Kyle Dunbar was kicked out of the Season 4 “Ink Master” competition after trying to fight judge Chris Nunez. Photo: Spike It was the night “Ink Master” fans were waiting for – the highly anticipated Kyle Dunbar vs. Chris Nunez fight.
Presented in front of a live audience, broadcast live on the parent network, Ink Master Live combines all aspects of tattooing to present the best artist this season. The remaining artists Scott, Matti and Sausage gave it their all for a chance to become Ink Master. During this episode, the judges announced a new format for Season 5.
Ink Master (season 4) The fourth season of the tattoo reality competition Ink Master premiered on Spike on February 25 and concluded on May 20, 2014 with a total of 13 episodes.
Ink Master is a reality TV show on SPIKE. It premiered in 2012, and it features competitions where tattoo artists attempt a variety of challenges and are judged on their efforts. The show runs for a season, with contestants eliminated each week. The winner is awarded $100,000 and the Ink Master title.
Where is Bubba Irwin?
Bubba Irwin is a tattoo artist who was featured in season four of Ink Master . He owns his own shop, Old Town, in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Bubba takes deep pride in the fact that he is a 100% self-taught tattoo artist. Everything he knows about the industry he’s learned through trial, error and practice, making him the confident artist that he is. Competitive and determined by nature, Bubba attributes much of his business success to the work ethic instilled in him by his father while growing up. His ambitious nature is clearly evident in his quick rise from doing tattoos out of his home for friends and family to opening up his own shop where he specializes in realism and portraits.
When will Ink Master be cancelled?
When the news dropped that Paramount Network canceled the long-running reality competition show Ink Master in late 2020, fans were surprised to say the least.
Ink Master was a casualty of Paramount Network’s rebrand. Paramount Network. While there were multiple reasons that Ink Master never got a 14th season, the most important may have been related to Paramount Network’s evolving brand identity. While Ink Master didn’t ever technically move networks, the network it was on changed hands more than once.
In other words, Ink Master was a good fit for Spike. Not so much on Paramount.