Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by TigreTek, Dec 16, 2007.
i always thought there'd be a MMA guy willing to do that.
Kyra did it too. She didn't make it off the 1st stage.
I sent her an invite to try and get to the top of Mt. RMarks, but she turned it down. I told her it'd only be about 7 seconds from start to finish.
I <3 Genki
Andy Olugun did it a while back. How did Genki do?
dude genki has been on ninja warrior a bunch of times
i wonder if an actual ninjitsu practitioner has ever been on ninja warrior
Didn't make it off the first stage.
Neither did the shaolin monk.
Gymnasts and dancers(for the girls) typically do the best.
genki fucked up on the first stage (the net climb) if he'd gotten past that i think he would've crushed the entire show.
K-1 mixed martial artist Genki Sudo (12th and 13th tournament) has also competed. He only made it as far as the Jump Hang though. Fellow mixed martial artist Sanae Kikuta competed in the Eighth tournament but fell off of the Rolling Log in the first stage. Other K-1 fighters who have competed include TATSUJI (19th competition, failed the Jumping Spider), Andy Ologun (18th competition, failed on the Rope Glider), and Bernard Ackah (19th competition, failed on the Jumping Spider).
Several professional wrestlers have also competed including Tiger Mask IV, The Great Sasuke (referred to as Great Ninja Warrior in the US and UK versions), Minoru Suzuki and Hiroshi Tanahashi. Both Suzuki and Tanahashi were the All Japan Triple Crown champion and IWGP Heavyweight Champion respectively during their runs in the course.
Ken Yasuda, coach of the Tokyo Sabres of the IFL, competed in the fifth tournament, fell off the Rolling log and took the log with him into the water.
lol at ken yasuda