The story of two brothers – one, a military hero, the other a teacher struggling to make ends meet. Both turn out to be great MMA fighters and ultimately take each other on in the ring.
Actually, we’re not quite sure what sort of fighting moves this cat is pulling off, but they’re definitely unusual. Maybe he just wanted to freak out the other cat out instead of actually taking him on.
It’s not new, but Rajinikanth is Bollywood’s answer to Chuck Norris. Watch how he takes down all the bad dudes in this hilarious fight scene without messing his sunglasses or hair up. (Thanks Steve!)
Vincent Cyr has crafted a fun video of every typical fight you’ve seen in a movie (or video game, perhaps). Also includes one liners, like “You’re not the devil, you’re practice.” (Thanks Jack!)
Seattle reporter Shomari Stone of KOMO-4 was getting set up to shoot a segment, when he witnessed a violent altercation on the other side of the lens, and steps in to break up the fight himself.
Respect this weapon: stuntman Steven Ho dropped by Conan O’Brien’s show to demo some cool fighting techniques, which means a fun behind the scenes lesson and an amusing Conan beatdown.
Need a laugh today? Check out Jeff Smith’s Glove, Actually, a rather hilarious ode to the greatest slaps of the big screen – and there are plenty of them. We love the PoC montage at 3:53.
Sure, the WWE and UFC already offer fighting games, but 505 Games and Kung Fu Factory’s unlicensed fighter offers a gritty, blood-spewing, bone-breaking take on MMA-style video games.
You’ve gotta love the insanely over-the-top fighting in this scene from an Indian Tamil action film. The part where he goes flying sideways through the air is priceless – and physically impossible.
Square Enix is showing off its latest side-scrolling-actioner, which looks sort of like a 4-player co-op version of Strider. The game hits Playstation Store and Xbox Live Arcade later this year.
Bethesda Softworks’ co-op actioner puts you in control of either a ranged-weapons expert or a swordsman. The cover-based 3PS conjures visions of medieval Gears of War. Sweet. Ships 10/1/2010.
In this video from RoboGames 2010, we get to see robotic foes taking each other down, sparks and metal flying everywhere – in glorious 300fps slow-motion – courtesy of Casio’s EX-F1 digicam.
Namco Bandai continues to build up hype for the Xbox 360 version of Tekken 6; the trailer above is basically a fast-moving action onslaught; in other words, plenty of eye candy.
It’s not quite Street Fighter IV, but Death Vegas is a sweet flash-based fighting game with comic-book style visuals; play head to head on the same keyboard or with a joystick.
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