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Pride Fc: Critical Countdown 2004 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing card! 5 Aug 2005
By Nick Vaughandonnaa - Published on
First off, I am reviewing the event, NOT the DVD. I already have this event on a tape I recorded when I bought the Pay-Per-View

What an amazing event! This is one of the best Pride cards of 2004. It is filled with some of the best MMA talent ever. This is the second round of the Pride Heavyweight Grand Prix. It includes the current Heavyweight Champion, Fedor Emelianenko, who is ranked the #1 Heavyweight in the world. Provided below is the fight card for this dvd:

1.Kazushi Sakuraba vs Antonio Schembri

2 Ricardo Arona vs Quinton Jackson

3 Semmy Schilt vs Sergei Kharitonov

4 Naoya Ogawa vs Paulo Cesar Silva

5 Mark Hunt vs Hidehiko Yoshida

6 Antonio Rodrigo vs Nogueira Heath Herring

7 Fedor Emelianenko vs Kevin Randleman

There you have it, Great stars from top to bottom! I ensure you, Pride FC does not disappoint! Buy this now!
4.0 out of 5 stars "There can be only one!" -- part two 11 Nov 2013
By M. G Watson - Published on
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Critical Countdown was the second (semi-final) round of the 2004 Pride Heavyweight Grand Prix. Despite the field of sixteen challengers having been narrowed to eight, it remained an incredibly star-studded event: the list of fighters on this card is a virtual "Who's Who" -- not only of the heavyweight division, but, when you throw in the additional matches, of the best fighters of mixed martial arts during the mid-2000s.

The fight card featured the following bouts:

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs Heath "Texas Crazy Horse" Herring: A highly motivated Herring looks for revenge against the guy who'd beaten him once before, Pride's interim heavyweight champion, Big Nog.

Fedor Emilianenko vs. Kevin Randelman: Randelman had just buried his father and came into this match on Father's Day, 2004; Fedor, on the other hand, was the reigning Pride heavyweight champ, yet coming off an injury. It features one of the great slams in the history of MMA, and considering what else happened on this card, that is saying something.

Sergei Kharitonov vs. Semmy Schilt: "The Russian Mercenary" Kharitonov had exploded onto the MMA scene with a brutal KO of Ninja Rua, but in Schilt he faced a kickboxing legend who scaled in at 7' tall. (I've seen Semmy in person, and he is HUGE.)

Naoya Ogawa vs Paulo "Giant" Silva: Speaking of seven-footers, this match pits Judo expert and "great Japanese hope" Ogawa vs. Giant Silva, who was 7'3" and weighed 365 lbs. It's a case of skill vs. size...lots and LOTS of size.

Non-Tournament Bouts:

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Elivs Schembri: The first time these two fought, Saku put a beating on the jiu-jitsu expert only to get caught with a knee and KO'd. The Japanese legend came looking for revenge, and Elvis came looking to repeat.

Quinton :"Rampage" Jackson vs. Ricardo Arona; Two dangerous and colorful middleweight contenders meet in a fight that featured THE most notorious slam in MMA history.

Hidehiko Yoshida vs. Mark Hunt: Hunt is a minor MMA legend today, but at the time he was a K-1 champion looking to transition into MMA...against one of the best Judoka ever to strap on a gi.

Critical Countdown was a damned good card, much in the tradition of Pride and its wonderful Grand Prix tournaments, which allowed reigning divisional champions to compete for the GP belt without putting their own titles on the line. In addition to featuring more MMA legends you can shake a stick at, as well as all the glamor and pageantry that came with Pride shows, there are some genuinely entertaining fights here, including two bouts Fedor - Randelman and Jackson - Arona, which have rightly become legends. This DVD also includes a second disc loaded with special features, so all in all it's hard to go wrong. Enjoy the countdown!
4.0 out of 5 stars easy purchase 13 Dec 2012
By NK - Published on
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I had no issues for this item, I think I paid like 4 dollars for it and was very pleased.
5.0 out of 5 stars Why won't Zuffa release The Heavy Weight 2004 Grand Prix ? 30 Mar 2012
By Music Man - Published on
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Like the title says, why won't Zuffa release/reissue this Awesome 2004 Heavy Weight Grand Prix ? This particular card featured the Epic "Randleplex" in which Kevin Randleman suplexes Fedor Emelianenko on His Head, And Then Fedor comes back and actually wins the fight with a Kimura !!! It's one of the most Ridiculously Awesome things I've ever scene in a MMA fight. Anyways, I hope that we the fans will be able to purchase the entire Heavy Weight 2004 Grand Prix one day in the US. I did find the complete 2004 Grand Prix on Amazon UK, but when I watched it, it did not look the same. It didn't look live, it almost looked like they tried to convert it to a different lesser format and it came out looking stale and drab kind of when you watch shows from england like old Dr. Who or even the way the american show Unsolved Mysteries looked.
5.0 out of 5 stars A MUST DVD FOR ANY MMA FAN 30 Sep 2009
By francisco olalde - Published on
Anyone who considers himself an mma fight fan, this dvd is a must. You have to see the most brutal slam EVER when Quinton Jakson slamed Ricardo Arona, then Fedor survived the second most brutal slam at the hands of Kevin Rendalman. You won't be dissapointed
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