Have any of you been watching Top Shot on the History Channel? History Channel has been getting a lot more popular lately with its revamped programs that also include the popular Pawn Stars. I guess people could only take so much of the war reenactments on that network. Top Shot was recommended to me recently and I just caught up on the episodes. The show consists of 16 contestants, split into two teams of eight, competing in various types of shooting challenges. One by one, the contestants are eliminated until only one remains. That contestant will receive the $100,000 grand prize and the title of “Top Shot.” What came as a surprise to me was the show’s Filipino contestant, Simon “J.J.” Racaza, Department of Homeland Security Agent, double grandmaster in the USPSA/IPSC, winning the World Speed Shooting title in both the open and limited divisions. He is also the world record holder in the Steel Challenge and consistently ranked in the USPSA top five. Racaza won the first three challenges and was saved in the most recent episode that aired this past Sunday. As you can see from the preview, J.J. Racaza is a badass and makes it more enjoyable to watch a Filipino dominating in something other than boxing or break dancing. You can view full episodes on The History Channel or on Hulu.