If TV execs finally decided to produce ‘Russia’s Got Talent,’ new words would have to be created in the dictionary to effectively convey how much of a horrible idea that would truly be. The insurance costs on a hypothetical ‘Russia’s Got Talent’ would be equal to or greater than the US National debt. The show would just consist of a potpourri of acts all going bizarrely wrong in the most awesome way possible. ‘Russia’s Got Talent’ is the equivalent of free-roam mode in Grand Theft Auto 4.
Another Friday generally means another new and ridiculous video from Russia. Actually, every day the probability of MiddleEasy receiving an extraordinary video from Russia is relatively the same. These Russians just don’t stop filming other Russians doing stupid stuff to other Russians. It’s like a perpetual cycle that further instils the ‘roughneck’ status the Russian culture has achieved over the years. Realistically, the glorification of Russia in western culture started with Zangief from Street Fighter 2. Since then, America assumes that in order to gain prominence in Russia, one must get into a fight with a bear and have scars to prove it — or be able to spinning pile drive someone onto a hard surface.
Now check out this video of a coach teaching his students a move, knocking his student out with the move, kicking his student’s body aside, and then continues to teach his students — all in one swift maneuver.