Human Weapon

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Hosts Jason Chambers and Bill Duff set off around the globe in search of the birthplaces of different forms of martial arts and combat styles. Chambers is a mixed-martial artist and professional fighter, while Duff is a former professional football player and wrestler. The two hosts will go through extreme exercises and challenges in preparation for a battle against a professional fighting master in the arts of Karate, Muay Thai, Judo, Eskrima stick fighting, America’s MMA (mixed-martial arts), and Kung-Fu among others.
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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Nice try

    5.0
    Jason Chambers sucks. Talks too much, thinks hes too cool for school, gets his arse kicked all the time. Humility is a HUGE part of martial arts. Learn from your cohost.
  • Fighting in Real Life

    9.0
    This made me see that fighting isn't all about throwing fists at each other and wait until one falls, or the bigger person will always win over the weaker person. This show shows different styles of fighting around the world with Jason Chamber and Bill Duff. This TV can explain to you and influence you to choosing a type of martial arts that works for you and how some techniques work. So if your a fan of martial arts, it's a great show for you.moreless
  • Great Martial Arts...

    9.5
    I love this show. It really takes you to the roots of the Martial Arts and showa you how things began. It also shows you something about the culture and history that surrounds some Martial Arts.

    Each episode has a nice time line to watch. You start with the history, then the outlining of the challenge, then the training with several great people of the Martial Arts and then finally the challenge.

    The presentation is really nice, when they start telling you stuff you can almost taste their enthousiasme about it.

    I only wish that I would be able to make such trips and learn the Martial Arts from the best in the world.moreless
  • Good show if your looking for some spice in your documentaries this show was it.

    9.5
    Good show if your looking for some spice in your documentaries this show was it. The premise of two athletic but pretty much regular guys tackling the worlds fighting styles was very captivating. Each week you wondered if Jason or Bill would be made a complete fool of or prevail. The show also revealed some things about other countries. It was very eye opening to see a champion get pummeled by one of the guys on their home turf. I don't know why the show was canceled perhaps the host moved on but it was certainly a draw for those of us who may have grown board with the history channel.moreless
  • Fight Quest is better.

    8.6
    This show is very similar to the Discovery Channel show, Fight Quest. Human Weapon follows two people, Bill Duff and Jason Chambers, as they travel the world and learn different fighting styles from that area. Human Weapon goes into the physics of each move and tells you how much damage it will do and how fast the blow is going and so on but it doesn't actually show you the type of training you have to do like Fight Quest does. Also in Human Weapon they just focus on a few moves that can be very powerful in a fight. It's an overall good show just not as good as Fight Quest.moreless
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    April 29, 2008 DVD Releases

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