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Chickboxin' Underground (1999)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy | Video 4 July 1999
We are about to see, live and with plenty of (some real and some fake) advertisements, an underground championship of girls boxing, or more exactly, catch-weight mixed martial arts ... See full summary »

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Jasi Cotton Lanier ...
Argula (as Roxanne Michaels)
Vicki Cole ...
Scorpion
Tina Manchise ...
Monica Kane
Sara Anderson ...
Sally Rae Harper / Nose Ring Punk Girl
Vanessa German ...
Bloodstain
Daisey Reno ...
Maria No Habla
David A. Levy ...
Janus
Mike Dennis ...
Tim Wannahump
Paul Morris ...
Tex Birmingham
Scott McCormick ...
Rad Nadly
Jeff Menke ...
Stavros the Club
Rita Kaya ...
Irene Feldman
Leslie Culton ...
Toni Barem
Mark Mocahbee ...
Heineilickio
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We are about to see, live and with plenty of (some real and some fake) advertisements, an underground championship of girls boxing, or more exactly, catch-weight mixed martial arts competition. The always vociferous crowd of spectators (even when there's no action) serves as background for the endless and tiresome jokes of The Broadcast Team. It's not clear how many the competitors are, as the video cover mentions 9, but there are only 8 credits, the interviews don't follow a pattern, and the action consists of six matches. The accidental winner is handed a metal and the US$ 500,000 prize cash in a large handbag. That leads to a number of punch-ups, as everyone wants to take the bag from the next girl or guy, until the cops arrive to put an hurried end to the show. Written by Artemis-9

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Action | Comedy

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Assistant to Ms. Scor Ping ... Manfred "Duckman" King See more »

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References Vamps (1995) See more »

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Written by Chris Dunnett and Brian Hurst
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