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Student-Athletes Get 'Light, Deep, and Raw' In New Podcast About Their Lives: "Facts only"

The former Blue Eagles coming at ya raw, real, and unfiltered.
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We've seen them make waves on the court. Now, they’re about to sound off on what you don't usually see when it comes to playing in the collegiate spotlight.

Three-time UAAP champion King Eagle Thirdy Ravena reunites with Ateneo teammate Anton Asistio for some unfiltered discussions with their newest podcast entitled “No Cap”.

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Together with Marc Salandanan, former captain of the Ateneo Golf Team and UAAP juniors basketball player, as well as sportswriter Colin Salao, Thirdy and Anton will bare details about student-athlete life in college.

Explaining the name, “'No Cap' is an American slang for ‘wag mo akong bullsh*tin,'” the new recruit for Japanese team San-en Neophoenix said.

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The MPBL player added: “This is no BS, straight to the point, facts only.”

According to the pair, they spent a lot of time coming up with their brainchild podcast, which aims to educate sports fans about the real life of student-athletes.

“Nothing’s given. You have to work for everything that you do, we’ll see how athletes go about their days,” Asistio said.

“We’re gonna tell stories, hear a lot of stories of struggle and success. May matutunan tayo,” Ravena added.

Using their spare time at home during the quarantine, as well as a push from their influential platforms, the two hope that the new audio show would be a bracing bit of fresh air in the middle of the pandemic.

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Salao added: “It’s gonna be both light and deep, and raw.”

Supporters can expect more revelations as the "No Cap" pod will have a few athlete guests who will share their stories as well.

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This story originally appeared on Spin.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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