a "Beasting" is an initiation tradition taken from the UK Training Groups.
the initiate has to fight continuously for multiple rounds, every minute facing a different (and fresh) Dog Brother (aka 'a Beast') Lonely Dog had 15 rounds of it!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_Brothers
Soccer is known worldwide for its passionate fans, and every soccer-mad country has its hooligans who get sloppy and start brawls. But in Russia, these hooligans are trained, organized, and brutally violent.
These organized gangs of hooligans, referred to as “firms,” are becoming more prominent around the country. At the European Soccer Championship last summer, violent clashes in Marseilles showcased the professional fighting prowess of Russian hooligans.
Russia hosting the World Cup in 2018 has put pressure on law enforcement to crack down on the “firms,” who put close to 30 England supporters in the hospital after the 2016 Euro Cup.
VICE News correspondent Ben Makuch reports from Russia ,where he meets with some career hooligans. Despite having the support of some people in the government, the gangs anticipate significant disruption to their activities in the coming months.
Kyokushin Karate and Judo Hybrid Martial Art Kyokushin Budokai Kyokushin Karate is a form of full contact or knockdown karate. Generally competitions are fought using bare knuckles with hand strikes to the neck and above forbidden. It is known for being the most effective traditional martial arts in K1 and MMA.
Judo is a modernized version of the traditional Japanese Jujutsu systems. It is known for its throwing and grappling techniques.
Efforts to combine techniques from these two systems started as early as the 70s prior to today`s modern MMA.
Kudo Daido Juku is the version with the big "fish bowl" helmet.
How to make Kudo famous really fast: Do the following type of event, perfect for audience and television. It'll start as internet phenomenon, and get incredibly hyped! -> a TEAM COMPETITION, exactly like in Judo! 5 Fighters or more face each other, one after another. Each Victory means 1 point. The team with more points wins in the end. -> PERFECT TIME for the audience and it's a DIFFERENT TYPE OF EVENT than UFC and sets itself apart. -> it gets some PATRIOTISM if it's a Match between countries. Japan vs Russia for example. -> MUSIC & SLOW MOTION REPLAY like at current Judo competitions. -> A very EMOTIONAL COMMENTATOR is crucial! -> the commentator has to CATCH JUDOKA/BJJler by naming there techniques ("OMG what an devastating Kata-guruma!!!" "Wow did you see that Hadaka-jime/Lion-killer-choke?!?!") -> blend in INFOS & FAVOURITE TECHNIQUES about each fighter before each fight, and only put on helmets on the mat immediatly before the fight starts. -> use the "karatekid/martial art-hype" by simultanous bowing and impressive opening ceremony -> encourage athletes to SHOW EMOTIONS after victory! The audience has to feel it's sth big Next to sharing the whole event online, do an impressive 5 minutes summary video with without spoilers at the beginning, but with emotional commentator who's naming each technique and with slow motion replays. This can get really big! Copy this if you want Kudo to be famous!
Karate Champ 1984
Yie Ar Kung-Fu 1985
Street Fighter 1987
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior 1991
Mortal Kombat 1992
Virtua Fighter 1993
Killer Instinct 1994
Mortal Kombat 3 1995
X-Men vs. Street Fighter 1996
Tekken 3 1997
The King of Fighters '98 1998
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes 2000
Super Smash Bros. Melee 2001
Soulcalibur II 2002
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 2003
Def Jam: Fight for NY 2004
Soulcalibur III 2005
Virtua Fighter 5 2006
Street Fighter IV 2008
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger 2009
The King of Fighters XIII 2010
Mortal Kombat 2011
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 2011
Dead or Alive 5 2012
Injustice: Gods Among Us 2013
Killer Instinct 2013
Guilty Gear Xrd 2014
Tekken 7 2015
Mortal Kombat X 2015
Street Fighter V 2016
The King of Fighters XIV 2016
Injustice 2 2017
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite 2017
Dragon Ball FighterZ 2018
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 2018
Samurai Shodown 2019
Mortal Kombat 11 2019
Evolution of Fighting games 1984-2019
Ric Flair and Roddy Piper are the oldest wrestlers to become tag team champions when they won the belts in 2006. Flair was 56 and Piper was 52. It also marked the last championships either man held in their illustrious careers.
The move was inspired by Rocky Balboa movie in 2007 when a fifty-something Rocky came back to face the boxing world champion Mason Dixon.
Just take a look at the top two fighters in the “dream” match that never happened.
Bobby Gunn vs Shannon Ritch $100,000 winner-take-all, one-on-one side bet Bare-Knuckle Fight that will never happen!
The longtime face of BKB is Bobby Gunn, a very legit but way past his prime 44 years old pro boxer with a boxing record of 23–7–1 (20 KO) and 1 no-contest who lost his 4 last pro fights (3 against middle age ex-world champs).