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No Rules (2005)

R | | Action, Sport
This action film follows the triumphs of a small town mixed martial artist whose good hearted actions, desire to be an MMA champion and the haunting visions of his parent's double murder ... See full summary »

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Mason
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Bruce Cudd
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1978 Fighter
Frank Shamrock ...
Damien
Philip Tan ...
Hino
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Rudy
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Herself
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Regina Clark ...
Heather
David Dunn ...
Kurt Diamond
Strahil Goodman ...
Dean
Nicholas Hill ...
Brahm
Randy Jones ...
Bhoda
Kathy Pacino ...
Nurse
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This action film follows the triumphs of a small town mixed martial artist whose good hearted actions, desire to be an MMA champion and the haunting visions of his parent's double murder lead him to a Cagefighting showdown; where he is forced to face his fears, defend his family name, fathers honor, and in the end risk his own life in the cage. Written by MMAFighter420

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When you know your destiny there can be NO RULES

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Action | Sport

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A Long Lost Iconic Cagefight Film
5 February 2010 | by (California) – See all my reviews

This movie is amazing! I heard through the grapevine it was improperly released so unfortunately it cannot be enjoyed in the United States. One day the world will get to see many of the most famous fighters of today in their film debut, look at that cast list..to name a few Dan Henderson, Keith "the Dean of Mean" Jardine, Don Frye, Frank Shamrock, Philip Tan and even Randy Couture. It also has Tom Sizemore, Gary Busey & Pam Anderson. This film was ahead of its time in terms of the UFC & the fight world. Somebody Please, as in film distributors..pick up this film so I can get it and show my friends! It started the trend of using real fighters in starring roles. It truly is a long lost iconic film that will be a fight classic for years to come.


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