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4 Seasons

Access Fighting Films' entire archive of competition productions, dating back to 1981! Including World Judo Championships, European Championships, GB World Cups and more!

  • 'Ippon!' with Neil Adams

    Episode 1

    'Ippon!' was produced in 1981 and is the first ever Fighting Films production. This classic documentary film looks at Neil Adams winning the 1981 World Championships and 1988 British Open.

  • 1988 British Open

    Episode 2

    This the first ever Fighting Films competition production! This is an absolute classic and features some of the world's greats, including British World Champion Neil Adams.

  • 1989 British Open

    Episode 3

    An absolute classic from the Fighting Films archive, the British Open 1989 features some of judo's all time greats. With classic commentary from Neil Adams and Chris Bowles!

  • 1990 British Open

    Episode 4

    Another absolute classic production, The British Open 1990 is the third and final instalment in the British Open series.

  • 1990 Wolverhampton Masters

    Episode 5

    The 1990 Wolverhampton Masters was the first tournament in the UK to feature prize money. It contains some classic highlights and Ippons!

  • 2006 Judo World Cup

    Episode 6

    All of the best highlights from the 2006 GB World Cup, in Birmingham, UK.

  • 2007 Judo World Cup

    Episode 7

    All of the best highlights from the 2007 GB World Cup, in Birmingham, UK. Includes an amazing performance from Superstar Craig Fallon who wins three of his five contests using the Fallon Roll!

  • 2008 Judo World Cup

    Episode 8

    All of the best highlights from the 2008 GB World Cup

  • 2009 Judo World Cup

    Episode 9

    All of the best highlights from the 2009 GB World Cup

  • 2011 Judo World Cup

    Episode 10

    See all of the best action from all seven male weight categories from Liverpool's Echo Arena. With fighters from every continent in attendance the competition was fierce during the lead up to the 2012 London Olympic Games.