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I finally watched Fight Quest on the Discovery Channel. I have to admit it is an exact knock off of Human Weapon. However, that doesn’t mean I won’t watch it. The episode I watched turned out to be just as good.The only drawback is that one of the guys, Doug, is tough but whines a little too much for my taste.
The episode that I watched was on Kyokushin Karate and it once again reminded me of the practicality of the martial art when people train with combat in mind. This is as realistic as you can get without hitting each someone in the head with fists and takedowns. Knees, kicks and punches are legal. I was heavy into Mas Oyama’s Okinawan Karate when growing up and it was practical then so I will always be nostalgic for this type of stuff….