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"Champ Against Champ" seemed to be a very serious movie at first, but it's got plenty of humor to boot. Dragon Lee plays a martial artist who happens to return from a journey who comes across a ruler who is killing anyone who wants to do him serious harm. All he wants to do is to have a simple life with his bride to be. His fighting skills are beyond compare against anyone until his father is slain and he is later downed with a poison dart that claims his right fighting leg. When the ruler is about to celebrate, he gets a very rude awakening from the Dragon. He may have taken away his fighting leg, but he didn't take away his spirit on the art of fighting. Learning the 18 kicks is amazing, and the villains didn't even stand a chance against him. Everyone who went against him met their demise one kick at a time. I liked the fight scene where the hoop fighter got embarrassed when he got pantsed. What a wimp, and he's chided by the words, "You ought to be ashamed of yourself!" told by the Dragon. Humor a plenty, and a lot of wonder, this movie is a lot of fun, and I even think Jackie Chan could be a part of this movie as well. 2 out of 5 stars!
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