6 TV Personalities Who Would Survive ‘The Walking Dead’

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:45 am,

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“The Weaponizer” – Richard “Mack” Machowicz (Future Weapons)

After spending 10 years as a U.S. Navy SEAL, Richard “Mack” Machowicz took on the task of showing television audiences some of the world’s latest and greatest weaponry and military technology in Future Weapons.

From the infamous corner-shot, the electromagnetic rail gun to the most important Zombie defense weapon ever created, the automatic shotgun, Machowicz has prided himself being trained in not just some weapons, but all weapons. That means, if you sat down and created a weapon today, Machowicz would be able to use it… perfectly.

On top of that, Machowicz is also a trained Naval Special Warfare scout/sniper and a certified instructor in the Naval Special Warfare combat fighting instructor course. What if the zombies know Muay Thai and want to get all MMA, you ask? No need to worry. Not only is Machowicz trained in Muay Thai, but also Jeet Kune Do, kickboxing, Aikido, Jujutsu, Savate, Arnie and, oh yeah, Karate.

What does this mean? Not only could Machowicz take down a zombie-laden Ralph Macchio, but he could do so with any weapon… or bare-handed. Well, perhaps not bare-handed. I’m sure Josh Gates would remind Machowicz that you don’t really want your skin exposed to these undead monstrosities.

For these reasons amazing accomplishments, Richard Machowicz is most definitely “The Weaponizer.”

Richard Machowicz will host the third season of Deadliest Warriors, on Spike TV.


Although, with the world in shambles and weapons no longer readily available, our zombie all-star team might need someone who could make weapons. Not only that, but they may need someone who can create almost anything out of nothing. What they need is “The Inventor.”

Continue to find out who “The Inventor” is…

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  1. Why would you need a team of 6 people? Billy the Exterminator would take care of that pesky zombie problem single-handed. (Okay, maybe with a little help from his brother Ricky or his dad Bill.) If Billy finds that he likes killing zombies as much as he likes killing wasps, zombies won’t be safe anywhere!

  2. 1. Spartacus (seriously… spartacus) – the warrior

    2. Ben from lost – the cunning sophisticated dude

    3. Sam winchester (you said no dean)

    4. walker texas ranger

  3. If this ever became a show I would so watch it. I like how people are presenting characters instead of real people. Just because they play a bad ass in film doesn’t mean I want them protecting me from zombies.

    Although I do agree on The Mythbusters. Not as a replacement just back-ups.

    • I kind of thought picking fictional characters was against the rule anyway. And yet some keep doing it.

  4. I think I’d have to have one of the teams from Amerian Loggers or Swamp Loggers as the Secret Weapon. They’re already experts with chainsaws!!

  5. I vote for dee snider!!! Strangeland!!! zombies would be totally screwed

  6. Whabout Mantracker?

    • ugh YES! lose the american friggin pickers and bring in the badass cowboy who can spot a broken twig from 26 miles away at a full gallop on horseback

    • ugh YES! lose the american pickers and bring in the awesome cowboy who can spot a broken twig from 26 miles away at a full gallop on horseback

  7. What would your list look like for fictional TV characters?

  8. Where’s Ronda Rousey, or Chael Sonnen, or Brian Stann and Tim Kennedy? All four of them would do just fine. Lol.