Final Fu (2006– )

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Final Fu is a series that will pit the best practitioners of their respective martial arts styles against one another in a series of challenges and head to head fights. The winner will ... See full summary »


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Final Fu is a series that will pit the best practitioners of their respective martial arts styles against one another in a series of challenges and head to head fights. The winner will determine which art is capable of defining the martial arts champion Written by Anonymous

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1 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Good show
14 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched the show for the first time the other day after my sister told me about it. I've been a martial artist for 15 years and I'm a third degree black belt. I thought the show was very entertaining. I've read a lot of peoples mixed comments. I've found the majority of them to be negative. This is not surprising to me. In the time I've been involved with martial arts I've found that martial artists in general are highly critical creatures. I respect Ernie Reyes Jr. and his fathers work. From just the one episode that I saw I was impressed by the level of athleticism displayed by the competitors. The fights were exciting. Although I would've at the very least liked kicks to the head to be legal. But in typical MTV fashion bloodied up Ken and Barbie dolls would have tarnished their polished image. I thought the show represented traditional martial arts in an entertaining but tasteful manner. If this show inspires someone to take up martial arts where they otherwise wouldn't have, then it's positive and should be around for a long time.

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