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“Settle your Grudge” is awesome bad

There are several levels of bad acting. There’s Kirsten Dunst level, bad porno level, and then the dreaded late 90’s video game voice acting level. But none of it really compares to the shit you’re about to see in this little preview for “Settle your Grudge”, a poorly produced ‘fight reality’ show from the Gracies.

  • Big D D

    Iron ring, now this…. wow I can’t wait for Tito’s shitty show too. I love poorly produced MMA shows!

  • Fightlinker Jackal

    Cocaine’s a hell of a drug….

  • steve24

    Hate to admit it, but I actually kinda want to see the fight now.

  • clint notestine

    This show looks genocide bad. I’d rather watch Dan Lauzon dance in a robe 24/7 than watch this show.

  • winklepicker

    Can I get a copy of the theme music? Cause that shit is tiiiiight. Shucks.

  • HexRei

    umm… this looks scripted as hell.

  • Lifer

    the phrase ‘bullshucks’ comes to mind after watching this one. it makes my heart hurt.

  • dragomort

    lol, my respect for UFCs production values, music, etc has just shot through the roof.

  • subconscience

    This is what I found & pasted from cage potato:


    Hey, we are getting tons of attention and that is a good thing! Look, I know the trailer seems as if we threw it together quick, and I will admit that is exactly what we did. The Trailer was intended for a rough cut idea for media and broadcast execs only and ended up on the official website so we can direct those individuals to it for viewing purposes.
    Again to all, we did not “steal,or rip off” anyones idea. Lets face it, Mr.Draven could have had an “idea” long ago and thats great but just because he says he thought of it first means nothing. Its unfortunate that Mr. Draven apparently couldnt get his concept off the ground and we did. We will continue to produce this show and look at your comments and try to read constructive critics views on all this but I can promise my bet
    will be that all of you will tune in when the show is in final cut. Again, we had the idea on our own and do not steal properties that belong to others. Please be patient and watch the show, it might be violent and even “tarded” but we know why everyone loved the original UFC and that was just pure crazy violence, but we all loved it anyway, remember? We will bring back the good old times and just plain ol’ good entertainment. For those of you who think we suck or should get our asses kicked,,,I say this….If you still feel so strongly about that after watching the show come down to the office and we can “talk about it” or sign you up to fight, whatever floats your boat! Dont knock it til you try it! Thank you all for the hype!!! Dan Frenkel/producer “SYG”

  • fightlinker

    “everyone loved the original UFC and that was just pure crazy violence, but we all loved it anyway,”

    I’ve tried to go back to the original UFCs and they’re fucking terrible. Out of shape dopes half the time, either hurting eachother, getting subbed by JJ guys, or wrestlers and JJ guys stalemating for hours

  • danaunclefesterwhite

    The original UFCs (1-5) were one giant infomercial for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. After everyone saw that ground grappling worked the best in NHB after Royce Gracie was fed a bunch of cans who weren’t really experts in their martial art anyway, guys would start training in BJJ like crazy and collegiate wrestlers would enter the sport in droves as they finally had a way to make money off their sport. As a consequence of this display of Gracie propaganda, everyone bought into the BJJ and wrestling hype and the quality of striking was always inferior to grappling in MMA. Notice how many great collegiate wrestlers and slick BJJ guys are in MMA compared to the many sloppy, wild punching strikers with poor technique. Even Anderson Silva, as skilled as he is by MMA standards, wouldn’t hack it in professional Muay Thai. Chuck Liddell is an amateur boxer skills wise and yet he’s billed as a world-class striker. Strikers in MMA have watered-down striking skills generally.

    It’s easy to understand why boxers think MMA is a ground fighting sport with watered down striking skills. They look at Chuck Liddell and think that MMA is a sport that fighters go to when they can’t hack it in boxing. And unfortunately, it does look like a lot of strikers in MMA are either brawlers with amateur skills or guys that just couldn’t hack it in boxing, K-1, kickboxing, muay thai or some other striking martial art. That’s why Cung Le is such a breath of fresh air in this sport. My fear with seeing all of these kids starting with cross-training right away to get into MMA is they’ll be mediocre in all skills, not an expert in anything except for collegiate wrestling and maybe (if the McDojo phenomenon doesn’t end up killing it) BJJ. MMA needs to get away from the McDojo route and needs to bring in more guys who start out experts in one discipline and then cross-train afterwards like BJ Penn and Cung Le.