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Heavy Hands is a combat sports podcast with a focus on technique, training, and all the finer points of face-punching. Find us in the iTunes store, or on

Customer Reviews

Good Podcast

I listened to Heavy Hands before when it was just Conor and some part timer. I like Conor, but it’s better when he has a dedicated co-host to work off of. Patrick Wyman is a great choice as a co-host. I know he does some other podcasts, and they’re good…but nothing like this. Conor’s the perfect co-host for a guy like Pat too.

Pat’s good, but he has that tweedy intellectual to him. I know he tranes and he’s not just some pencil pusher, but he still has a bit of that to him. Conor’s a great counterweight to that, he comes off like a guy with some real “cock and balls” to him…a man’s man. Like when Pat does a show with that Zane Simon or Mike Fagan, they seem like nice guys…but to me they kinda come off like a couple of needle necked pickle sniffers. This is cage fighting we’re talking here, not golf. Reebush is a great contrast to the guys that overthink everything with his “grunt and fart” style. He comes off a guy that can still appreciate facing the pain.

Superb Analytical Breakdowns & Discourse

Extremely knowledgeable, well rounded and supremely insightful. An excellent tool for students and coaches alike when taking a look at the very small idiosyncratic workings that are often overlooked when unpacking what goes on in a fight, how styles shape such, and what can be expected and actively realized when watching a fight. Connor & Patrick are a perfect combination for truly in-depth analysis. You won’t be wasting your time.

Good stuff

An mma podcast with actual content specifically targeted for students of the game. If you want to learn more about the sport this is the way.

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