The latest Deadliest Warrior, William Wallace vs. Shaka Zulu, took the concept in another direction by pitting not only two warriors separated by time and culture against one another, but two actual fighters known for their love of battle.
It may seem to some that televising something like a draft of future players is boring and far from entertaining. However, if you know anything at all about NFL football fans, you realize that “boring” is a word that doesn’t fit their reality. Fans are, well, short for “fanatic.” And that means there is nothing about the sport they love that is – or can ever be – boring. It’s not possible.
Playing sports teaches a child the importance of teamwork and working together. It teaches a child that no matter how small their contribution may be, it is important to the whole team. It also teaches them that there are other kids out there that may not be in their daycare class or their school class that have the same interests as them. To a child that can be huge because it will give them confidence to approach other children they don’t know to see if common bonds are there.
The first criterion is, of course, the price at which it is offered. For example, a child in the Under-8 group would be just starting off with soccer shoes or cleats. Indoor shoes may not matter that much as they are geared to withstand more impact. However, outdoor cleats have to do that and have a better grip on the ground.
One thing the producers of Deadliest Warrior didn’t think of but might have if they had wanted to add more camp to their show. There was a scene in the classic film, Zulu, that depicts the Battle of Roark’s Drift between an impi of Zulu warriors and a detachment of Welsh soldiers serving in the British Army. The Zulus begin the action with a nice threat display, banging on the ox hide shields with their short stabbing spears, chanting no doubt blood curdling verses about what they were about to do to the European invaders.
As well actresses Nancy Dussault , Gena Rowlands, Pat Priest (the normal one from the Munsters) and Sandra Bullock are all W-L grads. NFL greats Jake Scott and Reggie Harrison are former W-L Generals too! Bit of trivia – Pat Priest’s mother was the Treasurer of the US and her signature can be found on millions of old greenbacks from the late 1950’s or early 1960’s.
I had a few classes with some NFL greats – Danny Peebles, a wide receiver; Izel Jenkins, a DB; and DeWayne Washington, another DB who had a near 15 year NFL career with Pittsburgh and Minnesota. Washington was my lab partner in Meteorology lab. I also knew NBA player Chucky Brown when he and I were classmates.
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