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Wrestling with The Champ

Race to Edinburgh - Part Two

Season 6, Ep. 2

How far will the boys go in the quest to cross the finish line first? Strap in for part two of Race to Edinburgh, as the Ginger Ninja and Damo head to Scotland to perform their new show, Chortle Combat, live at #EdFringe!

Additional music: Toward the Mountains by Gioele Fazzeri, Money by Soul Prod Music, Tense Detective by Good B Music, Waltz to Paris by Abidos Music, Fury of Perun by White Records, and BGM Fight by Chen 24.

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