Watch Jurassic Fight Club

Add to Watchlist

In this animated series, CGI dinosaurs fight against each other to see which of the ancient reptiles would come out on top in a head-to-head battle. The series is hosted by George Blasing, who has no formal training as a paleontologist but who has a vivid imagination. The series aired for a single on the History network in 2008.

Jurassic Fight Club is a Nature, Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on July 29, 2008. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.9.

Jurassic Fight Club is available for streaming on the History website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Jurassic Fight Club on demand at History, Pluto TV Philo, Amazon, iTunes, History, Pluto TV online.

1 Season, 12 Episodes
July 29, 2008
Nature, Documentary & Biography
Cast: Steve Alten
Watch Episodes

Jurassic Fight Club Full Episode Guide

  • Bear witness to the final days of dinosaurs on Earth.

  • A site in South Dakota unearthed evidence that there was a battle between a Edmontosaurus, a Dromaeosaurus and a T-Rex.

  • A site is explored in northwest Canada where an excavation was conducted back in 1986 which revealed a herd of Pachyrhinosaurus and Albertosaurus had been massacred.

  • An exploration of pair of huge North American predatory mammals, which includes a 750-pound ancestor of the lion. Their remains were found in Wyoming.

  • Gastonia versus Utahraptor.

  • Utahraptor and Tyrannosaurus Rex are examined.

  • Megalodon versus Brygmophyseter.

  • A search in a Colorado quarry where the bones are found for four different dinosaurs. The Paleontologists reconstruct the battle after examining the pairs of herbivore and carnivore bones.

  • Allosaurus versus Ceratosaurus.

  • Deinonychus versus Tenontosaurus.

  • Majungatholus versus Majungatholus.One of the most terrifying predators of its age, the Majungatholus may have also been one of the first cannibalistic dinosaurs. Experts recreate a scenario where a male Majungatholus goes in search of a mate, only to found a female who was more interested in protecting her young than mating.