Posted On:11/24/2007 1:38am
Barely watchable LARPfest, or insight into interesting martial art and training methods?
Posted On:11/24/2007 1:42am
Style: Muay Thai n00b
It sucked. I switched channels to Ultimate Fight Night on Spike and a rerun of the Bruins game.
Posted On:11/24/2007 1:45am
It like several of the other episodes, they have done appears to be putting down the system of Silat.
Posted On:11/24/2007 2:32am
I kind of like the human weapon show, but this episode sucked! I was actually looking forward to the 6 on 1 fight but that was gay!
Putting the "ow" back in "flowery technique"
Posted On:11/24/2007 2:50am
Style: CMA, MT
I think that, by far, this is the most uninteresting episode they've made.
Posted On:11/24/2007 3:44am
Style: Pekiti, ARMA, other stuff
This episode makes me want to stop admitting I do silat in public
Monkey Knife Fight!
Posted On:11/24/2007 3:59am
This episode was horrible with no redeeming qualities. As for the fight at the end I had no real idea what was going on, and it looked completely worked.
Posted On:11/24/2007 4:11am
Style: Muay Thai
so I guess I shouldn't bother downloading this one?
Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
Posted On:11/24/2007 4:20am
Style: Wrestling, Judo, MMA
I can see why they would of chose Bill to be in the final fight challenge thingy in the end. If i recall correctly, he was a professional wrestler and this was obviously all a work. it looked like a fixed fight with some bad sell jobs(and being a former pro wrestler it's easy to spot the selling). the episode in general was pretty weak compared to the sambo and mma shows. it's funny how they have some really good episodes followed by a really bad one but it was still fun to watch jason get his ribs smashed with cray roofing tiles.
Last edited by akuma25; 11/24/2007 5:04am at .
Reason: finishing a point
Posted On:11/24/2007 4:58am
It almost amazed me that Bill and Jason could keep a straight face as they explained how deadly and amazing everything was when they both knew it wasn't.
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