Bas Rutten's Lethal Street Fighting Trailer

Bas Rutten's Lethal Street Fighting Trailer (2003)

11 June 2003 Factual 105 mins

In this dynamic DVD World Ultimate Fighting Champion and 3x King Of Pancrase, Bas Rutten personally teaches you his Lethal Street Fighting Self Defense System designed to immediately give you the skills and combat techniques needed to win any street fight! Winner of over 200 deadly street fights and numerous No-Holds-Barred Titles Rutten knows what he is talking about when it comes to reality.

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