Anthony Robles is still going strong

by | Sep 1, 2020 | Short Time | 0 comments


Anthony Robles won the 2011 NCAA Division I championship at 125 pounds for Arizona State University. Since then, he's been a visible personality on television with the Pac-12 Network and ESPN, a motivational speaker, and a record-breaking athlete. 

On Episode 616 of Short Time, Robles chats about his next venture, The Unstoppable Podcast, which will launch in October on

The show kicks off with a quick recap of Minnesota's #1 and some chatter about the recent drama involving Flowrestling and one of its former employees, Willie Saylor. 

Robles interview starts at 17:00.  

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