American competitive arm wrestlers sacrifice everything to become the nation's best arm wrestler.

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Series cast summary:
Brian Hinson ...
 Himself (1 episode, 2014)
 Biker Max (1 episode, 2014)
 Himself (1 episode, 2014)
Sean Stevens ...
 Arm Wrestling Fan (1 episode, 2016)


Game of Arms is a look inside the raw and highly competitive world of American arm wrestling. The series follows the members of five regional arm wrestling clubs in Erie, PA, Kansas City, KS, New York, NY, Sacramento, CA and Baton Rouge, LA as they hit the road and wager their reputation, relationships and money for the sport. Game of Arms not only focuses on the technique and skill in this high-stakes world, but also the family, careers and personal struggles of each man outside of the sport. Each episode features a dramatic regional match, leading to a tournament finale where the entire cast will compete for prize money and bragging rights. The series hails from Matt Renner and Ethan Prochnik, the Emmy Award-winning producers of Deadliest Catch, and executive producer Dan Ilani, their partner in Undertow Films. Written by AMC

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Game of Arms: Fighting for the nation's best arm wrestler.





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Armwrestling is legit
20 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Assumptions are merely speculation. This is great exposure for the sport. Sure there are parts people will question or dislike. It's a step in the right direction. As far as egotistical, that's an ignorant comment. It's people being passionate about the sport they love and bringing it to the masses. Good job guys. I encourage people to research the sport and people involved on the show. Obviously things are done for the benefit of TV but these athletes are still people who genuinely care about the sport. They have a sense of pride and community because they have traveled gave it their all and bonded.

Go watch a tournament and enter novice if you feel brave.

You'll be shocked what you learn when you see the sport for what it truly is. There are many misconceptions go learn for yourself.

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