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This article is about a/an special DVD in Juken Sentai Gekiranger.
Juken Sentai Gekiranger: Gyun-Gyun! Fist Sage Great Athletic Meet
A special for Juken Sentai Gekiranger
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Mahou Sentai Magiranger: Revealed! The Gold Grip Phone's Super Magic
Engine Sentai Go-Onger: Seminar dayo! Zenin GO-ON!!

Juken Sentai Gekiranger: Gyun-Gyun! Fist Sage Great Athletic Meet (獣拳戦隊ゲキレンジャーギュンギュン!拳聖大運動会 Jūken Sentai Gekirenjā Gyun-Gyun! Kensei Daiundōkai?) is a DVD special of Juken Sentai Gekiranger given out with the December issue of Terebi Magazine.


After their latest win, the three Gekirangers find the Kensei stretching for their annual Kensei Great Athletic Meet. Jan, wanting to win the gold medal and a year's supply of Terebi magazines, joins the Red Team (Sharkie, Bat, Elehung) to go against the White Team (Sha-Fu and the Master Triangle). With Retsu as judge and Ran as moderator, the contest starts with the dunking match, as clips of the training results of Bat Li, Elehung, and Sharkie are shown, ending with the white Team winning by default. In the second match, a horse-riding match, the White Team had the advantage due to the Master Triangle's teamwork, with clips of their training results shown. But due to the banana Gorie dropped prior to the match starting, the Red Team wins. In the tie breaker, a one-on-one Sumo match between Gorie and Sharkie. But neither refuse to lose, using the Double-Double Clone Fist to take their fight outside SCRTC. Sharkie's attacks have no effect until he managed to use Gorie's strength to make the win for the red team. Despite the White Team's losing, Sha-Fu steals the magazines, with the red team and the Gekirangers in pursuit. After Sha-Fu is disciplined, seeing he needs more training himself, the DVD ends with a clip show of the series from Lessons 1 to 35.


  • The Terebi-kun magazines being advertised for the winner have various other Toei franchises on its cover, including currently airing series Kamen Rider Den-OIcon-crosswiki and Yes! Pretty Cure 5.
  • Gorrie Yen's line when he prepares for the sumo match is similar to the main catch-phrase of Kamen Rider ZeronosIcon-crosswiki

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