Boyka is back. This time he is fighting in the first ever inter-prison tournament with one knee
Man, how have I never reviewed this one? The amazing Scott Adkins returns as Boyka. As you may recall In Undisputed II He got his knee destroyed. Because of that he is not fighting in prison. Hard to do that with a smashed knee. So what does he do? He kicks mattresses, and lifts buckets of dirty water with his bad leg. That leads him to being recovered. He enters the prisons ring and beats the crap out of there champion. By doing this he earns himself a spot in a large underground fighting tournament. Winner gets there freedom.
Well that’s the film, not in a nutshell, but as a whole. Adkins is possibly the perfect specimen when it comes to action stars. Built, agile, and can really fight. The moves he can pull off are amazing, and defiantly not being done by anyone here in the US. The fight scenes are amazing, and that’s the sell point of these films. This actually rivals Bloodsport when it comes to tournament fight scenes, and in the final fight blows it away.
If you dig action look no further. This film will not disappoint.
Overall 3 out of 5 stars.