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Ninjafest 2010 Kicks Off Saturday, Aug 14th!

Posted August 10, 2010 - By Moye Ishimoto

Ninjafest 2010 Kicks Off August 14th »

When Ninja Warrior last left us, the course had been beaten for only the 3rd time in history and a new Grand Champion was crowned. Shoe salesman Yuuji Urushihara achieved Total Victory with only 3.57 seconds to spare and a course once deemed impossible to complete was left in ruins.

Now Ninja Warrior is back and Mt. Midoriyama has been given a serious facelift for Ninjafest 2010. And along with a new course come a slew of hungry new competitors looking to make a name for themselves by doing what only a select few have done before them – beat the course to be crowned Ninja Warrior Grand Champion.

What began as a Japanese TV phenomenon has quickly developed into a pop-culture powerhouse, and G4's biggest and baddest Ninja Warrior event ever just got a whole lot bigger and even more badass. Ninjafest 2010 kicks off this Saturday at 6PM ET with an all-new hour long special, 25 Reasons to Worship Ninja Warrior, followed by the Ninja Warrior All Star Special with Levi and Nagano, and 4 back-to-back all new Ninja Warrior episodes.

If you call yourself a Ninja Warrior fan, this is one event you definitely don’t want to miss. And, as always, you can keep up with all the news and details about Ninja Warrior on the website. Stay sharp Ninjas.

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  • Atari_Prime

    I love Ninja Warrior. However I cannot stand American Ninja Warrior. It kinda seems like an insult. The American Ninja challenge is great but the payoff is that you get to go be on Ninja Warrior. When G4 ran the course last time with only American challengers, I thought WTF?! If I'm gonna run the course I want all the spectacle that is Ninja Warrior to be there along with the champions and allstars. Denying the American competitors that just seems like a ripoff. You are not just competing against the course, you are competing against the other people running the course and if no one completes the course, you at least hope you get father than everyone else, especially the champions. And that gives you some measure of satisfaction if you do.

    I am all for an American Ninja Warrior, with our own course and 100 competitors. Same rules, no helmets, lots of water to fall into, comedians, average joes and great athletes.

    Not too much to ask.

    Posted: August 11, 2010 6:52 AM
  • Natedizzy

    Ninja Worrior FTW.

    Posted: August 10, 2010 9:37 PM