I would totally watch this. The Power Rangers would meet their adversary, and say "eh, you mind not doing that please?" then totally wail on them with hockey sticks, after which they'd drive them to the hospital for free medical care and a Molson. In the Summer, they'd vacation in Old Orchard Beach, and pretend they don't speak English.
Here are a few of my thoughts on the whole issue with Eastern Ukraine:
Based upon some rather mundane reports from The Moscow Times, one could conclude that Putin is looking to shore-up his ICBM defenses (because you just KNOW they're the only thing keeping "us" from invdaing, and not because they don't really have anything we want anyway). Or at the very least, to try and find a reason to appropriate (verb) a highly successful, profitable, and strategically important asset.
Keep in mind that the Ukraine gave-away its nuclear arsenal after Russia agreed to not invade, and you have to wonder if the Russians are concerned about the Ukrainians recreating their nuclear deterrent.
"Russia's dependence on Ukrainian defense imports is a by-product of the collapse of the former Soviet Union. When the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic became an independent state in 1991, Kiev found itself in possession of vital Soviet-era defense industry assets such as the Yuzhmash factory in Eastern Ukraine, which produces space rockets, satellites and missiles along with machinery for civilian uses."
The Dnepr LV is intended for timely high-accurate injection of a single spacecraft (SC) or a group of various SCs with total mass of up to 3.7 t into the near-Earth orbits of 300-900 km altitude and 50.5°, 64.5°, 87.3°and 98° inclination.
It is created on the basis of the most powerful in the world ICBM RS-20 (SS-18 Satana) having high power capability and reliability confirmed by 160 launches (including 8 launches under the Dnepr program).
So how come no one is talking about the probability that the so-called "Humanitarian" supply convoys that were nearly empty, were in reality a looting attempt by the Russians whose military has been squeezed by supply chain shortages following the annexation of Crimea?