The crew includes Christopher "Big Black" Boykin, Chris "Drama" Pfaff, Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff, Sterling "Steelo" Brim and Chanel West Coast.Season six takes things to a whole new level as Rob and the gang Go On the most outrageous and insane adventures ever seen on television.Systems Training Center will provide you with more information about the airing date of of the episode in the close future! The man at the center of the controversy is "Fantasy Factory" star Rob Dyrdek ...MTV's Fantasy Factory 6 will see Systems Training Center's fighter and trainer Marcus Kowal fight pro skateboarder Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff in an MMA bout.Big Cat, known from Robert Dyrdek's "Fantasy Factory", is usually not used to the cage but he will take on Systems Training Center's Krav Maga, Kickboxing, Cross Fit coach Marcus Kowal in an exhibition bout for the Fantasy Factory 6 show."Ridiculousness" hosted by Dyrdek is a hit viral video series that breaks down the internet's hilarious, most bizarre and extreme videos, with co-hosts Chanel West Coast and Sterling "Steelo" Brim.
ET/PT on MTV, followed by the season finale of ““Ridiculousness” hosted by Dyrdek is a hit viral video series that breaks down the internet’s hilarious, most bizarre and extreme videos, with co-hosts Chanel West Coast and Sterling “Steelo” Brim.
The loser has to drink the entire contents of a jumbo ostrich egg.
When the prestigious Petersen Automotive Museum offers to add two of Rob's world record breaking stunt cars to its collection, Rob decides he must put the "Old War Dog," (the test vehicle used to prep the stunts), down.
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MTV announced today the pick-up of a fourth season of Rob Dyrdek's hit series'"Ridiculousness" with 22 all-new episodes and also greenlit the sixth and final season of "Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory," with ten all-new episodes.