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Dedliest Warrior Blog 2

by Vaxis   June 20, 2009 at 5:51PM  |  Views: 111

 

Apache vs. Gladiator Aftermath is now up. The show has decided to make it's plans a little more public as far as the web component goes. Viking vs. Samurai aftermath will air in two weeks, on the 3rd. Tetsuro Shigematsu will be there, it promises to be interesting.

Also interesting to note was the mention of behind-the-scenes footage, such as that of Chuck Lidell throwing tomahawks. Apparently, Spike will be airing more footage like this all throughout summer. It seems they've found another way to keep us busy until season 2, which remains tentative.

The next Aftermath will be very interesting... I personally found it to be one of the best episodes, although some people claim that the testing was horrible. I think that not only were the two warriors probably the most interesting in history, the experts brought in were impressive (and funny). That goes without mentioning the beautiful and lethal weapons that serve as spearheads (sometimes literally) of the concept of warfare.

I look forward to this extra footage as well, maybe it may even include cut scenes that involved the testing of unseen weapons, or maybe just unseen tests in general. The only thing I don't like about this idea is that it may lower the need to put extra content on DVD (whenever the show makes it to DVD, that is).

As usual,we can only wait.

THE DAILY FOUR