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The great warriors of history are examined for fantasy combat simulations.
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Geoff Desmoulin Geoff Desmoulin ...  Himself - Host / ... 33 episodes, 2009-2011
Armand Dorian Armand Dorian ...  Himself / ... 29 episodes, 2009-2011
Max Geiger Max Geiger ...  Himself - Computer Programmer / ... 23 episodes, 2009-2010
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Throughout history, there have been great warriors who have made their mark in battle, but how they could have matched up against each other is a mystery. This series endeavors to solve that mystery with various matchups of such warrior classes. With a systematic examination of their physical and cultural qualities, training and weapons, a field of experts strive to find the real facts of such warriors. When the research is compete, each episode ends with a simulated battle to see who is truly the deadliest warrior. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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No rules, no safety, no mercy. It's a duel to the death. See more »


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English

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10 March 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El guerrero más letal See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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1.78 : 1
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This show first aired April 2009. It quickly became the number one show on Spike. See more »

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Narrator: Who will be the deadliest warrior?
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Referenced in Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior (2013) See more »

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Considering what shows are on TV...
29 March 2012 | by j-kirby247See all my reviews

Basic Story Guide:

Everyone has asked the question: If such-and-such fought this guy, who would win? Well, this show puts these fighters to test. Two fighters from both the pre-gunpowder and gunpowder eras, they have their weapons tested, and then in a simulation run over 1000 times, the winner is the one with the highest score.

Verdict:

I kind of enjoyed this series for a while. I really did. I enjoyed the series because it was fun, not because I am a history major, or ancient weapons expert, but because of what I am looking for when watching T.V. which is entertainment. I don't care about the logic behind the stunt, as long as the stunt is good. I'll throw the B.S. flag if I have to, but I'll continue watching the movie. Kind of a round about way to say I just want to be entertained.

But I really hate the announcer who does the whole David Wenham from 300 narration of the weapons. Overly exaggerating the weapons. Like saying "The Such-and-such spear, a three foot instrument of death." Two episodes later, "The some-screwed-up-tribes-name trident, a four foot razor sharp spear for maximum slaughter."

But if that is not bad enough, the guys who wield the weapons for their fighter are just annoying. Pardon my language, but they are constantly pissing and moaning, complaining that their weapon is better. God, it is so annoying. Some muscle bound jock who is either a member of the army, or just some know-it-all, arguing that an ax beats their sword, or that a gun is more effective than the other guys gun.

Either way I used to enjoy it, now it's just gotten annoying. And don't me started on season 3.

5/10


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