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Larson meets Carson at a career crossroads
Time-length-icon 1h 9m
Publish-date-icon September 11, 2011
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Brock Larson made a name for himself in the MMA world with an incredible 12-1 streak of fights between 2006 and 2009, including a stint as one of the most dominant champions in WEC history.

Now, after a recent upset loss to Eric Davila in under 10 seconds which shocked fans and analysts alike, Larson has come to a critical point in his career. Will he regain the form which brought him the title? What happened against Davila that caused such a quick KO, and can anything other than "keep your hands up" be learned from such a fight? Is he someone who needs to come out and take control from the opening bell in order to fight most effectively? Did any of his setbacks cause him to feel like he had lost his way as a fighter? Larson joins Carson in this candid and honest interview which sees him spell out where he think things went wrong and how he plans to get back on track.

In addition to discussing the future of his fight career, Brock takes some time to reflect with Bob on his background and greatest in-ring moments. Would he seriously have hurt Kevin Knabjian if their fight hadn't been stopped as Carson suggests? How much damage has the movie "Fargo" done to the reputation of Brainerd natives internationally? This may be the most complete interview of Larson's career courtesy of hall-of-fame host Bob Carson.

After talking to Brock and giving his thoughts on the weekend's Klitschko-Adamek/Strikeforce events, Bob welcomes Grandmaster Frank Dux back to the show for an update from the martial arts ambassador. What has "The Secret Man" been working on since he and Bob last sat down together? Carson and the kumite champ handle business as usual!

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