- Additional Details
- Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 1
- Run Time: 50 Minutes
- Region: Region 1
- Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
- Language: English
- Studio: History Channel
- DVD Release Date: November 23, 2007
When we say "greatest hits" we aren't fooling around. This DVD is packed with the top highlights of Jason and Bill's globe-spanning, head-knocking Season 1!
- An exciting new series explores the origins and teachings of the world's martial arts.
- Jason and Bill have only a week to learn enough not to get killed.
- The very best from deadly to off-the-wall of Human Weapon Season 1!
Despite its emphasis on hand-to-hand combat, in many ways martial arts are about how not to fight. This is one of the first lessons hosts and seasoned fighters Jason Chambers and Bill Duff learn on their globe-spanning quest to discover the traditions and techniques of the world's fighting styles. Learn with them as they seek out Masters of ancient and modern disciplines in the lands where they were created. Discover the cultures that gave rise to distinct martial arts. Witness as Jason and Bill challenge a champion - a true HUMAN WEAPON - after only a week of instruction!
Season 1 isn't the only thing that's wrapped. Jason and Bill have taken so many hits they look like mummies! So, while they recover and get the kinks out for more adventure, we can enjoy this awesome highlight reel of their unbelievable debut season.
Jason and Bill had no idea what they were getting in to when they started this show, but thirteen countries, fourteen no-holds-barred fights, and hundreds of painful encounters later, they've earned a little time off! PASSPORT TO PAIN tracks their ultimate quest to experience the greatest martial arts the world has to offer, to learn from unparalleled masters, and maybe to take a few laps around a Cambodian village on a water buffalo.
This bare-knuckled DVD recounts the nastiest fights, toughest fighters, weirdest encounters and wildest training from Season 1. It's a wild ride to some of the most remote spots on the planet. Don't forget your PASSPORT... TO PAIN!