Scott Sterling Would Love This Insane Volleyball Variation - Prepare for Everlasting Pain!

Harper Quill

Updated Monday, April 1, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

If you thought regular volleyball was intense, wait until you see this mind-blowing variation that has taken the internet by storm! In a video titled "Philippines Dayon-dayon. Or 'one hit volleyball'", a group of players showcase their incredible skills in a game that can only be described as volleyball for very angry people.

One user commented, "I hit a volleyball like that once, and all my knuckles went clackitty clack and I said 'nope, never doing that again!'" It's clear that this game is not for the faint of heart. The level of power and precision displayed by these players is simply jaw-dropping.

As a not very avid volleyball player pointed out, the ball used in this variation seems to be different from the standard volleyball. Additionally, the court is much longer, and the net is significantly lower. All those powerful hits would definitely be out of bounds in a traditional volleyball game. But hey, rules are meant to be broken, right?

Some have likened this game to "no bounce racquet-less tennis with a bigger ball and extra players." Others have referred to it as "tennising" in the volleyball world. Whatever you want to call it, it's undeniably fascinating to see a game made out of such unconventional rules.

Of course, with great power comes great responsibility, or in this case, the risk of everlasting pain. One comment accurately described the game as looking like "everlasting pain." The sheer force behind each hit is enough to make anyone's palms sweat.

Fans of the legendary Scott Sterling would undoubtedly appreciate this intense variation. Known as "The Man, The Myth, The Legend," Scott Sterling became an internet sensation for his incredible volleyball skills and ability to withstand powerful hits. It's safe to say that he would feel right at home in this game.

Some viewers have even compared this variation to a game of 6-player analog pong. The coordination and communication between the players are truly impressive. It's clear that they trust each other implicitly and have developed an incredible level of teamwork.

One user wondered if they were using a football due to the ball's oblong shape. While it may look like a football, rest assured, it is indeed a volleyball. The players have mastered the art of controlling and maneuvering this unique ball with utmost precision.

This game takes volleyball to a whole new level. It's one step up from jungle ball, a game known for its chaotic and unpredictable nature. The strategic plays and powerful hits in this variation are awe-inspiring.

Watching the ball being hit in this game may remind some of the old NES dodgeball game's super attacks. The players send absolute bombs flying through the air, leaving their opponents scrambling to defend.

With every point turning into a war of attrition, it's no wonder some viewers believe this game is better than the Olympic games themselves. The level of skill and dedication showcased by these players is truly remarkable.

So, if you're looking to take your "Keepy Uppy" gaming to the next level, this insane volleyball variation is the perfect inspiration. Just be prepared for a game filled with everlasting pain, power-packed hits, and the kind of teamwork that will leave you in awe. Brace yourself for an unforgettable experience that will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish!

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I hit a volleyball like that once, and all my knuckles went clackitty clack and I said "nope, never doing that again!"


As a not very avid volleyball player I'm guessing that ball is different from ours. Also that court is much longer (and the net much lower). All those hits would be out of bounds ...I'm not trying to complain; just compare.


Looks like volleyball for very angry people.


This is also called "no bounce racquet-less tennis with a bigger ball and extra players".


In volleyball we call that tennising. Interesting to see a game made out of it though! Maybe use a tool to protect the wrists, though? Something with a handle...


That looks like everlasting pain.


Scott "The Man, The Myth, The Legend" Sterling would love this.


Dudes playing 6 player analog pong, wicked


One step up from jungle ball.


Watching the ball get hit reminded me of the old NES dodgeball game's super attacks

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