Friday, April 7, 2017

Final Stage Podcast Episode 24: Ultimate Beastmaster Review: The Next Generation of Obstacle Courses

What happens when you take a show like Ninja Warrior and give it a Hollywood budget? You get Netflix’s Ultimate Beastmaster. The gigantic obstacle course competition featured 108 competitors from 6 countries competing in a real life video game where only one can claim the title. Among those competitors: Kinnikun Nakayama and Yuuji Urushihara. Join William and Arsenette as they review the massive show!

Also, the National Ninja League Season 2 Finals happened and William met Makoto Nagano there! Join us as we discuss the weekend of events, who won, and who to look forward to in ANW 9!

And finally, this is the last episode of the Final Stage Podcast. Arsenette and William reflect on the past two years. Thank you so much for following us on this wild ride.

William: Twitter - TwoDashTwo - TwoTwentyTwo Productions

Arsenette: Twitter - Rambling Rican - YouTube - Instagram

Show notes:
0:44 Intro
8:35 Arsenette's month
12:01 William's month
19:26 William met Makoto Nagano!
30:04 National Ninja League Season 2 Finals Discussion
1:04:04 Team Ninja Warrior Season 2 debuts 4/18 on USA
1:06:40 ANW 9 debuts June 12
1:08:58 William's ANW Fantasy picks
1:17:58 Ultimate Beastmaster Review Start
1:19:55 Level 01
1:31:52 Level 02
1:42:36 Level 03
1:50:15 Level 04
1:59:36 How did Kinnikun Nakayama and Yuuji Urushihara do on Ultimate Beastmaster?
2:25:11 The grand finals
2:41:28 Looking forward to season 2 of Ultimate Beastmaster
Viewer Questions:
3:04:36 Would you be willing to share your favorite moment covering SASUKE for so long?
3:11:47 What do you think is the best "It's dumb but it works" obstacle in SASUKE?
3:14:04 What are you favorite memories from the forums - g4ums included?
3:19:00 If an American version of Kinniku Banzuke were to come into existence, what new events would you want them to feature?
3:22:00 If an American version of Pro Sportsman No.1 were to come into existence, what ANW competitors/new events would you want them to feature?
3:23:40 If ANW had their own list of All-Stars and Shin Sedai,who do you think would be included in them?
3:29:25 What will you guys do now? Will you continue to be on the SMF? Did you think this podcast would be this good?
3:34:30 What was your favorite/most memorable SASUKE-related event you ever blogged about?
3:40:00 What was your favorite episode of the Podcast?
3:45:07 What's your favorite podcast intro?
3:47:48 William discusses the music used for the podcast intros
3:53:39 Final thoughts on the Final Stage Podcast
4:07:08 Closing

Music Credits:
"Sprint" (2016)
by: Isaac Wilkins

Special Thanks: Makoto Nagano for recording the into for our final episode!

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