Jessie Graff at the Los Angeles Finals - American Ninja Warrior 2016

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In season 8, American Ninja Warrior follows hundreds of competitors as they test their skills on new obstacles in an attempt to join Isaac Caldiero as just the second person ever to win the $1 million grand prize.

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The action-packed series follows competitors as they tackle a series of challenging obstacle courses in both city qualifying and city finals rounds across the country. Those that successfully complete the finals course in their designated region move on to the national finals round in Las Vegas, where they face a stunning four-stage course modeled after the famed Mt. Midoriyama course in Japan. The winner takes home a grand prize of $1 million. American Ninja Warrior enjoyed an unbelievable seventh season, which saw its first ever $1 million grand prize winner when Isaac Caldiero conquered Stage 4 of Mt. Midoriyama in 26.14 seconds.

Jessie Graff at the Los Angeles Finals - American Ninja Warrior 2016

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  • KS Fountain

    OMG she's so strong

  • Kailyn is awsome Swirl

    Me and my friend Ava are sitting there saying beat that wall beat that wall beat that wall !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 👱👧

  • cheese booger

    How much you get paid doing this?anyone

  • //u n k n o w n Msp

    Omg I always wanted to do those

  • Julia Korsakova

    Not her to fall, but I felt like falling!

  • Kailyn is awsome Swirl

    Me and my friend Ava are huge fans of Jessie Graff we are sitting here in my room having a sleep over tonight and watching you Jessie

  • Aubrey Bryson

    I could of been there :(

  • Coukoo For CAKE

    0:55 I can’t even do the monkey bars!!

  • Victoria Umbarger

    Did she remind anyone else of Wonder Woman?

  • Nolan Blake

    I know this made be off topic, but I feel as a loyal ninja fan it's my duty to inform all other fans what's going on in the world. Many people may not know this, but the original Ninja Warrior is still alive and new tournaments have been held. G4/Esquire use to make Ninja Warrior episodes for the world including the US, but they haven't done so recently since they went bankrupt. However, Challenge (a TV network in The UK) has recently edited and aired new ninja warrior episodes in the UK with hopes that other countries will show these episodes as well. Since it's possible that NBC (that only cares about ANW) will never show these episodes for their fans or no other network buys the episodes for the US/international market, I would like to give a review on what I think of the newer episodes. I live in the US, so I have not been able to see these episodes at all; I only have been able to read the forums where people have discussed these episodes. However, I am able to visualize the new episodes and have a pretty good idea on what was shown based on the info I have read (obviously, someone can correct me if I'm way off). Intro: At the very beginning, the new episodes don't start with the classic ninja warrior intro, instead the intro is identical to the one used in Sasuke. The ending of each episode is not a recap of what was shown, instead it has more of a "to be continued" effect. The footage they used comes mostly from the original Sasuke broadcast as oppose to the raw footage from all 100 challengers. The most interesting thing that I found was they at times used the same music from the Sasuke Broadcast (something G4 never did). Challenge also has brought a new editing style to the new show that gives ninja warrior a more authentic feel to it. Instead of chopping up the broadcast with several short pieces, they do fewer but longer pieces. They also showed the competitors in the proper running order that was shown in the TBS broadcast from 1-100; unlike G4 that shuffle them all around. They actually show the competitors reactions and conversations between the runs, especially the All-Stars and other top competitors. They were going for quality of the broadcast and competitors as oppose to quantity like G4 did. They don't make up profiles and fabricate the commentary, they give direct translations of what the Japanese announcer and narrator are saying. Challenge did keep a lot of the original G4 graphics and segments like the ninja killer and warrior wipeout. The names of the obstacles for the most part are direct English translations, and they didn't clutter the screens with too many graphics. They did use new cool music cues throughout the show (some came from Sasuke), which made ninja warrior more fun to watch. Sasuke 28: Challenge went through the other 95 challengers pretty fast; everything else after was stretched out. Many of the goofball competitors (most of whom only competed once) were taken out to allow more screen time for the top and more consistent competitors. They showed the All-Stars runs, conversations, and speeches as they were present in the TBS broadcast (although subtitles could of been used for the speeches). They showed stages 2 and 3 almost in full. I have to say Challenge did a pretty good job handling the retirement of the All-Stars and spaced out all three stages evenly. This is not bad for Challenge's first crack at doing the editing themselves; before this they just used the already edited version form G4. The intros, music, and transitions were mostly taken right from the TBS broadcast instead of making up their own stuff. Well done Challenge!Sasuke 29: Challenge strangely sped through stage 1 really fast; only spending 1 and a half episodes before moving to stage 2. They left little airtime for non notable competitors and just focused on the top competitors. They didn't show all of the stage 1 clears (not evenly when they were fast forwarding them). Stage 2 was strange as not all of the competitors were shown or mention, and it dragged out too long before moving to stage 3. I'm kind of disappointed that Challenge took a dip after doing the previous tournament so well. They could of in my opinion spend a little more time on stage 1 and a little less on stage 2. To be fair, TBS edited this tournament poorly so we can only blame Challenge so much. Challenge isn't the only ones to have messed up; G4 has had their share of tournaments they did a poor job with as well. Sasuke 30: Challenge, like in the previous tournament, sped through stage 1 really fast; only spending 1 and a half episodes before moving to stage 2. They didn't show much of stage 1 because TBS had digested many top competitors. They move through stage 1 too quickly and didn't show all of the clears. Stage 2 was strange as some competitors that were not shown in stage 1 were shown in stage 2. They quickly went through stages 3 and 4, which had to be shortened for time restraints. I'm shock that Challenge would spend such little time for what's suppose to be an important and exciting tournament. To be fair, G4 has had their share of tournaments where they were rushing as well, so it's not all Challenge's fault. The editing style of the show is good, even if it was poorly edited. Sasuke 31: Challenge is learning from their mistakes and showing more stage 1 action (even showing runs that were digested or cut from the TBS broadcast). They have slowed down by spending half of the time in stage 1 before showing stage 2 and beyond. The editing style is the same as before with less goofballs and more interactions between the top competitors. I will say Challenge has done their homework and is asking TBS for the raw footage of some competitors. However, there is one thing that they did that may sound familiar to what G4 once did. Apparently, there were a handful of Japanese Celebrity competitors on the show (some of which did very well) and Challenge for some odd reason had completely erased them from the broadcast (including those that clear stage 1). So they have made it seem that stage 1 was much harder than what it actual was by changing the clear number from the TBS broadcast. This is no different than what G4 did by erasing the Americans in some tournaments and changing those clear numbers. This is perhaps the only bad thing that Challenge did for this tournament, otherwise they did a nice job overall. Sasuke 32: Challenge is continuing to show more stage 1 action (even some runs that were digested or cut from the TBS broadcast). The format is mostly the same as the last tournament in terms of spacing out the stages. This was the last tournament that the Legendary Makoto Nagano ever competed in. Challenge did a great job of making this clear to the world that he was calling it quits, no joke. They showed his speech in full after his run thanking everyone for their support (although subtitles should of been used for this moment). Challenge is definitely improving from their first go around at editing Sasuke. However, the Japanese Celebrity competitors were all completely erased from the broadcast again. I guess there must be some reason why they aren't showing them, but we will never know unless they give us a reason. Sasuke 33: Challenge didn't spend as much time on this tournament for 2 reasons: first, there wasn't a lot shown from the TBS broadcast, and second, for cutting out the celebrity competitors again (including those that clear stage 1). A couple of episodes were spend on stage 1 before taking a whole episode for stage 2 and another for stage 3. Some old favorites were shown since this tournament marks the 20 year anniversary of Sasuke. They are keeping their editing style, which I think is great considering the spin off shows from other countries have a more serious tone as well. Challenge has got the hang of editing Sasuke into the Ninja Warrior format for its viewers. Sasuke 34: The last and longest tournament Challenge has done so far. 6 episodes in total due to the numerous clears minus the celebrities Challenge had deleted again. About half the episodes were spent on stage 1, a quarter on stage 2, and a quarter on stage 3. This tournament also marked 20 years of Sasuke and included some speculator runs including America's own Jessie Graff who gave an amazing run that you have to see to believe. By deleting the celebrities, Challenge was able to show almost all of the non celebrity content including the interactions between competitors, which is always a treat. This is perhaps one of Challenge's better tournaments they have done and have went out on a high note. Conclusion: To sum it all up, Challenge did a very good job of editing these tournaments considering they didn't have a lot of experience editing shows before. Before this, they just removed the subtitles and dubbed over the original G4 broadcast; now they had to do the editing completely from scratch. They gave the show a more serious tone by mostly showing only the competitors who had a chance of success on the course. They also spaced out all the stages more evenly; G4 sometimes spent too much time on stage 1 and not enough on stages 2 and 3. Challenge has not only meant the world's expectations, they went way beyond the world's expectations by having these episodes be what the G4 edits should of been (a proper English translation of the original Sasuke Broadcast). I applaud Challenge for picking up the slack Comcast/NBC had left behind and continue to work on the ninja warrior legacy for the rest of the world. Challenge definitely did a better job of staying more true to the original Sasuke broadcast than G4 ever did. It's a shame that NBC had to be such a jerk and stop showing the classic ninja warrior altogether; they really left the rest of the world out to dry. Congrats Challenge for giving all of us hope that the classic ninja warrior could be revive (even if the chances are very small).

  • Autumn Woody

    I love you so much and I hope you get all of the apps obstacle course all done 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

  • UncleSiam

    So... I need her donor egg so I can make a super baby.

  • Katherine Flynn

    Soffi dosie should try this!!!

  • Nichole Hall

    I Heart Your TV show

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  • Rainbow nyan Cat Z

    What how can she do it????????

  • Maria Llanos

    Nice one !!!! God girl

  • Makena Lue

    Whereas me eating Pringles on the couch

  • kate nadir


  • Alena Law

    Jeez she’s strong!! Love the costume

  • Cassidy Hernandez

    I think she's wearing Yeezys

  • crystal carrier

    She is the stupid girl boo boo

  • Josie Hirst

    "She can go toe to toe with a guy" oh yeah that's not sexist at all aholes

  • Tanya Iyer

    Jessie is a beast and that proves girls can do anything

  • ammalu blp


  • Julia Korsakova

    Even I wanted to fall!

  • Nova Black

    I want her muscles, but I also want hot wings.

  • Aaliyah Samiya

    Since you beat that I will give you $100

  • Dana Tebishat

    It’s not bad I guess....

  • Crystal White-VanCleemput

    you did good girl you also look pretty good I can’t do that and I’m 19 Yara old

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