Ric told us during our discussion that bodybuilding legend Dave Draper once told him, "Don't over train your bicep. It'll turn into a peanut." Having big arms is often a goal, stated or not, of people who lift weights.

  • Keeper of the Bodybuilding Faith, Ric Drasin, Host of the Popular YouTube Show Ric’s Corner is Back: Talks about Working Out and Injuries, His Illustrations and His Book The Time of My Life

    Some people head to the gym for a workout every day. Lamentably, some of those folks will end up hurting themselves during their workout. What might possibly be some ways to avoid hurting yourself in the gym? To gain some insight into this topic, we welcome back none other than bodybuilding legend, former pro wrestler and the host of the popular YouTube show Ric's Corner, Ric Drasin to answer that question. Mr. Drasin and featured columnist Jay Bildstein have an interesting discussion about working out. Back in the day, Ric spent time training with bodybuilder supreme, Hollywood box office star, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as countless others at the legendary Gold's Gym. Ric has the kind of experience, when it comes to working out, that most of us will never have.

  • Dan Severn 2016, Dan Severn Book

    Former UFC Champion/NWA World Champion Dan Severn Back to Discuss His Upcoming May 5th MMA/Kickboxing Event, More

    Over the last year on CYInterview, we’ve had the opportunity to speak, on a number of occasions, with one of the greats of MMA, amateur wrestling and professional wrestling. He is none other than Dan “The Beast” Severn. The former UFC Champion and NWA World Champion is back with us to talk about his upcoming MMA/Kickboxing event in Auburn, Indiana on May 5th. If you cannot attend the live event, you can watch Dan Severn’s Danger Zone MMA event online for $10. You can find more information about the upcoming Cinco De Mayhem event at www.facebook.com/dangerzonemma.

  • Coach Mike Leach’s Washington State Cougars Take the Field This Saturday: Not Your Typical Spring Football Game

    Division 1 college football teams across the country are having their annual spring football game. This coming weekend, Washington State head football coach, NY Times bestselling author and CYInterview regular Mike Leach’s Cougars will take the field to show their fans the first glimpse of their 2017 football team. We speak with Mike about what he hopes to get out of the scrimmage this weekend and what the Cougars fan base can expect from the event. Coach wants to see a high tempo game. The Washington State Cougars have their team scrimmage this Saturday, April 22nd, at 5:00 PM Eastern. You can watch it on the Pac 12 network.

  • Guardian of Bodybuilding’s Golden Age, Pro Wrestling School Owner/Teacher/Wrestler Ric Drasin Comments on Goldberg Getting Into Ring for Wrestlemania 33 after Decade Plus Layoff, More

    With WrestleMania 33 tomorrow, one of the card’s headliners, Bill Goldberg, spoke recently about the challenges of coming back to professional wrestling after a 12 year layoff. Goldberg will be taking on Brock Lesnar, at the event, for the WWE Universal Championship. To comment on the impact of getting back into a professional wrestling ring after more than a decade absence, we welcome back pro wrestling school owner/teacher/wrestler Ric Drasin for some analysis. Beyond professional wrestling, the host of the popular YouTube show Ric’s Corner is also a bodybuilding legend, actor, author and artist among other talents. In this segment, which featured columnist Jay Bildstein takes part in, Ric also gets into his recovery from knee replacement surgery, as well as sharing an interesting story involving his good luck.

  • The Final 4 is On: Get Some Insight Here

    We are a few days away from the Final 4 of the NCAA Tournament. It will take place in Arizona. By Monday evening April 3, we will know who has won this years National College Basketball Championship. The remaining teams in the field are Gonzaga, Oregon, North Carolina and South Carolina. For some analysis on who is going to win the National Championship, we welcome back the Editor in Chief of CYInterview and sports commentator Chris Yandek. You may recall he predicted all three games correctly in this year's College Football Playoff [see here].

  • Five Under the Radar Teams Worth Considering in the NCAA Tournament

    With only hours to the start of the NCAA Tournament, many may be focused on the top seeds which we analyzed yesterday [see here]. However, there are some schools from each of the four tournament regions that have a shot at getting to a Final 4 and even winning the National Championship that people are not focusing on. We welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for some analysis on what teams he thinks are under the radar. Those surprise teams in the NCAA Tournament we take a look at are Notre Dame, Florida, Iowa State, Purdue and UCLA. Chris believes all these teams have a legitimate chance at going deep in the tournament.

  • Strike Up the Band, The Big Dance is on: A Look at Top NCAA Tournament Seeds

    The consensus among college basketball experts is that numerous teams have a chance to be the national champion this year. With March Madness officially underway, we welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for a discussion on the one and two seed teams. We discuss Villanova, North Carolina, Kansas and Gonzaga who are the one seeds. We also analyze the two seeds which are Arizona, Kentucky, Louisville and Duke.

  • Washington State Head Football Coach Mike Leach Swings by to Discuss March Madness and MLB’s Opening Day; Gives Insight into Recruiting for Football, More

    The NCAA Tournament field has been announced. Baseball season is right around the corner. College football season is six months off. For sports fans, every year is a rotating buffet of compelling competitions. Washington State head football coach Mike Leach always has interesting analysis on football. Yet, he is such an insightful individual that we thought we would bring him back to comment on the beginning of the Major League Baseball season, as well as March Madness. Coach is currently on his Spring Break vacation in Key West, where he spends time during the offseason.

  • On Edge on the Eve: Bubble Teams Still Waiting Out Selection Sunday Fate, We Discuss

    Tomorrow evening, 68 teams will hear their name called and find out who their first round opponent will be in the 2017 NCAA Tournament. For a few teams, there is still uncertainty on whether they will be called or not. For the last installment of bubble teams 2017, we welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for his analysis on schools that still might make the NCAA Tournament. In past years, the announcement of the teams has delivered a surprise that was on nobody’s radar. We discuss whether a few long shots have a chance to get into the field. We cover the following bubble teams: Syracuse, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, USC, Kansas State, Indiana, and Illinois State.