Bully Beatdown 2 Seasons 2009

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Season 1
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1. Ryan: The Family Favorite TV-14 CC

Mayhem Miller comes to the rescue of Alan, by putting Tony "the gun" Bonello in the cage with brother-bully Ryan for a little family therapy Bully Beatdown style.

Starring:
'Big' John McCarthy, Jason Miller
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
March 22, 2009

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Ryan: The Family Favorite

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Sports, Reality TV
Director David Dryden
Starring 'Big' John McCarthy, Jason Miller
Supporting actors Hans Olsen
Season year 2009
Network MTV
Producers Ryan Balthazor, Mark Burnett, Christopher Campbell, Johnny Dela Valdene, Doug DeLuca, David Eilenberg, Kevin Fletcher, Tom Greenhut, John Gypton, Russell Heldt, Travis Hollman, Josie Lamberth, Jeremy Lappen, Scott Madden, Aaron Meyerson, Steve Plotkin, Jim Roush, Laura Skowlund, Hudson Smith, Jim Sterling
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I love this show. It is awesome. I was never the victim of a bully, but I can appreciate what the show is trying to do. Great show!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aven on January 22, 2014
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If someone likes to physically abuse and demean you, dare them to step up to an MMA fighter, then collect your bet winnings.
In Bully Beatdown, bullies, and more specifically the victims of bullies, get a chance to win $10,000 in a head-to-head fight between the bully and a professional MMA fighter.

Now, I'll admit, when I first heard of this show, I thought, "Wow, that sounds incredibly dangerous and idiotic. Who's stupid enough to risk their physical well-being for $10,000 against an MMA fighter?" I watched the show out of curiosity, and I did not expect anything thrilling. I figured the show was simply an act meant to bolster the MTV audience.

The punches I saw and heard appeared very real, though. I've heard a good deal of people say the show was staged with fake fighting and that some of the people who appear in the show have been on other MTV shows, and I really felt stupid then for thinking the show was genuine. So, I'm not really sure if the hired bullies theory is true, but, I'm pretty sure the fighting is not faked. If the fights are just well-choreographed acts, then I'm impressed, because the choke-holds, leg-locks, arm-bars, guillotines and cage-rattling throw-downs look excruciatingly painful. In this episode of "Christian: The Angry Couch Potato", the bully actually pukes at the end due to fatigue. I could be wrong, but the abuse I've seen on this show has all the makings of a bully actually getting his butt kicked.

If you have any reservations about the realness or the methods of punishment, watch the show and judge for yourself. The people who enter the cage appear to be genuine bullies. They don't seem to have any inkling what's in store for them, and if they are, they really are incredibly stupid.
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it was intereesting, but i wouldnt pay for to watch this.. it should have more than one situation in easch episdoe.
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