Deadliest Warrior

Season 1 Episode 8

William Wallace vs. Shaka Zulu

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM May 26, 2009 on Spike TV
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In a first for this remarkable series, two specific legendary warriors are put to the test. Both have led armies; both fought for their freedom and for revenge. Who between them is the mightier?

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    Geoffrey Desmoulin

    Geoffrey Desmoulin

    Himself - Biomedical Engineer

    Armand Dorian

    Armand Dorian

    Himself - ER Doctor / UFC Medic

    Max Geiger

    Max Geiger

    Himself - Computer Programmer

    David Wenham

    David Wenham

    Narrator

    Shaun Paul Piccinino

    Shaun Paul Piccinino

    William Wallace

    Guest Star

    Advent Montisiwa

    Advent Montisiwa

    Shaka Zulu

    Guest Star

    Anthony De Longis

    Anthony De Longis

    Himself -- Sword Master

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The weapons and fighting style of William Wallace were demonstrated by Kieron Elliott (a Highlands Weapons Expert and an authority on the combat tactics that William Wallace created) and Anthony Delongis (Master swordsman and stunt choreographer).

        The weapons and fighting style of Shaka Zulu were demonstrated by Earl White (Zulu Stick Fighting Master and martial arts expert) and by Jason Bartley (Zulu Combat Expert).

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Jason Bartley: Shaka Zulu is one of the greatest warriors in history. He took the Zulus from a small tribe, and through warfare, he made the Zulus into the largest, predominant power in South Eastern Africa.

      • Kieron Elliott: (talking about William Wallace) He married a lovely girl, and the English murdered her. And that's when he just went off the rails. And he turned into an absolute war machine. William Wallace was trying to send a clear message to the English. That we're not going to take this. We're going to come to your lands and we're going to do to you what you've been doing to us for hundreds of years.

      • Earl White: When Shaka wanted to fight, losing wasn't even a question.

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