Above is the live-action trailer for Tekken 6, which succeeds in being awesome despite the fact that the game itself is only briefly shown at the end. The gist is, fighters from all walks of life — Josh Barnett, Dan Hardy, and Evander Holyfield, among others — discuss what drew them to fighting and why they do it. I guess they’re supposed to represent the different styles and mindsets in the video game, though the montage fails to include boxing kangaroos or a sentient wooden training dummy. There is, however, a Tekken 6 character that’s clearly based on Roy Nelson.
(Props: The Garv)
Well, we already knew Genki Sudo is a fan of choreographed dance routines. But you may not be aware of his career as a J-pop artist. Here’s the video for "World Order," a tight two minutes of dancey what-the-fuckness. If this leaves you craving more, check out Genki going the John Mayer route in "Love & Everything."