By Brandt DeLorenzo on Mar 31, 2009
Well according to this article that I posted back on January 6th, the proposed idea of “Beat the Bully” has morphed into Jason Mayhem Miller’s wildly successful “Bully Beatdown” show. It’s one of MTV’s newest reality television shows where little scared guys send in their videos of getting bullied by friends, family, and roommates. Well, it turns out that MTV was looking for the bullies before they were looking for the bullied. While the show reeks of bad acting, lopsided fights, and lame excuses, I still watch it – Mayhem is still one funny fighter.
Here’s what the original casting call from January said:
Looking for tough guys for new mtv show
Working title mtv’s “beat the bully”
looking for tough guy (non pro) fighter type
Message me full name, 5 pics, email, cell # & real age **only if** u meet the following criteria
must look like a tough guy
must be in la
must be willing to fight someone in a ring for an mtv show
(no worries, nobody gets hurt)
I still love how it says that nobody gets hurt.
About the Author: Brandt DeLorenzo started MMA Opinion in June of 2007 and began working as a MMA photographer shortly thereafter. He enjoys being cageside at regional events or just watching the fights. His favorite fighters are Frankie Edgar and Gegard Mousasi.