Monday, June 10, 2013

Weird 'Animal Fighting Championships' Video Not Actually About Animals Fighting

Posted By on Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 4:04 PM

Despite the title, this video isn't actually about animals fighting — it's more about glitter and that dry, paint-dust stuff that people throw at color runs, and people "throwing down" (read: in choreographed fights) while wearing silly, fuzzy jumpsuits with hoods.

This weird video, produced by the folks at Nerdist, features the somewhat-catchy tune "The Underdog" by Wallpaper, allowing for animal tie-ins.

The video appears to have also been bankrolled, in part, by kigurumi-shop.com, which is all about selling you silly, animal-inspired feety-pajamas (in a related note, it appears I have now finished all of my Christmas shopping, so mission accomplished, Nerdist).

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