The title is pretty self explanatory with this one. What you know about some nunchucks?


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We at Heavy.com are not fond of babies. We find them off-putting and gross. But this baby is pure badass. I’d like to see him in the Octagon.

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Bruce Lee gives us some musical wisdom on the flow of water. He also kicks a lot of dudes in the face in the process.

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Looking to sweep that special someone off their feet… and throw them to the ground? We’ve got the perfect romance guide for all your combat needs.

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Bruce Lee’s famous six inch punch gets the replay treatment with some dramatic music to set the mood. Just in case Bruce’s awesomeness wasn’t enough.

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I’m pretty sure that when karate was being perfected hundreds of years ago in Japan, the plan wasn’t to include a white dude rapping over a drum machine. Somebody just lost their dojo privileges.

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The rarely seen flipping bird style of kung-fu is equally deadly as it is offensive.

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A samurai goes to battle with a shadow demon and his arsenal of trickery. Where was this guy when I was 8-yrs-old with monsters under my bed?

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If you’re unfamiliar with Tony Jaa, it’s time to get with the program. Brush up on some of his best martial arts stunts before his latest film, Ong Bak 3, hits theaters in January 2011.

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Tony Jaa reprises his role as Tien and picks up right where Ong Bak 2 left off, as arch rivals reveal their ugly heads once again. Fans who can’t wait for it to hit theaters in January will have a chance to get the flick via Itunes, Xbox, Playstation or On Demand on Dec. 3rd.

3 years ago Comment

This week’s Worst of Netflix tackles Gymkata, a martial arts movie so amazing that we had to put animations in the article to show you how crazy it is.

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Dig the trailer for The Warlords, a new epic action movie starring Jet Li, Andy Lau and Wu Lang set during the Taiping Rebellion of the 1860s.

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