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Undefeated (2003)

A boxer must navigate a path between his newfound fame and his former life.

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Loco
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Chewey
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Franky (as Juan Carlos Hernandez)
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Victor
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Old man
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Mommy (as Guillermo Diaz)
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Mack
Arthur Mercante ...
Referee / Amazura
Mark Schulte ...
Boxing Announcer
Arnie Rosenthal ...
Boxing Announcer (as Arnie 'Tokyo' Rosenthal)
Randy Gordon ...
Boxing Announcer
Psycho Les ...
The Beatnuts
Juju Gigante ...
The Beatnuts
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Lex 'El Animal' Vargas is a promising Portorican boxer in Queens, but lacks ambition to aim for the big career. That changes after his brother Paulie is accidentally shot dead by a teenager in an amateur hold-up on their late dad's shop, which he now closes to turn professional boxer. His star rises fast, but success brings its own problems, as he he lacks experience to handle professionals and resist the abuse they and his ghetto past entourage make of his generous nature. (...) Written by KGF Vissers

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A winner always knows where he 's going. A champion never forgets where he's from. See more »

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Drama | Sport

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26 July 2003 (USA)  »

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Infamous  »

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Vanessa Ferlito and Robert Forster have both appeared in separate Tarantino movies - Ferlito in Death Proof, and Forster in Jackie Brown. See more »

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Great Movie for real boxing fans
3 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I never really liked John L. I hadn't seen him in many serious roles at the time. I didn't expect much but was very surprised.

If you have ever done any boxing yourself or honestly know the sport I think you'll enjoy this film. It was a little different from the average "ROCKY" boxing films we've gown to love. Much more raw and the fight scenes are REALISTIC which you won't find in the ROCKY films. The Rocky film's had heart but this film seem's to have testicles. Possibley John's best performance to date. It was just a boxer's story up to a point. He won't steal your heart but you will get an inside look at the sport. The best sport in the world get's over looked too often but John seemed to get it. Maybe you can too?

Check this one out!


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