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Reality show Called “Brawl it Out” Lets You Settle Disagreements By Boxing (Video)

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Monday, January 21st, 2013
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Now a days I sometimes catch myself getting agitated with the fact that there’s a court TV show on every channel.  When I was growing up it was simply “Peoples Court.”

Well a new reality show has been spawned that will allow people to settle difference the old fashion way but a little more safer.

Per Off The Bench, a show called “Brawl It Out,” will allow contestants or participants to get in the ring and box to settle whatever disagreement they might have.

The premise of the show deals with two people with a significant issue between them and puts them in the ring to settle whatever issue they have where the winner gets some sort of prize. The winner of the match is determined by three celebrity judges who include heavyweight boxer Shannon Briggs and rapper Jim Jones (BALLLINNNN!).

What kind of disagreements will they allow you to settle?

  • a girl who says this other girl is jealous of her
  • two guys who just don’t like each other
  • a chick who’s trying to steal another girl’s husband

Next time you get mad about your friend taking your stuff without asking, or someone breaking something of yours, write the show, and settle it in the ring.

Win a prize while laying paws on someone.

Anything with Jim Jones as a judged and Shannon Briggs judging should be comical. Briggs knows all to well about picking himself up off the canvas.

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