The Moscow public relations manager, who is married with two children, says he does not care that UEFA has threatened to throw Russia, hosts of the World Cup in 2018, out of Euro 2016 if there is a repeat of Saturday's violence.Lebedev also claimed in a separate interview with tabloid website that Russians were provoked by England supporters and suggested Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko would have enjoyed joining in the clashes.The series was created by Michael Geddes and Christopher Geddes of Lone Eagle Entertainment in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, who are the producers of two other game shows, Game On and Inside the Box.The show was taped at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto. In the first round, "Piece of Ass", the three contestants are shown a category.Host Stewart Francis says the show's tagline, "Hit me," and the contestant must answer a question for 100 points.The contestant in the left podium begins the round.As of June 25, 2007, the Comedy Network dropped You Bet Your Ass from its weekday lineup, replacing it with reruns of This Hour Has 22 Minutes.
Dozens of hardline Russian hooligans known as Ultras – including one gangster called Vasily (pictured) – are thought to have been behind the violence in Marseille.
Vasily wears a gum shield branded with nickname 'killer'They were backed up by the Football Supporters Federation who issued a strongly worded condemnation of the Russian fans who attacked fans in the stadium provoking panic among men, women and children who had come to watch the match.
You Bet Your Ass was a Canadian game show that aired on The Comedy Network.
It followed a blackjack and casino motif, with contestants answering questions on popular culture to earn points.
The contestant with the most points at the end of the show was the winner.
Hosted by Canadian comedian Stewart Francis and his co-host, Sitara Hewitt, the show premiered in 2005.