His characters differ from those of other action movie icons by virtue of their near-invulnerability; they almost never face any significant physical threat, easily overpowering any opposition and never facing bodily harm or even temporary defeat
Diesel, who has been with the long-running franchise from the beginning, reportedly devised a complicated rating system tallying how many times each actor was kicked, punched or headbutted to ensure violence was being doled out equally. It was eventually deemed unworkable, but Michael Fottrell, a producer on five of the movies, confirmed to the WSJ that fights were choreographed so that no one came out looking like the definitive loser.
When Nicolas Cage turned in a less-than-stellar monologue during his appearance in 1992, he apologized profusely to the show's creator Lorne Michaels, saying that he must have been the worst host of all time. Without hesitation, Michaels replied, "No, no — that would be Steven Seagal."
He doesn't have a ponytail, but otherwise, this is some primo WMADH action from would-be London Mayor, Brian Rose:
Oh Jesus shitting Christ, I hadn't watched with the sound up before.Hooooor, ha haa woktish vssssh, h ha haaaa woktish, hor ho ha wucktish, haaaaa, hoooor
The funniest bit was during watching that clip I just got asked “what the FUCK is that noise?“. Not only that, think he has these made out of foam