During a high-stakes east-west karate tournament, coach Chuck suspects the match is rigged against him. When looking around the other team's locker room gets him shot, he calls in Cal and J, his partners from California. After exercising a little persuasion and a lot of brute force, they discover who's behind it all. Now the only problem is getting back the money Chuck is owed. Written by
Forget the A-team. This is the kick-ass team!
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Did You Know?
The fights that take place during the fictitious martial arts tournament that open the film, were in fact actually real and not staged. Fred Williamson
had organized it so that the fights would look authentic and the winner of each fight got paid five hundred dollars and with the loser getting one hundred dollars. See more
I don't like violence either, Mr. White Boy.
Written by Herb Hetzer
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