Anime Right News (ARN) — The Warski live bloodsports debates are to be scaled back to one show a week after a live falling out between Andy Warski and JF.
Although Warski’s reaction is understandable it seems unwise to change a winning formula, and also unwise to have such a public discussion about this, which breaks the sense of mystery for the audience. Nevertheless, we at AnimeRight News will detail exactly how this all happened blow-by-blow.
The drama began on the Warski live debate between Jay Dyer and JF. From 1 hour 59 minutes as the debate was getting extremely heated, Andy Warski attempted to interject with a question for Jay Dyer, but JF snapped at him that he's not interested in his "low IQ interventions" and to "Shut the F--- Up". Andy Warski was visibly pissed off at that point, and although JF tried to brush off the comments as a joke, the tension was really unmistakable.
It may be that the debate was not going well for JF.
Mister Metokur incessantly attempts to provoke Warski into a more "entertaining" reaction on Kumite, the next day. Nevertheless, Warski simply decides to scale back the debates to once a week and start a more lighthearted and less political or intellectual show as well, in a similar style to Kumite, that JF may be a part of. The show may be called "The Purple Dragon".
This is due in part because Andy Warski believes he had lost control of the show.
After hearing 'rumors' that he had been fired from Warski live, JF confronts Warski on Kumite, but the rumors turn out to be exaggerated. JF also again attempts to claim his outburst was a bad joke and "entertainment" and claims that Andy should have hit back with something. But Andy Warski went on to state that he felt he was barely involved with a lot of the shows now, and he now wanted to only do one big debate a week.
Mister Metoker makes yet another attempt to really shit stir on Kumite the following day but to no avail. Andy Warski reiterates his plan to scale back the debates and add a more fun chilled out stream.