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I wouldn't say it's entirely original, but it's entirely hilarious and has some outrageous things happening at all different times.
With Mark Dolan as the presenter of this hilarious, comedy game show, and loads of very funny people doing incredibly daft things all to win the balls of steel trophy, I guess you could say: "It doesn't get much better than this!"haha.
I got into Balls of Steel back in the early summer of 2011 - which seemed to be an overall great year for me getting into these kind of things. Special guests on the show would perform hilarious stunts and acts out in public to make the audience laugh their hearts out, and so they could be voted winner, and win the 'Balls of Steel Cup/Trophy'.
Very funny indeed, despite it receiving negative and harsh criticism. Balls of Steel is one of the funniest series I have ever seen - and it's the funniest game show comedy of all-time. Neg Dupree is by far the funniest on the show, with his hilarious-antics and what he likes to call: "Neg's Urban Sports".
If you've yet to see Balls of Steel, then you should start watching it right away. Honestly it's funny, quite new, and overall, brilliant. There are many guests that come on and they're all very funny, but Neg is my favourite - and he's by far the funniest. Thank you for reading.
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